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Heights Music Hop is TODAY/TONIGHT!

Saturday, September 10, 2022

Each year, FutureHeightsHEIGHTS MUSIC HOP brings together music lovers of all ages from every Cleveland Heights neighborhood and all across Northeast Ohio.


The music starts early this year, at the Noble Gardeners' Market from 10:00 am to 12:00 noon. Starting at 5:00 pm, the festivities shift to the Cedar Lee District.


Check out this lineup! You don't want to miss it!

Heights High Homecoming

IS NEXT WEEKEND!


#TIGER NATION!!

Find out more about Heights High Homecoming 2022
See the list of CHHS Distinguished Alumni Hall of Fame 2022 Inductees

City Council to Hold a Public Hearing on

Proposed "Lead Safe" Legislation"

Monday, September 12, 2022, at 7:00 pm

City Council Chamber, Cleveland Heights City Hall

The Public Safety and Health Committee of Cleveland Heights City Council will hold a Public Hearing to discuss proposed “Lead Safe” legislation on Monday, September 12, 2022, at 7:00 pm in the City Council Chamber of Cleveland Heights City Hall, 40 Severance Circle.


If enacted, Ordinance 78-2021 would help prevent lead poisoning among Cleveland Heights children by creating a lead-safe certification program in Cleveland Heights and requiring all residential rental units constructed before January 1, 1978, to be certified as lead safe.


The Public Safety and Health Committee is asking for input about this legislation from landlords, tenants, and other interested parties and is asking that anyone who wishes to be heard on this legislation please attend the Public Hearing. Anyone who wishes to speak at the hearing must sign in at the door, and each person who signs up will have three minutes to speak. The meeting's agenda may be found here.

Becoming a City Where "All Are Welcome"

50 Years Ago, the St. Ann Committee and

Heights Community Congress Changed Cleveland Heights

Members of the St. Ann Social Action Housing Committee and the Heights Community Congress gather for a photo in the Susanna Niermann-O'Neil Atrium at Cleveland Heights City Hall

At its September 6, 2022, City Council meeting, the City of Cleveland Heights recognized and celebrated the 50th anniversary of two milestones in our city's history:


  • The 1972 release of the St. Ann Audit of Real Estate Practices, and
  • The founding of the Heights Community Congress.


The St. Ann Social Action Housing Committee was a group of five women who took it upon themselves to address housing discrimination in Cleveland Heights. Mayor Kahlil Seren presented five proclamations at the Council meeting, expressing our city's gratitude for the leadership.


Three of the Committee members, Suzanne Nigro, the group's chair, Lana Powell, and Linda Johnston, were present to receive this recognition. They accepted a proclamation on behalf of Nancy Cappelletti, who could not attend. The fifth Committee member, Jeanne Martin-Diamond, passed away in 2020; Jeanne's husband accepted her proclamation on behalf of his family.


Following the presentation of proclamations to the St. Ann Committee, Cleveland Heights City Council unanimously passed a resolution introduced by Mayor Seren declaring Sunday, September 18, 2022, the date of the upcoming Heights Community Congress Heights Heritage Home and Garden Tour, as "Heights Community Congress Day" in Cleveland Heights.


The proclamations and resolution describe the significant role these five women and the board, staff, and volunteers of Heights Community Congress have had in shaping the city that Cleveland Heights is and aspires to be. We have included their text in full below.

The work of the Heights Community Congress is ongoing. In this month's Heights Observer, Heights Community Congress Board Chair Leslie Jones wrote:


"Heights Community Congress (HCC) is proud to announce that its Heights Heritage Home & Garden Tour will return for its 43rd year on Sunday, September 18, from noon to 6 p.m. This year's theme: The Tour is Back in Town!


This year, the tour will showcase six elegant and unique Cleveland Heights properties. They include a colonial with a recently renovated kitchen and bath, a stately Tudor mansion, a remarkable backyard garden oasis, an English brick cottage and garden, a contemporary solar-powered home with tropical foliage, and the magnificently restored exterior grounds of Harcourt Manor.


Ticket holders can also take a guided tour of the landmark Fairmount Presbyterian Church, partake of light snacks, and view a special display about the history of HCC over the course of its 50 years of service to the community."


