The museum’s expansion project will enable it to offer year-round programming and play a larger role in the lives of young athletes in Cleveland and the inner-ring suburbs.
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Cycling, for Diana Hildebrand, isn’t about transportation. It’s about connections. When this southeast Cleveland resident hops on her hot-pink ride, she’s not necessarily looking to get from point A to point B. She’s looking to help others interact more deeply with the city and world around them, and enjoy a few of the many benefits she herself enjoys on a daily basis.
A former awning factory on Cleveland’s west side is about to start producing something altogether different: art. Out of an old industrial space with soaring high ceilings, the Cleveland Museum of Art has fashioned a new Community Arts Center, a vibrant place for residents of the Clark-Fulton neighborhood to gather, learn, create, and share.
Children need more than just food, clothing and shelter. They also need time in nature. For some in Northeast Ohio, though, that’s almost a luxury. They may have the basics of life but are missing or don’t feel welcome to take part in what others around the region routinely enjoy, and probably take for granted — abundant time outdoors.