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    Shop Small on the Avenue – Frankfort Avenue
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    Small Business Saturday is being celebrated by locally owned business on Frankfort Avenue, and when you shop at participating locations, you can win prizes, as well. Through Sunday, November 30th, visit the following shops or restaurants to check out these prizes up for grabs, all on display. Pick up a contest form and have it stamped when you visit each location. Once you have three stamps, drop off your form at the business whose prize you would like to win.

    Prize drawings will be held Monday, December 1st and winners will be notified that day. Enter as many times as you like, using a new form each time.

    The 14 participating businesses and items you can win:

    Crescent Hill Trading Company - Gift certificate and vintage jewelry

    The Comfy Cow - Handcrafted custom-made ice cream pie

    Consider Boutique - Locally hand felted/dyed scarf, retailing at $120

    Lexie's Trading Post - Gift basket with goodies worth $50

    Nancy's Bagel Grounds - Free dozen every month for a year

    Carmichael's Bookstore - Tote bag full of books

    Just Creations - $30 fair trade gift bag

    Redefine Design on the Avenue – Custom-designed Christmas wreath (up to $100)

    Crave Cafe - $25 gift card

    North End Cafe - $50 gift card

    Sister Dragonfly - Scarf, gloves, and $20 gift certificate

    Surroundings - Collection of goat milk soaps, natural sponge worth $30

    Margaret's Consignment - $25 gift certificate

    At Home on the Avenue - Hand-poured soy candle in vintage container worth $40

    For more information about Shop Small on the Avenue, call Corin at Carmichael's Bookstore at 502.896.6950.

    Photo: Shutterstock Copyright: Jeanette Dietl

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