Sunday Mar 18 @ 2:00 AM
Impact of Faith on End of Life Descisions
Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage – Nine in ten American believe in a higher spiritual power. What is the impact of such faith on medical decisions, end-of-life care, organ donation, and community? Join our distinguished panel, including Laura Rodriguez-Carbone of Lifebanc, Rabbi Joshua Caruso of Anshe Chesed Fairmount Temple, and Andrew Trew, Adjunct Professor of Business Ethics/Bioethics at John Carroll University, for a revealing exploration of these issues.
Sunday Mar 18 @ 10:00 AM
Deaf and Hard of Hearing Day
Greater Cleveland Aquarium – On Sunday, March 18, the Aquarium is partnering with the Community Center for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, part of the Cleveland Hearing & Speech Center, to invite the deaf and hard of hearing community to visit the aquarium. We will have 4-5 sign language interpreters throughout the day in various galleries. Interpreters will also be on hand for our interactive shark dive shows and for the 3:30pm Shark Feed. $5 off admission this day ONLY using the code "DEAF" at the admissions counter. *Discount can only be used on 3/18, cannot be combined with other offers and only be used at front desk.*
Sunday Mar 18 @ 11:00 AM
Survival Day Brunch!
Two Bucks Avon – HANGOVER CURE: BRUNCH WITH US- Bloody Mary BAR WAFFLE BAR BRUNCH MENU DRINK SPECIALS ITS HAPPY HOUR EVERY HOUR
Sunday Mar 18 @ 12:15 PM
Spring Fling Bachata Brunch
Viva Dance Studio – Bachata Brunch is back in March! We are changing this up a little bit and now offer Bachata Workshops featuring different instructors at 12:15pm before the start of the brunch! This is still a potluck! We love all the amazing food you've been bringing! Brunch Admission: $5 Bachata Pre-dance Workshop: $5
Sunday Mar 18 @ 1:00 PM
Walk the Walk- How to in heels and more
The Cleveland Burlesque Academy – Welcome Guest Teacher International performer Gigi La Femme from Nashville About the workshop. Walk the Walk: a how-to-in-heels (60 or 90 minutes) Ready to move beyond your comfort zone? Do you like to live life dangerously? Have you ever wanted to step it up a notch...literally? Well, look no further! Walk the Walk is all about channeling your confidence through a killer pair of heels. Whether you’re moving slightly beyond your ballroom kicks or upgrading to 5 inchers, we'll start off class with a stretchy & strengthening warm-up followed by dance-based drills, tip & tricks that will have you kicking up your stems with ease in no time! Please wear comfortable clothing made for movement & bring 1-2 pairs of heels and kneepads if you require a little extra protection during warm up. Cost $20.00 You need comfy clothing and heels
Sunday Mar 18 @ 1:00 PM
Under the Sea Pageant
Great Lakes Mall – Do you have a beautiful baby? Does your child enjoy being in front of an audience? Do you want to be discovered? Sunburst Beauty Pageants are always looking for new faces and will be at Great Lakes Mall on Sunday, March 18 at 1pm for the Under the Sea Pageant! For all the details visit sunburstbeauty.com or call (727) 258-7053. Pageant location: Macy's Concourse
Sunday Mar 18 @ 1:00 PM
Self-Care & Self-Love with Diane Speer
Studio 11 – Finish the month of love in an afternoon to deeply nourish and love YOU! Discover and fall in love with beautiful YOU in afternoon of easy to master practices for your inner self. You will be inspired and gratified to experience the Spirit that drives your aliveness. We will explore gentle yoga and mindfulness techniques to focus on balancing and integrating your body, mind and spirit. You will therapeutically move your body with gentleness and ease, calm your emotions and revitalize your energy in a way that is meaningful for you. Join us and find out how easy it is to use these practical tools daily for stress free living empowering YOU to cultivate peace of mind, transform negative emotions, awaken of your inner wisdom and free your true potentials. Meet Diane from the NY metro area. She will be collaborating with Studio 11 on our first 200hr Yoga Teacher Training program starting in May 2018. Diane Speer is a yoga and meditation teacher trainer and holistic lifestyle consultant with 25 years of experience providing certification programs and lifestyle enrichment training for personal and professional development. Check out her bio on our website. Join in an afternoon to deeply nourish YOU
Sunday Mar 18 @ 2:00 PM
Lise de la Salle
Tri-C Presents – In just a few years, through her international concert appearances and her award-winning Naïve recordings, 26-year-old LISE DE LA SALLE has established a reputation as one of today's most exciting young artists and as a musician of uncommon sensibility and maturity. Her playing inspired a Washington Post critic to write, “For much of the concert, the audience had to remember to breathe...the exhilaration didn’t let up for a second until her hands came off the keyboard.” De la Salle has played with many of the world's leading orchestras and conductors. She most recently made her London Symphony Orchestra debut with Fabio Luisi, who in 2014 invited her to become the first artist in residence of the Zurich Opera. This recital marks de la Salle’s Cleveland debut!
