Lifestyle’s Holiday Store Brings Holiday Cheer to Staten Island

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Seasonal Emporium At Coral Island Shopping Plaza Supports People With Disabilities


Lifestyles Holiday Store photo by Aeneas Jenkins
Lifestyles Holiday Store photo by Aeneas Jenkins

Holiday joy and beautiful gifts can be found at Lifestyle’s Holiday Store. The gift emporium returns to Coral Island Shopping Plaza to a bigger and better location to serve more visitors and offer more yuletide treasures.  Come see hand-crafted gifts, wreaths, woodcrafts, jewelry, and more beautiful items created by the talented individuals in the Lifestyles program. Lifestyle’s Holiday Store Brings Holiday Cheer to Staten Island.

Festive sounds of the season come alive in the new Lifestyles Christmas Album, featuring holiday classics by The LifeTones, Lifestyles’ own musical performers. The new 2016 Lifestyles Calendar features stunning images of Staten Island landmarks, nature and scenery, as well as photos of the beautiful people in many Lifestyles’ programs. There are also cuddly items from Lifestyles’ Staten Island Zoo gift shop.

The store is Monday through Friday 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. in November.  In December, the store will be open Monday through Friday, 10 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and Saturday, 10 a.m. through 3 p.m. through the 22nd. The store will be closed on November 26 through 28.  A visit from Santa himself is expected on Saturday, December 12.

Coral Island Shopping Center is at 1650-1652 Richmond Avenue, behind the Red Ginger Chinese Restaurant. The store is provided to us through the generosity of Rivercrest Realty. For information, directions, call Kevin Joyce, 718.983.5351 x224, or e-mail

Lifestyles for the Disabled originated in 1994 through collaboration between parents, local business people, community organizations and program participants. The mission of Lifestyles is to provide quality learning experiences that will enable all participants, regardless of their present disabilities, to become productive members of society and live their lives with dignity and as independently as possible.