Oldest Bead & Mic-O-Say Store in the Greater Kansas City Area!   Since 1978

To contact us:



11022 Winner Rd

Englewood Station Arts District

Independence, MO 64052

Phone 816-252-5622

Business Hours:

Monday through Saturday

12:00 Noon to 6:00 PM

3rd Friday each month

12:00 Noon to 9:00 PM

Mic—O—Say Regalia

Available year round!


Located in the

Englewood Station Arts District

Beads, Beads, Beads!!!!!


We are Located in the

Englewood Station Arts District

and a Proud Member of the EBA

5th  Anniversary of the3rd Friday Art Walk,  September 19, 5:30 — 9  pm

and the Gypsy Caravan

Friday as well, and Saturday, September 20

Here’s what is going on at Englewood Station!

     It’s going to be a great weekend!  Three Trails will be open late, Friday, September 19 for the 5th Anniversary of the 3rd Friday Art Walks plus Gypsy Caravan.  Besides the Mic-O-Say Dancers we will have artists performing “Art in Motion”.  Pottery maker Martin Mueller will have his wheel on the sidewalk spinning some great vessels. Marble maker John Webb, will be set up in the front window, demonstrating his techniques, Native American Cherokee artist Terry Whetstone will be playing his flute inside the shop. Sylvia Tanner, bead weaver, will be whipping something up as always, we will also be displaying handmade work, featuring our Native American Artist, Hopi/Zuni, Patricia Baxter Shebola, Muscalero/Apachee, Wil Platta, Chorkee, Terry Whetstone.  Other artists JoAnn Barker, Bruce Braden, Vira Dobbins, Scott Englemann, Eric Glenn, Roger Grahl, Lisa Knappenberger, Deb Park, Kara Paris, Sue Reeder, Denise Solary, Sylvia Tanner, Cheryl Turlin, Bill & Tim Wehner, and John Webb.

Here is what else is going on at Englewood Station:

There are over 50 artists that are a part of the district every day, plus we will have more artists with the Caravan that are antique dealers, crafts, fresh produce (heirloom tomatoes), yard art, jewelry, and a flea market, where you'll find all sorts of trinkets and treasures, There will be food, music, and more. Please come and join us!  It will be great fun! 


Business participating in the Englewood Station Art Walk:

   B - Vogue Salon & Art Gallery or!/pages/B-Vogue-Salon-Art- 


    Changing Seasons Cottage Gardens or


   Dee Cee’s Art Gallery and Home Sweet Home Bakery & Cafe or!/hshbakery?


   Green Dog Art Gallery or!/pages/The-GreenDog-Gallery/


   La Plaza Restaurant - Authentic Mexican

   Massage Therapy and Art Gallery  


   The Mechanical Monkey, (a steampunk gallery) 


   Mugs Up Diner!/pages/Mugs-Up-    


   Puppetry Arts Institute  or

   The Backroom Gallery and Codie’s Café


   The Standard Antiques


   Three Trails Trading Post or https://!/pages/Three-Trails-TradingPost/15494630


   Vivilore or!/pages/Vivilore/



Saturday, September 20 and Sunday, September 21 we will be having a beginning glass bead making workshop at Three Trails as well. Busy Weekend!


     Three Trails Trading Post is your Full-Service Bead Store.  We carry thousands of types of beads; alphabet, Bali, bone, brass, bugle, ceramic, copper, coupes, furnace glass, glass, horn, lampworked, metal, plastic, seed, semi–precious, sterling silver, stone, trade, and wooden beads.  You will also find supplies for your jewelry making needs; a variety of books, bead reamers, crimps, components, closures, findings, lamps, looms, needles, pin vises, pliers, stringing material, tools, wire, and wire cutters.  Anything you might need to make or build your own creations!  If you are not the “make your own” jewelry type, we have plenty of finished jewelry to choose from; arm bands, belts, belt buckles, bracelets, beaded jewelry, chokers, crosses, earrings, gorgets, headbands, key chains, medicine bags, Mic-O-Say Claws, money clips, pewter charms, rings for both men & women, sterling silver chains, sterling silver charms, trade silver, and  many hand made one of a kind jewelry pieces.  We also carry Native American and many other items; aprons, arm bands, a variety of books, breech cloths, chokers, dance bells, dream catchers, drums, flat cedar, flutes, fossils, fur, gift certificates, head bands, Indian music, leather, leather punches, leggings, Mic-O-Say claws, Mic-O-Say regalia, pictures, possibles bags, powder horns, purses, rattles, ribbon dresses, ribbon shirts, rosettes, runner bells, sage, sashes, spheres, sweet grass, tom-tom beaters, trade cloth, walking sticks, and many more unique gift items!  

     We offer a variety of types of jewelry making classes.  We carry all of your Order of the Arrow and all of your Mic-O-Say Attire and we offer Den, Pack, and Troop specials on classes and workshops for a group of 4 or more boys.  Have a den meeting here!  Let us handle the plans and the clean up.  We have a variety of programs to help with your achievements and electives.  Tiger Scouts, come for a Go See It!  You can bring the treats or we will provide them for an additional fee.  We will also have special store hours of an evening for a group of 4 or more purchasing their Mic-O-Say Attire.  We have been serving our customers for over 30 years and look forward to helping you!

   We offer a variety of jewelry making classes; to teach beading, Lampwork (bead making), Marble Making, and jewelry making classes for those interested in learning to make their own!  We offer day, evening, and weekend classes, kids’ classes, parties for ladies’ nights out, and kid’s birthdays! Call and set up a party today!



Check out our

Jewelry Making

and Beading Classes!

We also offer Free classes for Mic-O-Say, by appointment Looming and Rosette beading.  You must purchase your supplies for each class.

We have a native Hopi/Zuni American artist, Patricia Baxter-Shebola, she has hand made and painted clay, she also has dream catchers and beadwork.

Come in and see Patricia Baxter-Shebola, Hopi/Zuni, Native American Artist items, beautiful & affordable!

Looking for Wedding Jewelry?

Check out our Newsletter “Englewood Station Express”!newsletter/c23xx

The White Shield Mic-O-Say Dancers from Camp Geiger will be here dancing!

Special Guests of Three Trails