Canalway Partners hosts events in the Ohio & Erie Canalway National Heritage Area beyond the Towpath Trilogy Race Series.
View the Canalway Partners event calendar for the latest happenings.
May 8, 2021
RiverSweep is Ohio’s largest done-in-a-day cleanup effort. Each year, on the Saturday before Mother’s Day, local businesses, schools and individuals team up to clean our shared backyard.
RiverSweep will happen from 9am – 12 noon on Saturday, May 8.
Month of June, 2021
Cycle Canalway offers 12 self-guided leisure bike rides on the Towpath Trail.
Registered riders get free access to our “Adventure Guides” which include everything from directions and where to park to descriptions and links to the incredible historic and natural sights you’ll experience, activities you can enjoy on the trail, and a guide to nearby attractions.
Cleveland History Days – Tremont: Epicenter of Immigration
Third Week of June, 2021
This 90-minute self guided tour will lead you around the perimeter of Lincoln Park in Tremont and features many of the churches and other institutions built by (and for) successive waves of immigrants from the mid-19th century to the mid-20th century.
As you stroll through the neighborhood, you’ll read fascinating facts and learn about the central role Tremont played in the Cleveland’s story of immigration. Along the way, you’ll encounter local artists creating chalk artworks inspired by Cleveland immigration stories.
Start your walk at the Lincoln Park gazebo and follow the Cleveland History Days signs from stop to stop.
Take A Hike,
2021 Schedule TBD
Take a Hike® offers FREE seasonal guided walking tours of unique and historic neighborhoods in Cleveland! To accommodate physical distancing in light of COVID-19, 2020 Season tours are being offered as self-guided, interactive experiences. Using a mobile device, follow along with a virtual guide who will take guests along a designated virtual route utilizing clearly marked maps with identified stops. More than 38,000 people have enjoyed “taking a hike” to date. Keep in mind, “taking a hike” is more like taking a leisurely stroll.