Events

  • Saturday, May 25, 2019 at 10:00 AM

    Plant Propagation Basics

     

    If you can cook, you can propagate! Learn how to multiply your plants with simple recipes for propagation using division, layering, softwood cuttings and hardwood cuttings. Supplies will be provided to make a simple 8” propagator to take cuttings of annuals and perennials including herbs. Price also includes a “preowned” copy of an excellent “recipe book” The Plant Propagators Handbook by Peter Thompson.

    $20 per member, $35 per nonmember

     

    LEARN MORE: HERE

    Cleveland Botanical Garden in Cleveland, OH
  • Saturday, May 25, 2019 at 01:00 PM

    Toxin-Free Cleaning Workshop

     

    In this hands-on workshop, you will learn about the most effective essential oils and products to use in order to create your own kitchen, bathroom, and surface cleaners for your home. The best part is that there are no harsh chemicals involved so you get peace of mind knowing these homemade cleaners are safe AND effective.

     

    This class will last for approximately two hours. In the first hour, we will dive into learning about the most effective oils used for cleaning and their properties. In the second hour, you will be making some cleaning products you can take home that night and use right away!

     

    All make and take items will be $5. You can make as many or as few as you would like, while supplies last.

     

    This event is for everyone and a lot more fun when you bring a friend along!

     

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  • Sunday, May 26, 2019 at 12:00 PM

    Common Ground 2019 (Webinar)

     

    Description

     

    Interested in learning more about the Cleveland Foundation's Common Ground event? Join us for a Common Ground 2019 information session to learn more about this region-wide initiative and how you can get ready for June 30!

     

    ABOUT COMMON GROUND

    Common Ground is a region-wide day of community conversation that explores our community’s power to communicate and connect to build a stronger, safer and more dynamic home. On one day, residents in Cuyahoga, Lake and Geauga counties meet, share a meal, connect and discuss. In 2018, over 4,000 residents participated in forward-looking conversations that explored the many different ways we can make Northeast Ohio a better place.

     

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    Online Webinar in Lakewood, OH
  • Sunday, May 26, 2019 at 02:00 PM

    #CG2019 FredWalksCLE: River Hike with a Twist

    Description

    Enjoy a guided hike in the Flats along the Cleveland Foundation Centennial Lake Link Trail and the Towpath Trail. Learn about the rich history and abundant nature in this revitalized area. Return to Merwin's Wharf for one of their famous BIG soft pretzels after the hike.

     

    This event is open to those who are ages 18 and older. The hike will take place over various terrains including paved, grass, steps, and hills.

     

    This event is FREE and supported by the Cleveland Foundation as a part of Common Ground and #FredWalksCLE, a neighborhood event series exploring the natural environments that nourish and sustain Northeast Ohio.

     

    Registration is required to attend.

     

    Since 1917, Cleveland Metroparks has been committed to a mission of conservation, education and recreation. As Cleveland Metroparks looks ahead to the next 100 years of growth and beyond, it guides itself by Cleveland Metroparks 2020: The Emerald Necklace Centennial Plan. The plan is based on five strategic goals - Protection, Relevancy, Connections, Come Out and Play and Organizational Sustainability.

     

    Common Ground is a day of community conversation. On a single day, you can be a part of an exciting region-wide initiative to explore our community’s power to communicate and connect in order to build a stronger, safer and more dynamic home. Common Ground is presented by the Cleveland Foundation and thousands of engaged residents. Learn more at clevelandfoundation.org/commonground.

     

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    Merwin's Wharf in Cleveland, OH
  • Tuesday, May 28, 2019 at 06:00 PM

    Rain Garden Workshop - West Creek Conservancy

    Details

    Learn how to install stormwater control measures on your property. This can help improve water quality and reduce your NEORSD stormwater fees! Rain barrels will be available to order at a discounted price.

     

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  • Tuesday, May 28, 2019 at 06:30 PM

    Learn Backyard Composting 101 (Free Seminar)

    Learn Backyard Composting 101 at Upcoming Free Seminars Scheduled Throughout Cuyahoga County.

     

    Composting-made-easy is the theme of the Cuyahoga County Solid Waste District's 2018 composting seminars and bin sales taking place at local municipalities throughout the spring and summer.

     

    The informative seminars are designed to teach residents how to properly compost yard waste and food scraps in their backyards while offering low-cost compost bins for sale. Backyard composting helps reduce the amount of organic waste sent to landfills while creating a healthy soil additive that can be used in gardens and landscapes.

     

    About:

    Compost seminars are open to all county residents and registration is required.

    To register for a seminar visit http://www.cuyahogarecycles.org/compost_workshops_and_bins or call (216) 443-3731 ☎.

