Computer Basics 2
Oct
17
11:00 AM11:00

Computer Basics 2

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Open and judgment-free Computer Basics 2 class in our Computer Lab, located within the Gordon Square Arcade. Perfect for users looking to expand their new computer skills. Every Thursday, 11am-12pm.

For more information, contact our Digital Literacy Coordinator, Alicia Greasby, by email or at 216.961.9073 x235

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Computer Basics 1
Oct
18
6:00 PM18:00

Computer Basics 1

Open and judgment-free Computer Basics class in our Computer Lab, located within the Gordon Square Arcade. Perfect for beginners, every other Friday, 6-7pm.

For more information, contact our Digital Literacy Coordinator, Alicia Greasby, by email or at 216.961.9073 x235

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CPR & Bleeding Control Class
Oct
19
2:00 PM14:00

CPR & Bleeding Control Class

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Gordon Square CPR offers FREE American Heart Association Heartsaver CPR/AED training and American College of Surgeons Basic Bleeding Control Training. No prior training or experience is needed. This class is appropriate for anyone who wants to learn CPR for the first time or has not had a CPR class in over 2 years. This class is NOT intended for healthcare providers such as Paramedics, Nurses, and Physicians

Gordon Square CPR’s mission is to empower community members by providing quality emergency training that is free, accessible and accredited.

To sign up, email gordonsquarecpr@gmail.com.

Fall 2019 Classes:

Sunday Sept 29th, 2-6pm with Erin Luciano
Sunday Oct 6th, 2-6pm with Joseph McCullough
Sunday Oct 13th, 2-6pm with Tim Sommerfelt
Saturday Oct 19th, 2-6 pm with Dominique Bouye

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12 Hours of Terror
Oct
19
to Oct 20

12 Hours of Terror

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Join the Capitol Theatre for the 10th Annual 12 Hours of Terror, an all-night horror movie marathon that includes: A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984), Scream (1996), Bloody Birthday (1981), Parasite 3D (1982), Dawn of the Dead (2004) plus 2 surprise films. They'll also be having a special cake and ice cream break to celebrate the 10th anniversary! No one under 18 admitted.

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Donut Worry Run Happy
Oct
20
8:30 AM08:30

Donut Worry Run Happy

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8:30am - Race Day Registration and Packet Pick Up
9:45am - Donut Dash - A tenth of a mile through Labyrinth Park
10:00am - 5K

Route and road closures:

The race will begin at 10am on W. 65th St. from W. Clinton Ave. to Detroit Ave., and that portion of W. 65th will be closed for the duration of the race. The route runs north on W. 65th from Detroit to Father Caruso and then along the bike path. One southbound lane will remain open on W. 65th (north of Detroit), and there will be rolling closures on Father Caruso, Breakwater, W. 58th, and W. 45th. Interruption will start at 9:50 until the last runner around 12pm.

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Form-Based Code Public Bike Tour
Oct
21
12:00 PM12:00

Form-Based Code Public Bike Tour

1st Pilot Area Boundary (Detroit Shoreway & Cudell)

1st Pilot Area Boundary (Detroit Shoreway & Cudell)

Come help us develop a form-based code for the Detroit Shoreway & Cudell neighborhoods! All events are open to the public – the week includes a variety of ways to provide input, share ideas and get involved.

The City Planning Commission has identified parts of the Detroit Shoreway and Cudell neighborhoods to be the first form-based code areas in Cleveland. This project area aligns with the strategy of providing for planning and zoning support near areas where public and private investment are working together. This will allow the City and residents to drive the vision for areas anticipated to see spinoff development activity in the near future and help to ensure equitable results.

What is a Form-Based Code?

A Form-Based Code is a new approach to zoning with an increased focus on walkability, predictability and mixed use development.

Why do we need your help?

We've identified the first pilot area of our form-based code project and we need your help gathering ideas that will drive the vision for these neighborhoods.

Detroit Shoreway/Cudell Public Bike Tour

Bring your bike for a guided tour through the Detroit Shoreway and Cudell neighborhoods.

This interactive tour is designed to engage the public in the planning process, explore local development first-hand, discover new opportunities for these neighborhoods and serve as a starting point for discussions during the Hands-on Workshop event.

What to Expect:

Meet outside Happy Dog at 12pm. Bikes leave at 12:15pm. The tour is expected to last for approximately 1 hour. There will be interactive opportunities to provide input and share ideas at specific destinations along the route. Additional details coming soon.

What to Bring:

Bring your own bike or scooter and any drinks or snacks that you may need.

More opportunities:

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Form-Based Code Hands-On Workshop
Oct
21
6:00 PM18:00

Form-Based Code Hands-On Workshop

1st Pilot Area Boundary (Detroit Shoreway & Cudell)

1st Pilot Area Boundary (Detroit Shoreway & Cudell)

Come help us develop a form-based code for the Detroit Shoreway & Cudell neighborhoods! All events are open to the public – the week includes a variety of ways to provide input, share ideas and get involved.

The City Planning Commission has identified parts of the Detroit Shoreway and Cudell neighborhoods to be the first form-based code areas in Cleveland. This project area aligns with the strategy of providing for planning and zoning support near areas where public and private investment are working together. This will allow the City and residents to drive the vision for areas anticipated to see spinoff development activity in the near future and help to ensure equitable results.

What is a Form-Based Code?

A Form-Based Code is a new approach to zoning with an increased focus on walkability, predictability and mixed use development.

Why do we need your help?

We've identified the first pilot area of our form-based code project and we need your help gathering ideas that will drive the vision for these neighborhoods.

Hands-On Workshop

Join us for a hands-on workshop – an interactive, participatory session where we will discuss future land use and zoning changes and the development of the form-based code. After the presentation, break into small groups and draw your vision for the future, highlight problems and identifying opportunities. Ideas from each group will be reported back to all participants.


More opportunities:

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Form-Based Code Open Design Studio
Oct
22
9:00 AM09:00

Form-Based Code Open Design Studio

  • Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Professional Realty (map)
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1st Pilot Area Boundary (Detroit Shoreway & Cudell)

1st Pilot Area Boundary (Detroit Shoreway & Cudell)

Come help us develop a form-based code for the Detroit Shoreway & Cudell neighborhoods! All events are open to the public – the week includes a variety of ways to provide input, share ideas and get involved.

