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Recycling Workshop at Heights Libraries
Thursday
Feb 21, 2019
7:00 pm
Heights Libraries
With recycling in the news over the last year, you may be questioning how to recycle correctly. Kathy Rocco, recycling educator from the Cuyahoga County Solid Waste District, will explain recent changes, what can be recycled now, and how to stay connected to the latest recycling news.
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Saturday
Feb 23, 2019
5:00 pm
Mac's Backs-Books On Coventry
Lou Barrett, author of Pen Dive will hold a book release for Volume 3 at Mac's on Saturday, February 23rd at 5 p.m. Pen Dive is a short story zine series which centers around a 20-something lesbian living in the Midwest. The series follows friends as they navigate love, loss, and other life stuff. Pen Dive is everything you could wish for in a dramedy, but with queer people. Lou Barrett (they/them or she/her) is a gay non-binary person with a BA in English. While their background is in tutoring and creative writing, their biggest passions have been in all things gender and sexuality. Lou always assumed her interests in gender theory, alternative relationship styles like polyamory and non-monogamy, butch culture, bi-visibility and bi-erasure, the trans experience, intersex rights, gender expression, non-binary identities, lesbianism, etc were because of their first, most long-term, and beloved identity as a lesbian. Then they realized that a lot of their literary and theoretical interests are not inherently interesting to all queer people. They are passionate about representation, and it’s life-saving and life-changing abilities. Queer film is on the rise with more dynamic storylines and characters, but many of the tired tropes are still alive and well. She started a storytelling show called Let It Out (@letitoutcle) a year ago to give a local platform to queer people, because she saw more white dudes in zip ups than anyone else. More than 60% of the storytellers that have been on the show identify as LGBTQ+ and it’s the only storytelling show hosted by queer people in Cleveland. With Purpled Palm Press, Lou wants to help real life people share their real life experiences about their identities with as many people as possible. Our stories are not only interesting when they’re tragic and cinematic. People should care about our stories, because they have value. The more fair and true representation we have, the more our community can thrive and be seen as equals in society.
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Deaf Gathering
Monday
Feb 25, 2019
6:30 pm
Heights Libraries
Open social hour for Deaf, hard-of-hearing and hearing people Are you Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing? Are you interested in learning more about Deaf Culture? Come gather for a social hour at the Coventry Village Library! An interpreter will be provided.
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KonMari Market
Wednesday
Feb 27, 2019
7:00 pm
B Side Liquor Lounge
JOIN US FOR A NIGHT OF DISCOVERING WHAT BRINGS YOU JOY! We'll have happy hour deals, specialty cocktails & a bunch of cool vendors! 7-10pm! Free admission! If you would like to sell things that no longer bring you joy, please contact bsidecleparties@gmail.com to reserve a space!
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Heights Music Hop Acoustic Series FT. Aj & The Woods, Rachel Shorrt and Alyssa Boyd
Wednesday
Feb 27, 2019
8:30 pm
Grog Shop
Heights Music Hop Acoustic Series FT. Aj & The Woods, Rachel Shorrt,and Alyssa Boyd at The Grog Shop
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Kids Comic Con
Saturday
Mar 2, 2019
9:30 am
Lake Erie Ink
Lake Erie Ink will be hosting its 7th Annual Kids’ Comic Con Saturday, March 2, 2019 from 9:30am-3pm. At this all day event, youth of all ages will have the chance to attend workshops with well-known comic creators. Last year, this one-of-a-kind comic convention for young writers and artists drew nearly 150 kids and teens from all across Northeast Ohio. Workshops will cover both aspects of comic creation – drawing and writing – as well as the ever-popular “create your own comic character in clay.” This year, featured writers and artists include: Marc Sumerak (Keynote Speaker: Marvel comic book writer) Angela Oster (Artist of monsters and creatures) Gilberto Rivera (Graphic designer, writer, and illustrator) Lee Smith (Founder of Ohio Chronicles) Sequoia Bostick (Owner of Vagabond Comics) Michelle and Miguel Hernandez (Illustrators, founders of Studio JS) Katelyn Atherton (Illustrator) Shawny Walthaw (Illustrator, graphic designer) Don Peoples Kelly O’Grady Juan Fernandez John G Doors open at 9:30am, and workshops begin at 10am. Costumes are encouraged! Admission is $10 at the door, and scholarships are available. Lunch will be sold on-site or kids may bring their own. Comics, graphic novels and t-shirts will be for sale. Adults are welcome if accompanied by a child; teachers are welcome with a staff ID. Register at lakeerieink.org/register or by calling 216-320-4757.
