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Seeking Submissions for This Year's 'Gotta-Get Gifts' in NK

Help us compile our list of the top gifts you can only find in North Kingstown.

 

With Thanksgiving behind us, we're now in full-tilt, holiday shopping mode. For those who don't want to venture outside the town lines and would rather support local businesses, North Kingstown Patch is once again putting together our "5 Gotta-Get Gifts in NK" list.

I'll be heading out to do "research" (also known as retail therapy) this week, searching for unique gifts you can only find in North Kingstown.

Before I head out on my quest for the coolest gifts in NK, I'm seeking input from North Kingstown's residents and business owners. If you know of a really unique gift idea that can be found in town (and where to get it), let me know in the comments. Your suggestion may make the final cut!

Lori Lyons November 30, 2012 at 05:10 AM
Gotta Get Gifts? Well I have to throw this in the hat... our signature winter-time candle at Beauty and the Bath, Frasier Fir has become a holiday tradition with families and with good reason. It's a high quality clean burning candle that when lit, it gets right to the point. Instead of bringing the hostess a bottle of wine, bring this candle and while she or he is busy putting out hors d'oeuvres, simply light it and within five minutes watch the pleasantly surprised guests start to ask.. "What smells so good?" Men love it, women love it and for those who forgo putting up a real tree, it's perfect because it makes your house smell just like the tree farm. Beauty and the Bath is located in Wickford and is open late most nights in December. "Like" www.facebook.com/beautyandthebath for our daily bright and happy posts :)

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