The City Planning Commission has identified parts of the Detroit Shoreway and Cudell neighborhoods to be the first form-based code areas in Cleveland. This project area aligns with the strategy of providing for planning and zoning support near areas where public and private investment are working together. This will allow the City and residents to drive the vision for areas anticipated to see spinoff development activity in the near future and help to ensure equitable results.

What is a Form-Based Code?

A Form-Based Code is a new approach to zoning with an increased focus on walkability, predictability and mixed use development.

Why do we need your help?

We've identified the first pilot area of our form-based code project and we need your help gathering ideas that will drive the vision for these neighborhoods.

Open Design Studio

The design studio will be open to the public, so stop in and see what the consultant team is up to, share ideas and check out the process. This is an opportunity to provide input as ideas are evolving!


More opportunities:

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Computer Basics 1
Oct
22
10:00 AM10:00

Computer Basics 1

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Open and judgment-free Computer Basics class in our Computer Lab, located within the Gordon Square Arcade. Perfect for beginners, every Tuesday, 10-11am.

For more information, contact our Digital Literacy Coordinator, Alicia Greasby, by email or at 216.961.9073 x235

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Lunch & Learn: Mobility & Transportation
Oct
22
12:00 PM12:00

Lunch & Learn: Mobility & Transportation

  • Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Professional Realty (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
1st Pilot Area Boundary (Detroit Shoreway & Cudell)

1st Pilot Area Boundary (Detroit Shoreway & Cudell)

Come help us develop a form-based code for the Detroit Shoreway & Cudell neighborhoods! All events are open to the public – the week includes a variety of ways to provide input, share ideas and get involved.

The City Planning Commission has identified parts of the Detroit Shoreway and Cudell neighborhoods to be the first form-based code areas in Cleveland. This project area aligns with the strategy of providing for planning and zoning support near areas where public and private investment are working together. This will allow the City and residents to drive the vision for areas anticipated to see spinoff development activity in the near future and help to ensure equitable results.

What is a Form-Based Code?

A Form-Based Code is a new approach to zoning with an increased focus on walkability, predictability and mixed use development.

Why do we need your help?

We've identified the first pilot area of our form-based code project and we need your help gathering ideas that will drive the vision for these neighborhoods.

Lunch & Learn

Bring lunch and watch a presentation on a specific aspect of the project. On Tuesday, the discussion will focus on mobility and transportation and on Wednesday, the discussion will address form-based coding.


More opportunities:

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Social Media Class
Oct
22
1:00 PM13:00

Social Media Class

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  • Google Calendar ICS

Open and judgment-free Social Media class in our Computer Lab, located within the Gordon Square Arcade. Perfect for beginners looking to understand how to use social media networks. Every Tuesday, 1-2pm.

For more information, contact our Digital Literacy Coordinator, Alicia Greasby, by email or at 216.961.9073 x235

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Form-Based Code Open Design Studio
Oct
23
9:00 AM09:00

Form-Based Code Open Design Studio

  • Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Professional Realty (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
1st Pilot Area Boundary (Detroit Shoreway & Cudell)

1st Pilot Area Boundary (Detroit Shoreway & Cudell)

Come help us develop a form-based code for the Detroit Shoreway & Cudell neighborhoods! All events are open to the public – the week includes a variety of ways to provide input, share ideas and get involved.

The City Planning Commission has identified parts of the Detroit Shoreway and Cudell neighborhoods to be the first form-based code areas in Cleveland. This project area aligns with the strategy of providing for planning and zoning support near areas where public and private investment are working together. This will allow the City and residents to drive the vision for areas anticipated to see spinoff development activity in the near future and help to ensure equitable results.

What is a Form-Based Code?

A Form-Based Code is a new approach to zoning with an increased focus on walkability, predictability and mixed use development.

Why do we need your help?

We've identified the first pilot area of our form-based code project and we need your help gathering ideas that will drive the vision for these neighborhoods.

Open Design Studio

The design studio will be open to the public, so stop in and see what the consultant team is up to, share ideas and check out the process. This is an opportunity to provide input as ideas are evolving!


More opportunities:

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Lunch & Learn: Form-Based Coding
Oct
23
12:00 PM12:00

Lunch & Learn: Form-Based Coding

  • Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Professional Realty (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
1st Pilot Area Boundary (Detroit Shoreway & Cudell)

1st Pilot Area Boundary (Detroit Shoreway & Cudell)

Come help us develop a form-based code for the Detroit Shoreway & Cudell neighborhoods! All events are open to the public – the week includes a variety of ways to provide input, share ideas and get involved.

The City Planning Commission has identified parts of the Detroit Shoreway and Cudell neighborhoods to be the first form-based code areas in Cleveland. This project area aligns with the strategy of providing for planning and zoning support near areas where public and private investment are working together. This will allow the City and residents to drive the vision for areas anticipated to see spinoff development activity in the near future and help to ensure equitable results.

What is a Form-Based Code?

A Form-Based Code is a new approach to zoning with an increased focus on walkability, predictability and mixed use development.

Why do we need your help?

We've identified the first pilot area of our form-based code project and we need your help gathering ideas that will drive the vision for these neighborhoods.

Lunch & Learn

Bring lunch and watch a presentation on a specific aspect of the project. On Tuesday, the discussion will focus on mobility and transportation and on Wednesday, the discussion will address form-based coding.


More opportunities:

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Form-Based Code Mid-week Open House
Oct
23
6:00 PM18:00

Form-Based Code Mid-week Open House

  • Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Professional Realty (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
1st Pilot Area Boundary (Detroit Shoreway & Cudell)

1st Pilot Area Boundary (Detroit Shoreway & Cudell)

Come help us develop a form-based code for the Detroit Shoreway & Cudell neighborhoods! All events are open to the public – the week includes a variety of ways to provide input, share ideas and get involved.

The City Planning Commission has identified parts of the Detroit Shoreway and Cudell neighborhoods to be the first form-based code areas in Cleveland. This project area aligns with the strategy of providing for planning and zoning support near areas where public and private investment are working together. This will allow the City and residents to drive the vision for areas anticipated to see spinoff development activity in the near future and help to ensure equitable results.

What is a Form-Based Code?

A Form-Based Code is a new approach to zoning with an increased focus on walkability, predictability and mixed use development.

Why do we need your help?

We've identified the first pilot area of our form-based code project and we need your help gathering ideas that will drive the vision for these neighborhoods.

Mid-week Open House

Stop by the open house to see work so far, ask questions and offer ideas. The event is informal, so come by whenever you can that evening and comment on the progress!


