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February 19, 2017 - February 26, 2017

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Feb 19 Sunday 1 event
Feb 20 Monday 4 events
Feb 21 Tuesday 5 events
Feb 22 Wednesday 4 events
Feb 23 Thursday 4 events
Feb 24 Friday 4 events
Feb 25 Saturday 2 events
February 19

Tree, Trees, Trees! The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve

February 19

The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve is proud to present its satellite show, Trees, Trees, Trees!
February 20

Tree, Trees, Trees! The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve

February 20

The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve is proud to present its satellite show, Trees, Trees, Trees!
February 20

Speak Easy Stroke Support Group

February 20

Therapeutic activities, social connections, events and more.
February 20

"Purls" of Wisdom

February 20

Drop in to this knitting circle and learn a little bit of Torah every other Monday at 7 p.m.
February 20

Senior Led Exercise

February 20

Use light weights and DynaBands to strengthen muscles, and improve flexibility and range of motion.
February 21

Tree, Trees, Trees! The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve

February 21

The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve is proud to present its satellite show, Trees, Trees, Trees!
February 21

Geauga Walkers

February 21

Join other active seniors on weekly 1½ mile hikes.
February 21

Hiking Seniority

February 21

Seniors (50 and older) meet year-round every Tuesday at nearby parks for nature appreciation, exercise and camaraderie.
February 21

Exercises for Arthritis

February 21

Class led by an Arthritis Foundation-trained instructor from Medina Village.
February 21

Indoor Pickleball

February 21

A recreational, indoor game that is a combination of tennis, badminton and table tennis, all rolled into one. 10 a.m.-noon.
February 22

Tree, Trees, Trees! The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve

February 22

The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve is proud to present its satellite show, Trees, Trees, Trees!
February 22

Art in the Afternoon

February 22

In partnership with the Alzheimer’s Association, the Cleveland Museum of Art provides specialized tours for those with memory loss and their caregivers.
February 22

Senior Matinee Series

February 22

All programs include a cookie-and-punch reception following the performance.
February 22

Solo at Sarah's Vineyard

February 22

Cozy up in the 1840s post and beam tasting room and listen to some local favorites.
February 23

Tree, Trees, Trees! The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve

February 23

The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve is proud to present its satellite show, Trees, Trees, Trees!
February 23

Tech Thursdays

February 23

First come, first served assistance in familiarizing yourself with your mobile device, acquiring basic computer skills and more.
February 23

Aging Wisely

February 23

The first half of the class will be doing easy chair exercises, and the second half will be exercising our brains.
February 23

Menopause — The Musical

February 23

Grab your girlfriends and get ready for a night of laughs.
February 24

Tree, Trees, Trees! The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve

February 24

The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve is proud to present its satellite show, Trees, Trees, Trees!
February 24

Chair Volleyball

February 24

Open to all Portage County residents.
February 24

Free Community Open House

February 24

Bring your canvas and art supplies to the first floor gallery, and the space, atmosphere, snacks and drinks will be provided.
February 24

Ohio History Bingo

February 24

Combine fun and learning into a great night of Ohio History Bingo.
February 25

Tree, Trees, Trees! The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve

February 25

The Artists Archives of the Western Reserve is proud to present its satellite show, Trees, Trees, Trees!
February 25

Sandlot Baseball Roundtable

February 25

A round table discussion about sandlot baseball in Cleveland will take place at the Baseball Heritage Museum at League Park on Saturday, February 25 starting at noon.  The participants will include: Nobby Lewandowski Gary Oring Frank Petruno Russ Schneider   All four men were participants in sandlot baseball in Cleveland when Cleveland was considered the sandlot baseball capitol of the world.  Nobby and Gary both went on to play professional baseball.  Frank was a long-time player and manager on the Cleveland sandlots as was Russ who went on to become the beat writer covering the Indians for The Plain Dealer and to author numerous books about the Indians.  All were involved with the Wenham Truckers sandlot team, one of Cleveland's most prominent and successful Class A baseball teams.   The program is part of the "Speaking for League Park" program being held throughout 2017 by the museum.  The program is made possible, in part, thanks to a grant from Cuyahoga Arts & Culture (CAC).

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