Event Calendar

Events for Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Board of Zoning Appeals
8:00 AM

Location:
University Heights City Hall
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Records Retention Commission Meeting
9:00 AM

Location:
University Heights City Hall
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Landmark Commission
5:30 PM

Location:
Cleveland Heights City Hall
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Council Committee of the Whole
6:00 PM

Location:
Cleveland Heights City Hall
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Greg Donley Artist Reception
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM

Location:
Foothill Galleries
2450 Fairmount Blvd.
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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
$15 per class / New clients: Your first class is free!
Students pay at the beginning of the session for all but 3 classes in the session, and pay as they go for the remaining classes in the session. This allows for up to 3 missed classes in the session. I am not able to offer make-up classes.

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)

***Please call for space availability before registering

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

Location:
Loving Hands Yoga and Reiki
2959 Hampshire Road
Cleveland Heights, OH 44118
216-408-5578
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Lecture with Q&A: Holocaust Torah Scrolls: Legacies, Forgeries, Memory and Trauma
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
As the second World War approached, many Jews hid their congregational Torah scrolls for safekeeping. Some of these were found after the war in basements, attics, behind walls, and even in large repositories. Today, some are in active use while others are displayed in synagogue glass cases or in museums. Join Alanna Cooper for a lecture that explores American Jews’ intense interest in Holocaust scrolls, the rituals designed to honor them, and the ethical questions around their possible misuse, as well as the implications of a forgery market.
Location:
CWRU–Siegal Lifelong Learning
25700 Science Park Drive, Beachwood, OH

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Planning Commission
7:00 PM

Location:
Cleveland Heights City Hall
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Poetry Reading - Sarah Minges and Juliet Cook
7:00 PM

Location:
Mac's Backs
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