Halloween for Kids . . .
Registration is underway now for a FREE Halloween party at the West Park Family YMCA,
15501 Lorain Avenue, taking place on Friday, October 23, from 6 to 8 p.m.
Members and non-members of the YMCA are welcom
e to participate or volunteer. Simply call 216-941-5410 to register or to volunteer.
Dress up in a costume and bring a bag for treats. Activities include:
- Fun games for all ages
- Bounce house
- Family dance party
- Halloween treats for all kids
Currently, the Y is accepting donations of candy and decorations. Last year, 300 participated! Register now!
The West Park Branch of the Cleveland Public Library, 3805 West 157th Street, offers a Happy Halloween event for preschool and school aged children on Thursday, October 29, from 4 to 5 p.m. Halloween traditions will be discussed. Scary tales will be told. Treats and handouts will be provided. Call 216-623-7102 for more information. See details here.
On Saturday, October 31, from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., the Halloween Comic Fest returns to Carol & John's Comic Book Shop,
inside Kamms Plaza. Kids, family, and
get to enjoy free comics, candy, and complimentary professional photography services. Anyone in costume will be invited to take age appropriate comic books. Read the details
Halloween for Pets . . .
A spooky pup party takes place at
Style Mutt Dog Boutique & Daycare
, 3525 Warren Road, on Saturday, October 24, from 4 to 6 p.m. There will be food and drinks, games for dogs, and a costume contest with these categories:
Portraits By Martha
- Most Original
- Best Human-Dog Duo
will be taking pictures. For more information, call 440-409-0454.
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The Hooley on Kamm's Corners
and at the
Kamm's Corners Farmers Market
along with art activities at
have been made possible in part by $19,000 in support from
Cuyahoga Arts & Culture (CAC)
Funding from CAC is possible because Cuyahoga County residents voted to create this agency to fund amazing arts and culture with local tax dollars from a cigarette tax levied within the county. Renewal of this funding source is on the ballot November 3, for voters to consider.
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John Marshall Attracts Students to Classes in Business, Computers -- and Robots
Imagine attending one of the three small schools that make up the new John Marshall Campus, 3952 West 140th Street. Read an article about the "power of the plan" that allows students to find the right fit, here.