Come to Our Party June 1st
For thirteen years we have invited a few thousand of our closest friends and neighbors to attend our celebration of hardworking E. 200th Street businesses and wonderful Euclid area organizations at the E. 200th Street Stroll. We hope that you have Saturday, June 1st from 10 am to 2 pm on your calendar. No need to RSVP - unless you are a business or organization who still wants to help us host all the new and old friends who come to our street for the fun and enjoyment this day brings to our city.
We are excited to present some new organizations (International Women’s Air and Space Museum and the Kids’ Book Bank) along the street and you’re invited to meet some new businesses (O’Reilly Auto Parts and Blended Barber Lounge) who now call E. 200th Street their home. A new feature will be the special Euclid Housing Task Force Committee’s “Project: Home Improvement” located in the 503 Building’s parking lot. There you will meet some of our area’s home improvement and beautification professionals to help you with your housing needs.
It wouldn’t be a party without $1 ice cream cones at Euclid Dairy Queen and a Hot Dog Special at the Euclid Veteran’s of Foreign Wars. Rob White and the White House Band will be on the street from 11 am to 2 pm with great live music and Camilla Maxwell from Spirit Radio will liven up the south end of E. 200th Street with games and music in the Plaza between Discount Drug Mart and Palace 28.
Lolly the Trolley will be back again this year to shuttle you up and down the street with stops along the way and our Euclid Beach Boys will man the Euclid Beach Rocket Ship and Thriller Cars. A $2 wrist band purchase at our Information Booths or on the Trolley will give you unlimited rides during our event. Park at Home Depot or Our Lady of the Lake and enjoy your rides.
One last thing….if you want more fun on June 1st….don’t forget to travel to E. 185th Street from 3 pm to 7 pm and keep your party going at the 185th Street Walk and Roll.
Sherrie Zagorc is a co-founder, volunteer, and board member of Kiddie City Child Care Community in addition to being the chairperson of the E. 200th Street Stroll.