Event Calendar

Events for Thursday, June 24, 2021

Drive-Through Food Distribution
12:00 PM
The Cleveland Heights Community Center is partnering with the Cleveland Food Bank to be a distribution point for The Farmers to Families food box program providing farm fresh food to Cleveland Heights residents in need. The next distribution date is June 24 at the Community Center, 1 Monticello Blvd. Those interested must call 216-691-7373 in advance to reserve your box since supplies are limited.
CH Community Center

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Pancreatic Cancer Updates
6:30 PM - 8:00 PM
Hear from University Hospitals, Jordan Winters, MD about the latest treatments for pancreatic cancer. Find ways to cope with the emotional aspects of pancreatic cancer and hear about local resources. For individuals and families currently coping with cancer. This program is presented by: Jordan Winter, MD & Aseem Garg, LPCC, LMFT.
Program occurs over Zoom. Advance registration required.


Together Again! "Emerging into Light"
7:00 PM
Free admission, reservations required.

A riff on Mozart by Beethoven, an ebullient Mendelssohn Quintet, and more.

Beethoven wrote these exuberant variations on Mozartís transcendent opera, The Magic Flute, riffing on an aria that extolls the joys of marital bliss. With love comes loss, as evidenced by Smetanaís anguished piano trio, written following the devastating loss of his beloved 4-year-old daughter. This milestone of Romanticism is a tender elegy, and incorporates his daughterís favorite melody. The light returns with the ebullient energy and distinctive sparkle of Mendelssohnís extraordinary quintet.
The Grove Amphitheatre
425 North Commons Blvd.
Mayfield Village, OH 44143
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Rachel L. Swarns Talks Reparations
7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

The Black Caucus of Forest Hill Church, Presbyterian proudly announces that Rachel L. Swarns has agreed to participate in our discussion project 'Racial Inequality, Are Reparations Part Of The Solution?'. Ms. Swarns New York Times articles about Georgetown's University participation in slavery and the slave trade sparked a national conversation on this very topic. Thursday evening, via ZOOM, June 24, from 7 p.m. to 8:30, via ZOOM, Ms. Swarns will be our guest speaker.
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