LakewoodAlive To Host “Knowing Your Home: Creating A Sound Investment” Workshop On March 12
Ready to think spring and tackle your home improvement projects? LakewoodAlive is here to help.
LakewoodAlive will host Knowing Your Home: Creating A Sound Investment on Thursday, March 12, from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at Sauced Taproom & Kitchen (14701-4 Detroit Avenue in Downtown Lakewood). This kickoff workshop features of a panel discussion addressing the process for completing major home improvement projects.
Our homes are 80+ years old, well-built, and just plain amazing structures. Sometimes the layout, design or aesthetics simply don't fit with the needs of the house and family. Larger projects can be daunting and oftentimes people don't know where to start or they get stuck.
Panelists will share wisdom and insights to make the construction process more streamlined and effective, equipping you with the knowledge you need to pursue your project with confidence. Moderated by Ian Andrews, Executive Director of LakewoodAlive, the panel of experts for “Creating A Sound Investment” consists of:
- Bill Gaydos, William J. Gaydos & Associates, LLC
- Chuck McGettrick, Architects C.A. McGettrick, Inc.
- Chris Parmelee, City of Lakewood
- Dana Paul, Prairie Stone
- Caroline Purcell, First Federal Lakewood
- Mike Quinn, Cleveland Lumber Company
To reserve your free spot for “Knowing Your Home: Creating A Sound Investment,” visit LakewoodAlive.org/SoundInvestment or call 216-521-0655.
Now in its seventh year, LakewoodAlive’s “Knowing Your Home” series draws hundreds of attendees annually. Our workshop series is generously supported by: City of Lakewood, Cleveland Lumber Company and First Federal Lakewood.
In lieu of charging for these events, we are asking participants to consider either making a donation to LakewoodAlive or bringing canned foods or other non-perishable items for donation to the Lakewood Community Services Center. We appreciate your support.
I am the Marketing & Development Manager for LakewoodAlive. I enjoy all things Lakewood, especially walking my basset hound through Madison Park.