Shop Martha's Vineyard During Small Business Saturday, Nov. 24

Start your holiday shopping on Island during Small Business Saturday.

Small Business Saturday is on Nov. 24 this year, two days after Thanksgiving. It is a day for everyone to support small businesses in their community.

American Express founded the day in 2010 to help small businesses get exposure during the holiday season, when they might be otherwise overlooked. With retailers buzzing around the holidays, it is important to support local small businesses that rely on their neighbors in order to continue prospering and building the local economy on Martha's Vineyard.

Last year, 100 million people nationwide participated in Small Business Saturday by shopping at locally owned stores to help boost the economy and their communities.

On Island:

Tiara Hair and Jewelry, 20 Main Street, Cortland Park, Jack Wills, Whatever Sterling Silver, Katydid, Mix, Alley Cat, Koko Atlantic, Island Breeze, Gettigear, Zinnia's Cltohin, Suka, Chica, The Paper Store, Dunbrack Gallery, Edgartown Books, Blue Buoy, Island Pursuit, Fresh Produce, Past & Present, Petunia's Shoes, Vineyard Backwater, David Ryan's, Eleven North, Chappy, Sheila Allen Styles, Edgartown Hardware, Very Vineyard, Edgartown Clothing Company,Vintage Jewelry, Edgartown Kids, The Great Put On, Among the Flowers, Il Tesoro, Gardner Colby Gallery, Murdick's Fudge, The Port Hunter, Incorporation, Claire Murray, Island Outfitters, North Water Gallery, Nell St. John, Needle Works, Once in a Blue Moon, Shirt Tales, Black Sheep, Optional Art Fine Jewelry, Kissmet, Arianna Cosmetics, In the Pink, Huckleberry Pink, AANYAS Boutique, Alex and Ani, Almora Cosmetics, Skirtin Around, The John Stobart Gallery, Hammond Harkins Galleries, Penumbra Photographs, the Cottage Garden,  Vineyard Bath Company, Heath Hen Quilt Shop. Free Wheeling Framer, MV Ocean Sports, Island Fashion, AE Kirkpatrick, Bryn Walker, Claudia Main Street, Mosher Photo, Bunch of Grapes Book Store, Beetlebung, Triple Fire Gallery, Nochi, Beth Buehler, Tisbury, Madame Falgoux Aromathera, Night Heron Gallery, Tyler and Tallulah, Bibis Baby and Kids, In the Pink, Beadniks, Leroux at Home, Matha's Vineyard Furniture, Sports Haven, Shirt Tales, It's Me, Vineyard Time, Kennedy Studios, Rainy Day, GOGO, Mix,  Midnight Farm, The Collection, Uta Kirchlechner, I'll Second That, Two Susans, Shaw Cramer Gallery, Waterside Market, Off Main, MV Mac Sales, The Green Room, Corner Five Surf Company, Tapas Hot Yoga, MV Bodyworks, Black Dog, Moleskine and More, Jenni Bick Studios, La Cave Du Grenier, General Store, Singaraja Imports, Island Color Center, and Coastwise Wharf are locally owned stores.

You can also “like” Small Business Saturday on Facebook by visiting www.facebook.com/shopsmall.

Everyone has locally owned businesses in their community, and shopping on Small Business Saturday is the perfect way to give back to the businesses you know and love in your community.

TELL US: What small businesses do you patronize on Island and what makes them great? Share in the comments below. If we left a small business out of the list, please include it in the comments section.

Angelo Altomare November 24, 2012 at 11:47 AM
Does anyone know the women who makes and sells soap??? I'm trying to get in touch with her to buy stocking stuffers for my wife
Elizabeth OConnor November 24, 2012 at 12:06 PM
Love your article on shopping local - great reminder to us all. Outrageous in Nevine Square in Edgartown does not appear to have made the list. I was there yesterday and there are some fabulous sales. What I love about the store is that the clothes appeal to both my 17-year old daughter and my 82-year old mother-in-law - all one of a kind finds. It is by far my favorite store on island.
Margaret Carroll-Bergman November 24, 2012 at 08:01 PM
Hi Daniel, Please forgive any oversights. We are between editors and I was filling in to help with this story. If any local businesses are left out, my apologies in advance, please add them in the comments section.


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