Powder Springs Small Business Saturday November 27


Powder Spings will be holding its annual Small Business Saturday on November 27.

Read the details in the city’s reprinted press release below:

POWDER SPRINGS – Shop several local stores and join residents in a book chat as part of Powder Springs’ inaugural “One Book – One Town” campaign in a full day of festivities on November 27 at the traditional ” Small Business Saturday “- the following Saturday Thanksgiving.

The day’s events will begin at 10 a.m. when most downtown businesses are open, while three food trucks will be downtown and start welcoming customers at noon. Smith’s Gourmet Creations (SGC) and RBG Cafe will be on Marietta Street, while Plant-Based Snob will be stationed behind Rooted Trading Co.

Karaoke Maxx will be installed on Marietta Street at 1 p.m. to give attendees the chance to sing their favorite songs.

The first book discussion on the young adult novel “Why We Fly” by Kimberly Jones and Gilly Segal will take place between The Book Worm Bookstore and Rooted from 2 pm to 3 pm “Why We Fly” is Powder Springs’ first book ” One Book – One City ”to bring the community closer together through literacy.

It will also be an opportunity to learn more about the campaign because there is still time to participate before the book signing scheduled for December 10.

Other businesses that will be open throughout the day include The Fancy Peacock Salon, Hand-Me-Up’s Consignment, Liz By Design Photography, Marilyn’s Salon and Pear Tree Home.Florist.Gifts, as well as Nibbles Kitchen and Bar restaurants, Suga’s Pimento Cheeses and Sweet Southern Coffee and Dessert.

Marietta Street between Oakview Drive / Lewis Road and Pineview / Murray Avenue will be closed at 10 a.m. for festivities and to allow pedestrian traffic between stores.

The festivities and the closure of Marietta Street will end around 5 p.m., although downtown businesses may remain open beyond this hour.

The Town of Powder Springs is proud to support its businesses downtown and throughout the city, and encourage residents and visitors to do their local shopping on Small Business Saturdays and throughout the holiday season.


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