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The Cleveland Cultural Gardens - Perhaps the world's first peace garden, the Gardens embody the history of twentieth-century America. They reveal the history of immigration to, and migration within, the United States. They comment on how we have built communities and constructed our identities as individuals and collectives.
Sheila Murphy Crawford, president of the Cleveland Cultural Gardens Federation, introduced Mary Hamlin, Executive Secretary of the Garden Federation and British Garden delegate, at the ribbon cutting and dedication of the new Cultural Garden Kiosk on Martin Luther King Blvd. Mary read a piece from Garden founder and 2nd president Leo Weidenthal that spoke about the harmony of nations and the Gardens. http://www.clevelandpeople.com/dontmiss.htm
Chris Ronayne, President of University Circle Inc. in Cleveland, spoke at the ribbon cutting of a new Cleveland Cultural Gardens Flag. He told the crowd about the great relationship between the Cultural Gardens, University Circle and Holden Parks Trust. He presented a proclamation to Cleveland Cultural Gardens Federation President Sheila Murphy Crawford. http://www.clevelandpeople.com/
The Holden Parks Trust donated a flag and flagpole to the Cleveland Cultural Gardens Federation (CCGF) and a dedication ceremony was held on Sunday June 12. Former CCGF President Paul Burik told about the time capsule that will be buried there on One World Day on August 28, 2016. http://www.clevelandpeople.com/
The Cleveland Cultural Gardens Federation ended their Centennial Year by burying a time capsule at the Kiosk of the Gardens on MLK Blvd. The time capsule has information and artifacts about the Gardens and also Cleveland in 2016. (Go Cavs, Go Tribe) It will be opened in 25 years in 2041. Paul Burik was the main person behind the time capsule project. http://www.clevelandpeople.com/events/2016/gardens-time-capsule.htm
Группа Намек в Словацком Культурном Саду - в Кливленде 27 Августа 2017 года исполняет "По Невскому". Namek Band performing their original - "Po Nevskomy" @ Cleveland Cultural Gardens (Slovak Site) on 08/27/2017. Direct video link: https://youtu.be/UUoKLbH9phI Concert link: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLq-SMgCAhNRoi5rQ5Wdr5W0v8Axj9pzTT #Намек #Намёк #Namek #ПоНевскому #Питер #СанктПетербург #Ленинград #OneWorldDay #ClevelandCulturalGardens
Outgoing Cleveland Cultural Gardens Federation President Sheila Murphy Crawford introduced the new board at the installation dinner on April 4, 2017. Retired Judge Diane Karpinski then read the oath and the new board was sworn in. http://www.clevelandpeople.com/
Sheila Murphy Crawford, president of the Cleveland Cultural Gardens Federation, invited Cleveland Mayor Frank Jackson and other dignitaries to ceremonially break ground in the Centennial Plaza of the Cultural Gardens during the 71st annual One World Day in the Centennial Year of the Cleveland Cultural Gardens. In the background, the band No Strangers Here consisting of Pat Hoynes, Bob Crawford and Larry Bachtel performed a special version of the Garden Song (Inch by Inch, Row by Row) at One World Day 2016 in the Cleveland Cultural Gardens. The lyrics spoke about the Centennial of the Cleveland Cultural Gardens and the 71st annual One World Day. http://www.clevelandpeople.com/dontmiss.htm
The Cleveland Cultural Garden Federation officer induction ceremony was held at the Ariel International Center in Cleveland. President Sheila Murphy Crawford introduced Radhika Reddy of Ariel who told the Cultural Garden crowd about the philosophy and future of the Center. http://www.clevelandpeople.com/dontmiss.htm
Группа Намек в Словацком Культурном Саду - в Кливленде 27 Августа 2017 года исполняет "Я То Что Надо". Namek Band performing - "Ia To Chto Nado" @ Cleveland Cultural Gardens (Slovak Site) on 08/27/2017.
Группа Намек в Словацком Культурном Саду - в Кливленде 27 Августа 2017 года исполняет "That's All Right". Namek Band performing - "That's All Right" @ Cleveland Cultural Gardens (Slovak Site) on 08/27/2017.
At the first annual Cleveland Cultural Gardens Kids Festival the kids colored pictures of a Cornflower which is the national flower of Estonia. Then story time with Erika Puussar where the kids learned to say dog (koer) in Estonian, and they played the Bees in the Garden game led by Teevi Champa that every kid plays in Estonia. http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/estonian/estonian.htm
Mehmet Gencer from the Turkish Cultural Garden committee welcomed the crowd to the dedication of the new Turkish Garden in the Cleveland Cultural Gardens. The dedication took place 93 years after the founding of the Republic of Turkey on October 29, 1923 by Mustafa Kemal Atatürk. Gencer introduced Cleveland Cultural Gardens Federation president Sheila Murphy Crawford who welcomed the Turkish community to the family of Cultural Gardens. http://www.clevelandpeople.com/groups/turk/turk.htm
Sheila Murphy Crawford, president of the Cleveland Cultural Gardens Federation, presented a service award to landscape architect James McKnight for his service to the Cultural Gardens over the years. Jim has helped the Greek, Irish, Indian, Serbian, Albanian, Croatian, Slovak, Russian, Turkish and Korean Gardens. He received the award at the annual One World Day festival in Cleveland Ohio. http://www.clevelandpeople.com/dontmiss.htm