Event Calendar

Events for Saturday, April 7, 2018

French Toast Benefit Breakfast at The Coit Road Farmers Market
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
French Toast Made with Local Farm Eggs, Northeast Ohio Maple Syrup, Local Butter, Apple Cider or Fresh-Brewed Crooked River Coffee, all for $6.
$10 includes 3 slices of French toast, bacon or chicken sausage. Yum!

The Coit Road Farmers' Market
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Studio How-To Grand Opening on Coventry
11:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Join us for crafts, prizes and fun to celebrate the move of our studio and shop to Coventry. Stop by any time Saturday. Find out about all the classes and supplies we offer. Ribbon cutting ceremony at 1 pm!
Studio How-To
1799 Coventry Rd
Cleveland Heights, OH 44118
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You Talk, We Listen
12:00 PM - 2:00 PM
Forest Hill Home Owners (FHHO)
will host "You Talk/We Listen" on Saturday, April 7 from noon-2 at the Blue Cottage. FHHO would like to hear from anyone with concerns, suggestions,
information, etc. or would like to meet some other neighbors.
The events will be hosted by FHHO Senior VP, Joan Fox,
and there will be refreshments.

The Blue Cottage
2419 Lee Boulevard
Cleveland Heights, 44118
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A Journey Through Disease Lecture, Trolley & Walking Tour
2:30 PM
Brandy Schillace, Ph.D., Public Engagement Fellow from the Dittrick Medical History Center, will address some of the infamous diseases of the past. From polio to smallpox, cholera to diphtheria, you will learn about epidemics and pandemics that have "plagued" Cleveland and the region. Following the discussion at Daffodil Hall, guests will board Lolly the Trolley and tour through the Cemetery to further explore the types of illnesses and calamities that befell Clevelanders throughout history. A docent from victims of the diseases discussed during the lecture. Some walking involved. Light refreshments served. This tour is part of the Cleveland Humanities Festival. Reservations required. $35.00 per person.
Daffodil Hall - Lakeview Cemetery
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3:00 PM - 6:00 PM
What's a Type-In? It's when people who use, love, and are nostalgic for typewriters get together to talk type & type stuff.

Librarian Quinn Hull will be overseeing the proceedings which will include a speed typing contest, Excquisite Corpse writing prompt and the creation of postcard haikus. But mostly it's an informal drop-in event. We will have some typewriters but please bring your own---even if it's not working properly you may leave with some good advice about how to fix it.

This event is free and open to the public.

Mac's Backs
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