Cedar Fairmount Nighttown Lot Now Has Passport Parking App

Cedar Fairmount Nighttown Lot Now Has Passport Parking App

The City has expanded available parking spots that can use PASSPORT, the City’s mobile parking app. The Passport parking app is now available in all 3 City garages (Cedar Fairmount Public City Garage)  and in their adjoining surface lots, as well as, the lot at Lee and Silsby and the Nighttown lot. The app can be downloaded at Passport Parking or ppprk.com. Meters take either the app or quarters.
September at Appletree Books

September at Appletree Books

In Appletree Book’s Windows:
Morgan Conservatory
Our store windows in September feature works from
Cleveland’s own Morgan Conservatory.The Morgan will be displaying original artworks, including marbled paper, handbound books, prints, and more. The Morgan Conservatory is the largest arts center in the United States dedicated to every facet of papermaking, book arts and letterpress printing and to cultivating the talents of established and emerging artists. An international destination that is free and open to the public, the Morgan Conservatory is a working studio, gallery, gathering place for the community, educational hub and purveyor of some of the finest handmade papers in the world.

The Morgan will also be bringing dried kozo fiber from their urban garden. The Morgan’s Sam Caraboolad Garden is a kozo (paper mulberry tree) grove dedicated to growing kozo fiber that is used traditionally in Asian papermaking. By growing the raw material onsite, they not only avoid the sizeable expense of importing the fibers from Asia, but also create a self-sustaining cycle of papermaking.

On Appletree Book’s Walls:
Jessica Coven Stenson and
William A. Stenson, aka, Andy
Our artists this month are
Jessica Coven Stenson and
William A. (Andy) Stenson.
Jessica and Andy Stenson live in Shaker Heights. They own and operate a wood-working business that focuses on food-related wood products, salad bowls, cutting boards, and wooden spoons. They sell their handcrafted products year round at the Shaker Square farmers market.

When Jessica is not carving spoons, she draws flowers from life, photos, and memory. Using all kinds materials, chalk pastel, makeup, bits of found broken jewelry, Jessica, seeks to make the ephemeral gesture of giving flowers a little less fleeting.

Andy’s intention as an artist has always been to create beauty. He uses symmetry and geometry to reference the natural world with both his imagery and use of wood while exercising skilled craftsmanship.

Appletree Books Events  From Sept. 7 – 14

Appletree Books Events From Sept. 7 – 14


Reception with
Andy and Jessica Stenson

Friday, September 7, 6-8pm

Join us for a reception with our September artists,
Jessica Coven Stenson and
William A. (Andy) Stenson.

Books in a Bar:
Eclectic Reads
Tuesday, September 11, 7-9pm
Meets at NighttownJoin Lute Quintrell and Ed Alix
for a glass of wine and spirited book discussion!

Banned Books Week falls in September (23-29),
and in honor of our freedom to read, we chose
the classically contested novel of angsty adolescence,

Catcher in the Rye
(Back Bay Books)
by J.D. Salinger

“Perhaps the most contested book in recent history, The Catcher in the Rye was removed from schools, challenged by parents, and generally loathed by educational authorities beginning less than a decade after publication. In 1982, school libraries in Morris, Manitoba removed the book because it violated district guidelines covering ‘excess vulgar language, sexual scenes, things concerning moral issues, excessive violence, and anything dealing with the occult.’ Or, as a Dorchester District 2 school board member in Summerville, South Carolina said more succinctly in 2001, because it ‘is a filthy, filthy book.’ Apparently, 65 million readers in over thirty languages can be wrong.”
Customers who register for this month’s book group are eligible for a
10% discount on this month’s book.  To register, stop in the store, call us
at (216) 791-2665, email us at info@appletree-books.com,
or sign up on our website.
Please Note! 
Attendees at September’s book group will choose
the mystery to be read for October.
Heights Music Hop
on Cedar-Fairmount

Friday, September 14, 6-9:30pm

Two acts join us at Appletree Books for the
6th Annual Heights Music Hop!

Baker’s Basement, 6-7:30pm
Baker’s Basement is a two-piece, multi-instrumental band from Cleveland  that specializes in music rooted in space, dynamics, humor, and the unpredictable nature of life as a human.  Members Kate Dedinsky and Adam Grindler are obsessive songwriters, composing more with a specific emotion, story, or image in mind rather than a particular genre.  Having created music that utilizes banjo, electric guitar, drums, tempeh pocket kit, paint buckets, shot glasses, vocals, train whistle, synth, keyboard, guillele, acoustic guitar, harmonica, loops, drum pad, and sound effects, instrumentation and style are simply vessels used to portray the appropriate mood and texture called for by the composition at hand.  And given their obsession with writing and the creative process, new songs are constantly being composed and delivered hot and gooey straight from the oven.
Megan Sullivan, 8-9:30pm
Megan Sullivan is an active freelance violinist.  She has performed numerous concerts, weddings, and parties with varying repertoire and genres.  She is currently a member of the Firelands Symphony in Sandusky, Ohio, and has been a substitute with several other regional orchestras.  Equally passionate about contemporary music, she has played with bands such as The Rainbow Emergency (neo-soul), Remember Jones (pop/soul), The Dan Varner Band (country), The Hootz (country/rock), and more.  Megan has taught many private violin students throughout the last five years, from ages four to 65!

Water Main Break at CedarFairmount

There has been a water main break the early morning of Thursday, August 23.   The area been Surrey and Lennox has been affected.  That is between Howard Hanna Realty and Starbucks in the historic Heights Center Building block.  Cedar Road is closed between Surrey and Lennox.    During repairs non food businesses are open.  Only  businesses serving food and drink in the Heights Center block have been affected.  If planning on going to Starbucks, Fawky Burst, Vero Bistro or Parnell’s, please check with them to be sure they are open. Alll shops and other food related businesses are open.   Cleveland Water hopes to have the situation corrected today. Fox news posted a video at:  https://fox8.com/2018/08/23/police-ask-drivers-to-avoid-area-of-water-main-break/

Thank you for your patience.

Cedar Fairmount Special Improvement District.

 

 

 

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