Posts Tagged ‘edgewater’

Neocycle

The nation’s largest urban cycling event includes races, music and a night ride. Glow big or go home. Share:

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2018 USA Triathlon Age Group National Championships

One of America’s most competitive triathlons comes to Cleveland. The Olympic-Distance Age Group National Championship — which participants must qualify for — will take place on Saturday, Aug. 11. The Sprint National Championship will occur on Sunday, Aug. 12, and anyone is welcome to enter. Athletes will swim in Lake Erie and bike and run…

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Cleveland Race Week

Enjoy 10 days of sailboat races at Cleveland Race Week, the  largest sailing regatta on Lake Erie and one of the largest in the country. The 38th annual event attracts more than 300 boats from across the United States, Canada and internationally. Events Include: One Design Weekend Women’s and Double Handed Junior Day Remote Control…

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Outdoor spinning, yoga at REI free Play Days weekend

REI is hosting free Cleveland Play Days, full of activities at Edgewater Beach and Holden Arboretum, to celebrate its opening in May at Pinecrest Shopping Center in Orange. You can do outdoor spinning and yoga, take classes in smartphone photography for the outdoors and backcountry cooking and take part in a white elephant gear swap.…

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12 amazing spots to take wedding photos on Lake Erie

You’ve got your groom, or your bride. You’ve picked out the flowers and the gown or the tux. Now what backdrop would be best for wedding photos you’ll treasure forever? Lake Erie, obviously.  Do you want a snappy bright blue sky and rollicking waves that scream HAPPIEST DAY OF OUR LIVES! Or are you going…

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Edgewater Beach through the years: Remember when

Edgewater is the place to be during a Cleveland summer, whether you’re wading at the beach, fishing from the rocks or dancing at Edgewater Live. Cleveland bought the land that would become Edgewater Park in 1894. Today the park sits on more than 130 acres and boasts some 6,000 feet of shoreline. Read cleveland.com’s history of…

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The future of sailing? At the Cleveland Boat Show

 Why is there only one sailboat dealer at the Mid-America Boat Show this year? Rob Morley of Riverfront Yacht Services in the Flats says it’s because sailing is a dying sport. “It sure does feel that way,” said Jennifer Daus. “But I see a lot of interest, like with the Foundry.” Daus, along with…

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Cleveland Metroparks lakefront park attendance jumps

In 2013, the year the state handed Cleveland Metroparks control of the city’s lakefront parks, 702,000 people visited Edgewater Beach. Last year, even before the cool Beach House was built, attendance jumped to 1.3 million — a big chunk of the 3.5 million visitors across the Metroparks lakefront parks, beaches and marinas. The total includes…

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The perfect Lake Erie outing for your out-of-town guests

At the holidays, you’ve got all sorts of relatives visiting from out-of-town. So why not introduce them to Cleveland’s best asset? Here are a couple ideas to get you all out of the house and provide some family togetherness, all with a view of Lake Erie. Go on, show it off! If you’ve got a…

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