The pool opens Saturday, June 1 at 10:30 am – 9:00 pm. June 3 and 4 the pool will be open from 3:00 – 7:00 pm with a senior swim on Monday, June 3 from 1:00 – 3:00 pm.
Regular hours begin Wed., June 5: Monday – Friday, 12:00 – 9:00 pm; Saturday, 10:30 am – 9:00 pm; Sunday, Closed.
Toddler Area: Monday – Friday, 10:00 am – 9:00 pm; Saturday. 10:30 am – 9:00 pm
Adult Lap Swim: 3 lanes always available during pool hours. Available at the top of each hour for 15 minutes during open swim. Special Times: June 15 – August 17, Tuesdays & Thursdays, 6:00 – 6:50 am & Saturdays, 8:00 – 8:50 am
Water Aerobics: Saturdays, June 15-August 17 – 9:00 am – 9:50 am
Food Truck Friday – May-June Trucks
Trucks will be parked adjacent to City Hall each Friday from 11:30 am – 2 pm.
- May 31 – Swensons& Sweet! The Mobile Cupcakery
- June 7 – Firetruck Pizza Company & Cleveland Cookie Dough
- June 14 – The Little Piggy & Hatfield’s Sweet Tooth
- June 21 – Nelly Belly & Sweet! the Mobile Cupcakery
- June 28 – SuperHero & the Little Penguin
We’ll have picnic tables set up so you can enjoy your lunch here, or take it to go! Join us and get your summer off to a tasty start! Click here for full Food Truck schedule.
Sunday, June 2, 7 pm at the Gazebo in Cahoon Park
FREE PERFORMANCE. We’re featuring selections from the biggest Blockbuster movies! Bring your lawn chairs, blankets and enjoy an evening of movie music!
Tuesday, June 4 from 10:30 am – 12 pm at the Dwyer Center. Bring your own bag.
Village Project – Cooking Class: Anti-inflammatory Diet
There are several popular diets like Paleo, the Mediterranean Diet, and the Ketogenic Diet that claim to reduce inflammation. Which diets are the best and have the science to prove that they reduce inflammation and support overall health? This cooking class will teach you about the role of inflammation in chronic disease, the best nutrition strategies to reduce inflammation, and lifestyle habits that can reduce chronic inflammation. You also will learn how to make quick, easy, and delicious meals and snacks that include anti-inflammatory foods and nutrients. Class costs $50 (free to current and former Village Project clients) and includes hands-on time in the kitchen followed by discussion and time to enjoy your meal in our dining room. Go to www.ourvillageproject.com to register, or call (440) 348-9401, 27838 W. Oviatt Rd.
Lake Erie Nature & Science Center: Family Camp-out Night
Fee: $125/family (dinner and light breakfast included). For all ages
Want to try camping with your little ones, but don’t know where to start? Already a casual camping family looking for a reason to break out the old tent? Join us for our annual camp-out including dinner, a live animal visit, evening forest hike, fireside snacks and breakfast next morning. You’ll also enjoy our “Planetarium in your PJs!”
Please bring your tent and sleeping gear. A detailed letter of activities and items to bring will be sent upon registration. In case of thunderstorms, all activities (including sleeping) will take place inside the Center.
Sunday, June 9 at 2 pm
The Bay Village Historical Society will hold its first summer porch talk of 2019 on June 9, 2 p.m. at the Osborn Learning Center in Cahoon Park.
Moses Cleaveland is the topic of the summer’s first porch talk: Mary Louise Daley, history advocate, wife of the director of the Soldiers and Sailors Monument a administrator for the Cleveland councilman for the Collinwood District, will talk about Moses Cleaveland. Founder of the city of Cleveland, Moses Cleaveland was a lawyer from Canterbury, CT, a general under George Washington during the American Revolution and a surveyor for the Western Reserve Land Company. Admission to the porch talk is free. Attendees are asked to bring their own lawn chair. Visit www.bayhistorical.com for details.
June 13 – September 12, Thursdays from 5 – 8 pm on the BAYarts Campus
Friday, June 14, Sweetbriar Golf Course
18 holes, cart, lunch, appetizers, steak dinner, dessert, beer, soft drinks and fabulous prizes! Proceeds benefitting: the Bay Alumni Foundation; Bay Village Education Foundation and Bay Rockets Athletic Boosters. Register today! www.tribaygolf.com
Friday, June 14, 11 am at the Dwyer Center
Terry McHugh plays the tunes and you have a blast! Name that tune – win a prize! Get 5 in a row on your Bingo card – win a prize! Bring your friends and prepare to have fun! Light refreshments will be provided by Harbor Ct. RSVP 835-6565
Saturday, June 15
Lake Erie Nature & Science Center Planetarium Programs
Click on the links above for more information
From 9 am – 4 pm
The 50th annual “Cahoon in June” fine crafts, antiques and collectibles show takes place on June 15, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., in Cahoon Memorial Park.
Once again, the event is part of “Destination Bay.” BAYarts holds its annual Art and Music Festival that day. The Village Project has scheduled its “Project Pedal” fundraiser for June 15. The Lake Erie Nature and Science Center is featuring special planetarium programs. Transportation runs between venues.
In addition to our many crafts and antiques vendors, “Cahoon in June” will feature a display of antique cars and boats and live musical entertainment throughout the day. Food concessions include Carhops Mobile Diner, Island Delights, Dolci d’Italia, Pap’s Kettle Korn and Nothing Bundt Cakes. Rose Hill Museum, the Osborn Learning Center and the Cahoon Cabin will be open. Admission is free. Join the guided History Walk at 10:30 a.m. to learn about the history of Bay Village.
Vendors are still being accepted. Community groups are invited to participate with a table for their organization free of charge. Call Cynthia Eakin at 216-213-0312. Proceeds from “Cahoon in June” support Rose Hill Museum, the Osborn Learning Center and the society’s student scholarships.
From 8:30 am-1:00 pm
Project Pedal is a charitable bike ride that brings people together as individuals and teams to share an unforgettable experience with friends, family and co-workers, while raising funds for Village Project. There are many ways to participate: register to ride, form a fundraising team, sponsor the event or a rider, compete for prizes or simply attend and enjoy some family fun! Riders choose from six different scenic cycling routes; Routes begin at Cahoon Memorial Park in Bay Village and end at the Bay Village Police Station. Visit the website for full details.
From 10 am – 4 pm
Over 70 vendors will participate this year with local handmade items, local food, wellness, kids art and of course, beautiful music. With Rey Cintron’s Rice and Beans band. Rain or Shine! Free admission and parking. Dogs on leash welcome.
Saturday, June 8 at the Westlake High School Track and Field.
Bay Village Logo Wear CLOSEOUT SALE!!!
The Bay Village logo wear closeout sale is coming to an end. With less than a dozen and a half items remaining, (mainly larger sizes and a couple of small ladies T’s) this is your last chance to purchase a quality t-shirt at cost. They make great gifts!
Available at Bay Village City Hall, Monday – Friday from 8:30 am – 4:30 pm. Cash or check only please.