Eat, drink, shop and be merry with Cedar Lee merchants on Dec. 13

Mr. Jingeling. [photo courtesy Cedar Lee SID]

Cedar Lee merchants invite you to share good cheer on Saturday, Dec. 13 at the Holiday Stroll on Lee.

Residents, customers and visitors can enjoy a vast array of festivities, shopping and merriment at 21 participating destinations along Lee Road. Experience a performance by violinist Ariel Clayton at Marotta’s, enjoy a champagne tasting at The Wine Spot, and discover hand-crafted inspiration at the Heights Arts Holiday Store. Revive, Abrash and Simply Charming will all feature accessories, jewelry, scarves and other wares that are perfect for gift giving. Purchase gift cards, find selections perfect for holiday gatherings, and celebrate the season with your family on Lee Road.

From dining to cocktails, cookies and hot chocolate, celebrate the season with a fun night out. It’s the perfect opportunity to shop small with local independent businesses, and customer appreciation is a focus of the evening. Look for giveaways, door prizes, samples, entertainment and a guest appearance from Mr. Jingeling, who will add a touch of nostalgia to the occasion.

Prior to the evening’s activities, the Cedar Lee Theatre will screen the Cleveland film classic “A Christmas Story” at 11 a.m., paired with a food drive to benefit the Greater Cleveland Food Bank.

The fun doesn’t end at 9 p.m. The BottleHouse Brewery will host an Ugly Sweater Party, featuring music from Brent Kirby and His Luck. Find that well-worn, much-appreciated sweater, grab a friend, and enjoy seasonal ale and toe tappin’ tunes to close out the night.

Kelley Robinson

Kelley Robinson is the executive director of the Cedar Lee Special Improvement District.

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Volume 7, Issue 12, Posted 9:17 AM, 12.02.2014