Bridge St. Sale items include vintage jewelry, doors and roofing slates from old Berea homes, framed Meyers’ prints, vintage tools, glassware, commemorative plates,
hats and purses.
All items have been carefully selected by the museum’s antique advisors.
NETWORKING — Join the Berea Chamber of Commerce for after-hours networking from 5-7 p.m. today at the new Riverside Gables Bed & Breakfast, 50 N. Rocky River Drive.
B&B owners Catherine and Kevin McDonough will also provide a tour of their new bed and breakfast.
Email email@example.com or call 440-243-8415
if you intend to attend this event.
VBS — Children ages 3 through third grade are invited to
register prior to June 24 for the Sonwest Round-up vacation Bible school, sponsored by the Berea United Methodist Church.
This year’s event, “SonRoundup: A Rip-Roaring Goodtime with Jesus,” has a western flavor and will be from 9:30 a.m. to noon June 24-28 at the Children’s Home Farm at Lewis and West roads, Olmsted Falls.
The event is sponsored by the Berea United Methodist Church, 170 Seminary St.
Contact the church office at 440-234-3525 for registration and additional information.
GO TO THE DOGS — Berea Animal Rescue Friends needs
volunteers to work with dogs.
Help is needed from 7:15-8 a.m. to get dogs out of their kennels. This is not a dog walking shift.
Volunteers are especially needed on Monday, Wednesday and Friday, and dog walkers are needed on other shifts during the week.
For more information, visit bereaanimalrescue.com or call 440-234-2034.
PICTURE THIS — Berea Animal Rescue Friends is also seeking a dog photographer and a K-9 website coordinator to post online pictures and descriptions of dogs ready for adoption.
This position requires good computer and writing skills.
The K-9 website coordinator does not need to be the photographer.
Interested individuals should contact Lynda at firstname.lastname@example.org.
LAY OF THE LAND — Join landscape expert Jeff
Mulbach at 7 p.m. today at the Berea library, 7 Berea Commons, and learn how to utilize color, texture, form and layering to enhance the beauty of your landscape and create four seasons of interest.
Registration is required. To register, visit cuyahogalibrary.org or call the Berea library at 440-234-5475.
Contact Heileman at email@example.com.