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Upcoming Events

DSCDO’s Annual Meeting and Spaghetti Dinner is a cherished neighborhood tradition

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Held the fourth Thursday of each February at Our Lady of Mount Carmel School (OLMC), DSCDO’s Annual Meeting and Spaghetti Dinner is a cherished neighborhood tradition.

Neighborhood residents and business owners must purchase or renew their DSCDO membership in order to attend the Annual Meeting and vote in board member elections. Click the link above to learn more about DSCDO membership.

DSCDO members can vote in the DSCDO Board Election. Learn about the 2019 DSCDO Board Candidates by clicking the link above.

The Cleveland International Film Festival (CIFF) is thrilled to bring more to the Festival than ever before! In addition to the screenings at Tower City Cinemas, CIFF is expanding its scope with the addition of CIFF East (University Circle) and CIFF West (Gordon Square Arts District).

 
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Neighborhood

Detroit Shoreway is located two miles west of downtown Cleveland, on a bluff overlooking Lake Erie.

 

Living in Detroit Shoreway means being in close proximity to many local business, green spaces, public transportation, healthcare providers, and more.

Tools for the neighborhood—tips on safety, climate resilience, youth & family programming, senior assistance, home repair, and hiring local.

Plan your visit—research places to dine and shop, parks, galleries, theaters, entertainment, worship, and more.

The Detroit Shoreway neighborhood is home to a wide variety of businesses and a hub for new business development.

 

 
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