More opportunities:

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Form-Based Code Open Design Studio
Oct
24
9:00 AM09:00

Form-Based Code Open Design Studio

  • Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Professional Realty (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
1st Pilot Area Boundary (Detroit Shoreway & Cudell)

1st Pilot Area Boundary (Detroit Shoreway & Cudell)

Come help us develop a form-based code for the Detroit Shoreway & Cudell neighborhoods! All events are open to the public – the week includes a variety of ways to provide input, share ideas and get involved.

The City Planning Commission has identified parts of the Detroit Shoreway and Cudell neighborhoods to be the first form-based code areas in Cleveland. This project area aligns with the strategy of providing for planning and zoning support near areas where public and private investment are working together. This will allow the City and residents to drive the vision for areas anticipated to see spinoff development activity in the near future and help to ensure equitable results.

What is a Form-Based Code?

A Form-Based Code is a new approach to zoning with an increased focus on walkability, predictability and mixed use development.

Why do we need your help?

We've identified the first pilot area of our form-based code project and we need your help gathering ideas that will drive the vision for these neighborhoods.

Open Design Studio

The design studio will be open to the public, so stop in and see what the consultant team is up to, share ideas and check out the process. This is an opportunity to provide input as ideas are evolving!


More opportunities:

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Computer Basics 2
Oct
24
11:00 AM11:00

Computer Basics 2

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Open and judgment-free Computer Basics 2 class in our Computer Lab, located within the Gordon Square Arcade. Perfect for users looking to expand their new computer skills. Every Thursday, 11am-12pm.

For more information, contact our Digital Literacy Coordinator, Alicia Greasby, by email or at 216.961.9073 x235

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Form-Based Code Work-in-Progress Open House
Oct
25
6:00 PM18:00

Form-Based Code Work-in-Progress Open House

1st Pilot Area Boundary (Detroit Shoreway & Cudell)

1st Pilot Area Boundary (Detroit Shoreway & Cudell)

Come help us develop a form-based code for the Detroit Shoreway & Cudell neighborhoods! All events are open to the public – the week includes a variety of ways to provide input, share ideas and get involved.

The City Planning Commission has identified parts of the Detroit Shoreway and Cudell neighborhoods to be the first form-based code areas in Cleveland. This project area aligns with the strategy of providing for planning and zoning support near areas where public and private investment are working together. This will allow the City and residents to drive the vision for areas anticipated to see spinoff development activity in the near future and help to ensure equitable results.

What is a Form-Based Code?

A Form-Based Code is a new approach to zoning with an increased focus on walkability, predictability and mixed use development.

Why do we need your help?

We've identified the first pilot area of our form-based code project and we need your help gathering ideas that will drive the vision for these neighborhoods.

Work-in-Progress Open House
Presentation at 6:30pm

Attend the work-in progress presentation to see a summary of the design week, view progress so far and learn about next steps. Before and after the presentation, check out drawings from the week that will be hung around the room. Team members will be on hand to answer any questions that you may have.


More opportunities:

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NOVA Voter Registration Volunteer Training
Oct
26
10:15 AM10:15

NOVA Voter Registration Volunteer Training

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Northeast Ohio Voter Advocates (NOVA) is a grassroots organization that believes in expanding voter participation so that all voices are heard in our democracy. Voter registration is a key mission of NOVA, and this free, non-partisan training prepares volunteers to register voters in their communities.

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Computer Basics 1
Oct
29
10:00 AM10:00

Computer Basics 1

  • Gordon Square Arcade Computer Lab (map)
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Open and judgment-free Computer Basics class in our Computer Lab, located within the Gordon Square Arcade. Perfect for beginners. Every Tuesday, 10-11am.

For more information, contact our Digital Literacy Coordinator, Alicia Greasby, by email or at 216.961.9073 x235

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Social Media Class
Oct
29
1:00 PM13:00

Social Media Class

  • Gordon Square Arcade Computer Lab (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Open and judgment-free Social Media class in our Computer Lab, located within the Gordon Square Arcade. Perfect for beginners looking to understand how to use social media networks. Every Tuesday, 1-2pm.

For more information, contact our Digital Literacy Coordinator, Alicia Greasby, by email or at 216.961.9073 x235

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Computer Basics 2
Oct
31
11:00 AM11:00

Computer Basics 2

  • Gordon Square Arcade Computer Lab (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Open and judgment-free Computer Basics 2 class in our Computer Lab, located within the Gordon Square Arcade. Perfect for users looking to expand their new computer skills. Every Thursday, 11am-12pm.

For more information, contact our Digital Literacy Coordinator, Alicia Greasby, by email or at 216.961.9073 x235

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Computer Basics 1
Nov
1
6:00 PM18:00

Computer Basics 1

Open and judgment-free Computer Basics class in our Computer Lab, located within the Gordon Square Arcade. Perfect for beginners, every other Friday, 6-7pm.

For more information, contact our Digital Literacy Coordinator, Alicia Greasby, by email or at 216.961.9073 x235

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Día de Muertos
Nov
2
11:00 AM11:00

Día de Muertos

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A vibrant cultural celebration for the whole family, this 15th annual “Day of the Dead” honors the memory of those who have passed and is a treasured holiday in Mexico and throughout Latin America. Activities include indoor and outdoor art installations, Latin food, live music, performances and a colorful “Skulls & Skeletons” procession.

www.diademuertosohio.com

Día de Muertos Ohio and Cleveland Public Theatre (CPT) / Teatro Público de Cleveland (TPC) proudly present the 15th Annual Día de Muertos (Day of the Dead) Festival in Cleveland’s Detroit Shoreway neighborhood on Saturday, November 2, from 11am to 10pm, to take place at Cleveland Public Theatre, 6205 Detroit Avenue, in the Gordon Square Arts District.

 This free, all-ages event opens at 11am and includes face painting for participants in the afternoon parade, pan de muerto (the traditional Day of the Dead bread), craft workshops, and holiday vendors. The main programming kicks off at 3:30pm with a community procession of “Skulls & Skeletons” along Detroit Avenue starting at Cleveland Public Theatre. The festivities will continue through 10pm with live music and performance, Latin food, visual art exhibits, and a DJ to cap off the evening. This time-honored tradition of honoring the ancestors includes a colorful display of altars (ofrendas or retablos) created by local artists, as well as a main altar which will be created by the community. To participate in the Community Altar, bring your item Friday, November 1st from 6pm-10pm, or Saturday, November 2nd from 11am-2pm.

