Shop Local In York County for your christmas girfts
Christmas shopping around York County? Skip the malls and chain stores and check out some local options instead. When you shop locally, more money gets put back into the local economy than if you were to buy from corporations. While gift cards for major retailers are easy, wouldn’t it be nice to know that you’re doing your part to support York County’s economy? Check out the places and events below for unique gift buying experiences without spending a ton of money, all in or near York County!
York County Humane Society’s 7th Annual Christmas Shop
If you live on a shoestring budget and are a huge animal lover like me, you’ll swoon over the York County Humane Society’s 7th Annual Christmas Shop.
From toys to books, home decor to children’s clothing, The Humane Society of York County Christmas Shop has a ton of items on your Christmas list.
Visit the Thrift Shop to shop or donate at 2144 Carolina Place Drive, Fort Mill, SC 29708.
Also, check out their shop on Ebay. 100% of the proceeds from items sold at this shop on Ebay.com are given to the Humane Society of York County.
Sunday, December 04, 2016
3:30 PM – 5:00 PM
Main Library (Rock Hill)
Training Lab (Moore Room)
Do some Christmas shopping for the book lovers on your list. Choose from gift-quality, gently used books, including holiday titles, children’s books, cookbooks and more, all at bargain prices.
All proceeds benefit York County Libraries.
Joe’s Video Games
Joe’s Classic Video Games is the only video game store in the region to focus exclusively on vintage game systems, accessories, and games. Whether you want to buy a $1 NES game or a $1000 arcade game, They’ve got something fun for every budget.
139 Caldwell St. in Historic Downtown Rock Hill, SC 29730
11-8 Monday through Saturday
Buzzie Award winning shop, Overhead Station is a quirky person’s dream come true. Stroll through the doors and you won’t want to leave. Every visit is like walking into a new store. Overhead Station has lots of holiday items and unique peices for those hard to buy for folks on your list.
Mon – Fri: 10:00 am – 5:30 pm
The White Home Gift Shop
Take a tour of Rock Hill’s White Home and stop at their gift shop located right inside the building (you don’t have to take a tour to get to the gift shop, but it’s highly recommended!). The items at the White Home are true heritage pieces and aren’t priced to break the bank. They have beautiful quilts, pottery, history plates, jewelry, and more. Like Overhead Station, the White Home’s gift shop is a unique experience and will make you appreciate our little corner of the world that much more.
Tuesday thru Friday, 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
258 E. White St.
Rock Hill, SC 29730
Blue Rose Pottery
Polish Pottery is some of the most beautiful, pratical pottery there is. Blue Rose Pottery has handmade traditional-style and contemporary Polish pottery.
Because this kind of pottery is so practical, you can put it in the microwave, dishwasher, freezer, or oven.
1683 Katy Lane
Fort Mill, SC
I know what you’re thinking, but stay with me here.
Flashes are the well-known stop just off 77 that has billboards claiming to be the last fireworks stop in SC. The thing that people, even residents don’t know, is that Flashes is locally owned by Gordon and Jean who have been in the fireworks business for over 20 years, and they have a huge selection of t-shirts, decals, license plates, koozies, lanyards, shot glasses, mugs, key chains, magnets, post cards, and so much more. Can you say SC pride??
Flashesfireworks.com or Palmettocentral.com
The Catawba Indian Nation Craft & Food Fair
Experience Catawba vending and crafts. There will be beadwork, drumming & dancing, pottery, presentations and a food contest & tasting.
The Catawba Senior Center will host a bake sale. Food Contest & Tasting will be from 11am – 1pm. The Catawba 4-H Club kids will have a traditional food & drink fundraiser.
Date: November 19th
Location: 996 Avenue of the Nations Rock Hill, South Carolina 29730
More Info: call (803) 366-4792
The Catawba Cultural Center
If you miss the craft fair, you can always visit the Catawba Cultural Center. There is a craft store in the center that features crafts from many of our native artisans.
1536 Tom Steven Road
Rock Hill, SC 29730
Monday through Saturday 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, closed Sunday
Shop Local, York County, SC