Dec. 13 holiday stroll planned for Cedar Fairmount district
A stroll on the sidewalks of the Cedar Fairmount Business District will get you in the spirit of the holidays with twinkling lights, holiday greens, and decorated windows filled with lovely ideas for gift giving.
The merchants of Cedar Fairmount have stocked their stores with an abundance of gifts for the holidays, and all of the merchants are offering gift cards: consider a yoga or Pilates lesson; a manicure, pedicure or haircut; or a gift basket from Dave’s Market.
As you stroll Cedar Fairmount on Dec. 13, don’t miss Santa and his helper at Dave’s Market from 2–4 p.m. Cleveland Heights Church carolers will be singing on the sidewalks of Cedar Road and Fairmount Boulevard, and they invite everyone to join them.
Zoss Bakery and Luna Bakery Café offer delicious pastries and cakes, and the Cedar Fairmount restaurants invite you to take a respite and enjoy a cup of coffee, lunch or dinner, and choose from the specials they will be offering.
Ten Thousand Villages, a fair-trade store, will be serving hot chocolate and coffee, as well as offering gift ideas from around the world. If you are looking for stocking stuffers, you’ll find great ideas here.
Don’t miss out on the unique items offered at Four and Twenty Mercantile, with its one-of-a kind vintage pieces and fabulous fashion and accessories.
Appletree Books has a delightful collection of books for both children and adults, and also offers original prints and cards, along with other unusual items.
If you are looking for a unique antique, ornament, Advent calendar, or unusual piece of estate jewelry, you will discover it at Cedar Hill Antiques.
During the holiday stroll, register for the free holiday drawing at participating Cedar Fairmount merchants, many of which will offer refreshments.
Lou Armagno will perform “Sinatra Selects” at 8:30 p.m. at Nighttown. For information and to purchase tickets, visit www.nighttowncleveland.com.
Kaye Lowe is executive director of the Cedar Fairmount Special Improvement District.