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National Adopt a Shelter Dog Month
National Arts & Humanities Month
National Bullying Prevention Month
National Cyber Security Awareness Month
National Domestic Violence Awareness Month
LGBT History Month
National Work and Family Month
National Dental Hygiene Month
National Healthy Lung Month
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National Lupus Erythematosus Awareness Month
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National Congress of Black Women Greater Cleveland Chapter
Women Making A Difference
The NCBW Greater Cleveland Chapter was established on September 18, 2016. Our mission is to advocate and empower the black woman and her family in Greater Cleveland through social and political development, civic education, community engagement and rebuilding
To continue our work, the National Congress of Black Women will hold their 3rd Annual Gala on October 25, 2019 at the Mediterranean Party Center located at 25021 Rockside Road, Bedford Heights, OH 44146. Our theme this year is Casino Royal. By giving to our Casino Royale Gala, you’ll be able to help us accomplish the goal of engaging and empowering black women in non-partisan leadership activities, and build tomorrow’s leaders to advocate on public policy matters that impact the lives and communities in which black women and their families live. NCBW teaches and positions black women to take on leadership roles in their neighborhoods, municipalities, county, state and nationally.
For more information, and tickets, please contact Ruth Gray at (216.926.4960) or Lisa Bottoms at (216.513.5333).
Historic Gateway Neighborhood Corporation Announces the Fall Season of Take a Hike® Historic Tours
Historic Gateway Neighborhood Corporation (HGNC), a non-profit organization and leader in historic preservation of Cleveland’s legacy architecture announces the 2019 Fall Season of Take a Hike®, Cleveland’s free historical walking tours, beginning October 5 through November 23, 2019. Two tours are programmed and will be held on alternating Saturdays starting at 10 a.m.
New this fall is the addition of the Early Cleveland tour with a new actor portraying George Worthington, a 19th-century Warehouse District entrepreneur and leading industrial hardware distributor whose former warehouse complex has been recently adapted into apartments.
FALL 2019 TOURS: (Free 90 min Tours) | Alternating Saturdays @ 10am
Historic Euclid Avenue
October 5 & 19 | November 2 & 16
Meet at the Arcade (401 Euclid Avenue)
Explore the history and architecture of the Gateway District through Playhouse Square
Historical figures include: Garrett Morgan, Milton Krantz, & Mayor Tom Johnson
(NEW) Early Cleveland
October 12 & 26 | November 9 & 23
Meet outside Phoenix Coffee (826 West St. Clair Avenue)
Journey from the Warehouse District through the Flats
Experience the history of early Cleveland’s first entrepreneurs and industrialists
Historical figures include: George Worthington, Carl Stokes, & Levi Johnson
“We’re always excited to bring new stories to life through our Take a Hike ® experiences,” said Tom Yablonsky, Executive Director of HGNC. “The Historic Euclid Avenue tour combines the best of our summer Gateway District and Playhouse Square tours and the Early Cleveland tour introduces participants to a new narrative about the Old River Road Historic District in The Flats, significant to Cleveland’s prominent rise in shipbuilding and maritime history,” he adds.
Take a Hike® is in its 11th season and is unique because of the incorporation of live actors depicting historical figures to enhance the storytelling experience. All tours a free, however, RSVPs are strongly recommended so tour guides can provide the best experience for attendees. Tours are family and pet-friendly, and generally navigable for those with limited mobility considerations. For more information and to register visit TakeAHikeCLE.com or call (216) 771-1994.