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Scoop on Summer 11

Scoop on Summer 11

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Events, programs and activities in & around North Collinwood area of Cleveland
Events, programs and activities in & around North Collinwood area of Cleveland

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 Do you have a safety concern? 
Cleveland Police
non-emergency number is (216) 621-1234. For persistentissues, please call the 5th District Community Services Unit at (216) 623-5522.
 
Euclid Police
non-emergency, (216) 731-1234For emergencies, always dial 911.
 Jst for seniors...
Summer’s Cool @ Collinwood High
Music lessons, youth basketball league& lunch program, drumline, boxing, agfootball, swimming, open gym. Fun learn-ing games, arts and crafts in the Summer Learn-ing Lab. Ohio Benet Bank by appointment, call (216)812-8700. You must register for the program on yourrst visit; under 10 should have a guardian with them toregister.
Monday-Friday, 12-4 p.m. • June 20-August 1215210 St. Clair Ave., Use the east entrance
Scan with your favorite QR reader for more events, and program updates:
June 9
One World, Many Stories Princess Tea Party 
By royal command: scepter-making, and a review of the talethe Princess and the Pea by Rachel Isadora. Dress up like yourfavorite world princess, dolls and teddy bears welcome. Ages4-8. Register with Ms. Maria, by calling (216) 623-7039.
Memorial-Nottingham Library, 17109 Lake Shore Blvd., 5:30 p.m.
June 11
Explore Euclid Creek 
Have you hiked along Euclid Creek and wondered what ani-mals live there? Here’s a chance to take a closer look at thecreek and its residential aquatic life. Dip nets provided.
Meet at Highland Picnic Area parking lot, 10–11:30 a.m.
World Wide Knit in Public Day 
Meet local knitters, share tips and tricks, and show off yourprojects! Explore the library’s vast collection of knitting books.
Collinwood Branch, 856 East 152nd St., 10:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
 AWANA Fair 
Games and rides for children ages 6-15.
Good Shepherd Baptist Church, 17822 Euclid Ave., 12 p.m.
June 11 & 12
Feast of St. Anthony Festival
Music & entertainment, plus delicious homemade Italian food.Saturday: Mass at 4 p.m. Festival, 5 p.m.-10 p.m. Sunday:Mass with Bishop Pevec at 10:30 a.m., followed by aneighborhood procession; Festival, 1-8:00 p.m.
Holy Redeemer Church, 15712 Kipling Ave, 216-531-3313
June 12
We Got the Beets!
 Yes, Beet Salad with Goat Cheese is delicious, but what elsecan you do with them? Come to the Beet Lab, by FreshFork Market and learn how to make six new beet dishes. $15
17105 Grovewood Ave.., 216-531-4900, 2 p.m.-4 p.m.
June 16-17-18
Beachland Park Neighborhood Street Sale
Find treasures at this community-wide garage sale throughoutthe Beachland allotment: Canterbury, Cornwall, Landseer andWindward, north and south of Lakeshore Blvd.
Various locations, watch for signs. 9:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m.
June 17
 Arts Collinwood’s Member Show Opening
Featuring work by a wide range of local artists.
15601 Waterloo Road, 6-10 p.m.
Exploration Station 1st Anniversary 
 The state park’s nature center has already been open for oneyear! See what’s new, take in some seasonal art, and meetCap’n Willie - the Great Lakes Pirate.
CLSP headquarters, 8701 Lakeshore Blvd., • 7-9:00 p.m.
June 18
Bright Star Missionary Baptist Community Day 
Free household items, clothes, nger printing, and music.
13028 Shaw Ave., 9:00 a.m-3:00 p.m.
June 20
Lemonade in the Park @ Duggan
Catch up on neighborhood news while the kids busy them-selves on the playground. Sponsored by Famicos FoundationWard 10.
Olympia and Euclid Ave., 4-7:00 p.m.
June 22
One Little Red Hen, Many Stories
 There are many versions of The Little Red Hen story. Join usas we read a few versions of the story and make a craft.
Memorial-Nottingham Library, 17109 Lakeshore, 10:30-11:30 a.m.
