So Much to Plan for The Holidays
Come out and Buy in Greene

🎵 Quaint Village streets with great places to eat – Make shopping and browsing a wonderful treat! 🎵

Visit Greene County in the Great Northern Catskills during the Christmas and holiday season to shop local. Greene County businesses are centered around talented artists, creators, visionaries, and makers. Find places to shop, ski, dine, and stay. When you shop at small businesses this season, you’re supporting much more than local businesses.

Find unique gifts from the many unique businesses in the area. No matter what holiday you’re celebrating this season, we have something for everyone. Greene County is a host for all of your 2021 gift ideas and Holiday decorations. We have over 1,000 different local businesses across 14 Catskill Mountain, rural valley, and historic Hudson River towns.

Our Specialty Shops
are the Places to Stop

Before you shop online, check out the many unique businesses to source your holiday presents this year. Christmas and the holidays are about family, food, tradition, and most importantly the act of giving! Shop local to support much more than a business.

Gift Shopping     Deck the Halls

We Look Forward to
Seeing you Here

Celebrate the season in Greene County and find everything you need from local businesses. Enjoy the outdoors? Gear up for skiing, snowboarding, snowmobiling, and other winter activities as you celebrate with friends and family! There's just so much more to be done and seen!

Holiday Fun     Plan Your Party

Greene County Students Create Radio Spot

Jay Fink from WRIP Radio interviewed Mark Gustavson who is the Executive Vice President of Strategic Development at KathodeRay Media and the producer of Buy in Greene’s holiday radio ads each year. For the last 3 years, Jon Meredith and the students at the Greenville High School Music Technology Program have been contributing their musical talents to the production. This year, Jon and his students arranged all the vocals and orchestrations in the background of the jingle based on the Johnny Marks “Most Wonderful Day of the Year” song from Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer.

Listen to the Interview & Song