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Our Mission

The Blue Sky Folk Festival was started in 2011 in Kirtland and expanded to the Blue Sky Music Series in 2014.  Our objectives are to:

  • Provide a one-day event for Northeast Ohio folk musicians to meet and jam with each other
  • Provide evening and day-long events to bring Americana music to new audiences in Northeast Ohio
  • Encourage amateur musicians and provide a showcase for both amateurs and professionals
  • Help build Lake and Geauga County’s reputation in Northeast Ohio and beyond as a place that celebrates folk music
  • Help build a folk music community in Lake County and beyond
  • Provide family-friendly, fun, out-of-the-ordinary events for Northeast Ohio and beyond

 

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Our Organization

The North East Ohio Musical Heritage Association was incorporated as a nonprofit in 2014 as an umbrella organization for the Blue Sky. Its goal is to provide avenues for the performance, preservation and sustenance of music and other arts that reflect the diverse heritage and traditions of the peoples of Northeast Ohio and North America. 

Mailing address: NEOMHA, PO Box 1032, Chardon, Ohio 44024.

 

Our Venue

East Shore Unitarian Church was started as a Fellowship in 1956 by approximately 60 families who wanted to provide a place of worship for a liberal theology and a venue for social service and social justice to their community. Since then we have grown to approximately 200 members and have been involved in starting and/or supporting many local social service organizations such as Forbes House, the Family Planning Association, Project Hope and our monthly gifts of food and cash to the Lake County Salvation Army. www.eastshore.org

See you June 20, 2015 for our fifth annual Blue Sky Folk Festival!

 

Map and directions


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From Interstate 90: Take Exit No. 193, the Lakeland Community College exit, and go south on Route 306 for 5.1 miles. A good landmark to indicate you are getting close is at 4.5 miles where you will cross Route 6 (Euclid-Chardon Road) and continue for 0.6 miles. East Shore is on your right.

From the south: Take I-271 north, then go east on I-90 (towards Erie, Pa.). From I-90, take Exit No. 193, the Lakeland Community College exit, and go south on Route 306 for 5.1 miles. A good landmark to indicate you are getting close is at 4.5 miles where you will cross Route 6 (Euclid-Chardon Road) and continue for 0.6 miles. East Shore is on your right.

From the southwest: From Route 322 (Mayfield Rd), Route 87, or Route 422, whichever one you are closest to, follow it east until you intersect Ohio 306. Turn north on Ohio 306, Chillicothe Rd. From the intersection of 306 and 322 (Mayfield Road), continue north for 4.0 miles. East Shore is on your left.

From the southeast: From Route 322 (Mayfield Rd), Route 87, or Route 422, whichever one you are closest to, follow it west until you intersect Ohio 306. Turn north on Ohio 306, Chillicothe Rd. From the intersection of 306 and 322 (Mayfield Road), continue north for 4.0 miles. East Shore is on your left.

 

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