e are teaming up with
EM KEEN | COMMUNITY CONNECTOR + YOGA TEACHERCome unwind in Rooftop Yoga with Em and drink mimosas mingle and shop at Lago afterwards!
Please register on the yoga in the sky Eventbrite event link to be registered for the class.
Yoga is $15 register through Em Keen link to get your ticket via Eventbrite!
Register here as well to be apart of the after party and entry into our GIFT CARD drawing
8:45am Register/Sign In (BRING YOGA MAT & WATER)
9-10:30am Yoga w/Em Keen
11am- 2pm - After class come and enjoy brunch while you mingle, network and shop with local small businesses inside Lago located next door
1091 W 10th St, Cleveland, OH 44113
We have a only a few vendors spots for this event and swag bag opportunites.
For vendor or advertising information, please email our me for more information: email@example.com.
ENTERED INTO A GIFT CARD RAFFLE IF YOU ATTENDED THE YOGA CLASS ~ must be present to win
Our vendors will be doing giveaways and raffles :)
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One of my favorite things about Cleveland is how much culture there is here. I had the opportunity to experience the Asian Lantern Festival at the Zoo and it truly was magical. The Zoo is for all ages young and young at heart. What a treat to experience both art and these beautiful animals all in one setting.
If you haven't visited the Zoo this summer, make a plan to stop out and enjoy this fall and in fact they are open all year long!
Comedy this Weekend!
August 29, 2018
(6:00 PM - 11:00 PM)
August 30, 2018
(6:00 PM - 11:00 PM)
August 31, 2018
(6:00 PM - 11:59 PM)
September 01, 2018
(4:00 PM - 11:59 PM)
September 02, 2018
(4:00 PM - 11:00 PM)
2035 E 4th St
Cleveland OH 44115
Pickwick & Frolic Restaurant and Club
Admission: $ ($0 - $25)
A good host remembers to stock up on beer, wine and liquor, but a great host remembers to provide a non-alcoholic option, too. From family-friendly punches to mocktails and virgin cocktails, we’ve got just the thing to keep everyone at the party happy and in good sips.
Punch Bowls: Serves 15+If there’s an easier way than punch to make sure everyone has a drink and can help themselves to more, we don’t know what it is. Punches are the secret to stress-free entertaining and we’ve never met one we didn’t like. Try any of these four at your next party for guaranteed success.
Pro tip: for guests over the age of 21 who wish to imbibe, we’re big fans of setting out a tray of airplane-sized bottles of liquor, or small glasses with premeasured amounts that can be added to their glasses.
1. Non-Alcoholic Orange Slush Punch
Refreshingly sweet with a tart, citrus twist—you had us at punch. This big-batch drink takes a little more prep time since it needs to freeze overnight, but it’s worth the wait. Trust us!
2. Pineapple-Orange Sherbert Punch
If you thought sherbert was just for dessert, think again. It’s the star of this sunset-hued tropical punch that serves a whopping 24 people. And yes, you should offer paper umbrellas with it.
3. Cherry-Infused Dr. Pepper™ Punch
This cherry-infused punch pops with Dr. Pepper™ flavor! (See what we did there?) To make the ice ring, freeze a portion of the punch (leaving out the Dr. Pepper™) in a Bundt pan. When everyone arrives, add the ice ring to the punch, pour in the soda and you’re good to go!
4. Sparkling Pear Punch
We’re all about small tricks that make a big impression, and whole slices of pear do just that in this delightfully different punch. Tip: using a mandolin slicer makes it easy to get uniform slices.
Pitcher Drinks: Serves 6-10Pitcher drinks are basically scaled-down punch recipes; they still serve a good number of people and they go a long way in saving you time mixing individual cocktails. Win-win. Here are four can’t-fail, non-alcoholic drink recipes we recommend for your next soiree. Ready, set, pour.
5. Pineapple Ginger Sparkler
Fresh enough for spring and summer, spicy enough for fall and winter, this delicious drink is a year-round go-to for every party we can think of.
6. Non-Alcoholic Sangria
There is no such thing as too many sangria recipes, and this one is totally unique. Not only does it skip the wine, it makes gorgeous use of star fruit and kiwi. How’s that for impressive?
