Mailing List LoganberryPressReleases@logan.com Message #63
From: Harriett Logan <harriett@logan.com>
Subject: Larchmere Flea Market & Festival
Date: Mon, 15 Jun 2009 13:41:03 -0400
To: LoganberryPressReleases@logan.com <LoganberryPressReleases@logan.com>

Larchmere Flea Market & Festival
upbeat vitality, offbeat charm
Saturday, June 2
7, 11am-5pm



LMAflea-acg.jpgThe Larchmere Flea Market & Festival returns for a third year of bargains and goodies, of neighbors, festivities, workshops and camaraderie.  Tucked into corners and lots up and down the 10 blocks of Larchmere Boulevard are dealers of vintage goods, antiques, art, collectibles, and a special community flea market lot.  And food, of course!

The Passport Project Global Dance & Music Collective will perform 1-3pm at Felice Urban Café, and the Euclid Beach Rocket Car will ride the Boulevard 1-4pm.  Workshops and demonstrations enliven the festival, including face painting, drumming, and spinning wool.  Important information like health screenings and home ownership resources will also be available.  

This year, we have more than 50 vendors of antique, vintage and handmade goods, including Boar’s Head Antiques, Intuition by Leah, MZ Beads, and Jenny’s Sweets, to name a few.  The bricks-and-mortar merchants on Larchmere will also be in a festive mood, many with sales, specials, workshops, and special offerings.  A local author book fair features three dozen authors, including Les Roberts, Deanna Adams, Stephen Fliegel, Derek Hess and Kent Smith (complete list, with blurbs, available at www.loganberrybooks.com).

The Festival will be a blast for all.  Come be a part of a thriving city neighborhood that feels nostalgic, but is firmly planted in the present.  Larchmere:  upbeat vitality, offbeat charm. 


The Festival is co-sponsored by the Larchmere Merchants Association and the Larchmere Community Association, with grant assistance from Neighborhood Connections.  The Cleveland Foundation's Neighborhood Connections is a special grants program designed to assist Cleveland neighborhood groups to strengthen the social network of their community while dealing creatively with their most important concerns.  Grants are intended to spur small grassroots community efforts, and while doing so, to assist groups and individuals in the community to connect with others.  Grants may be used for a wide array of activities and projects, and groups are encouraged to think in new ways about what will work in their communities and with whom they might partner.  

For more information, please ask me, or visit www.larchmere.com.  Photos available!

peace,
Harriett
harriett@logan.com
216-795-9800


Larchmere Merchants Association
11811 Shaker Blvd. #206  *  Cleveland, OH 44120  *  216.421.2100

www.Larchmere.com


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