Inside This Issue

Holiday Bazaar Supports Pups

Popular All-You-Can-Eat Pancake Breakfast Returns

Foundation Helps Youngsters to Communicate

Holiday Showcase Combines Farmers Market Produce  with Artisan Goods

Other News & Events

November 1, 2016
TRI-Barkin' Holiday Bazaar Offers Holiday Shopping and Supports Pups    

Crafts, jewelry, graphic art, handmade clothing, dog treats, and a bake sale are all part of The TRI-Barkin' Holiday Bazaar, an event to support the puppies and dogs of The Rescue Inn. On Saturday, November 12, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. visit 17401 Lorain Avenue for great holiday gifts and a good time. Gift wrapping will be offered on site for your purchases.

Parking is available in the lot behind the event, which is taking place on the first floor of our Kamm's Corners Development Corporation building between Steak-n-Shake and Citizens Bank. As an added bonus, Hatfield's Goode Grub food truck will in the parking lot, serving up their Southern Comfort food. Menu items include pulled pork sandwiches, hand cut fries, chicken wraps, chili, burgers, and more. Pick up lunch or dinner to take home after your holiday shopping spree. See the truck's menu, here

Click here for the event flyer.  

Kiwanis Club of West Park Offers A Pancake Breakfast on Sunday, November 13

How about all the pancakes you care to eat? On Sunday morning November 13, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., bring your family and friends to City Club Catering at the Cretan Party Center, 3853 West 168th Street, for a good deal! Sausage, orange juice, coffee, tea, and milk are on the menu and come with the original meal purchase. Additional pancakes are no extra charge! Carryout is available, too. Take a chance on a 50/50 raffle, with proceeds from the raffle and the breakfast benefiting the club, which donates 100% of all funds raised directly to support community organizations serving West Park.

Tickets will be available at the door and may be purchased in advance at West Park Massotherapy or from members of the Kiwanis Club of West Park. The breakfast is only $7 for adults, $3 for children from 7 to 12, and is free of charge for children 6 and under.

See the flyer with details here.
Local Foundation Helps Youngsters Communicate

West Park residents Joe Pulizzi and Pam Kozelka built a
Joshua Pulizzi, son of Orange Effect Foundation founders Joe Pulizzi and Pam Kozelka speaks at a fundraiser.
successful business, Content Marketing Institute and an internationally recognized event, Content Marketing World, to help brands find their voices and tell their stories. Additionally, since 2014, they have channeled their resources and expertise to empower children and young adults to communicate by making use of funding through The Orange Effect Foundation.

In 2001 when the Pulizzi's son Joshua was born with autism, they found that early intervention led him to be an independent and engaging young man. Knowing the benefits their son gained from early intervention, Joe and Pam are now helping other children and young adults receive the speech therapy and tools they need to communicate effectively and lead fulfilling lives. They do this by awarding quarterly grants to applicants.

The next grant deadline is November 15. For more information and to obtain a copy of the grant application, click here.

Holiday Showcase Combines Kamm's Corners Indoor Farmers Market with an Arts & Crafts Fair

What happens when you mash up local artisans and makers with farmers market vendors, Weber's Ice Cream, and Hatfield's Goode Grub food truck?

This December, join us for 5,000 square feet of holiday cheer!  Kamm's Corners Farmers Market will be combined with an arts and crafts fair at a new location: the KCDC building across Lorain Avenue from Kamm's Plaza. The address is 17401 Lorain Avenue, between Citizens Bank and Steak N Shake.

Plan to shop Saturday and Sunday, December 10 and 11, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Click here for a flyer with parking details and more about the many offerings at this Kamm's Corners Holiday Showcase!   

Artisans and makers may apply now to participate by clicking here for the online application. Only 25 will be accepted, so don't delay! 

In Other News . . .  

A free yoga class with Liz Hjort takes place on Thursday, November 10, from 7 to 8 p.m. at River's Edge, 3430 Rocky River Drive. Discover what the yoga buzz is about in this welcoming environment for all levels. 

West Park Community Elementary School is holding a Craft and Vendor Show on November 12, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the school at 16210 Lorain Avenue. Free admission. See the flyer here.

Connect with like-minded young professionals who want to make a positive difference in West Park. Join the West Park Young Professionals on the fourth Thursday of every month. See the membership form here or e-mail for more information.  

On Tuesday, November 22, at 7 p.m. the West Park Historical Society presents The Cleveland National Air Races, 1929-1949, by historian Bill Meixner. Come to The Cretan Party Center, 3853 West 168th Street. Free. See details in the flyer, here

P.J. McIntyre's Irish Pub, 17119 Lorain Avenue, is hosting a "Turkey Bash" fundraiser on Wednesday, November 23, from 6 to 9 p.m. to benefit Fight Like a Girl Foundation, which supports individuals with a life threatening illness. See ticket information including the menu and entertainment in the flyer here

Wondering when the City of Cleveland Division of Waste Collection picks up bulk items? Click here for the schedule, through the end of the year.  
Second floor office and retail space is available in beautiful Downtown Kamm's Corners inside the newly renovated Alber Building, 17019-25 Lorain Avenue. Click here for details.   
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