If haven’t haven’t yet heard, this Thursday will be the last chance to experience the festive Downtown Holiday Stroll and catch a carriage ride, a photo with Santa, entertainment from Ovations, and do a little last-minute holiday shopping. Here’s our line-up of the best places to stop by while you’re downtown this Thursday.
If you only have $5.00 to spend on Thursday, go spend it on Ian Danziger and get your photo with Santa. Ian has been doing the Santa Photos for the last several years in a row and has always put out a quality print that will make your year memorable. Look for the building at Martha’s Corner.
The Vintage Rose
Crashing onto the scene with a bang this past November, The Vintage Rose has easily become a darling of downtown Sapulpa. There’s not another place in town where you can find such an assortment of handmade, vintage and antique wares of all kinds. Two floors of awesomeness await and you’re luck, because they’re staying open late for ‘The Stroll.
If the class hasn’t filled up yet, you can get in to Over Edukated to paint a gingerbread man (or woman), $15.00 per child painter, $25 per adult painter (11″ x 14″ canvas). All supplies included. There’s limited seating on this one, so you may want to register for the class here.
Little Bit of Country
Also known as Sapulpa Mercantile, I love stopping in this store just for the western decor and Plaster Paint. Thursday will give you more reason to go however, because they’re hosting a Rustic Cuff Trunk show this time, officially starting at 10am, but not ending until 7:30pm. These are highly popular, so be sure to get yours early!
Ceramics and arts-and-crafters by heart, the folks at Junkin’ Jypsies have been running a corresponding class to the downtown Holiday Stroll, allowing you and your kiddos to stop in and paint a ceramic ornament. This will be your last chance to do so, at $5 for adults, and $3 for children.