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Local businesses to participate in fun ladies’ event

Tomorrow, Chernita Edwards will be one of nearly 30 local business owners participating in an event for women in downtown Harlem.

Edwards, owner of Frannie Mae’s Sweet Treats and Designs, will be one of the vendors for the fifth annual Mimosas on Main, which will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Hosted by the Harlem Merchant’s Association, the event will include food, live music, shopping, and of course, mimosas.

“I enjoy being able to share my small business with my community,” she said.

Edwards sells a variety of desserts, including cupcakes and banana pudding.

Besides Frannie Mae’s, other businesses participating in Mimosas on Main include Red Oak Manor, Harlem Java House, Honey Bee Bakery, and Ramie A Designs, according to the Harlem Merchant’s Association President, Brittany Stapleton.

Harlem Java House is one of several businesses who will be on hand for tomorrow’s Mimosas on Main event.

“Our goal as a Merchant’s Association is to bring awareness and increase revenue for all Harlem businesses,” Stapleton said. “We hope that people who visit Harlem during these events will enjoy their visit and return in the future to shop, dine, and explore all we have to offer.”

Registration will take place at either Reeves Realty located at 315 North Louisville St. or in the plaza in front of the Harlem Library. To enjoy alcoholic beverages, attendees must be at least 21 years old and buy a wristband for $5 each.

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