Shore Cultural Centre

THE SHORE CULTURAL CENTRE BUILDING WILL BE CLOSED ON LABOR DAY, SEPT. 1, 2014

WELCOME TO SHORE

At the heart of Downtown Euclid, Ohio, Shore Cultural Centre offers a wide range of cultural and educational programs and events. We are also the home to several local businesses and organizations, as well as the Euclid Farmers' Market on Fridays from May through October.


The wonderful historic structure that is now Shore Cultural Centre originally opened as the Shore School in 1913.

Euclid Farmers' Market Fridays through October 31st

The Euclid Farmers' Market features locally grown and organic produce, baked goods, bedding plants, herbs, jams, honey, tea, and more!! We also feature live music and regularly schedule free activities for kids and families. Make us part of the start of your weekend, take home delicious treats for your summer picnics and barbecues, and spend a little time enjoying beautiful Triangle Park in the heart of downtown Euclid.

                                         

                  




                                                                                           

Upcoming Events

05 Sep 2014 3:00 PM • Shore Cultural Centre
12 Sep 2014 3:00 PM • Shore Cultural Centre
19 Sep 2014 3:00 PM • Shore Cultural Centre
26 Sep 2014 3:00 PM • Shore Cultural Centre


Help us keep the great community events and programs happening here at Shore!  


Your contribution to Shore Cultural Centre helps to make arts accessible for our families, draw thousands of visitors to downtown Euclid and provide a home for dozens of arts-based and non-profit organizations.  Without your help, we can't make it happen!  Your contribution, in any amount that's meaningful to you, will help Shore thrive.

Thank you for your support!


You can make a secure online donation now using the button above.  Checks can also be made payable to Shore Cultural Centre Corporation, and sent to 291 E. 222nd Street, Euclid, OH  44123.  Shore is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.
 
Shore is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
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