Community Holiday Shopping Day – 11/19/16

I also saw in The Clarion that the Farmers’ Market will be on the Common that Day.  No need to travel to the mall.  When you add Ruggles and Hunt, Village Blooms, The Artisan Shop, and Burdick’s Chocolate to the list, there is quite a choice right here in town.  Even four different options to grab a sandwich for lunch.  What more could a Christmas shopper want? – Lil  PS – Anyone know if the Orchard School is at the Town Hall?

 

The Walpole Historical Society Museum Gift Shop will be open on Saturday November 19th from 9 am to 2 pm to participate in the Community Holiday Shopping Day.  The Gift Shop, the Congregational Church and St. John’s Church will offer a great variety of craft and gift items to start the holiday season with.    At the Museum Gift Shop we have Louisa May Alcott booklets, Walpole wine glasses, Dellamano painted glass, accessories from Country on the Common, locally crafted note cards as well as candles, holiday cards and napkins, children’s books, new little wooden bookmarks –and much more.     We will have cookies and hot coffee to keep you warm.  Make it a day and get a head start on holiday shopping ! Bring a friend and shop all three of these special sales!   Park your car and walk to all 3 locations–  See you on November 19th— Hours are 9am to 2pm!!

One thought on “Community Holiday Shopping Day – 11/19/16

  1. Holly Gowdy 11/02/2016 at 10:52 AM Reply

    Hi Lil Yes the Orchard School is in the town hall on Friday the 18th and on Saturday the 19th. The Congregational Church is having their Misletoe Mart…. busy and fun.

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