Here are some juicy information on this weekend’s activities in Strongsville
Just two weeks short of Thanksgiving, the Christmas tree and other Christmas decorations have already been put in Starbucks and Target.
According to the coffee shop, several customers have complained that the cups have been put out so early. However, this should not be a problem at all because there is nothing wrong with feeling the Holidays sooner than it seems.
Last Friday, November 9, Santa Clause arrived at the SouthPark Mall. Set up under the Magical Clock Tower in Center Court was the Head Hauncho who is known in “A Christmas Story”. From 10 am to 9 pm Mondays through Saturdays and 11 am to 6pm on Sundays, people of all ages are welcome to have their pictures taken with it. This will last until Christmas Eve.
Last Saturday, November 10, Strongsville got a visit from Gaile Bellamy, Cleveland’s foodie/poet. She signed copies of her new book, the “Cleveland Christmas Memories”, from 2 pm to 3 pm at the Strongsville Library. Though the event was free, there was a need for registration for those who wanted to participate in the book signing.
And finally, last Sunday, November 11, a psychic fair was hosted from 11 am to 5 pm at the Strongsville Holiday Inn. Elizabeth Howell, a Medina-based psychic organized the psychic fair. There was no entrance fee for the fair; however, those who had their psychic readings had to pay $25.
The said psychic fair is a great proof that more and more people are starting to believe in it as a helpful tool for gaining enlightenment and insights on the many aspects of people’s lives.
Source : http://www.cleveland.com/strongsville/index.ssf/2012/11/santa_book-signing_and_a_psych.html