Bay Village Community Events

Bay Village Women’s Club – India – A Lifestyles Visit

On Thursday, Nov. 9 at 12:30 p.m. the Bay Village Women’s Club will host the program “India – A Lifestyles Visit” at the Bay Village Library, 502 Cahoon Rd. Visit India through a picture slide show. Narrator Nancy Trainer will describe her month-long stay, showing middle class life versus the poor, shopping, driving, animals, and tourist sights less-frequented by Westerners. Free and open to the public.

BVECPTA Holiday Homes Tour

Saturday, November 11 tour 6 of the most charming and unique homes in Bay Village, decorated for the holidays by local designers and florists. Featuring musicians and culinary treats in each home. TICKETS: Online tickets available for $20. Tickets also available at Mojo’s for $20. Tickets may also be bought day of at the Community House for $25.

11 a.m. Check-in at Community House, 303 Cahoon Road, Bay Village

11:30 a.m. – 4 p.m. Self-Guided Home Tour

For more information visit www.bayhomestour.com. The BVECPTA proudly donates 100% of the Homes Tours profits to Bay organizations that provide enrichment to young children. A few of this year’s recipients include: Bay Co-Op, Bethesda, Glenview, Bay Pres, Kiddie Kollege, Little Learners, Bay Library, and Bay Rec. Dept.

Barnes & Noble Book fair for the Cooperative Preschool of Bay Village

Save the date on Saturday, November 11 for a day of fun at Barnes & Noble at Crocker Park to benefit our wonderful preschool! Starting at 9 a.m., Barnes & Noble will be hosting the Cooperative Preschool of Bay Village for a book fair! There will be story times at 11 a.m. & 6:30 p.m. Mention the book fair at checkout and a percentage of sales will go to the Co-op Preschool. Can’t attend our book fair? Visit BN.COM/bookfairs to support the preschool online from 11/11/17 – 11/15/17 by entering Book Fair ID 12214649 at checkout. Please encourage friends and family to participate.

Bay Village Community Band Fundraiser – Big Band Bash

The Bay Village Community Band will be holding our second annual Big Band Bash, a benefit concert for the Bay Village Community Band! This exciting evening will feature the Village Jazz Orchestra (the BVCB’s newest ensemble) and be filled with the sounds of Big Band, Swing and Jazz. Dinner and other entertainment will be included with each ticket. ***All proceeds go to the Bay Village Community Band***

Performance Information: Saturday, November 11, 2017 from 5:30 – 8 p.m., Bay Middle School Features: Village Jazz Orchestra (BVCB Ensemble). Ticket: $20*. To purchase tickets visit bvcb.org/bigbandbash or at each performance. Cash, Credit, Debit and Check accepted. Note: Dinner and other entertainment included with each ticket.

St. Raphael Parish Pancake Breakfast

On Sunday, November 12, St. Raphael Parish will host a pancake breakfast, in the Parish Activity Center from 8 a.m. – noon. St. Ignatius Circus Company will perform from 11 a.m. – noon.

DATE CHANGE – Senior Produce Market!

The monthly market, held at the Knickerbocker Apartment building will be on Tuesday, November 14 from 10:30 a.m. to 12 p.m. A driver’s license or state ID is all that is required to register. If you have questions, call Leslie at 899-3409.

Bay Village Historical Society Meeting and Potluck Dinner: Take an Adventure Ride Through Cleveland’s Calamities

Thursday, November 16 starting at 6 p.m. at the Community House, 303 Cahoon Rd. take an adventure ride through, “Cleveland Calamities: A History of Storm, Fire and Pestilence,” as author Alan F. Dutka addresses the Bay Village Historical Society.

Dutka will relate talks of Cleveland’s greatest blizzards, most destructive tornadoes, nastiest storms and worst floods. Learn about a pseudo tidal wave that pounded the Lake Eerie Shore from Bay Village to the Pennsylvania border, and the phantom ice age that caused scientists to predict that glaciers would soon return to Northeast Ohio. Hear about a river that burned, mayflies that swarmed downtown by the millions, credible UFO sightings and a June blizzard that raged in the city. Dutka will explore the intriguing stories of the famous and lesser-known Cleveland area disasters.

The 7 p.m. program at the Bay Village Community House is preceded by a 6 p.m. social and 6:30 p.m. potluck dinner. Admission is free for members and open to the public. The Bay Village Historical Society will provide the main course of chicken Marsala. Attendees with last names beginning with letters A through L should bring an appetizer or dessert for 10 to share. Guests with last names beginning with letters M through Z should bring a side dish. All in attendance should bring their own place setting. Seating is limited. Phone Steve Ruscher at 216-346-5645 or email steveruscher884@gmail.com to RSVP. If you are not a member of the Bay Village Historical Society, a $5 donation is appreciated. Membership is encouraged and the annual fee is only $20.

Care for Aids Hunger Project

The Care for Aids Hunger Project will be held November 18 at Bay High School, 29230 Wolf Rd. Volunteers are needed to package packets such as rice, beans and lentils. Trucks run by Feeding Children Everywhere, a partner organization, will ship the pallets to Kenya. Those interested in volunteering should register by November 17 at: www.feedingchildreneverywhere.com/events/careforaidsbaypresbyterian/

Volunteers will be assigned to one or both (if preferred) of two shifts: Noon – 1:30 pm and 1:30 – 3 pm. All ages are invited to help, though no childcare will be provided.

Bay Village PTA Council 30th Annual Scholarship Auction ~ Night at the Races 2017

The Bay Village PTA Council’s 30th Annual Scholarship Auction ~ Night at the Races will be on Saturday, November 18 at 6 p.m. at the Copper Cup, just over the railroad tracks on Dover Center Rd. in Westlake.

For the past 30 years, the BHS PTA has awarded college scholarships to each graduating class, all thanks to the donations from our generous community. The Night at the Races is always a fun event with a 50/50 raffle, sideboard raffles, live and silent auction items, and of course the exciting horse races running that night.

The final horse race of the evening is a Bay Village PTA original. Anyone (or group) can buy and name a designated horse to compete in the last race, which is narrated play-by-play by the auctioneer. The winning horse owner gets half of the purse from that race! Please come be a part of this terrific event!

Be a corporate race sponsor: $250 – Your company’s logo (or family name) will be featured in our evening’s program and the company name will be announced during the race that you sponsor

Buy a horse: $25 – You get naming rights and your name will be listed in our program, alongside your horse

Donate and item/basket for the silent auction (be creative! Goods & services are welcome, but we would also love donations of other activities or special events).

Attend the party and bet on a horse! The cost of tickets includes heavy appetizers, draft beer and wine. Tickets are $45 each.

Any donation, no matter how small or large, would be greatly appreciated and is tax deductible, as the Bay Village PTA Council is a non-profit organization (checks payable to Bay Village PTA). You will receive a note of thanks with their Tax ID number for tax purposes.

Please contact the Bay Village PTA Council if you have any questions or would prefer to have your donation picked up. Thank you for supporting our Bay High Class of 2018!!

Visit www.eventbrite.com/e/30th-annual-pta-scholarship-auction-a-night-at-the-races-tickets-37808864331 to purchase tickets or for more information about the event or contact Bay Village Council of PTA’s Scholarship Auction Co-Chairs: Barb Cashmere – bcashmere@gmail.com, (216) 308-9234 and Eileen McShea-Baeppler – Eileenbaeppler@gmail.com (440) 477-8869.

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