The Knowing Your Home Educational Series is generously supported by: Citizens Bank, City of Lakewood, Cleveland Lumber, First Federal Lakewood, Remax Beyond 2000, and Third Federal Savings & Loan.
This Is Lakewood highlights what makes our city one of “Ohio’s Best Hometowns” (Ohio Magazine), “Best Suburb” (Scene Magazine), “Coolest Suburb Worth a Visit” (Travel + Leisure Magazine), and “Best Place to Raise Your Kids in Ohio” (Business Week).
Light Up Lakewood is an all-day event that starts with Brunch with Santa and doesn’t end until the music stops playing at 8:00 PM.
Lakewood High School juniors Anna Kotansky and George “Nate” Young have been named Light Up Lakewood Queen and King for 2015. Students chosen for this honor have demonstrated their love for Lakewood through providing outstanding service to the community. In addition to reigning over the Light Up Lakewood parade on Saturday, December 5th, they will […]
Ed Fitzgerald and Dennis Kucinich sing Jingle Bells with Buddy the Elf and Santa in front of Lakewood Hospital
Ed Fitzgerald and Dennis Kucinich sing Jingle Bells in front of Lakewood Hospital with Buddy the Elf and Santa at Light Up Lakewood 2009.
Light Up Lakewood is an all-day event that starts with Brunch with Santa and doesn’t end until the music stops playing at 8:00 PM. The annual event, which last year drew an estimated 15,000 visitors, celebrates the richness of Lakewood’s diverse citizens and businesses, giving neighbors a place to meet and enjoy the spirit and friendliness of our city.
Would you like a place to showcase your products and services to thousands of Light Up Lakewood visitors while staying toasty and dry? If so, you are invited to become part of the 2015 Vendor Village, a one-day holiday shopping village on December 5, housed in the historic Lakewood Masonic Temple, 15300 Detroit Avenue. We […]
LakewoodAlive Forum Focuses on Lakewood’s Refugee Community “From Refugee to Neighbor: Continuing the Conversation”
LakewoodAlive will host a free community forum on Thursday, November 12 from 7pm – 8:30pm at Lakewood Public Library (15425 Detroit Avenue) featuring a conversation about the growing refugee community in Lakewood.
LakewoodAlive, a non-profit community development organization, is hosting a Homebuyer Fair on September 29 at Lakewood United Methodist Church (15700 Detroit Avenue) from 6-9 p.m.
LakewoodAlive hosted a Prohibition-themed party on Saturday, May 16 at the VOSH “Speakeasy” last Saturday – below are a few photos from the event.