Patchogue Village holiday gift finds
This weekend the Greater Patchogue Chamber of Commerce will host their Sounds of the Season holiday shopping event at 11 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 8. The event will feature a number of choral groups playing throughout Main Street as local shops and stores offer sales and specials.
The Patchogue Garden Club will be hosting their Christmas House Tour on Sunday, Dec. 9. “Homes for the Holidays” will take place from 1 to 5 p.m. Tickets are on sale now for $25 per person, or two tickets for $40, at The Colony Shop and Tall Tree Florist. Tickets can also be purchased at the door that day in the Patchogue Arts Council’s gallery in Artspace, where the self-guided tour kicks off with five additional holiday homes. Proceeds will benefit Patchogue Village Beautification.
And don’t forget the Holiday Concert & Community Sing-Along being held at the Congregational Church of Patchogue this Sunday as well. The event starts at 8 p.m. for a suggested $10 donation.
Free parking for holiday shopping begins Monday, Dec. 10. The Village of Patchogue will be offering free on-street parking every day from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. up until Christmas Day. Local shops and retailers also promise accompanying specials during this time.
All shoppers are encouraged to use #ShopPatchogue on their social media pages to show off their holiday gift finds. Those who make a qualifying purchase will receive the holiday collectible Patchogue canvas tote.
To help you complete your shopping journey, here is a compiled list of gifts local shops are offering.
For the children: Cozy red-plaid pajamas and matching Raggedy Anne and Andy dolls. The Colony Shop, pajamas: $26 plus an additional 20 percent off this week; dolls: $20 and up.
For the foodie: Grab a gift card to the local waterfront restaurant, the local French bakery, or any Main Street restaurant this holiday season. Drift 82 and Mademoiselle Patisserie, prices range.
For the lady: Jewelry, candles and home decor. Ellie J + Co., $10 and up.
For the one with a sweet tooth: Chocolates, fudge, brittle and candied popcorn. Kilwins, Caramel corn and cashew, peanut and pecan brittle: $6.99 and up.
For the chef: Assorted oils and vinegars. Baskets come premade or custom with the option to include personalized bottles. The Amazing Olive, $5 to $100.
For the coffee lover: A coffee gift card accompanied by a pound of everyday-blend beans. Roast Coffee & Tea Trading Company, $19 and up.
For the eclectic: Patterned socks, toys, games and everything in-between. Paper Doll Curiosity Shoppe, $10 and up.
For anyone on the list: Vintage ornaments and Mason jar candles. South Shore Vintage, ornaments: $1 to $3; candles: $16.
All photos ADV/Fuentes
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