 The Procession of "Skulls & Skeletons" has returned once again this year, and requires mandatory registration due to increased popularity. Participants must visit the Eventbrite page (Día de Muertos Ohio 2019 Celebration / Registration) or register in person on the day of the event to sign up. 

 According to CPT’s Executive Artistic Director, Raymond Bobgan: “This year, we celebrate 15 remarkable years. Every fall, this vibrant festival fills the campus with music, food, and stunning art – and we remember, honor, and celebrate our loved ones. Día de Muertos is one of our favorite times of the year, and we are so grateful for our partnership with Héctor Castellanos Lara and Día de Muertos Ohio. The event continues to grow in so many beautiful ways – the work Día de Muertos Ohio does in the community is exceptional.”

 ABOUT “DAY OF THE DEAD”

Although its name may sound grim, the Día de los Muertos holiday has its origins in the Aztec rituals of Mexico and other indigenous tribes of Latin America. An internet search of “Día de los Muertos” will yield any number of links to websites explaining and promoting the holiday. But the primary elements of this celebration indicate that the special nature of the occasion is to honor one’s ancestors and commemorate beloved ones who have passed. For the Aztecs and others with similar beliefs, honoring and calling upon the ancestors was integrated with harvest festivities, and gathering family to remember past family and friends with fondness and happy memories.

 Traditional arts, flowers, food, music, dance, and fun are integral to the cultural mix, as are particular items specific to the holiday, such as the altars (ofrendas). Elements of the earth (salt), wind (cut paper decorations, papeles picados), fire (candles), and water are among the items included on some altars. However, the traditions and rituals are widely varied throughout Mexico, Latin America, Spain, and other countries. When the Spaniards conquered the New World, the indigenous holiday was commingled and integrated with the Catholic All Saints and All Souls Days.

 The image of Catrina, the traditional “Lady of the Dead” goddess of the Aztecs, is a smiling skeleton. However gruesome or scary this or the idea of skulls is to Western culture, for the Aztecs skulls symbolized new life. Multiple colorful sculptures of candy skulls (calaveras) and skeletons (catrinas) are bursting with color and created with lighthearted and funny poses of the living. This deeply spiritual and yet exuberant celebration can often reflect more of an attitude about enjoying a higher level of consciousness and living life to the fullest.

 For more information, visit Día de Muertos Ohio on Facebook or www.diademuertosohio.com, or call Cleveland Public Theatre (216) 621-2727 ext. 501.              

FULL SCHEDULE OF EVENTS:

SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2, 2019

 All events take place at / Todos los eventos se llevarán acabo en: 
Cleveland Public Theatre
Church, Parish Hall, and surrounding area
6205 Detroit Avenue, Cleveland OH 44102

 11:00am – 10:00pm | Altars Exhibition, Cemetery Installations, & Performances / Exhibición de Altares, Cementerio de Instalaciones y Presentaciones Artísticas
11:00am – 2:45pm |
Face painting & crafts workshops / Maquillage de calavera y talleres de manualidades
3:30pm – 4:15pm |
“Skulls & Skeletons” Procession / “Procesión de Calaveras y Esqueletos”

 OFFICIAL ALTARS:
MAIN ALTAR: Community Altar*
ALTAR #1: Jenny Spencer
ALTAR #2: Bella Sin
ALTAR #3: Cecilia Ivy Prince
ALTAR #4: Vincent & Alexandra D’Abate
ALTAR #5: Cara Romano
ALTAR #6: Lori Lane
ALTAR #7: Diana Sette

 *Bring an item for the Community Altar! / ¡Trae un artículo para el Altar de la Comunidad!
Fri Nov 1 (6:00pm – 10:00pm) or Sat Nov 2 (11:00am – 2:00pm)

 CEMETERY INSTALLATIONS BY / CEMENTERIO DE INSTALACIONES POR:
Mark & Patty Jenks, Nina Huryn & Ted Olah, Ian Petroni, Comité Mexicano de Cleveland

 PARISH HALL – FREE PERFORMANCES / PRESENTACIONES ARTÍSTICAS GRATUITAS
Dance & Music:
1:30pm – 2:30pm | Dueto Maravilla (Romantic Mexican popular songs)
4:30pm – 4:45pm | Danza Azteca Guadalupana
4:50pm – 5:10pm | Julia de Burgos Cultural Arts Center Dancers
5:20pm – 6:30pm | Chakai Manta (Latin American music)
7:00pm – 8:30pm | Rice & Beans Latin Jazz Band
8:30pm – 10:00pm | Free Music Form

 REMARKS:
4:45pm Councilman Matt Zone

 CHURCH – FREE PERFORMANCES / PRESENTACIONES ARTÍSTICAS GRATUITAS
Music:
1:00pm – 2:00pm | Alphonso Linarez – International Guitar
5:45pm – 6:30pm | Nora Willauer – Cello
6:45pm – 7:30pm | Ariel Clayton – Violin

 OUTDOORS – PARADE (3:30pm – 4:15pm)
“Skulls & Skeletons” Procession will take place along Detroit Avenue.
Open to the public. / Abierto a todo el público. Mariachi Music by Santa Cecilia.
All participants are required to register. Please register at Día de Muertos Ohio 2019 Celebration on Eventbrite or in person the day of the parade. / Todos los participantes deberán registrarse. Regístrese en Día de Muertos Ohio 2019 Celebration en Eventbrite ó en persona el día del desfile.

 3:30pm | Depart CPT’s Parish Hall (6205 Detroit Avenue)
1st Stop | Our Lady of Mount Carmel Church (West 70th Street & Detroit Avenue)
2nd Stop | Craciun Berry Funeral Home (West 72nd Street & Detroit Avenue)
4:15pm | Return to Cleveland Public Theatre

 

www.diademuertosohio.com

Facebook: diademuertosohio

 Día de Muertos 2019 Sponsors
Día de Muertos 2019 is made possible through support by Día de Muertos Ohio, Cleveland Public Theatre / Teatro Público de Cleveland, Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization, Ward 15 Councilman Matt Zone, Cleveland City Council, Craciun Berry Funeral Home, Cleveland Museum of Art, and Riverside Cemetery.

For more information about Día de Muertos, contact Cleveland Public Theatre’s Director of Audience Engagement & Media Relations, Caitlin Lewins, at 216-631-2727 ext. 211 or clewins@cptonline.org.

