Voted Best Toy Store in 2014 and 2015 by Northern Kentucky Magazine, Stoney’s Village Toy Shoppe is located in a 120-year-old house with a purple porch, multi-colored glitter floors, and a magical secret garden courtyard.
Stoney’s is an independent toy store that strives to supply unique toys that provides a playtime experience that is educational, creative and interactive. The store sells feature products from leading independent toy brands like Melissa & Doug, North American Bear, Eeboo, Goldieblox, the Lammily Doll, and Woombie.
And when you visit our Toy Shoppe be sure to stop by and stop by and see all of the other shops, restaurants, and events that MainStrasse Village has to offer.
Stoney’s Village Toy Shoppe of Northern Kentucky is also the perfect place to hold a party for all occasions. Sandi Stonebraker teams up with Cindy's Party Wishes to feature parties for birthdays, baby showers, bridal showers, and more within mystical confines of Stoney's Secret Garden Patio. And you can choose between themes like Pirate, Carnival Games, Sand Art, Balloon Bouquet, and more.
Kids can also enjoy the personalized custom fairytale paintings that proprietor Stoney creates and signs. She also wrote an inspirational childrens book called On Being A REAL Princess, Secrets of the Happy Heart Princess. It tells the story of 16 real princesses from around the globe, and offers up affirmations on life that children can follow and gain motivation from. The book also includes interactive journaling activities dealing with values, self-esteem and decision making.
The Rockin Rainbow Girls of Sixth District Elementary School
One of the most meaningful things for the owner of Stoney's is to volunteer her time teaching ukulele to 3rd and 4th grade girls at Sixth District. The Rockin Rainbow Girls are learning so much more than how to play the ukulele as they work together to become proud, successful and strong girls who work together as a team. They have performed at various events around the area . Check out their facebook page at Rockin Rainbow Girls of Sixth District Elementary.