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Visit
HeartBeat,
13 N.
Main Street, Bel Air, to
see their new Brighton
Charm Bar hundreds
of unique Brighton
beads, spacers, and
charms to express your
creativity in a gift or for
yourself! Sophisticated jewelry by other designers
as well, including Shaune Bazner, Anne Koplik
and venetian glass jewelry by Andrea Menghetti.
TinyToes,
4 N. Main Street,
Bel Air, has the toys your little
bunny will want to cuddle, along
with comfortable and fashionable
clothing for babies and toddlers
to size 6.
Tsunami tubes slender, elegant,
mouth-blown matte-finish glass
tubes that provide an accent of
color, whether singly or in a
grouping. Available at
Two
Sisters Gallery,
328 S. Main
St., Bel Air.
Chamilia bracelets
and beads, at
Island
Jack,
114 N.
Washington Street,
Havre de Grace,
complement any fashion,
to make a unique
statement about your
taste, enthusiasm and style.
Tiddlywinks Toys,
17
N. Main Street, Bel
Air, carries the toys,
games, books and
crafts that will
enhance a child's
learning through play.
From pocket toys and
games, to rugged play
vehicles, you'll find something for each stage of
development.
Wockenfuss Candies,
20 Fulford
Avenue, Bel Air, has all the
traditional delights chocolates,
caramels, marzipans, and candy
canes of all sizes.
Baubles, Bangles and Bright Shopportunities
A few suggestions for gift shopping to Keep it Local. The 3/50 Project reminds us that for every
$100 spent in locally owned stores, $68 is retained through taxes, payroll and other expenditures.
The same amount spent in a national chain retains only $43 for the local economy. When you
look at it that way, why WOULDN'T you do all your holiday shopping locally?
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