MAY 4, 2010
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT:
BOB ROTATORI OR LAUREN HARRIS
216-635-3200, EXT. 3263 OR EXT. 7014
Cleveland Metroparks invites everyone learn more about cultural and
natural history at a variety of free programs in May:
Bike Ohio & Erie Canal Reservation
Thursday, May 20 � 6 p.m.
CanalWay Center � Ohio & Erie Canal Reservation
Cultural History Interpreter Doug Kusak and Naturalist Jill
Hauger lead a 6-mile "history and nature adventure" by
bicycle heading south along the Ohio & Erie Canal. Make a quick
stop to refuel with ice cream, and then head back to
CanalWayCenter. Bring money for the ice cream stop. Registration is
required, and space is limited. CanalWayCenter is located on
Whittlesey Way, off the East 49th Street entrance of Ohio &
Erie Canal Reservation, between Grant Avenue and Canal Road in
CuyahogaHeights. For more information and to register, call
Hidden Story Hike
Tuesday, May 25 � 9:30 - 11:30 a.m.
WallaceLake parking lot � Mill Stream Run Reservation
Adults are invited to travel back in time to when the Berea
quarries were a booming business. Join Naturalist Sharon Hosko for
a 3-mile search of the quarry with remnants still visible, from
WallaceLake to Bagley Road and back. WallaceLake is located off
Valley Parkway in Mill Stream Run Reservation, south of Bagley Road
in Berea. For more information, call 440-526-1012.
A Salute to Women Veterans
Sunday, May 30 � 2 - 3:30 p.m.
Garfield Park Nature Center � Garfield Park Reservation
Join Cultural History Interpreter Sherrie Tolliver to hear
about, celebrate, and appreciate the women who made history in the
military. Families are invited to share their stories, too, and
participating veterans can be recognized for their service.
Garfield Park Nature Center is located off Mill Creek Lane, off the
Broadway Avenue entrance of Garfield Park Reservation in Garfield
Heights. For more information, call 216-341-3152.
Discover cultural and natural history with Cleveland Metroparks -
part of your life, naturally!