It's that time of year again! The leaves are getting brighter, and the weather is getting colder. On the Church Street Marketplace, we have everything you need to keep you warm and cozy during the Fall season.
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There's nothing like a warm cup of coffee or tea on a chilly fall day. Uncommon Grounds has a huge selection of freshly brewed coffees and teas, as well as some sweet and savory fall treats. Be sure to stop in and find your favorite!
Friday, March 17th
11am - Live Irish Music
Traditional Irish Music is a full body experience: the upbeat tempos compel you to dance a jig, clap your hands and join in. That’s what trad music is all about, joining in and having the craic (fun).
4pm - The Brayzen Heads
Dave Gilmore & Shane Farrell draw on years of experience playing traditional tunes, drinking anthems and contemporary ballads!
10pm - The...
While some spend their winters in the mountains, others are much happier spending cold days curled up by the fire. If you need some fresh ideas for how to use those chilly days, this post is for you!
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You can never go wrong with a good book to squander away a cold afternoon. Crow Bookshop has been on Church Street since 1995, selling both new and used books! They have a huge selection from cooking to art to juicy novels. No matter...
From your significant other, to your best friend to your cat, Valentine's Day isn't just for couples! Look below for some fresh finds on Church Street to show the love this year!
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For your besties on Pal-entine's, pop into Trinket for fab, unique, and silly gifts. Trinket is locally owned with high quality products!
Rollin' with my Gnomies Mug
Feminist Tote Bag
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For that special woman in your life,...
As the New Year gets into full-swing, you may find those resolutions slipping. The best way to stick to those healthy lifestyles is by eating yummy, fresh food. Here in Burlington, your options are endless! Here's a selection of the amazing options on Church Street!
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Founded around a simple idea, to make fast-food “real” by making it the way it should be, by people, not factories; b.good created a place where you can feel good about the food you eat....