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Computer Basics 1
Nov
5
10:00 AM10:00

Computer Basics 1

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Open and judgment-free Computer Basics class in our Computer Lab, located within the Gordon Square Arcade. Perfect for beginners. Every Tuesday, 10-11am.

For more information, contact our Digital Literacy Coordinator, Alicia Greasby, by email or at 216.961.9073 x235

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Social Media Class
Nov
5
1:00 PM13:00

Social Media Class

  • Gordon Square Arcade Computer Lab (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Open and judgment-free Social Media class in our Computer Lab, located within the Gordon Square Arcade. Perfect for beginners looking to understand how to use social media networks. Every Tuesday, 1-2pm.

For more information, contact our Digital Literacy Coordinator, Alicia Greasby, by email or at 216.961.9073 x235

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Computer Basics 2
Nov
7
11:00 AM11:00

Computer Basics 2

  • Gordon Square Arcade Computer Lab (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Open and judgment-free Computer Basics 2 class in our Computer Lab, located within the Gordon Square Arcade. Perfect for users looking to expand their new computer skills. Every Thursday, 11am-12pm.

For more information, contact our Digital Literacy Coordinator, Alicia Greasby, by email or at 216.961.9073 x235

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Look Forward on Lorain: DSCDO Annual Benefit
Nov
7
5:00 PM17:00

Look Forward on Lorain: DSCDO Annual Benefit

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Join us at our 17th Annual Benefit to honor Donna Gonyon, the 2019 Father Frascati Neighborhood Champion, and the LGBT Community Center of Greater Cleveland, the 2019 Judge Raymond L. Pianka Community Partner.

Held annually on the first Thursday of each November, the DSCDO Annual Benefit welcomes over 250 stakeholders, friends and neighbors in celebration of the commitment of our honorees and the generosity of our sponsors. The event features food, entertainment, libations, unforgettable desserts and more.  

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Y-Haven Theatre Project
Nov
7
7:00 PM19:00

Y-Haven Theatre Project

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Created & Performed by the men of Y-Haven, a branch of the Greater Cleveland YMCA, with Adam Seeholzer & Les Hunter.
Directed by Adam Seeholzer.
The one-weekend-only production at CPT is followed by a community-wide tour.

November 7-10
7pm (Thu/Fri) and 3pm (Sun), James Levin Theatre

The Y-Haven Theatre Project is a 21-year partnership between Cleveland Public Theatre and Y-Haven, a branch of the Greater Cleveland YMCA. Y-Haven is a transitional housing facility for formerly homeless men recovering from substance abuse and mental health challenges. Every year, CPT collaborates with the clients of Y-Haven to create an original theatre production, performed by the men and based on their life stories. The Y-Haven Theatre Project captures an authenticity and emotional power as the cast shares their true-to-life experiences often hidden from the world.

The James Levin Theatre is ADA compliant featuring a patron elevator and an all gender, wheelchair accessible restroom.

Free, $5 suggested donation.

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Y-Haven Theatre Project
Nov
8
7:00 PM19:00

Y-Haven Theatre Project

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Created & Performed by the men of Y-Haven, a branch of the Greater Cleveland YMCA, with Adam Seeholzer & Les Hunter.
Directed by Adam Seeholzer.
The one-weekend-only production at CPT is followed by a community-wide tour.

November 7-10
7pm (Thu/Fri) and 3pm (Sun), James Levin Theatre

The Y-Haven Theatre Project is a 21-year partnership between Cleveland Public Theatre and Y-Haven, a branch of the Greater Cleveland YMCA. Y-Haven is a transitional housing facility for formerly homeless men recovering from substance abuse and mental health challenges. Every year, CPT collaborates with the clients of Y-Haven to create an original theatre production, performed by the men and based on their life stories. The Y-Haven Theatre Project captures an authenticity and emotional power as the cast shares their true-to-life experiences often hidden from the world.

The James Levin Theatre is ADA compliant featuring a patron elevator and an all gender, wheelchair accessible restroom.

Free, $5 suggested donation.

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Y-Haven Theatre Project
Nov
10
3:00 PM15:00

Y-Haven Theatre Project

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Created & Performed by the men of Y-Haven, a branch of the Greater Cleveland YMCA, with Adam Seeholzer & Les Hunter.
Directed by Adam Seeholzer.
The one-weekend-only production at CPT is followed by a community-wide tour.

November 7-10
7pm (Thu/Fri) and 3pm (Sun), James Levin Theatre

The Y-Haven Theatre Project is a 21-year partnership between Cleveland Public Theatre and Y-Haven, a branch of the Greater Cleveland YMCA. Y-Haven is a transitional housing facility for formerly homeless men recovering from substance abuse and mental health challenges. Every year, CPT collaborates with the clients of Y-Haven to create an original theatre production, performed by the men and based on their life stories. The Y-Haven Theatre Project captures an authenticity and emotional power as the cast shares their true-to-life experiences often hidden from the world.

The James Levin Theatre is ADA compliant featuring a patron elevator and an all gender, wheelchair accessible restroom.

Free, $5 suggested donation.

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Computer Basics 1
Nov
12
10:00 AM10:00

Computer Basics 1

  • Gordon Square Arcade Computer Lab (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Open and judgment-free Computer Basics class in our Computer Lab, located within the Gordon Square Arcade. Perfect for beginners. Every Tuesday, 10-11am.

For more information, contact our Digital Literacy Coordinator, Alicia Greasby, by email or at 216.961.9073 x235

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Social Media Class
Nov
12
1:00 PM13:00

Social Media Class

  • Gordon Square Arcade Computer Lab (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Open and judgment-free Social Media class in our Computer Lab, located within the Gordon Square Arcade. Perfect for beginners looking to understand how to use social media networks. Every Tuesday, 1-2pm.

For more information, contact our Digital Literacy Coordinator, Alicia Greasby, by email or at 216.961.9073 x235

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Computer Basics 2
Nov
14
11:00 AM11:00

Computer Basics 2

  • Gordon Square Arcade Computer Lab (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Open and judgment-free Computer Basics 2 class in our Computer Lab, located within the Gordon Square Arcade. Perfect for users looking to expand their new computer skills. Every Thursday, 11am-12pm.

