BIG, BETTER and BEST! Get involved in downtown Euclid’s Art Walk
Clear your calendars and get ready for the most fun and impactful ‘This Is Euclid’ Art Walk yet!
This year’s event is planned for Saturday, September 15th from 2-6pm on Lakeshore Boulevard on sidewalks AND part of the street between E.218th and E.228th Streets. Interactive projects, live music and art will once again fill downtown restaurants and businesses as the district comes alive.
This year’s event will provide for many opportunities for the community to engage: from painting a paint-by-numbers mural in ‘Art Alley’ – a placemaking action item from Euclid’s current Master Plan - to taping, building and planting in the street to create ‘Pop-Up Parkway’ - a temporary demonstration of an engineered vision from the Downtown Safety Plan.
These activities and additional opportunities are supported through partnerships with the City of Euclid and NOACA, Better Block Foundation, Akron Cleveland Association of REALTORS, the Cleveland Foundation, Sherwin Williams and Keep Euclid Beautiful.
Get involved and make an impact like never before by signing up to volunteer or perform at the event!
All links are also available on the This Is Euclid Art Walk Facebook event page and on the www.cityofeuclid.com website.
Volunteer to create ‘Pop-Up Parkway’ at the https://goo.gl/forms/MtIvTrv1OFTsT57u1
Performers / artists / and creative vendors are encouraged to apply. A small stipend may be available and space to vend is free. Applications at https://goo.gl/forms/LzfPWekbs1wmF7zU2 are due by Monday, August 20th:
And remember to dine at Beach Club Bistro on “Charity Tuesdays” from 4-9pm through the end of August and 20% of your food-only bill will be credited to the City of Euclid for the Art Walk. Customers must present a copy of the flier (which can be downloaded from the City of Euclid’s website).
For more information on the Art Walk, contact Allison Lukacsy-Love at firstname.lastname@example.org or 216-289-8160
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 email@example.com