Valentines from the Heart of Hickory Crawl

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January 30, 2024

Valentines From The Heart Of Hickory Hickory, NC: The Hickory Downtown Development Association is hosting a special Valentine's event!

 When you purchase a ticket to the Valentine's from the Heart of Hickory event you will receive a thoughtfully crafted item from each of these participating businesses:

  •  Allegra Marketing – Print - Mail 
  • Antriax Group 
  • Frothy Rooster/Cowa Sake
  •  Full Circle Arts
  •  Girl Scouts Carolinas Peaks to Piedmont
  •  Hickory Ballet and Performance Arts 
  • Stretch-N-Grow
  •  Lindy’s Furniture Outlet and Clearance Center Lindy’s Furniture 
  • Lou Lou’s Corner
  •  Mint + Modern 
  • Nailed It DIY
  •  Samurai Institute
  •  Tastebuds Popcorn 
  • Taste Full Beans Coffee 
  • The Untamed Daisy Soap Company 
  • Thistle Dew Nicely

 Tickets go on sale Friday, January 26 at the following link. There are only 50 tickets available! The link will be active until all tickets are sold or till Wednesday, February 8. Click Here to Get Your Ticket! 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. Please pick up your passport by 12 PM. Then simply stroll around Hickory's beautiful downtown on Saturday, February 10, from 11:00 am until 2:00 pm, and stop by the participating businesses to pick up your gift.

There will also be a free Scavenger Hunt, the first 50 people returning the card will receive a gift. 

If you have any questions regarding this event please email and put Valentines in your subject line! Thank you and see you Downtown!

 Valentine’s From the Heart of Hickory is hosted by the Hickory Downtown Development Association. All proceeds go toward our mission to make downtown a better community for everyone. 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.