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The only thing Clevelanders like more than tailgating for Browns games and complaining about snow is celebrating holidays — and the quirkier the better.
December weekends are naturally decked to the halls with bright lights, timeless traditions and yuletide everything, culminating in the the obligatory New Year's Eve hijinks.
But Clevelanders keep the celebrations going year-round with Irish-for-a-day fetes of epic proportions on St. Patrick's Day, offbeat ethnic commemorations like Dyngus Day, as well as meaningful tributes on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, among many others.
Not only is December in Cleveland marked with festive bar crawls — ugly sweaters and St. Nick suits highly encouraged — but a rather massive offering of holly jolly theater productions of old favorites and new classics, holiday bazaars, pop-up shops, and the annual Winterfest, featuring music and Public Square's tree lighting. Not to mention Hanukkah celebrations that include menorah lightings and musical events throughout The Land.
Also, if you're not making a pilgrimage to the A Christmas Story House, binge-watching the movie or running in the annual A Christmas Story 5K/10K race, are you really a Clevelander? (Answer: No.)
Sure, Clevelanders go over and above to celebrate the November/December holidays with all things tinsel and pumpkin spice. But we embrace not-so-typical holidays throughout the year with that characteristic CLE joy we've all come to know. Prepare yourself. You're about to get your holiday on in The Land.