Hundreds of People Hit the Pavement to Shop, Make, and View Art in Downtown Euclid

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The lingering summer weather set the scene for a perfect evening of strolling along Lakeshore Boulevard and through the recently renovated Triangle Park during the City of Euclid’s second “This Is Euclid” Art Walk on Friday, September 22nd.

The free community event drew hundreds of residents and visitors to Euclid to dine, shop, and imagine the possibilities. The event is part of an initiative of the City’s Department of Planning and Development to create a vibrant, walkable downtown and made possible with support from Shore Cultural Centre, Euclid Art Association and numerous resident volunteers, local building and business owners.

THANK YOU to everyone who joined in on the fun. A survey for attendees is now live on-line and the planning committee would very much appreciate your time to provide feedback.

Please complete the survey at this link before Friday, October 20th:

The link is also accessible through the City of Euclid's website and Facebook page. You may submit feedback anonymously, but all entrees with name and email provided will be entered in a 'Spend a Day in Downtown Euclid' drawing.

Again, congratulations to the many Art Walk honorees, who were provided certificates of recognition during Mayor Holzheimer Gail’s welcome remarks.

Congratulations to Randy Blackford, Kelly Butauski, Meghan M. Gabrovsek, Patrick Henry, Mari Hiti, Deborah Kramarz, Mike Lawrence, Gerald Mills, Peg Osborne, Aaron Parker, Christine Ward, Charlene Weber and Jay Zagar for their winning photographs which are featured on the ‘This Is Euclid’ mural on the west façade of Beach Club Bistro.

Congratulations to Madeline Pflueger, Aalayah Talton, Ronald Lee, Alexis White, Brady Wilson, Cianne Blue, Emma Splete, Chazlyn Johnson, Amaris Pittman, Timothy Jones, Steven Hoang, Shania Jones and Zania Jones whose work was featured in the pop-up art show in the former Maria’s Restaurant space.

For more information and event photographs, visit the Facebook event page:

Allison Lukacsy-Love

Allison Lukacsy-Love is the Community Projects Manager at the City of Euclid. You can reach her at (216) 289-8160 or by email at

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Volume 8, Issue 10, Posted 3:26 PM, 10.08.2017