HADDONFIELD, NJ — Downtown Haddonfield will kick off the holiday shopping season with Small Business Weekend Nov. 27-29.
Merchants along Kings Highway and Haddonfield’s side streets — including Mechanic, Ellis and Tanner Streets, Haddy Lane, Kings Court, and Haddon Avenue — offer a wide selection of gifts for friends and family, with extra shopping incentives, trunk shows, and other promotions. Free parking will also be available from Thanksgiving through Christmas Day.
Black Friday also marks the kick-off to the Downtown’s signature Candlelight Shopping holiday season event, which takes place from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. Read more here: Candlelight Shopping Kicks Off Holiday Season In Haddonfield
Downtown Haddonfield will be brimming with sparkling white lights and garland wreaths. Every Friday evening leading up to Christmas Day, the streets of Downtown Haddonfield will be lined with luminaria for Candlelight Shopping.
“This year everyone has had to make some adjustments, and we are especially grateful for all who have shown support by shopping and dining small in Downtown Haddonfield during these challenging times,” Partnership for Haddonfield Retail Coordinator Remi Fortunato said. “Our Downtown is looking forward to welcoming families and friends to enjoy a one-of-a-kind shopping experience during Small Business Weekend.”
In addition to unique clothing, gift, bridal, and novelty shops, Haddonfield offers an assortment of dining options — including fine restaurants, a brewery, a wine tasting room, coffee, and sweet treat shops. Fine chef-owned BYOBs offer a range of cuisines such as Italian, Asian, Mediterranean, and more. Fun and casual dining offers include hoagies, pizza, crêpes, vegan options and more. An array of gourmet and food-oriented retailers sell everything from gourmet cupcakes and specialty olive oils to food items from France and the British Isles.
Downtown Haddonfield is adhering to state guidelines by requiring visitors to wear masks indoors, not only for their safety but for the safety of others around them. Masks should also be worn outdoors when six feet of social distance cannot be practiced. Social distancing should be maintained between visitors wherever possible, and hand sanitizing protocols should be practiced.
The Partnership for Haddonfield (PfH), the management corporation for Haddonfield’s business improvement district, thanks all who have shown support to the businesses by shopping in-store and online, buying gift certificates, taking part in virtual experience classes, or choosing to dine or take-out or delivery from Haddonfield’s food and beverage establishments.
For more information about shopping in Haddonfield, call the Haddonfield Information Center at 856-216-7253 or visit DowtownHaddonfield.com.