June 23
Blue Lunch Blues Concert 
Part of the East Shore Park Club Music in the Park ’11 Con-cert Series. Bring your own lawn chairs or blankets, food & beverages. Rain or shine!
17213 Dorchester Drive, 7-9:30 p.m. www.bluelunch.com
June 24
Charter Boat Fishing at Wildwood
Head out onto Lake Erie for an evening of perch shing. Baitand equipment will be provided. This program is open to fami-lies, but children must be at least 8 years old. Age 16 and overmust have a valid shing license. Pre-registration is required,call (216) 881-8141 ext. 3001.
Wildwood Marina. 6:30-9 p.m.
June 25
9th Annual Waterloo Arts Fest Presented by Arts Collinwood
Stroll Waterloo Road and visit more than 30 art vendors,Cleveland-area food trucks/local eateries, kids area with greatarts activities, interactive public art, street performers, 4 musicstages with more than 20 bands/DJs and lots more includingthe local merchants. www.waterlooartsfest.com
Waterloo Road between E. 156th & E. 161st, 12-7 p.m.,
June 25 & 26
City of Euclid Pond & Garden Tour 
Come and view beautiful ponds and gardens that your neigh-bors have to showcase. Tickets: $5. Call (216) 289-8598 orpurchase at Euclid City Hall or Briardale Greens Golf Course.
Saturday Candle Light Tour 7-11 p.m., Sunday, 1-6 p.m.
June 28
Cleveland Metroparks NatureTracks Mobile Tour 
Hop onboard the NatureTracks Mobile Classroom and expandyour knowledge of nature. Join Mario Jackson, ClevelandMetroparks Education Specialist and learn what you can do tobecome closer to the environment!
Memorial-Nottingham Library, 17109 Lake Shore, 1:30-3:30 p.m.
June 29
Lemonade in the Park @ Kenneth Clement School
Catch up on neighborhood news while the kids busy them-selves on the playground. Sponsored by Famicos FoundationWard 10.
14311 Woodworth Road, 4-7:00 p.m.
July 4
Beachland Park’s 91st Annual Fourth-of-July Parade
 This year’s theme is “Great Lakes Living.” Steps off fromWindward at 10:30 a.m., proceeds through the park allotment—Windward, Landseer and Canterbury, ends at thebandstand with awards ceremony.
Shore Acres Association 4th of July celebration
Wristbands required, cost covers entire day of events. Wrist-bands $5/person, $25/family. Bicycle/scooter/person decorat-ing at 10:15 a.m. Parade steps off from Shore Acres lakefrontpark, at 11 a.m. Prizes given for decorations and costumes.Well-behaved dogs welcome. BBQ, rafes, horseshoe compe-tition for adults, games for all ages.
www.shoreacrescleveland.blogspot.com, 216-692-0216
July 7
Concert at the Park 
Hosted by Coronado Beach Association. Please bring yourown blankets/chairs/food etc. as well as a donation for whenthe ‘hat’ is passed.
North end of Ingleside and Crestland, 6:30 p.m.
July 9
5th District Neighborhood Police Safety Fair 
Enjoy food, fun, music while learning about our police and cityservices, county and private agencies. Explore the ClevelandFire Department Smoke House. Free.
Dave’s Supermarket 15900 Lakeshore Blvd., 11:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
July 12
International Play Day 
 All around the world children love to play games. Travel the globeto learn about and play games like children from distant lands.
Collinwood Branch Library, 856 East 152nd St., 1-2:00 p.m.
July 13
Bastille Day (one day early) French Beer Dinner 
17105 Grovewood Ave., 216-531-4900, 6:30 p.m.
July 15
 Art Gallery Opening
Featuring Jack McWhorter; paintings & drawings that derivefrom a system of metaphors drawn from physical science.
 Arts Collinwood Gallery, 15601 Waterloo Road 6-10 p.m.
July 16
Euclid Beach Blast!
 A day-long celebration of Euclid Beach Park’s past, pres-ent and future through art, recreation, history, food and fun. Afterparty at Arts Collinwood—free outdoor lm and other funactivities. For more information, call (216) 571-0685, or visitthe Euclid Beach Blast Facebook page.
