Kamm’s Corners Farmers Market is prepared for a 10th season: A Place in a Sun

June 8, 2016 - garden totes

CLEVELAND, Ohio – It’s marketplace time again.

The 10th deteriorate for a Kamm’s Corners Farmers Market begins during 10 a.m. Jun 12 in a parking lot behind a Walgreens store during West 168th Street and Lorain Avenue in Cleveland’s West Park neighborhood.

Organizers guess 800-1,000 people revisit a marketplace weekly, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. any Sunday by October.

Jim Volk, complicated acoustical guitarist, will perform market-goers Jun 12. AMP 150 will yield a cook proof and will lapse a initial Sunday of any month. Guest workman will be Lynn Golubic of It’s in a Bag, who will offer quilted totes, purses and cases for sale.

The healthy vital underline will be supposing by Neighborhood Family Practice, a village health center.

Next week’s market, Jun 19, will be a annual long-lived exchange. Gardeners are invited to share their perennials. Split a plants into containers (nothing fancy), H2O them and move them to a market. Shoppers are invited to name plants to take home for their gardens.

For some-more information on a market, including this season’s entertainment, cook and special features, revisit kammscornersfarmersmarket.org.

In memoriam: Condolences to a family of Dewey Limpert, longtime North Olmsted City Councilman and legislature president. Limpert, 91, died Jun 3. Survivors embody his wife, Ruth, who was his high propagandize sweetheart; daughter, Jennifer (Wally) Waldbauer; and son, Duane (Kathi); as good as 6 grandchildren and 8 great-grandchildren.

A 1942 connoisseur of North Olmsted High School, Limpert was comparison category treasurer. He warranted mixed letters in football, basketball and baseball. He enlisted in a Army after graduation and served during World War II as a appurtenance gunner with a 10th Tiger Armored Division of Gen. George Patton’s Third Army as it rolled into Germany.

Limpert warranted several medals for his wartime service, including a Purple Heart, Bronze Star with one ash root cluster, Army of Occupation Medal, Presidential Unit Citation with a bronze ash root cluster and a Combat Infantryman Badge. He perceived a awards belatedly, in 2012, interjection to efforts by his family and assistance from U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio.

After a war, he worked during Republic Steel and served 21 uninterrupted years on City Council as an at-large assemblyman and legislature president. He also was active with North Olmsted Kiwanis and a John Barkley Masonic Lodge and he founded Boy Scout Troop 664.

The Limpert family is one of a oldest in North Olmsted and can snippet a roots behind about 150 years.

His son, Duane, also served on City Council as a assemblyman and legislature president, and was safety-service executive for a city. His grandson, also named Duane, was inaugurated to an at-large legislature chair in 2013, creation him a fourth era of a family to offer in inaugurated office.

Funeral services were conducted Jun 7 during a Chapel during Sunset Park in North Olmsted. Interment, with troops honors was during Sunset Memorial Park.

(Full disclosure: Limpert’s son, Duane, is a 1970 North Olmsted High School connoisseur and a classmate of my husband.)

Relay for Life: Food, fun and games are designed for a Lakewood Relay for Life, noon to midnight Jun 11 during Harding Middle School. Chris McMaster, co-chair of a American Cancer Society fundraiser, pronounced a eventuality will embody a dish during 1 p.m. for cancer survivors and caregivers and a normal luminaria rite during 9 p.m.

Teams will have food and games to assistance lift income for a quarrel opposite cancer.

For some-more information, revisit relayforlife.org/lakewoodoh.

Crystal Apples: Teachers from Cleveland, Fairview Park and Lakewood are among a 2015-2015 Advance Ohio Crystal Apple Award winners.

Congratulations go to:

  • Doug Vanneste, a clergyman during Urban Community School on Cleveland’s West Side, who was nominated by Megan Wilson-Reitz.
  • Christopher Kaminski of Fairview High School, who was nominated by Chris Corrigan and
  • Leah Nagy of Lakewood Catholic Academy, who was nominated by Catherine McGuire.

They were among a dozen teachers who were respected during a accepting on May 12. The award, sponsored by Bryant Stratton College, is a reverence to these educators who impacted a lives of their nominators.

More marketing: Be certain to check out a Farmers Market Frostville Museum, 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Jun 11 during a Frostville complex, 245101 Cedar Point Road, North Olmsted, in a Rocky River Reservation of a Cleveland Metroparks.

The family oriented eventuality offers children’s activities, cooking demonstrations and speakers, as good as uninformed produce, artisans and more. Call Angie during 330-592-6518 for some-more information. The marketplace continues any Saturday.

Lake Erie forum: LakewoodAlive will horde a village forum, “A Deep Dive: Lake Erie Starts during Home,” 7-8:30 p.m. Jun 14 during Lakewood Public Library’s Main Branch, 15425 Detroit Ave.

Moderator Terry Robison, executive of healthy resources for a Cleveland Metroparks, will lead an hour-long row discussion, followed by 30 mins of assembly questions. Panelists will be Lakewood Mayor Mike Summers; Jarred Bartley, Rocky River Watershed coordinator, Cuyahoga Soil Water Conservation District; Jill Bartolotta, prolongation educator, Ohio Sea Grant College Program; and Jason Wood, arch open affairs officer, Cleveland Public Utilities.

The forum will try a purpose Lake Erie plays in a lives, a issues confronting a lake and how adults impact a H2O peculiarity and altogether health.

For some-more information, call Ian Andrews, LakewoodAlive executive director, 216-521-0655, or email him during iandrews@lakewoodalive.com.

New eatery: The aged Taco Bell during Rocky River Drive and Puritas Avenue in West Park stood dull for a past few years until only a few weeks ago, when Garden Grill Restaurant non-stop in a renovated space during 4450 Rocky River Drive.

Although we haven’t attempted it yet, there’s a hum about a new eatery and copiousness of gibberish on amicable media about it – all positive. It’s open 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. any day for breakfast, lunch and dinner. The menu includes Mediterranean food, corned beef sandwiches, wraps, salads and soups for dining in or carryout.

Volunteers needed: Tammy Hanna sends word that proffer readers are indispensable to assistance foster children’s education by stories.

The volunteers will support by reading age-specific stories to a girl who attend a “Melodies, Memories Stories” series, 3-3:30 p.m. Saturdays during Jefferson Park, West 133rd Street and Lorain Avenue. The series, for children ages 2-10 and their parents, is scheduled for Jun 11 and 25; Jul 9 and 23 and Aug. 13 and 27. Two readers are indispensable for any story time: one for 2- to 6-year-olds and one for 7- to 10-year-olds. Books will be supplied. The sessions also will embody a brief unison achieved by students and teachers of Joyful Noise, followed by a story time. Books and song will be opposite any week.

To register a child or for some-more information, revisit bpdc.org.

Murder mystery: North Olmsted Kiwanis will horde a murder poser night 6:30-10 p.m. Jun 25 during North Olmsted Party Center, 29271 Lorain Road. There will be raffles and wordless auctions, doorway prizes, appetizers, desserts and a money bar. Tickets are $30.

For some-more information, call Amber, 440-506-0317, or email her during Amber2086@hotmail.com.

Information, please: Readers are invited to share information about themselves, their families and friends, organizations, church events, etc. in Fairview Park, Lakewood, North Olmsted and West Park for a A Place in a Sun column, that we write on a freelance basis. Awards, honors, miracle birthdays or anniversaries and other equipment are welcome. Submit information during slightest 10 days before a requested announcement date to carolkovach@hotmail.com.

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