Tickets for the Tour are $25 and are available online at Heights Community Congress or in person at the following businesses:


  • Appletree Books
  • Bremec on the Heights
  • Heinen’s (on South Green Road)
  • The Stone Oven Bakery & Café
  • Tommy’s
  • Zagara’s Marketplace


Please join us in recognizing—and emulating—the values and commitment of the St. Ann Committee and the Heights Community Congress. And please don't miss the 2022 Heights Heritage Home and Garden Tour on Heights Community Congress Day, Sunday, September 18th.

A Proclamation of Appreciation

Presented To


The Members of the St. Ann Social Action Housing Committee


Upon the Fiftieth Anniversary of the Release Of the “St. Ann Audit of Real Estate Practices”


WHEREAS, the St. Ann Social Action Housing Committee was a group of five women parishioners from St. Ann Catholic Church on Cedar Road who came together in 1971 to take on the issue of housing discrimination in Cleveland Heights; and,


WHEREAS, During the spring and summer of 1972, the St. Ann Committee audited the practices of real estate companies in Cleveland Heights by recording how volunteers of similar backgrounds but different races were treated when inquiring about the same properties; and,


WHEREAS, The 1972 “St. Ann Audit of Real Estate Practices” demonstrated clear racial bias and discriminatory practices among real estate companies in Cleveland Heights; and,


WHEREAS, The St. Ann Audit contributed to the creation of the Heights Community Congress and the Heights Housing Service;


THEREFORE, on behalf of the City of Cleveland Heights and generations of grateful residents, we issue this Proclamation of Appreciation to the Members of the St. Ann Social Action Housing Committee in recognition of their leadership, bravery, and pioneering efforts to make Cleveland Heights a city where “All Are Welcome.”


Signed

Kahlil Seren

Mayor

City of Cleveland Heights

September 6, 2022

Proposed: 09/06/2022

RESOLUTION NO. 134-2022 (CRR), First Reading By Mayor Seren

 

A Resolution declaring September 18, 2022, to be Heights Community Congress Day; and declaring the necessity that this Resolution become immediately effective as an emergency measure.

 

WHEREAS, in the early 1970s, prominent Jewish, Catholic, and Protestant religious leaders from Cleveland Heights began meeting at the Carmelite Monastery on Lee to discuss how to promote interracial harmony; and,

 

WHEREAS, in 1972, the St. Ann Social Action Housing Committee released an audit demonstrating clear racial bias and discriminatory practices among real estate companies working in Cleveland Heights; and,

 

WHEREAS, in late 1972, the interfaith Carmelite Group formed the Heights Community Congress (HCC), which took on the task of continuing the St. Ann Housing Committee’s audit work; and,

 

WHEREAS, in 1974, HCC launched the Heights Housing Service, a program funded by the City of Cleveland Heights to promote open housing throughout the city; and,

 

WHEREAS, in 1976, the City of Cleveland Heights passed its Nine-Point Plan establishing anti-discrimination real estate practices and took over Heights Housing Services; and,

 

WHEREAS, HCC adopted a broader mission focused on an open, balanced housing market, integrated schools, grassroots problem-solving, and programs and services responsive to the needs of a diverse population; and,

 

WHEREAS, HCC mobilized a coalition of two hundred organizations and more than 1,000 volunteers; and,

 

WHEREAS, HCC helped start neighborhood association across Cleveland Heights and launched the Heights Heritage Home and Garden tour to help showcase the value of Heights homes and the vibrant quality of life in an integrated community; and,

 

WHEREAS, HCC, with the City of Cleveland Heights as its co-plaintiff, successfully sued Hilltop Realty in 1983 for violating the federal Fair Housing Act, thereby setting new standards for non-discriminatory treatment of prospective homeowners; and,

 

WHEREAS, HCC helped examine the lending patterns of banks and mortgage companies in the 1990s through the Countywide Financial Institutions Advisory Committee; and,

 

WHEREAS, in 2017, HCC’s criticism of Zillow.com prompted the site to remove its color-coded, discriminatory ratings of schools and school districts from its online real estate listings; and,

 

WHEREAS, in 2021, HCC participated in the City of Cleveland Heights’ efforts to grant “source of income” protected status and outlaw discrimination based on the kind of income used to pay rent; and,

 

WHEREAS, for fifty years, HCC has held a mirror up to Cleveland Heights, asking if we liked what we saw and challenging us to do better; and,

 

WHEREAS, on Sunday, September 18, 2022, HCC will hold the 43rd Heights Heritage Home and Garden tour.

