Hickory – The Hickory Downtown Development Association is hosting a special Easter event! When you purchase a ticket to the Hopping Around Hickory event you will receive an Easter egg full of goodies from each of these participating businesses:
Carolina Crafted Candle Company
Carolina Crafted Creamery and Sweets
Craft Beer Cellars
Full Circle Arts
Guardian Home Health
Hickory Community Theatre
Life Doesn’t Succ
Lindy’s Outlet and Clearance Center
Lou Lou’s Corner
Mint + Modern
Nailed It DIY
Taste Full Beans Coffee House
The Untamed Daisy Soap Co.
Trade Alley Arts
Tickets go on sale on April 1, 2022 for $10 each. There are only 50 tickets available, https://hickory-downtown-development-association.ticketleap.com/2nd-annual-hopping-around-hickory/
Then, simply stroll around Hickory’s beautiful downtown on Saturday, April 16 from 11:00am until 3:00pm, and stop by the participating businesses to pick up your egg.
Take your picture with the Downtown Bunny from noon to 2:00pm!
Please make sure that you have your ticket receipt with you! It is your passport to receive your items and will need to be presented at the time of pickup.
HDDA would like to thank the Girl Scouts of Catawba County for filling the eggs!
Hopping Around Hickory is hosted by the Hickory Downtown Development Association. All proceeds go toward our mission to make downtown a better community for everyone.
Sponsors are Grace Church, HSM, Jay Brown, Realtors, Lake Hickory Reality, Focus Newspaper and Girl Scouts of Catawba County.
The Hickory Downtown Development Association (HDDA) is a private, non-profit 501(c)6, member organization with a volunteer Board of Directors representing a broad cross-section of property owners, business owners, and citizens-at-large.
HDDA is a member of the North Carolina Main Street program with the purpose of stimulating economic development and community improvement within the context of historic preservation. HDDA addresses issues in areas of physical design, promotion and events, and business development within the boundaries of the downtown commercial district.