1 Add to your collectibles or find something nice for the house.
Antique and collectible shops participating in Small Business Saturday include J Street Vintage on Jefferson St., an eclectic cottage full on “nitty, gritty and pretty.” Also, Kay’s Collectibles on High St. has over 3,500 square feet of antiques, glass, books, records, pottery, china, cameras and vintage radios.
2 Find a gift for you mother-in-law, or other difficult to shop for relative.
A wide variety of unique gifts can be found in Jefferson City. The charming Schaefer House on Broadway St. has an always-changing range of home furnishings, accessories and gifts. At Southbank Gift Company on High St. the new and the old are combined into a stash that holds the perfect gift for any event. And the eclectic Samuel’s Tuxedos on High St. is full of much more than clothing and accessories, including toys, books, home décor items and novelties.
3 Make beautiful music.
Have a piano or guitar collecting dust? You could call JC Music Academy for a lesson or two. Music lessons make a great gift also. Or, looking for a new instrument? Will West Music and Sound on Missouri Blvd. has an incredible inventory of all things music and the most famous brands available including Fender, QSC, Yahama, JBL, Pearl, Ludwig, Zildjian, Gibralter and Dixon.
4 Relax a little.
You can step into tranquility and social connection by reserving a table in one of Renee’s Tea and Treasures’ quaint little tea rooms for one of their specialty teas. While at Renee’s location on E. High St., you can browse a selection of tea and tea accessories, as well as a wide variety of gifts. Topical Vibes on Jefferson St. is a holistic health boutique that has art, jewelry, essential oils, soaps, CBD products.
5 Pick up some championship swag.
Included in the unique variety of gifts, clothing, jewelry, kitchen and baby items at Carrie’s Hallmark Shop downtown is a large selection of Kansas City Chiefs clothing, accessories and gear.
6 Save some money.
Classroom Connection, an educational materials shop in E. McCarty, is offering 25% off all in-stock inventory, which includes a large selection of early childhood learning toys, puzzles and games, including the highly-regarded Melissa & Doug brand of toys. Coleman Appliance on Madison St. has big savings on GE appliances. While there you can check out their new line of Missouri-made Smokin Brothers grills.
7 Get a little artsy.
The Art Bazaar on E. High Street has art and gifts created by area artists.
8 Expand your horizons.
Bird watchers will love the retail experience at Birds-I-View on Ellis Blvd., which is stocked with food, products and information for bird lovers from bird lovers. Likewise for pet lovers, Premium Pets on E. McCarty and Big Horn Drive is dedicated to a healthy diet for your pet, and stocks their shelves with products that make pet care easier. U.S. Rents-It on Industrial Dr. is a pioneer in the rental business and has a full line of Stihl products.
9 Update your wardrobe.
Kay’s Consignment on Jefferson St. is offering up to 50% off select items. Kay’s offers women’s clothing, accessories and small home décor. The Snob Shop on E. High St. buys and sells gently used clothes and accessories for men and women and has top brands for up to 70% off mall prices. Mattie Grace Boutique on Jefferson St. is a quaint shop that carries affordable women’s clothing, jewelry and accessories.
10 Create a keepsake
At Unique Creations you can paint your own pottery, creating unique gifts and keepsakes that will last a lifetime. The studio is located on E. High St. Marble Graphics on Jefferson St. is more than a trophy shop, with the ability to preserve the memory of any special event or milestone with a customized memento.