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July 23, 2017 - July 30, 2017

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Jul 23 Sunday 5 events
Jul 24 Monday 4 events
Jul 25 Tuesday 4 events
Jul 26 Wednesday 5 events
Jul 27 Thursday 4 events
Jul 28 Friday 4 events
Jul 29 Saturday 2 events
July 10 - July 24

Acupressure

July 10 - July 24

This class will introduce you to the beautiful art of Jin Shin Jyutsu, an ancient Japanese form of gentle touch therapy applied with the hands and fingertips in successive patterns on the clothed body.
July 23

The Sound of Music

July 23

The beloved musical story of Maria and the von Trapp Family will once again thrill audiences. $20-75
July 23

Ice Cream Weekends

July 23

Celebrate National Ice Cream Month by trying your hand at making ice cream and meeting the cows that produce milk and cream.
July 23

Golden Opportunities

July 23

Tune into WKYC-TV 3 for the best legal, financial, medical and lifestyle information you need to know as you age.  11:30 a.m. goldenopportunities.tv
July 23

Take a Hike

July 23

Five free weekly guided walking tours of distinct neighborhoods in downtown Cleveland.
July 10 - July 24

Acupressure

July 10 - July 24

This class will introduce you to the beautiful art of Jin Shin Jyutsu, an ancient Japanese form of gentle touch therapy applied with the hands and fingertips in successive patterns on the clothed body.
July 24

L’chaim Cooking Club

July 24

Cook and eat the treasured family recipes of Jewish women in the Holocaust and bring their recipes and memories to life.
July 24

Stephen King: America’s Boogeyman

July 24

In honor of King’s 70th birthday, we will take a look at his works, adaptations, and influence on American pop culture.
July 24

Take a Hike

July 24

Five free weekly guided walking tours of distinct neighborhoods in downtown Cleveland.
July 25

Sounds of Summer

July 25

Listen to great local bands surrounded by the beauty of the Arboretum’s gardens.
July 25

Free Yoga Classes on the Lakefront

July 25

Join Cleveland area yoga studios on Tuesday evenings for North Coast Namaste.
July 25

Senior Bowling

July 25

Bowl three games and get shoe rental.
July 25

Take a Hike

July 25

Five free weekly guided walking tours of distinct neighborhoods in downtown Cleveland.
July 26

Cornhole

July 26

Open, indoor play for all levels.
July 26

Art in the Afternoon

July 26

In partnership with the Alzheimer’s Association, the Cleveland Museum of Art provides specialized tours for those with memory loss and their caregivers.
July 26

Five Dollar Wednesday Nights

July 26

Explore the museum after 5 p.m.
July 26

Senior Matinee Series

July 26

All programs include a cookie-and-punch reception following the performance.
July 26

Take a Hike

July 26

Five free weekly guided walking tours of distinct neighborhoods in downtown Cleveland.
July 27

Edgewater Live

July 27

Grab a blanket or lawn chair, listen to some of Cleveland's hottest bands and grab dinner from the top local food trucks.
July 27

Music on the Patio

July 27

 Bring a chair for a relaxing evening on the patio on the second and fourth Thursday.
July 27

Take a Hike

July 27

Five free weekly guided walking tours of distinct neighborhoods in downtown Cleveland.
July 27

Sidewalk Sale

July 27

Come on down, enjoy the sunshine and support merchants.
July 28

Live Music at The Piazza

July 28

Classical acoustic easy listening.
July 28

Polliwogs, Ponds, Picnics and Popsicles

July 28

Pack a picnic dinner, dip for frogs, catch tadpoles, listen to bullfrogs and watch fireflies with complimentary supplies and popsicles.
July 28

Take a Hike

July 28

Five free weekly guided walking tours of distinct neighborhoods in downtown Cleveland.
July 28

Sidewalk Sale

July 28

Come on down, enjoy the sunshine and support merchants.
July 29

Take a Hike

July 29

Five free weekly guided walking tours of distinct neighborhoods in downtown Cleveland.
July 29

Sidewalk Sale

July 29

Come on down, enjoy the sunshine and support merchants.

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