As the state begins the process of slowly re-opening, we still need to do our part and sit tight, in order to keep each other safe. That’s why we we’ve got another round-up of virtual and/or socially distant activities this month. Our community is relying on us, both to keep the virus at bay and to still support our local economy in a safe and responsible way. Read on for 5 ways you can #shoplocal and #explorelocal while staying safe.
Leon’s Garage re-opens for carry-out
Head out to Leon’s for growler refills and tasty pub food to go! Starting May 1, this local fav is re-opening their doors for carry-out.
Date night to go at Dalton Union
Dalton Union will continue to offer carry-out wine and beer. Order online and pick up seven days a week, or drop in during their open hours – Friday 2-8 p.m., Saturday 2-8 p.m., Sunday 2-5 p.m. They’ll also host food trucks like Greek Village on the Go, every Saturday night from 5-8 p.m.
Movie night at the drive-in
Up the road in Kenton is the beloved Hi Road Drive-In. This classic drive-in theater is re-opening soon and is the perfect socially distant activity.
Shop local for mom online
In the midst of all the craziness, don’t let your Mother’s Day plans slip through the cracks. Celebrate your mom with a gift from a local shop. Lambert Jewelers is offering a 25% discount for online orders with code CORONASALE20. The Little Blue Boutique is also offering free shipping when you order online and they also have gift cards.
Drive the Union County Covered Bridge Route
Visit our county’s 8 covered bridges following a route that spans beautiful rural Union County. It’s a great time for a drive! Map and more info here.