Come Help Us Grow!

Come to Amherst and experience the quaint, small town feeling of a charming community with a distinctive business district, unique architecture, and a historic downtown that characterizes nineteenth century America.

Main Street Amherst has been designed to promote all aspects of the downtown business district by improving economic management, strengthening public participation, recruiting new businesses, rehabilitating buildings, and making downtown a fun place to visit.

Volunteers are always needed to help reach our goals! No amount of time or energy is too small. There are many different ways for you or business to be involved. Check out the Community Calendar for various committee meetings and events to learn more.

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3 Essentials of Delegation that Increase Productivity and Reduce Stress with Cathie Leimback- Agon Leadership

1. Clearly defining your expectations for each job and staff member

2. Delegrating tasks to employees with appropriate skills and resources

3. Provide feedback on workplace performance.

During this workshop you will receive and start using templates that will assist you in defining your expections, delegating tasks, and providing feedback.

Wednesday, October 12, 2016 from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m.

M.S.A. Community Center, 255 Park Ave., Amherst, OH 44001

$5 for M.S. Members/$15 for Non-Members

Please R.S.V.P. by Fri., Oct. 7, 2016 at 2 p.m. by calling (440) 984-6709.

 

 

Thank you to the Dancing on Main Street Partner, Corporate, Main and Rock n Roll Sponsors in helping us put on this event - Premier Toyota, Republic Services, Nordson Corporation, Amherst Eagles, CenturyLink, City of Amherst, Giant Eagle, Lorain County Speedway, The UPS Store 6115, Neil Elkins Insurance, Thome Farms, Country Day School, Dovin & Reber Jones Funeral, Hot Dog Heaven, McArthur & Sons, R.E. Rice, Rehabilitation Consultants, Captain's Club, Cedar Pub, Cork's & Stubby's, Park Bar & Grille, RC's Brewhouse, The Brew Kettle, The Pour House, Ziggy's Pub & Restaurant, First Federal of Lorain, Talmer Bank and Key Bank.


Plan to come downtown Amherst on Wednesday, September 14 between 6 p.m. and 8 p.m. to enjoy the last Walkin' on Wednesday of the summer.  Thank you to the following businesses for sponsoring this summer's series:  Alpha-Dog Pet Center, Studio Q Photography, Lorain County Habitat for Humanity, BAS Broadcasting (Mix 102.7 FM), Vaughnteriors Estate Sales & Shop, Dr. Douglas Means, Park Bar & Grille, The Donna's Howard Hanna, GenFed Credit Union, Watson Wellness, Inc., Attorney Alan W. Anderson and Anytime Fitness.

 

 The Explorer's Club has come to an end for this year, but it will return with new adventures next summer. Thank you to the businesses that participated as an Explorer Station: Studio Q Photography, Alpha-Dog Pet Center, Habitat for Humanity, A Beau Monde Salon, Sweets by Maggie, Watson Wellness, Inc., Edward Jones (downtown Amherst), Amherst Massage, D'Tutanelii's Pizza, Etc., Attorney Alan W. Anderson, IGA Foodliner, Olde Town Pizza House & Catering, Metro Computers, Park Bar & Grille,  and Carsmetics.