November 24, 2020
November 28 is a special day of the year: Small Business Saturday! When you purchase from small businesses, you are supporting your local community in more ways than you can imagine. Shop till you drop at any of these store or events near your home at the Monarch Waugh Chapel.
Small Business Saturday in Annapolis is an annual event that never disappoints. With over 90 shops, supporting small businesses is made easy in nearby Annapolis. And don’t fret—there is free parking and even online shopping to accommodate whatever you might need. Home for the Holidays, also located in Annapolis, is on November 28-29 and December 12-13. Here you can find collections of original art, furniture, and home décor from local artists and small businesses. If you haven’t found exactly what you are looking for, try this event hosted by the Annapolis Town Center: Holiday Stroll. This is the first annual event where guests can enjoy shopping small and entertainment. The Chesapeake Wreath Company is hosting a Wreath Making Workshop! And there will be Pop-Up shops galore!
Stores & Shops
Lilac Bijoux has local and handmade jewelry, bags, jeans, sweaters and more! Their New Arrivals are fun and fresh for this fall season. Find all the classic Lily Pulitzer dresses, pants, skirts and shirts at the Pink Crab in Annapolis. Anything fun, pink, and preppy is here at this small shop.
At Wrabyn, you will find the most aesthetically pleasing clothing and home décor. From throws to puffy jackets, Wrabyn is the small shop for big purchases. Shop for him or shop for her at this local store, The G Shop Fashion. Shop online, schedule an appointment, or visit the showroom at this Gambrills, Maryland store.
At Third Eye Comics, you can take advantage of the best Small Business Saturday promotions. With every purchase, you get double the Third Eye Card points. And with every purchase over $50, you receive the newest re-usable Third Eye Tote Bag.
Small Business Saturday is nothing shy of a national event! Shop small for the holidays this November 28th and support the local Maryland community.