Shop Small, Shop Local, Shop Issaquah
Saturday, November 29, 12:00 pm – 8:00 pm
It’s time to get ready for the holiday season. Support your community on Small Business Saturday, the day we all Shop Small and support small businesses around the country and in our community. Please stop by your local shop on November 29th, the Saturday after Thanksgiving, and help make this Small Business Saturday one of the biggest shopping days of the year for small businesses.
To make getting around town easier, two FREE trolleys will be running from 12:00 – 8:00 p.m. Not to be confused with our railroad trolley, these trolleys will be at each stop every half hour beginning at the Historic Shell station and get you to/from the following neighborhoods:
The trolley will loop around and stop at Blakely Hall where you can enjoy artEAST’s Arts and Crafts Bazaar from 11am – 4pm at Blakely Hall. Bring art to your holiday shopping and enjoy “Season of Gratitude Paper Bag Books” a drop-in workshop. Maybe pick up some delicious pizza and yummy yogurt or warm cookies and a latte at The Shops at Village Green before heading back down the hill to check those final gifts off the list!
Grand Ridge Plaza is this area’s newest shopping destination. From the fashionista to the sports enthusiast, from the beauty to the beast, there is something for everyone on your gift list! Whether grabbing a snack, lunch, happy hour or an early dinner, the latest offering in eateries will be sure to satisfy even the most selective pallet.
The Shops at Swedish
There is great shopping at Swedish! Women’s athletic wear, children’s cloths and gifts for the home!
Downtown Issaquah – Old Town
Visit Historic Downtown. Browse through the hip downtown shops and discover fine art, jewelry, clothing, furniture, services and much more. Santa will at the Train Depot and the other trolley (on the railroad tracks) will be giving rides between the Train Depot and Darigold from noon to 4:00. Art activities at So There, artEAST, and Museo. The Sammamish Symphony will be performing at the historic Shell Station at noon. When you’re ready for a break, there are several restaurants to rest your feet and satiate your soul.
Gilman Village features shops restaurants, personal services, even a preschool, all residing in houses and buildings preserved from Issaquah’s historic past. Shops include home decor and accessories, kitchen, lifestyle, fashion and jewelry. Restaurants run the gamut from down home American to world cuisine, and casual to fine dining. The Village is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year.”
Join in the fun and support your local businesses! Several stores will be offering discounts and other specials.
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