THE MILL
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Weekly Events

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Winter Hours

RETAIL

Cotton Mill Exchange

Mon-Sat    10am - 7pm

Sun            12pm - 6pm

The Shoppes at The Mill (Be Brand, Whole Soul, Flower Shoppe, M&M Mercantile, Alpine Leather)

Sun-Mon   CLOSED

Tue-Sat    10am - 6pm

Nomadic Flow Outfitters

Mon-Tue    CLOSED

Wed-Fri      11am-7pm

Sat              10am-7pm

Sun             12pm-7pm

Mayberry at The Mill - Photo Depot

Mon-Wed    CLOSED

Thu-Sat      10am-8pm

Sun              12pm-8pm

FOOD & DRINK

Reformation Brewery

Mon-Thu   3pm - 10pm

Fri-Sat     11am - 11pm

Sun           11am - 9pm

Whitetail Coffee

Sun-Mon     CLOSED

Tues-Fri     8am - 3pm

Sat           10am - 3pm

Fermented Wine Boutique

Mon     CLOSED

Tue-Sat  12pm - 8pm

Sun 1pm - 6pm

Giggle Monsters Craft Donuts

Mon            CLOSED

Tues-Fri     8am - 6pm

Sat-Sun    10am - 6pm

Sweet Joy Ice Cream

Mon            CLOSED

Tue-Thu  12pm - 7pm

Fri-Sat     12pm - 8pm

Sun         12pm - 5pm

Nava Taqueria

Mon-Tue        CLOSED

Wed-Thu   11am – 3pm; 4:30pm – 9pm

Fri-Sat     11am - 10pm

Sun          11am - 8pm

Magnolia Villa

Mon-Tue        CLOSED

Wed-Thu  11:30am-9pm

Fri-Sat    11:30am-10pm

Sun          11:30am-8pm

HISTORY

Formerly known as Mill #1, the factory was built in 1900 and actively produced denim until 1981. Mill #1 along with its sister factory, Mill #2 (collectively Canton Cotton Mills) are a vital part of the history of Canton and were the main source of employment for the residents. The factories produced valuable denim cloth that was known for its durability. They consistently improved manufacturing to create a top of the line product that was used in World War II. Production began to decrease in the 1970’s and eventually the Canton Cotton Mills were closed in 1981.

Mill #1 was founded and financed by Robert Tyre Jones and his family re-purposed the building to serve as warehouse and production space for local tenants for the next three decades. In 2018, the property was purchased by a group of local developers with intent to revitalize the structure and honor the history of Canton. The vision is to activate the riverfront with signature restaurants, unique retail spaces and creative office and event space.

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