|Carnegie Center update at Lorain Growth Breakfast
7/24 -- Barb Piscopo, executive director of the Lorain Historical Society, will speak at the Friday, Aug. 1, Lorain Growth Corporation Breakfast at the Palace Theatre on next's month's opening of the Carnegie Center of the Lorain Historial Society. Doors open shortly after 7 a.m. and breakfast served at 8 a.m. Cost of breakfast, $8.
|Carnegie Library building soon to be new Carnegie Center of Lorain Historical Society.|
RoverFest Coming to Black River Landing
7/18 -- RoverFest is coming to Lorain on July 26. For information go to /roverfest or to our Facebook page at loraingrowthcorp?ref=hl
Lorain ready to develop its properties, including downtown and waterfront
7/9 -- By Kaylee Remington, The Morning Journal
Like our new Lorain Growth Corporation Facebook page
6/28 -- Come check out our new Facebook page for up-to-date information on programs, events, guest speakers and more!
Mayor speaking to consortium
6/12 -- Lorain Mayor Chase Ritenaur and Rick Novak, executive director of the Lorain Port Authority, will be speaking at the Lorain Growth Corporation's Consortium meeting on Tuesday, July 8, at 1:30 p.m. at the Lorain Palace Theatre, 617 Broadway. The mayor and Novak will discuss future development in the Downtown Waterfront District and improvements that are underway.
|Mayor Chase Ritenauer and Rick Novak|
Catholic Charities 'Hearts of Humanity' Fundraiser
Port Authority's new brochure
Small Business and Entrepreneur Information Session
New Lorain Growth Breakfast site
Consortium meeting article
Consortium proposes 4 committees
Light Up Lorain
Cameras on Broadway
The American Slovak Club of Lorain -- The American Slovak Club was founded in September of 1935 as the American Slovak Home. It originally was a place for Slovak residents to have a home away from home that they could all go to and speak their own language and enjoy the evenings with their fellow Slovak neighbors. It later become the American Slovak Club and open to all Lorain residents and to the general public. The club features a bowling alley, club room, banquet facilities, and one of the best fish fry dinners anyone could ask for. The fish fry diners are served every Friday and draw record crowds who come to enjoy the great tasting Perch dinners. The American Slovak Club is located at 2915 Broadway