The Tibetan cleansing ritual of "Chedrol" will be offered at Asterisk *Gallery in Tremont
on Saturday, October 11th at 5 PM
By visiting Tibetan Monks from Gaden Shartse Monastery, India
Asterisk * Gallery is located at 2393 Professor Avenue in Tremont, Cleveland, Oh 44113
(For more information about the Monks and Gaden Shartse Monastery visit: http://www.gadenshartsetour.org/)
Tremont Farmers' Market, Sunday Oct 12, 10-2
The countdown is on! Only three more Sundays in Oct; only three Sundays until next season, when you can come hang out with this entourage of local farmers, artists, musicians and just genuinely nice people. Stock up on wonderful produce, eggs, pasta, apples, teas, and now coffee! And it's not too early to shop for the holidays; a scarf or two will be needed soon!
Wonder City Farm, Suzannie Handknits, EcoVillage Produce , Ohio City Pasta, Patricia Supples, Morgan Farm, t. by Sarah, Kyle Schenk, Skinny Pickles, and new to the market, KC Coffee Co. (Learn the ins and outs of coffee roasting from Carter Bailey, a self roaster---- of beans, that is.)
Andrew Lee of Burning River Band and Put-N-Bay's hottest new live act The Flyin' Jays will be at the market to play to the crowds. It'll be awesome!
We not only support local food, but local yogini Marcia Camino will be leading an Intergenerational Yoga session from 11-12. Bring a yoga mat, towel or blanket and get ready to stretch out away from those Sunday Blues.
This is it! The day has come for the Fall Plant Exchange. The Tremont Gardeners welcome you to bring a plant (or more), and take one in return. Time to reassess your garden space, and come meet likeminded gardeners; we're a hardy breed, and it's great to have someone with whom you can discuss seeds, cutting and weeds!
Look to the east, look to the west; look to the farmers' market for the best!
Jody Lathwell, market manager
Located in Lincoln Park , on W14th, between Kenilworth and Starkweather.
Questions email Jody at email@example.com or call 216-575-0920
UPDATE - W. 14th St. Bridge Deck Replacement
On W. 14th St., one lane in each direction is currently closed; one lane is maintained at all times. Overnight Monday, October 13, from 7 p.m. to 6 a.m. crews will close the W. 14th Street bridge completely in order to pour the concrete deck. Northbound motorists may detour via Clark Ave. west to Scranton Road north to Starkweather Ave. east. The southbound detour is reversed. Both daily and nightly lane closures are possible on I-490 below the bridge as work continues. The bridge is expected to open completely during the fall of 2008, however minor operation will continue into the spring of 2009. Tentative completion date: June 2009.
The Dynamic Seekers of Immanuel Lutheran Church
cordially invite you to
7. FALL IN LOVE WITH ART
(a very special evening of art)
to be held at the
IMMANUEL LUTHERAN CHURCH HALL
2928 Scranton Road
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 18TH, 2008
Preview--6:30 p.m. AUCTION--7:30 p.m.
Enjoy a wide palette of delicious hors d'ouevres, desserts and refreshments while viewing a stunning collection of incredibly affordable art.
Admission: $5.00 in advance $7.00 at the door
Take a Second Look: October 19, 2008 9 a.m. to noon with coffee and donuts
FOR INFORMATION AND RESERVATIONS PLEASE CALL THE CHURCH OFFICE AT 216-781-9511 OR KIM @ 216-513-2956
Proceeds to benefit the Immanuel Restoration Fund and the Dynamic Seekers of Immanuel.
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.
9. Please support your Tremont businesses on the Fox 8 Hot List!
As of this morning the following Tremont businesses can be voted for at
This is a great list, and you can add your favorite Tremont Business if they have not been nominated yet.
Best Burger - The Tremont Tap House
Best Coffee - Civilization and Lucky's Cafe
Best Ice Cream - Tremont Scoops
Best Italian - Lago
Best Pizza - Big Guys
Best Sandwich Shop - Dish Deli and La Bodega
Best Art Gallery - Asterisk Gallery, Atmosphere Gallery, Brandt Gallery, Exit Gallery, Eye Candy Gallery, Paul Duda/Robert Hartshorn Studio, and Piccadilly's Fine Art Studio
Best Museum - A Christmas Story House
Best Theater Group - Convergence-Continuum
Best Hair Salon - Studio Le Beau
Best Wings - Lincoln Park Pub
Best Women's Boutique - Powter Puff Boutique
Best Brunch - The South Side
Best Polish - Sokolowski's University Inn
Best Traditional American - Grumpy's Cafe
Best Thai - Ty Fun Thai Bistro
Best New American - Fahrenheit and Fat Cat's
Best Sushi - Parallax
Best Dance Studio - All About Dancin
Best Beer Selection - Edison's Pub
Neighborhood Bar - The Flying Monkey Pub, Hotz Cafe, and Prosperity Social Club
Best Trendy Bar - The Lave Lounge and the South Side
Best Boarding for your dog - The Mutt Hutt
Best Bookstore - Visible Voice Books
Best Gift Shop - Southside Cleaners and Concierge
Best Furniture - The Banyan Tree
Best Desserts - Lilly Handmade Chocolates
Please visit www.tremontwest.org for more information about the Tremont neighborhood!