Posts Tagged ‘community’

Author of “The Search Of Community” in Cleveland

Wednesday, November 3rd, 2010

In Search of Community

Peter Lovenheim, author of in the Neighborhood: The Search for Community on an American Street one Sllepover at  a Time, will discuss his book and talk about his search for community on his street.

Hear from others in Greater Cleveland on the importance of building community, what they are doing to get to know their neighbors, and why it’s so important to creating healthy neighborhoods.

Wednesday, November 10th

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10:30am to 12:30pm

Trinity Commons Cleveland

 

RSVP by calling 216-925-4901 or visit www.neighborhoodgrants.org

Thumbs down to another liquor license!

Wednesday, June 16th, 2010

Are you aware that a business in our neighborhood has applied for a new liquor permit?

There are already plenty of places to purchase liquor in our neighborhood. Do we need another store selling liquor?  The store at 3609 Community College Ave has applied for a liquor permit.

Make your voice heard! Come to City Hall to express your opinion about the liquor permit!

The hearing will be on Friday, June 25, 2010 at:

Cleveland City Hall

601 Lakeside Ave. Room 217

Cleveland, Ohio 44114

For  more information contact Councilwomen Phyllis Cleveland at

216-664-2309 or Burten, Bell, Carr Development, Inc., at 216-341-1455

Central & Campus District Bicycle Tour

Thursday, May 6th, 2010

Central & Campus District Bicycle Tour

Celebrate Cleveland Bicycle Week by experiencing and learning about two of Cleveland’s most exciting neighborhoods!

 Tuesday, May 18, 2010, 6-7:30pm Meet at the Downtown YMCA 2200 Prospect Avenue Cleveland, Ohio 44115

Join us for a free guided bicycle tour of two of Cleveland’s most exciting neighborhoods!

 As part of Cleveland Bicycle Week, Burten, Bell, Carr Development, Inc. and Campus District Inc. will be giving a free bicycle tour of the Central and Campus District neighborhoods Tuesday, May 18 from 6 to 7:30pm.

 The tour will emphasize redevelopment activity that has occurred in both communities in recent years as well as major revitalization projects currently being planned and on the horizon in each.

 Participants will meet at the Downtown Cleveland YMCA at 2200 Prospect Avenue, and will conclude at there for healthy snacks following the tour. Secure parking will be provided free courtesy of the Downtown YMCA, but attendees must contact Jeffrey Sugalski at (216) 341-1455 or jsugalski@bbcdevelopment.org to request a parking pass.

All attendees must bring their own bicycles and are required to wear helmets to take part in the tour.

For more information about the Central & Campus District Bicycle Tour and the other events of Cleveland Bicycle Week, please visit www.clevelandbicycleweek.org  or  call (216)341-1455.