Tuesday, December 7, 2010

Stop, Shop, & Stroll - Downtown Pittsfield

Downtown Pittsfield has something for everyone this holiday season. Join us Saturday, December 11th from 12-5pm for Stop, Shop, & Stroll. You will find great holiday deals, refreshments, and some special appearances from Santa, Mrs. Claus, & the Taconic High Chorus all while showing your support to Pittsfield's local retailers & restaurants.
Here is a full list of activities and deals from North to South on December11th
(Be sure to check back often as we will continue to update this list)
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Carr Hardware – 537 North St - Carrs makes gift giving easy with great gift ideas. See the full sales flyer at http://www.carrhardware.com/flyer4.htm

Dottie’s Coffee Shop - 444 North St - Offering 10% off all gift certificate purchases- one day only.

West Side Clock Shop 449 North St - The West Side Clock Shop will have fantastic savings on in stock grandfather clocks and musical wall clocks!

Museum Facsimiles - 431 North St - Fresh homemade baked cookies, hot mulled cider and 10% off of anything from our well stocked clearance room. Everything in there is way below our already wholesale prices.

Emporium - 441 North St. – Shop on Dec. 11 and get a 10% off coupon for your next visit. Bring a receipt from another North St. Shop and get 20% off your purchase that day.

Fern Leslie Studio -249 North Street - Everything in the studio - gift items as well as framed art will be 10% off

Taconic High School Chorus Carols 1:00 - 1:30pm in the lobby of 141 North St.

Berkshire Carousel - 170 North St. - Open house 11 AM - 4 PM. Demonstrations of carving and painting of the carousel figures. Bring your children/grandchildren and cameras between 1:30PM - 3:30PM for photos with Santa and some of the beautiful ponies.

Pateez Boutique – 141 North St. – Come get a sneak peak before the grand opening - Light refreshments & 10% Coupons for those that stop by.

Bisque, Beads, & Beyond – 141 North St. – Refreshments & special deals. Stop by between 3-6 for a Li’l Elves workshop with Mrs. Claus.

Taconic High School Chorus Carols 12:30 - 1pm in the lobby of Crawford Square - 137 North St.

Pittsfield Bra & Girl - 137 North St. - 15% off pajamas, robes, & massage candles

Baba Louie's – 34 Depot St.- Open all day on December 11th. Serving Hot chocolate and donuts for a dollar in the newly renovated alley between Baba Louise's and the Central Block Building. Folks stopping by will get a 25% off coupon for lunch between 12 and 5.

Chapters Book Store – 78 North St - Storytime @ 10:30am geared for ages 3-5 but all ages welcomed (must be accompanied by an adult). Before the story is the famed silly song and after, a fun craft! All who attend story time will be given 10% off of their purchase (excludes gift cards, magazines, and art) + $5 table with tons of fun goodies, great for stocking stuffers or grab bag gifts + All Melissa and Doug children's toys we are marking 10% off! Special discount coupons will be given out with your purchase for a discount off your next shopping trip in!

Taconic High School Chorus Carols 12:00 - 12:30pm in the Central Block lobby of 75 North St.

Connections and Aim & Shoot Photography – 75 North St. Central Block – 20% off purchases that day + Make a purchase at Connections on December 11th and get Karma Cash worth 10% off to be used in January also, Offering 20% off purchases

The Pittsfield Colonials Office - 2 South St -Open 10-3. Purchase a Box Seat at the Holiday Price of $375 (Reg $399) and receive a hat, a pair of tickets to the Baseball Hall of Fame, and a Sweatshirt. Hall of Fame tickets are first come first serves but the rest is available until Christmas. We have plenty of merchandise and gift certificates also available at our store on

The Berkshire Museum - 39 South St. - Holiday Family Day at Berkshire Museum, with free admission for members, 50% off admission for everyone else, and a full day of performances and special events. Including the ever-popular gingerbread cookie decorating!

Sponsored by Downtown Inc & The Office of Cultural Development

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