Holiday deals to be offered in Port Angeles

Eli Hammel of the City of Port Angeles starts on Wednesday the three-day task of putting 10,000 lights on a Christmas tree while suspended in a lift bucket. The tree, which came from city property, will adorn the downtown Conrad Dyer plaza at the foot of Laurel Street. No tree-lighting ceremony is planned but Small Business Weekend is set after Thanksgiving. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

Eli Hammel of the City of Port Angeles starts on Wednesday the three-day task of putting 10,000 lights on a Christmas tree while suspended in a lift bucket. The tree, which came from city property, will adorn the downtown Conrad Dyer plaza at the foot of Laurel Street. No tree-lighting ceremony is planned but Small Business Weekend is set after Thanksgiving. (Dave Logan/for Peninsula Daily News)

PORT ANGELES — Downtown merchants will offer special deals during Small Business Weekend after Thanksgiving.

Exclusive offers will be available for three days beginning Friday at more than 30 retailers and restaurants by purchasing a limited edition #supportangeles tote bag.

Each $10 bag is filled with coupons. Shoppers who show their bag and coupons to participating merchants get special deals.

All proceeds will benefit the Port Angeles Chamber of Commerce Winter Ice Village.

Tote bags can be purchased now at www.bit.ly/smallbizweekend or at the Winter Ice Village ticket booth on Front Street,

Those who buy online can print out their confirmation receipts or screenshot them and bring them to the ticket booth at the ice skating rink.

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