‘A’ Marks the Spot


A&A Village Treasures

By Rachel Kimmel

Shoppers visiting A&A Village Treasures are treated to three different shop experiences all in one location.  

In the main area, visitors can find an array of gifts like candles, beard oil, crazy socks, and pop-out cards. Then there’s the pantry, filled with hot sauces, jellies, teas, coffee, and other gourmet foods selected from across the country. Finally, the boutique, found at the back of the shop, has exclusive designer clothing and accessories.  

“We are known for the perfect gift every time,” says owner Amado Mesa, who co-owns the store with his partner, Anthony Kylor. 

Since their arrival to Gettysburg nearly 10 years ago, Mesa and Kylor have been locally recognized for best customer service as well as best gift shop by the readers of Celebrate Gettysburg magazine. They are always ready to offer a warm greeting to their customers, whether it is someone visiting for the first time or a regular patron. 

A&A Village Treasures participates in the monthly First Friday event in Gettysburg and offers special events and discounts.

A&A Village Treasures is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily except Tuesdays.  

A&A Village treasures 

53 Chambersburg St., Gettysburg



Facebook @aavillagetreasures


About Author

Rachel Kimmel

Rachel Kimmel is an editorial intern with Celebrate Gettysburg. Even though the 2020/2021 timeframe hasn’t been a typical internship, she has adapted wonderfully. From Fort Loudon, Pennsylvania, she is currently a student at St. Bonaventure University. When she is not writing for CG, you can find her breaking records and winning medals in the breaststroke. Rachel also enjoys reading historical fiction and laughing too much with friends.

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