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July 2017 – Plain Press Community Board

COMMUNITY BOARD JULY  2017 The Plain Press Community Board is a listing of a variety of free activities and resources for neighborhoods served by the Plain Press. Printing for it is sponsored by Organize! Ohio through donations from readers and supporters. ARTS AND CULTURE WALKABOUT TREMONT.  Art, fashion, music, food and drink, street performers and … Continue reading

COMMUNITY BOARD SEPTEMBER 2016

  A listing of a variety of free activities and resources for the Near West Side. AGING CLEVELAND SENIOR WALK—a free one- or two-mile fun walk–is scheduled for September 15 at Mall C in Downtown Cleveland. (Rain location is inside Public Hall.)  registration and health screenings at 8:45 am, program at 9 am, and walk … Continue reading

COMMUNITY BOARD AUGUST 2016

  A listing of a variety of free activities and resources for the Near West Side. ARTS AND CULTURE CLEVELAND MUSEUM OF ART in University Circle sponsors Free Second Sundays Family Days (August 14) from 11am to 4 pm. Hands-on art projects, games, music and more. For more information, visit ClevelandArt.org/summeratCMA. DETROIT SHOREWAY FREE SUMMER … Continue reading

COMMUNITY BOARD JUNE 2016

A listing of a variety of free activities and resources for the Near West Side. ADULT EDUCATION FREE GED/SKILLS ENRICHMENT CLASSES will be held at the Cleveland Public Library Fulton Branch at 3545 Fulton Rd, CPL Walz Branch at 7910 Detroit Ave. on Monday, Tuesday and Thursday mornings starting at 10 am, and at Seeds … Continue reading

COMMUNITY BOARD: APRIL 2016

A listing of a variety of free activities and resources for the Near West Side. ARTS AND CULTURE PLAY LAB AND SPRING WORKSHOPS will be held Friday through Sunday, April 15 -17 at the Creative Space at Waterloo Arts at 397 East 156th St. Staged readings, a Saturday morning workshop for children, Saturday afternoon workshop … Continue reading

COMMUNITY BOARD: MARCH 2016

A listing of a variety of free activities and resources for the Near West Side. ARTS AND CULTURE CALL FOR ARTISTS!  THE 29TH ANNUAL CLIFTON ARTS & MUSICFEST, which will be held  on Saturday, June 18th, is looking for fine artists and craftspersons to display and sell their work. Go to http://cudell.com/artsfest.asp for an application.  The event … Continue reading

COMMUNITY BOARD, a listing of a variety of free activities and resources for the Near West Side.

(Plain Press, July 2014) ADULT LEADERSHIP APPLY FOR A NEIGHBORHOOD CONNECTIONS GRANT, micro-grant opportunities to support neighbors as they share their skills in small, grassroots community efforts. The next application deadline to submit a Neighborhood Connections Grant is August 8th. Anyone interested in support for submitting an application may attend a training session on Wednesday, July 23rd from 6pm to … Continue reading

COMMUNITY BOARD – JUNE 2014

A listing of various free activities and resources for  the Near West Side. ADULT EDUCATION/JOB TRAINING FREE GED PREPARATION is available through Seeds of Literacy at 3104 West 25th, 3rd Floor (near Clark Ave.).  One-to-one tutoring, computer training, learn at you own pace in a relaxed atmosphere.  Call 216/661-7950 to enroll or visit http://www.seedsofliteracy.org PHARMACY … Continue reading

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ARTS AND CULTURE BELT MAGAZINE EVENTS AT HAPPY DOG at 5801 Detroit are scheduled for Second Tuesday of the month @ 7:30 PM:  May 13- Hamlet: World’s Longest Knock-Knock Joke. Third Wednesday of the month @ 7:30 PM in the Underdog: May 21- A Night with Midwestern Gothic (Ann Arbor & Chicago).  For more information, … Continue reading

COMMUNITY BOARD – APRIL 2014

ART TWO NEW SOLO EXHIBITIONS that use photography to explore the complexities of narrative and perception are showing at the Transformer Station:  Peckerwood: Photographs by Christian Patterson and SUPERBLACK: New Work by Jordan Tate. Tate Artist Dialogue: May 1 at 7 pm.  For more information, visit http://www.christianpatterson.com., http://www.jordantate.com,  http://www.TransformerStation.org or call the Station at 216/938-5429.  Always … Continue reading

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