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Andersons Larchmont Launches 'Holiday Wish List' Program

Andersons Larchmont Launches 'Holiday Wish List' Program

Your family can add items to a wish list that will be kept on file to simplify holiday shopping.

Holiday shopping can be time consuming, stressful, and tedious–not to mention expensive. This year, Andersons Larchmont has launched a “Holiday Wish List” program that will help families keep their shopping stress free, local, and guaranteed to make everyone smile. You can stop into the store to create a list filled with items (books, antique maps and prints, seasonal gifts, greeting cards, puzzles, games, or toys, just to name a few Andersons pieces) that will be kept on file so you can ensure everyone on your shopping list receives something they love.

Andersons also has a new in-store community space that is transformed into an arts and crafts room on Sundays, which is great for crafty kids. Tables are filled with glitter glue, glow-in-the-dark glue, sequins, googly eyes, crayons, craypas, and rhinestones, and kids are encouraged to put their own artistic spin on their creations. Last weekend’s art project was paper bag scarecrows. The last Sunday in November, Nov. 24, kids will have a chance to make a gift, such as a frame or bookmark, for someone they love on their own holiday shopping list. This further simplifies your holiday to-do list.

Crafts are available on a first come, first serve basis for children ages four and older. Younger children are welcome to come create, but must be accompanied by a parent or caregiver. For more information on the gifts available at Andersons, the book collection, and events happening in the community space, head to the bookstore’s website.

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Author: Jacqueline Neber is an assistant editor and a graduate of The Writing Seminars at Johns Hopkins University. When she's not focused on writing special needs and education features, you can find her petting someone else's dog. See More

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