 

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Council of the City of Cleveland Heights, Ohio, that:

 

SECTION 1. September 18, 2022, is hereby designated Heights Community Congress Day in the City of Cleveland Heights in recognition of and deep appreciation for the irreplaceable role HCC has played in making Cleveland Heights a city where “All Are Welcome” by battling discrimination in housing and real estate practices, promoting racial harmony and integrated schools, and engaging in other efforts to combat discrimination and racism and promote diversity.

 

SECTION 2. Notice of the passage of this Resolution shall be given by publishing the title and abstract of contents, prepared by the Director of Law, once in one newspaper of general circulation in the City of Cleveland Heights.

 

SECTION 3. It is necessary that this Resolution become immediately effective as an emergency measure for the immediate preservation of the public peace, health, or safety of the City, such emergency being the need to recognize Heights Community Congress Day in a timely fashion. Wherefore, provided it receives the affirmative vote of five (5) or more of the members elected or appointed to this Council, this Resolution shall take effect and be in force immediately upon its passage; otherwise, it shall take effect and be in force from and after the earliest time allowed by law.


Passed Unanimously by Cleveland Heights City Council

September 6, 2022

Cleveland Heights Wants You to Go

CAR FREE on World Car Free Day 2022

Thursday, September 22

On Tuesday, September 6, 2022, Cleveland Heights recognized, for a second time, World Car Free Day and Park(ing) Day.


World Car Free Day encourages people worldwide to see what life would be like without so many cars on the road. It is an international event celebrated every September by more than 2,000 cities in 40 countries. People are encouraged to travel car-free or car-lite by using transit, bicycling, walking, carpooling, or telecommuting.


Park(ing) Day is a global event where people collaborate to temporarily

transform parking spaces into “Park(ing)” spaces: tiny parks and places for art, play, and activism.


The City of Cleveland Heights is one of the leading municipalities in Ohio focused on increasing awareness of the benefits of alternative modes of

transportation and the current struggles of traveling car-free or car-lite. Cleveland Heights is also a leader in reimagining the public realm and rethinking how it can be utilized more sustainably.


The City of Cleveland Heights has declared Thursday, September 22, 2022, "World Car Free Day and Park(ing) Day" in Cleveland Heights and encourages its residents to celebrate both days. Leave your car at home and go find a parking space to temporarily transform. 


And don't forget to send us a photo!

City to Hold Third Public Meeting about

Setting ARPA Funding Priorities

Wednesday, September 21, 2022, at 6:30 pm

Delisle Options Center, 14780 Superior Road

On Wednesday, September 21, 2022, at 6:30 pmthe City of Cleveland Heights will hold its third meeting asking the public for input about how the City should prioritize funds it received through the American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 (ARPA). The meeting will be held at the Delisle Options Center, 14780 Superior Road.

The City continues to ask people to fill out a public input form to prioritize different possible areas of investment and suggest specific ways ARPA funds might be spent. If you haven't filled out the public input form, please share your thoughts with the City today!

Fill out the ARPA Public Input Form
Learn more about the City's ARPA Funding and Process

Upcoming Vaccine Clinics at the Community Center

The Cuyahoga County Board of Health (CCBH) will offer vaccine clinics for COVID-19 and Monkey Pox at the Cleveland Heights Community Center, One Monticello Boulevard, in the South Atrium or South rink.


Pre-sign-up is required for all vaccine clinics. Anyone who needs help signing up for a vaccine clinic may call the Senior Activity Center at (216) 691-7377for assistance.

Sign-Up for the MONKEY POX CLINIC Friday, September 23, 9:00 am–4:00 pm
Sign Up for the COVID-19 CLINIC Wednesday, September 28, 5:00–7:00 pm.

The COVID-19 clinic will provide first, second, and booster shots of the Moderna, Pfizer, Johnson & Johnson, and Novavax vaccines. 

Cleveland Heights Secures Grant for

Edgerly Road Water Main Replacement


Congratulations to the Cleveland Heights Department of Public Works for securing a $411,524 grant from the Cleveland Division of Water's Suburban Water Main Renewal Program for the replacement of the Edgerly Road water main.


The grant will reduce the City's cost of fixing the water main by 78%!

Cuyahoga County Still Needs Your Input

About Shareable Bikes and Scooters

Cuyahoga County is working with the City of Cleveland Heights, the City of Cleveland, the Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA), Bike Cleveland, and other area cities to expand the existing network of public bicycles and scooters to more Cuyahoga County residents.


