Saturday, June 28, 2008

East Shore Concert!

K B & the Riptides played their beach music Thursday night at the East Shore Park Club. This was a free concert open to the public.

The band was great. The people were friendly and they all enjoyed reading the latest copy of the Northeast Shore lines which was passed out by Nancy Croft. The concert was from 7-9pm. If it would have been outside like it was planned, it would have been more fun but nobody there let the rain spoil their fun.

A good time was had by all including Denise's 13 year old who did not want to go at first, then when she got there, she didn't want to leave. The next concert is July 3 with Jonah Koslin (he used to be with the Michael Stanley Band. I strongly encourage you to go to one of these concerts if you get the chance.

P.S. While the concert is free (because of funds provided by Neighborhood Connections) they will accept donations. Northeast Shores is the fiscal agent for the East Shore Park Block Club.

Thursday, June 26, 2008

Safety Fair this Saturday

Saturday, June 28th from 11:00-2:00 pm at Dave's Market on Lakeshore Blvd. will be the annual Safety Fair.

The event is sponsored by the Fifth District Police who will be roasting hot dogs for the residents. Several city departments will be represented at this
family friendly event. Lots of free give-a ways will be available with valuable information.

Come join your neighbors in this fun filled family event.

Wednesday, June 25, 2008

Vision Gallery presents "Focus"

The Vision Art Gallery invites you, on Friday, June 27th to the opening reception of 'FOCUS' on Photography.

A show of Photographic artworks by Scott Mann, John Earl Brown, John Bonner.
For a sneak-peek check out Scott Mann's site at: , or John Earl's site at: .
Featuring the photographic artwork of the recently liberated C.I.A. (Cleveland Institute of Art) Students, Sarah Balach & Laura Bell. Also featuring the work of Helen Poturich & Martin Zeinway.

-This show runs from June 27th to July 19th-
Come and join us for light refreshments, wine, and good conversation.

Right across the street: Arts Collinwood Gallery will also have an opening reception featuring 'New Blood!'. Arts Collinwood's new emerging artist series. For more information check out Arts Collinwood's website:

Right down the street: The Waterloo 7 Art Gallery, located at 16006 Waterloo Rd., continues it's showing of a variety of media including: Sculpture, Paintings, Jewelry, and much more.

All exhibits are free and open to the public. So grab a friend and come on out and support North Shores Collinwood and the local art scene.

Hope to see you there!

Vision Art Gallery
410 e.156 St. Cleveland Oh. 44110
gallery hours: Fri. 6-9pm, Sat. 1-6pm, & Sun. 1-5pm
by appointment: 216-383-0230

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

New Northeast Shore Lines is available!

The latest version of the Northeast Shores Newspaper, "Northeast Shore Lines", is available now. There are coupons, discounts and neighborhood information in this issue.

If you are a member of Northeast Shores you should have gotten yours in the mail by now.

If you are not a member, you can get your copy at any of these locations: McBills Beverage, Muldoons, Chili Peppers, Shore Carpet, Scottis, Lithuanian Hall, Gus's Diner, Soul Beautiful Cafe, Family Sport and Lettering, Cebars, Huntington Bank, Fifth Third Bank, Key Bank, National City Bank, Mac's Lock & Key, Martin's Men's Wear, Kollander World Travel, Lakeshore Automotive, Beachland Ballroom, Shoparooni and Memorial Nottingham Library or you can stop in at Northeast Shores at 317 E. 156th St. to pick one up.

Monday, June 16, 2008

New Website is live

Northeast Shores is very, very, very excited to announce that our new website is now live! Check it out at

This blog is also imbedded in the new website, so you can now check out the blog on blogspot or directly through our website.

Please feel free to browse our new website and let us know what you think!

Wednesday, June 11, 2008

Mayor Jackson was here

Last night, City of Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson hosted his annual town hall meeting. Over 100 neighborhood residents and business owners were in attendance.

The Mayor answered questions about the status of the Recreation Center, neighborhood policing, abandoned homes, speeding tickets, community planning, and the Euclid Beach Carrousel.

This was the third year that the Mayor has come out to answer questions from the community. We want to thank the Mayor and his staff for their commitment to the City. And we want to really thank the attendees that came out and represented the neighborhood so strongly.

Tuesday, June 10, 2008

Carrousel Horses at Library

Euclid Beach Park Carrousel Horses are at the Memorial-Nottingham branch of Cleveland Public Library

The horses are traveling again! This summer they will be living at the Memorial-Nottingham branch of the Cleveland Public Library (on Lakeshore Blvd about where Nottingham Rd joins Lakeshore, just east of Euclid Beach State Park.) They will be there from June 7th thru August 30th, with a Reception and slideshow / talk by Euclid Beach Park Now Secretary Jim Seman on Thursday July 17th at 6:00pm. Come on out and see the horses in a wonderful setting, with their new “Euclid Beach” fencing and brass poles!

Wait til you see them!

Thursday, June 5, 2008

Mayor Jackson Summit Next Tuesday!

Mayor Frank Jackson will be holding a Town Hall meeting in our community on Tuesday, June 10th from 6:00-8:00 pm at the Cleveland FoodBank.

This is your opportunity to talk to our Mayor about our concerns and issues.

Please plan to attend and send this message to other interested citizens of Cleveland.

Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Waterloo Village Artist Housing Symposium

Live! Work! Waterloo!

Sunday, June 8th from 1:00 to 3:00 pm at the Arts Collinwood Gallery.

Speakers from Arts Collinwood, Northeast Shores, CASH, CPAC, Primerica, COSE and others.

Please join us and learn how you can own a piece of the hottest Northeast Ohio arts district!

Tuesday, June 3, 2008

North Collinwood Saturday Stage this weekend!

SAT. JUNE 7 4PM -12 MIDNIGHT - Neighborhood hoedown.

Potluck and local musicians to perform all day and night. Will take place at Beulah Park Neighborhood, north of Lakeshore, west of East of 156th Street. Overlooks the lake.

Raffles to support organization. Theme is Pepper land and at dawn we will be showing "Yellow Submarine" on an outdoor screen. Kids and all neighbors welcome. Bring a dish to share. If anyone wants to play or perform call soon. Music starts at 4 pm. Stage is filling up. Partially funded by Neighborhood Connections Grant, a program of The Cleveland Foundation. Call 738-1806 for more information.

Monday, June 2, 2008

Live Northeast Shores!

Evening Open Houses will be held from 5pm-7pm throughout the month of June! Come on out and see these wonderful homes!

Here is the schedule:
* Tuesday, June 3rd - 428 East 157th - LIVE WATERLOO!
* Wednesday, June 4th - 1153 East 167th - LIVE GROVEWOOD!
* Thursday, June 5th - 13808 Othello - LIVE LAKESHORE!
* Sunday, June 8th - Artist Housing Symposium - LIVE, WORK WATERLOO!