2022 hOLIDAY sTROLL
Missed the stroll?
Or didn't get to all the stops you wanted?
Here's a peek inside -
perhaps you can visit (in person or virtually) to these local stops & businesses another time this holiday season.
A. Elizabeth Ann Esthetics: In this beautiful space, Liz provides various services including eye lash & brow tinting, facials, lifts & more plus products to use at home.
B. Miller Brook Farm: Gorgeous trees, beautiful handmade wreaths plus locally made ornaments & more at this farm store.
C. Milton Free Public Library: This lovely historical building is such a beloved gem in town. Stop in to the Little Red Schoolhouse to peruse the materials for borrow, work in quiet or bring the kids to use imaginative play & STEM items upstairs or to play outside.
D. Ira Miller’s General Store: This lovingly restored shop is full of so much good. A great diner with intentional food, drinks (including wine & beer), groceries, apothecary, toys, gifts, candy counter & more. Play a tune on the piano or rock on the porch: iramillers.com
E. Milton Historical Society, Milton, NH: If you missed the Open House, reach out to the Historical Society about the next opportunity to see the collection or to get involved by volunteering or donating.
F. The Music Mill: Yes, of course, guitars & ukes & instrument needs. AND ALSO White Mountain Puzzles, LOVE POP cards, books and more.
G: Liberty Chapel: Casey & Drew are intentionally renovating this gorgeous building. It'll be a while yet for public use but we're grateful for their use of the back room for events in the mean time. You'll have met their kiddos selling handmade felted items and hats at the market.
I: Sheepjunkie: From Maria you'll find amazing yarn and fiber for your own projects. Laying some wool with twinkly lights on the mantle is a great way to enjoy a "snowy" seasonal touch!
J: Studio Aska: Aska creates gorgeous Japanese inspired origami & design pieces including hair clips, earrings and even beautiful cos-play cat ears. You can find her at a couple more fairs coming up: studioaska.com
K. Flying Pig Bath Products: Creating just over in Acton, Ceilidh has various bath products including soaps & salts. Perhaps stocking stuffers & basket fillers!
L. Selkie Pub Zines: Jennie has created a place for the stories she wants to hear and tell through her catalog of zines. You're supporting a local author and creative when you check out her work: etsy.com/shop/SelkiePubZines
M: Watercolors by Emma: A youth right in Milton Mills, Emma creates lovely watercolor art including seasonally inspired scenes. They make very joyful gifts.
N: Waumbeck Park: This year we lit up the gazebo for our caroling. The lights will stay up through the holidays so take a moment to stop in to enjoy the ambience or grab a cute family photo! Big thanks to Denise Morrill & Morrill and Sons for donating the lights and Miller Brook Farm for donating the tree. Thanks to Milton Rec for allowing us to decorate!
#markyourcalendars for the next holiday stroll November 25, 2023.