Historic District of Madison Indiana
Shops In Walking Distance


All
Good Things

318 W. Main Street
Madison Indiana 47250
(812) 801-4700

Homemade
all Natural Soap

Tues-Thurs
11-5:30pm
Fri-Sat
10-6pm
Sun
1-4pm

Offering Aroma-Therapeutic
Natural Soap and Body Care,
Natural Candles and ways to make
Natural Foods at home easier.
Custom gift boxes and buckets for
all occasions, all with
Earth Friendly packaging.

Earth friendly gift shop,
where the best gift is for yourself!

Good things,
for Good People!

All Good Things homemade all natural soap products, picture of street view store front, at 318 West Main Street, Madison Historic District Indiana 47250. Picture includes ornate wood street bench, outdoor flower arragements along side walk.  

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All Good Things homemade all natural soap products, picture of owner operator at front desk, at 318 West Main Street, Madison Historic District Indiana 47250. Picture includes view of display inventory along a wall and post card stand.

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Body Care

 

 

All Good Things homemade all natural soap products, picture of display table and shelves in store, at 318 West Main Street, Madison Historic District Indiana 47250.

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Sometimes people think the Madison Historic District, also known as Historic Madison, is located in Milton Kentucky, but we are actually located just one mile north in Downtown Madison Indiana, across the Harrison Bridge on the north side of the Ohio River.

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The shop is actually owned by All Good Things, LLC (limited liability corporation).


"The Folkner’s, Sonia and Larry Folkner, have lived in Canaan, which is just up the road from Madison, for almost 20 years, where in addition to making soap, they raise grass fed Angus cattle. If soap’s not particularly your thing, you can also buy some of their beef at the store or at the farmer’s market in Madison on Saturday’s. Their hamburgers were a hit at our local dinner for Foodstock a few weeks ago, and are also chemical-free. Soon, they’ll be expanding into Longhorn cattle, as well, if you’re into a rangier, lower cholesterol option (source)."

For more information, call Sonia Folkner at (812) 871-2844 or Pat Polley at (812) 273-0766 (source)."

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Child peeking over table