Posts Tagged ‘bay village’

Great Lakes Exposition in Cleveland

Learn about the Great Lakes Exposition of 1936 and 1937, presented by the Cleveland Metroparks.  The Bay Village Historical Society quarterly potluck dinner begins with a social at 6 p.m., dinner at 6:30 p.m. and program at 7. Great Lakes Expo brought 7 million people to Lake Erie: Remember When Share:

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Lake Erie view from Bay Village’s Lakeside Cemetery

Lakeside Cemetery, on Lake Road in Bay Village, has to be one of the prettiest places to rest in peace.  The land was donated in 1814 by Reuben and Sarah Osborn, when Sarah’s sister, Rebecca Porter, drowned in the Rocky River.  See the cemetery and read the history of some of its inhabitants at cleveland.com/rock-the-lake.…

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Lake Road House of the Week

This $950,000 Bay Village home offers two-story windows overlooking Lake Erie. The house on Lake Road was built in 1968 and includes 4,600 square feet, with four bedrooms, five bathrooms, kitchen with granite island, office and four-season sunroom with a wet bar. The second floor includes a master suite with a private balcony. Another bedroom…

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Get Out! Festival

  Celebrate Cleveland’s great outdoors, wellness and art vendors at the Get Out! Festivl. The nonprofit BAYArts organization will offer local food and beer, live music and activities, including biking, stand-up paddleboarding, flyfishing and yoga.   For the vendor application, click here.     Share:

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Swiss chalet-style home in Bay Village: Lake Erie House of the Week

This remodeled Swiss Chalet-style home on Lake Road in Bay Village features a gourmet kitchen, great room with vaulted ceiling, cherry floors and a wall of windows overlooking Lake Erie. The 3,000-square-foot lakefront home was built in 1977. It has three bedrooms and three bathrooms, including a first-floor master suite, and a half-acre lot. It…

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Migrating birds wait for southwest winds to push over Lake Erie

This chilly spring has been rough on birds, too. Migrating birds, such as kinglets, warblers and sparrows, are waiting for southwest winds to make the journey north easier. So they’re still staging their trips south of us, said Tim Jasinski, wildlife rehabilitation specialist at Lake Erie Science & Nature Center in Bay Village.  As of…

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