With winter quickly approaching and hygge setting in, there’s nothing greater than cozying up amongst fellow market goers at the Indoor Whitewater City Market with a cup of coffee, a morning pastry, and a reusable tote ready to be filled with local goodies. Held every Saturday from 9a-noon inside the Irvin L Young Memorial Library, you can expect to peruse locally produced goods from 19 different vendors on a packed day. You can also expect to make connections. Learn more!
‘Tis the season of gift-giving, and we know it can be overwhelming. But before you point, click and buy, why not shop local and give a gift that’s uniquely Whitewater. We compiled a list of fun, local, and/or handcrafted items that support small businesses and artists–a purchase that will make everyone happy. Learn more!
On a cozy corner of Main St. in an old bank rests The Book Teller– a gently used bookstore and artisan shop filled to the brim with everything a gift giver and book lover could imagine. Complete with historic teller windows and walk-in vault (now the bookstore’s Horror/Mystery/Sci-fi section), The Book Teller prides itself on its wide variety of genres and offering of unique handcrafted gifts made by local artisans with care, attention, and intention. Learn more!
It’s clear that Liz and John Sotherland are about play when you walk into their store. It’s colorful and full of fun signs, the most poignant: We’re serious. Get outside and play!
When you walk into Quiet Hut Sports, you’re not only walking into a bike store, but you’re walking into a piece of history. The front window display houses a 1952
Maxwell Street Days originated on Maxwell Street in Chicago! The street was full and flooded with people everyday selling and buying goods! From there the ambiance and culture spread across
Whitewater’s 2017 Maxwell Street Days event will be taking place Saturday, August 5th from 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM. The Downtown Area will be closed to traffic. There will be