Cedar Lee Candy Crawl and Phoenix Coffee’s Pumpkin-Carving Party set for Oct. 25
On Friday, Oct. 25, from 4 to 8 p.m., more than 35 merchants along Lee Road will be must-visit stops for candy-seeking kids in costumes. The Cedar Lee Candy Crawl, now in its third year, is organized by Cedar Lee Business District merchants. Kids must be accompanied by an adult to participate in the crawl.
This year’s stops include Simply Charming, Revive Fair Trade, Heights Arts, Phoenix Coffee, Mitchell’s Candies, Myron’s Beverage, Bussey’s Upholstery, Janea H Boutique, All Makes Vacuum, ATMA Center, Brennan’s Colony, Sweetie Fry, Bryan’s Marathon, Anatolia Café, The Wine Spot, Tavern Company, Cuttn Zone, Mama Joyce’s Soul Food, SOFE Whole foods Café, Christian Science Reading Room, Best Gyro, Stone Oven Bakery, Marotta’s, Cedar Lee Pub, Lopez on Lee, Unique Melodies, Shawn Paul Salon, Sanctuary by Joyce, Hessler on the Heights, Parnell’s Pub, HerbCo, New Heights Grill, US Bank and Dewey’s Pizza.
This year, several pop-up candy locations have been added to the crawl. They will be staffed by FutureHeights, Yasinow for Council and Coryell for Council, Lake Erie Ink, Family Connections and IPM Connect.
During the crawl, Phoenix Coffee on Lee Road will host its annual pumpkin-carving party. Participants are asked to donate $12 for each pumpkin carved. Carving tools will be available, or carvers can bring their own.
Expert pumpkin carvers will raffle off their creations at the event. Bremec on the Heights Garden Center has donated the pumpkins so that 100 percent of the proceeds will benefit Heights Arts.
To register for the pumpkin-carving event, visit www.phoenixcoffee.com/events. For more information about the candy crawl, contact Shawn Paul of Shawn Paul Salon at 216-862-6029.
Shawn Paul Gustafson
Shawn Paul Gustafson, a Cleveland Heights resident, is owner of Shawn Paul Salon on Lee Road.