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Walking in Central June 26th

Thursday, June 24th, 2010

Looking for the Soul of the City–Walking as Pilgrimage is a collection of Trinity Cathedral parishioners and others who are interested in learning about our region by walking and seeing urban neighborhoods through the eyes of those who know and love them. You will enjoy these walks if you want to learn more about Cleveland’s neighborhoods, you already know and love these neighborhoods and want to share them with others, or you take pleasure in exercise and fellowship with a congenial group

The  next walk is:

Saturday June 26th

Meet at 8:45 AM

Trinity Cathedral Parking Lot E. 22nd and Prospect

On the 26th, the group will be exploring Cleveland’s Central Neighborhood, first settled in the 1800’s by German immigrants, Central is home to the nations first planned housing development (Outhwaite & Central) homes, as well as major Cleveland institutions including Cleveland State, Cuyahoga Community College and St. Vincent Charity Hospital have current or recently completed major development projects.  Walkers will see thriving community gardens (including Trinity’s own!), new single family home neighborhoods, CMHA’s new and prospering Carver Park development and Marion Sterling Elementary School.

Please RSVP to Marie Kittredge, Executive Director

Slavic Village Development (p) 216-429-1182 ext 128 (c) 216-513-4002

This will be the contact phone number on the day of the hike.