7. Non-Alcoholic White Grape Spritzer
Instead of diluting your drink with ice, make your garnish do double duty! Frozen grapes keep this non-alcoholic pitcher drink cold and provide a bonus snack at the end of your sip. Cool, eh?
8. Sparkling Summer Limeade
Limeade is the perfect way to cool off on a hot day (or any day, really), and this citrus-kissed mocktail is no exception. Served with layers of colorful fruit, it’s a fruity and fresh taste of the rainbow.
Virgin Cocktails: Serves 1-2
Here’s how to knock back a few of your favorite cocktails without so much as a buzz. These virgin drinks are packed with refreshing flavor and cute garnishes that everyone can enjoy. Break out your favorite barware and get to work, you’ve got mocktails to make.
9. Margarita Mocktail
This delicious margarita comes with all the flavors you’ve come to expect (lime, orange and a salted rim), a few new surprises (grapefruit and almond) and one notable omission: tequila.
10. Peach Bellini Mocktails
Make these quick and simple booze-free bellinis the star of your next brunch or baby shower. Our trick is to chill the ingredients ahead of time so the sweet flavors won’t be diluted by ice.
11. Paloma Fizz Mocktails
Based on looks alone, this drink is a winner. Serve this at any party and you’re guaranteed to receive extra points for originality and charm. Oh and did we mention it’s delicious? It really is.
12. Blueberry Moscow Mule Mocktails
You didn’t think we’d do a mocktails roundup and NOT include a Moscow mule, did you? Of course not! We’ll take any excuse we can to break out those gorgeous copper mugs.
Updated Classics: Servings varyFor your next party, you may be tempted to reach for an old non-alcoholic standby (looking at you, soda, lemonade and tea) but don’t do it. With just a little bit more effort you can provide one of these delightful alcohol-free bevys and win major points for going above and beyond.
13. Sparkling Mint-Lime Iced Tea
Forget iced tea as you know it, this fresh new take is party-perfect with its hit of mint, splash of lime and extra helping of sparkling water. Your mouth is watering, isn’t it? Ours are too.
14. Minty Arnold Palmer
Think of this as your standard Arnold Palmer, but with party pants on. We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: it’s the little twists that make for a big difference. Here’s looking at you, mint.
15. Basil Lemonade Punch
We don’t have to convince you that lemonade is a brilliant option for a party libation (especially in the summer), but we do want to heavily suggest you try it with this extra-fresh twist.
16. Watermelon Picnic Punch
Here’s another example where presentation is everything. We dare you to find a more unexpected and impressive way to serve up watermelon punch at your next outdoor party.
For the Kids (and Kids at Heart): Servings varyIf you’re hosting a family affair, it’s safe to assume at least one kiddo will be on the guest list. These four kid-approved drinks are a sure-fire way to earn your way into their heart—and probably a few grownup hearts, too.
17. Copycat Orange Julius™
Make a batch of these mall food-court classics and prepare to blow everyone’s minds. It’s everything you love about the classic, but easily made at home with cute garnishes to boot.
18. Party Time Hot Cocoa
If you’re looking for an in with the young kid and tween set, sprinkles are the answer. Especially when you’re talking hot cocoa and an ultra-cool, sprinkled rim upgrade. And no, there are no rules against doing the same thing with chocolate milk in the summer.
19. Orange Creamsicle Shirley Temple
You could make regular Shirley Temples and it would be a total success, but since we’re all about adding a Tablespoon twist wherever we can, we recommend you give this updated creamsicle version a try—you won’t be disappointed!
20. Raspberry Frost Sodas
Last, but certainly not least, are these brilliant layered sodas. Can you even stand how cute the ombre-like layers are? Us either. Sherbert, ginger ale and cranberry juice are all it takes—really!
