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Kew Gardens Holiday Crawl Started Sunday, Goes Through Dec. 10

Dec. 4, 2017 By Tara Law

Small businesses have banded together for the first annual Kew Gardens Holiday Shopping Crawl.

The crawl began Sunday and will run through until Dec.10, with approximately 35 businesses across the neighborhood offering special events, discounts, free offerings, demonstrations and raffles.

The Crawl is being organized by Grace Anker, owner of The Potter’s Wheel, as a means to promote small business during the holiday season.

Many local businesses have been holding their own individual events in recent years, but there has been nothing tying them all together, Anker said.

“The more we thought about what local businesses had to offer, the more it seemed like a missed opportunity,” Anker said.

About three dozen businesses have come together. They include:

Alex Feldman Agency, Inc.

Free comprehensive insurance review

Aquarelle Day Spa

Spa party 12/9 & 12/10, 11am to 8 pm, free services, demonstrations, beauty tips, consultations

Ascend Day Spa

10% off new retail products

Ateaz

Austin’s Ale House

Bakers Dozen

C-Town

Dani’s House of Pizza

Dial Locksmiths Services, Inc.

Save $20 off any lock installation through December 31, 2017

Dog Days and Cat Nights

Eye Lab Optician P.C.

2 or a of glasses $99. frames with lens, restrictions apply

Fab Hair Studio

Free manicure

Global Billing & Consulting

10% off all medical billing services (1st year)

Gotham West Realty

Receive a $300 Amazon Gift Card when you list your home with Gotham West Realty. Offer is good starting Dec 3rd through Dec 10th. Some limitations and restrictions apply.

Gray’s Bicycle’s & Accessories

Half off any helmet with bike purchase.

Homestead Gourmet Shop

Raffles, holiday baskets

Kew & Willow Books

Last Call

Mehak Indo & Pak Cuisine

Raffle $25 gift certificate prize

Metropolitan Pharmacy

Holiday basket Raffle. Anyone who makes any purchase between December 3-10 will have a chance to enter.

Mr. Wish Fruit Teas & Beverages

Coupons & amp; vouchers

New Beverly Hills Salon

New Gardens Fish Market

Pink Lily Bakery

Coupon

Potters Wheel

Pradeep Agarwal, CPA, P.C.

10% off 2018 tax prep, see for more details

Print House

Regent Wines & Liquors

REO Chemists

Raffle

Village Diner

To learn more about what’s on offer, visit the Kew Gardens Holiday Shopping Crawl’s Facebook page and look for the event posters, which will appear in the windows of participating stores.

Alternatively, e-mail shoplocalkg@gmail.com

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