We’re coming down to the deadline, with only a few more days until Christmas. But now’s not the time to panic. These places make it easy to finish your shopping!
Coppes Commons houses a collection of unique shoppes and eateries, featuring fresh soft pretzels made from an old family recipe, over 50 flavors of gourmet popcorn, Amish-style baked goods pulled fresh from the oven, flash-frozen ice cream made before your eyes, bulk foods, signature BBQ lunches, specialty toys, a bookstore, home decor, antiques, and more!
It’s all there at Essenhaus Village Shops
Put together the perfect gift (and get it wrapped for free) at the Village Shops at Essenhaus. Pick from any or all of the five stores for delectable foods, jewelry, home decor or quilts. Choosing might be the hardest part!
One of a kind at Goertzan Pottery
Goertzen Pottery offers pottery you can’t find elsewhere, which means your friends can’t easily go out and copy you! The wood-fired works of art range from simple bowls to Insta-worthy steins, all from potters producing on-site.
All things homey at Linton’s
Breeze through Linton’s Enchanted Gardens and you’ll find everything from home decor to plants to accessories such as coveted Vera Bradley handbags. You’ll find out why Linton’s is far, far more than a garden center. (Oh, and you can recharge with a snack at the Garden Cafe while you’re at it.)
Clean the slate at Soapy Gnome
The Soapy Gnome is the perfect quick stop for a hostess gift. Whether you’re making an out-of-town trip or just crossing town for a holiday party, you’ll delight your hosts with a hand-crafted soap or skincare product featuring all-natural ingredients.
A bit of candy heaven in Wakarusa
You’ll think you died and went to candy heaven here. You can start with the beloved jumbo jelly beans, but your head will turn when you realize Wakarusa Dime Store stocks all your childhood candy favorites. (Zagnut? Yes!) Before you leave, take home a pound of their gourmet fudge or a sack of novelty candies for the road.
Take a taste of Amish Country
Shopping at Dutch Country Market is an amazing experience in and of itself, but when you top it off with the perfect jar of honey - made right from hives on-site by owner Norm Lehman - well, then, you have your own taste of Amish Country right there.