Major Events

Special Events  |  Recurring Events | Regular Meetings

✻ Cleveland Divestment Project Monthly Meeting – Monday, Feb. 11, 2019, 7pm, Cleveland Heights Main Library, Brody/Nelson Room, 2345 Lee Road, Cleveland Heights. Anyone interested in divesting from fossil fuels is welcome.

✻ FEBRUARY 14-MARCH 2, 2019″Fire on the Water” at Cleveland Public TheatreEnjoy a discount on the acclaimed play, “Fire on the Water” at Cleveland Public Theatre. Info…

✻ Benefit Concert for Litterbugz – Sunday, February 24, 2019, 3pm – 7pm, The Winchester, 12112 Madison Ave, Lakewood 44107. The Cleveland Blue Grass Orchestra will perform. Litterbugz is a non-profit that organizes clean ups all over greater Cleveland. $15 advance tickets, $ 20 at the door. Call for information 440-829-4703.

✻ Rain Barrel Workshop – February 27, 2019, 6 pm, Warrensville Heights Library, 4415 Northfield Rd, Warrensville Heights 44128. Learn how to install a rain garden on your property. This can help improve water quality and reduce your NEORSD stormwater fees! Sponsored by West Creek Conservancy.

✻ The Future of the Electrical Grid and Renewable Energy – March 3, 2019, 9:30am, First Unitarian Universalist Church of Cleveland, 21600 Shaker Blvd, Shaker Heights.

✻ NEO Sierra Club Rainforest Committee Meeting – Thursday, March 7, 2019
The NEO Sierra Rainforest Committee will hold its next meeting on Thursday, March 7, 2019 at 7 PM in the Warrensville Heights Library, 4415 Northfield Rd, Warrensville Heights, OH 44128. At the meeting, Dr. Katherine Krynak of Ohio Northern University will discuss her research on Ecuadorian frogs. Everyone is welcome but due to limited seating please notify Michael Melampy at if you plan to attend.

✻ Program and Film at CMA – This free event will be held at the Cleveland Museum of Art Recital Hall on Sunday, April 28, from 2 – 4 PM. There will be a showing of the documentary “Nicotine Bees.” Info…

➡ Every Monday: Meat-Free Monday. Meat production uses tremendous amounts of water and is one of the greatest sources of methane emissions.  Methane is 80%-100% more potent as a greenhouse gas than carbon in a 20 year time period. For more information about Meat-Free Mondays go to:


Contact Jessica Ferrato at to sign up for a cleanup or a workshop, arrange a drop-off of donated items for a fundraiser, help prepare & distribute rain barrels to salons, volunteer to help out with any event, or find out more!

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Recurring Events


City Fresh Mondays
Great Lakes Brewing Company Cellar

A monthly gathering of folks who want to learn, have dialogues and collaborate on issues related to food, health, community development and the environment. Hosted by the New Agrarian Center and Great Lakes Brewing Company. Free! For more info, contact Brad Masi, NAC Executive Director

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Other Resources for Fun Activities Cleveland Metroparks

Cuyahoga Valley National Park
216-524-1497 or 440-546-5991

Lake County Metroparks

Native Plant Society of Northeast Ohio

Nature Center at Shaker Lakes

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Executive Committee

There are many opportunities to volunteer with the Northeast Ohio Sierra Club. We have an opening in our ExCom Committee, we need fundraising and events volunteers, help with Inspiring Connections Outdoors–a program for taking kids on monthly outings and more. Read more…

Coal & Energy

Stand up against coal bailouts in person June 15 in Columbus. June 15 marks the beginning of legal proceedings for First Energy’s bailout proposal. Read more…

Rainforest Committee

At the meeting,  Dr. Katherine Krynak of Ohio Northern University will discuss her research on Ecuadorian frogs.  Everyone is welcome but due to limited seating please RSVP. Read more…