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Broadview Heights Farmers Market which is every Saturday from 9AM-1PM, at the Amphitheater (9453 Broadview Road), and all concerts feature a live musician and produce, meats and baked goods, and artisan items for sale. The Markets run from 6/29 – 9/28.
Also, BHCF sponsors the Broadview Hts Farmers Market which is every Saturday from 9AM-1PM, at the Amphitheater (9453 Broadview Road), and all concerts feature a live musician and produce, meats and baked goods, and artisan items for sale. The Markets run from 6/29 – 9/28.
The annual Taste of Broadview Heights, sponsored by The Broadview Heights Community Foundation will be held on Wednesday January 30, 2019 at St. Sava Church from 5:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. The event is one of the biggest events in Broadview Heights every year. Seventeen local restaurants and caterers will showcase their culinary talents. Musical entertainment and raffle baskets will be a part of the event. The restaurants and caterers participating include: Cozumel, Creekside Restaurant, The Boneyard, Farmer Brother’s Coffee, Wild Eagle Steak & Saloon, Salted Dough, Macaron Tea Room, Tavern of Independence, Ciao!Pizzeria Cerino, Nothing Bundt Cakes, Kavana Social Kitchen, Giant Eagle Supermarket, Marge Walters Catering, St. Sava Church and Catering, Jersey Mike’s, Tom & Chee, and Stancato’s Restaurant. Each of the caterers and restaurants will donate samples from their menus for the attendees to enjoy. Craft beer and fine wine, along with soft drinks, is included in the ticket price. Tickets can be purchased at City Hall or at Fuerst Automotive. Tickets are $25 per person. A limited number of tables of 10 can be reserved.
Money raised from The Taste of Broadview Heights will be used to support events in the city as well as the construction of a pavilion at Broadview Center. Over the years, the Foundation has donated over $45,000 to benefit the residents of Broadview Heights.
The Broadview Heights Community Foundation is a qualified non-profit organization created by leading community members having the common interest to improve the quality of life in the City of Broadview Heights for the benefit of the residents. The purpose of the Foundation is to assist donors in building an enduring source of charitable funds to meet the changing needs and interests of Broadview Heights for its residents.
There will be a special performance of “The Importance of Being Earnest” on Thursday, September 6th at
7:30 p.m. Proceeds benefit the Broadview Heights Community Foundation which is helping fund the
new amphitheater at Broadview Center. The performance will take place at the Broadview Heights
Cultural Arts Building (Home of the Spotlights Theater), located next to the Police Station on the
Broadview Center Property, 9543 Broadview Road. Tickets are $30 each and include an Hors d’oeuvre
Reception at 6:30 PM prior to the show, dessert at intermission, and a non-alcoholic Beverage Bar.
Guests may bring their own wine to enjoy during this special event (glassware provided). Tickets can be
purchased at Fuerst Automotive at Broadview & Wallings.
The play, first written and performed in 1895, carries the subtitle “A Trivial Comedy for Serious People,”
and its fast-paced antics and witty language are highly entertaining for modern audiences. Dashing
men-about-town John Worthing (Andrew Keller) and Algernon Moncrieff (Charles Hargrave) pursue fair
ladies Gwendolen Fairfax (Giorgiana Lascu) and Cecily Cardew (Lainne Davis). Matters are complicated
by the imaginary characters invented by both men to cover their on-the-sly activities—not to mention
the disapproval of Gwendolen’s mother, the formidable Lady Bracknell (Cat Kenney). The rest of the
cast includes Chris Bizub, Elizabeth Allard, and Eli Ravenson.
The Spotlights’ production is directed by Tyson Douglas Rand, Artistic Director of the Cleveland
Shakespeare Festival. The show is produced by Spotlights’ Trustees Sarah Price and Tara Corkery, with
Technical Direction by Tim Anderson.