Sunday Mar 18 @ 2:00 PM
Learned Owl History Book Club: Puerto Rico
Learned Owl Book Shop – The Learned Owl History Book Club will meet on Sunday, March 18th at 2 p.m. The topic for discussion will be Puerto Rico, and anyone interested in joining us is welcome. Choose a book about the topic to share with the group. For more information about this and other events, go to www.learnedowl.com or call 330-653-2252.
Sunday Mar 18 @ 6:00 PM
Incite: These Song Sing - A Conversation w/ Christine Lewis
Guide To Kulchur Books – Join us Sunday, March 18th for the second installment of our ongoing series exploring the songs that we write. We are excited to have Christine Lewis of Cigarette Playdate. We will explore Ms. Lewis's process and discuss how they construct songs both in the solo and group context. The evening begins at 6pm with an extended interview with Ursula Le Guin, as part of our INCITE Tape Collage Series. Our conversation with follow. This event is FREE and open to the public. More about our guest, Christine Lewis is a life long resident of the greater Cleveland area and feels incredibly uncomfortable writing her own bio and speaking in the third person. Writing as creative expression, however, has always come very naturally to her. As a young girl she'd write short stories on her typewriter. Christine then graduated to handwriting poetry and typing out full length novels on her computer. In her teens, she began writing down the lyrics to the songs she'd create and her writing has persisted and evolved all of the way through to present day. It's not always polished, nor is it ever perfect, but the words keep flowing and she’ll be documenting them as long as they keep coming. Christine is a creative person and expresses herself and serves the community in a variety of ways. She is a installation and performance artist, photographer, projection artist, etc. with her works having been featured at SPACES, Rooms To Let, Doubting Thomas Gallery, Re | Marking and more. She's been nominated for valedictorian and was a Summa Cum Laude graduate at Lakeland Community College, for her Associate's of Arts, as well as Cleveland State University, for her Bachelor's in Music Therapy. She is a board certified music therapist trained in progressive relaxation and music imagery, a member of the Lake County Astrological Association and is also a community herbcrafter. Christine’s written works have been published in zines, online and have also been put on display as she’s been singing her own songs in band projects such as partysnoozer (2015) and Cigarette Playdate. INCITE is our year long series of Performative Exhibitions designed to create a dialogue between creatives in this region and beyond. For more information about our programs, and collaborations visit our website -www.guidetokulchur.com
Sunday Mar 18 @ 7:00 PM
Enchanted Hearts Kirtan with a Celtic Twist
Oasis Yoga + Wellness – Join us for an evening of Ecstatic Chanting or Kirtan, and celebrate St. Patricks Day weekend with a special Gaelic Chant! We come together again and again and again. Chanting names of the Divine together. We can sense the Oneness when we practice this in a collective way. Enchanted Hearts brings us this opportunity at Oasis Yoga + Wellness this time and we are so thankful to ALL who come, no experience necessary!! Kirtan is a call and response chant practice that will bring us into our hearts. Please join us at 7:00pm at Oasis Yoga + Wellness $10 in advance: www.oasisyogaspa.com or 440.523.0099 $15 at the door. 33180 Station St. Solon, Ohio 44139 "Kirtan is for all. There are no experts, no beginners. The practice itself is the teacher, guiding us to ourselves. Kirtan allows us to enter into a mystery world we create a temple inside our hearts, a place of love, a place of just being."