A place for kids to shop

Children ages three to 12 will be able to stop by the Cedar Heights Hall Dec. 1, to find something special for everyone on their list.

  • Nov. 17, 2012 7:00 a.m.

Local children will have the opportunity to join the Christmas rush this year as Cedar Heights Community Association hosts an event just for them.

Children ages three to 12 will be able to stop by the Cedar Heights Hall Dec. 1, to find something special for everyone on their list. Kids can browse a variety of items, allowing them to find something that is just right for the very reasonable price of 50 cents to $5.

The presents will be gift-wrapped on site and will be ready to go under the tree when they leave the hall.

The only rule is that no parents are allowed.

The hall’s shopping area is a parent-free zone; however, all adults are welcome to mingle upstairs where coffee will be served.

If anyone has new, or like-new, items they wish to donate to this event, they are asked to leave them on top of the downstairs coat rack in the hall.


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