Please come join us for a FREE Local Community Bazaar supported by over 20 local business and vendors! We have on display for purchase Food, Jewelry, hair and skin care products, housewares, local arts and crafts, childrens books, clothing, even items for your pets, just to name a few. There will also be credit restoration services and a Henna Artist on site!
The Shade Tree/Municipal Beautification Commission is responsible for promoting and initiating the planting of trees throughout the city and are honored to put forth an annual Arbor Day Celebration and tree planting. This year, two trees will be planted in honor of Euclid stewards and longtime friends, Dr. Roy Larick and Dave Lawrence. The celebration and planting of two burr oak trees will be held at the Lakefront Community Center, 1 Bliss Lane, on Friday, April 26th at 6 pm. Mayor Kirsten Holzheimer-Gail will present the honorees and their families with an official Arbor Day certificate.
St. John of the Cross will host a Fish Bake on Friday, April 19th (Good Friday) from 4:30-6:45pm. St. John of the Cross is located at 140 Richmond Rd. in Euclid. Pre-sale tickets are available for $10. online at www.sjceuclid.com by April 17. Tickets at the door will be $12. per person (children 10 and under: $6.) The meal includes baked batter-dipped alaskan pollock, baked atlantic cod, fries, mac-n-cheese, coleslaw, clam chowder, and beverage. Take out available for $12. per person.
SooCrafty Creations along with Create-A-Craft are having a Mothers Day Sale May, 11th at Shore Cultural Center in studio 41 at 1pm. Free Starbucks coffee and light refreshments while they last. I will be donating partial proceeds of my sales to the Flint Water crisis efforts through a GoFundMe campaign.
Angela M. Hulett
Mads for the cause is a benefit concert that supports four very important causes MS AUTISM, DRUG ADDICTION,SEX TRAFFICKING. These men And woman fight everyday to get outta bed because their muscles don’t work right anymore and we complain when our do. Autism people say aren’t they slow I say they occupy space in their own head some pure genius and people really need to read more about these amazing human beings. Drug addiction people treat these as if they our the plague instead of helping they get shunned remember this is a disease and they need a ccure , self motivation, support of love ones , help from those who ha e fought their addiction themselves. Sex trafficking in Ohio is at its highest ranked fourth nationally at the average age of thirteen boys and girls places on the street to do ungodly tricks for sick fantasies of those.These ten artists have come together and collaborated their talent of artistry writing beautiful magical experience for those to see. Two showcaxing artists ViZIER & YKE are upcoming the next tupac and ice cube or our time writing lyric that actually mean something, being the voice of the people, being role models for young boys and girls of all races and bringing unity back as out great Martin Luther king did at one time. Have a purpose. They are two of the best I have seen in a long time thei rap is inspiring, positive, and done with faith it will be heard. They truly are blessings in this world, I am happy they chose me to ride this journey with them . My name Is “MA P” in the music industry.This benefit will be held May 18 th at 6:30 ppm prompt doors open at 6pm tickets only $15 dollars. Don’t brush this concert under the rug be a part of something so impacting in this world it will touch your heart and souls.now meet the Artists
“Roman Frayman speaks with purpose. As a Holocaust survivor, he shares his experience so others don’t forget. As a Jew, he talks to educate others.” This quote is from an interview given by Mr. Frayman in the Cleveland Jewish News in November 2018, and it serves as a wonderful introduction to an event being sponsored by Ss. Robert & William Catholic Parish (SSRW) and the SSRW Catholic Relief Service Parish Ambassadors Corps to mark the second year of the Share the Journey campaign. Share the Journey was initiated by Pope Francis as a call for us to share the journey with all our neighbors, not only those who live near us, look like us, speak like us, or pray like us. Mr. Frayman’s talk is one of a series of events the CRS Parish Ambassadors have planned and undertaken since the inception of the two-year campaign in September 2017.
The Waterloo Alley Cat Project is celebrating a decade of helping stray cats and kittens at their 10th Annual Fundraiser on Saturday, March 9th at the Historic Slovenian Worker’s Home, now known as Waterloo Hall, located at 15335 Waterloo Road.
WHIPS for Easter (milk chocolate or dark)
Beginning March 11, 2019
Humphrey Popcorn 819 East 185th Street retail store (next to historic LaSalle Theatre)
Tuesday - Friday 9:30am - 6:00pm
Saturday 11:00am - 2:00pm
(an assortment of Easter candy willalso be available)
Pre Order (accepted until March 29)
phone -in or website
East Shore United Methodist Church
HELP Foundation is proud to announce the First Annual Helping Lives Bloom Spring Gala taking place on Saturday, April 13, 2019 from 6pm-10pm at Stillwater Place inside Cleveland Metroparks Zoo. The event will benefit the construction of a self-sustaining greenhouse for individuals with developmental and intellectual disabilities. The greenhouse will provide access to an adaptive environment with year-round growing capabilities that will produce “farm-to-table” organic fruits and vegetables for group homes, supportive living locations and our HELP Cornucopia Vocational Training Center.
