SUMMIT, NJ - Summit Downtown, Inc. has been distributing 'Snowflake Dollars' throughout the holiday season. 'Snowflake Dollars' can be spent like cash at participating merchants, and now the full range of participating Hilltop City businesses accepting this currency has been detailed.
Merchants accepting 'Snowflake Dollars' through December 31 include: A.Home, A to Zoom, Ahrre's Coffee Roastery, Anspach Opticians, Artists & Architects Salon, Badawang Art, Batavia Café, beautylounge, Bella Ro, Boxwood Coffee, Brownie Points Bakery, Cove Carpet One Floor & Home, Donna Donaldson Home & Interiors, Fiorino Ristorante, Frederic Goodman Jewelers, GreatHouse Bonny Neiman, Gigi's Cupcakes, Hawthorne, Home Again Design, J. McLaughlin, Junior League of Summit Thrift Shop, Laura Clare, Makeovers, Miss Juli's Boutique, Momentum Cycling & Fitness, Peanut Gallery, Pereaux Interior Design, Rosalita Mexican, Salon 44, Schroth & Lorenson Jewelers, Scotti's Record Shop, Summit Diner, Summit Frame & Art, Summit Ski & Sport, Sweat Factory, Sweet Nothings, Tito's Burritos, The Committed Pig, The Papery, The Red Balloon, The Silver Lining, The Summit Teapot, The Toy Professor, The Wine List of Summit, Vita Organic Food, WalkWell Shoes, Winberie’s Restaurant & Bar, Willow St., Wool & Grace, and 2nd Time Around.
Last Call for Horse & Carriage Rides
The last day for horse and carriage rides will be December 16, from 7 to 9 p.m. Rides, sponsored by Regal Bank, begin at Lyric Park, located at the corner of Beechwood Road and Bank Street.
On Saturday, December 17, local Girl Scout troops -- including Brayton 4th Graders, Franklin 3rd Graders, and Washington 5th Graders -- will be caroling in downtown Summit spreading holiday spirit.