Observatory Hill Neighborhood Announces 2014 Holiday Stroll

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Businesses on Observatory Hill in Cambridge, MA welcome guests to a special community and shopping event, the 2014 Observatory Hill Holiday Stroll, Sunday December 7.

Enjoy the holiday cheer as you stroll the shops on Observatory Hill in Cambridge, MA this December 7th.

On the evening of Sunday December 7, 2014, businesses on Observatory Hill will be open from 4:00-7:30 pm for their 3rd annual Holiday Stroll. Visitors are invited to stop in and shop at local businesses and enjoy the holiday cheer.

The specially decorated shops participating in the stroll will offer holiday treats and activities, and extended shopping hours. Hi-Rise Bread Co. will be holding a holiday bazaar where local artisans will sell handmade goods. Other stores will offer special holiday activities such as cookies, warm cider, roasted chestnuts, face painting, a gingerbread house, Toys for Tots donations, artist showings and more.

Participating businesses at the time of this release include America Dural, European Country Antiques, Sarah’s Market, Hi-Rise Bread Co., Reside, Wet Paint Nail Spa, Local Root., Didriks, Majestic Yoga, Coldwell Banker, Annie Hall Interiors, Austin Architects, Shama Yoga, Observatory, and Jeana’s Dirty Dog. Neighborhood residents and visitors are encouraged to bring their friends and family out to this community event to get a head start on holiday shopping.

About Observatory Hill
Observatory Hill is a distinct neighborhood of West Cambridge centered around the 100-year-old Harvard University observatory that is part of the Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics. This storied, tree-lined neighborhood is home to a long list of well-known food and wine stores, shops, restaurants, and more.

Learn more about participating businesses and the Observatory Hill neighborhood here: http://www.observatoryhill.com


Cynthia Harney Becker
Hi-Rise Bread Co.

Kathy Day
Local Root

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