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Shop Local for the Holidays at the Church Street Marketplace

Shop Local for the Holidays at the Church Street Marketplace

We're so grateful to be a part of the Church Street Marketplace community and invite you to shop local this holiday season.

The Church Street Marketplace is undeniably charming. Like the gorgeous state of Vermont, it’s in a league of its own, set far apart from the dime a dozen shopping centers all over the country. 

 

In fact, this year, the Marketplace won the coveted top spot for The #1 Best Public Square in America by USA Today.

 

While you wrap up the task of checking gifts off your list, come out to experience how magical Church Street Marketplace is this time of year.

 

The tree is up, the lights are sparkling, and our wonderful community of local shops has been hard at work making the storefronts exude holiday cheer. 

 

In this time of year that can feel overwhelming, there is something so special and nostalgic about shopping on historic Church Street and the blocks that make up the Marketplace. 

 

It might be the cobblestone street, or the classic brick buildings, the free hot chocolate or even the carolers. 

 

Whatever that magical ‘it’ is, the Church Street Marketplace has it, and at Harbour Thread, we're so grateful to be a part of this special place that serves as the beating heart of our little city. 

 

So come shop local at the Church Street Marketplace and stop by our boutique for your last minute holiday shopping. Whether you're looking for women's clothing and apparel, or men's — we've got you covered. 

 

Instead of finding a stress-filled superstore, you’ll find friendly locals working hard to make your shopping experience as lovely and joy-filled as possible.

 

And if you like what you see in our Harbour Thread holiday window, you can still vote for us here until December 20th.

 

Happy Holidays from our Harbour Thread family, to you and yours. We can't wait to see you this holiday season and in the new year to come.