Small Business Saturday 2018 throughout Cattaraugus County

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Small Business Saturday, #ShopSmall or #SmallBusinessSaturday, always happens the Saturday after Thanksgiving, this year falling on the 24th.  Small Business Saturday was started in 2010 as a way to encourage shoppers to patronize businesses that are small and local.  This was in counterpart to Black Friday and Cyber Monday, which feature big box retail and e-commerce stores.  Started almost surprisingly by American Express, it wasn't until the next year in 2011 that the day became official with governors, mayors, senators and even the President voicing support for Small Business Saturday. 

So where should you shop in Cattaraugus County?  Here are just some NEW suggestions of the great places you can visit on Saturday.  Some may end up becoming your new favorite!

Franklinville/Farmersville/Lyndon:  There will a showcase of local businesses at the Town Hall in Franklinville on Small Business Saturday, which is also when the community does their Christmas Celebration.
At the Small Business Showcase:
~Paparazzi - Lynn Brol
~thirty one - Nikki Lane
~Lularoe - Jessica Ann Hoxie
~Norwex - Dawn Owens
~Five Mile Primitives - Aimee Stanbro
~Katie Schmitt Photography - Katie Schmitt
~Chair Massages - Joelle Wilcox
~Camp JYC - Cassie Hatch
~Magnabilities - Leanne Moffat
~Mary Kay - Jolene Cristina Sherman
~Chaffee Chick Designs - Angela Wojcik
~Homemade Crafts - Cassie, Katie, & Ellen Dudley Hatch
Ontario Knife Company- 125 years of knife, cutlery & tool manufacturing.  Visit online.

Ellicottville/Great Valley:  For more Ellicottville shops, visit EllicottvilleNy.com.
Adventure Bound on the Fly
- Outdoor Gear, camping, SUP, kayaking, knowledgeable staff.
Earth Arts- Distinctive works including pottery, blown glass, wood, jewelry, decorations. 
Purple Doorknob- A whole store dedicated to socks!!!
Ava Grace Fashions- Sells women wear with mindfulness of comfort, durability, and being sustainable/green.

Salamanca: For more Salamanca businesses, visit SalamancaChamber.org.
Antique Mall
- Over 1000 vendors, find just about anything!
Mongillo's Jewelers- Engraving, Jewelry/watch sales, repair, fine gifts.
Worth W. Smith- Family owned and operated with wide selection and great prices! 
Shuhari Karate- Because didn’t we all want to be a ninja at one point or another?
Onöhsagwë:de' Cultural Center- Explore the new Cultural Center and Museum, then check out the amazing gift shop!

Olean/Portville: For more Olean businesses, visit Greater Olean Area Chamber website
Christie’s Boutique- Unique items, both old and new, local artwork, gift baskets.
Sprague’s Maple Farms- deliver delight for Christmas morning breakfast with Sprague’s Maple Syrup.  Don’t forget they have free range turkeys for Thanksgiving also! 
Armond’s Fashion for Men- classic “men’s specialty shop” with a contemporary influence. 
Four Mile Brewing- might as well grab a six pack for you also!

Allegany/Humphrey/Hinsdale/Ischua:
Tri-County Arts Council-
Their Art on Main Gallery has locally made artwork for sale!
Fat Root, LLC Horseradish- The best horseradish around.
Main St. Sweets- fresh-baked pastries, homemade soup, pies, wraps, and of course sweets, all made by certified pastry chef, Jody Stephen. 
M’Organic Market- Sells groceries that are organic, natural, non-gmo, organic, and/or vegan friendly.  

Gowanda/Perrysburg:
Hager’s Flowers & Gifts- Family owned for 46 years, this flower shop also has cute gifts.
Heaven Scent/Copy Central- Gifts, home decor, Ear Candles, spinners, wreaths, swags.
Jesse’s Home and Gifts- Natural good, rustic home décor, toys, handmade soaps, pottery and more!
Perrysburg Historical Society and Museum- they sell “J.N. Adam Memorial Hospital: Her Inside Voice” by Char Szabo-Perricelli. 

Randolph/Steamburg: For more Randolph businesses, visit EnjoyRandolph.org.
Randolph Retail Company- eclectic collection of gifts, clothing, jewelry, home decor.
Hide-A-Way Restaurant- Prime Rib Dinners, seafood specialties, Saturday Buffet-delicious!
Randolph Peaches & Cream- opening up for the holidays, they sell Christmas Trees, poinsettias, wreaths, arrangements, canned goods, and more!  19 Main St. Randolph.
Stillwater Feeds – Cause your pets love gifts too!

Amish Trail: For more businesses in this area, visit AmishTrail.com.
Cardinal Acre Alpacas- Gift Shop on site, raw fleece, yarn, alpaca products, daily farm visits. 
Simply Natural Alpaca Gift Shop- Gift shop, open year ‘round, has quality products like women’s clothing, nesting balls, stuffed animals and more!
Mystic Hill Olde Barn Country Gift Shop- Country and Rustic merchandise, local Amish wares.
Mager Mountain Alpacas- So Soft Gift Shop has stuffed animals, fashion, yarn, rugs, mittens all from soft alpaca fleece!

Machias/Delevan/Yorkshire:
Machias Outdoors- Plenty of options for the outdoor sportsman!
Chaffee Chick Design- Stationary, gift shop, graphic design, calendars, holiday cards.
Chanderson's Steak & Seafood- offering a Thanksgiving dinner to go or sit down also! 
Pierce Milling, Inc.- Cause again your pets love gifts too!

Little Valley/Mansfield:
John Sixt & Son Lumber- Hardware store, doors, bathroom, energy management.
Mansfield Arms & Ammo- Buy or sell pistols, rifles, shotguns, ammo, accessories.
Rock City Chrysler- New vehicle for Christmas anyone? 
CJ Logging Equipment- In case you have big plans that need big equipment!

Cattaraugus/Ashford/Otto:
East Otto Country Associates- homemade pottery & original watercolor paintings.
Countryside Flowers- Flowers make anyone’s day or holiday!
Allegany Mountain Resort- membership base campground on Rainbow Lake that also have tent sites and ‘roamer’ campsites as well!
East Otto Trash and Treasures- open Sat and Sun in November from 10am to 5pm. 

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