Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio, October 2, 2018 - The City of Cuyahoga Falls and Western Reserve Hospital are excited to announce “Summer Fun Flows Here,” a photo exhibit located in Cuyahoga Falls City Hall. The exhibit celebrates summer fun in Downtown Cuyahoga Falls through the creative lenses of residents and visitors. Community members and visitors were asked to submit images that showcased their unique experiences in the newly redeveloped Downtown Cuyahoga Falls.
“We were proud to partner with the City on this project that gave community members a way to creatively share their appreciation for the newly developed Downtown Cuyahoga Falls,” said Dr. Robert Kent, president and CEO, Western Reserve Hospital. “These photos offer a diverse array of viewpoints and activities, and visually tell the story of one of our City’s best assets.”
"We were thrilled as we watched our riverfront and downtown come back to life through the Falls Downtown Fridays event series, festivals, and the reopening of Front Street," stated Mayor Don Walters. "It is exciting to see the photos that were captured of our downtown with everyone out and about enjoying our local businesses and celebrating our new family and pet friendly public spaces and events."
The Summer Fun Flows Here photo series truly encompasses why life is better in Cuyahoga Falls. The community is invited to view the art show in City Hall through November 30th during regular business hours, Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the main hallway, in the main conference room and in the office of Mayor Don Walters. Photo series participants include: Andrew Fry, Layla Wayman, Erin Dockery, Thomas Sullivan, Victoria Rose, Adam Nicholson, Scott Hopkins, Craig Fisher, Bobbi Baird and Matt Weiss.