News from Shore Cultural Centre

Walt Neil with one of his paintings.  Photo:  Jen Hearn Photography

It is with heavy hearts that we share the sad news about the passing of Walt Neil from cancer on Sunday, June 21. Walt shared his talents in many ways with the Shore community. His vibrant murals beautify the walls around our building, and his cheerful smile brightened our days. Walt volunteered his time at Shore and loved teaching kids all about art. Plans for a memorial are still pending. All the people whose lives he touched will miss him.

Greater Cleveland Food Bank Brings Kids Lunches to Shore

Hey Kids!  Summer is here and you can meet new friends and eat free courtesy of the Greater Cleveland Food Bank.

  • Place:  Shore Cultural Centre – Outside in the Front Parking Lot
  • Dates:  Tuesdays now through August 7th
  • Meals & Times:  12:30 – 2:00PM  Grab-n-Go Lunches

Mystery Dinner Fundraiser Canceled

We always hope for the best, but this time COVID-19 got the better of us. With much disappointment, we announce the cancellation of our upcoming mystery dinner fundraiser “Oh Danny Boy” which was scheduled for July 19th at Tizzano's Party Center. Reservations will be refunded; however, any fees charged by Eventbrite for reservations made through their system are subject to their terms of service.  We thank everyone who supported this event and hope that someday in the future we can meet over dinner and finally discover who killed Danny Fitzpatrick. Questions may be directed to Laura Kidder at 216-289-8578 or to Silhouette Productions at 216-219-3630.

Independence Day

In observance of Independence Day, Shore Cultural Centre will be closed on Friday, July 3.  Please call your instructor or other contact person for their business hours on Saturday, July 4.

Shore Cultural Centre is located at 291 East 222nd Street, Euclid Ohio.  Visit us online at

MP Monaghan

M.P. Monaghan grew up in the Euclid area.  After living in various cities around the country for almost thirty years, she is delighted to be back in beautiful Euclid again.

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Volume 11, Issue 7, Posted 4:52 PM, 07.06.2020