Shore Cultural Centre

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Shore Cultural Centre building will be CLOSED on the following days:


New Years Day, January 1

Martin Luther King Day, January 20

Presidents Day, February 17

Memorial Day, May 25

Independence Day (observed), July 3

Labor Day, September 7

Day before Thanksgiving, November 25, building closes at 12pm

Thanksgiving, November 26

Black Friday, November 27

Christmas Eve, December 24

Christmas Day, December 25

New Years Eve, December 31, building closes at 6pm 

In observance of 2018 holidays, the Shore Cultural Centre building will be CLOSED on the following days:

Coronavirus Update

We want to thank the Shore community for their understanding and support during this COVID-19 health crisis. As businesses and organizations throughout Ohio begin to reopen in the coming weeks, our staff is working on plans to phase in opening our building to the public. Our plan is dependent on several factors including guidelines from Governor DeWine and the City of Euclid and our ability to provide protective equipment for our staff. Your safety and that of our staff is our highest concern.

Starting May 4, tenants will be returning to the building. Everyone entering our building is encouraged to wear a face mask and to maintain the standard social distancing of 6 feet apart. No groups of more than 10 people are allowed at any time. The Management Office will have limited hours: Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 9 am – 1 pm. We will not be accepting any reservations for room rentals.

If you need information about services offered by tenants in the building, please view the Shore Tenants page where you can find links and contact information about the businesses housed here.  It is advisable to first call your instructor or contact person regarding their plans.

Our website is just one way you can keep up to date about current news at Shore Cultural Centre. You can also follow our Facebook page.

We certainly miss your smiling faces and the sounds of laughter in the building. Shore is most alive when it is filled with people playing, exercising, learning, and enjoying all that our wonderful space has to offer. We hope to see you soon.

Laura Kidder
Executive Director

The wonderful historic structure that is now Shore Cultural Centre originally opened as the Shore School in 1913.

Shore Cultural Centre is proud to be listed on the National Register of Historic Places. 


What is Shore?

At the heart of downtown Euclid, Ohio, Shore is a cultural arts centre offering a wide range of cultural and educational programs and events. We are home to art studios, businesses, and organizations, as well as the Euclid Farmers' Market during the summer. Silhouette Productions and other community theater groups perform in our auditorium. Shore also has a variety of spaces available for public rent, from party and meeting rooms to our 850-seat auditorium and gymnasium. 

Thank you for your generous support. 


      The Char and Chuck Fowler Family Foundation

Upcoming Classes & Events

19 Jul 2020 2:00 PM • Tizzano's Party Center

Help us keep the great community events and programs happening here at Shore!  

Art by Walt Neil, photograph by Jen Hearn Photography.

Your contribution to Shore Cultural Centre helps to make arts accessible for our families, draw hundreds of visitors to downtown Euclid, and provide a home for dozens of arts-based and non-profit organizations. Without your help, we can't make it happen! Your contribution, in any amount that's meaningful to you, will help Shore thrive.


You can make a secure online donation now using the button above. Checks can also be made payable to Shore Cultural Centre Corporation, and mailed or delivered to
291 E. 222nd Street, Euclid, OH 44123. 
Shore is a 501(c)3 non-profit organization.

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