Wednesday, June 19
5:30PM – 10:00PM
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Experience Downtown Cleveland living on Wednesday, June 19 at the 22nd Annual Walk and Dine culinary residence and cultural tour throughout the city’s historic Gateway District. This year’s event is presented by Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse and features ten culinary partners, wine & craft beer tastings, and five luxurious tour sites with stunning views and convenient urban amenities.
The event kicks off with the Opening Reception at 5:30 p.m. at The Arcade. Attendees will enjoy food samples, wine, and beer from six downtown Cleveland restaurants while mingling beneath The Arcade’s iconic skylight.
Led by knowledgeable and experienced guides, you’ll be enlightened with historical facts, architectural highlights, new development information and even meet a few Clevelanders from the past! At each residence on the tour, guests will enjoy delicious small plates prepared exclusively by Gateway District restaurants carefully paired with wine and craft beer selections curated by Whistle & Keg.
The evening concludes with a dessert and coffee reception in the House of Blues with attendees are elevated to rockstar status in the lavishly appointed Foundation Room VIP Club.
OPENING RECEPTION @ THE ARCADE
small bites | wine & craft beer
1890 at The Arcade
Balance Pan Asian Grill
Ohio City Burrito
RESIDENCES + RESTAURANTS
chef-inspired small plates | wine & craft beer pairings
The Statler + Stella’s Music Club
The Ivory + Parker’s Downtown
The Residences at Leader + Murano
The Residences at 668 + Hodge’s
Cleveland Public Library Puppetry Exhibit + the Eastman Reading Garden
Provided by Whistle & Keg
$125/person for this all-inclusive event.
Tickets available here.
THANK YOU TO OUR CORPORATE SPONSORS:
ABOUT THE HISTORIC GATEWAY NEIGHBORHOOD CORPORATION (HGNC): HGNC is 501(c)3 non-profit organization committed to community development by improving, strengthening and revitalizing the neighborhood. HGNC boasts the largest volume of historic preservation projects in the greater Cleveland area to include the redevelopment of the East 4th Street entertainment district and plans successful arts and cultural activities, including the Take a Hike walking tours. For more information, visit www.clevelandgatewaydistrict.org.
Gateway District is a proud partner of Cleveland History Days this summer! 10 Days of events and experiences celebrating Cleveland’s story, immigrant heritage, transforming river valley and restored architecture. Historic Gateway Neighborhood Corporation’s Take a Hikes and collaborative Downtown Annual Luncheon Forum are all part of the events planned! Check out full schedule HERE
Take a Hike
2017 Tour Season: May 16 – September 17th
Presented by Dollar Bank, Take a Hike offers five (FREE!) guided walking tours of distinct neighborhoods in downtown Cleveland! Weekly tours explore the Gateway District, Warehouse District, Civic Center, Playhouse Square neighborhood and Canal Basin Park in the Flats. Each tour lasts approximately one and a half hours in length, and features actors and actresses portraying historic figures from Cleveland’s past. Over 26,000 people have enjoyed “taking a hike” to date. Mind you, “taking a hike” is more like taking a leisurely stroll.
Entertaining and educational, these tours offer visitors and residents alike the opportunity to learn about the history, culture and future plans of each tour area. Geared towards adults, the tours also offer younger audience members the chance to explore Cleveland in a whole new way.
Public Transportation and bikeways connect and surround downtown, however if you’re driving – suggested parking can be found across from Quicken Loans Arena between Huron Road and Prospect Avenue, in the parking garage of 200 Public Square on Superior Avenue or in the 515 Euclid garage at the corner of East 6th Street and Euclid Avenue. Street parking is typically also available, and meters are free on the weekends. Please read any event parking related signage closely to be aware of any special restrictions.
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We are pleased to announce Peter Kageyama as the Speaker of the 14th Annual Historic Downtown Cleveland Luncheon Forum, which will be held at The Wyndham Hotel in Playhouse Square on Wednesday, May 31st from 11:30 am-1:30 pm.
Kageyama is the author of For the Love of Cities: The Love Affair Between People and Their Places and the follow up, Love Where you Live: Creating Emotionally Engaging Places. He is the former President of Creative Tampa Bay, a grassroots community change organization and the co-founder of the Creative Cities Summit, an interdisciplinary conference that brings citizens and practitioners together around the big idea of “the city.”
14th Annual Historic Downtown Cleveland Luncheon Forum
Wednesday, May 31st
11:30 AM – 1:30 PM
at the Wyndam Hotel at Playhouse Square
Individual tickets: $75 per person
Corporate Benefactor Tables: $1500
If you have questions, please call 216-771-1994, or make your reservation online.
Historic Gateway Neighborhood Corporation, Historic Warehouse District Development Corporation and Playhouse Square District Development Corporation bring nationally renowned speakers to Cleveland each year at this popular annual event. Past speakers have included Jeff Speck, Mike Lydon, Dr. John Crompton, Honorable Joseph P. Riley, Jr. Stacy Mitchell, Christopher B. Leinberger and many others.
Join your friends from the Gateway District and Warehouse District for an Indians game group outing and pre-party at the Thirsty Parrot on Tuesday, June 27, 2017. The Cleveland Indians take on the Texas Rangers at 7:10 PM at Progressive Field.
Tickets are $16.50 per person. First come, first served. With each ticket purchased for this outing, you will receive a voucher for a complimentary sandwich at the Thirsty Parrot to be used before the game (while supplies last). Pre-party attendees will also enjoy pre-game beer sampling and draft specials featuring Great Lakes Brewing Co.
Tickets are going fast! Make your reservations today. An order form can be found here
, or call Joe at 216-771-1994. Reservations with complete payment are due by May 10th.
The Historic Gateway Neighborhood Corporation (HGNC) is excited to unveil new Gateway District signature street furniture through the installation of its first two Sidewalk Parks. A Sidewalk Park is a collection of street furniture installed on the sidewalk to create a public gathering space.
Specially designed for the Gateway District, the street furniture was designed by local artist Tom Hubbard and draws inspiration from the District’s turn of the century arcades and the decorative metal work found throughout the neighborhood. With names like Arcade, Taylor, Brace, Teller and Balustrade these updated designs, while rooted in history, bring playfulness and functionality to the streets.
This pilot project was made possible with $40,000 seed funding from Historic Gateway Neighborhood Corporation and additional support from Cumberland Development,LLC, Residence Inn Downtown Cleveland, Geis Companies and Heinen’s.