Hip Hooray! Embrace the Lake Series Kicks Off Saturday, July 24!

Hip Hooray for Neighborhood Fun in the Sun! We are thrilled to welcome you to a series of FREE, FUN, FAMILY FRIENDLY pop-up events to help community members Embrace the Lake! Each event will have exhibitors, discussions, special treats and give-aways, plus opportunities to learn about and give feedback on plans for the future of the harbor, coastline, parks, and community connections between East 55th street and East 72nd street.
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Check out more info below or follow each event on Facebook.
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Plus, on July 24th, be sure to catch the special Common Ground Cleveland Conversation! Common Ground Cle is a city-wide collaborative celebration of community-led conversation, with multiple talks and events taking place July 14-30, 2021.
Learn more and register here.
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Supported by the national Safe Routes Partnership, Bike Cleveland is working with the City of Cleveland, Cleveland Metroparks, St. Clair Superior Development Corporation, Famicos Foundation, the Kent State Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative, Ingenuity Cleveland and other stakeholders to achieve safe and equitable access to the lakefront along East 55th and East 72nd Streets. For further info, visit https://www.bikecleveland.org/bike-cle/news/safe-routes-parks/2021/03/
The Cleveland Harbor Eastern Embayment Resilience Study outlines a plan for additional parkland and habitat along Cleveland’s Lake Erie shoreline in proximity to the St. Clair-Superior and Glenville neighborhoods. CHEERS illustrates the importance of investing in coastal resilience measures to improve communities, working with residents and stakeholders to protect critical infrastructure, stabilize habitat, expand recreation, ameliorate previous industrial uses & unjust development practices, and help current and future generations to Embrace the Lake.
All Common Ground conversations have the same goal: to create spaces where meaningful connections are made and purposeful actions begin. Common Ground events are built by community members, organizations, businesses and nonprofits that care about the future of our community and want to be a part of a forward-looking conversation.