Cold weather has delayed spring […]
Main Street Lorain/ Lorain Growth Corp is proud to be a partner in the grant that allows this economic catalyst for the city of Lorain. Our partners, the City of Lorain, Lorain Port Authority and Charleston Village are excited about the marketing of these properties and promoting their development. This is hopefully a game changer for Lorain and will coincide with our downtown development plan that these partners and Main Street Lorain already have underway. The new hotel, the Broadway Streetscape, revitalization in the 9th, 8th, 6th, 5th, and 4th St corridors and much more to come
Jim Long/ President
Main Street Lorain/ Lorain Growth
Breakfast Meeting will be April 6th held at […]
Tiffany McClelland, Economic Development Specialist for the Lorain Port Authority, will speak at the March 2 Main Street Lorain/Lorain Growth Corporation consortium breakfast meeting at the Palace Theater, 617 Broadway. With her will be Lil, the border collie trained to keep
geese away from the Black River Landing festival grounds. Tiffany will speak on economic development in the city of Lorain. Doors open at
7:30 am and we start serving breakfast at 8 am. If you wish to eat, breakfast is only $7. The meeting is open to everyone. Reports will be made by others on developments and activities in Lorain’s downtown waterfront area.
Here is a photo of Lil.
On February 2nd LoCo Yaks will speak at the Main Street Lorain breakfast meeting. They will discuss Black River clean up progress and future plans in the development of the Black River. The meeting starts at 8:00am and is held at the Lorain Palace Theatre at 617 Broadway.
Main Street Lorain had its next consortium meeting on January 5th 2018. It was held at the Palace and started at 8:00am. The Speaker was Tom Brown Executive Director of the Lorain Port Authority. Tom updated us on the Spitzer development project and other Port activities for 2018
On December 1st at 8am the Main Street Lorain had their meeting at the Spectrum Offices at 129 West 4th St (the old Club West). Jim Long requested committee reports and updates. There was announcements from Waterfront Winterfest and LGC Tourism council. Also Spectrum updated us on new projects they are developing downtown at 401 Broadway. Breakfast was offered for $7.00 per person.
LORAIN KICKS OFF HOLIDAY SEASON WITH
(November 1, 2017) Main Street Lorain – LGCwill once again host Lorain Waterfront Winterfest, the community-based, family-friendly event that kicks-off the holiday season in Downtown Lorain over Thanksgiving weekend on Saturday, November 25, 2017.
As in past years, Waterfront Winterfest will offer time-honored holiday activities including fireworks, magical and enchanting Christmas lights, and of course, the arrival of Santa. “The highlight every year is the arrival of Santa and this year will be extra special when he arrives at Veterans Park on the “Red Express” with super heroes and elves,” Steve Bansek, Waterfront Winterfest chairman said. “We are also delighted to have WKYC reporter and Lorain native, Tiffany Tarpley, join us again this year for the festivities.”
Winterfest kicks-off with entertainment at Veteran’s Park and the arrival of Santa and the lighting of Christmas […]