• Cobblestones & Cranberries

  • Cranberries and Cobblestones Nantucket
  • Cobblestones & Cranberries is a Shop Local initiative presented by the Nantucket Chamber. Various local businesses will be participating! October 8 - October 11, 2021


    Participants will have the opportunity to add collateral, menus, coupon codes and small pamphlets to this year's Cobblestones & Cranberries bags for FREE! In 2020, over 300 bags were handed out throughout the weekend.




  • Important Dates

    Sept 30 At 12pm - Register For The Storefront DecoratingContest

    Oct 1 - Register Your Business To Participate In The Shopping Event

    Oct 1 - Start Voting For Storefront Decorating Contest Online

    Oct 7 - Get Your Shopping Cards & Stickers

    Oct 7 - Submit Discount / Gift Card

    Oct 8 - 11 - Welcome Shoppers, Give Out Bingo Cards & Apply


  • $25 To Participate In The Shopping Initiative

    $25 To Participate In The Storefront Decorating Contest




    $40 To Participate In Both The Shopping Initiative & Storefront Decorating Contest


  • Winners of the Storefront Decorating Contest

    This year's Storefront Decorating Contest theme was "Fall on Nantucket". We had six storefronts participate and they all did an amazing job. Thank you to everyone who voted, there were about 150 online votes. The Chamber will be around to drop off ribbons to our storefront winners.


    1st Place - TBD

    2nd Place - TBD

    3rd Place - TBD

  • How it works - Businesses:

    Sign up to participate in this year’s weekend-long #ShopLocal initiative of Cobblestones & Cranberries! By

    participating, your business will be advertised through various marketing promotions! To entice shoppers, you can

    provide a discount for the weekend and a giveaway valued at $25 or more for the grand prizes that can be picked up or mailed out. We will build excitement around the idea of #ShopLocal & #ShopNantucket.

    For the Storefront Contest, “Fall on Nantucket” is our theme. Judging online for "People's Choice" will begin on Friday, October 1. Please have your storefront decorated by Thursday, September 30th at 12 PM for pictures. Online judging will take place throughout the weekend at nantucketchamber.org/vote.

    To participate in the shopping initiative, please register by Friday, October 1 to have your business listed on our shopping bingo cards! Visitors and locals will participate by purchasing an item in your store or restaurant valued at $5 or more. The Chamber will provide cards, stickers, and shopping bags by Thursday, October 7, along with an “I’m Participating” flyer. Your business will be listed on our website with any discounts or gifts you are providing.

    If you have a gift card or discount you would like to provide please send to Karmen by 3:00 pm on Thursday, October 7.

  • The 17th Annual Nantucket Cranberry Festival will be reimagined for 2021 due to COVID Safety concerns.

    Rather than hold a single event that draws a large crowd to the Milestone Cranberry Bog on a single day, Nantucket Conservation Foundation will be holding a series of events celebrating the Cranberry Harvest throughout the month of October.

    Nantucket Conservation Foundation’s self-proclaimed “Cranberry Month” will kick off on Saturday, October 9th as part of the Sustainable Nantucket Farmer’s Market, where the first batch of the 2021 cranberry harvest will be available for sale, as well as NCF merchandise. Beginning the following week, NCF will have scheduled guided tours through the Milestone Cranberry Bog for residents and visitors alike to learn about the history and current cranberry operations. A self-guided tour on site as well as the ACKTrails mobile app are also available. Special farm to table tours will available for restaurants and grocery retailers. For children, a number of pop up Nanpuppet shows will take place at the Cranberry Bog. In addition, school tours of the Milestone Cranberry Bog will be available. Other events including presentations and pop-up cranberry sales are being scheduled.

    “We are disappointed to not hold the Nantucket Cranberry Festival as we all remember, but are excited for the series of events and collaborations to celebrate the cranberry harvest,” said Cormac Collier, President & CEO of Nantucket Conservation Foundation. “In the interest of the island’s most vulnerable populations, we did not feel that we could hold the traditional Cranberry Festival this year.”

    We hope you have been enjoying the Foundation’s miles of open space and beaches. We have been there for you and we hope you will be there for us. Please show your appreciation with a special summer donation by clicking here.  Thank you for your continued support of the Nantucket Conservation Foundation.


    Please keep in mind that this is a working farm and that there is heavy machinery and equipment operating throughout the Milestone Cranberry Bog all day.

  • Celebrate Shopping Local