holiday open house2GREENVILLE, Ky. (11/7/13) — This Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 9 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Nov.10 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m., you're invited to enjoy the annual Greenville Main Street Merchants Christmas Open House.

Stores participating include The Depot Gifts and Interiors, now at their new location at 139 North Main. They'll celebrate the season with 20 percent off store wide.

Miss Hoss' Sweet Shop, at 135 South Main, will offer 20 percent off any fudge purchase during the open house.

On Main, a one-of-a-kind gift shop located 133 South Main, will also offer numerous in-store specials and mouth-watering samples of gourmet foods.

The Classic Lady, at 113 North Main, is celebrating 25 years of offering find women's apparel. Enjoy 20 percent off store wide, an special giveaways throughout the weekend.

Merle Norman Cosmetics, located at 109 South Main, will also offer 20 percent off during the Christmas Open House on select merchandise, plus a 10% discount on Vera Bradley handbags and accessories.

Other stores participating in the open house include the House of Onyx, River City Furniture, Main Street Costumes, The Screen Door and Country Market, Attic Heirlooms, Putnam's Pickin's and Friends and The Treasure House.

Paul McRee
Surfky News

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