02/17/18 - 08/12/18
Cleveland Museum of Natural History
The Doan Brook Watershed Partnership (DBWP) invites Northeast Ohio residents to “get hooked” and enjoy a day of free fishing and outdoor activities with friends and family at University Circle’s historic Rockefeller Park Lagoon on Saturday, July 14, from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Family members of all ages will learn how to cast, tie knots, and fish for bluegill, bass, and catfish in the stocked lagoon with provided bait and tackle. Participants will also have the opportunity to learn how to handle and identify native Ohio fish, look at local aquatic life under a microscope, enjoy a variety of arts and crafts, and fill up with a free hot dog lunch. The day presents a fun way to learn the importance of clean water to our lives and local economy.
Fishing rods and equipment will be available for children who do not have their own, but
registration is a must. Participants should bring a cooler and ice if they plan to keep their
Advanced registration required: registration will be available online at
www.doanbrookpartnership.org in early June or call Andrew at 216-325-7781. Free parking is
available in the adjacent VA Hospital Garage, 10701 East Blvd., Cleveland, Ohio 44106.