Do More

Do More

Get involved in the Year of Vital Neighborhoods at home, at work and in your community!

 

Vital Neighborhoods Powered by PechaKucha: Join the Mayor's Office of Sustainability for our 5th annual Powered by PechaKucha event on Tuesday, July 10th from 5:30-8:00pm at the Music Box Supper Club. This FREE event is open to everyone interested in making Cleveland's neighborhoods more vital and vibrant. 

Sustainable Cleveland Summit: Save the date for the 10th annual Sustainable Cleveland Summit, to be held on September 19-20, 2018 at Cleveland Public Auditorium.

GardenWalk Cleveland: Visit Cleveland neighborhoods for GardenWalk Cleveland, a self-guided tour of gardens, urban farms, vineyards and orchards in five Cleveland neighborhoods on Saturday, July 7th (West Park and Detroit Shoreway) and Sunday, July 8th (Broadway Slavic Village, North Collinwood, and Little Italy).  Contact Cathi Lehn if interested in volunteering for GardenWalk.

Open Streets: Open Streets Cleveland temporarily reclaims streets as a free public space for people of all ages and abilities.With car-free neighborhood routes of 1 to 3 miles, Open Streets Cleveland builds community through safe and accessible people-powered movement. Join us on July 15th (Central), July 29th (Cultural Gardens), and August 18th (Metro).

Potluck in the Park: Get to know your neighbors by attending Vital Neighborhood Working Group’s annual Potluck in the Park event at Dunham Tavern on Saturday, September 29th. This community-wide potluck moves to a different location each year to bring growers, producers, cooks and eaters together over a healthy meal to celebrate local food.

Vital Neighborhoods: The Vital Neighborhoods Working Group strives to cultivate sustainable neighborhoods of choice where residents are engaged, empowered, enlightened, resilient and self-reliant.

What's Your Story? Everyone is invited to share your sustainability success stories and be celebrated at the 2018 Summit (Sept 20-21). Storytellers that share a photo will be eligible for prizes!

ioby: ioby (in our back yard) gives leaders the ability to organize all kinds of capital—cash, social networks, in-kind donations, volunteers, advocacy— to build real, lasting change from the ground up. Learn about what the leaders in your community are doing to make your neighborhood a more vital place to live and learn what you can do to help. 

 

Check out the Sustainable Cleveland events calendar for an updated list of neighborhood events.

 

If you are interested in volunteering at these or other Sustainable Cleveland events, please contact Cathi Lehn at clehn@city.cleveland.oh.us.

 

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