Calendar of EventsMarch 15, 2014
Saturday, March 15th
8:30am to 4pm
3430 Rocky River Drive
Gerard Thomas Straub had a long and distinguished career as a network television producer and executive in New York and Hollywood; he produced dramatic television series that have aired on CBS, NBC and ABC. Join us as Gerry shares his compelling conversion story in which he went from being an Atheist and Hollywood television producer to a Secular Franciscan whose ministry puts the power of film at the service of the poor by making films in the worst slums on earth. Throughout the presentation Gerry will weave in clips from some his 18 heart-wrenching documentary films on global and domestic poverty.
For more info, and to register, click here.
March 21, 2014
Friday, March 21st
5 pm – 11 pm
W. 58th Street to W. 78th Street
Every third Friday of the month, visitors of Gordon Square have been known to explore the art galleries of the 78th Street Studios, dine at eclectic restaurants, and hear music at cool night clubs found within this popular Cleveland arts district.For more information, click here.
March 29, 2014
Saturday, March 29th
11am to 2pm
Elizabeth Baptist Church
You are invited to the Broadway-Slavic Village Neighborhood Summit on Saturday, March 29th from 11am to 2pm. The theme of this year’s Summit is “Bridge Builders: Linking Generations in Slavic Village”. The guest speaker is Felton Thomas, Jr. CEO of the Cleveland Public Library.
March 31, 2014
Saturday, May 17th and Sunday, May 18th
Deadline to be sponsor or vendor is 3.31.14
Be part of the fastest growing festival in Northeast Ohio! Over 38,000 people attended last year’s event. Deadline is approaching March 31st to be a sponsor or a vendor. For more info, click here.
April 4, 2014
Friday, April 4th and Saturday, April 5th
Analyzing the Urban Food Movement through a Social Justice Lens
Case Western Reserve University
University Circle United Methodist Church
1919 East 107th
Free and Open to Public!
Join Environmental Health Watch, Case Western Reserve University, RidAll to learn about Race, Food and Justice: Analyzing the Urban Food Movement through a Social Justice Lens. Click here for more information.
The Vital Neighborhoods working group of Sustainable Cleveland 2019 is a volunteer led group of Clevelanders working to cultivate sustainable neighborhoods of choice where residents are engaged, empowered, enlightened, resilient and self-reliant. Since 2011, the Vital Neighborhoods group has sponsored several programs, events and contests all geared toward meeting this mission. In 2013, the Vital Neighborhoods group is proud to offer a micro-grant opportunity to support neighbors as they share their skills, talents and gifts throughout Cleveland.
Apply now for Winter 2014! Session runs January 13th to March 7th, 2014.
Ceramics – Digital Arts – Music Recording and Production (Music RnP) – Photography – Video/Film Production
Students in grades 9th to 12th from any high school in Greater Cleveland can participate in NewBridge Youth Program.
Classes run in 8-week quarters during the school year: Monday/Wednesday or Tuesday/Thursday tracks.
3:30pm to 6pm
Apply online by visiting www.newbridgecleveland.org, click on Student Resources and find Apply Now, and indicate the quarter, day track and order of preference for class choice.
Classes are free. Bus passes and snacks provided.
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