Event Calendar

Events for Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Lenten Wednesday Series
6:00 PM

Peace Lutheran Church
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Active Yoga ~'~ Loving Hands Yoga
6:15 PM - 7:15 PM
Active Yoga – This is a moderate-intensity class, perfect for those with previous yoga experience. In this class we gradually increase our heart rate, flow aerobically through various poses, and work on developing strength, flexibility, balance, and stamina. We focus on the yoga principles of alignment, connecting our breath with our movement, and practicing present-moment awareness. The level of challenge is designed around the students’ desires and abilities.

Class Fees
*** Students pay for 9 classes ($135) and pay as they go for the remaining classes in the session ($15 per class). New clients: Your first class is free!

*** Single drop-in class: $15 (For those who want to try it out before signing up for a session. Please call for space availability before coming to a class)

For information, please call 216-408-5578 or visit http://www.lovinghandsyoga.com

Loving Hands Yoga and Reiki
2959 Hampshire Road
Cleveland Heights, OH 44118
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Community Forum - Sharing Your News: Deciding what to say and how to execute it
6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Reaching Heights invites non-profits and community groups to the 2nd forum for improving school-community communication.

Free admission. Refreshments provided. Please RSVP to krista@reachingheights.org or call (216) 932-5110.
Coventry Building
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Board of Zoning Appeals
7:00 PM

Cleveland Heights City Hall
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Burning River Baroque's Suppressed Voices: Music of the Banished at The Wine Spot
7:30 PM - 9:00 PM
Cleveland-based early-music ensemble Burning River Baroque presents Suppressed Voices: Music of the Banished, a pastiche of European wine and music pairings hosted by The Wine Spot on Wednesday, March 21 at 7:30 pm. The performance is free, and free-will donations will be gratefully accepted.

Music has long offered a space for outsiders to find a voice, and classical composers have often been at the forefront of political and social change. From the character of Agrippina, a political exile in G.F. Handel’s cantata, to composers like Johann Rosenmüller, Evaristo Felice dall’Abaco, and Peter Philips who were forced to flee their homelands for various social, political, and religious reasons, this program will challenge audiences’ expectations and highlight the accomplishments of those who overcame great adversity. Performers will include co-directors Malina Rauschenfels (soprano), Paula Maust (harpsichord) and guest artists Sarah Elizabeth Cranor (baroque violin), Reynaldo Patiño (baroque violin), and Jessica Korotkin (baroque cello). Burning River Baroque will be partnering with the Refugee Services Collaborative of Greater Cleveland for this concert.
The Wine Spot, 2271 Lee Road
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