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Great Lakes Beach Glass and Coastal Art Festival

Shop more than 80 coastal artists from across the United States and Canada. Plus, enjoy:…

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Progressive Catawba Island Boat Show 2019

Kick off the 2019 boating season and try out the newest models at the in-water…

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Barbie Rod Steelhead Derby 2019

Steelhead fisherman give back to the Cleveland Metroparks Fishing Fund by raising money through this…

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National Museum of the Great Lakes

The National Museum of the Great Lakes in Toledo tells the story of the Great…

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Fairport Harbor Marine Museum & Lighthouse

Fairport Harbor Marine Museum & Lighthouse, a National Historic Place, consists of a marine museum…

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Perry’s Victory & International Peace Memorial

Perry’s Victory and International Peace Memorial is a 52-foot Doric column built in 1915 to…

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Cuyahoga River is clean enough that the fish are safe enough to eat

By Laura Johnston | March 18, 2019

The Ohio EPA has declared fish in the Cuyahoga River as safe as those in offshore Lake Erie. That’s the third impairment lifted from the Great Lakes Area of Concern covering the river, 21 creeks and 10 miles of Lake Erie shoreline since 2017. Read the good news on cleveland.com/rock-the-lake.

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Land bridge could link Cleveland Mall to Lake Erie

By Laura Johnston | March 18, 2019

Imagine green space stretching from Public Square, all the way to Lake Erie. Under a proposal by the Green Ribbon Coalition, a 5.5-acre land bridge would extend the Mall over the train tracks and Shoreway, giving Clevelanders access to the lake. There’s even an all-weather walkway included. Check out the full story on cleveland.com/rock-the-lake.

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Port Clinton fish fests named among nation’s best

By Laura Johnston | March 15, 2019

Only in Port Clinton does a giant fiberglass walleye fall from the sky to welcome a new year. Which is why the Lake Erie city was named to Fishingbooker.com’s best fishing festivals list. The Walleye Festival over Memorial Day weekend also contributed to Port Clinton’s spot among seven festivals across the United States. See the…

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29 cruise ships docking in Cleveland in 2019

By Laura Johnston | March 14, 2019

They start arriving in May, big Victory cruise ships with nearly 200 passengers disembarking in Cleveland. This year, 29 cruise ships are scheduled to dock at the Port of Cleveland between May and October. That’s up from nine in 2017 and 19 last year. See the full story at cleveland.com/rock-the-lake.

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See the 6 Erie Series paddle races for 2019

By Laura Johnston | March 13, 2019

On your mark, get set, race! Nalu Stand-up Paddle & Surf is organizing six SUP races this summer, all with a family-friendly festival vibe. Most of the events include canoes and kayaks. So mark your calendars! See the full story at cleveland.com/rock-the-lake.

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