There are so many unique ways to buy local produce and items for the holiday season. Currituck County residents can find unique gifts at several local retailers including Beach Bums in Barco. Beach Bums rolls out holiday items and always has the best work from local artists. Currituck County residents can also help the less fortunate by visiting Beach Bums as they will be working with the local Toys for Tots chapter to help kids in need. From now until November 16th Currituck County residents that spend at least $50 will receive two raffle tickets to Beach Bum’s Christmas Extravaganza. Beach Bum’s Christmas Extravaganza takes place November 17th and proceeds will benefit Toys for Tots. Currituck County residents can also drop off gifts for Toys for Tots at Beach Bums now through Christmas.
Other Currituck County shops are getting ready for the holidays. Country Charm in Moyock features lots of different gift ideas and holiday items for sale. Country Charm also sells holiday-themed Yankee Candles in addition to its usual wide-variety of candles and other gift ideas. Residents can also buy local gifts at Lammers Stained Glass & Gifts in Powells Point and pick up some great hand blown glass ornaments or gourmet items for the chefs in the family.
The holiday season wouldn’t be complete without great local produce to help create the perfect meal to shrare with family. Buy local produce at Coinjock Creek Farms on Maple Road, which offers seasonal herbs and vegetables. Currituck County residents can buy local produce at Morris Farm Market in Barco. Located at the 158/168 split, Morris Farm Market is the best place to go to buy local produce like fall cider. Powells Roadside Market in Sligo is another great place to buy local produce. No trip to Powells in the Fall would be complete without a hayride, and don’t forget to pick up a Christmas tree.
No holiday meal is complete without great local corn, which residents will find at the family owned and operated Roberts Ridge Farm in Shawboro. Buy local produce of all varieties here but make sure to pick up extra corn. For the family that loves its seafood with Thanksgiving or Christmas dinner, a stop to buy local produce at either Rose Produce and Seafood in Grandy or Tarheel Produce in Jarvisburg will satisfy your family’s needs.
With all the different options to buy local produce and gifts in Currituck County, residents shouldn’t feel like they need to go anywhere else. Buying local gifts will not only put a smile on the face of those that receive the gifts, but will help lift the community as a whole. Supporting local business will help give back to the community plus allow residents to enjoy great gifts and great meals.