Featured Sale: Annual Fall Sale at Paper Skyscraper
This weekend, don’t miss the Annual Fall Sale at Paper Skyscraper with clearance on discontinued items, scratch and dent, and slightly damaged packaging. Also on sale:
25% OFF ALL CANDLES including Volcano, Voluspa and Ella B and 25% OFF ALL PUZZLES including new arrivals and David French. Stock up on gifts and start your holiday shopping next weekend with unique treasures and hot deals from Paper Skyscraper Sale runs:
- 10-7pm Friday, Sept. 18th
- 10-6pm Saturday, Sept.19th
- 12-5pm Sunday, September 20th
Waverly launches a Spend More Get More $$ Promo
Beginning on Sept. 14, when you spend money at participating Waverly shops, you’ll earn Waverly Gold tokens, which are redeemable at our participating restaurants and services. You may earn tokens from Sept. 14-28, 2020. Tokens will then be redeemable at select Waverly restaurants and services from Sept. 14 to Oct. 15, 2020. Visit www.waverlyclt.com/waverlygold for more details.
Mint Museum Store 25% off Pottery
ALL POTTERY IS 25% OFF FOR THE ENTIRE MONTH OF SEPTEMBER AT THE MINT MUSEUM STORE. In addition, with a purchase of $200 or more of pottery, you will receive a free hardcover copy of the beautiful book North Carolina Pottery: The Collections of the Mint Museums valued at $39.95.
Mint Museum Store Uptown 704.337.2061500 South Tryon Street
Parking at Levine Center of the Arts – deck between Tryon and Church Street
Temporary Hours: Tuesday – Saturday 10-4, Sunday 1-5
Mint Museum Store Randolph is Temporarily Closed
GROW, a new plant shop built out of a shipping container around the back of Moxie Mercantile sells plants, planters, and other home /gifting accessories like candles and baskets.
ORGANIC BRONZE BAR now open in SouthPark, offering spray tans, made with all natural and organic ingredients
Earth Fare Comeback ~ The Charlotte Ledger reports that Earth Fare has signed leases to reopen its old stores in Ballantyne, Fort Mill and Concord and considering reopening its location in SouthPark plus an undisclosed fifth Charlotte-area spot.
QC Nerve reports that in a Covid pivot, Earl’s Grocery has relaunched as more of a neighborhood grocery store instead of an eatery, “now offering a well-curated mix of everyday products and specialty items, including a handful of local favorites such as Homeland Creamery milk, Duke’s Bread, Chef Alyssa’s Spreads, Cannizzaro sauces, and Pure Intentions Coffee plus restaurant-grade meat from purveyors such as Springer Mountain Chicken, Koch Turkey, Beeler Pork and Brasstown beef.”
New Jewelry for Fall
Scout & Molly’s SouthPark
Mint Museum Shop
Campbell and Charlotte
New Fashions & Home Buys
The Little Red Shop