The Broadway Slavic Village neighborhood is featured in GardenWalk 2020 on Saturday, July 11 ONLY, from 10am-5pm. From the Annual Polish Constitution Day Parade to the Pierogi Dash to the imaginative temporary art installations at Rooms To Let, Broadway Slavic Village celebrates its rich, ethnic history while embracing a new active and artistic lifestyle that is attractive to all city dwellers. The neighborhood’s outdoor amenities have been complemented by public art projects such as Arch Park, the Rotaflora and Newburgh Park. These public works of art have been followed by new gallery spaces opening in Slavic Village including the Magalen, Elevate Gallery and the Village Stage which all feature performance and visual art.
Slavic Village is also home to a variety of housing including “ready to move in” and “do-it-your-self” for homeowners, as well as lease and rental options. For information about housing in Slavic Village, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org, call 216-429-1182 ext. 102, or visit http://slavicvillagehomes.org/.
One of the best ways to see Broadway Slavic Village is by bicycle. GardenWalk private gardens, special features and community gardens are found throughout the neighborhood and are easily accessible via multi-purpose trails and bike lanes, including Fleet Avenue — Cleveland’s first “Complete and Green Street.” The neighborhood is connected to Cleveland MetroParks multi-purpose trails at both its eastern border (Ohio Erie Canal Towpath) and western border (Mill Creek Falls and multi-purpose trail to Garfield Reservation), and the Morgana Run Trail runs through the heart of the neighborhood. Information on scheduled GardenWalk Bike Tours and routes for those cycling on their own can be found here soon, or at the GardenWalk Refreshment Stations listed in the GardenWalk Guide. Bicyclists are responsible for their own safety and equipment.