COVID-19 Response

To our KC Family:

The KC Stores are known by many of our customers as “their happy place”.  We consider our customers to be our extended family.

Our goal has always been to provide a welcoming environment with dedicated personalized service and an ever-changing selection of merchandise.  We remain committed to that goal.

As we face the daily uncertainty of COVID-19, we are equally committed to ensuring that our customers know we are “All in this together”.  Our management team has implemented measures to keep our teams and customers safe in each of our three stores which includes greatly enhanced cleaning and disinfecting protocols. The KC Team will continue to abide by the protocols of the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and mandates from the state and federal government. For more information related to Virginia Governor Northam's order effective at 11:59 PM on Tuesday, March 24, 2020 and to remain in place until 11:59 PM on Thursday, April 23, 2020, please see below*.

We remain open our normal hours to serve you and invite you to visit as you feel comfortable doing so.  Until then, please know that you are in our thoughts and we are grateful to have you as part of our family. (Our normal hours are closed on Tuesdays and Wednesdays; open other days 9 am - 5 pm except Sunday Noon - 5 pm.)

With kind regards,


Kristel L. Clark


KC Collections

KC Collections II

KC Home Textiles


*Governor Northam's order as it relates to brick and mortar retail businesses that are non-essential--See highlighted section below.  The KC Stores will adhere to a limit of 10 individuals per establishment at one time (excluding employees) as well as the other requirements noted.

Retail Businesses

The following retail businesses are considered essential and may remain open during normal business hours:

  • Grocery stores, pharmacies, and other retailers that sell food and beverage products or pharmacy products, including dollar stores, and department stores with grocery or pharmacy operations;
  • Medical, laboratory, and vision supply retailers;
  • Electronic retailers that sell or service cell phones, computers, tablets, and other communications technology;
  • Automotive parts, accessories, and tire retailers as well as automotive repair facilities;
  • Home improvement, hardware, building material, and building supply retailers;
  • Lawn and garden equipment retailers;
  • Beer, wine, and liquor stores;
  • Retail functions of gas stations and convenience stores;
  • Retail located within healthcare facilities;
  • Banks and other financial institutions with retail functions;
  • Pet stores and feed stores;
  • Printing and office supply stores; and
  • Laundromats and dry cleaners.

All essential retail establishments must, to the extent possible, adhere to social distancing recommendations, enhanced sanitizing practices on common surfaces, and other appropriate workplace guidance from state and federal authorities. 

Any brick-and-mortar retail business not listed above must limit all in-person shopping to no more than 10 patrons per establishment, adhere to social distancing recommendations, sanitize common surfaces, and apply relevant workplace guidance from state and federal authorities. If any such business cannot adhere to the 10-patron limit with proper social distancing requirements, it must close.

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Full article from Governor Northam: