During this time of fluid change, a lot of small businesses find themselves having to either close their doors or adjust their hours and staff. If we all do our part, we can ease the burden on our communities and shine a little light in MHC. Love your favorite local stores, but don't know how to help in the midst of COVID-19? We have a few suggestions:
Order ahead to avoid lines
Buy meals from your local restaurants now and freeze for later
Buy a gift card now for later use to support the business today
Support our local businesses who offer online shopping
Shop during slower traffic hours
Martinsville-Henry county has a wide variety of restaurants, stores, and attractions to meet our needs, and these local businesses rely on community support to survive. Be sure to shop local as much as possible during these times. Support what we have today so it is strong tomorrow. Here are some local businesses that are making themselves readily available during this time:
Need a new book? Order it today from Books & Crannies and enjoy free local delivery. Or download E-Books from Books & Crannies online and listen on any Apple or Android devices!
Infinity Acres is offering a Day Program as an emergency response to working families with no daycare options due to the unforeseen school closures.
Hamlet Kitchen will be offering a temporary delivery service beginning Tuesday, March 17th. Deliveries will be made in the afternoon between 1:00 - 5:00, Monday through Friday. Food delivery is free in Martinsville and Henry County with a minimum order of $25.