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Unread 11-22-2010, 10:07 PM   #1
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Candy Cane Cruise on East 185th St.

On Dec 17th, 2010, the East 185th Street Community will be hosting its first ever “Candy Cane Cruise on East 185” beginning at 5:00 PM.

Just like any other Candy Cane Cruise this is a family-friendly event featuring a car cruise of open-top convertible cars and jeeps with bundled up passengers immersed in the spirit of the season. The event is free and all are welcome to attend!

This Candy Cane Cruise will begin at Villaview and East 185th (near Muldoon’s Saloon & Eatery) and will continue down East 185th until it reaches Lakeshore Boulevard. Drives and attendees will enjoy exploring East 185th to enjoy sounds of the season, food from the area's wide selection of eateries, and to stroll among the area shops and boutiques.

Convertible owners are invited to register to participate in the Candy Cane Cruise on East 185th by emailing

Convertibles of all makes and models are welcomed including vintage, classic or new Jeeps, coups or sedans. While supplies last, registrants will receive a free special collectible souvenir ornament!

East 185th Street is part of the bustling North Shores Collinwood community, which also includes the Waterloo Arts District. East 185th Street is home to one of the largest collections of locally-owned restaurants in Cleveland, and is conveniently located right off I-90.

With unique shopping, delicious food, and top-quality service from local and national merchants, East 185th Street is the secret jewel of Cleveland’s eastern edge.

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Unread 02-14-2011, 02:35 PM   #2
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The latest edition to the Candy Cane Cruise family enjoyed good weather.

And even in it's first year introduced some folks to the wonders of Cleveland's East 185th Street.

I personnaly had a chance to try out the much talked about Bistro 185 (and it lived up to the hype -- great food)!

We're looking forward to the 2011 Candy Cane Cruise on East 185th St.
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