Start your weekend with a concert and a good book at the Beach!
Stop by The Lakefront Literacy Project’s mobile book box Fridays at Euclid Beach Park during the Cleveland Metroparks “Euclid Beach Live!” concert series. The mobile library is a volunteer-led, grant funded initiative launched in spring 2015 by North Collinwood residents.
It’s free to borrow a book, magazine, Collinwood and Euclid Observer newspaper for as long as you are enjoying it. Bring it back when you are finished and exchange for new reading material all summer long. We have materials for all ages and reading levels – and even Russian language literature.
See you this month on Fridays from 5:30-8pm during the following concerts:
June 17: The Mighty Golden Echoes & The Prayer Warriors
June 24: Charisma
July 1: Forecast
The Lakefront Literacy Project is supported by Northeast Shores Community Development Corporation, the neighborhood Cleveland Public Libraries and made possible by generous book donations from Half Price Books, The Cleveland Foundation’s Anisfield-Wolf Book Awards, numerous individuals and with grant support from Neighborhood Connections.
Allison is a North Shore Collinwood resident, artist, neighborhood cheerleader and frequent contributor to the Collinwood Observer. She curates "Phone Gallery" and "LOCKS of Love from Waterloo" in the Waterloo Arts District, founded "Bus Stop Moves" and serves of the Board of Directors of Northeast Shores.