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LAKE RIDGE ACADEMY SPLASH ZONEJuly 22 @ 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
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West ParkOpen Memorial Day through Labor Day, cool off and have fun in our Splash Pad Zone located in West Park sponsored by Lake Ridge Academy! Hours of operation: Monday-Saturday: 10am-4pm; 7pm-10pm Sunday: 11am-4pm Rules & Regulations • Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times • Children should wear shoes at all times • Crocker Park is not responsible for accidents or injuries • No glass in or near Splash Zone • No animals allowed • No running,…
Find out more »BIRCHWOOD SCHOOL OF HAWKEN EXPRESS TRAIN July 22 @ 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)All aboard the Express Train sponsored by Birchwood School of Hawken. Pick up your tickets & the train in the Guest Services hut located between Barnes & Noble and Altar'd State. $3 cash only per rider, children 2 years old & under are free. Monday-Saturday 12pm-8pm Sunday 12pm-6pm
Find out more »TRUCK STOP TUESDAYS July 24 @ 11:00 am - 2:00 pm
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Crocker Park, 189 Crocker Park Boulevard
Westlake, 44145 + Google MapJoin us every Tuesday this summer as Cleveland food trucks will be serving up lunch every Tuesday through September 25! Time: 11:00am-2:00pm Next week's food truck line up: July 17- Barrio Tacos Mac Truck Smokin' Rock n' Roll Smooth Rider Smoothies Hatfields Goode Grub Express
Find out more »LAKE RIDGE ACADEMY PRESENTS CROCKER KIDS “SUPER HEROES & PRINCESSES” July 24 @ 11:00 am - 1:00 pm
West ParkJoin us for the third event in the Crocker Kids 2018 Summer Event Series presented by Lake Ridge Academy and Northeast Ohio Parent! Crocker kids returns to Crocker Park on July 24 for a Super Heroes & Princesses Party! This free event is ideal for parents, caregivers and kids and makes a great play date! Grab your favorite super hero or princess costumes and join us for photo opportunities, enter to win prizes, meet costumed characters, make crafts, play games, enjoy snacks and so much…
Find out more »MOVIES IN THE PARK PRESENTED BY ST. EDWARD HIGH SCHOOL & LAKEWOOD CATHOLIC ACADEMYJuly 26 @ 9:00 pm - 11:00 pm
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Crocker Park, 189 Crocker Park Boulevard
Westlake, 44145 + Google Map Join us every Thursday evening at dusk in the Park this Summer as we feature a fantastic line-up of movies, from classics to new releases! Thank you St. Edward High School and Lakewood Catholic Academy for sponsoring this fantastic summer attraction. We hope to see you there! Movies will take place in a NEW LOCATION, Crocker Commons, just South of Market Square. June 7th- Mary Poppins (G) June 14th- Moana (PG) June 21st- Dolphin Tale (PG) June 28th- Beauty and the Beast…
Find out more »COMET ALLEY MUSIC July 27 @ 5:00 pm - 7:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)Enjoy family-friendly acoustic music under the lights every Friday evening by the Hyatt fireplace on the patio of our newest dining option, Cantina Laredo! June 1: The AcoustiCats June 8: Eric Embacher June 15: Jake Briggs June 22: Eric Embacher June 29: Jake Briggs July 6: Charlie Gross July 13: Jerry Popiel July 20: The AcoustiCats July 27: Jake Briggs Aug 3: Eric Embacher Aug 10: Jake Briggs Aug 17: Eric Embacher Aug 24: Jerry Popiel Aug 31: Jake Briggs
Find out more »GATHER ON THE SQUARE July 27 @ 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)Join us this summer at Union Square for a variety of entertainment from painting classes to performers and musicians! All events will be located on the lawn near Regal Cinema. JUNE 02 Jerry Popiel 03 Dr. U.R. Awesome 09 Starz Ballroom 10 The Movement Factory 16 Victor Samelot 17 Charlie Edwards 23 Fake ID 24 The Twosdays 30 Starz Ballroom JULY 01 DR.U.R Awesome 07 Jerry Popiel 08 Rockport 14 Starz Ballroom 15 Rockport 21 Victor Samelot 22 Charlie Edwards 28…
Find out more »MUSIC IN THE PARK PRESENTED BY ROCHE WEALTH MANAGEMENT OF RAYMOND JAMES July 27 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)Enjoy live music every Friday and Saturday evening throughout the summer at the Roche Wealth Management of Raymond James Theater, located near the Cheesecake Factory. May 25 - September 1 May 25: No Moss (R&B/Rock and Funk) May 26: 732 Electric Duo (Pop/Rock) June 1: Yearbook (Classic Rock) June 2: Road Home with Karyn Morgan (Rock's Best Hits) June 8: City Limits (Americana & more) June 9: Hip To That (Jazz/Blues/Alternative) June 15: Grady Miller (Americana & Blues) June 16:…
Find out more »NORTH UNION FARMERS MARKET July 28 @ 9:00 am - 1:00 pm
|Recurring Event (See all)Join your favorite farmers every Saturday morning located in West Park between Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory and Dick's Sporting Goods! Fresh produce, hormone-free meats, bakery, dairy and so much more offered 9am-1pm every Saturday morning through December 15. Learn more about the market at www.northunionfarmersmarket.org .
