2020 Heights Observer Holiday Gift Guide: The non-traditional gift

Barbara Claas flowers. Heights Arts

Find something for everyone on your list at the many independent merchants in the Heights. Many of our stores are offering online purchasing, safe browsing and safe pick-up. 

Barbara Claas flowers. ($29.00, Heights Arts)

Skulls by Mark Yasencheck ($27.00, Heights Arts)  

Live-edge coffee table. ($1,400.00, Eastwood Furniture)

Gift certificate for a Reiki treatment. In-person or remote energy healing session for physical, mental and emotional deep healing. Also great for stress reduction, relaxation and positive thinking. ($75.00, Loving Hands Yoga, Reiki and Wellness)

“U-Dub” wine club gift membership. Give a one-, two- or three-month gift membership experience to our “VIP Customer Family” wine club. Each month includes two bottles of wine, a complimentary wine tasting and food pairing experience, and 10% discounts on all winery purchases during the membership period. ($50.00 to $150.00, CLE Urban Winery)

Solutions and Other Problems by Allie Brosh. Humorous illustrated essays. ($30.00, Mac’s Backs)

Retro juggling balls. Help pass the indoor months by learning how to juggle. Set of three, colorful bean bag juggling balls. ($7.95, S’Wonderful Gifts)

Rory’s story cubes. set of nine story dice, each with different images on each face. Roll the cubes and build a story around the nine face-up images. ($12.99, S’Wonderful Gifts) 

Jessica Schantz

Jessica Schantz is the e-news manager at the Heights Observer and a longtime resident of Cleveland Heights. 

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Volume 13, Issue 11, Posted 7:11 PM, 10.29.2020