Here are Bay Village Mayor Debbie Sutherland’s calendar of community events for December:
Leaf Pick Up Extended
Due to an early snowfall many residents were unable to complete their fall yard cleanup by the Nov. 25th final yard waste pickup.
The Bay Village Service Dept. will be going through town for the next week picking up brown yard waste bags that are out. After Dec. 12th if you have yard waste (bagged leaves or grass clippings) to dispose of you’ll need to put it in the blue garbage cans for regular trash pickup. Leaf trucks will continue picking up leaves piled on tree lawns. Brush trucks will be picking up branches as time and manpower permit.
NEW Bay Village T-shirts are available at City Hall, 350 Dover Center Rd. Mon.- Fri. from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Long sleeve shirts are $20 and short sleeve shirts are $15. Men’s and Ladies styles available. Cash or check only. All profits benefit the Bay Village Fireworks Fund. Click here to view shirts.
Shirts are also available for purchase at BAYarts, 28795 Lake Rd. Great gift idea!
Due to numerous requests, we have ordered several new items: sweatshirts, new long sleeve T’s, tote bags and car magnets. The new items will be in soon.
Call (440) 899-3416 if you have questions about the shirts, or firstname.lastname@example.org
Kiwanis Christmas Tree Sale
Three Christmas tree varietals are available, including Fraser Firs, Douglas Firs and Colorado Blue Spruces. Tree sizes rang from 6-10 feet tall. Prices range from $40-100, depending on size and type. Cash or check is accepted-no credit cards. Delivery is available for a donation.
Tree sale dates are through Saturday, December 13, or until sold out.
Tree Sale Hours are:
* Fridays, 4–8 p.m.
* Saturdays and Sundays, 11 a.m.–8 p.m.
If you have questions regarding the Christmas tree sale, please contact Kiwanian Rhonda Schneider at (440) 225-6358 or email email@example.com.
Funds generated by the annual Christmas tree sale and other Bay Village Kiwanis Club events help support projects like: Normandy School Playground, Rachel’s Challenge, Reese Park renovations, The Village Project, BAYarts, educational grants through the Bay Village Education Foundation and many more.
Village Project In Cooperation with Bay Village Early Childhood PTA Presents Santa Rings
Wouldn’t it be great to have your child spend a few minutes with Santa in the comfort of your own home?
Dates for Bay Village, Rocky River and Avon Lake areDecember 9, 10, 11 and 16, 18 from 6pm – 8:30pm(Schedule permitting)
For all the details and to register, go to: www.ourvillageproject.com or call (440) 348-9401with your requested dates and we will get back to you with available times.
All proceeds go directly to Village Project which is dedicated to offering nourishing meals and extended service to our neighbors battling cancer.
Bay Rockets Holiday Boutique
Saturday, December 6th
From 9:30 a.m. – 3:30 p.m.
At Bay High School, 29230 Wolf Rd.
Over 40 fabulous artists and vendors!
Admission $3 includes a Chinese raffle ticket
FREE babysitting for children 3 – 9 years old.
BAY VILLAGE EARLY CHILDHOOD PTA
ANNUAL SANTA SHOP
Bay Village Early Childhood PTA will hold its annual Santa Shop on Saturday, December 6 from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at Bay United Methodist Church, located at 29931 Lake Road in Bay Village. Santa’s elves will help children find gifts for Mom, Dad, grandparents, siblings, teachers and even pets. All items are priced under $5 and will be gift wrapped and tagged – finished and ready for the holidays! While the little ones are shopping, parents can enjoy a cup of coffee and tempting treats from Santa’s Sweet Shop.
Bay Village Early Childhood PTA is a dynamic group of parents with children ages’ birth to six years old. BVECPTA provides friendships for parents and children and offers activities, special events, playgroups, community service projects and more. For more information, please visit the newly redesigned website atwww.bvecpta.org or email bvecptamembership@gmail
Light up Bay Village for the Holiday Season
Sunday, December 7 from 1:30 – 3:30 p.m.
At the Cahoon Park Gazebo and Community House, 303 Cahoon Rd.
The Bay Village Historical Society and the Bay Village Kiwanis are asking
Bay residents to join them in celebrating an old-fashioned community Christmas on Sunday, Dec. 7, 1:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.
