I would like to invite all the participants of the ArTs HoP to a little wine and cheese wrap up meeting. Come and share all how the ArTs HoP was for your business and help us to see what we should keep or what we can do better for next year.
Wednesday, June 1 at 6:30pm at the Valley Art Center. Please let me know if you are able to attend. We encourage all to come and share your thoughts.
The Chagrin Falls Historical Society Museum is open every Thursday from 2-7 PM and on Saturdays from 11 AM-3PM. For access to the Museum at other times, call Museum Curator Pat Zalba at 440-247-5209 to make an appointment.
New Saturday Hours
Mars and Moon Observation, weather permitting
Relax and enjoy live video from the mighty 20" Obsession telescope on 40" hdtv... Free always
Bring Telescopes! Always can use help-set up-tear down-interpretation-gofer
Commit your life to amateur astronomy!!!
We are Masters of the Sky ... If you believe your own eyes we prove over 16 years bright objects at high magnification you don't need dark sky... I deliberately set up sidewalk astronomy in tribute to John Dobson the maverick who reinvented and revolutionized amateur astronomy in the late 1970's. See for yourself!
Mars and Moon observation, weather permitting
Meet talented artists and absorb a world of color, energy, and beauty. Take something home with you! Every artist vending at ABF has one item to raffle at VAC's Raffle Tents at the front of the park. If you purchase artwork at the festival, get one free raffle ticket per $50 that you spend when you show your receipt at the VAC raffle tent. Or purchase 1 ticket for $1 or 6 tickets for $5.
Enjoy lunch at ABF by visiting one (or more!) of our splendid food vendors. They offer a wide variety of delicious selections including fresh popped kettle corn from The Popcorn Shop, Greek, Italian, BBQ, pizza offerings and more!
Stop by VAC's Welcome and Demo Tents just off Main Street to collect your program, map, and other VAC/ABF goodies. This year, VAC's Demo Tent will feature our own masterful artists and instructors in action! Saturday is set for a Pottery Throwdown. Watch ceramic artist and read more...
Volunteers promoting Historical Society
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Presented by the Chagrin Valley Astronomical Society
John Bourisseau will present a program on the History of Chagrin Falls at the Federated Church.
Monthly Board Meeting
A special opening of the museum for members of the Village Block Club Facebook Thread
Additional Parking at the Intermediate School.
Concert in the Park
June 16, 2016 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Triangle Park, Chagrin Falls, OH 44022
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Observe Mars and Moon, weather permitting
Register online for courses at the Valley Art Center
Closed meeting of the Foundation
Tour of the Museum
Video Taping for Documentary
The world is rich with a variety of cultures and beliefs, each with its own history and human generalizations. What is the impact of these on policy decision-making and our day-to-day interactions?
Sevi Bayraktar – PhD Student, Culture and Performance, UCLA
Julia Shearson – Executive Director, CAIR Cleveland (Council on American-Islamic Relations)
June 23, 2016 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Triangle Park Chagrin Falls, OH
Just three weeks after our 32nd annual Art by the Falls, the Valley Art Center will open its Margaret Bowen Gallery to unveil the 2016 Student & Faculty Art Exhibit. It will showcase the diversity of classes and mediums offered at VAC and our talented instructors and students. read more...
Come on Sunday June 26 at 3 pm and hear all about the amazing opportunities to get you involved in the 7th annual Chagrin Documentary Film Festival. This will be your chance to get in on the action and be apart of a festival named "Top 50 Film Fests Worth the Entry Fee" by MovieMaker Magazine. This year is going to be bigger and better and definitely something you wont want to miss out on.
Partisan animosity is on the rise and has had an impact on government and political engagement. What social, economic and structural factors have provided the impetus for this? Are there changes foreseen in the future that might reverse this trend?
Thomas Sutton – Independent Political Analyst for WEWS NewsChannel 5; Professor, Baldwin Wallace University
June 30, 2016 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Triangle Park, Chagrin Falls, OH 44022