If you're looking for an unusual arts/crafts item, I would call ahead because it's a small shop and the chances of them having it are not super-high. It's not a Pearl Art mega-house of art supplies. But it's got your standard stuff - poster board, matte board, a decent paper selection, and miscellaneous tools of the crafts (pencils, etc). They're quite nice - I once just needed a 5x7 piece board and they gave me a small scrap; other times, I've looked through their "scrap" section and found matte board with useable sections up to 14x14 and only been charged pocket change for them. It's also nice to browse, as they usually have some obscure but fun items to look through.
I feel a bit sad when I go in at times, because it's almost always empty and I can only imagine they're desperate for business. But after an initial offer of help from behind the counter, they'll usually leave you alone unless spoken to. I believe they also do a framing business, tied to the adjacent storefront. Perhaps that keeps them going. But it's nice to have a selection - albeit a small one - of art supplies available locally.