     

    What is compost? Compost consists of organic materials derived from plants and some animal material that has been decomposed largely through aerobic decomposition (with oxygen). The process of composting is simple and is practiced by individuals in their homes, farmers on their land and by industries and cities through contracts with composting businesses.

     

    Compost is rich in nutrients. It is used in gardens, landscaping, horticulture and agriculture. The compost itself is beneficial for the land in many ways, including as a soil conditioner, a fertilizer to add vital humus or humic acids, and as a natural pesticide for soil. In ecosystems, compost is useful for erosion control, land and stream reclamation and wetland construction.

     

    The following items are available for purchase by cash or check only:

    Wishing Well Composter - $50.00
    Ultimate Dirt Machine Digester - $50.00
    Yard Butler (aeration tool) - $20.00
    Compost Thermometer - $10.00
    Sure-Close Compost Pail - $5.00

     

    Cuyahoga County Solid Waste District:

     

    The Cuyahoga County Solid Waste District is the public agency helping the people of Cuyahoga County reduce, reuse and recycle at home, at work and in their communities. We serve as the leading resource in the County for information, expertise and programs that support sustainable materials management and reduce the environmental impact of waste. Visit www.CuyahogaRecycles.org 🌐 or call (216) 443-3749 ☎ to learn how to recycle in your community and discover other recycling and disposal options.

     

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    Bay Village Community House in Bay Village, OH
  • Wednesday, May 29, 2019 at 09:30 AM

    Silver Spokes - Cycling Class For Older Adults

     

    Curious about cycling as a form of exercise? Want to try an age-friendly bike? Join the Dept. of Aging and Bike Cleveland for a FREE hands-on cycling event where you can choose to:
    -Try out accessible bicycles and tricycles
    -Learn road rules for cyclists and drivers
    -Engage with others who are interested in cycling

    Contact with questions: Fallon Peterson at 216-664-4383 fpeterson@city.cleveland.oh.us

    Please call to register! Be sure to wear comfortable clothes and closed-toed shoes.

     

    League Park in Cleveland, OH
  • Thursday, May 30, 2019 at 07:00 PM

    Knowing Your Home: Solar 101

    Join LakewoodAlive and Third Sun Solar for a workshop focused on solar power. David Zelasko, a Solar Consultant that works for Third Sun Solar’s Lakewood office will be discussing the benefits of solar energy (environmental, economic, property values). He will also discuss how solar works, and important things to look for to ensure that you choose the right contractor.
     
    Solar energy systems are very customizable to each homeowner and business based on their energy usage and electricity provider
    Join us on Thursday, May 30th for this exciting workshop and learn how solar can impact your life!
     
    Knowing Your Home is an educational series focused on best sustainability & home maintenance practices empowering residents to tackle necessary repairs and improvements.
     
    Knowing Your Home is generously supported by: Citizens BankCity of Lakewood, Ohio - Municipal GovernmentCleveland Lumber CompanyFirst Federal Lakewood
     
    In lieu of charging for these events, participants are encouraged to either consider making a donation to LakewoodAlive or bringing canned foods or other non-perishable items for donation to the Lakewood Community Services Center. We appreciate your support.
    Buckeye Beer Engine
  • Sunday, June 02, 2019 at 06:00 PM

    Brunch on the Lake with Chad Pregracke

     

    On June 2, 2019, we invite to join us for a wonderful June brunch at the exclusive, members-only Shoreby Club in Bratenahl with featured speaker Chad Pregracke, a recipient of CNN’s Hero of the Year Award (2013) who has received international acclaim for his efforts to clean up America’s rivers.

     

    The event will be held outdoors under a gorgeous, open-air tent with breathtaking views of Lake Erie.

     

    Location: Shoreby Club – 40 Shoreby Drive, Bratenahl, OH

     

    Join PHASTAR Corporation for a wonderful June brunch at the exclusive, members-only Shoreby Club in Bratenahl with featured speaker Chad Pregracke, a recipient of CNN’s Hero of the Year Award (2013) who has received international acclaim for his efforts to clean up America’s rivers.

     

    The event will be held outdoors under a gorgeous, open-air tent with breathtaking views of Lake Erie.

     

    Mr. Pregracke was selected to speak at the fundraiser because of our shared mission to make the world a better place.  His message and his life’s work is particularly timely with Cleveland celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Cuyahoga River fire this June. That infamous 1969 incident led to the creation of the Clean Water Act. Fifty years later, the Cuyahoga River has made a remarkable turn around and Cleveland now celebrates a vibrant boating community and boasts numerous recreational and competitive activities on the river and Lake Erie.

     

    The brunch fundraiser is designed to increase awareness and support of the PHASTAR mission, and to provide the local community with an opportunity to learn more about PHASTAR’s initiatives and programs.

     

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    Shoreby Club