Shhh! Do you want to know a secret? I’m not a gossip, but…do you know how special Euclid is? I know for a fact, there are yet to be celebrated superheroes living among us. Heroes that care about its community’s issues and its citizens, and act on them; if only one small step at a time.
Waltz away your winter blues with the Eddie Rodick Orchestra at the National Cleveland-Style Polka Hall of Fame Sweetheart Ball, Friday, February 15th, 2019, at the American Croatian Lodge Party Center, in Eastlake, Ohio. You can swing your sweetie to the finest Cleveland-Style polka music.
Treat your date to dinner, 5:00 until 8:00, and stay for the dance, 6:00 to 11:00. Enjoy schnitzel dinners, sausages and many nationality treats catered by Dubrovnik Gardens. In appreciation of all the continuous support at all our events, this night we will be giving away more than sixty prizes. Your entrance ticket could be a winner.
Eddie Rodick is a Polka Hall of Fame legend, so you can expect an evening of potent polkas and elegant waltzes, sure to delight the most discriminating dancers.
The American Croatian Lodge is located at 34900 Lake Shore Boulevard, Eastlake, at Route 91 (SOM Center Road). Save $2 on each advance ticket, $10 through the Polka Hall of Fame, 605 East 222nd Street, Euclid, next to Euclid City Hall. (Open Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday from 11:00 to 4:00.) $12 dollars at the door. Dinners and sandwiches sold separately. 18 and under free. Call (216) 261-FAME. Online at Polkashop@aol.com.
Join us for another FREE health talk on Tuesday, February 5, 2019 from 6-7 p.m. We will focus this month's discussion on detoxing and cleansing the body. All are welcome to this free event. We are located at 637 East 185th Street Euclid, Ohio 44119. We will see you there!
Annual Shareholders Meeting for
The Slovenian Society Home
201713 Recher Ave.
Will be held on Sunday February 10, 2019 at 2:00 p.m. in the upper hall. There will be refreshments in the clubroom immediately after the meeting. The Board would like to see a good turnout at the meeting.
2018 marks the 100th anniversary of the signing of the armistice that ended World War I, which at the time was hoped to be “The War to End all War.”
The Lakeshore Garden Club presents "Deck the Halls" Holiday Flower Show Friday and Saturday afternoons November 2nd and 3rd at the Albert W. Henn Mansion 23131 Lakeshore Blvd. in Euclid.
GOOD NEWS from your local Lake Shore Garden Club. This year we are presenting, free to the public, ‘Deck the Halls’, a National Garden Club Holiday Standard Flower Show.
The SRW Community invites you to join them for two special events that are being held at 351 East 260th, Euclid.
IT'S BACK October 27th!
Join us for a traditional Halloween event at Briardale Greens. The event consists of 9 holes, that of which are far from traditional, since you are only allowed to use ...ONE CLUB!!! After you are done embarassing yourself on the golf course, join us for Food, Drinks and Entertainment. Be sure to suit up with your best Halloween costume as we will be awarding for best and worst costume...
TRICK OR TREAT!
12pm Registration | 1pm Shotgun Start
Tickets Price $30.00
Individual Stroke Play | On Course Contests | Prizes for 1st, 2nd and 3rd
Come and Have fun!
The 10th annual contemporary furniture show – F*SHO X – will showcase work by more than 40 local designers, makers and fabricators Friday, September 14 from 5:00-10:00 p.m. at HGR Industrial Surplus, (front portion of the building) 20001 Euclid Avenue in Euclid.
SRW Parish is hosting its annual 'Holly Berry Bazaar' on Saturday, November 3, 2017 from 9:00a.m. to 3:30p.m.
Come and Have fun!
The 2018 City of Euclid Pond & Garden Tour has inspired visitors to create their own outdoor oasis. Several hundred tourists from all parts of Ohio visited the many gardens featured on this year’s tour. Visitors traveled from Burton, Bratenahl, Concord, Thompson, Lorain, Willoughby, Mentor, Painesville, South Euclid, Shaker Hts., and many other neighboring communities.
Come spend the day remembering and celebrating Fred’s life and his love for golf! Briardale Golf Course, Euclid OH Saturday, September 8, 2018
Registration begins at 9:00 am
Shotgun Start at 10:00 am
18 holes of golf with a cart, Lunch, Dinner, Beer Cart, Beverages & Prizes
Please reserve your foursome by August 25, 2018
Questions: Call - Lisa Myers (216) 990-9103 or
Kathy Will (440) 476-2148
Running to bring awareness to developmental disabilities is fun but running to bring awareness to developmental disabilities while chasing after an ice cream truck is even better! That’s exactly what HELP Foundation plans to do for their new and improved Run for Awareness, now dubbed The Great Ice Cream Chase.