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Fashion Revival
Saturday
Mar 2, 2019
2:00 pm
Artful Cleveland
Vintage fashion show, pop-up shop and fitting event. Tailors on site to fit your purchases perfectly to you. If you are a vintage vendor and would like to sign up please go to https://www.theoldvaudevillian.org -scroll to the end of the page, choose event and follow directions -if you would like to model please contact Shannon -if you are a tailor or seamstress and want to gain new customers on the spot contact Shannon shannon@artfulcleveland.org
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Artful Potluck Critique
Sunday
Mar 3, 2019
4:00 pm
Artful Cleveland
Please join us for our ARTFUL “Potluck Critique”! No… it’s not a critique of the potluck itself, but it is a fun critique that includes a potluck meal… open to the public and all skill levels. Bring 1-3 pieces of your work for feedback (and a dish to share). Any and all media is welcome, and can be finished pieces or works in progress. ALL skill levels are encouraged to participate. Gentle guidance will be provided by some of the ARTFUL Board members. Get feedback, learn about new techniques, approaches, perspectives and offer suggestions. Not ready to bring your own work? Just show up and offer constructive insights. If you are bringing a piece (or pieces) with you for the critique, please let us know (including how many pieces) in the comments below so we can plan for the proper amount of time. The event begins at 4pm and will end at 7pm. We are located on the upper level of the Coventry Building located at 2843 Washington Blvd., Cleveland Heights, OH 44118.
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Happy Hour / Artful Open Studios / Ensemble Opening Night
Friday
Mar 8, 2019
6:00 pm
Artful Cleveland
Showing at Ensemble: A MOON FOR THE MISBEGOTTEN :: 6:00-8:00 pm – *Happy Hour & Artful Studios open for visitors :: 7:00 pm – Box office opens :: 7:30-10:30 pm – “Pretentious Cleveland Portrait Artists” live drawing session at ARTFUL (live model provided, all are welcome to come draw) :: 8:00 pm – Curtain at Ensemble Theatre BUY YOUR TICKETS AHEAD: www.ensembletheatrecle.org
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Happy Hour / Artful Open Studios / Ensemble Opening Night
Friday
Mar 8, 2019
6:00 pm
Coventry P.E.A.C.E. Campus
Enjoy a cocktail, tour the ARTFUL artist studios, and grab a show at Ensemble Theatre! Come by Coventry PEACE Campus for an enjoyable evening of art and/or theatre. Join us for our Happy Hour during which time you can tour the ARTFUL artist studios, join in or observe live drawing sessions with The Pretentious Cleveland Portrait Artists group (all are welcome), take part in various art activities, and finish your evening with a show at Ensemble Theatre.