16250 Lakeshore Blvd. • 11:00 a.m.-11:00 p.m.
July 18
Lemonade in the Park @ Groton
Catch up on neighborhood news while the kids busy them-selves on the climber. Sponsored by Famicos FoundationWard 10.
Groton Road west of Green, 4-7:00 p.m.
July 19
 African Dance and Drum Workshop
Children and young adults, join this Cleveland-based percus-sion ensemble for authentic traditional dances of West Africancultures, learn the meanings of the dances, and experiencepercussion instruments and the meaning of rhythms of coun-tries lining the coast of West Africa.
Memorial-Nottingham Library, 17109 Lake Shore, 5:30 p.m.
July 21
 Alan Greene Band Blues Concert 
Part of the East Shore Park Club Music in the Park ’11 Con-cert Series. Bring your own lawn chairs or blankets, food & beverages. Rain or shine!
17213 Dorchester Drive, 7-9:30 p.m., alangreeneband.com
July 22
Bats!
Get the lowdown on these high-ying mammals from the batdetector, do some activities before heading out for an eveningwalk to locate bats in the area.
Euclid Beach Pavilion, 8-9:30 p.m.
July 23
She Speaks
Lively ladies-only poetry slam for a cash prize. Café custom-ers get a chance to vote for their favorites while enjoying theirfavorite brew or meal.
15601 Waterloo Road, www.shespeaksup.org
July 23
Dog Hike at Euclid Creek Reservation
Bring your best friend to the park for some exercise and socialization.We’ll hike the beautiful wooded trails of the Euclid Creek valley. Dogsmust be leashed. Moderate terrain, 1.5-2 mi.
Meet at Highland Picnic Area parking lot, 10-11:30 a.m.
July 26
Hooray for the World
Celebrate the world and its diverse cultures through arts andcrafts, making ags of different countries and sharing yourwork in a parade around the library.
Collinwood Branch Library, 856 East 152nd St., 1-2:00 p.m.
July 30-31
New Moon Kundalini Yoga Women’s Retreat 
Nurture the Divine Feminine at Awaken Yoga; trance dance,chant and meditation. Register at www.awakentoyoga.com.
Shore Cultural Centre, 291 E. 222nd St., Room 239
August 4
Joe Novak & Friends Polka Concert 
Part of the East Shore Park Club Music in the Park ’11 Con-cert Series. Bring your own lawn chairs or blankets, food & beverages. Rain or shine! www.joenovakandfriends.com
17213 Dorchester Drive, 7-9:30 p.m.
August 5
Dike 14 Evening Hike
Meet at the Cleveland Lakefront State Park ofce building tosign in and check out the Exploration Station while we gatherour group before heading out. Please note, ticks may bepresent—long pants with socks and sturdy, closed shoes arerecommended. BYOBS: Bring Your Own Bug Spray!
8701 Lakeshore Blvd., • 7-9:00 p.m.
 
August 6
Summer Spiritual Psychic Fair 
Join us for an afternoon of exploring your psychic connections,see what spiritualism is all about. Free admission; readings $20.
Memorial Spiritual Christian Church, 19204 Pawnee 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
 
August 12
Evening Canoe
 The full sturgeon moon is almost upon us as we exploreEuclid Creek at Wildwood. Pre-registration is required, call(216) 881-8141. Limit 8 canoes; you must have canoed withthe naturalist in daylight to sign up for this event.
Cleveland Lakefront State Park, Wildwood, 7-9:00 p.m.
Gallery Opening
Let Mark Keffer’s layers of successive improvisations based onthe work of pioneering Ohio modernist William Sommer (1867-1949) swirl around you.
 Arts Collinwood Gallery, 6-10 p.m..
August 14
Euclid Doggy Swim
Join us for this fun lled event, dogs only in the pool please!Proof of license and current vaccination records required forall dogs. $2/dog Euclid Resident, $4/dog Non-Resident, and$5.00 per dog for all day of the event. For more information callthe Euclid Recreation Department, 216-289-8114 Option 8.
Roosevelt Pool, 20750 Arbor Avenue, 4-5:30 p.m.
