Welcome Spring. See what’s going on in Lomond. In this issue:
- Neighborhood Clean-Up Day, this Saturday
- Help build the Lomond Memorial Day float
- Laps for Lomond
- Photos of Lomond in bloom and Dinner with Harriet
- And more…Click the link to read on!
It’s Spring and there’s so much going on in Lomond and the City! In this issue:
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Thanks to so many of you who’ve volunteered to be Greeters for new Lomond residents. We’re in the process of putting together our materials now, and we’ll be in touch soon to get started greeting all the new folks arriving this Spring and Summer.
We hope to welcome every new Lomond resident, neighbor to neighbor, with a beautiful packet about Shaker Heights and the Lomond neighborhood, with tips, events, and so forth. Greeters add the personal touch with a visit to deliver the packet.
More volunteers welcome! We’re hoping for one Greeter per block, so each person will make one or two visits a year. To join us or find out more — email Lynn Lilly at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 216-702-5167.
There was a chill in the air on March 24th, but plenty of excitement kept everyone at Gridley Triangle Park warm for the Sprint Egg Hunt. The Bunny was the official starter for the event and scores of little Lomonders dashed to gather up some of the 2000 eggs scattered across the park. The Shaker Fire Department made an appearance, the Bunny sat for portraits with smiling kids, and everyone enjoyed cocoa from Juma and other goodies.
Hats off to Leah Nowak, Allison Barnard and Melissa Kalan — Lomond and Sussex neighbors who put this all together. The Lomond Association is proud to support this annual event with funds provided by your membership dues.
There was a great crowd for the Lomond Association’s newest event – a private glassmaking workshop at Larchmere Fire Works, near Shaker Square. Neighbors enjoyed glassblowing and glass fusing and took home their handmade artwork at this fun make-and-take. All at special reduced prices, too! Thanks to Michelle Jones and Wynn Shafer for putting it all together.
Ever wanted to try your hand at glassmaking? This new Lomond Association event is your chance. Join neighbors at this special reduced-price glassblowing and glass fusing workshop for Lomond adult residents only. Join us at Larchmere Fire Works studio — and take home your creation. Just 24 spaces, so reserve now by calling Fire Works at 216-246-4716. Questions about the class? Call the studio or email email@example.com
Special reduced prices
$20 (reg $25)- Suncatcher or necklace pendant glass fusing project
$30 (reg $40)- Suncatcher glassblowing project
Do both projects for $40 (pre-pay only)
No walk-ins. Only people with tickets allowed, no exceptions. (Sorry — no room in the studio for observers.)
12406 Larchmere Blvd, Cleveland, OH 44120
You don’t have to be a member of the Lomond Association to attend…but remember, your $15 dues help fund the Egg Hunt, Ice Cream Social, Coffee & Cops, Movie Night, Wine Social, Lomond flower baskets and more. Visit lomondassociation.org.
What a great night! 75+ people gathered at the Lomond Association Wine Social on Friday, 10/27 at The Dealership. Cheers to seeing friends, meeting new ones and creating the spark for greater community engagement. Starting with about $300 raised for Lomond School from the silent auction and gift basket raffle!
As the photos show, many of our city councilpersons, school board members and candidates for office showed their commitment to Lomond by joining us, as did Fire Chief Patrick Sweeney and Police Commander Mike Rowe.
Special thanks go to Vito Federici of Slice of Life Catering and Melanie Pinkney of Take a Quick Break Catering for donating amazing silent auction items. And John Thayer of Acoustic Therapy Inc. for his great music.
And, to Melissa Kalan, mastermind of the event, and the many others who gave of their time, talent and donations, thank you. We couldn’t have done it without you. Cheers!
It was a perfect day for chilling with neighbors at the Lomond Ice Cream Social – 74 and sunny. Gridley Triangle Park was filled with activities and laughter as about 150 people of all ages enjoyed ice cream with all the toppings, popsicles, face painting, games, and each other. 38 folks got their bike license for free. Current and hopeful city council members, school board members and municipal judges came by to share their views and hear ours. (Lomond votes!) And, as always, a visit by the firetruck was a big hit. Check out all the photos in the Photo Gallery.
Thanks to so many volunteers who scooped, face painted, registered bikes, made signs, loaned games and so much more. As the Lomond Association motto says: Neighbors Peaced Together.
Thanks to Leah Nowak, Melissa Kalan and their volunteer team, about 150 kids, parents, grandparents and more than a few dogs made made their way from Gridley Triangle to Sussex — escorted by the Shaker Heights Police Department. Bikes, big wheels, wagons and strollers — decked out for the day — created a red, white and blue celebration. The Snow Cone Truck was a big hit with the peddlers (and audience). Sussex playgrounds and kids’ games kept the party going till noon. Check out the photo gallery.
Friday, August 25, Lomond School
New this year! The Shaker Heights Arts Council will have activities and performers in the afternoon. Then, as always, we’ll show a family movie(TBD) on the baseball field at dark. In between, there’ll be pizza for sale. More details to come! Wanna help? Let us know!