By Raye-Lynn Marquez
Special to Dixon Patch
It's that time of the year again and the is getting into the Christmas Spirit.
The DBBA ’s Holiday Open House will kick off this year with a Christmas Boutique presented by Soroptimist International of Dixon.
The boutique will be held Saturday, Nov. 19, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at . Enjoy a buffet lunch prepared by the Soroptimists.
Fifteen-dollar donation, with all proceeds going back to the community. There will be many vendors and crafters.
Make sure your next stop is . They will be hosting their ‘Holiday Fantasy’ Saturday, Nov. 19 from 3-7 p.m., and on Sunday, Nov. 20, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The staff at Dixon Florist will offer refreshments and has beautiful displays of Christmas decorations, home décor, jewelry, and more. They are celebrating 49 years of business at 150 East A Street in downtown Dixon.
Don't miss stopping by the inside the renovated old Dixon Firehouse, 140 North Jackson, where there is not only several exquisite, chandelier adorned dining areas, there is also beautiful hair bands, hats, purses, toys, and of course, tea cups and teas.
at 265 North First Street, is offering a 10 percent discount additionally on Friday evening from 5-7 p.m. as well as the other two days. Comfy Furniture also does special orders and offers a wide variety of living room and dining room selections.
For shoppers looking for truly one-of-a-kind gift items, the offers everything from clothing to yard decorations. Exquisite blown glass, hand-sewn clothing or gifts, as well as home made soaps, candles, and jewelry are just some of the huge selection.
For those of you that haven't had a chance to visit some of our other Downtown shops such as , and make sure to check out these stores for some great gift ideas. All three businesses offer jewelry, purses and many more unique gift ideas.
is a Baker's Paradise offering everything you could ever want for cake decorating and baking. Stop in and take a peek.
Several other downtown merchants will also be having special menus or sales, or discounted services during the event and the public is encouraged to keep their local tax dollars working for them by spending it locally.