For more information, contact our Digital Literacy Coordinator, Alicia Greasby, by email or at 216.961.9073 x235

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Computer Basics 1
Nov
15
6:00 PM18:00

Computer Basics 1

  • Gordon Square Arcade Computer Lab (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Open and judgment-free Computer Basics class in our Computer Lab, located within the Gordon Square Arcade. Perfect for beginners, every other Friday, 6-7pm.

For more information, contact our Digital Literacy Coordinator, Alicia Greasby, by email or at 216.961.9073 x235

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Computer Basics 1
Nov
19
10:00 AM10:00

Computer Basics 1

  • Gordon Square Arcade Computer Lab (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Open and judgment-free Computer Basics class in our Computer Lab, located within the Gordon Square Arcade. Perfect for beginners. Every Tuesday, 10-11am.

For more information, contact our Digital Literacy Coordinator, Alicia Greasby, by email or at 216.961.9073 x235

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Social Media Class
Nov
19
1:00 PM13:00

Social Media Class

  • Gordon Square Arcade Computer Lab (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Open and judgment-free Social Media class in our Computer Lab, located within the Gordon Square Arcade. Perfect for beginners looking to understand how to use social media networks. Every Tuesday, 1-2pm.

For more information, contact our Digital Literacy Coordinator, Alicia Greasby, by email or at 216.961.9073 x235

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Computer Basics 2
Nov
21
11:00 AM11:00

Computer Basics 2

  • Gordon Square Arcade Computer Lab (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Open and judgment-free Computer Basics 2 class in our Computer Lab, located within the Gordon Square Arcade. Perfect for users looking to expand their new computer skills. Every Thursday, 11am-12pm.

For more information, contact our Digital Literacy Coordinator, Alicia Greasby, by email or at 216.961.9073 x235

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Computer Basics 1
Nov
26
10:00 AM10:00

Computer Basics 1

  • Gordon Square Arcade Computer Lab (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Open and judgment-free Computer Basics class in our Computer Lab, located within the Gordon Square Arcade. Perfect for beginners. Every Tuesday, 10-11am.

For more information, contact our Digital Literacy Coordinator, Alicia Greasby, by email or at 216.961.9073 x235

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Social Media Class
Nov
26
1:00 PM13:00

Social Media Class

  • Gordon Square Arcade Computer Lab (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Open and judgment-free Social Media class in our Computer Lab, located within the Gordon Square Arcade. Perfect for beginners looking to understand how to use social media networks. Every Tuesday, 1-2pm.

For more information, contact our Digital Literacy Coordinator, Alicia Greasby, by email or at 216.961.9073 x235

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Computer Basics 2
Nov
28
11:00 AM11:00

Computer Basics 2

  • Gordon Square Arcade Computer Lab (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Open and judgment-free Computer Basics 2 class in our Computer Lab, located within the Gordon Square Arcade. Perfect for users looking to expand their new computer skills. Every Thursday, 11am-12pm.

For more information, contact our Digital Literacy Coordinator, Alicia Greasby, by email or at 216.961.9073 x235

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Computer Basics 1
Nov
29
6:00 PM18:00

Computer Basics 1

  • Gordon Square Arcade Computer Lab (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Open and judgment-free Computer Basics class in our Computer Lab, located within the Gordon Square Arcade. Perfect for beginners, every other Friday, 6-7pm.

For more information, contact our Digital Literacy Coordinator, Alicia Greasby, by email or at 216.961.9073 x235

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Community Impact of Infill Housing
Oct
15
4:00 PM16:00

Community Impact of Infill Housing

  • Cleveland Public Theater Parish Hall (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Join Urban Land Institute Cleveland on Tuesday, October 15 from 4:00-7:00 pm at Cleveland Public Theater Parish Hall to view a panel conversation on the Community Impact of Infill Housing moderated by Jenny Spencer, Managing Director of the Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization & Cudell Improvement, Inc. The panel conversation will be followed by a brief reception with light appetizers and beer/wine.

*Please note, this location is not ADA accessible.

Moderator:
Jenny Spencer, Managing Director, Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization and Cudell Improvement, Inc.

Panelists:
Bo Knez, Owner, B.R. Knez Construction
Tania Menesse, Director of Community Development, City of Cleveland
Kevin Nowak, Executive Director, CHN Housing Partners

Event Timeline
4:00-4:30 pm Registration
4:30-6:00 pm Panel Conversation and Q&A
6:00-7:00 pm Reception

Event Pricing
ULI Cleveland Member: $25/$35
ULI Cleveland Student Member: $10/$15

Non-Member: $35/$45
Student Non-Member $20/$25

Price increases after Friday, October 10.

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Social Media Class
Oct
15
1:00 PM13:00

Social Media Class

  • Gordon Square Arcade Computer Lab (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Open and judgment-free Social Media class in our Computer Lab, located within the Gordon Square Arcade. Perfect for beginners looking to understand how to use social media networks. Every Tuesday, 1-2pm.

For more information, contact our Digital Literacy Coordinator, Alicia Greasby, by email or at 216.961.9073 x235

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Computer Basics 1
Oct
15
10:00 AM10:00

Computer Basics 1

  • Gordon Square Arcade Computer Lab (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Open and judgment-free Computer Basics class in our Computer Lab, located within the Gordon Square Arcade. Perfect for beginners, every Tuesday, 10-11am.

For more information, contact our Digital Literacy Coordinator, Alicia Greasby, by email or at 216.961.9073 x235

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North Pointe Ballet Community Performance
Oct
13
2:00 PM14:00

North Pointe Ballet Community Performance

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North Pointe Ballet’s mission is to make classical ballet accessible to everyone in our community. “What’s Your Why?” is North Pointe Ballet’s second annual repertory concert. The performance will reflect on what motivates dancers, artists, and members of the community through classical and contemporary pieces.

For Detroit Shoreway residents, tickets are pay-what-you-can and available online. You can also complete a ticket form at the Detroit Shoreway Neighborhood Office.

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CPR & Bleeding Control Class
Oct
13
2:00 PM14:00

CPR & Bleeding Control Class

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Gordon Square CPR offers FREE American Heart Association Heartsaver CPR/AED training and American College of Surgeons Basic Bleeding Control Training. No prior training or experience is needed. This class is appropriate for anyone who wants to learn CPR for the first time or has not had a CPR class in over 2 years. This class is NOT intended for healthcare providers such as Paramedics, Nurses, and Physicians

Gordon Square CPR’s mission is to empower community members by providing quality emergency training that is free, accessible and accredited.

To sign up, email gordonsquarecpr@gmail.com.