- Jai Uttal Members of Enchanted Hearts: Marni Task: lead vocals/harmonium Samuel Salsbury: violin and sarangi Josh Sherman: tabla, percussion Char Frires: back up vocals Rick Frires; bass guitar and back up vocals Mike McNamara: guitar Krsnaa Fitch: back up vocals and kartals Kirtan is ecstatic chanting "The words of these chants are called the Divine Names and they come from a place that’s deeper than our hearts and our thoughts, deeper than the mind. And so as we sing them they turn us towards ourselves, into ourselves. They bring us in, and as we offer ourselves into the experience, the experience changes us. They come from the Hindu tradition, but it’s not about being a Hindu, or believing anything in advance. It’s just about doing it, and experiencing. Nothing to join, you just sit down and sing." ~Krishna Das ???? ??? ?? ??? ?? ?? ???, ???? ??? ?? ??? ?? ?? ???, ???? ??? ?? ??? ?? ?
Sunday Mar 18 @ 7:00 PM
Hungover / Safe Bet at Mahall's (03/18)
Mahall's – March 18 Hungover Safe Bet As Time Fades Wake Magnolia Sarah Arafat Jake Dressler Music Mahall's (locker room) 630PM doors / 7PM show - $10
Sunday Mar 18 @ 7:00 PM
Angel of the Night Barbara Barrett & Archie McElrath
Nighttown – Top Notch North Coast Jazz Vocalists take over the stage at Nighttown! Featuring: Barbara Barrett-vocals, Archie McElrath-vocals, Cliff Habian-piano, Aidan Plank-acoustic bass, & Elijah Gilmore-drums. Along with generous vocal range, Barbara Barrett's song styling is supported by early training in music theory, flute, piano, and voice. Starting with piano at a young age, she progressed to and continued with music theory, and flute, finally finding her love of vocals at the age of thirteen. Barbara went all the way to receiving a Bachelor's Degree in Music Education, from the University of Cincinnati's College Conservatory of Music. After graduation, her love for European classical music afforded her success with The Cleveland Orchestra Chorus and The Blossom Festival Chorus, including performances at Carnegie Hall, and in Chautauqua, New York. When Karamu House presented Scott Joplin's opera "Treemonisha", Barbara was given the lead role of Monisha, and won the 2000-2001 Actor's Guild Award for Best Female Vocalist. As a solo artist over the last several years, she has focused mainly on jazz standards, but has included generous portions of blues, soul, gospel, and R&B, which gives her renditions of the standards, fresh creativity without compromising the classic nature of the songs. Archie McElrath’s vocals have been described as Powerful…Romantic…Sensuous…and Smooth!!! Once you have experienced his treatment of a song’s melody and lyrics you will be forever held captive by the performance. An international performer, Archie toured for several years in Canada playing at Biddle’s and Claudio’s in the “Old Towne” section of Montreal. During his military service in Europe he appeared in clubs in Paris, France; Munich and Kaiserslautern, Germany; and, on several military bases. A native of Cleveland, Ohio, Archie has appeared in numerous local venues including The Cleveland Playhouse, East Cleveland Public Library, the Greg R. Reese Performing Arts Center, Cain Park, Lancer’s, Peabody’s, Fat Fish Blue, the Boarding House, Club Isabella, Jazz 28, and the Bop Stop. He also opened for Joe Williams at John Carroll University. Throughout his musical journey Archie’s mission has been to bring sincerity and passion to every performance. So, come along for what will certainly be an unforgettable ride! https://www.facebook.com/archie.mcelrath
Sunday Mar 18 - Mar 21 @ 7:30 PM
Tragedy Into Triumph Live Simulcast
Parkside Church of the Nazarene – 4 Nights, 4 Stories of how God impacted someone's life in an amazing way! Sunday: Sonny Sandoval of P.O.D. Monday: Lee Strobel, former atheist. Tuesday: Michael Vick, NFL Quarterback. Wednesday: Annie Lobert, former call girl. Dinner is available each night beginning at 6:30 p.m. Donations for dinner accepted go towards the Youth Mission Trip this Summer. Child Care is available, please contact the church to register: 440-333-3998.
