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The Hammondsport Chamber of Commerce: Small Business Saturday is Coming Up

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And don’t forget the Cookie Walk on December 2 !!

Christmas in the Park is set for December 9 !!



Small Business Saturday was first observed in the United States on November 27, 2010.  The Idea behind Small Business Saturday is to boost the local economy.  Some local businesses run sales and specials on Small Business Saturday much like the big-name stores do on Black Friday and Cyber Monday.  Come out and support our local business.  Shop Small Business to grow your community.


Looking for a Sweet New Holiday Tradition?

Hammondsport Cookie Walk December 2nd 10-2

The Cookie Walk has become a favorite tradition among those Hammondsport holidayers and locals. When you purchase your tin, you get the opportunity to travel to around 25 local businesses and collect an individually wrapped cookie made by the business. This gives you a chance to see some of our local businesses and even shop for some Christmas Presents.

Christmas in the Park is coming up fast. Join us December 9th from 4:00 PM until 7:00 PM

This Event is Sponsored by:

The Village Tavern Restaurant & Inn The Park Inn

Hammy on a Rye

Village Real Estate Team/MJ Peterson

Hammondsport Grocery

Weis Vineyards

Burgers & Beer of Hammondsport

Keuka Lakeside Inn

Best Western Plus The Hammondsport Hotel

Community Bank

The Cinnamon Stick

Dr. Sam Pennise, DMD

4:00 PM Keuka Lake Players at the Chamber of Commerce

The Bell Choir in the Square

4:45 PM Tree Lighting Ceremony

5:00 PM Santa Arrives by Fire truck

5:15 PM wagon rides Maple City Barbershop Chorus in the Square

6:15 PM Hammondsport Methodist Singers

6:45 PM Hammondsport Band

We will also have alot of vendors

Yakisobas, FestCoin, JR’s BackAlley BBQ, Bartlett Family Farm, Pendergast Food, BCrafts, Ellis Designs, Freeze Dried Goodys, Gloria Jeans Creations, The Ameusements Studio

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