Mailing List LarchmereFestival@logan.com Message #21
From: harriett@logan.com <harriett@logan.com>
Subject: Larchmere Festival, July 6
Date: Wed, 26 Jun 2013 16:23:27 -0400
To: LarchmereFestival@logan.com <LarchmereFestival@logan.com>

Salutations Vendors,

 

The Larchmere Festival is almost upon us, and you are cordially invited!  It will be the first Saturday in July, which is July 6th.  We do hope you’ll join us as a vendor, but hurry – we’re assigning spaces now, and we want you to get what you want!  Attached is a vendor contract in both Word and PDF formats.  You can mail or drop checks off to Fiddlehead Gallery at 13002 Larchmere Boulevard. 

 

If you’ve already sent your contract in, you should be hearing from us shortly with placement information.  If you can’t exhibit this year, perhaps you can attend or share the news with others.  We’re looking forward to a great Festival.  Here’s a quick recap (below).

 

Cheers,

Harriett and Susan

Larchmere Festival Committee

 

 

Title: Larchmere Festival

 

Antiques Fair

In keeping with Larchmere tradition, the spirit of the Larchmere Festival rests soundly with antique decorative arts.  Sublime, distinguished and well-crafted furniture and small collectibles will be featured by both merchants who have shops on the street, in addition to invited dealers who will create a mini antiques fair of quality collectibles.  Vehicles can be accommodated behind the booths in this lot.

Location: Shaker Heights parking lot, 12755 Larchmere

 

Sidewalk  Sales

Covering the sidewalks from East 130th Street to East 121st street will be interesting vendors of all kinds.  The merchants who have bricks-and-mortar shops on Larchmere will be represented in front of their stores, but the spaces on the edges, corners and in-between will be filled by traveling and guest vendors of collectibles, kitsch, and vintage goods.  Community resources and non-profits complete the picture.  There's an art to the boulevard browse, and with almost ten blocks of great stuff, this is the heart of festival.

Location: Larchmere between E. 121 & E. 130 Streets

 

Bazaar Bizarre

Not your granny's craft fair!  The artists who comprise the popular indie Bazaar Bizarre are spunky, outrageous, and irreverent -- and so is their art.   We are pleased that this indie market will join us again in our Larchmere celebrations in a new and expanded location, and we invite you to discover the quirky, homemade kitsch that has made them famous.

Location:  former Mo and Son's lot, 12605 Larchmere

 

Author Alley

Cleveland is quite the literary town!  Join our 6th Author Alley celebration with 50 local literati.  Here you can meet some interesting folk, expand your horizons, and take home some new reads. Visit www.LoganberryBooks.com for the full roster of participating authors.

Time: 12-4pm

Location: Loganberry Books, 13015 Larchmere

 

Food Trucks

In addition to the wonderful eateries on Larchmere, we will also host some of Cleveland's hippest food trucks, including Krave, Motor Mouth, Pigiliscious, Seti's Polish Boys, CJ’s Ice and Vick's Fries.

Location: Sedlak's lot, 12631 Larchmere

 

Morgan Conservatory

The Morgan Conservatory is an art center dedicated to the production and preservation of hand papermaking and the art of the book.  They will join us at the Festival with hands-on demonstrations of various paper making techniques.

Time: 12-4pm

Location: JP Quality Printing, 12614 Larchmere

 

Performances 

Live entertainment and performances by people who live and work in the Larchmere neighborhood.

Joe Golden, martial arts & T'ai Chi demo,  12-4pm,  12909 Larchmere

Ariel Clayton, violin,  12-4pm,  12909 Larchmere

Passport Project, African dance,  grassy lot behind Metheny Weir, 13001 Larchmere

RW Magic, magician,  12-3pm, Shaker Quality Auto Body, 12916 Larchmere

J.R., deejay, spinnin' the tunes,  Polished Professionals, 12501 Larchmere

 

Beat the Chess Master

Free Chess Exhibition presented by Progress with Chess!  From 12-4pm, you will have the oppor-tunity to challenge National Chess Expert Calvin Marshall in a simultaneous chess exhibition.  All ages and skill levels welcome. Prizes will be awarded to anyone who achieves a draw or victory against the expert. We hope you will stop by and visit us and enjoy a relaxing game of chess.

Time: 12-4pm

Location:  LifeSkills, 12201 Larchmere

 

Parking & Transportation

In addition to street, side street, and small lot parking on and around Larchmere, there are four large parking lots reserved for Festival parking. All are free.

    Fairhill Center, 12200 Fairhill

    LifeSkills, 12201 Larchmere

    Our Lady of Peace, 12406 Buckingham (enter from E. 126th St. at Shaker Blvd.)

    former Am. Crafts Gallery, 13010 Larchmere

Free bicycle parking will be provided by Ohio City Bicycle Co-op, in a small lot just north of Larchmere, on E. 127th Street.

A Pedicab will be available to help taxi guests from one end of Larchmere to the other, and to the various parking lots. 

Larchmere Boulevard is also easily accessible by RTA Rapid, with a stop just a block south at Shaker Square.

 

Many thanks to our sponsors!

Neighborhood Voice

Heights Observer

Saint Luke’s Foundation

 


 

The Larchmere Festival is an annual street fair on the arts-and-antiques district of Larchmere Boulevard on Cleveland’s east side, one block north of Shaker Square.  The Festival is held annually on the first Saturday in July, and includes many outside vendors, in addition to community resources and entertainment.  Co-sponsored by the Larchmere Merchants Association and the Larchmere Community Association.

c/o 13002 Larchmere Boulevard;  Cleveland, Ohio 44120;  216.231-9400

       www.Larchmere.com

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