A kickoff to the holiday season, the event will include Santa touring Bay Village in a City fire truck. A special presentation of “The Night Before Christmas” at the decorated Rose Hill Museum, caroling and crafts for kids in the Bay Village Community House, popcorn and cider, the Kiwanis Christmas tree sale, a visit by Santa Claus and the lighting of the community tree in the Cahoon Park gazebo at 3:15 p.m. Residents can help to “Light up Bay Village” by placing luminaries in their yards that evening.
Other Bay Village community groups are invited to participate by decorating
a holiday tree, to be displayed in the park. Tables in the Community House are available for the sale of Christmas ornaments and merchandise. Any civic or school groups interested in taking part in the festivities or selling holiday merchandise should contact Cynthia Eakin firstname.lastname@example.org or 216-213-0312, or Rhonda Schneider at email@example.com or 216-225-6538.
Click here for a flyer showing Santa’s route.
Bethesda’s Annual Holiday Fair 2014
Sunday, December 7, 2014
From 9:30 a.m – 2 p.m.
Located in the Fellowship Hall
Come support local artists and self-employed consultants. Join us for breakfast and lunch! Delicious bake goods and hot chili in our Bethesda Cafe!!
PLUS! Live music! Talented singers, pianists, and a flutist!
Make your way on over to the fellowship hall and enjoy the holiday surroundings.
Please invite your friends and family…All are welcome to join us!
Bethesda on the Bay Lutheran Church, 28607 Wolf Road
Green Cleaning Workshop – For Inside and Out
Wednesday, December 10th from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m.
Sign up for the upcoming Green Cleaning Workshop that is scheduled for Wednesday, December 10, from 6:30-8 PM at the Lake Erie Nature and Science Center, 28728 Wolf Rd. The workshop is free!! For $10, attendees can make two green cleaners to take home to use at their house. Registration is required–Contact Amy Roskilly at216/524-6580, ext. 22 or firstname.lastname@example.org. For more information see the attached flyer.
Bay Recreation Dept. Presents
Holiday Fun Day with Santa
Saturday, December 13th
From 10 a.m. – 12 noon In the Community Gym (west entrance doors) at Bay Middle School, 27725 Wolf Rd.
Visit with Santa, enjoy cookie decorating & other fun crafts!
Free. For residents only.
Community Band Yuletide Concert
Wednesday, December 17th at 7:30 p.m.
Come and enjoy the songs of the Christmas season! This year’s concert will feature the classics as well as our annual audience sing-a-long.
At Bay Middle School, 27725 Wolf Rd.
Admission – FREE
Bay Village Community Services
HOLIDAY CARING AND SHARING AND
ADOPT A FAMILY PROGRAMS
The Bay Village Community Services Department has kicked off its annual Holiday Caring and Sharing and Adopt A Family programs, which help support Bay Village residents who are having financial difficulty during the holiday season.
Bay residents who would like to contribute to the Holiday Caring and Sharing program may make donations of:
- Non-perishable food items
- Paper products
- Cleaning supplies
- Personal care items
- Cash donations (for emergency assistance)
- Gift Cards
Individuals, families and organizations may also participate in the Adopt a Family program by buying gifts for an assigned family. Each family that applies completes a wish list for each member of the family to help guide the adopters.
Donations may be dropped off by December 10th at the Dwyer Senior Center, located at 300 Bryson Lane in Bay Village. For any questions, or to adopt a family, please call the Community Services Department at 440-899-3409.
Home Town Themed Gifts Available
The Bay Village Women’s Club has several choices of Bay Village themed gifts available including a 100% cotton afghan in 3 color combinations which depict historical landmarks for $45.00. Bay Traditions II Cookbook opens with a brief history of Bay Village and its sections are separated with illustrations of historical homes with their addresses for history buffs. The recipes include those of past noted residents as well current club members. It is available at Fragapane Bakery for $12.00. A 2-deck set of Bay playing cards are sold for $10.00 at the Dwyer Senior Center, 300 Bryson Lane. Also $10.00 each are wooden 2 dimensional wooden replicas of local landmarks. For information and purchase call 440-871-3075 or 440-334-7539.