West Point will host its annual Christmas Open House from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
A total of 19 local businesses will open up during these special hours.
These businesses will be decorated with Christmas and holiday-themed decor, as well as having gifts for sale, “kicking off the holiday season,” according to Lisa Klutts, director of community development for the West Point-Clay County Growth Alliance.
The event made the move to a two day schedule as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. Klutts said the merchants liked the two-day approach so it stuck.
Participating businesses include: Annabelle’s Antiques, Bits N Pieces, Culin-Arts, Cutloose Salon and Boutique, Deborah Mansfield Studio, The Green Leaf, J’Siahs, Mawmaw’s Treasures, Petal Pushers, Poetry Tea, Rose Drug Company, Sew Sister, Sew, Three Daughters on Main, La La Collection, Jubliations Coffeehouse, The Mossy Oak Store, Point City Consignment, Remedy Salon and Boutique and Hwy 50 Nursery.
Each business will have its own hours within the timeframe of the event.
Most participating businesses will also have different sales and promotions.
“It’s always exciting to see the stores all decorated and lit up,” Klutts said. “It just creates a buzz and makes you want to get out and shop and be a part of it.”
For more information, visit the West Point Life Facebook page. It has a list of participating businesses along with the individual hours of operations and addresses.
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