Check out this opportunity to get it out through a month-long challenge to write 50,000 words — a little more than 1,600 a day.
Despite its name, what you produce during National Novel Writing Month doesn’t have to be a novel. It can be a memoir, a non-fiction work or collection of short stories. The point is to get in the writing groove for a month.
Check out National Novel Writing Month here — it starts Wednesday!
A local chapter will hold its “Thank God It’s Over” party on December 3 at the Lakewood Abbey.
Check out our newest community partner, She Collective, here at their website or on Facebook and at the Lakewood Abbey’s open house this Sunday (Sept. 17) , from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m..
Come on by this Sunday (Sept. 17) from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. and see what’s happening at the Abbey.
Meet our community partners, tour the building and see what’s available:
- Event venues
- Office space
- Co-work space.
Meet our community partners and learn about our social justice films and forums and Holy Hikes.
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Open House Poster Lakewood Abbey
The Lakewood Abbey welcomes two new partners in addressing needs of people in our community:
Work in Progress is a Lakewood firm offering coaching and consulting services, many geared toward people in recovery. Teresa and Gretchen have moved into a cool, second-floor office. You can find more about what they do at their website or Facebook page.
Refuge Recovery is a start-up recovery group that uses Buddhist principles in addressing addictions. They’ll begin meeting downstairs in the lounge downstairs on Thursday evenings at 7:30 p.m., beginning September 21. Find out more at their Facebook page or the website for the national group.
We’re offering three-month, trial co-work subscriptions — June, July and August — for free to the first 10 interested people. You just need to fill out an application and place a deposit on a key.
Questions? Shoot a message or a note to email@example.com.
The Lakewood Abbey is pleased to become home to the west side location of Childbloom Guitar of Cleveland.
The Childbloom Guitar program is a high skills method of learning music through the guitar and focuses on young people beginning at age 5.
Childbloom began in 1980. It was the first national program to introduce young kids to music through the guitar. Brian Kozak, the director of the Childbloom Program of Cleveland, has been running this program in Cleveland Heights for over 10 years and is now bringing Childbloom to the west side.
“Our goal has always been to provide kids with the skill and literacy necessary to allow them to go into whatever musical direction they wish,” Brian says.
We have some wonderful new spaces that will become available this summer. So, whether you’re looking for an event venue, co-work space or exclusive space suitable for offices, classrooms, a yoga studio or other uses that benefit the community, check out what’s available at the Lakewood Abbey.
The Lakewood Abbey was featured in an article in a recent issue of the Lakewood Observer. Read it here.
Lakewood Abbey, at the intersection of Hilliard Road and Woodward Avenue in southwest Lakewood, Ohio, fosters community by offering office space to organizations, venues for artistic performances and community gatherings and co-work space for freelancers.
It’s also home to Faith Lutheran Church and other partners interested in spiritual growth and the care and growth of children in the community.