Find out more »FITNESS ON THE SQUARE July 28 @ 10:00 am
|Recurring Event (See all)Looking to spice up your day-to-day workout routine? Then check out the outdoor fitness classes at Crocker Park, hosted by EFS Personal Training. Classes take place each Saturday from June 2 through August 25. The classes begin at 10am and are held at Union Square, near Regal Cinemas. Classes are FREE for everyone! Class Schedule: June 2: Basic Training Circuit June 9: Summer Sweat June 16: Your Body, Your Gym June 23: Circuit Breaker June 30: Cardio & Core July 7:
Take a sky walk and climb the trees with the Holden Arboretum's Canopy Walk and Emergent Tower experience, through Nov. 1.
Wade Oval Wednesday
Be WOWed by the sight and sounds of Wade Oval Wednesdays - picnics, concerts and movies on the greens in University Circle, June 15-Aug. 31.
Party on the beach at Edgewater Live, the Thursday-night Happy Hour concert series at Edgewater Park, May 31 – August 2.
East Shore Park Club concert
Settle in for a free 7 p.m. sunset concert at the East Shore Park Club concert, 17213 Dorchester Dr. Cleveland, Thursdays from June 7 – August 30.
Natural History Museum
Pterosaurs: Flight in the Age of Dinosaurs
Catch a ride to Pterosaurs: Flight in the Age of Dinosaurs, through August 12 at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History.
Experience the unforgettable sensory journey of Yayoi Kusama: Infinity Mirrors, July 7 to September 30 at the Cleveland Museum of Art.
NORTH COAST NAMASTE
Good news: You will always find a free yoga class in the summer months on Tuesday nights at the North Coast Harbor downtown. Thanks to North Coast Namaste, a variety of Cleveland yoga instructors will host a 45-minute yoga class on the lawn behind FirstEnergy Stadium. All you have to bring is yourself, a clear mind, and a yoga mat.
NORTHCOAST MOMS RUN
Let’s be honest — being a new momma is hard. Finding the balance between motherhood and personal fitness is a never ending quest. Well, end your search here! Introduce yourselves to Cleveland Moms RUN This Town. A FREE running group for moms—or any women—who want to run in a safe, friendly, and inviting community. Run, walk, or jog while socializing with some new friends before you get back to mom stuff. It’ll give you that extra boost you need to tackle on your day. Note: stroller-moms welcome.
Enjoy the sandy views every Friday (June through August) night at 7pm for outdoor yoga
hosted by The Source Yoga Studio.
EAST 4TH - HOUSE OF BLUES
East 4th is one of the most popular spots for some wholesome Cleveland eats and drinks. But it’s also the spot to get your Om on. Meet at the House of Blues every Saturday morning at 10am for beginners yoga on behalf of ZENworks Yoga. Classes are free but donations are strongly encouraged. Oh, and don’t worry about the craziness in finding street parking. Valet parking on East 4th is validated for all class members!
Pink Lotus Yoga studio is pulling out the stops for so. much. yoga. Join this donation-based outdoor yoga class every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Saturday, and Sunday at either Rocky River or Lakewood Park. Stay tuned to their Facebook page for rainy day cancellations. Oh, and don’t forget the sunscreen!
CLUBSSOLE RUN GROUP
You know Second Sole, right? Well, if you don’t you need to. It’s the popular go-to running store in Rocky River. But the real question is, have you heard of their running group, Sole Train? No fees, no registration forms, no waiting list – just your shoes hitting the pavement with those who share the same passion. Check out their weekly schedule for where to meet and what workout you’re about to dominate.
The summers at North Coast Harbor are getting sweatier and sweatier, all thanks to their free workout events. And new this year was their Ship Shape run group! Every Thursday from 6-7pm (June through September), meet at the harbor before heading out for an hour-long run with the group (three+ miles). And don’t worry — this group welcomes all runners and sticks together!
