Anchorspace Potsdam, a coworking space owned by Nicole Ouellette, hosted a grand opening party on Thursday, February 28. Read about the ribbon cutting. Welcome to Potsdam, Nicole!
LIONS HOST SKATING — Skaters of all ages enjoyed free time slots on the ice at Sandstone Arena in Potsdam during the holidays, sponsored by the Raquette River Lions Club. The Lions thank Potsdam Recreation Director Trey Smutz for an excellent job providing great skating conditions for all.
Five Guys Ribbon Cutting – Friday, December 14 at 10:30 AM
Saturday, November 24, 2018
Small Business Saturday is the annual holiday shopping tradition that gets communities everywhere out in support of their favorite small businesses. Because when they thrive, we all thrive. This year the Potsdam Chamber of Commerce will let you know all the wonderful things our member businesses are doing on this great holiday shopping day!
Check out all the great things happening in Potsdam this Saturday:
SLC Arts Art Market, 10 AM – 4 PM
SLC Arts Gallery at Potsdam Town Hall, 18 Elm St, Potsdam
Ten local artists display original artwork and fine handcrafts for sale, including jewelry, pottery, and fiber art. SLC Arts promotes collaboration within the arts community, and encourages public and private support of and involvement in the arts, throughout St. Lawrence County and the surrounding region.
Treasures Cove Promotions, 8 AM – 8 PM
22 Market St, Potsdam
~ First 10 customers receive$5 TC Bucks to spend in store
~Pick a gift box to receive your disc off your entire purchase
~Receive $5 TC Bucks for every$20 sale to redeem after December 1
*Treasures Cove is Potsdam Chamber Business Leader, and we thank them for their support!*
Hannawa Falls, call for appointment 315-212-3066
Pop in to pick up any product at 15% discount: think gifts and gifts for yourself!
Trillium Yoga Center Community Yoga, 9 – 10 AM
42 1/2 Elm St, Potsdam
Community Yoga on Saturday mornings offers students an opportunity to enjoy yoga with a variety of Trillium teachers. No materials or experience needed. Suggested drop-in rate $5-10.
Tactics Live Adventure & Escape Games, 12pm – 10pm
5 Market St, Potsdam
Play on Small Business Saturday and use code SATURDAY to receive 15% off your game!
Potsdam Food Co-op, 8 AM – 7 PM
24 Elm St, Potsdam
Stop in and show your support for your local Food Co-op. Receive a 10% discount on Holiday Gift Items all day long!
4F Running, 11 AM – 7 PM
75 Market St, Potsdam
Black Friday Deals all weekend! All shoes 10% off and AfterShokz Trekz Air only $119.95.
Grace Boutique Sales, 11 AM – 6 PM
78 Market St, Potsdam
Gift certificate raffle (one entry with purchase)
20% off all Twila Basley items
10% off clothing (excludes baby/children’s items)
Thriftique, 9 AM – 5 PM
145 Market St, Potsdam (Seacomm Plaza)
Sale! 20% off everything!
Brick & Mortar Music Discounts, 10 AM – 2 PM
15 Market St, Potsdam
Huge Holiday Discounts including 20% off Guitars, Basses and Ukeleles!
Today’s Hair & Day Spa, 9 AM – 3 PM
36 Market St, Potsdam
1) 35% off Product gift sets
2) spa gift packages available for purchase
3) Free paraffin treatment with purchase of half hour massage and express pedicure
4) Free eyebrow arch when you book a dimensional color
5) Free peppermint foot scrub with purchase of one hour massage
Inquire in-store for more holiday season specials!
Congratulations to this week’s Business Leader Maple Run Emporium! Founder and owner Mary Hilton had a maple farm years ago and people would come from all around to tap her trees and acquire sap. She had always loved the smell and taste of the syrup and knew that it could be used in other, more extravagant ways. In her shop, you will find massive amounts of items into which maple has been incorporated. Hilton claims that this brings out the best in the product. For example, in barbecue sauce the taste is unbeatable. It brings out notes that one would not normally taste in regular barbecue sauce. Hilton says that maple also stimulates creativity in artists and cooks. To those who have never tasted genuine maple product before, she suggests you try a single maple candy because it is the purest form of maple
Hilton looks forward to SummerFest the most each year because she can highlight the amazing local art produced each year. Being as passionate about art as she is has led her shop to be one of the most aesthetically pleasing on Market St. The art and cookware in the store is well worth the price. These are items that will last years, generations through generations. It is an investment that you won’t forget!
The best part about the art she sells is that is it all local. Buying a piece from her shop helps support local artists. Also, many of the items are handmade, such as the maple stained glass leaves made by Tina Link from Gouverneur. These will make your Christmas tree, and their beauty is unmatched.
North Country made products are distinct and at Maple Run Emporium you can find some of the best items our region has to offer. Visit this cozy shop on Market St and meet Ms. Hilton!! It will be an experience you can’t forget 🍁🍂
Congratulations to Cheryl’s Diner for being the Business Leader of the Week! Cheryl’s Diner is a locally owned restaurant owned by Cheryl Denny. The diner was established nearly 12 years ago on November 7, 2006 when her sister had come up with the idea to buy the diner. After about a year, Cheryl took over as full-time owner and operator. Cheryl’s offers an energy that is unbeatable to chain-owned diners. Walking in, it is a small space but don’t let that fool you, the portions are enough to feed two (even if you’re just getting eggs and toast)!
When Cheryl was 18, she waitressed to pay for school and helped her father cook at a local diner on the weekends, this is where she first learned the tricks of the trade. However, it was at Nin’s that she perfected her craft. Nin taught her everything she knows and instilled in her the importance of making everything from scratch. All of Cheryl’s dishes are homemade and she wouldn’t have it any other way. When asked what the secret is to having a successful diner, Cheryl emphasized the importance of customer service, customer satisfaction, and community. Everyone who walks in the door is treated as family and if you have a concern about something, Cheryl will personally take care of it. Every person who works there is someone who has been in the restaurant business for 6+ years, which helps the diner run effectively and efficiently. Cheryl said “When you’re in this type of business, you’re a lifer.” This proves her loyalty to her customers and the community. Cheryl’s is here to stay, and in the future she hopes to eventually find the perfect location to move and grow her business. If you’re looking for a bite to eat and a laugh, visit her and all the wonderful staff on 219 State Highway 11B Potsdam, New York.
P.S. Matty says “Get the fish fry!”
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