Westlake

“Homeless Jesus” Now Placed at Rocky River United Methodist Church

“Homeless Jesus” Sculpture finds latest home at Rocky River United Methodist Church. A life size sculpture titled “Homeless Jesus” has traveled to Rocky River United Methodist Church. Created by Canadian sculptor Timothy Schmalz, it depicts Jesus as a homeless person lying on a bench, shrouded in a blanket with wounds on the feet. This symbolic work of art is one ... Read More »

Las Vegas’ Number One Impersonators Come to Westlake

Remember all the wonderful Variety shows we all grew up on in the 70’s & 80’s? Now is your chance to see them live and re-created by Las Vegas’ number one impersonators of all time. All your favorite legendary Superstars come alive in An Evening with The Stars. The NBC Today show says “it’s one of the most extraordinary shows ... Read More »

Cahoon Nursery: Fall Items Now In

Fall items are available at Cahoon Nursery: pumpkins, gourds, firewood, straw bales, mini straw bales, corn stalks, mums & asters. Cahoon Nursery & Garden Center, 27630 Detroit Rd., Westlake, 440-871-3761, www.CahoonNursery.com Please follow and like us: Read More »

Westlake Fall Fest 2019

This annual fun-filled family festival was on Saturday, October 12 at the Westlake Recreation Center for children ages 9 and younger. The day included a pumpkin hunt, face painting, hay rides, inflatables, refreshments, food trucks, and much more. It’s always a FREE community event. It even included things like Euclid Beach Rocket Car rides, Hay Rides and Bounce Houses inside ... Read More »

Westlake Rec Center Fall Events

The Haunted Treat Trail Friday, November 1 from 7 – 8:30 p.m. Recreation Center Grounds, 28955 Hilliard Blvd. It’s time to walk the Trick-or-Treat Trail! Kids ages 8 and younger can come out and enjoy the annual walk through the Haunted Trail. Special areas around the outside of the Recreation Center will be decorated for the Halloween season. There will ... Read More »

Westlake Issue 71 Will Maintain Community’s Infrastructure

Issue No. 71 has been approved by Westlake City Council to be placed on the November 5th ballot. It calls for the renewal of the 3/8th of 1 percent income tax, which is exclusively used for the construction, repairs, and improvement of roads and highways, storm sewers, water retention basins, and water lines. This “Infrastructure Tax” has been in effect ... Read More »

City of Westlake Breaks Ground for New Community Center

The City of Westlake has officially broken ground for its newest community improvement project – the Westlake Community Center. The ground breaking ceremony took place on Tuesday, October 15 at the Westlake Recreation Center Grounds and the soon-to-be home of the new Community Center. “The Recreation Center Grounds draw thousands of residents and community members for sporting and leisurely activities ... Read More »

UH St. John Hosts First-Ever Wound Care Fair

University Hospitals St. John Medical Center hosted its first-ever Wound Care Fair on Wed. October 16. “This was the first annual wound fair,” reports Nurse Kelsey Conn. The Fair was presented by the hospital Skin Committee team. “The skin committee provides education to the nursing staff. We wanted to do something fun for the staff to enjoy. We thought it ... Read More »

Westlake Welcomes 5 in 2019 Alumni Hall of Fame Class

The Westlake Alumni Association inducted 5 new members to the Westlake Alumni Hall of Fame on Thursday October 17th at Wagners of Westlake. The event was a sit-down dinner followed by a wonderful ceremony filled with great stories of Westlake. The Class of 2019 includes: Athletic Hall of Fame inductees- Kevin Houser ’96 and Molly Bartkiewicz Mulcahy ‘06, Distinguished Hall ... Read More »

Munchkin Gathering at “Garden of Oz”

Bring your friends and family to a safe “Trick or Treating” event 2 – 2:30 p.m. down the yellow brick road at Gardens at Westlake, 27569 Detroit Road. The theme will be the “Garden of Oz”. The Munchkin Gathering will take place on Sat., Oct. 26, 2 to 4 p.m. There will be a children’s coloring contest and a resident ... Read More »