BEGINNING TO LOOK A LOT LIKE CHRISTMAS: East Jefferson County
Photo by Linda Sutton/for Peninsula Daily News
Linda Sutton/for Peninsula Daily News
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In the photo at right, the Wild Rose Chorale, led by Leslie Lewis at far left, sings carols outside The Clothes Horse at Taylor and Water streets in Port Townsend during the Small Business Saturday celebration sponsored by the Port Townsend Main Street program.
In the photo accessible by clicking on the camera icon, Charlotte Blankenship of Sequim shops in Getables on Water Street.
Downtown businesses were offering longer hours, special sales and refreshments during Small Business Saturday.
Jefferson County retailers who offered special day-after-Thanksgiving sales Friday said business was good, including at Hadlock Building Supply in Port Hadlock, where specials “flew off the shelves,” said co-owner Elena Lovato-Kraut.
Many stores will continue sales throughout the holiday weekend.
Last modified: November 24. 2012 6:20PM