Save Thrift Store is a small second-hand shop operated by Peninsula High School. All proceeds from sales here go to…More scholarships for Peninsula students, and it is staffed by high school students or parents who volunteer their time. Shoppers can find everything from jeans and shoes to books and appliances.</p>
<p>Save Thrift Store accepts donations during open hours. The store is closed when the school is out for holidays or breaks.</p>
Morford's Hallmark 4914 Point Fosdick Dr NW, Gig Harbor, WA98335 At the height of the holiday season, Morford's Hallmark decks its halls with everything from their…More famous line of cards to their whimsical figurines. Morford's Hallmark is a great place to visit if you're in need of a thoughtful present. Choose from aromatherapy candles (scents range form ocean blossom to vanilla cupcake), fondue pots, ornaments, floral wreathes, calendars, socks, purses, scarves, and picture frames with personalized messages. Morford's Hallmark offers a glamorous line of martini glasses that are ideal for a wedding shower or a fun girls night out. Don't miss the balloon center; it's great for any festive occasion, and kids love it!
Uptown Gig Harbor is a shopping center with several stores, casual and fine-dining restaurants and a ten-screen movie…More theatre. The mall offers gift cards and has all types of stores and businesses, including jewelry, women's apparel, beauty, fitness, financial services, children’s apparel, toys, games, restaurants and home furnishings. Shoppers can dine at Panera Bread, Blazing Onion, Jamba Juice and Ben & Jerry’s. Retail stores include Chico’s, Ann Taylor, Soma, AT&T and The Garden Room.</p>
<p>Uptown Gig Harbor hosts all types of special events, including holiday shows, community events, store promotions, the Gig Harbor Famers Market and the Gig Harbor Film Festival.</p>
2 Crazy Cousin's 12402 134th Avenue Kp N, Gig Harbor, WA98329 Collectibles, vintage jewelry and good conversation fill the walls at 2 Crazy Cousins, a popular spot for picking up old…More (and some new) treasures that are for sale anywhere from one to a few hundred bucks. Owner Becky Olsen, one of the cousins, converses with her customers as they browse antiques, checking in with one another on how they've been. The expansive store is a maze of paintings, clothing, furniture, dinnerware, old tools, prints, vases, holiday decor and more.