Games, crafts, Unique Boutique, pumpkin patch, food trucks, live music, scavenger hunt, ninja course. Free and open to the community.
Get up close and personal with these big trucks! * Fire Engine * Ambulance * Rubbish Truck * Front End Loader * Snow Plow * Tractor * Bucket Truck * Police Cruiser * Dump Truck and more! Get your child their very own driver’s license too! Don’t forget to bring your camera! Beachwood Service Center
Art historian Felicia Zavarella Stadelman returns with her popular series on the lives and works of beloved artists. To Frederic Remington the bond between the horse and the rider was powerful and lifesaving, as symbols of freedom on the frontier. His work inspires appreciation for the rustic life of the West.
Infant mortality among African Americans is increasing in Cuyahoga County, and the ongoing lead crisis in our water and homes continues to be unsafe for children. Join us to learn about the doctors and workers on the front line of the lead crisis, using Glenville as a case study. Neil Hodge and Jackie Mattis, M.D.,
Please join us for this informative and entertaining monthly program about the music, history, story and performance of classic Operas with Dr. Michael Blauner. King Henry VIII ruled England in the mid 17th Century. The decisions he made in his personal and political life have ramifications for us. And of course, these historical currents provided
The Maltz Museum welcomes all school students and educators with free admission on Saturday, March 24, with special screening of a short Stop the Hate® film chronicling the impact of unchecked hate and violence. The film will be shown in intervals throughout the day. The Maltz Museum is a registered safe space for anyone to
Pierre Renoir – The story behind the man, not the icon, who refused to think of himself as an impressionist. He believed that “a work of art must seize upon you, wrap you up in itself, and carry you away.” Art historian Felicia Zavarella Stadelman returns with her popular series on the lives and works