One of the challenges of a shared mobility system is where to put the bikes and scooters. The project team and its consultants are developing guidance for organizing where these devices are placed.


The project team has identified 15 possible hub locations in Cleveland Heights, which are indicated on the map above, and they are asking for feedback about their recommendations.


They have set up an information page and a map where you can pull up the proposed hub connections and make comments. The map contains all of the locations they are reviewing throughout Cuyahoga County. You will need to zoom in to see the sites that are in Cleveland Heights.


The project team needs your input to make sure they make suitable recommendations for Cleveland Heights. The team will review our feedback and work through the approval process to purchase and install improvements next year.


Please take a few minutes and review the proposed locations before September 30, 2022.

Meet Your Police

Thursday, September 15, 2022


The next Meet Your Police will be held on Thursday, September 15, 2022, from 6:00–8:00 pm in the lower level of Cleveland Heights City Hall, 40 Severance Circle.


Residents are encouraged to attend and speak with an officer about any questions, concerns, or complaints they may have.


Fire Chief David Freeman Retires,

James Harry Sworn In As Interim Chief of CHFD

After nearly 30 years as a Cleveland Heights firefighter and ten years as Cleveland Heights Fire Department Chief, David Freeman retired at the beginning of September. The City of Cleveland Heights owes a debt of gratitude to Chief Freeman for his decades of commitment to keeping Cleveland Heights residents, visitors, and property safe.


On September 6, 2022, Mayor Kahlil Seren swore in James Harry as the Cleveland Heights Fire Department's interim Chief. Interim Chief Harry was the Mayor’s choice for his recent promotion to Assistant Chief.


Congratulations, Interim Chief Harry!


Next Cleveland Heights City Council Meetings


The next full City Council meeting will be held on Monday, September 19, 2022, at 7:30 pm,, immediately following the Council Committee of the Whole meeting, which will be held at 6:30 pm.


All of these meetings will be streamed live and may be viewed on the City's YouTube channel. The agendas for the meetings may be found on the City's website.

This Week at Cleveland Heights City Hall


Public Safety and Health Committee Public Hearing—"Lead Safe" Ordinance 78-2021

September 12, 2022, 7:00 PM

Council Chambers

 

Citizens Advisory Committee

September 13, 2022, 7:00 PM

Executive Conference Room

 

CANCELLED—Planning Commission

September 14, 2022, 7:00 PM

Council Chambers

 

Racial Justice Task Force - Housing and Economic Opportunity Subcommittee

September 14, 2022, 7:00 PM

Online


Meet Your Police

September 15, 2022, 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

City Hall Lower Level


Commission on Aging

September 16, 2022, 9:30 AM

Senior Activity Center

Addie Balester Sworn in as New Clerk of Cleveland Heights City Council


At the September 6, 2022, Cleveland Heights City Council meeting, Addie Balester was sworn in as the new Clerk of Council.


Congratulations, Addie, on your new position!

The Cleveland Heights Happy 5k/10k Race Returns!

Sunday, October 2, 2022

Ok, ok, we know we've been beating this drum for a while now, but seriously WE LOVE THE HAPPY 5K/10K, AND SO SHOULD YOU!


It's fun, it's for a great cause (community recreation scholarships for kids), and it is SO Cleveland Heights.


It's also in THREE WEEKS! So why aren't you signed up yet??


We've spent the last month making a list of EXTRA reasons to love the Happy 5k/10k. In case you missed them, they are:


  • Reason #1—You get to run in costume.



  • Reason #2—You get a chance to outrun the Mayor.
  • Reason #3—You can compete as a team.
  • Reason #4—You can win bragging rights for an entire year!

And here's #5:


ALL THE COOL KIDS ARE DOING IT!


What are you, scared? Are you allergic to fun?


Avoid catching a bad case of FOMO, and sign up today at the Happy 5k/10k registration page

Reminders

Comments and Questions Requested

On Upcoming Projects


Monticello Boulevard Signals (PID 112809)

The City of Cleveland Heights is proposing a project that will upgrade six traffic signals located at intersections along Monticello Boulevard in Cleveland Heights, Ohio:


  • Monticello Boulevard and Lee Road
  • Monticello Boulevard and Forest Hills Boulevard
  • Monticello Boulevard and N. Taylor Road
  • Monticello Boulevard and Yellowstone Road
  • Monticello Boulevard and Noble Road
  • Monticello Boulevard and Belvoir Boulevard


This project also includes the removal of two (2) unwarranted traffic signals at:


  • Monticello Boulevard and Quarry Drive
  • Forest Hills Boulevard and Mt. Vernon Boulevard


Construction is currently scheduled to begin in 2023.