August 18
Scott Hansen and the Champagnes Concert 
Part of the East Shore Park Club Music in the Park ’11 Con-cert Series. Bring your own lawn chairs or blankets, food & beverages. Rain or shine! myspace.com/4thechampagnes
17213 Dorchester Drive, 7-9:30 p.m.
August 26
Celebrate Summer at Euclid Creek Reservation
Nature activities and exploration, ending with an outdoorshowing of Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga’Hoole.Bring a blanket or lawn chair to sit on.
Upper Highland Picnic Area • 6:30-9:00 p.m.
August 27
5th Annual Cliff Schultz Memorial Corn Roast and Cook-off 
Celebrate summer with fresh Ohio sweet corn! Test your BBQskills against the best backyard and pro chefs or just come to eat.
Coit Road Farmers Market, 8:00 a.m.-3:00 p.m.
August 27
Good Shepherd Baptist Church Friendship Fair 
Food, Music, & Clothes Giveaway 17822 Euclid Ave., 12-6 p.m.
August 29
Portuguese Wine Dinner @ The Grovewood Tavern
17105 Grovewood Ave., 216-531-4900, at 6:30 p.m.
August 31
NASA in Your Neighborhood
Come and learn about your environment, travel, technology,and space with our special guest from NASA.
Collinwood Branch Library, 856 East 152nd St., 2:00 p.m.
September 1
Lemonade in the Park @ Groton
Catch up on neighborhood news while the kids busy them-selves on the playground. Sponsored by Famicos FoundationWard 10.
Groton Road west of Green, 4-7:00 p.m.
 Victory Highway - Classic Rock Concert 
Bring your own lawn chairs or blankets, food & beverages.Rain or shine! Many thanks to lead sponsor DeScenzo RubbishRemoval for the East Shore Park Club Music in the Park ’11Concert Series. Family owned & operated for over 50 years
17213 Dorchester Drive, 7-9:30 p.m.,
www.victoryhwy.com
September 8
Concert at the Park 
Coronado Beach Association invites you to the nal summerconcert in the pavilion. Please bring your own blankets/chairs/ food etc. as well as a donation for when the ‘hat’ is passed.
North end of Ingleside and Crestland, 6:30 p.m.
September 10
Euclid Creek Stream Cleanup and Bioswale Service Day 
Help conserve the nature of our neighborhood at this 3rd an-nual service day. Friends of Euclid Creek will also be cleaningthe bioswale (fancy name for ‘big rain garden’) so stop by themarina parking lot to learn about that project. Call (216) 524-6580 x16 for details.
Wildwood parking lot, 9 a.m.-noon
September 14
8th Annual Polka Hall of Fame Slovenian Sausage Fest 
See which of our neighborhood shops dances away withbragging rights for the next year.
Held at SNPJ Farm, Kirtland 1-8 p.m. (440) 974-8075
September 19
 Third Annual “Taste of Autumn” Fundraiser 
From 6 to 9 p.m. at the Beachland Ballroom; benet for theCoit Road Farmers’ Market. www.coitmarket.org
September 25
Remembering the Sights and Sounds of Euclid Beach Park 
Come back to Euclid Beach, if only for a day. Tours,carousel horses, rides on the Thriller Car & Rocket Cars,Humphrey popcorn balls & Frozen Whip. Free admission.
Euclid Beach, 1-5:00 p.m.
Get the scoop on fall and winter activities at the new rec cen-ter when it opens at 16500 Lakeshore!
Fn for all ages
Explore Shore!
June 3-18, two weeks of FREE classesfor all ages and skill levels! Classesinclude everything from pottery tomusic and theater, yoga, meditation,computer animation, photography—about 36 classes in all, for children,adults, families. Find the complete list of the classes at www.shoreculturalcentre.org.or call (216) 289-8578. 291 East 222nd St.
Paul Alandt Lakeshore Golden Age Center
Open Monday-Thursday from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. Lunch, cards, and Wii daily. Pinochle, computer classes,arts & crafts, and lots more, plus day trips to regional attractions.
16600 Lakeshore Blvd., (216) 481-0631
Euclid Senior Programs
 Manager Kathy Will has some fantastic trips planned, that are open to all, day trips to Amish country and a 4-daytrip to Asheville, NC.
For details, call (216) 289-2985.
