Holiday Host & Toast 2022

November 10, 2022

Kick off your holiday season on Sunday, November 13, 2022 with the Downtown Natchez Holiday Host & Toast!!

Over 120 shops, restaurants, and vendors are ready to welcome you!

Join us for Sidewalk sales, Live Music, Kids Activities, Photo Ops, Treats and more from Noon to 4pm.

Don’t forget that many merchants will be open on Sundays through Dec. 18, 2022! Great for taking care of your Christmas list while shopping locally!

Save the Date: Saturday Nov. 26, 2026 for Santa and the annual Lighting of the Christmas tree!

Participating Downtown Merchants:

On Main Street – Darby’s Everything Under the Sun, Rise n Shine Studio, A Gallerie Boutique, Olivina Boutique, The Painted Petal, The Kitchen Bistro & Piano Bar, Locust Alley

On Commerce Street – Natchez Unique, The Shops at KRESS, Natchez Mercantile at Consign & Design

On Franklin Street – Hal Garner at NEST, My Shoe Kloset, Lower Lodge Antiques

Under The Hill – Silver Street Gallery & Gifts, Magnolia Grill

On MLK Street – Soul Fusion Natchez, ChicShak, Doll Baby’s Praise & Dance Hall, Pretty Girls with Brains, Busy Being Amazing, Black Natchez, GMSS, Inc.

All Around Town – Natchez Pedal Cruzer, Rolling N The Dough

Other Open House merchants include: ArtsNatchez, Brakenridge Furniture, Butter Cakery, Mile 363, Miss-Lou Champions Spotlight, Moreton’s Flowerland, Mother’s Natchez, Natchez Coffee Co., Natchez Olive Market, One of a Kind, OutsideIN, Pig Out Inn, Rolling River Reloaded, Soiree Boutique, Steampunk/Papi y Papi, and more!

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