The Lake Erie Folk Fest is a collaboration of the Northeast Ohio Musical Heritage Association, which also produces the Blue Sky Folk Festival, and the Shore Cultural Centre, a former high school turned innovative arts center in downtown Euclid.
The festival brings together two communities in a late-winter cross-pollination of the arts: Euclid's diverse arts community, and Northeast Ohio's traditional roots music community. For more information please contact Laura Lewis via email, or call Shore Cultural Centre, 216-289-8578.
About Northeast Ohio Musical Heritage Association
NEOMHA produces both the Lake Erie Folk Fest and the Blue Sky Folk Festival, whose ninth annual music festival will be held at the Fine Arts Association in Willoughby, Ohio on August 17, 2019. NEOMHA's mission is to provide venues and opportunities for the performance, sustenance and preservation of folk music in our region. Our goal is to create experiences that inspire a personal love and appreciation of folk music.
About the Shore Cultural Centre
At the heart of downtown Euclid, Ohio, the Shore Cultural Centre offers a wide range of cultural and educational programs and events. The center's historic building is home to art studios, businesses, and organizations, as well as the Euclid Farmers' Market on Fridays from May through October. Silhouette Productions and other community theater groups perform in the center's spacious auditorium. Shore also has a variety of spaces available for public rent, from party and meeting rooms to an 850-seat auditorium and gymnasium.