Bay Village

O’Neill Healthcare Lunch & Learn: Understanding Grief

Join O’Neill Healthcare Bay Village on Tuesday, Sept. 17 at 12:00 p.m. for a lunch and learn entitled Understanding Grief presented by Tom Pussel, Chaplain, O’Neill Healthcare Hospice. Complimentary lunch provided. Please RSVP to Kayleen Farley at 440-348-5424 by Sept. 13, 2019. 605 Bradley Road, front lobby. Please follow and like us: Read More »

Carrie Engelbrecht, Beloved Music Teacher, Mourned by Bay Schools

Westerly Elementary music teacher, Carrie Engelbrecht, passed away recently, leaving a legacy of music education that included learning about singing, playing instruments, performing in different venues and writing original music. Her students were third-and-fourth-graders, and Mrs. Engelbrecht’s expectations and guidance gave children a foundation suitable to take them in any musical direction in the future. She let them explore different ... Read More »

Freshwater Well in eSwatini to be Named Bay Village Well

Bay High Key Club sponsored a freshwater well in a small African country with $12,000 raised in the spring of 2019. The Thirst Project was a major success, and now the school has received the following letter regarding their donation: “If you are receiving this packet, that means that you have done what some said was impossible. You’ve spent hours, ... Read More »

Dr. Holly Schafer is Bay Schools Director of Human Resources

Dr. Holly Schafer will serve as Director of Human Resources, a new position in the Bay Village Schools. Schafer served as principal at Olmsted Falls High School since 2012. Prior to that she was an assistant principal at Brunswick High School and a social studies teacher at Lakewood High School. She holds an Ed.D. in Educational Leadership from Youngstown State ... Read More »

25 Years and Growing! The Bay Village Homecoming Parade

The Bay Village Homecoming Parade is a fantastic city event that starts from the intersection of Cahoon and Wolf Road and stretches all the way to the stadium at the high school. These days, it is typical to see the crowd four-to five deep in areas from Glenview to the stadium and packed for the rest of the route. Like ... Read More »

Indian Princesses & Indian Guides Fall Registration

Register Now for the Best Father & Son/Daughter Experience Around The West Shore Indian Princesses and Indian Guides are dedicated to fostering relationships between fathers & sons and fathers & daughters in a friendly, fun environment. Our activities require participation by both father and child, giving you opportunities to share experiences, learn, and grow together. This is not a program ... Read More »

State Farm Sponsors ‘Safe Decisions Week’ at Bay Schools

As a State Farm Agent locally here in Bay Village, Brad Larson’s passion is to protect his customers from the unexpected and help them to recover from the unexpected. “Today, there is nothing more important in my mind than talking about and educating drivers regarding the ramifications of Distracted Driving. Texting while driving, as well as other activities that distract drivers ... Read More »

Bay Village Garden Club Presents Rain Gardens

Join guest speaker Amy Roskilly, Education Program Manager, The Cuyahoga County Soil and Water Conservation District, on Monday, September 23 for the program Rain Gardens presented by the Bay Village Garden Club. Did you wish last June that you had plants that didn’t mind getting their feet “wet”? Rain gardens are attractive landscaped areas planted with perennial native plants which ... Read More »

League of Women Voters Hosts Candidates Meet and Greet Night

Bay Village Chapter of the League of Women Voters is sponsoring Candidates Meet and Greet Night at Bay Middle School, 27725 Wolf Road on Wednesday, October 2, at 7 p.m. Candidates for City Council and the School Board running for election on the November 5th ballot will be available for a one on one discussion with residents. Please follow and ... Read More »

Historical Society Program Will Honor Oliver Hazard Perry

The life and legacy of Oliver Hazard Perry, the hero of the Battle of Lake Erie, will be celebrated by the Bay Village Historical Society on Sept. 19. Two hundred years after his death, historian Mary Louise Jesek Daley will speak about why Perry became a hero and why the U.S. Navy still honors him so greatly. Perry was renowned ... Read More »