Chamber Supports Holiday Shopping on Main Street on Nov. 30

shop on main logoThe Cold Spring Area Chamber of Commerce encourages shoppers to think local and start their holiday shopping with a visit to Main Street on Nov. 30. Small Business Saturday will offer a full day of events to support local businesses.

Enjoy the Cold Spring Farmers’ Market at St. Mary’s on Main from 8:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., with a knife sharpener on site for kitchen and small garden tools. The Country Goose offers international food tastings and a free gift basket raffle, and Go-Go Pops features Taza Stoneground Chocolate tastings. Old Souls will teach how to care for cast iron, offer recipe cards, and give a free cleaning scrub brush with cast iron purchases.

Fun seekers will enjoy guessing how many presents in the window of Joseph’s Jewelry, and win a silver necklace valued at $299. Design your own custom sign in time for Christmas at The Country Touch, and enter to win two tickets to Cold Spring by Candlelight at ColdSpringAntiquesCenter. Side Effects/NY East Village boutique has a raffle for a $25 gift certificate.

The Gift Hut offers a free tote bag with the purchase of two Bananagram games. Archipelago at Home will give a crystal prism with any $20 purchase, and Kismet will give an ornament with any $20 purchase.

Gallery 66 NY is offering gift-wrapping lessons with an artist and The Marina Gallery offers hot cider and a chat with exhibiting artists, Ann and David Provan. Finish your day at Whistling Willie’s with their “Holiday Cheer” $5 beer with hints of pecans and peaches.

The chamber hopes for a visit from the Putnam County Cash Mob. Cash mobs are spontaneous groups of people who visit a local Main Street, agreeing to spend $20 in a shop, and conclude with a drink at a local restaurant.

Chamber president Debbi Milner said, “We welcome our friends from far and wide to join in the day and help support our independent shopkeepers.”


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