Weekend Shop Specials

Several shops in town are hosting evening events this weekend. House of Rowan, South Jersey Lingerie Boutique, and Adrian Rowan Photography present an evening open house to check out their new stock, meet some locals, and grab some produce for dinner at Merchantville Market Off Centre - our local farmers market. Every $25 purchase at House of Rowan receives $5 Market Money to use at the farmers market. C.U.B. & Co. will hold its first wine and cheese event with local wines, music, giveaways and shopping on Saturday June 19th from 5:00-8:00 p.m. You can also join Aradia's Treasure Metaphysical Shop on Saturday, June 19th, from 7:00-10:00 p.m. to celebrate Summer Solstice Activities with a circle gathering, meditation and light supper. 

Meet Cub & Co.

In December Merchantville welcomed entrepreneur, Kimberly “Kim” Wallace, and C.U.B. & Co. to town. Her boutique storefront, located at 23 North Centre, and online shop, feature unique mommy and me T- shirt designs. C.U.B. (Celebrating an Unconditional Bond) & Co., is a brand that showcases and celebrates the special connection between mom and child with cute and edgy t-shirt and onesie collections.  Born and raised in North Jersey, Kim migrated to Philadelphia for college where she received a Master’s in physical therapy then, settled in Burlington township with her young daughter. The idea for C.U.B. & Co. was hatched in 2017, with  mommy and me tees that represented Kim and her daughter. Fast forward to 2020 when her business grew from creating her own designs to custom orders and expanding beyond tees - a business owner's dream come true and shop where you'll be sure to find the coolest, most imaginative items and this. Please stop by C.U.B. & Co. for your personal or gift-giving needs and check out the apparel on her website and Facebook page. Whatever the occasion, be assured that you're supporting an awesome brand. Kim will also soon be hosting small create and craft events! 

Think Big, Shop Small

Imagine your neighborhood or city without any of its small, local businesses. Coffee shops, hair and nail salons, corner stores, boutique clothing stores, consignment shops, restaurants, bars, craft shops, markets, antique and repair shops, laundromats, liquor shops, gift shops, pet stores, and more – all gone. The pandemic is devastating small business and this could mean closing the businesses they’ve sacrificed so much to build. But, you can help. When we lift up a small business, we lift up a community. Studies show that 48% of small business purchases are recirculated locally, compared to only 14% by chain stores. Every dollar you spend could help save a small business. Please shop from Merchantville's small businesses. Small businesses off better customer service and give back to our community. Many offer online and in-store options, take-out and gift cards, and most ship nationally. There’s something for everyone!

Yard Sales, 7/18

Stop by at a Good Old Fashioned Yard Sale on Saturday, July 18, 2020 from 8:00 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. at 1 West Walnut Avenue in Merchantville. This sale combines more than three families items including household goods, jewelry, lots of very nice women’s clothing and shoes, books, luggage and backpacks. We're on a great corner and just might have something you're looking for. Everything is priced to sell. View our photo gallery here. And, there's a HUGE yard/clean out sale tomorrow at 16 Clinton Avenue - right across from Wellwood Park. A lot of everything in new or “like new” condition. Housewares, collectables (including Hallmark, die cast banks and Byers), some antiques, furniture/lamps, holiday items, misses clothing, brand new children’s clothing with tags, handmade floral arrangements and wedding décor. Starts at 8:30AM.

2020 Art Walk

Calling all Artists to the 3rd Annual Merchantville Art Walk. This year’s Art Walk will take place on May 1st, 6:00-9:00 p.m. It will be paired with the "First Friday“ market events in town. What is an Art Walk? Each participating business will share their space with a local artist and the artist’s work will be on display inside of the business for the night. The Art Walk encourages guests to stroll around town and visit each participating business to see, and hopefully, purchase the art. The goal is to benefit Artists AND Businesses. The fee for artists to participate is $25. Application deadline: March 14, 2020. All sales are handled by the artists and are 100% yours. The Eilandarts Center will organize pairing artists with businesses and coordinating the hanging of the show. We will also take care of the website, advertising, flyers, and postcards

Christmas in July

Beat the heat and start your holiday shopping during Christmas in July where you'll find several local small businesses in one place at Ryan's Retail. Shop hours are 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. on Satyrday July 20th and 27th. Merchants include: Graceful Knit Knots, Antisha Inspired Crafts & Services, Shop 4 Vintage Clothing, Jersey Girl is Crafty, Scentsy, Paparazzi, Brown Babycakes, Pixie Lane, Usborne Books & More, Origami Owl, Candles N Curios, Color Street, Thirty One, and Pink Zebra. Ryan's Retail is located at 22 North Centre Street in the old post office building.

Think. Shop. Buy. Local

Join the movement and take the pledge to show your support to THINK first of my local economy, SHOP first at my local businesses, and BUY first from local companies who give back so much, in so many ways, to my community. Our local businesses are what make Merchantville, well, Merchantville! They give our community character, create vibrancy and bring us unique experiences. The Merchantville Business and Professional Association invites you to Shop Merchantville to connect with and explore what our amazing retailers have to offer.

 

 
 
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