Upcoming concerts put spotlight on the classics

February 8, 2018 by  

Chagrin Arts recently announced the performances that will make up its 2018 series, which emphasizes classical music.

First up is the [Read more]

Chagrin Falls lists 2018 infrastructure projects

January 1, 2018 by  

With 2018 now underway, Bill Tomko, mayor of Chagrin Falls, is taking stock of the projects the village plans to undertake during the year, some of which could stretch into [Read more]

Chagrin Falls plans old-fashioned Christmas

December 2, 2017 by  

Locals who might wonder what Christmas was like in the 1890s will soon have a chance to find out, thanks to the Chagrin Falls Historical Society and Museum.

The organization is [Read more]

Chagrin Falls officials and residents discuss plans for iconic bridge

November 2, 2017 by  

Chagrin Falls’ Village Parks Commission has been presented with several options that could be used to replace the Main Street bridge railing as part of a reconstruction project. The bridge is scheduled to [Read more]

New play coming to River Street Playhouse

October 2, 2017 by  

The River Street Playhouse in Chagrin Falls will be the first theater to mount a new comedy by Ed Walsh and Bob Noll, who are both local playwrights.

“Love, Honor and Other Complications” sees a [Read more]

Eighth documentary film festival on the way

September 8, 2017 by  

The eighth Chagrin Documentary Film Fest is coming soon, and organizers recently revealed the films that will be shown, and their categories.

The event is sponsored by the [Read more]

Shakespeare comes to Chagrin Falls

August 1, 2017 by  

Chagrin Falls will soon be the site of one of the most iconic plays in Shakespeare’s entire body of work, and indeed one of the most famous in [Read more]

Chagrin Falls theater holds festival

July 3, 2017 by  

The Chagrin Valley Little Theatre, located in Chagrin Falls, is holding a festival of plays over the next several weeks.

The ‘10-10 Festival’, as it [Read more]