Event Calendar

Events for Thursday, November 30, 2017

Senior Happenings Program
2:00 PM - 3:00 PM
Neil Gould, Edgerton Road resident, and his longtime jamming partner from Bay Village, Dave Franduto, play an eclectic mix of tunes on their acoustic guitars, much as they have done since the early 2000ís as the highlight of the ever-popular annual block party in University Heights.

University Heights Library
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Meet Your Police
6:00 PM

Cleveland Heights City Hall
40 Severance Circle
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Workshop: Sustainable Hardwood Floor Restoration
7:00 PM - 8:45 PM
An eco-friendly look at how you can care for your home's hardwood. Learn about the supplies and tools you'll need for caring for your floors. Also, see how to buff, sand, and refinish your floors in an environmentally conscious way.
Home Repair Resource Center
2520 Noble Rd.
Cleveland Heights, OH 44121
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Writers & Booksellers Recommend
7:00 PM
Authors Elise Geither, John Bruening and Cindy Washabaugh will discuss their new books and recommend other good reads for holiday gift-giving on Thursday, November 30th at 7 p.m.

Mac's booksellers Grace Harper and Rosa Ransom will also recommend recent and favorite books for those on your holiday list.

Elise Geither is the author of The Deer, a coming of age young adult novel. The summer Minna turns 15, her family moves to a new neighborhood to be near her ailing grandmother. There, Minna meets Van and Rebecca, two teens who pull Minna out of her world of books and teach her about friendship, ice skating, and life. But one of them also holds a deep secret. Minna wants to help them all and the story comes to a shocking conclusion in the neighborhood park at the end of that summer.

Elise Geither, PhD, is Associate Director of Spoken English Programs at Case Western Reserve University, Ohio.

John Bruening is the author of The Midnight Guardian: Hour of Darkness an homage to classic pulp fiction. He has been writing professionally for more than thirty years, first as a newspaper reporter and magazine editor and later as a marketing copywriter. As far back as he can remember, he has been a fan of comics, pulps, adventure fiction, vintage movies and serials, old-time radio, and any other form of heroic storytelling.

Poet Cindy Washabaugh's most recent collection is Sings the Body. These 26 sensual poems tell the story of one phase of a life's journey impacted by the early and unexpected loss of a mother; of how such a thing shapes a daughter's life as she becomes a woman-with her lovers, friends, with her sister, with her own daughter, and with the landscapes of her world, both internal and external.

Cindy is a writer, community/organizational program developer and director, facilitator, editor, and arts advocate. She currently designs, directs and facilitates programs in individual growth and development, community connection and learning through the creative arts in community and organizational settings throughout Northeast Ohio, including Magnolia Clubhouse Inc., Waterloo Arts, Literary Cleveland, the Slovenian Workmenís Home, Stone Gardens at Menorah Park, Heights Arts, Cuyahoga County Public Library and many more.
Mac's Backs
1820 Coventry Road
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Sherlock Holmes: The Baker Street Irregulars, preview performance
7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
Dobama Theatre presents the regional premiere of SHERLOCK HOLMES: THE BAKER STREET IRREGULARS, by Eric Coble from the graphic novels by Tony Lee and Dan Boultwood and directed by Nathan Motta.

Itís December on the streets of London, Sherlock Holmes is missing, and a young girlís grandmother has been abducted. Who will save the day? The Baker Street Irregulars -†a group of orphans, pickpockets, inventors, and artists hired by Sherlock himself to help solve cases. Can a gang of street kids find Sherlock, unravel a mystery from their own past, and defeat a masked villain who just might be the evil Professor Moriarty himself? The gameís afoot! SHERLOCK HOLMES is a fun holiday show for all ages that investigates what it means to be a family.

The show runs for 2 hours including a 15-minute intermission. Contains fog and lighting effects.

11/28 Preview at 7:30pm
11/30 Preview at 7:30pm
12/1 Opening at 8:00pm
12/2 at 8:00pm
12/3 at 2:30pm
12/3 PAYC at 7:30pm

12/7 at 7:30pm
12/8 at 8:00pm
12/9 at 2:30pm and 8:00pm
12/10 at 2:30pm

12/14 at 7:30pm
12/15 at 8:00pm
12/16 at 2:30pm and 8:00pm
12/17 at 2:30pm

12/20 at 7:30pm
12/21 at 7:30pm
12/22 at 8:00pm
12/23 at 2:30pm and 8:00pm

12/27 at 7:30pm
12/28 at 7:30pm
12/29 at 8:00pm
12/30 at 2:30pm and 8:00pm


Tues-Thurs Eve.-$35 Adult, $20 Student
Fri-Sat Eve.-$38 Adult, $20 Student
Sat-Sun Matinee-$35 Adult, $20 Student

Preview Nights-All seats $15
Sunday, 12/3 is a Pay-As-You-Can Evening Performance.

The first Sunday of every production is a 7:30pm Pay-As-You-Can performance. Patrons may pay whatever they can afford; $1 or over can purchase a Pay-As-You-Can ticket. Dobama is committed to making live theatre accessible to everyone.

More information about the show can be

found at www.dobama.org/sherlock
Tickets can be purchased online, by email through boxoffice@dobama.org, over the phone at 216-932-3396, or by visiting our box office between 12-4pm Wednesday-Saturday during production weeks.
Dobama Theatre
2340 Lee Road
Cleveland Heights
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