My goal for this blog post is to share my 80 @sos_jr tweets and retweets, which have photos and videos from the event, as my way of thanking the organizers of this great, annual, Cleveland tradition. I also include below some of the articles and videos from the event.
Ten things you won’t want to miss at One World Day on Sunday August 27. Bonus Number 11 – Easy to get to One... https://t.co/doEMfh6v34— 2017 One World Day (@owdcleveland) August 25, 2017
TARDIS will appear this Sunday at the British Garden celebrating diversity and One World Day.… https://t.co/49SAMP4Boo— 2017 One World Day (@owdcleveland) August 26, 2017
Just one more day until the 72nd annual One World Day Sat. 8/27 from 11-7 p.m. at the Cleveland Cultural Gardens.... https://t.co/YJ6njgIkkZ— 2017 One World Day (@owdcleveland) August 26, 2017
If you want to go to One World Day tomorrow and after looking at the directions and parking info at... https://t.co/DB8utekSQ3— 2017 One World Day (@owdcleveland) August 26, 2017
The weather will be perfect! https://t.co/Amj2RM7GWQ— Dan Hanson (@DanHanson) August 26, 2017
Free Parking for One World Day Sun. 8/27 at the North Metropark lot and VA Garage south of the gardens.... https://t.co/yORPWFUUS5— 2017 One World Day (@owdcleveland) August 27, 2017
Check out the 72nd annual One World Day today from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at the Cleveland Cultural Gardens! Free... https://t.co/IUUdzUC2dH— 2017 One World Day (@owdcleveland) August 27, 2017
#OWD2017CLE Happening now!— 2017 One World Day (@owdcleveland) August 27, 2017
Live! From Polish Garden, the irish bouzouki https://t.co/l5mzGFsMSx— 2017 One World Day (@owdcleveland) August 27, 2017
Over 25k attended according to cpd. #owd2017cle— 2017 One World Day (@owdcleveland) August 27, 2017
I made a loop down St. Clair corridor, through Rockefeller Park, and back Superior. I love the history, diversity, architecture, murals— Joshua Jones (@Josh_CLE) August 27, 2017
What Others Say
I always like to include in my blog posts what others write about an event I attended. This is not the full list, but these articles and videos will give you some great information about 2017 One World Day.
Getting Naturalized at One World Day Makes a Mark
India native Manjula Nagaraja felt welcomed into the country and Cleveland at last year’s ceremony.
Posted 9:00 AM EST August 11, 2017, by Robert L. Smith (@rlsmithpd) on Cleveland Magazine (@ClevelandMag)
YouTube Video: One World Day
Published on Aug 24, 2017, by Kenny Crumpton (@KickinKenny) on Fox 8 News Cleveland (@Fox8News)
Note: I have seen Humble G Tha Fiddla (@humbleg_HipHope) several times now at events at the Cleveland Cultural Gardens, and recommend you listen to him play in this video! Also, see my videos of Humble G Tha Fiddla in the tweets above.
Cleveland Cultural Gardens celebrate One World Day, ethnic diversity (vintage photos)
Updated on August 25, 2017, at 12:13 PM; posted on August 24, 2017, at 7:01 AM by Laura DeMarco, The Plain Dealer firstname.lastname@example.org (@LauraDeMarcoCle - @ClevelandDotCom)
Photos From One World Day at Cleveland’s Cultural Gardens
August 27, 2017, photos by Emanuel Wallace (@MannyWallace) on Cleveland Scene (@ClevelandScene )
Note: Photo number 29 shows me wearing my Cleveland Shakespeare Festival (@Cleveshakesfest) shirt. I thought a Shakespeare shirt would be a good choice for the day, since the first Cultural Garden dedicated in 1916 was the Shakespeare Garden. I also recommend you follow @MannyWallace on Twitter, since he shares information about great events in Cleveland.
One World Day brings countries together in Cleveland's Cultural Gardens (photos)
Posted on August 28, 2017, at 6:00 AM by Lynn Ischay, The Plain Dealer email@example.com (@clevelynnish - @ClevelandDotCom)
Related Blog Posts
Learn more by reading these past blog posts:
Blog Date: October 5, 2014 - Cleveland's One World Festival 2014
Blog Date: September 4. 2013 - Cleveland's One World Festival & Shakespeare
I have enjoyed One World Day for many years now, and look forward to the next one in 2018! Thank you to the many volunteers and organizers keeping this great Cleveland tradition alive!