Monday, November 16, 2015

Just 12 Days Until 5th Ave's Tree Lighting! High 5!

Celebrate Small Business Saturday with High 5 Events happening all along 5th Avenue, culminating with the Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony in the evening.

Saturday November 28th
Shop, eat, drink and play all day from Dean to 18th Street
There are lots of fun events going on the Avenue. Check out this link for more details.
Some Highlights:
-Brother Hamm live at Backyard with a Family Happy Hour menu.
-Ground Floor Gallery Holiday Workshop - 44 Daughters doll making.
-Body Reserve - Free Zumba Class
-Lulu's Cuts and Toys - Free Glitter Tattoos
-Sky Ice Sweet & Savory - High 5 Ice Cream Sampler
-Pinot's Palette - Special Children's Holiday Tree or Menorah painting.
-Tabeel's Aromatherapy Gifts & Salon - 5 best sellers for men and women.
-Oyster Bar Brooklyn - Happy Hour Special and Kids'
-Mavi Jeans - Storewide special and treats.
-Windows will be decorated featuring 5, see how many you can spot!

High 5 for the Holidays - Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony
To end a fantastic day of Small Business Saturday shopping, join us for our annual Holiday Tree Lighting Ceremony!
Saturday November 28th from 6.30pm
Corner of 4th St & 5th Ave (Please note new location) FREE
-Rolie Polie Guacamole featuring Amelia Robinson of Mils Trills
-Puppetry Arts performance/ puppet making
-Ornament Making with Prospect Park YMCA
-Songs from Sarah Stevens: 15 year old Opera Singer
-Opera on Tap Carolers
-Hot Chocolate from The Chocolate Room
-Sugar Cookies from Du Jour Bakery
-Brownies from Le Pain Quotidien
-Free High 5 reusable Shopping Bags and of course Santa!
-Bring your gently used coats for collection for a NY Cares Winter Coat Drive, by Halstead Property!
Support for the event comes from Halstead Property and thanks to Du Jour Bakery, The Chocolate Room, Le Pain Quotidien, Prospect Park YMCA, Sarah Stevens and Puppetry Arts, who are donating their products and time.

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