Sunday Mar 18 @ 9:00 PM
Sad Boys Social Club
BOP STOP at The Music Settlement – Sad Boys' Social Club is a dark comedy strike team with members in four counties. They have performed live sketch comedy shows (think Saturday Night Live on stage) since November 2016 all over the Midwest. Expect touchy subjects handled with care plus a guest performance from Toledo comedian Keith Bergman (Disheveled, The Goldfish). Cast: Jeremy Sheer (Two time roast battle champion, Acting Out Fest 2016-2017) Drew Mulkins (Jimmy Fallon, Producer at Unitarian Churches and The Corner Pub) Mike Calhoun (The Unbelievables Podcast, Audio/Video Wizard) Tabitha Jones (2016 Ad Hominem Attack Show Tournament Winner, 2016 Cleveland Comedy Festival) Nick Yurick (West Virginia's favorite son, Hatfields vs McCoys, Footloose) www.sadboyssocialclub.com $5
Monday Mar 19 @ 6:00 PM
Virtual Behind the Scenes Tour: Balto
Cleveland Museum of Natural History – Balto: Our Celebrated Canine You’ve seen him at the Museum, but do you know Balto's whole ‘tail’ of adventure? It was March 19, 1927 when Balto and six of his Serum Run teammates were given a hero’s welcome in Cleveland’s Public Square, and then taken to live at the Brookside Zoo (later to become the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo). Join us for this heroic tale of dogs and mushers in Alaska, from the 1925 Serum Run to the Iditarod of today. Discover facts about the disease diphtheria, and why the outbreak in Nome, Alaska is so famous. Discover the Cleveland connection to Balto and how he has become the "spokesdog" for this unique event in US history. Members: $5; nonmembers: $8 Series Schedule: https://www.cmnh.org/visit/special-events/virtual-behind-the-scenes-tours Registration: http://account.cmnh.org/auxiliary/reserve.aspx?p=21566
Monday Mar 19 @ 6:00 PM
St. Joseph's Day Italian Mass
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Parish (Cleveland, Ohio) – Celebrate the Solemnity of St. Joseph in Italian in our beautiful Church!
Monday Mar 19 @ 6:30 PM
BOOK CLUB - Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City
The Cleveland Professional 20/30 Club – For our March book club, we will be discussing "Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City" by Pulitzer Prize winner Matthew Desmond. "Evicted: Poverty and Profit in the American City" has been named one of the best books of the year by The New York Times Book Review, The Boston Globe, The Washington Post, NPR and as well as by many other large publications. The book takes places in the poorest areas of Milwaukee, Wisconsin and follows eight families struggling to pay rent to their landlords around the 2008 financial crisis. "It highlights the issues of extreme poverty, affordable housing, and economic exploitation in the United States." Please join us to discuss the book on March 19th at Bar Cento. Reservation will be under Sarah Corr. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org with questions.
Monday Mar 19 @ 7:00 PM
Cleveland Cavs Studio Outing and Pregame Performance!
Fred Astaire Dance Studio Willoughby – Come cheer on your team...and the Cavs! The Staff and Students of Fred Astaire Willoughby will be performing center court at Quicken Loans Arena before the Cavaliers take the floor! Stop in or call (440)516-7837 for ticket information!