A Visit to: Celebrate Local

Celebrate Local

Easton Town Center
3952 Townsfair Way
Columbus, OH 43219


I am a huge believer in supporting small businesses, and fortunately Columbus has some great local shops to browse for treasures. One of my favorites is Celebrate Local, a hidden gem among the big box stores at Easton Town Center. Looking for a unique gift? In from out of town and looking for Cbus memorabilia? This is your place.

In addition to clothing and home goods, there is a great selection of local beers, wines, and food products at Celebrate Local. They are constantly changing the merchandise onOhio Wines | Celebrate Local the floor, so that you can make new discoveries every visit. New Albany’s own Tessora Limoncello is in stock, as are Rockmill Brewery beers, Wynadotte Winery wines, and Brothers Drake meads. The food options are fabulous too. The last time I was in, I picked up some of Millersburg’s Simple Gourmet salted caramel syrup for topping corn pancakes, but was tempted by other available flavors like butter pecan and lavender. Look for salsa and hot sauce from CaJohn’s at the North Market, and locally made candies, jellies, and honey. There is even a frozen food section.

The clothing and jewelry selections at Celebrate Local are also extensive. I am obsessed (bordering on “needing an intervention” obsessed) with Celebrate Local’s t-shirts, the kind made out of the super-soft material. There are many designs of these tees available here, all with an Ohio theme. Finds like handmade jewelry featuring OSU Buckeyes logos and Blue Jackets scarves are also for sale.

Celebrate Local - Ohio PrintAs a new homeowner, this is my decorating mecca. There are soaps, candles, and more, including wonderful art created by local artists.  I bought this print for my kitchen, but there were so many interesting choices. Ohio-shaped coasters and cutting boards also caught my eye. The possibilities are endless!

Stop into Celebrate Local – you won’t be disappointed! Where do you like to do your shopping for unique Ohio-made items?

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