When I found the place, I found that there was no parking stall for me. I had to drive further along and park on the street. They have about only 3-4 parking stalls behind the building and they share the stalls with a doctor in the adjoining building.
Once I got inside, I found it to be only 1 room big however they had so many different crystals, beads, books on beading, hooks, lanyards and so much more. What was even more interesting is that they had a class going on to teach how to bead. I asked about it and it is actually free to learn. You just buy the instructions that they have and the beads you need and you can sit there following the instructions. If you get stuck, there are no worries as the sales clerks watch and help anyone who needs or asks for it. It makes for a delightful afternoon project. There were hundreds of beads and the prices were really excellent compared to some of the bigger retailers that sell beads.
So although parking was almost impossible, once you get there, the pleasant employees and the huge variety of beads will have you coming back often. Not just admire the beads but also to learn to create more cute trinkets taught to you by the awesome sales clerks.