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Asphalt Cinema on Friday, August 21, included a Safety Fair

Perfect weather for our final Asphalt Cinema of the season likely brought the largest crowd of the season with over 325 earlier in the evening. Included in August was a free Safety Fair with participation by the Cleveland Police and Fire Departments.

Impett Park, 3207 West 153rd Street, was the site of the fun, starting at 6:30 p.m. See the flyer, here.

Games along the main walkway were ofered as local merchants and non-profit organizations provided challenges for prizes. The faciliated fun started at 7:30 p.m. near the big, inflated movie screen.

All activities engaged the family crowd for a couple of hours before the animated movie started. The artistic portion of Asphalt Cinema is supported in part by the residents of Cuyahoga County through a public grant from Cuyahoga Arts and Culture.

Beverages, popcorn, and other concessions were available for purchase from West Denison Baseball League. But, the movie and fun activities were FREE of charge, thanks to our Asphalt Cinema sponsor, Fairview Hospital!

Asphalt Cinema Dates & Features:

See the photos from August on Facebook, here.

We look forward to seeing you again next summer!

Pork Chop Derby Pig Race
Family on a Blanket


The movie and all the activities were FREE of charge thanks to our sponsor, Fairview Hospital.


Highlights of Our Annual Town Meeting of June 16

Our 38th Annual Town Meeting returned to the auditorium of St. Joseph Academy (SJA) at 3470 Rocky River Drive on Tuesday, June 16, at 7 p.m. For the past two years, it was held next door to the academy at River's Edge, in part due to a $4.8 million expansion at SJA, which is now complete.

More than 200 guests joined us for the evening. The event was free of charge. On their way in, guests visted the display tables of local non-profit agencies to learn about how their programs may be of use. The evening's agenda included updates on neighborhood initiatives, such as the proposed Business Improvement District for "Downtown Kamm's Corners" and our discussions with Bellaire Puritas Development Corporation around a Strategic Alliance. Councilman Marty Keane provided news about city-related issues such as improvements proposed for Impett Park. Local historian Ralph Pfingsten, president of the West Park Historical Society, gave a brief presentation on the origin and borders of West Park.

Several awards were presented, including the Community Impact Award to SJA, celebrating its 125th anniversary. The Bob Bohr Safety Award went to First District Patrol Officers Hugh Mills and James Hoban for their outstanding service to the community. Sprinkled throughout the evening, was our always-popular "Spontaneous Raffle" rounding out the evening.

A short reception followed on the new Scholars Porch, an outdoor, rooftop area overlooking the Cleveland Metroparks. Cookies and beverages were served there. We are grateful to Fairview Hospital for their sponsorship of this key community event.

At the podium
The crowd
Officers Reviewing Impett Park Plans

SJA Community Impact

Scholars Porch Reception

A few scenes from the meeting, including the award recipients. View more photographs from the Annual Town Meeting on our Facebook page, here.

The Kamm's Corners Summer Arts & Entertainment Series

Presenting a wide breadth of musical, visual, and culinary arts at our family friendly events, the Kamm's Corners Summer Arts and Entertainment Series launches with The Hooley on Kamm's Corners and continues weekly throughout the summer at our Kamm's Corners Farmers Markets every Sunday from June through October. See the flyer. It is also a feature of Asphalt Cinema, a free outdoor movie evening on the third Fridays of June, July, and August at Impett Park. See the flyer.

We are grateful for the volunteer work of the many residents and business owners who take part in planning and running these events, making the series such a great success! To become involved, please e-mail marilyn.osborne@kammscorners.com or call 216-252-6559, ext. 1600.

We appreciate support from our generous sponsors such as Fairview Hospital in helping to pay for the Summer Arts & Entertainment Series.

In addition, we thank the residents of Cuyahoga County for supporting this program through a public grant from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture.

Funding from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture is different from our other funders because Cuyahoga County residents voted in 2006 to create this agency to fund the amazing arts and culture in our community with local tax dollars. KCDC is pleased to be among the groups funded in 2015.

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Links to Videos & Photos of Our Past Events

Video Highlights of The Hooley on Kamm's Corners™

The following videos were created by KCDC Manager of Office Operations and Hooley™ Event Manager Jackie Wohleber, with contributions from the KCDC staff:

Online Photo Albums

Enjoy these alphabetized online photo galleries of some of our past events. The photography and web gallery work was performed and donated by KCDC Business Member Joe Outlaw of Joe Outlaw Creative Services with contributions from KCDC staff and others. Anyone who would like a copy of one of the featured pictures may contact Joe at 216-941-6417. Many may be downloaded from the gallery at full size.

For more event information call 216-252-6559 ext. 1600 or email info at kammscorners.com.