Lee Road Resurfacing (PID 112874)

The City of Cleveland Heights has proposed a project that will include asphalt resurfacing of Lee Road from Mayfield Road to Superior Road in the City of Cleveland Heights, Ohio. The project will include upgrades to Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) curb ramps, pavement repairs, curb replacement, and pavement markings. Construction is currently scheduled to begin in early 2023.


The City of Cleveland Heights welcomes questions and comments about both of these projects. Issues that may be addressed include, but are not limited to:

  • The effect of the project on local residents
  • Air quality 
  • The local economy
  • Floodplains, and 
  • Historic or cultural resources


At this stage, the City cannot provide specific information about potential real estate acquisitions for either project. If necessary, a representative working for the City of Cleveland Heights will contact property owners whose properties may need to be acquired to discuss the right-of-way needs, the acquisition process, and their rights under that process.


Please submit comments or questions for the Monticello Boulevard Signals Project by September 30, 2022, and for the Lee Road Resurfacing Project before September 26, 2022, to Joe Kickel, Assistant Director of Public Works, City of Cleveland Heights, at (216) 291-2470 or jkickel@clevelandheights.gov to ensure there are considered during the project’s development.

2022 Fall Recreation Programs

 

ADULT

New! Indoor Cycling

A warm-up, 45 minutes of cycling, a cool down, and 15 minutes of abdominal work and stretching. Please be sure to bring your own water bottle and mat.

Instructed by: Alisa Henry

Day: Saturdays

Time: 10:30–11:30 am

Dates: September 17–October 22

Location: Aerobic Room

Cost: $38 CH RES/$44 NON-RES

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New! Zumba®

Add a Zumba class to your weekly routine! Inspired by Latin dance and music, Zumba uses a variety of styles in its routines, including Cumbia, Merengue, Salsa, Reggaeton, Mambo, Rumba, Flamenco, and Hip Hop. Music selection includes fast and slow rhythms to help tone and sculpt the body.


You'll see why Zumba Fitness classes are often called exercise in disguise. Wear comfortable workout clothes and shoes that you can move in, and bring water and a towel because you will sweat!

Instructed by: Gigi Roney

Day: Fridays

Time: 6:00–6:45 pm

Dates: September 16–October 21

Location: Aerobic Room

Cost: $35 CH RES/$40 NON RES


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New! Israeli Dance Class

Learn modern Israeli dances as danced today in Israel. This is a GREAT starting point if you want to learn Israeli Dance. No experience is required. Everyone is welcome, and the pace will be slow and easy to keep everyone moving. Circle dances and line dances.


Instructed by: Stuart Meyer, teacher, performer, and artistic director

Day: Tuesdays

Time: 6:00–7:30 pm

Dates: October 25–December 6

(No class 11/8)

Location: Aerobic Room

Cost: $45 CH RES/$50 NON RES

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Fall Evening Barre Workout

The Barre class is back! For those who have not taken a Barre class, it combines elements of dance with the principles of strength and safety from Pilates. This is a barefoot workout. Wear comfortable workout clothes and bring an exercise mat, towel, and spill-proof water bottle. Before heading to your class, you will need to grab a bottle of disinfectant and a towel from the cart near the front desk.


Participants must register a week prior to the start date! The class limit is 8. Sorry, no drop-ins.

Instructed by: Pia Alesci

Day: Monday

Time: 6:00–7:00 pm

Dates: September 12–October 24

(No class 9/26)

Location: Aerobic Room

Cost: $38 CH RES/$44 NON-RES

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Fall Mat Pilates

Pilates is a series of targeted exercises that strengthen muscles while improving postural alignment and flexibility generated from the core. Wear comfortable clothing and bring your own exercise mat, towel, and water.

 

Participants must register a week prior to the start date! The class limit is 8. Sorry, no drop-ins.

Instructed by: Pia Alesci

Day: Wednesdays

Time: 6:00–7:00 pm

Dates: September 14–October 26

(No class 10/5)

Location: Aerobic Room

Cost: $38 CH RES/$44 NON-RES

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MARTIAL ARTS

Men’s and Women’s Tai Shin Doh Karate

This class will focus on the use of Tai Shin Doh and its real-life applications from the perspective of men and women.

