The end of summer is just around the corner, so make the most of the warmer weather and blue skies with these seasonal North Coast Harbor events:

Tradition returns to the lakefront:
Cleveland National Air Show!

Cleveland will host the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds as headliners of the 2019 Cleveland National Air Show presented by Discount Drug Mart.

Each show day, the six select Thunderbird demonstration pilots will put their distinct red, white and blue F-16 Falcon jet fighters through a choreographed hour-long performance at speeds up to 500 mph and as close as three feet from each other. The demonstration features 40 maneuvers including the trademarked Thunderbird six-plane delta formation, high bomb burst and solo knife-edge pass. More details- click the link below!

Info & Tickets!

Harbor Summer Recap

On July 30, we hosted our 6th Annual Kids Fish CLE for FREE event with the Downtown Cleveland Alliance and Cleveland Police Foundation. This year was our biggest event to date with 550 attendees. Free lunch, face painting, yard games and hula hoop contests energized Voinovich Park from 11AM to 2PM. Awards were given to the biggest and smallest catch each hour. Cleveland Police K-9, Mounted and Motorcyle Unit as well as SWAT were present to engage with the community. We thank everyone that came out and we look forward to July 2020!
Brunswick native Jason Tetlak reached out to the Downtown Cleveland Alliance to bring his vibrant artwork to North Coast Harbor. The mural is one of a kind and is two murals in one composition. The top view reveals the message “I woke up feeling dangerous” a playful catch phrase from Cleveland Brown’s QB Baker Mayfield.  With the help of decoder lenses or red filter a second message is revealed- “Baker Mayfield”. The mural is located at the end of the  E 9th Street Pier behind Nuevo Cleveland. 
The Cleveland Water Lantern Festival made its debut August 17th at Voinovich Park. The event hosted over 3,000 people with 2,500 bamboo and rice paper lanterns released into a contained portion of Lake Erie. Following the 5 hour event the lanterns were removed from the harbor and recycled. The event supported love and community; many lanterns represented the loss of loved ones and overcoming hardships. The festival plans to return to Cleveland Summer 2020. 

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