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Please Bring Balloons by Lindsay Ward

Gift Idea? Balloons, Bears, Birds and Butterflies. Get to know local author/illustrator Lindsay Ward!

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NYC artist and Sundance filmmaker Dustin Grella of Dusty Studios will be in Cleveland this weekend at Burnt Toast Farms & Studio. Grella, a seasoned filmmaker/animator will lead his studio workshop and lecture on stop motion animation and film making Saturday, Aug. 22nd from 1-3PM. If you can't make the workshop, not to fret! You can still be a part of the action by calling into Dusty Studios' Animation Hotline, a series of micro-animations that use crowd-sourced voicemail messages for content and inspiration. Call into the public phone number that's set up for you to call in with your stories, poems, insights, questions, visions, quests, drunkalogues, lists, memories, passions, current events, opinions, secrets, truths, lies, or anything else you want to talk about in one minute or less, and watch your story come to life! The Animation Hotline will be open Friday till Sunday at: # 212-683-2490 #burnttoastfarms #filmmaking #animationhotline - Animation Hotline short: / Tickets:!animation-studio/ci5l ... See MoreSee Less

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FutureHeights is now offering mini-grants of up to $1,000 for neighbors to get together for improvement projects.

The application, including FAQs is on the homepage. The application deadline Sept. 15.
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