Instructed by: Roan Adognravi, 2nd Degree Black Belt

Day: Saturdays

Dates: September 24–December 10

(No class 11/12 & 11/26)

Time: 9:00–10:30 am

Location: Activity Room 7

Cost: $70 CH RES/$80 NON RES

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Youth—Advanced Self-Defense/Tai Shin Doh

For students who have achieved a green belt in Tai Shin Doh and above. Students will learn to master the art of Tai Shin Doh.

Instructed by: Roan Adognravi, 2nd Degree Black Belt

Day: Saturdays

Dates: September 24–December 10

(No class 11/12 & 11/26)

Time: 10:30 am–12:00 pm

Location: Activity Room 7

Cost: $70 CH RES/$80 NON RES

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Youth—Beginners Self-Defense/Tai Shin Doh

Ages 6 & up. Children are taught control, discipline, awareness, responsibility, and consideration in a martial arts environment. Beginners to yellow belts.

Instructed by: David Jones, 7th Degree Black Belt

Day: Fridays

Dates: September 23–December 9

(No class 11/11 & 11/25)

Time: 6:30–8:00 pm 

Location: Activity Room 7

Cost: $70 CH RES/$80 NON RES

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Adults Kuk Sool Won™ (WKSA)

The Traditional Martial Art of Korea

Ages 14–75. Class includes Etiquette (Respectful Behavior); Rolling & Acrobatics; Safety Falls; Meditation Practice, Hand/Foot Striking & Blocking, Forms Training (Hyung), and Self Defense Techniques.

Instructed by: David Pritts, 3rd Degree Black Belt and School Owner

Days: Mondays and Wednesdays

Time: 7:30–8:30 pm

Dates: September 28–December 7

(No class 10/5, 10/10, 10/12, 10/31, 11/7, 11/23)

Location: Senior Center

Cost: $100 CH RES/$105 NON RES

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Mini Kids Kuk Sool Won™ (WKSA)

The Traditional Martial Art of Korea

Ages 5 & 6. Class includes Etiquette (Respectful Behavior); Rolling & Acrobatics; Safety Falls; Meditation Practice, Hand/Foot Striking & Blocking, Forms Training (Hyung), and Self Defense Techniques.

Instructed by: David Pritts, 3rd Degree Black Belt and School Owner

Days: Mondays and Wednesdays

(Fifteen classes a session)

Time: 6:00–6:30 pm

Dates: September 28–December 7

(No class 10/5, 10/10, 10/12, 10/31, 11/7, 11/23)

Location: Senior Center

Cost: $51 CH RES/$58 NON RES

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Youth Kuk Sool Won™ (WKSA)

The Traditional Martial Art of Korea

Ages 7–13. Class includes Etiquette (Respectful Behavior); Rolling & Acrobatics; Safety Falls; Meditation Practice, Hand/Foot Striking & Blocking, Forms Training (Hyung), and Self Defense Techniques.

Instructed by: David Pritts, 3rd Degree Black Belt and School Owner

Days: Mondays and Wednesdays

Time: 6:30–7:30 pm

Dates: September 28–December 7

(No class 10/5, 10/10, 10/12, 10/31, 11/7, 11/23)

Location: Senior Center

Cost: $100 CH RES/$105 NON RES

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PRESCHOOL

NEW! A Little Song & Stretch

Ages 3–5 (Participants must be at least 3 years old and potty-trained!). A creative movement and song class designed for ages 3 to 5. Participants will enhance their large and fine motor skills and social development through an engaging class of organized song and movement.


Adults do not stay with children during class, and children should be dressed in comfortable clothes (no tutus). Parent Observation day is the last class of each session.

Instructed by: Maya Curtis

Day: Saturdays

Dates: October 1–November 12

Time: 9:15–10:00 am

Location: Aerobic Room

Cost: $38 CH RES/$48 NON RES

Sign Up Now

Have extra bounty from your garden?

Sell it at the Noble Gardeners' Market!


THERE IS NO CHARGE FOR SELLERS. For more information, please visit nobleneighbors.com.

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Opportunities

The City of Cleveland Heights is Hiring!

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Job openings in the Police Department, City Hall, Parks and Recreation, Public Works, and other departments may be found on the Cleveland Heights Job Opportunities webpage.

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