Mailing List Message #30
From: Harriett R. Logan <>
Subject: 33rd Annual Larchmere Holiday Stroll
Date: Wed, 25 Oct 2006 14:14:02 -0400
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Press Release 10/25/2006
For Immediate Release
Contact: Harriett Logan
216-795-9800 or
33rd Annual Larchmere Holiday Stroll

Friday, November 24, 11am-8pm

Saturday, November 25, 11am-5pm

Sunday, November 26, 1-5pm

The Larchmere Holiday Stroll returns this Thanksgiving weekend.  Now in its third decade, the Larchmere Holiday Stroll is the perfect holiday shopping event for both the
aficionado and the jaded.  Why?  Because the 50 locally-owned, independent shops and services that make their home on Larchmere Boulevard create an old world shopping village in a real world neighborhood.  Families can enjoy their stroll down the boulevard, while shopping enthusiasts will revel in the variety of choices.  Grandparents will appreciate the nostalgic flashbacks, kids will delight in the retro flair, and everyone will discover something new.  As the owners greet you personally, you'll understand why the "un-mall" environment assures you of personal attention and expert advice.  Stop by one of the local cafes or taverns for a bite to eat, and enjoy a leisurely day of excellent shopping without the mayhem.


This is your old Village Main Street, out of the mainstream.

antiques * art * books * oriental rugs * fine coffee * vintage linens * china * fiber arts * crafts * silver * old toys * outsider art * great food * clothing * used furniture * music * quirky gifts * costume jewelery * wearable art * nostalgia * painting * collectibles


Entertainment throughout the weekend will be provided by several Cleveland Heights High chamber ensembles, local treasure Sylvia Perry's Heritage Chorale, and other area favorites.  Cleveland icon Mr. Jingeling, celebrating his 50th anniversary, will make an appearance on Friday, 1-3pm.  Enjoy hospitalities in various shops, including hot mulled cider, cookies and treats, live music, holiday decor and special holiday sales.  Shop confidently knowing that the Local Multiplier Effect means the money you spend locally not only stays but multiplies its impact in your local economy.  If you're seeking something original and unique for this year's gift giving, be sure to make Larchmere a shopping destination. 

Larchmere Boulevard, Cleveland's arts and antiques district, is one block north of historic Shaker Square. Most shops are open Tuesday thru Saturday 11am-5pm, with additional holiday hours, including Fridays until 8pm and Sundays 1-5pm, Thanksgiving thru Christmas.

Links and pictures:
Larchmere Merchants Association website
Holiday Stroll postcard image
Mr. Jingeling:  Image and  History
Local Multiplier Effect explanation 

For more info on the Larchmere Holiday Stroll, contact Harriett Logan
President, Larchmere Merchants Association and Owner, Loganberry Books
13015 Larchmere Blvd., Cleveland, OH 44120 * 216.795.9800

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