Break Out Fitness Club
 A unique health club catering to the tness needs of seniors and people with disabilities. Knowledgeable staff,motivating atmosphere, and a personalized exercise program. Monday-Friday. Euclid Hospital Rehab Center.
18901 Lake Shore Blvd., 216-548-5383, 4:30-8:00 p.m.
Collinwood Homeowners & Tenants Assn.
Meets rst Wednesday of the month, 7 p.m.,St. Mary’s School, 15519 Holmes Ave.
Collinwood Nottingham Historical Society
 Third Thursday of the month, 6:30 p.m.St. Mary’s Church Hall, 15519 Holmes Ave.
E. 185
th
Street Block Watch
Second Tuesday of the month at 6 p.m.Lithuanian Village Hall, 877 East 185th St.,Rear entrance
E. 152
nd
Street Block Watch
Fourth Wednesday of the month, 6 p.m.B&M Bar-B-Que, 15116 Lakeshore Blvd.
Nottingham Civic Club
 Third Tuesday of every month. 7 p.m.Nottingham United Methodist Church,18316 St. Clair Ave.
Ward 10 Democratic Club
Last Friday of every month - 6:30-8:30 p.m.Call 216-621-9750 for location.
Ward 11/ Bratenahl Village Democratic Club
Second Wednesday of every month, Sept.-May. 7 p.m.Slovenian Home, 15810 Holmes Ave.
Fifth District Police Community Meeting
 Third Wednesday, Sept.-June, 7 p.m.Catch up on safety news with CommanderDrummond; discuss security issues orquality of life concerns.Five Points Community Center,813 E. 152nd St.
Pools
Register in person or Learn to Swim; days, hours vary by site.Wednesday-Sunday, 12-7:30 p.m. rom June 18-August 14. Free!
Duggan Pool 1
696 Catalpa Road
Grovewood Pool
E. 164th & Grovewood Ave.
Neff Road Pool
E. 193rd and Bella Road
Tromba Pool
Mandalay & RudyardPlus: Collinwood High Indoor Pool, Monday-Friday rom 12-4 p.m.
Spray Basin
RJ Taylor Park: Cool o in a huge water sprinkler when thetemperature is at least 80°. Open seven days a week, 11:00 a.m.- 6:00p.m., Melville Road o Nottingham.
Briardale Greens Golf Course
A player-riendly course that oers a challenges to all levels.Practice greens and newly renovated driving range to polish yourskills. New eatures include fve (5) target greens and brand newstate-o-the-art tee line. Open 7 a.m. - 9 p.m., 7 days a week. Lastbucket o range balls sold at 9 p.m. and lights will stay on until 10 p.m.24131 Briardale Avenue, east o o Babbitt Road in Euclid, 216-289-8574, www.briardalegreens.com
Sims Park Disc Golf Course
18-hole course open sunrise to sunset. Free, bring your own disc.Scorecards and course maps at simsparkdiscgol.com.
Cleveland Lakefront State Park 
Reservations and park inormation, 216-881-8141.
Euclid Beach
A 650-oot beach with shaded picnic areas and ascenic observation pier. Lamp posts and park benches keep the eelo the “old” Euclid Beach Park.
 Villa Angela Beach
A 1,000-oot beach rom Euclid Beach to themouth o Euclid Creek. Sandstone bath house; bike and hiking trailsor bird and wildlie watching.
Wildwood
 
Fish Euclid Creek and Lake Erie rom many ac-cess points. A playground and reservable picnic shelter areavailable. The concession stand is home to Discovery DiveCharters & Tours. Captains Vitas and Marlene Kijauskas pilotthe Linda Mae, Cleveland’s only head boat fshing charter,and have two kayaks or rent on a frst come frst servedbasis. (216) 481-5771
Exploration Station
This new nature center is located at thepark ofce, 8701 Lakeshore Blvd. 1-4 p.m. most Wednesdaysand Saturdays.
Fishing Licenses
$19 or Ohio residents age 16-65; $10 or residents “66 andbetter”Discount Drug Mart: 725 E. 200th Street 216-531-1700Wildwood Marina: 16975 Wildwood Drive 216-481-5771

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