The retailers at Town Center are ready for the hustle and bustle of the holiday season. “Town Center Plaza has always been a place of joy and festive holiday shopping from Black Friday through the holiday season,” says Brecklyn Wright, the director of marketing. “This year will be the same, with extra thoughtful additions for shopper cheer.”
Be sure to check out several of the newly opened stores at Town Center—including Dry Goods at Town Center Plaza, and League of Rebels and Peloton at Town Center Crossing.
Holiday Lights Galore
Groundskeepers have added festive landscaping, new holiday lighted décor, and cheerful mural paintings around every nook and cranny of Town Center Plaza this year. Guests aren’t just shopping; they’re shopping in a winter wonderland!
Shoppers are encouraged to spread holiday cheer to the children at KidsTLC with convenient donation drop-off locations at Town Center Plaza and Town Center Crossing. With more kids than ever on KidsTLC’s expanded campus this December, the need for gifts and donations is extensive.
Look for a KidsTLC storefront in the former Coldwater Creek location through December. “We’re going to decorate the windows with some handcrafted whimsy,” says Elizabeth Hall, the director of campus and community engagement for KidsTLC. “In addition to our website, it will be a place where folks can gather details about the giving program and find various merchants who will have collection boxes in their stores. It will also be a holiday workshop on select days where gifts will be wrapped and sorted.” Macy’s and Matthew Made Art are also collaborating with KidsTLC to guarantee a brighter holiday for all. (Check TownCenterPlaza.com for retailer discount incentives for donors and holiday wish lists.)
Santa Claus Is Coming To Town—Center, That Is
The big guy in red has landed in a 9,000-square-foot indoor space this year. The private, appointment-only photo tradition features a socially distanced professional photo session with Santa Claus. Appointments can be made at JordanPhotography.com.
If you’re looking to check off your holiday shopping list (and say hi to Santa), there’s no better place to do it than Town Center Plaza’s festive shopping district. “We’re looking forward to a sense of normalcy at our open-air shopping center this year,” says Wright. “Cheerful holiday shopping, happening safely, is our top priority.”