BROADVIEW HEIGHTS, Ohio – Broadview Heights Historical Society presents “Indomitable Women of the 1800s on. Fri, Nov. 12th, 6:00 pm – 7:00 pm Come and be mesmerized by five extraordinary actors, the historical women of the late 19th and 20th centuries.” Learn about Prohibition Leader Carrie Nations and even meet a family member from Grover Cleveland at the Broadview Heights Community Center, Willow Room, 9543 Broadview Rd.
Space for this free presentation is limited. RSVP to Louise Fiszer at email@example.com or by phone at 440-829-4812. Donations are always welcome.
More information about the Historical Society can be found at www.broadviewheightshistoricalsociety.org.
Presentation of military conflicts: Citizens of Brecksville have participated in every conflict our nation has faced except the War of 1812. Many of these soldiers, sailors, and Marines are buried in Highland Cemetery and some in the four other Brecksville cemeteries.
Thanks to local historians Cathie Clager and Rita Wolansky, some of their stories will be revealed on Friday November 5th at 11am at the Brecksville Human Services Center in 2 Community Dr.
Clager and Wolansky present their multimedia presentation on the Spanish-American War, World War I, World War II, the Korean Conflict, Vietnam and the Gulf Wars. They investigate the causes of the wars, tell the stories of the soldiers and discuss what happened in Brecksville back then.
Reservations are not required, but call the center at 440-526-2499 so they know how many people are coming.
Musical revue: The Broadview Heights Spotlights is one of over 1,500 theaters around the world hosting a special musical revue, that of Music Theater International Now everyone together !: A global event celebrating local theater. With many familiar faces from previous Spotlights productions, performances on Saturday, November 13th at 7:30 pm and Sunday, November 14th at 3:00 pm
Theater licensor Music Theater International (MTI) created this revue for theaters around the world to use as a local fundraising event that will be performed over the same weekend. Now everyone together! contains songs from MTI’s popular musical catalog, including Annie, Come from Away, Godspell, Guys and Dolls, Matilda, Once on This Island, Rent and many more.
MTI President and CEO Drew Cohen said, âMTIs All together now! it’s about getting people back into the theater, be it as spectators or actors, crew and musicians. The revue contains songs from the most famous musicals in the world, so there is definitely something for everyone. Our goal with this global event is for organizations to bring hope, inspiration and excitement to their communities through the transformative power of music theater. “
Tickets for this special event are $ 20 and can be purchased at www.broadview-heights-spotlights.org. All spectators in the Broadview Heights Spotlights building must wear a mask regardless of their vaccination status. It is the responsibility of the ticket buyer to notify all members of their group of this requirement. Failure to comply with this policy will result in the forfeiture of purchased tickets.
Father-daughter dance: The annual Broadview Heights Father / Daughter Dance takes place on Sat, Nov 6th, 5pm to 8pm at the Broadview Heights Community and Recreation Center, 9543 Broadview Rd. Dinner includes pasta, breadsticks, salad and drinks. DJ Gary Perl will provide entertainment and there will be a photo box. Only fathers / grandfathers with daughters up to 12 years of age.
Tickets can be purchased online at www.bhrec.org or at the community center reception. Member $ 15, Resident $ 20, Non-Resident $ 25. Registration closes on November 1st. For more information, call 440-838-4522 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Ringtones: The Salvation Army bells are needed. The bell-ringing season begins with Thanksgiving and lasts until Christmas. Volunteers are required to ring the bell in one-hour increments throughout the season. Volunteers must be 18 years of age. To volunteer, call Broadview Heights Human Services 440-526-4074.
Hunger program: This will be the 39th year of the Yuletide Hunger Program, which provides food to low-income families in Brecksville, Broadview Heights, Seven Hills and Independence.
Because of the virus, schools in Brecksville-Broadview Heights will stop collecting food this year to reduce the amount of hands involved in handling food. Instead, the participants are asked to bring groceries to the respective senior centers in their city. Brecksville is at 2 Community Dr., Broadview Heights at 9543 Broadview Rd., Independence at 6363 Blessed Dr. and Seven Hills at 7325 Summit View Dr.
Also, and more importantly, the Yuletide Committee is soliciting cash donations by check to the City of Brecksville with the Yuletide Hunger Program on the memo line. The reason the checks payable to Brecksville is because it is the treasure trove of the Christmas season. The money received is used to buy gift cards so recipients can buy their own food.
Contact the Human Services Center in your city for more information. In Brecksville, it’s 440-526-2499. Broadview Heights is 440-526-4685, Seven Hills is 216-524-4421, and Independence is 216-524-7373.
Sheet pick-up: Brecksville’s Curbside Leaf Pick-Up Program has started. Don’t rake your leaves on the sidewalk. They are intended to be stacked along your tree lawn area, but not on the road surface. Do not mix other materials such as branches, small trunks, or anything other than leaves. Every year there are problems when residents knowingly or accidentally dispose of other garden waste with the leaves. Also, keep in mind that the city shot starts at one end of the city, moves to the other end, and then starts over.
Bravery Tomorrow: Construction trailers are moving to the Sherwin Williams property in Valor Acres as they are about to begin the initial stages of their new research and development facility. DiGeronimo is currently laying the sewer that runs through the Valor Acres property. There is a lot going on at Valor Acres. The DiGeronimo company continues to work with the planning committee on the residential phase of Valor Acres. Plans for the infrastructure to be installed at all stages of Valor Acres development are moving forward.
Membership Funding: The Broadview Heights Recreation Center is running a special November membership promotion. From November 2nd to November 30th, you will receive a free month with the purchase of an annual membership. It’s a great offer and a great way to get your exercise regimen going.
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