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Heights Music Hop Acoustic Series FT. Aj & The Woods, Rachel Shorrt and Alyssa Boyd
Wednesday
February 27, 2019
8:30 pm
Grog Shop
Heights Music Hop Acoustic Series FT. Aj & The Woods, Rachel Shorrt,and Alyssa Boyd at The Grog Shop
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Heights Music Hop Acoustic Series FT. Aj & The Woods, Rachel Shorrt and Alyssa Boyd
Wednesday
February 27, 2019
8:30 pm
Grog Shop
Heights Music Hop Acoustic Series FT. Aj & The Woods, Rachel Shorrt,and Alyssa Boyd at The Grog Shop
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Kids Comic Con
Saturday
March 2, 2019
9:30 am
Lake Erie Ink
Lake Erie Ink will be hosting its 7th Annual Kids’ Comic Con Saturday, March 2, 2019 from 9:30am-3pm. At this all day event, youth of all ages will have the chance to attend workshops with well-known comic creators. Last year, this one-of-a-kind comic convention for young writers and artists drew nearly 150 kids and teens from all across Northeast Ohio. Workshops will cover both aspects of comic creation – drawing and writing – as well as the ever-popular “create your own comic character in clay.” This year, featured writers and artists include: Marc Sumerak (Keynote Speaker: Marvel comic book writer) Angela Oster (Artist of monsters and creatures) Gilberto Rivera (Graphic designer, writer, and illustrator) Lee Smith (Founder of Ohio Chronicles) Sequoia Bostick (Owner of Vagabond Comics) Michelle and Miguel Hernandez (Illustrators, founders of Studio JS) Katelyn Atherton (Illustrator) Shawny Walthaw (Illustrator, graphic designer) Don Peoples Kelly O’Grady Juan Fernandez John G Doors open at 9:30am, and workshops begin at 10am. Costumes are encouraged! Admission is $10 at the door, and scholarships are available. Lunch will be sold on-site or kids may bring their own. Comics, graphic novels and t-shirts will be for sale. Adults are welcome if accompanied by a child; teachers are welcome with a staff ID. Register at lakeerieink.org/register or by calling 216-320-4757.
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Fashion Revival
Saturday
March 2, 2019
2:00 pm
Artful Cleveland
Vintage fashion show, pop-up shop and fitting event. Tailors on site to fit your purchases perfectly to you. If you are a vintage vendor and would like to sign up please go to https://www.theoldvaudevillian.org -scroll to the end of the page, choose event and follow directions -if you would like to model please contact Shannon -if you are a tailor or seamstress and want to gain new customers on the spot contact Shannon shannon@artfulcleveland.org
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Artful Potluck Critique
Sunday
March 3, 2019
4:00 pm
Artful Cleveland
Please join us for our ARTFUL “Potluck Critique”! No… it’s not a critique of the potluck itself, but it is a fun critique that includes a potluck meal… open to the public and all skill levels. Bring 1-3 pieces of your work for feedback (and a dish to share). Any and all media is welcome, and can be finished pieces or works in progress. ALL skill levels are encouraged to participate. Gentle guidance will be provided by some of the ARTFUL Board members. Get feedback, learn about new techniques, approaches, perspectives and offer suggestions. Not ready to bring your own work? Just show up and offer constructive insights. If you are bringing a piece (or pieces) with you for the critique, please let us know (including how many pieces) in the comments below so we can plan for the proper amount of time. The event begins at 4pm and will end at 7pm. We are located on the upper level of the Coventry Building located at 2843 Washington Blvd., Cleveland Heights, OH 44118.
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Happy Hour / Artful Open Studios / Ensemble Opening Night
Friday
March 8, 2019
6:00 pm
Artful Cleveland
Showing at Ensemble: A MOON FOR THE MISBEGOTTEN :: 6:00-8:00 pm – *Happy Hour & Artful Studios open for visitors :: 7:00 pm – Box office opens :: 7:30-10:30 pm – “Pretentious Cleveland Portrait Artists” live drawing session at ARTFUL (live model provided, all are welcome to come draw) :: 8:00 pm – Curtain at Ensemble Theatre BUY YOUR TICKETS AHEAD: www.ensembletheatrecle.org
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Happy Hour / Artful Open Studios / Ensemble Opening Night
Friday
March 8, 2019
6:00 pm
Coventry P.E.A.C.E. Campus
Enjoy a cocktail, tour the ARTFUL artist studios, and grab a show at Ensemble Theatre! Come by Coventry PEACE Campus for an enjoyable evening of art and/or theatre. Join us for our Happy Hour during which time you can tour the ARTFUL artist studios, join in or observe live drawing sessions with The Pretentious Cleveland Portrait Artists group (all are welcome), take part in various art activities, and finish your evening with a show at Ensemble Theatre.
