Posts Tagged ‘erie’

Great Lakes Beach Glass and Coastal Art Festival

Shop more than 80 coastal artists from across the United States and Canada. Plus, enjoy: Fun and informative lecture series Live music Wine tasting Collector area Bottle/shard ID exhibit Antique bottle collections Saturday 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. & Sunday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.  You can even take a bus from Cleveland.

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SUPXross

The only Erie Series race that is strictly for stand-up paddleboards, SUPXross is a closed course race with heats, semi-finals and finals.  The event is racing on a closed course water race track, with sharp left and right turns. The closed course features a buoy-marked track that is designed to keep the competition tight and…

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See photos of the U.S. Brig Niagara in Cleveland

The remnant of the 19th century, the U.S. Brig Niagara stands stark against the 21st century skyline, 118 feet of mast and miles of rigging. The Erie-based tall ship is docked near the William G. Mather steamship in Cleveland’s harbor for two days, as part of a two-week educational sail with 20 high school students.They…

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See Lake Erie’s shipwrecks, from dry land

The tugboat Admiral set out from Cleveland on Dec. 2, 1942, towing the tanker barge Cleveco, with a million gallons of wartime fuel oil, on Lake Erie. A fierce winter gale sunk both ships off the Ohio coast, killing all of the Admiral’s crew of 14 and Cleveco’s crew of 18, and spilling all of…

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