More information coming soon…
Our business community is currently collaborating on some great plans for Small Business Saturday. Stay tuned for more information!
Where to Shop
Dwight’s retail can be found in two areas – on the West Side (just off of I-55 Exit 217 on Watters Dr.) and Downtown (a mile east of that).
110 Watters Dr., Dwight, IL | (815) 584-9566
Open: 8 am – 9 pm
Clothing, shoes, household items, electronics, appliances, furniture, and more!
106 Watters Dr., Dwight, IL | (815) 584-2140
Open: 9 am – 3 pm
Medical supplies, spiritwear, cards, and more.
104 Watters Dr., Dwight, IL | (815) 584-2954
Open: 7:30 am – 6 pm
Holiday gifts, tools (including Craftsman), home goods, yard decorations, and more.
102 Watters Dr., Dwight, IL | (815) 584-2186
Open: 8 am – 9 pm
Toys, holiday decor, home, cards, and more.
1916 Village Hall Antiques
120 E. Chippewa, Dwight, IL | (815) 295-3281
Open: 9am – 4pm
Antiques, period pieces, retro, vintage – we have what you’re looking for.
A Touch of Destiny
108 W. Main St., Dwight, IL | (815) 343-1147
Massage therapist offering Swedish massage, prenatal massage, chair massage, hot stone massage, warm emollient wraps, and geriatric massage. Now also offering facials, face/body wax, and ear candle services. Pamper yourself or purchase a gift certificate for someone who needs some relaxation.
162 E. Main St., Dwight, IL | (815) 374-5080
Open: 11 am – 9 pm
Unique gifts, clothes, art, and home decor. Many items are designed and crafted by local artisans such as Marylin Thorson, Barbara De Waard, Cat Clausen, Jackie Ehman, Jerry Poole, and over a dozen more.
We’ll Pay Your Entire Purchase!
Shop in Dwight on Saturday, November 24, and have the chance to have your entire purchase (up to $100) paid for by the Dwight Economic Alliance! More information coming soon.
Top Reasons to Spend Saturday in Dwight
- Holiday spirit. Holiday shopping used to be a fun, uplifting experience, didn’t it? Leave the stress and crowds of the big box stores on Friday, and spend Saturday soaking up the holiday spirit in a Hallmark movie-like small town atmosphere. No crowds to fight. Plenty of parking. An inviting community ready to help you.
- Unique gifts. Smaller chains like Shopko and local stores like Franklin Corner will give you access to items that your recipients are likely to have never seen. There is no danger of receiving a duplicate gift here, and you’ll find something for even the most difficult-to-shop-for person on your list.
- It’s on us! For every store you visit on Saturday, enter your receipt into our drawing. One lucky winner will have their entire purchase (up to $100) reimbursed!
- Free hot chocolate. Enjoy a free hot chocolate and treats at one of a few locations around town.
- Great food. Start your day with breakfast at Pfaff’s Bakery or Old Route 66 Restaurant and enjoy lunch and/or dinner in any of our amazing restaurants. Dwight is a hidden treasures of great places to eat. Take advantage of the day to find out what we have to offer.
- Shop local. Whether you’re from Dwight, Gardner, Odell, Braidwood, Streator, or elsewhere, spending your money in our area with local shops is great for the local economy. Rather than the bulk of your money going to Arkansas, Minnesota, or one of the coasts, it gets put to work right here, creating employment and improving infrastructure, from which we all benefit.
Hot Chocolate Breaks
Sometimes it can be cold on Small Business Saturday. Our businesses have you covered with FREE hot chocolate and other goodies. Locations and details to come.
Where to Eat
Whether you need breakfast, lunch, a snack, or dinner, you’ll find great food (and some festive beverages) in Dwight!
104 E. Main St., Dwight, IL
Open: 6 am – 12 pm
Aly Anne’s Bar & Grill
122 E. Main St., Dwight, IL
Open: 10 am – 10 pm