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KonMari Market
Wednesday
February 27, 2019
7:00 pm
B Side Liquor Lounge
JOIN US FOR A NIGHT OF DISCOVERING WHAT BRINGS YOU JOY! We'll have happy hour deals, specialty cocktails & a bunch of cool vendors! 7-10pm! Free admission! If you would like to sell things that no longer bring you joy, please contact bsidecleparties@gmail.com to reserve a space!
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Fashion Revival
Saturday
March 2, 2019
2:00 pm
Artful Cleveland
Vintage fashion show, pop-up shop and fitting event. Tailors on site to fit your purchases perfectly to you. If you are a vintage vendor and would like to sign up please go to https://www.theoldvaudevillian.org -scroll to the end of the page, choose event and follow directions -if you would like to model please contact Shannon -if you are a tailor or seamstress and want to gain new customers on the spot contact Shannon shannon@artfulcleveland.org
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Recycling Workshop at Heights Libraries
Thursday
February 21, 2019
7:00 pm
Heights Libraries
With recycling in the news over the last year, you may be questioning how to recycle correctly. Kathy Rocco, recycling educator from the Cuyahoga County Solid Waste District, will explain recent changes, what can be recycled now, and how to stay connected to the latest recycling news.
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Saturday
February 23, 2019
5:00 pm
Mac's Backs-Books On Coventry
Lou Barrett, author of Pen Dive will hold a book release for Volume 3 at Mac's on Saturday, February 23rd at 5 p.m. Pen Dive is a short story zine series which centers around a 20-something lesbian living in the Midwest. The series follows friends as they navigate love, loss, and other life stuff. Pen Dive is everything you could wish for in a dramedy, but with queer people. Lou Barrett (they/them or she/her) is a gay non-binary person with a BA in English. While their background is in tutoring and creative writing, their biggest passions have been in all things gender and sexuality. Lou always assumed her interests in gender theory, alternative relationship styles like polyamory and non-monogamy, butch culture, bi-visibility and bi-erasure, the trans experience, intersex rights, gender expression, non-binary identities, lesbianism, etc were because of their first, most long-term, and beloved identity as a lesbian. Then they realized that a lot of their literary and theoretical interests are not inherently interesting to all queer people. They are passionate about representation, and it’s life-saving and life-changing abilities. Queer film is on the rise with more dynamic storylines and characters, but many of the tired tropes are still alive and well. She started a storytelling show called Let It Out (@letitoutcle) a year ago to give a local platform to queer people, because she saw more white dudes in zip ups than anyone else. More than 60% of the storytellers that have been on the show identify as LGBTQ+ and it’s the only storytelling show hosted by queer people in Cleveland. With Purpled Palm Press, Lou wants to help real life people share their real life experiences about their identities with as many people as possible. Our stories are not only interesting when they’re tragic and cinematic. People should care about our stories, because they have value. The more fair and true representation we have, the more our community can thrive and be seen as equals in society.
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Deaf Gathering
Monday
February 25, 2019
6:30 pm
Heights Libraries
Open social hour for Deaf, hard-of-hearing and hearing people Are you Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing? Are you interested in learning more about Deaf Culture? Come gather for a social hour at the Coventry Village Library! An interpreter will be provided.
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KonMari Market
Wednesday
February 27, 2019
7:00 pm
B Side Liquor Lounge
JOIN US FOR A NIGHT OF DISCOVERING WHAT BRINGS YOU JOY! We'll have happy hour deals, specialty cocktails & a bunch of cool vendors! 7-10pm! Free admission! If you would like to sell things that no longer bring you joy, please contact bsidecleparties@gmail.com to reserve a space!
