Downtown Salem businesses ask for support during roadwork

Published: Nov. 18, 2022 at 5:27 PM EST
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SALEM, Va. (WDBJ) - Despite roadwork in progress, you can still visit the shops in downtown Salem.

The small businesses want you to know they are open and ready for business.

As improvements are being made alongside Main Street, you are still able to go and shop. You can walk along the road to get inside.

There is a variety of options from holiday shopping to antiques, books, a delicious meal or boba tea.

We have a lot of unique shops down here. Blue Moon Gift Shops and Wonders Books and Charlotte’s Web Antiques and Lucky Cat Tea and Crepes, where I am,” said Lucky Cat Tea and Crepes owner Benjamin Ward. “And come out and just help the shops here in Salem. We need your support. And when it’s all said and done we’re gonna have a beautiful Main Street.”

Events coming up in Salem include the Christmas Parade, the Annual Tree Lighting, the Annual Gingerbread Festival, and a new event, the Hometown Gingerbread Trail.