Monday, June 03, 2019 at 01:00 PM
There are just two things that money can't buy - that's true love and homegrown tomatoes. Come on down and learn to treat your sweet tomater babies right and enjoy their fruits all summer long.
Tuesday, June 04, 2019 at 12:00 PM
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.
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.
Friday, June 07, 2019 at 04:00 PM
Our Edith Chase Lecture Speaker is Jim White
“Legacy and Lessons from the Cuyahoga River”
Jim White retired in 2017 as the director of Sustainable Infrastructure programs of the Cleveland Cuyahoga Port Authority, concluding a 47-year award-winning career in environmental planning and management. In 2017, Mr. White was named “Champion of the River” by the Cuyahoga River Restoration Project. While director, Mr. White designed and placed in operation two river-cleaning boats, “Flotsam” and “Jetsam,” which have cleared the River of surface trash efficiently for the past eight years, and have been models for similar cleaning vessels nationally. Prior to serving the Port Authority, Mr. White was the River Navigator for the American Heritage River Program, where he was awarded the 2006 Ohio Lake Erie Award. Prior to that Mr. White served as Executive Director of the Cuyahoga River Community Planning Organization, where he directed the development of the Remedial Action Plan. Edith Chase was a member of the Advisory Board of that organization at that time.
Jim White is a native of Brecksville. He earned a Master’s Degree in Planning from the University of Virginia. He served in municipal and county government planning and management positions in Virginia, including County Administrator for Culpeper County, before returning home to the Cuyahoga Valley to apply his talent and skill to the Resurrection of the Cuyahoga River.
Learn more: HERE
Friday, June 07, 2019 at 06:00 PM
The 2019 Vibrant City Awards Lunch is hosted by Cleveland Neighborhood Progress and presented by Delta Dental. This fifth annual event celebrates Cleveland’s neighborhoods and the leading revitalization efforts taking place within them. We will partner again with the Cleveland Metroparks in 2019, hosting this popular event in Collinwood at Euclid Beach Park, where we will look out over Lake Erie and the park’s brand new pier.
LEARN MORE: HERE
Saturday, June 08, 2019 at 10:00 AM
2019 Theme Mythology of Illusion
All parade workshops are held in the parade tent (11150 East Blvd., corner of Wade Oval Dr. and East Blvd., in the former CIA parking lot)
For 30 years, the Cleveland Museum of Art has been bringing this FREE signature summer event to Greater Cleveland. University Circle comes alive with color, music, and art for all ages. International and national guest artists join Greater Cleveland artists, families, schools, and community groups in a spectacular display of bright costumes, giant puppets, stilt dancers, handmade masks, and colorful floats. Circle Village, which includes activities, entertainment, and food, is presented by University Circle Inc.
Learn more: HERE
Saturday, June 08, 2019 at 03:00 PM
Join us the Saturday before Father's Day to create the perfect herb garden for a unique Father's Day gift. Dad will be able to up his grilling game with freshly harvested herbs for all his grilled creations. We will provide all the plants, soil, containers.... Snacks will be served. Please BYOB if you would like a lil adult beverage while you are planting.
As with any of our workshops... if you would like this workshop on a different night than we are offering it, just gather 5 or more friends and contact us to schedule a private class. 330.923.9747
Wednesday, June 12, 2019 at 04:30 PM
How the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland is using innovation to drive real change.
With two decades of investment and engagement to change the trajectory of poverty in Cleveland, the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland introduced a fellowship that would bring new, innovative approaches to effect change. Inspired by national models and the selfless dedication of Clevelanders, The Innovation Mission selected five fellows with plans for innovative projects to disrupt the cycle of poverty. This initiative from the Sisters of Charity Foundation was built on the notion that one big idea could change everything.
To mark the conclusion of this unique fellowship, we invite you for an evening of celebration as we honor the potential that lies in supporting innovation. At the Global Center for Health Innovation, join us to meet the fellows and their innovative journey; engage community leaders in discussion on the innovative models at work; and learn about the future of innovation at the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland.
Featuring a panel discussion moderated by Darrielle Snipes, ideastream reporter/producer.
Appetizers, beer and wine provided.
The Innovation Mission is a ground-breaking initiative of the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland in collaboration with Cleveland Leadership Center.
Saturday, June 15, 2019 at 06:00 PM
Water Lantern Festival is filled with fun, happiness, hope, and great memories that you'll cherish for a lifetime. This is a family friendly event that can be shared by everyone. Friends, families, neighbors, and lots of people that you haven't met can come together to create a peaceful, memorable experience.
Learn more: HERE
Monday, June 17, 2019 at 06:00 PM
Seed saving is a growing movement which encourages the growing of heirloom (non-genetically modified/hybridized) varieties of plants in order to increase the genetic diversity for gardeners and farmers. Come learn the basic information and techniques you need to start saving your own seeds in this introductory course. No background knowledge is required.
LEARN MORE: HERE
Tuesday, June 18, 2019 at 04:00 PM
From March - November of each year, the Cleveland Dept. of Public Health @ J. Glen Smith Health Center partners with the Greater Cleveland Foodbank in receiving over 6000 pounds of produce each month to distribute to the community at large. We are considered a "Food is Medicine" site in which we have nursing students who take blood pressures, glucose and cholesterol readings (as available); food demos, managed care agency tables, community agency tables, community agency participation by volunteering which includes our partnership with the Greater Cleveland Volunteer Association!
For those who would like to receive produce, please bring bags and arrive early (line forms at 3:00pm)! For those who would like to volunteer, please contact Kathy Rothenberg-James at email@example.com.
Contact with questions: Kathy Rothenberg-James at firstname.lastname@example.org; 216-664-2362 or 216-857-7467 (cell)