The Polygon Gallery Opens Expanded Holiday Retail Store and Online Shop

Photo credit: The Polygon Gallery

In time for the holiday season, the Polygon Gallery has grown its retail space to play host to the Little Mountain Shop for a super special local shopping experience.

The expanded ground floor gallery shop – on now through Sunday, December 27th – includes a new selection of gift options curated by local businesswoman Natasha Neal, founder of the recently shuttered (due to Covid-19) brick and mortar Little Mountain Shop.

The pop-up is a continuation of Natasha’s mission to support small, and features all Canadian brands with a spotlight on local, women-run businesses. Check out the full list of participants below:

Homecoming Candles
Droplet Home Goods
Lover’s Tempo
Lisa Warren Ceramics
Annie Axtell
The Bobo Shop
Loa Skin
Somerton Studios
Well Kept
Deew Beauty & Wellness
Giving Sundays
Woash Wellness
Cicely Belle Blain
Casey-Jo Loos
The Acorn
Warren Steven Scott

The December holiday pop-up is open to the public from Wednesday to Sunday from 10am to 5pm, and is open later on Thursday nights, until 8pm.

Not up for a Seabus trip? You can also support the participating businesses by following the links to their websites above or just browse and shop the Polygon Gallery’s newly launched online store here.

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