You can hear Tina Boyes, a fifth-generation Kenmore resident and chairperson of the Kenmore Better Block street festival, talking about how this is much more than a one-time event. Instead, it demonstrates what Kenmore Boulevard can be: a vibrant business district once again. For more information, visit the Kenmore Better Block website or listen to the shows from today and last week.
This week's other guests are:
Chris Stranahan, who owns the Wild Birds Unlimited store on Howe Avenue in Cuyahoga Falls. Next Saturday, Sept. 9, the store will host a naturalist who will tell you how caterpillars turn into Monarch butterflies. And every day, he and his staff can give you everything you need to know about keeping the birds in your yard happy and well fed. For more information, visit the store's Facebook page, call 330.922.4990 or check out the website.
Dave Kirschbaum of the Cascade Locks Park Association talked about the organization's Life & Death on the Locks, an 1800s Murder Mystery Gala. It takes place Sept. 16 beginning at 5:30 p.m. at the New Trailhead Event Space at Cascade Lofts, 21 W. North St. in Akron. For more information, call 330.374.5625 or visit the Cascade Locks website.