March into Randolph!

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Event Date(s): Sat, 03/01/2014 - 10:00am - 4:00pm
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March into Randolph

With Winter almost over, it’s time to get outside!  Get ready to march into Randolph on Saturday, March 1st!  From 10am to 4 pm, participating businesses will give you a “Passport” – visit the stores, get your passport punched by at least five businesses, and enter your passport in a Raffle for a fun Gift Basket full of goods from these Randolph businesses!

Start at the Randolph Library, where your imagination can take you anywhere! A few steps away, a special feature will be an Open House at Randolph’s newest business,  “Radiantly You” – a healthy cleaning and skin care product business with everything made right here in Randolph! See the variety of products at the factory at 10 Jamestown Street, right next to Betsey’s Country Shop.  Then march on over to The Inn on Bank Street – Randolph’s newest overnight accommodations – the Innkeeper will show you around! 

Pick up a bottle of something special at Countryside Wine & Spirits—don’t forget some cheese! Next door, Randolph Retail, home of tasteful clothing, charming jewelry and more, has a little treat waiting for you.  Go through the doorway and step back in time at 129 Main Street – you’ll find hidden treasures of antiques, vintage nostalgia and ceramics.  Keep on marching…and who knows what you’ll find at Yarn for Ewe & Café Too – a kaleidoscopic swirl of yarns to inspire you, and coffee and baked treats to revive you! 

These and a dozen more Randolph businesses will be looking forward to seeing you on Saturday, March 1st!!! Look for details and updates at or enjoyrandolph on Facebook!

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Businesses throughout Randolph
Main St.
Randolph , NY 14772
United States
42° 9' 38.8332" N, 78° 57' 6.012" W
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