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2023 EVENTS 

February 28, Tuesday @ 5:30-7:30 pm
Muldoon’s Saloon & Eatery
1020 E 185th St, Cleveland, OH 


Find out what Friends of Euclid Creek is all about and how you can help our environment!  This is an “Open House” style event.  Feel free to come whenever you want to hear all about Friends of Euclid Creek!

“Green Yards and Healthy Homes”
Kate Chapel, Euclid Creek Watershed Program Manager
March 25, Saturday @ 10:00 am
Cleveland Public Library: Nottingham Branch
17109 Lakeshore Blvd, Cleveland, OH


Learn how to replace chemicals in your yard and home with a few inexpensive, all-natural, effective ingredients to create a healthy habitat for all. Presented in partnership with Cuyahoga Soil & Water Conservation District.

“Wildflower Hike through Euclid Creek”
April 29, Saturday @ 10:00 am 
Euclid Creek Reservation
Welsh Woods Picnic Area
850 Euclid Creek Parkway, Cleveland, OH

Registration Closed

Join Brian Gilbert on an early spring wildflower hike through the Euclid Creek Reservation.

“Fish of Euclid Creek Watershed”
Michael Durkalec, M.S. 
Aquatic Biologist Cleveland Metroparks

May 23, Tuesday @ 6:30 pm 
This meeting will take place via Zoom

Registration Closed

This talk will feature an overview of the fish found in Euclid Creek.  From those of value to  anglers to more obscure non-game species used to determine water quality in the stream.  The talk will also touch on a stream restoration project upstream in Acacia Reservation.

Friends of Euclid Creek Annual Meeting & Picnic
Annual Scholarship Announcement

June 3, Saturday @ 1:00 pm 
Wildwood Picnic Shelter
16975 Wildwood Dr., Cleveland

Registration Closed

Come join us as we kick off our summer with our annual picnic on the shores of Lake Erie with some fun in the sun and our Scholarship Award presentation.

NOACA Climate Conversations Toolkit 
August 23, Wednesday @ 6:00 pm
Euclid Public Library
631 E. 222nd St. Euclid, OH

Registration Closed

This event/activity is a great way for organizations, coalitions, or other groups interested in climate action to learn more about regional data and impacts, provide input and ideas to help shape the regional plan and explore other ways to stay involved.

"Attracting Beneficial Insects To Your Vegetable
Garden Using Native Wildflowers"
Dave Tomashefski, Meadow City Nursery

September 26, Tuesday @ 6:30 pm via Zoom
Register Here

Native wildflowers provide pollen and nectar resources to a wide range of beneficial insects. These insects include pollinators like bees as well as predators like lady beetles and minute pirate bugs which help control populations of garden pests. This presentation outlines the role of beneficial insects in the vegetable garden and describes a series of native wildflowers that can be planted along the garden border to attract beneficial insects throughout the growing season.

Euclid Creek's New Eastern Ledge Trail
Roy Larick, PhD, Bluestone Heights
October 14, Saturday @ 2:00 pm-4:00 pm 
Euclid Creek Reservation
Eastern Ledge Trail west trailhead
at the Welch Woods south parking lot

850 Euclid Creek Parkway, Cleveland, OH
In person event.  Strenuous Hike
Register Here

In 1918, the Euclid Creek Reservation opened on 473 acres of creek floodplain. In 2019, Metroparks acquired 63 acres of bluestone ledge from an east-adjacent failed residential development. We hike the new trail that connects the Welch Woods floodplain (Euclid) with the new Eastern Ledge area (Richmond Hts). Our 100 ft climb sees a dramatic ecological shift from conserved floodplain forest to disturbed ledge prairies and wetlands. The hike highlight is a legacy stand of chestnut oaks (Quercus montana) clinging to the ledge rim.

Friends of Euclid Creek Holiday Party
December 5, Tuesday @ 6:30 pm 
Mulligan’s Pub & Grille
6131 Highland Rd, Highland Heights, OH 

Register Here

Come join us for an evening of fun and comradery with members and supporters of Friends of Euclid Creek.  More details will be provided closer to the event date.

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