March Into Randolph

March Into Randolph Event

With Winter almost over, it’s time to get outside! Get ready to march into Randolph on Saturday, March 3, 2018! From 10am to 2 pm, participating businesses will be listed on a “Passport” (available at the Randolph Library) – visit the stores, get your passport punched by as many businesses as you can, and enter your passport in a raffle for different gift baskets full of goods from these Randolph businesses! The more punches you get, the more chances to win!

Start at the Randolph Library, where your imagination can take you anywhere! Go next door to the Randolph Historical Society and check out their interesting exhibits about businesses in Randolph throughout the years, as well as an impressive military exhibit upstairs. Then, get your vehicle ready for spring by stopping at Randolph Auto Supply, just a few doors down on Jamestown Street.

You’ll probably need some more cash before visiting the rest of the businesses on the passport: stop at Cattaraugus County Bank, which is open on Saturdays until noon! Just across the street at Landmark Chevrolet, you can get your vehicle serviced or take a look at something new, now that warmer weather is here…

March on over to The Inn on Bank Street – Randolph’s newest overnight accommodations – the Innkeeper will show you around at the Open House!

Head over to the Randolph Fire Hall on Main Street, where Expressions Performing Arts Center is hosting its “Just for the Ladies” fundraising event to send their dancers to a competition in Florida this summer. Take a drive out to Simply Natural Gift Shop on Pope Road where you can meet the herd at Mike and Sue Bean’s Alpaca farm. Be sure to meet Judy Korff’s herd of suri alpacas, Muscovy ducks, and Sebastopol Geese at LadySong Farm on Bunker Hill Road!

Head back downtown and visit Inkley’s Pharmacy, where you can find a variety of nice gifts. Just a few doors down, Randolph Retail Company, home of tasteful clothing, charming jewelry and more, has a little treat waiting for you. There, you can also visit Creating Keepsakes, where owner Vicki Reding does custom framing and sign making and teaches painting classes. Go through the doorway and step into Yarn for Ewe in its new location  – you’ll find a wealth of yarn, needles, and patterns! Head across the street to Senn-sations Salon & Day Spa–try a new look for spring or book a pedicure to get ready for spring break! Then, why not think of all the birds soon to be arriving at your feeder this month? Get to Stillwater Feeds, where you can find all kinds of goodies for your outdoor and indoor pets!

These and more Randolph businesses will be looking forward to seeing you on Saturday, March 3! Look for details and updates here or find Enjoy Randolph on Facebook!