Saturday, February 9 from 10:30 am – 12 pm, Ages 5 & up, Fee $28.00 at the Bay Lodge, 492 Bradley Rd.
Bay Village Women’s Club Meeting: Adventures with Road Scholar (Elderhostel)
Thursday Feb. 14, 2019 @ 12:30 p.m., Bay Village Library, 502 Cahoon Rd. Traveler Jerry Polizzi will describe the opportunities to travel, learn and discover, in the US and abroad. Hear about the adventures this program of 40+ years can offer you. Sponsored by The Bay Village Women’s Club. Free admission and open to all.
Saturday, February 16
Registration and Packet Pick-Up: 7:30 am; 5K & 1 Mile: 9: am; 5K (Chip Timed) & 1 Mile, Course Map
REGISTRATION: Online registration will close Friday, February 15th at 9:00 AM.
If you are mailing in your form, please make checks payable to “Hermes Sports and Events.” Must be received by Wednesday, February 13th
Mail to: Hermes Sports and Events, 2425 W. 11th St. Suite 2, Cleveland, Ohio 44113
FEES: Pre-Registration: 5K Adult – $25; All Students (K-12) – $20; Spectator Breakfast – $5; Race Day Registration: 5K – $30; All Students (K-12) – $25; Spectator Breakfast – $5
PACKET PICKUP: Bay High School (main gym) Entrance behind school near baseball field. Friday, February 15, 3-7 pm
AWARDS: Top overall male and female finisher and top 3 male and female in the following age groups: 5K: 14 & Under, 15 -19, 20-24, 25-29, 30-34, 35-39, 40-44, 45-49, 50-54, 55-59, 60-64, 65-69 and 70 and Over.
WHAT YOU GET: Pancake breakfast; Post race food and drinks; Awards to top finishers; B-Tag timing results; NEW! Knit Cap with logo!
For more information or to register go to hermescleveland.com
February 25, 7 p.m. Bay Village Police Department Community Room
- Please join us for an evening presentation for parents hosted by Bay Village Schools and Detective Kevin Krolkosky of the Bay Village Police Department
Parents attending will learn:
- How to respond as a parent and control/provide boundaries for internet usage
- Recent research exploring the link between mental health concerns and screen usage
- Current trends on the types of social media being used by children
- The impact and consequences that technology is having on school age students
When it comes to discussing social media, it’s important that adults and kids speak the same language. What grown-ups think of as “cyberbullying” might be explained away by kids as “digital drama”, but it’s not trivial. Digital drama brews in the offline world and simmers
online when kids feel emboldened to say or do things that they wouldn’t face-to-face. Checking in with kids and observing them as they interact with technology can ensure your conversations are productive and helpful. (CommonSenseMedia)
STATE OF THE CITY ADDRESS By Mayor Paul Koomar
Wednesday February 27 at 11 a.m.
Come hear from Mayor Koomar as he will summarize the financial standing of the city, as well as highlight major projects and progress of each of the City’s departments. There will also be time to answer any questions that you may have. It is wonderful opportunity to hear first-hand what is going on in Bay Village. RSVP 835-6565