Blog - Month: June 2018

Month: June 2018

Cooling Off in Cleveland This Summer

Cooling Off in Cleveland This Summer

Posted By Andrea Robinson
June 29, 2018 Category: General

  Northeast Ohio has so many great natural resources to take advantage of during the Summer when it comes to staying cool.     Whiskey Island/Wendy Park is a great place to visit offering not only the beach and beautiful Lake Erie, but water activities as well. You can stay cool and have fun all in one! There is boating, paddleboard sports, fishing, picnic tables, volleyball and so much more!  The best way to get to Whiskey Island is from Edgewater Park. Whiskey Island Road originates at the east end of Edgewater Park, just north of the Shoreway. The road will take you past the industrial areas of the island before dead-ending into Wendy Park where all the fun is located. The beach is beautiful and has views of Cleveland. You can visit the Cleveland Metroparks website for more information on Whiskey Island/ Wendy Park at https://clevelandmetroparks.com/parks/visit/parks/lakefront-reservation/wendy-park .     Nelson Ledges Quarry Park is another great Summer cool off spot. The quarry offers swimming, but you can also choose to snorkel, cliff dive, and even scuba dive. The park does offer a small fee for beach access, but this is a spot you don’t want to miss.  It is located on a 250-acre forest with a campground. There are all kinds of events and concerts that take place throughout the Summer to plan your day in accordance with as well. For more information visit their website at

DIY 4th Of July: Decor and Desserts!

DIY 4th Of July: Decor and Desserts!

Posted By Sandra Shinn
June 29, 2018 Category: Holidays

The 4th of July is well known for being a red, white and blue holiday. With so many cookouts, parties and get-togethers happening on this day it is essential to decorate and cook to fit the holiday theme! Decorating for the 4th of July is limitless and there are so many amazing DIY ideas to choose from. From napkin holders to a themed vase to center pieces and wreaths, everything can be customized for the holiday. For some amazing DIY craft and decorating ideas on the above and so much more visit; Good House Keeping - 4th of July Decorations .  One of the easiest and most common DIY crafts for the holiday is a wreath. These can be displayed for not only guests to see but also the whole neighborhood and passers-by.  There are a ton of different wreath options to choose from meeting all levels of crafting ability. For some inspiration and ideas on the type of wreath you want to create visit; https://www.goodhousekeeping.com/home/craft-ideas/how-to/g1564/diy-patriotic-wreaths.  Another great thing to incorporate in your cookout, party, or get-together is 4th of July worthy food to accompany those fireworks. The food can create just as much of a wow factor as the fireworks if you know what to make! These are some delicious options to consider or draw ideas on a menu to plan from; https://www.goodhousekeeping.com/holidays/g2069/4th-of-july-recipes. As for desserts, presentation is everything for 4th of July! Incorporating red, white, and blue to your dessert dis

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