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Small Business Saturday, Shop Our Smallest: Roosevelt Island Historical Society Kiosk

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Something for everyone, shelves filled with New York and Roosevelt Island themed gifts and souvenirs.
Something for everyone, shelves filled with New York and Roosevelt Island themed gifts and souvenirs.

Small Business Saturday fills the seasonal shopping vacuum the instant Black Friday fades. On Roosevelt Island, it's ideal for supporting the Roosevelt Island Historical Society's Visitor Kiosk. No group does more to make visitors feel welcome here, and nowhere else is better stocked with locally themed merch. Here's just some of what you can find.

For our fast growing community of dogs, key chains from Marc Tetro.
For our fast growing community of dogs, key chains from Marc Tetro.

Over 65% of money spent in the community stays in the community. It's valuable for all of us when we buy local, and no time's better than Small Business Saturday.

New York City themed ornaments make great souvenir gifts, stirring memories for years to come.
New York City themed ornaments make great souvenir gifts, stirring memories for years to come.

 

Roosevelt Island Designer Tees by Julia Gash at bargain prices.
Roosevelt Island Designer Tees by Julia Gash at bargain prices.

 

Roosevelt Island caps, lids that fit all four seasons.
Roosevelt Island caps, lids that fit all four seasons.

 

Magnets make great stocking stuffers, Secret Santa surprises, and they stick all year.
Magnets make great stocking stuffers, Secret Santa surprises, and they stick all year.

 

Soft totes for a changing world that doesn't waste but still loves colorful design.
Soft totes for a changing world that doesn't waste but still loves colorful design.

Support the Roosevelt Island Historical Society and our other hard-working entrepreneurs on Small Business Saturday.

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