Friday, October 24, 2008


Pay What You Can:
Verb Ballets! - tonight!


October 24, 2008


8:00 p.m.

Verb Ballets
Dayton Contemporary Dance Company
Cincinnati Ballet
Cleveland's National Repertory Dance Company lines up the stars of dance from around Ohio at the Ohio! Collaboration is key for this night out downtown with works by George Balanchine, Ulysses Dove, Shonna Hickman-Matlock, and Verb Ballets Artistic Director Hernando Cortez. Performance only tickets will go fast, so act fast, OR, call the Verb office to get tickets to this gala evening that includes a special meal at Bricco and post-performance dessert & champagne reception with the dancers: 216.397.3757.
Combine raw energy and grace for the explosive company premiere of Dove's masterpiece "Vespers."
Celebrate in the World Premiere of Hernando Cortez's "Afterimage."
Get tickets! 216.241.6000, toll-free at 1.800.766.6048, or
$18 - $25
Ask about student & senior discounts.
A limited number of Pay What You Can tickets are available at the box office on the day of the show.

Check out the troupe Dance Magazine calls one of "25 to Watch"

Halloween Party for Children

Hosted by Friends of Clark Field at a new location -
Community Care Network!!!
Saturday, October 25th, 3-5:30pm at the Community Care Network located at 3146 Scranton Road. Please use the entrance on the Kinkle Avenue side of the building.
Costume Contests! Fun Games! Food! Candy! For ages 3 to 13!
For more information: Call Kristen at TWDC, 216-575-0920.
Sponsored by ParkWorks, Charter One, Ward 13 Councilman Joe Cimperman, Ward 14 Councilman Joe Santiago, McDonald's on Clark, The Friends of Clark Field, Tremont Resident Service Corps, Jr. Holy Name-St. Michael's Youth, and Tremont West Dev. Corp.

Tremont Farmers' Market,
Sunday Oct 26, 10-2

The last blast. The local food movement is exploding; we are a bit part of it, and proud to be. Join us for our last market of the season. In addition, take a moment and let us know what worked for you this year, and what didn't. Help us continue to make this a market you don't want to miss. Food, community, environment; we're all in this together.

The vendors:

Gather Round Farm/Plant Ally Herbs, Wonder City Farm, Suzannie Handknits, Patricia Supples, Morgan Farm, t. by Sarah, EcoVillage Produce, KC Coffee Co, and Skinny Pickles.

Ever heard of Chef Ricardo? Well, we certainly have. Come crowd around with the rest of us as Mr. Sandoval (owner/chef of Fat Cats, Lava Lounge, and Felice's Urban Café) patiently explains how he combines local and in season produce into a delicious sample.

Our musical feature, taken from their MySpace page: JP & The Chatfield Boys is an Ohio-based national act with variably deep Mid-Western roots and some serious talent. We couple highly charged original songs with forward thinking covers, while fusing traditional bluegrass with elements of Americana, Jam, Reggae and Modern-Folk. The bands' sound can seamlessly morph from classic Appalachian into fresh finger picking sound-scapes, and back again. There is an exuded sense of trust between the members on stage that tells the audience that this is where they all have longed to be. JP & The Chatfield Boys' energetic ability to cater to multi-generational crowds leaves both first time listeners and long time fans yearning for more.

*Mark Dorsey Fan Club to assemble at chairs in front of music tent*

It's been a blast

Jody Lathwell, market manager

Located in Lincoln Park , on W14th, between Kenilworth and Starkweather.

Questions email Jody at or call 216-575-0920

Meeting about Innerbelt and
Closing of W. 14th St. Ramp
Please try to attend a community meeting about the Innerbelt and the status of the W. 14th entrance ramp on Monday, October 27th, starting at 5:30 p.m. at OLA/St. Joseph Center, 2346 W 14th St.

TWDC has invited representatives from the Ohio Department of Transportation, Gov. Strickland's office, Senators Voinovich and Brown, Congressman Kucinich and Councilmen Cimperman and Santiago to a neighborhood forum to discuss the status of the Innerbelt in general and the W. 14th entrance ramp in particular.

The closure of the W. 14th ramp, as well as the rerouting of traffic off the Innerbelt through other entrance and exit closings, is having a negative impact on the quality of life in our neighborhood and our city. This is your chance to speak up, ask questions and demand to know the state's timeline to resolve ongoing Innerbelt issues!

If you have any questions, please call TWDC at 216/575-0920.