Shop Local With Our Holiday Gift Guide!

bemerryshoplocal.jpgThanksgiving is upon us, and with it, the beginning of the holiday shopping season. Instead of the big-box hustle and bustle of Black Friday, we at the Northcenter Chamber encourage you to visit local, independently-owned businesses in our neighborhood to do your holiday shopping.

November 28th is Small Business Saturday, and we hope you'll shop local!

There's something for everyone among Northcenter's shops and boutiques, many of which have online shops as well for added convenience. To help you find that perfect gift in the neighborhood, we've created a gift guide with locally-available gifts for everyone, from clothes and accessories to home goods and more! We hope you'll take advantage of this tool on Small Business Saturday and whenever you do your holiday shopping. Be on the lookout for more great deals and events later this week!

From all of us at the Northcenter Chamber, have a very happy Thanksgiving and a very safe, happy and festive start to the holiday season. We're thankful to be part of such an amazing neighborhood!

View and Download the NCC Holiday Gift Guide!


November 20, 2015 at 12pm - 12pm
All Over the Northcenter Neighborhood!
4054 N Lincoln
Chicago, IL 60618
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