Main Street Duncan starts the holiday shopping season with 36th Annual Holiday Stroll.

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Downtown Duncan merchants are preparing for the annual Holiday Stroll event on Saturday, November 19th from 5-8 PM.

“The holiday stroll is the retail event of the season for downtown Duncan,” said Main Street Duncan Board Member Tara Harper, “and something we’ve enjoyed doing with friends and family for years. The stores offer something new, fun games, and in store specials.”

Downtown Duncan businesses are busy preparing for the 36th Holiday Stroll. This annual tradition is a favorite amongst the retail business owners and those in the community. Families and visitors from out-of-town fill downtown Duncan for this merry event. Many of the retailers will offer discounted shopping, door prizes or giveaways, and will have new merchandise for the shoppers during the stroll. Various vendors and other non-profit organizations will be setup on the sidewalks to sell their goods or pass out free materials to those passing by to shop. In addition to the Main Street businesses 10th to 7th St, there will be shopping opportunities in The Duncan Tower on 9th St. and at The Exchange Boardroom and Event Center at 929 W. Walnut.

“The holiday stroll is the retail event of the season for downtown Duncan,” said Main Street Duncan Board Member Tara Harper, “and something we’ve enjoyed doing with friends and family for years. The stores offer something new, fun games, and in store specials.”

“This event is a great way to kick-off the holiday season and get in the Christmas spirit.” Said Executive Director Billie Strutton “In addition to great sales, shoppers will get to visit with Santa and one of his Elves as he strolls from store-to-store, take a picture by his sleigh, and vote on their favorite Christmas window display!”

For more information about the Holiday email to mainstreetduncan@sbcglobal.net or visitduncan.org.

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