Have you ever wanted to run a national race or marathon but don’t know where to start? We’re with ya. Meet up with NEO FIT (Northeast Ohio FIT) to finally begin training and preparing for that race you’ve always wanted to compete in. New to running? No worries! NEO FIT coaches will get you where you need to be. Meetup on Saturdays for a group run, follow daily training schedules, and gain a new running partner! They’ll transform you from a modest runner to a half-marathon running pro in no time!
It can be tough to find running groups that are close by and actually fit your schedule. Why run alone when you can run with the ultimate support network and training partners? Which is why Fleet Fleet has four different locations and times to accommodate all calendars. Routes are traveled three times a week and all running enthusiasts are welcome!
RUN CLE YOGA
Three great passions, one great name. Run CLE Yoga is your three-in-one club that incorporates Cleveland Yoga’s Liz Schreibers and Melissa Spigutz’s love for running, yoga, and exploring Cleveland. Meet these two every Sunday morning at Cleveland Yoga (uptown) for a 45-minute run. Then, stay for a 75-minute yoga class focused on the muscles you just used on your run. FYI: Runs are always free, but there’s a drop-in rate of $17 for joining yoga.
RUNNING THE BRIDGES
In Hingetown, everyone knows Harness Cycle. But there’s more to this spot than a sweat-worthy spin class. Join them for a 3.5-mile run every Wednesday night! Start off on West 29th before crossing over Lorain-Carnegie Bridge, past the Q and the Jake, down Ontario (with a killer view of the river), and finishing across Detroit-Superior bridge before ending at West 29th again. Got all that? Don’t worry – the tribe leaves together and stays together. They’ll see you at 6:30.
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In the recent news with the sad deaths of @katespade & @anthonybourdain we are thrusted with the topic of Mental Health in social media and the news. I am strong believer to always look for the Silver Lining in all negative occurances. From family members to friends. I have learned that no matter your environment, situation, wealth and fame no one can protect you from mental illness. It affects us all in varying degrees and at different times. Lets all do our part in being advocates for not only our physical health but our mental, emotional and spiritual health too. Listen to yourself and take time out when needed and don't feel guilty about it. Ask for help, help others or at the very least give people the benefit of the doubt. Strive to learn and be educated on topics of mental health and be an advocate for change and not treat the mentally ill like they are much different then us. We are all vulnerable to life's messiness but we can do our part in cleaning that up with a little compassion, understanding and kindness.
Local Volunteer opportunity
NAMI relies on gifts and contributions to support our important work:
We educate. Offered in thousands of communities across the United States through NAMI State Organizations and NAMI Affiliates, our education programs ensure hundreds of thousands of families, individuals and educators get the support and information they need.
We advocate. NAMI shapes national public policy for people with mental illness and their families and provides volunteer leaders with the tools, resources and skills necessary to save mental health in all states.
We listen. Our toll-free NAMI HelpLine allows us to respond personally to hundreds of thousands of requests each year, providing free referral, information and support—a much-needed lifeline for many.
We lead. Public awareness events and activities, including Mental Illness Awareness Week and NAMIWalks, successfully fight stigma and encourage understanding. NAMI works with reporters on a daily basis to make sure our country understands how important mental health is.
Contact: NAMI Greater Cleveland
2012 West 25 Street, #600,
Cleveland, OH 44113
Lisa Dellafiora, Development & Special Events Coordinator
The Run/Walk for Hunger is a 5K run or walk through Downtown beginning and ending at Great Lakes Science Center with music, refreshments and entertainment for the entire family. The Hunger Network will partner with a professional racing company to create an exciting experience for participants that will include shutting down the streets of Downtown Cleveland for a scenic route that all runners and walkers will enjoy.
Sign up here to walk with our group at the event!
Come for free or donate whichever you choose to do!
Saturday, May 12, 2018
Late Registration opens at 8:15 AM
Kick-Off Celebration begins at 9:00 AM
Great Lakes Science Center
601 Erieside Ave, Cleveland, OH 44114
The Hunger Network distributes the largest amount of emergency food in Greater Cleveland. Over 45,000 people receive emergency food at one of the Network’s hunger centers or hot meal sites each month and 31% of those served are children. Every $1 raised at the Run/Walk for Hunger can be leveraged to provide 4 nutritious meals!