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HOMETOWN FOR THE HOLIDAYS

If you’re from Plymouth or spend any amount of time here in the winter, you know how cozy and welcoming Main Street can be on a winter evening: the warm light spilling out onto the sidewalks from the frosty windows of our local businesses, the streetlights silhouetting the snowflakes, and the gazebo on the Common all lit up. There’s nothing like coming to our hometown for the holidays.


NOT YOUR BASIC BASKET

Grandma doesn’t want bubblebath, Uncle Carl doesn’t want a new tie, and the last thing your friends want is another candle. Get them all a present they can share and enjoy: a gift basket full of unique treats both local and imported, made to satisfy anyone’s individual tastes. Candy, drinks, snacks, and more — call Erin in the basket section at 603-536-3663, and we’ll see what we can do for you!


TIMELY TRADITIONS

December has so many wonderful holiday traditions: ugly sweater parties, potlucks, Yankee swaps, trimming the tree, and more. Plymouth has some of its own traditions as well. Be sure to get to town early for the Holiday Parade on December 3rd. Stake out your piece of sidewalk, and enjoy seeing a wide variety of local organizations strut their stuff. Even Santa makes an appearance! On the 10th, he’ll be back in town to visit with you lovely locals here at Chase Street from 10am to 1pm.


THE FINAL PUSH

While December is full of joyous celebrations and traditions, it can also be a stressful time of year for students and for families. Studying for exams and hoping to pull up the grades before report cards can exhaust even the cherriest cherub, and buying gifts for friends and family can be challenging for people on a budget. Be kind to yourselves this month as we push through the tail end of 2022. It’s been a long year!


Tis' the season of wine as gifts – stock up today!

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