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Heights Music Hop Acoustic Series FT. Aj & The Woods, Rachel Shorrt and Alyssa Boyd
Wednesday
February 27, 2019
8:30 pm
Grog Shop
Heights Music Hop Acoustic Series FT. Aj & The Woods, Rachel Shorrt,and Alyssa Boyd at The Grog Shop
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Kids Comic Con
Saturday
March 2, 2019
9:30 am
Lake Erie Ink
Lake Erie Ink will be hosting its 7th Annual Kids’ Comic Con Saturday, March 2, 2019 from 9:30am-3pm. At this all day event, youth of all ages will have the chance to attend workshops with well-known comic creators. Last year, this one-of-a-kind comic convention for young writers and artists drew nearly 150 kids and teens from all across Northeast Ohio. Workshops will cover both aspects of comic creation – drawing and writing – as well as the ever-popular “create your own comic character in clay.” This year, featured writers and artists include: Marc Sumerak (Keynote Speaker: Marvel comic book writer) Angela Oster (Artist of monsters and creatures) Gilberto Rivera (Graphic designer, writer, and illustrator) Lee Smith (Founder of Ohio Chronicles) Sequoia Bostick (Owner of Vagabond Comics) Michelle and Miguel Hernandez (Illustrators, founders of Studio JS) Katelyn Atherton (Illustrator) Shawny Walthaw (Illustrator, graphic designer) Don Peoples Kelly O’Grady Juan Fernandez John G Doors open at 9:30am, and workshops begin at 10am. Costumes are encouraged! Admission is $10 at the door, and scholarships are available. Lunch will be sold on-site or kids may bring their own. Comics, graphic novels and t-shirts will be for sale. Adults are welcome if accompanied by a child; teachers are welcome with a staff ID. Register at lakeerieink.org/register or by calling 216-320-4757.
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Fashion Revival
Saturday
March 2, 2019
2:00 pm
Artful Cleveland
Vintage fashion show, pop-up shop and fitting event. Tailors on site to fit your purchases perfectly to you. If you are a vintage vendor and would like to sign up please go to https://www.theoldvaudevillian.org -scroll to the end of the page, choose event and follow directions -if you would like to model please contact Shannon -if you are a tailor or seamstress and want to gain new customers on the spot contact Shannon shannon@artfulcleveland.org
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Happy Hour / Artful Open Studios / Ensemble Opening Night
Friday
March 8, 2019
6:00 pm
Coventry P.E.A.C.E. Campus
Enjoy a cocktail, tour the ARTFUL artist studios, and grab a show at Ensemble Theatre! Come by Coventry PEACE Campus for an enjoyable evening of art and/or theatre. Join us for our Happy Hour during which time you can tour the ARTFUL artist studios, join in or observe live drawing sessions with The Pretentious Cleveland Portrait Artists group (all are welcome), take part in various art activities, and finish your evening with a show at Ensemble Theatre.
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Thursdays
College ID Night starting at 10PM with College ID. $5 Long Islands, $2.50 Tall Boys.
Wednesdays
Magic Galaxy Entertainment has teamed up with Panini's Coventry to bring you the Best Mid Week Karaoke Show Ever at Panini's!! Every Wednesday Night 8 PM - Midnight.
Thursdays
Open Stage Soundsystem is an Open Mic With Xela & Bridog! There is a full band set up for anyone to come in and jam! Sign up with Xela when you come in! 8 PM - 10 PM
Monday-Friday
Monday - Friday - 11 AM - 6 PM $2.50 Well Drinks $2.50 Domestic Bottles & Domestic Pints $3.50 Wines By The Glass Pick Two Combo - $6.99 Garden Salad, Ceasar Salad, Greenhouse Salad, Half Reuben, Half Turkey Stack, Half BLT, Half Tripple Grilled Cheese, Cup of Chili, Cup of Chicken Tortilla, Cup of Soup of the Day
Mondays & Tuesdays. Kids 10 and under eat for only $3.00. Certain restrictions apply. Call for more details.
Wednesdays. Students (w/ valid ID)* get one bowl for $9.99 or unlimited bowls for only $11.99*
Monday-Friday from 3pm to 7pm. $4 local beers, local spirits, & wines, and $5 bd’s specialty drinks. Select appetizers starting at just $3*