The Historic Downtown Snohomish Association (HDSA) is excited to once again bring you the "Holiday Charm Walk". Given the popularity of the modified format used last year, we are keeping the extended time frame for gathering charms, however all charms will have to be gathered in-person this time. Come check out our newest shops in town and as always, thank you for supporting the vitality of our favorite small town.
Here's how it works.
Tickets: On sale now.
Quantities limited to a 350 In-person Charmers in total. Tickets sales end when sold out, or on Nov 21st whichever comes first.
Collect your charms in town.
The Holiday Charm Walk 2021 will start on Sunday November 21st.
Charmers “come when you can” to collect your charms anytime through Sunday December 5th.
Buy your ticket online, then come to town and pick up an empty bracelet with your “2021” charm from the helpful ladies at Joyworks between the hours of noon and 5PM at 1002 First St. any day of the week. You will also get a map, which you will need to present to each participating merchant to receive their charm.
As each merchant may have different hours/days of operation, we encourage you to check with the individual shops. Contact information can be found on our business directory.
During the course of the event, stay tuned to social media to find out more about the door prizes that will be drawn at the end.
In order to be entered to win, you must complete a short online survey which will be emailed to you.
Participating Shops Include
Note: Tickets will be on sale until they sell out or Nov 21st, whichever comes first.
Thank you for supporting downtown Snohomish revitalization and beautification projects!
All proceeds support the Historic Downtown Snohomish Association (HDSA), the officially recognized organization dedicated to the revitalization of Downtown Snohomish. We are a volunteer driven and volunteer-based 501c3 nonprofit organization. Our mission is to promote, preserve, and improve the downtown historic district as the heart and soul of the City of Snohomish.