To kick off the shopping season, Small Business Saturday
is opening the storefront doors to bring you the best deals and perks in and around East Liberty,
November 29th, 9am – 9pm.
- Tour Hotel Indigo at noon
- Visit and tour East Liberty Presbyterian Church (1pm and 4pm)
- Christmas Caroling
- Sales and prizes at dozens of shops
- Toy and clothing donations
- Warming stations and holiday treats
- Autopods, Inc. Bike Taxis
For more info, visit: eastlibertychamber.org
We will be introducing Autopods, Inc. Bike Taxis an inexpensive way to travel throughout East Liberty. Enjoy free parking all day, or hail a ride from one of the Bike Taxis to get you from shop to shop!
Celebrate sales and discounts from: GalleriE CHIZ, Everydays a Sundae and Cafè, Kelly Strayhorn Theatre, Morgan Contemporary Glass Gallery, Learning Express of Bakery Square, Olive & Marlowe, Peace, Love and Zen, Petland, Sam’s Shoes, The Shop in East Liberty, Union Pig and Chicken, Wolfpack Electronics and Zeke’s Coffee.
Enjoy holiday treats, gifts and prizes from: Edible Arrangements,
Great Clips, LUXE Pittsburgh, Olive & Marlowe, Panache, and TRIM Pittsburgh.
Participate in tours of: East Liberty Presbyterian Church and Hotel Indigo.Carolers will be roaming the neighborhood beginning at 2 pm. The public is encouraged to join in, so don’t be shy!If you get too chilly, warming stations at Walnut On Highland and the intersection of Broad Street and Highland Avenue will be serving hot beverages and yummy treats.
We have teamed up with WTAE and the Salvation Army for Project Bundle Up and will be taking donations that will be used to buy new winterwear for seniors and children and both of the warming stations. And don’t forget to drop off your new, unwrapped toys for the Marine’s Toys for Tots at Guardian Storage.
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