Fall 2019 Classes:

Sunday Sept 29th, 2-6pm with Erin Luciano
Sunday Oct 6th, 2-6pm with Joseph McCullough
Sunday Oct 13th, 2-6pm with Tim Sommerfelt
Saturday Oct 19th, 2-6 pm with Dominique Bouye

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Miriam Ortiz-Rush Park Ribbon Cutting & Celebration
Oct
12
12:00 PM12:00

Miriam Ortiz-Rush Park Ribbon Cutting & Celebration

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Celebrate the legacy of Miriam Ortiz-Rush and the impact of this newly renovated public park, formerly Lawn-Madison Park, a centerpiece of the Southwest Detroit Shoreway Neighborhood Plan. Event details here.

Miriam Ortiz-Rush was born in Cleveland in 1953 and passed away on July 7, 2017. She was a longtime resident of the Detroit Shoreway neighborhood and continually served her community. Miriam started Cleveland's first Spanish/English newspaper, El Nuevo Dia, in 1989. She was a fierce advocate of the Latino community, and El Nuevo Dia was a labor of her love for the community. Miriam worked for Cuyahoga Municipal Housing Association from 1990 to 1998 and then served the Cleveland Municipal Housing Court as the Personal Bailiff for the late Honorable Judge Raymond Pianka until 2017.

Miriam Ortiz-Rush led an exemplary life advocating for social justice and equality with compassion and generosity. Miriam was married to her husband Daryl Rush, Director of Community Development for the City of Cleveland, for 24 years. Daryl was truly the love of her life, and together they had four children, twelve grandchildren, and six great grandchildren.

The renovated park honors Miriam's exceptional devotion to community and is a significant investment by the City of Cleveland in the Detroit Shoreway neighborhood. It is the City's first park dedicated to a Latina. The park features modern play structures and showcases public art by Detroit Shoreway resident Haley Morris.

Event details:

Arrive by 12pm: Limited free parking. Located near W. 65th-Lorain Red Line station and 22 & 26 bus lines. Bike racks available.

12:30pm: Ceremony speakers, including: Mayor Frank Jackson, Councilman Matt Zone, and friends & family of Miriam Ortiz-Rush

1:30-3:30pm: Performance by Papo Ruiz y la Dulzura de la Salsa and dancers courtesy of Julia De Burgos Cultural Arts Center

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Volunteer Tree Planting
Oct
12
11:00 AM11:00

Volunteer Tree Planting

  • 5912 Madison Avenue Cleveland, OH, 44102 United States (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Residents are planting five more trees in EcoVillage. Meet at the lot beside 5912 Madison Ave at 11am to help; tools provided but bring gloves if you can. Thanks to West Side Tree Stewards, Western Reserve Land Conservancy, Holden Arboretum, Councilman Matt Zone and the City of Cleveland.

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RTA Community Feedback Meeting
Oct
12
10:30 AM10:30

RTA Community Feedback Meeting

  • Michael J. Zone Recreation Center (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS
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Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority invites you to provide feedback on its system redesign studies to cost-effectively address service frequency and service coverage goals for the maximum benefit of both current and future riders. The meeting will also address RTA’s recent fare equity study.

Two online surveys were administered earlier this year, and a series of community engagement meetings were held throughout the month of May. See additional meetings at other locations here.

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Computer Basics 2
Oct
10
11:00 AM11:00

Computer Basics 2

  • Gordon Square Arcade Computer Lab (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Open and judgment-free Computer Basics 2 class in our Computer Lab, located within the Gordon Square Arcade. Perfect for users looking to expand their new computer skills. Every Thursday, 11am-12pm.

For more information, contact our Digital Literacy Coordinator, Alicia Greasby, by email or at 216.961.9073 x235

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Conversation: Connecting Job Seekers to Businesses
Oct
9
5:30 PM17:30

Conversation: Connecting Job Seekers to Businesses

How can we connect job seekers to growing neighborhood businesses?

Share your thoughts with ThirdSpace Action Lab. Free food and drinks will be provided.

Choose one conversation time:

  • Mon. Oct. 7, 4:30-6pm

  • Mon. Oct. 7, 6-7:30pm

  • Wed. Oct. 9, 5:30-7pm

Aspen Place is located at the W. 65th-Lorain rapid station and along the 22 Lorain bus line. It is an 11-minute walk from Detroit Ave. There is free parking across the steet at Zone Rec.

Let us know you’re coming! Leave a message at 216.961.4242 x231 or maura@3rdspaceactionlab.co

Can't attend? You can help us by taking this 5-minute survey about the Hire Local initiative.

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Social Media Class
Oct
8
1:00 PM13:00

Social Media Class

Open and judgment-free Social Media class in our Computer Lab, located within the Gordon Square Arcade. Perfect for beginners looking to understand how to use social media networks. Every Tuesday, 1-2pm.

For more information, contact our Digital Literacy Coordinator, Alicia Greasby, by email or at 216.961.9073 x235

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Computer Basics 1
Oct
8
10:00 AM10:00

Computer Basics 1

  • Gordon Square Arcade Computer Lab (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Open and judgment-free Computer Basics class in our Computer Lab, located within the Gordon Square Arcade. Perfect for beginners, every Tuesday, 10-11am.

For more information, contact our Digital Literacy Coordinator, Alicia Greasby, by email or at 216.961.9073 x235

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Conversation: Connecting Job Seekers to Businesses
Oct
7
6:00 PM18:00

Conversation: Connecting Job Seekers to Businesses

How can we connect job seekers to growing neighborhood businesses?

Share your thoughts with ThirdSpace Action Lab. Free food and drinks will be provided.

Choose one conversation time:

  • Mon. Oct. 7, 4:30-6pm

  • Mon. Oct. 7, 6-7:30pm

  • Wed. Oct. 9, 5:30-7pm

Aspen Place is located at the W. 65th-Lorain rapid station and along the 22 Lorain bus line. It is an 11-minute walk from Detroit Ave. There is free parking across the steet at Zone Rec.

Let us know you’re coming! Leave a message at 216.961.4242 x231 or maura@3rdspaceactionlab.co

Can't attend? You can help us by taking this 5-minute survey about the Hire Local initiative.

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Conversation: Connecting Job Seekers to Businesses
Oct
7
4:30 PM16:30

Conversation: Connecting Job Seekers to Businesses

How can we connect job seekers to growing neighborhood businesses?

