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The Willoughby Senior Center will be sponsoring a Meet The Candidates night at South High School on Wednesday, September 27th from 7:00-8:30 pm at South High School Gymnasium. Candidates will be present for the positions of Willoughby Municipal Judge, Willoughby Mayor and City Council.
All are welcome.
Post expires at 9:53pm on Wednesday September 27th, 2017
Wes Point Park Gazebo
July 6 – August 31 — 7:00 p.m.
Patrons are encouraged to bring lawn chairs, blankets, coolers and picnic baskets, (no alcohol is permitted).
Ice cream availiable for purchase at all concerts thanks to the Willoughby Senior Center Board of Trustees
July 6 – Heritage Brass Quintet: Heritage Brass features an exhilarating sound experience, powerful yet elegant, with diverse and dynamic musical styles. The classical and popular music fan, as well as people of all ages, find inspiration in the unique sounds and styles of the Heritage Brass Quintet.
July 13 – Face Value: Face Value invites you to join them on a musical journey through the decades, revisiting memories and exploring familiar territory with a fresh new prospective and an inviting, energetic song list, comprised of classic and contemporary rock favorites from the 70’s through the 90’s.
July 20 – Mayor Anderson presents the Sounds of Willoughby: Mayor David Anderson brings his guitar talents to the summer
concert along with a few of his talented friends. You never know who might show up!
July 27 – Eli’s Coming (Three Dog Night and Chicago cover band): Eli’s Coming is a tribute to Three Dog Night, plus great horn section favorites, like Chicago, Southside Johnny, The Grass Roots, and many more.
August 3 – The Diamond Project: The Diamond Project Band is America’s best Neil Diamond Tribute Band. A ten piece band that includes some of Northern Ohio’s most accomplished musicians, The Band is dedicated to performing a true replication of the musical styling of a live Neil Diamond concert.
August 10 – The Jersey Beats (Jersey Boys cover band): The Jersey Beat Band is a Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons Vegas style tribute band. Take a step back into the past listening and singing along to the sounds of one of the best vocal groups of its time…..Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons.
August 17 – Chance: Chance is an interactive musical entertainment experience featuring ten pieces with horns and highly active vocals. Chance covers several decades of popular music from Judy Garland’s “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” to Tower of Power’s “Diggin on James Brown” and bridges the old with the new in a hip fashion.
August 24 – Alex Bevan: Alex Bevan is a folk singer from the Cleveland OH area who is best known for the song “Skinny Little Boy From Cleveland Ohio”. His music comes from his experiences around the North Coast. Albums include Sweetwater Pete and Live at Kent State.
August 31 -Abbey Rodeo: Abbey Rodeo plays the Beatles or the early Mersey Beat & 60’s sound but also with an element of hillbilly and country music to it. They add a combination of bluegrass and country sounding instruments that have the ability to transform a song. It is amazing how well a fiddle or banjo works in many Beatles songs.
Post expires at 9:49pm on Thursday August 31st, 2017
The 2017 Pavement Repair Program has been bid and awarded to Chagrin Valley Paving and TC Construction. Work has already begun and will continue through the month June, weather permitting. The program will provide asphalt pavement resurfacing and concrete slab repairs on sixteen streets throughout the City.
The streets included for asphalt resurfacing are; Riverbend Road, Riverside Drive, and Code Avenue. Streets included for concrete repairs with an asphalt overlay are; the northern portion of Beidler Road, Glenbrook Road, Nantucket and Cheltenham Drives.
Streets requiring full depth concrete slab repairs include; Oak Ridge Drive, Beacon and Colonial Drives, Topps Industrial Parkway, Biltmore Place, River Road (SR 174), Polo Park Drive , Ramona Street, Westminster and Drury Lanes, Heritage Court and Western Parkway.
Residents and businesses are asked to refrain from parking in the street during this time.
Last Stop Willoughby celebrates Downtown Willoughby and all it has to offer culturally & historically, including Willoughby’s roots in rail transportation.
The 12th Annual Last Stop Willoughby will be on August 19, 2017 presented by Heart of Willoughby. We are pleased to have Adventure Auto Group returning as the event sponsor.
Last Stop Willoughby begins at 8 a.m. at the Willoughby Outdoor Market, which features a variety of vendors from Northeast Ohio offering fruits, vegetables, breads, pastries and more.
The annual parade steps off at 2 pm from Willoughby South High School and marches down Euclid Avenue and into Downtown Willoughby.
Parking and driving restrictions for the event are as follows:
River Street Closed 8 am – 5 pm – Center Street to Erie Street
Shankland Road closed from 12 pm – 2 pm for parade set-up
Euclid Avenue closed from 2 pm – 3:30 pm for the parade
The timetable for the event is as follows:
8 am – 12 pm Willoughby Outdoor Market City Hall Parking Lot
10 am – 5 pm Kid Zone Point Park
Model Trains Point Park Fountain
Trolley Tours City Hall
A Stop at Willoughby Twilight Zone Library Lower Level
2 pm Last Stop Willoughby & Jeepalooza Parades South High along Euclid Ave
Award Ceremony follows parade
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