Hobby Lobby

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Location Phone
900 Holt Road, Webster, NY 14580 [Directions] 585 872 7570
811 Jefferson Road, Henrietta, NY 14623 585 272 0181
10 Cobblestone Court Drive, Victor, NY 14564 585 223 0251
1960 West Ridge Road, Greece, NY 14626 585 227 1760
Hours (as of September 2020)
Monday - Saturday: 9:00AM to 8:00PM
Wheelchair Accessible

Hobby Lobbyis a national chain store supplying craft, hobby, framing, art supplies, and home decor; store is located in the Wegmans Plaza - Holt Road in Webster. The store (400th opened and first in NY) held its grand opening on September 8th, 2008 in the space left vacant when the Chase-Pitkin hardware stores were closed down by Wegmans. With 50,000sq. ft. of space, the store will offer a "wide range of crafts for enthusiasts of all kinds, from scrap bookers and amateur artists to model railroaders and puzzle fanatics. ... computerized matte cutting machine, which automatically creates customized mattes for photos and artwork. ... custom frames, and can even stretch canvas frames for the home artist. ... interior decorating items, furniturem and seasonal decorations. ... many craft classes will be offered by groups using the store's upstairs classrooms."1

A second location opened in Henrietta in the Minotti Crossings Plaza on September 11, 2020. A third location opened on April, 16 2021/openings in Victor at Cobblestone Court. The fourth area location opened on July 14, 2023 in Greece.

A 40% off on one item coupon available via the website.

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2008-09-23 19:16:28   Took our first tour of the store today - a VERY BIG and comprehensive layout - larger than Michael's or Christmas Tree Shop (two of my wife's favorites). Picked up some Christmas decorations at 40% off - good values. Glad to have this addition to our Webster community. —BradMandell

2014-06-30 16:43:16   10450801_10152259581006275_7926449827193420569_n.jpgEileenF

2014-07-01 11:14:34   I won't shop there too. —Damiankumor

2014-07-01 20:51:32   I will not shop there either. Not only are they anti-women but they are also anti-Semitic. I hope people will also decide not to work for them as well. —scotthendler

2014-07-02 10:04:42   I'll shop there. They're neither anti-women not anti-semitic. What they are is anti-abortion. Read the actual text of the case, not Huffington Post. —badfish

2014-07-02 11:46:26   Restricting female (but not male) employees' healthcare options based on your patriarchal religious beliefs = anti-woman. Also, the contraceptives they won't cover don't actually cause abortion. —EileenF

2014-07-02 12:52:56   It doesn't restrict employees from using that form of birth control, it says they don't want to pay for it. Employees are not restricted from getting it elsewhere or using other forms of birth control. The type of birth control they objected to allows the disposal of a fertilized or potentially fertilized egg, which in their opinion is akin to abortion. If you read the case you'd see that birth control pills are not even specially mentioned in the suit because they—like a vasectomy—prevent the fertilization of an egg, they don't dispose of a potentially fertilized egg. —badfish