Enjoy an evening chock-full of free outdoor fun on the lakefront at the fifth annual Euclid Beach Blast on Saturday, August 2 from 4:30 - 8:30 p.m. at Euclid Beach Park in Cleveland Metroparks Euclid Creek Reservation. Celebrate the past, present and future of Euclid Beach Park. Have a blast and enjoy live music, delicious food, games, arts and crafts, community partner information tables, guided bike tours, a sandcastle building competition and a special sand creation by award-winning ice and sand sculptor, Greg Batauski.
The festivities blast off with a 4:30 p.m. performance by the Pride of Glenville Marching Band. Local bands, live performances and other activities are scheduled throughout the evening on two stages.
The HesitationsBluegrass Jam BandWaterloo Arts Sand Castle Building competition begins
Ohio City Bike Co-op and Bike Euclid Neighborhood Bike Tour
Upstage Players perform �No Easy Cleanup�Cleveland Sea Kayakers demonstrations and workshops
Panic Steel Ensemble6:30 p.m.
Sounds of the Soul Children's ChoirWaterloo Arts Sand Castle Building competition closes -winners announced at 7 p.m.
Upstage Players perform �No Easy Cleanup�
Bluegrass Jam Band
For more information visit euclidbeachblast.com.From I-90, exit at E. 152nd Street. Turn right if coming from I-90 east, left if coming from I-90 west. Turn right on Waterloo Rd. Turn left on E. 156th Street. Turn right on Lake Shore Blvd. The entrance to Euclid Beach Park is directly across from Collinwood Recreation Center, just past the Euclid Beach arches. Or ride your bike to Euclid Beach Blast and park for free in the Ohio City Bike Co-op Bike Corral.
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