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ALDERSON MAIN STREET - NEWS RELEASE P.O. Box 117, Alderson, WV  24910 November 17, 2017 Contact Alderson Main Street Improving The Community One Project At A Time
SHOP ALDERSON ON “SMALL BUSINESS SATURDAY” Alderson   has   great   small   shops   that   are   locally   owned   and   would   be   delighted   to   have   your   business   on “small business Saturday”, November 25. Alderson’s   Store   has   anchored   the   Alderson   Historic   Business   District   on   the   Monroe   County   side   for years   and   has   been   run   by   succeeding   generations   of   the   family.   It   has   a   bit   of   everything   from   local books to chic clothing in gorgeous art deco surroundings. Next   door   is   Bridgewalk   Shops,   an   eclectic   arrangement   of   treasures   from   antiques   to   modern   pieces.   It will soon be home to Elisa’s Eatery and Cold Cuts Emporium and serving great food as well. The   gift   shop   at   the   newly   restored   Historic   C&O   Depot   will   be   open   from   11-3   and   well   worth   a   visit   for the railroad fan on the Christmas list. The museum will be open as well. The Alderson Artisans   Gallery,   a   co-op   of   local   artists,   offers   truly   unique   gifts   for   the   discerning   shopper at   a   variety   of   price   points.   They   believe   wonderful   artistic   pieces   should   be   affordable   for   everyone   and are offering 15% off on small business Saturday. You   may   get   a   friendly   greeting   from   a   lively   dog   at   Alderson’s   Wolf   Creek   Gallery.   She   spends   most   of her   time   snoozing   under   the   counter   but   likes   to   check   out   new   people   who   come   in   to   see   the   great   wall hangings, positive sayings and other delightful small gifts. Wolf Creek calendars are available here. A   cup   of   hot   cider   with   mulling   spices   is   always   offered   during   the   holiday   shopping   season   at   the   Wolf Creek   Gallery.   The   other   shops   will   be   serving   some   drinks   and   light   refreshments   on   Saturday,   Nov.   25, from 10-4. Mayor Travis   Copenhaver   said,   “A   recent   visitor   to Alderson   commented   on   the   uniqueness   and   variety   of our   stores.   Our   owners   work   hard   to   keep   them   fresh   and   interesting   and   support   our   local   economy. Please come and support them!” PHOTO CAPTION: Christmas tree in an Alderson business in 2016.
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