Come, Play! Fest
The entire community is invited to the June 23 event in the Moreland neighborhood.
Everyone is invited to play games, sip a summery drink, and simply soak up some sun at this community-centered, summertime street fair and field day. Bring your friends and family and join long-time Shaker Heights residents in the Moreland neighborhood to take part in the fun of old-timey lawn games, races, crafts, music, and food. What better way to spend a summer weekend?
What: Come, Play! Fest
When: Saturday, June 23
Time: 12-6 pm
Where: Moreland neighborhood (Chelton Rd. between Hampstead Rd. and ScottsdaleBlvd. and nearby City-owned vacant lots)
Free & open to the public
Facebook event page: https://www.facebook.com/events/1922703387802703/
• Giant Jenga
• Bucket Ball
• Tail Tag
• Lawn Twister
• Chalk Drawing
• Oobleck (messy science)
• Pool Noodle "Croquet"
• Frisbee Golf
• Corn Hole
• 4 square balls and chalk
• Field Day Games and races - egg/spoon, gunnysack, 3-legged, wheelbarrow.
• Musical Petting Zoo
• Painted Labyrinth in grass
• Giant Scrabble made by Ingeneers
• Sidewalk Chalk
• Upcycled Toilet Paper Roll Crafting
• Making Our Own Space (MOOS) program demonstation and live build
• Ultimate Team Up Gaming Area - from homemade to market
• Bubble Blowing Area Sponsored by Dr UR Awesome
• Fire and Light Flow Arts Area for youth and adult
• Line Dancing
• Craft Area (multiple artists)
• Old-Timey Games (antique game dealer)
• Two One Fix Bicycle
• Different Things Gallery
• Humans2Nature INC
• 2Handz Productions
• Art Speaks
• Get Hep Swing Lessons with Live Band
• Sam Hooper
• DJ Set
Sound Fun? Want to get involved? Here's how:
- Apply to show art, vend, or perform with the Exhibitor Sign Up form.
- Volunteer to host games, greet guests, or serve as a neighborhood ambassador with the Volunteer Sign Up form.
For more information, contact Emily Appelbaum, 440-479-2077.
For individuals with disabilities arriving by car, accessible parking will be located along Nicholas Ave. Please enter at the Lee Road end of this street.
Our event site is a city neighborhood, which includes city streets and sidewalks with sidewalk ramps and sloped driveways. We have made efforts to identify and address areas where ADA accessibility can be provided.
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