City of Bay Village Events

BayCollageSlugs and Bugs Live Comes to Bay Village March 10th!

Featuring Randall Goodgame from Nashville, TN

Friday, March 10, 6:30 p.m. (doors open at 6 p.m.), Bay Presbyterian Church, 25415 Lake Road,Bay Village • “Slugs and Bugs LIVE comes to Bay Village for a FREE children’s concert. Join us Friday, March 10, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. at Bay Presbyterian Church for a joy-filled musical experience featuring animated videos, energetic vocals, and exuberant piano, guitar and mandolin instrumentals! With multiple GMA Dove Award nominations for Children’s Album of the Year, Slugs and Bugs music rollicks from bluegrass to Dixieland to folk-pop to arena rock with songs you’ll be glad you remember long after the concert is over. Slugs and Bugs live has toured in 39 states and 10 countries. The concert is geared toward elementary school age children and their parents (grandparents too!)

RSVP at www.baypres.org/events/

Bay Village Community Police Academy Accepting Applications Until March 12

Chief Mark Spaetzel and the Bay Village Police Department are hosting a Community Police Academy beginning on March 16.

The 10-week program designed to give the public a working knowledge of the Bay Village Police Department. The program will be held for 10 consecutive Thursday nights starting on March 16 from 6:00 – 9:00 PM. Each session will cover separate areas of the Department’s operations.

The Academy is open to anyone 21 years of age and above. The participants will be required to complete an application and sign a waiver form. A background check will be conducted.

Click here for an application. Applications can also be obtained at the Police Department and City Hall. Applications are due no later than March 12. Class size is limited to 15 participants. If you have any questions or need more information, Contact Lt. Calvin Holliday at 440-899-3487 or cholliday@cityofbayillage.com.

Master Plan Meeting

Tuesday, March 14, 7 p.m. at the Dwyer Senior Center. This is the final meeting for public input. There will be a Town Hall meeting at the Dwyer Sr. Center on Monday, April 3 at 7:30 p.m. to present the completed Master Plan.

Special St. Patrick’s Day Cards, Games & Lunch

Friday March 17 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. • Join us for a wee bit of fun as we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day Party with Lunch, Cards & Games (this is in addition to the one on March 21). Enjoy some Irish music, wear your Kelly green, try your luck with cards and games and lunch on Irish Fare. Feel free to do a jig if the spirit moves you! Perhaps you will find a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow with Sheila Wayne from Gold & Silver Events who will be at the Dwyer center from 10AM – 1PM to purchase your unwanted Gold, Silver, Platinum, earrings, chains, watches, rings, class rings pocket watches, rings, charm bracelets, pocket watches, necklaces, pendants, outdated and broken items, coffee and tea service, flatware, dinnerware, candlesticks, accessories, coins nuggets and ingots for cash. Lunch sponsored by CarePatrol – Free – RSVP 835-6565. Limit 50.

Welcome Spring Luncheon

Friday, March 24 at 11:30 a.m. • Spring has officially arrived. Join us in a joyous Welcome Back party as we feast together on a delicious meal prepared by Chef Jim. Wear some cheerful Spring colors to help encourage the flowers to bloom! Listen to the musical duet “Bon Voyage” play a blend of Pop, Jazz, Latin Guitar and Broadway selections that will transport you on a journey limited only to your imagination. Sit back, relax and we’ll handle the travel arrangements! Lunch Sponsored by Sprenger Towne Center, Entertainment by Rose Senior Living – Free – RSVP 835-6565.

BAYarts Fun-raiser ~ Girl’s Night Out

Friday, March 24 from 7 – 11 p.m. • Libations, light bites and general silliness; grab your coworkers and girlfriends. In the Fuller House Gallery. $25 includes food, one drink, raffles. 21 & over. Click here for tickets. 28795 Lake Rd.

Bay Library – Food For Fines

Reduce your library fines up to $4.00 per visit during the month of March when you donate Super Six food items. You will get $1.00 off your fines for every food item donated, up to $4.00 per visit, per account. Cash donations will also be accepted during the entire Harvest for Hunger campaign. We will accept the Greater Cleveland Food Bank’s Super Six: Peanut Butter *Cereal *Canned Soup *Canned Vegetables *Canned Beef Stew *Canned Tuna Fish. Donations will be collected at the check-out desks in all CCPL branches during regular operating hours. Damaged and/or expired food items and food items in glass containers will not be accepted. All donations collected in CCPL branches will be delivered to the Cleveland Foodbank for distribution to food pantries, hot meal programs and shelters throughout the region.

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