Chagrin Falls is home to a vibrant cultural community. Live theater is offered by the Chagrin Valley Little Theater, the River Street Playhouse and the Performing Arts Academy (located at the high school). Each year, our village hosts the award winning Chagrin Documentary Film Festival. The Valley Art Center fills Riverside Park with regional artists for the annual Art by the Falls, in addition to maintaining a full schedule of gallery events at their Bell Street location.
The Chagrin Concert Series and Chagrin Falls Symphony Orchestra bring music from every genre to the area. Chagrin Arts provides us with a variety of arts programs throughout the year and sponsors Chautauqua-in-Chagrin lecture series each summer.
Our local historical society, The Chagrin Falls Historical Society, offers walking and driving tours of our historic village. You can also visit their new museum on Washington Street. The Chagrin Valley Astronomical Club brings the very stars to us with frequent telescope viewing events in the area.
We are also lucky to have a number of independent artists and writers as residents. We feature one each season.
Pam Spremulli, an area artist, has been named to the Arts Commission. She will replace Jean Hood, who served on the commission for many years before moving out of the village. Here is a little information about Pam. Artist Biography … Continue reading
We are proud to present this season’s featured artist: Chagrin Falls resident Pam Spremulli. Graphic Illustrator Pam Spremulli shares her “cheerfully optimistic” view of life in her artwork with striking and and colorful images. If she makes someone happy … Continue reading
Tan has been an artist all her life. She remembers being intrigued as vines, peacocks and leafy trees appeared by magic as her father leant over the paper spread out on the family dining table, and having to wait while … Continue reading