I love going to the local places and this one has all I need and at a reasonable price! Very close to home and carries what we have always needed. I like shopping where the service is always with a smile like at Wilke!
I had my son's birthday party here. It was pizza, pop and pins. All the guest had a great time bowling! My son was so happy that he picked this place to have his party! The price was good and the pizza was good & the kids had a blast - what more could you ask for?? :)
Euclid library has all you need and then some! I have attended many classes and have enjoyed all! This library even has close to new releases to borrow! The childrens section has 2 computer sections, one for the older kids and one for the younger ones. My son LOVES to go there and play educational games! Not only does the library have all the above but they have a huge selections of books too!! :)
Cleveland State University is a great place to attend. I am in the process of earning my bachelors degree in education. I like everything about CSU from the professors and the classes to the multicultural campus and atmosphere.
This is like a very old fashioned barber shop. Service is good but not all the glam you'd get in a high priced salon. This is a great place for men and kids to go get a good and inexpensive cut!
I took my son in to get a simple cut and she did a GREAT job! She was very nice and knowlegeable of her craft! My son really liked his cut as well! I would reccommend coming in at a slow time through b/c it was very busy when we were leaving and I could see that some of the customers were being a bit crabby.
This is the place to go when you really need that certain something for a project or lesson plan! They have great sales too! As an educator, this is my favorite place to buy whatever it is that I need to help my class learn!
The concept of this learning center is great! Located in a nice neighborhood. Other CW's are awesome but this particular center has too high of a teacher turnover rate. I think parents should talk to the teachers and observe longer in the classrooms during surprise visits. Parents should have questions available for the teachers and not so much for the administration.