The Busy Season is almost upon us. Thanksgiving is next week, and we all know that means that, as soon as Black Friday dawns, we have barely a month for Doing All The Holiday Things.
Why should you give up the last “quiet” Friday night of the year to come to the East Village Holiday Promenade? Well, for one thing, all the shops and restaurants in the Historic East Village will be open late this Friday.
At Holiday Promenade, you can:
- visit your favorite shops (many of us will be serving tasty treats, nudge-nudge),
- get a head start on your holiday shopping,
- and grab a bite of supper.
There will also be free carriage rides, roving carolers, ballerinas, opening of the Brenton Skate Plaza for the season, fancy window displays and sparkly lights on all the trees…
That’s nine good reasons to come down to the East Village Holiday Promenade this Friday. Want another forty or so?
Some of the businesses that will be open and spreading holiday cheer include:
Aimee and Matilda Muse,
All-Pets East Village,
Brenton Skating Plaza
Capital Chiropractic and Rehabilitation Center
Capital Hill Lutheran Church
Des Moines Bicycle Collective
East Village Spa
LifeServe Blood Center
Madhouse Brewing Company
ephemera stationery studio
Fleet Feet Sports Des Moines
From Our Hands
Gateway Dance Theatre
Gong Fu Tea
Green Goods for the Home
Hill Vintage & Knits
Jett & Monkey’s Dog Shoppe
Reclaimed A Junklady’s Philosophy
Vanity & Glamour Cosmetics LLC www.VGCosmetics.com
Vitae Design Collective
Westrum Optometry PLC
Sticks Object Art & Furniture
Want to learn more? It’s all on the Historic East Village website.
We’ve also got up-to-the-moment updates on the AllSpice Facebook page, and our Holiday Promenade event page, too.