Share your thoughts with ThirdSpace Action Lab. Free food and drinks will be provided.

Choose one conversation time:

  • Mon. Oct. 7, 4:30-6pm

  • Mon. Oct. 7, 6-7:30pm

  • Wed. Oct. 9, 5:30-7pm

Aspen Place is located at the W. 65th-Lorain rapid station and along the 22 Lorain bus line. It is an 11-minute walk from Detroit Ave. There is free parking across the steet at Zone Rec.

Let us know you’re coming! Leave a message at 216.961.4242 x231 or maura@3rdspaceactionlab.co

Can't attend? You can help us by taking this 5-minute survey about the Hire Local initiative.

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CPR & Bleeding Control Class
Oct
6
2:00 PM14:00

CPR & Bleeding Control Class

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Gordon Square CPR offers FREE American Heart Association Heartsaver CPR/AED training and American College of Surgeons Basic Bleeding Control Training. No prior training or experience is needed. This class is appropriate for anyone who wants to learn CPR for the first time or has not had a CPR class in over 2 years. This class is NOT intended for healthcare providers such as Paramedics, Nurses, and Physicians

Gordon Square CPR’s mission is to empower community members by providing quality emergency training that is free, accessible and accredited.

To sign up, email gordonsquarecpr@gmail.com.

Fall 2019 Classes:

Sunday Sept 29th, 2-6pm with Erin Luciano
Sunday Oct 6th, 2-6pm with Joseph McCullough
Sunday Oct 13th, 2-6pm with Tim Sommerfelt
Saturday Oct 19th, 2-6 pm with Dominique Bouye

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Litter Pilgrimage
Oct
5
10:00 AM10:00

Litter Pilgrimage

Meet at Urban Community School, 4909 Lorain Avenue at 10:00 am for a prayerful walk while picking up litter. Along the way, visit a home on the National Solar Tour (RSVP for the home visit at https://www.nationalsolartour.org/open-houses/3718/).

The Pilgrimage is sponsored by West Side Creation Care, and five churches: Calvary Reformed, St. Malachi RCC, St. Patrick RCC, St. Paul UCC, and St. Christopher RCC.

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Convención Hispana 2019
Oct
5
8:30 AM08:30

Convención Hispana 2019

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The Hispanic Roundtable is inviting the entire community to Convención Hispana 2019. This FREE event highlights a job fair, a community health and resource fair including free health screenings, important topics such as civic and education issues, food, music, activities & face painting for children, and fun for the entire family. The keynote speaker will be the legendary Puerto Rican singer, José Feliciano, musician, singer and composer, best known for many international hits, including his rendition of The Doors,’ Light My Fire and the best-selling Christmas single, Feliz Navidad.

Convención Hispana, held every three (3) years, focuses on education, empowerment, health, and workforce & economic development. The event serves as a vehicle for the collaboration of our Greater Cleveland Hispanic community organizations, partners and leaders, while promoting the mission of the Hispanic Roundtable, as well as empowering the Hispanic community. At the last Convención in 2016, more than 3,000 members of the community attended.

“The excitement is building for Convención 2019. We invite anyone and everyone interested in the Hispanic community, and we anticipate that it will be bigger and bolder than ever before. Our doors are open; we want to transform our community,” says José C. Feliciano, Chairman of the Hispanic Roundtable.

As part of the education initiatives, there is an essay contest for high school seniors and college students. Scholarships of up to $2,500 will be awarded to students with the winning essays. The winners of the contest will be acknowledged at Convención Hispana. There will also be a business pitch competition and a school art contest.

For more information, call (440) 570-0448.

The Hispanic Roundtable is a not for profit organization whose mission is to act as a catalyst to empower the Hispanic Community to become full partners in economic, education, political, civic and social life of Greater Cleveland

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Himalayan Dreams - Pay What You Can Performance
Oct
4
7:00 PM19:00

Himalayan Dreams - Pay What You Can Performance

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Talespinner Children’s Theatre presents: Himalayan Dreams (A Tale of Nepal)

Ohio Savings Pay What You Can Series performances are walk-up purchase only.

A young Sherpa boy, living in the Himalayan mountains, dreams of climbing the tallest mountain in the world with his hero, Tensing Norgay, the first Sherpa to reach the summit of Mount Everest. The young boy’s father works as a porter, carrying huge loads up and down the steep mountain trails. He thinks he knows his father, but only when he joins him on the trail does he learn who he really is and how the porter has secrets of his own. Join us in Nepal for this moving, humorous story about courage and coming of age under the grandest peaks on earth.

Ohio Savings Pay What You Can Series performances:
Sunday, September 15th
Friday, September 20th
Friday, September 27th
Friday, October 4th

ASL Interpreted Performance Sunday, September 15th

We take our families’ needs to heart! In response to audience feedback, please note the change in curtain times for all MainStage shows this season.

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Computer Basics 1
Oct
4
6:00 PM18:00

Computer Basics 1

Open and judgment-free Computer Basics class in our Computer Lab, located within the Gordon Square Arcade. Perfect for beginners, every other Friday, 6-7pm.

For more information, contact our Digital Literacy Coordinator, Alicia Greasby, by email or at 216.961.9073 x235

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Computer Basics 2
Oct
3
11:00 AM11:00

Computer Basics 2

  • Gordon Square Arcade Computer Lab (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Open and judgment-free Computer Basics 2 class in our Computer Lab, located within the Gordon Square Arcade. Perfect for users looking to expand their new computer skills. Every Thursday, 11am-12pm.

For more information, contact our Digital Literacy Coordinator, Alicia Greasby, by email or at 216.961.9073 x235

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Social Media Class
Oct
1
1:00 PM13:00

Social Media Class

Open and judgment-free Social Media class in our Computer Lab, located within the Gordon Square Arcade. Perfect for beginners looking to understand how to use social media networks. Every Tuesday, 1-2pm.

For more information, contact our Digital Literacy Coordinator, Alicia Greasby, by email or at 216.961.9073 x235

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Computer Basics 1
Oct
1
10:00 AM10:00

Computer Basics 1

  • Gordon Square Arcade Computer Lab (map)
  • Google Calendar ICS

Open and judgment-free Computer Basics class in our Computer Lab, located within the Gordon Square Arcade. Perfect for beginners, every Tuesday, 10-11am.

For more information, contact our Digital Literacy Coordinator, Alicia Greasby, by email or at 216.961.9073 x235

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