Due to the Labor Day holiday, trash collection will be delayed one day. Trash will be picked up on Wednesday, September 6th.
Last 2 dates….Friday, Sept. 8 – The Little Piggy • Friday, Sept. 15 – Betty’s Bomb Ass Burgers. From 11:30 a.m. – 2:00 p.m. Trucks will be parked on the west side of City Hall, 350 Dover Center Rd. Parking and picnic tables available. Stop by for lunch or a snack!
The Bay Soccer club presents – Food Truck Fest 2017. We will have food trucks at Bay High School, 29230 Wolf Rd. From 4:00 pm – 8:00 pm on Saturday Sept. 2nd. The community is invited to come and enjoy some delicious food! Here are the trucks: The Proper Pig • Manna • Boca Loca • Nelly Belly • Krav • 216 Bistro • Sweets – The Mobile Cupcakery. Questions??? Call Allison Pohlkamp at 899-1721.
Thursdays in September from 4 – 7 pm. Local food, artisans, garden needs, home decor, demo’s. Free to attend, dog-friendly. Vendors contact email@example.com. Join BAYarts Farm + Art Market on Facebook for complete list of vendors, special offers and weekly updates.
Tuesday, September 5 from 10:30 a.m. – 12 noon. Seniors are welcome to come to the free monthly produce market at the Knickerbocker Apartments. A driver’s license or state ID is all that is required to register.
Saturday, September 9 Bay Middle, School, 27725 Wolf Rd. Early shopping for the public begins at 8:00 am ($5 admission), general shopping for the public from 9:00 am – 12 noon ($1 admission). Click here for resale form.
Bay Village Invites Kids to Touch-A-Truck
On Saturday, Sept. 9, from 12 noon to 3 p.m., kids of all ages are invited to visit the third annual Bay Village Touch-a-Truck event. Don’t miss the chance to climb in a fire truck, sit in the seat of a front-end loader, turn on the emergency lights of a police car, or pet a police horse! Parents will have the opportunity to ask questions of your community service providers and receive valuable safety information.
The free event will take place rain or shine at the combined safety campus of the Bay Village police and fire departments, 28000-28100 Wolf Road.
The Bay Village Police Department, Fire Department, and Service Department will be present. In addition, other public safety service providers and community services organizations will be in attendance. Residents and their children will have the opportunity to meet their police officers, firefighters/paramedics and service department employees and others while exploring the wide range of vehicles.
You can gather information on everything from bicycle safety and teen drivers to internet safety and social media awareness. The Bay Village Police Department Auxiliary Unit can get you signed up for the Ready Notify emergency alert system or the Do Not Knock Registry. You may bring in your household documents to be shredded, with donations going to support the Bay Village Police Auxiliary Unit.
Parking will be available in the lot on the south side of the police department, in Cahoon Park and at Bay Middle School.
We look forward to a successful event and seeing all our school kids at the third annual Touch-a-Truck event!
Saturday, September 9 from 12 noon – 3 pm. There will be a public Shredding Day along with the Touch-a-Truck event on Saturday September 9, 2017 from 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm and will set up in the parking lot off Cahoon Road adjacent to the soccer fields. What is allowable: Any office paper – any color, file folders – any color. No need to remove staples, paper clips, rubber bands. What is NOT allowable: Cardboard, plastics, common trash, hazardous materials, CD, DVD, magnetic media, X-Rays, computers and accessories. This will be a fund raising event for the Auxiliary Police Department.
Saturday, September 9 from 6:30 – 10:30 p.m. Local eateries and Libations, Bonfires, Wine Pull, and Silent Auction. Under the stars on BAYarts Cleveland Metroparks Campus. Music: Fireside – Prepare to dance! Honoree: Michael Gill – artist, advocate, writer, Executive Director and Co-Founder of CAN, Northeast Ohio’s Visual Arts Journal. Exclusive reception for Moondance sponsors beginning at 5:30 pm. Tickets on sale now at bayarts.net. This event always sells out! For tickets go to: http://www.bayarts.net/events/moondance.html. Sponsorship and group seating: mary@BAYarts.net. Silent Auction & Wine Pull: karen@BAYarts.net
Sunday, September 10th from 10:00 – 11:30 a.m., For grandparents and their grandchildren ages 0-7. Celebrate the beauty of Autumn! Join us for a special morning devoted to grandparents and their grandchildren. Meet some of the wonderful Center animals, then take Grandma & Grandpa to see a show in the Center’s planetarium. Fee: $7/person (children 1 and under are free). Free to members. Advance registration required at www.lensc.org. 28728 Wolf Rd.
Summer Series – Back To School at the Cahoon Park Gazebo, Sunday, September 10 from 4:30 – 7:30 pm
Our final Summer Series performance will feature selections you’d hear under the “Friday Night Lights”! Fight songs, marches, and popular tunes with a marching band feel will having you tapping your feet in no time! Bring lawn chairs.
ALSO…. Please join us at 4:30 for our “Audience Appreciation Cookout” along with an “Instrument Petting Zoo”. With the start of school in mind, you will be able to learn about many of the instruments played in the band, along with the possibility of even trying a few notes!
You will not want to miss this conclusion to our 2017 Summer Series! FREE PERFORMANCE
Bay Village Women’s Club
Thursday, Sept. 14 at 12:30 pm, A Drugless Approach to Health through Nutrition. Dr. Casen DeMaria will discuss foods we should eat to help our bodies, especially as we age. Learn about foods to avoid and better options for improving weight, energy, immunity and more. Sponsored by The Bay Village Women’s Club. Free and open to all. At the Bay Village Library, 502 Cahoon Rd.
Thursday September 21, 6:00 p.m. – Social, 6:30 p.m. – Potluck Dinner, 7:00 p.m. – Program. Bay Village Community House, 303 Cahoon Rd. Last name beginning with : A-L bring an appetizer or dessert for ten: M-Z bring a side dish for ten. Bring your own place setting. Main Course – Homestyle Stuffed Cabbage Rolls. Guest Speaker: Mr. Paul Landis
Program: “Eyewitness to a President’s Assassination”. Where were you on November 22, 1963? Paul Landis was in Dallas and today is one of only two surviving Secret Service agents who personally witnessed the assassination of President John F. Kennedy. A special agent from 1959 to 1964, his assignments included guarding former President Dwight Eisenhower’s grandchildren in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, Caroline and John Kennedy, Jr., the “Kiddie Detail”, and eventually guarding First Lady Jacqueline Kennedy. Mr. Landis’ talk will include comparisons of the Secret Service then and now, and his personal experiences and memories of the tragic events of more than half a century ago in Dallas. Mr. Landis’ story is simply amazing! You do not want to miss this insightful look at a monumental moment in American History. Please call for reservations as seating is limited. RSVP to Steve Ruscher at firstname.lastname@example.org or 216-346-5645.
Bay Village Logo Wear & Wine Glasses
New T-shirts are here! We have unisex long and short sleeve t-shirts, sweatshirts, and 3/4 sleeve styles for ladies. Canvas tote bags and car magnets are also available. Wine glasses (stemmed and stemless), with a frosted Bay Village sailboat logo, are back at $8 each, or 2 for $15! Click here to see the items currently available. All profits from the sales help fund the Bay Days Fireworks. Great gift idea for alumni & class reunions, friends and family. Christmas is just around the corner. Start your shopping now!