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J. McLaughlin Virtual Sip and Shop

November 15 - November 21

Shop at J. McLaughlin anytime the week of November 15-21, Sunday through Saturday, and let them know that you are shopping to support the Newtown Historic Association. Your sale total will be added to the event and 15% will go to the Newtown Historic Association. The promotional event is the 19th-21st and with routines disrupted due to the virus, J. McLaughlin is extending their offer for the entire week. You can call, email or stop by to do your shopping. The staff at J. McLaughlin will be happy to meet you curbside with your order if you prefer.

Our congratulations to J. McLaughlin on their second anniversary at 200 S. State Street in Newtown! And our thanks to them for their generous support of the Newtown Historic Association. Enjoy your shopping at J. McLaughlin and support the NHA while you do it!

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Start:
November 15
End:
November 21

Venue

J. McLaughlin
200 S. State St
Newtown, PA 18940
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