Eton Chagrin Boulevard in Woodmere is transforming into a Winter Woodland this holiday season. Eton’s award-winning outdoor gardens will be decorated with artwork created by students at Monarch Center for Autism.
Students at Monarch Center for Autism were asked to imagine their favorite animal and then make that come alive with art creations that will be displayed both inside and outside at Eton Chagrin Boulevard. This project allowed the students to express their creativity and have their work appreciated by the whole community.
When paired with Eton Chagrin Boulevard’s annual elaborate holiday décor, including a beautiful menorah and decorated store windows, Winter Woodland makes for a lovely setting for a day of shopping. As you stroll through the stores or head to dinner, you will be surrounded by charming woodland creatures!
The Winter Woodland display will open to the public on Sunday, November 18, with a special event that includes the 200+ students and their families from Monarch Center for Autism. The public is invited to attend and enjoy hot cocoa, cookies, and treats as the students’ hard work is unveiled.
The Winter Woodland display will continue through February 15 and is presented by Potted Potter.