Keep Euclid Beautiful Needs Volunteers
Members and friends of The Lakeland Civic Association will enjoy a picnic on Saturday, August 18, with a raindate the following day Sunday, the 19th. LCA hosts its first—hopefully annual—summer picnic between 5pm and 8pm on the neighborhood's famous Triangle formed within Walnut, Markbarry, and Beech Avenues.
On the menu, LCA will serve guests pop, water and coffee, chicken, pizza, fruit kabobs, and cookies, with an ice cream vendor on-hand. The committee reminds picnickers to bring blankets or chairs, and their appetites. A competitive attitude might come in handy for the several games to be contested. Did somebody say cornhole?
Neighbors who aren't yet members of the Lakeland Civic Association will have the chance to find out more about the group's work and to join at its very frugal ten dollar annual fee.
The inaugural summer picnic adds to LCA's list of annual events. The association also hosts regular quarterly meetings that explore events and issues that affect the 50+ year old group and the City of Euclid.
On August 25th, the Ukrainian Village Committee will hold its 9th annual Ukrainian Independence Day Parade in Parma’s Ukrainian Village. The Committee invites all to join them and celebrate this special occasion! The parade procession begins at 11 a.m. on Grantwood Drive, continues north along State Road, and ends at Ukrainian Heritage Park, located across the street from St. Josaphat Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral - 5720 State Road, Parma, Ohio.
If you missed last years Tomato Festival at Cavotta's Garden Center, be sure to mark your calendars and get your tickets for this years festival on Sunday, August 19, 2018 from 1:00 to 5:00 pm. Local chefs will be preparing fabulous dishes using Cavotta's Heirloom Tomatoes, as well as tomato cocktails. Local vendors, live music, raffles and much more! The event is at Cavotta's Garden Center 19603 Nottingham Rd. Cleveland, OH. Tickets are $50 a person and are advance sale only. Call 440-897-1497 to get your tickets before they run out. I can tell you that this is an event you don't want to miss out on. The food and drinks will be amazing as they have in years past. You can dine and listen to music while surrounded by Cavotta's beautiful gardens. Buy your tickets now and enjoy a summer day surrounded by flowers and eating heirloom tomatos.
Unique yards, gardens, landscaping and landmarks will be on display for the upcoming 2018 Euclid Pond and Garden Tour. This two-day self-guided tour will take place Saturday July 21 from 1:00 – 5:00 p.m. with a Special Twilight Tour from 7:30 – 10:00 p.m. On Sunday July 22, the tour runs from 1:00 – 6:00 p.m. The City of Euclid and The Euclid Shade Tree Beautification Commission sponsor the event. Corporate sponsors for this year’s tour are: Northeast Factory Direct, Daugherty Construction Inc., and Cropel Group/Dovetail Solar.
On Sunday, June 24th, the Cleveland Shakespeare Festival presented Troilus & Cressida at Sims Park. Don't worry if you missed it, they will be back! All are welcome on Friday, July 27th at 7:00 pm to see the Cleveland Shakespeare Festival performance of The Twelfth Night. This performance is part of their 21st season of free outdoor theatre. We are thrilled to welcome them to Euclid and Sims Park.
“Feeling powerless can be devastating,” said singer Melissa McCreight as she reflected on her band SIX sometimes SEVEN’s upcoming gig. The group will join five other bands to perform June 14 at Jam for Justice 2018, a charity concert for The Legal Aid Society of Cleveland, which serves Northeast Ohio’s most vulnerable families faced with legal threats to housing, safety and security.
BRIARDALE GREENS GOLF COURSE
Mark your calendars for Thursday, June 21st, when Euclid Hunger Center will host it's 7th annual Kick Off Summer fundraiser at the Briardale Greens Pavilion. The event will feature a picnic-style dinner, adult beverages, music, and some fabulous raffle prizes. Tickets will be available beginning May 1st. For more information or to purchase tickets, contact Kay at the Hunger Center, at 216-731-3329, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Irish American Club, East Side is pleased to present “Ireland’s Happy Man,” Cahal Dunne for one show only on Friday, June 15, 2018. The afternoon performance will take place at the Irish American Club, East Side at 22770 Lakeshore Blvd., in Euclid.
Dunne, a gifted vocalist, composer, storyteller, pianist and comedian, is a native of County Cork, Ireland. His performance will include a range of music, covering everything from The Music of the Night to silly songs like The Menopause Song. His style is rich and deep, winning him fans from across the country.
Doors will open for lunch, beginning at 11:30 am. Lunch will feature boneless chicken breast with rice pilaf, steamed vegetable medley, and salad. Tickets for the event are $25 for Irish American Club members and $30 for non-members. To purchase tickets, contact Sue McGill at 216-386-5468 or Mary Jo Gurry at 216-375-5468.
Cleveland Metroparks popular lakefront concert series Euclid Beach LIVE is returning for the 5th consecutive year beginning Friday, June 1. Everyone’s favorite activities are back, including free live musical performances, an array of local food trucks and recreational activities. Visitors can also see ongoing developments of the Euclid Beach Pier which is expected to be completed this fall.