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April 23, 2017 - April 30, 2017

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Apr 23 Sunday 4 events
Apr 24 Monday 3 events
Apr 25 Tuesday 1 event
Apr 26 Wednesday 4 events
Apr 27 Thursday 5 events
Apr 28 Friday 2 events
Apr 29 Saturday 3 events
April 23

Lantern Court Garden Tours

April 23

Delight in the formal English borders, naturalized plantings, rock gardens and perennial beds.
April 23

Earth Day

April 23

Celebrate Earth Day with your family this spring and discover many ways to help our earth be a healthier planet.
April 23

Jesus Christ Superstar

April 23

A classic 1970’s rock opera based on the Gospel’s accounts of the last week of Jesus’ life.
April 23

NCN Quilt Show

April 23

North Coast Needlers present over 200 traditional and modern quilts, vendors, a raffle quilt, handmade items and a cafe.
April 24

L’chaim Cooking Club

April 24

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

Delicious Discussions

April 24

Dine in downtown Willoughby while discussing this month’s book, “Twenties Girl” by Sophie Kinsella.
April 24

Investing for Beginners

April 24

This program is for Money Smart Week.
April 25

Creative Writing Group

April 25

Meet other writers and journalers for regular inspirational creative writing sessions.
April 26

Senior Matinee Series “The Famous and Infamous Women of Cleveland’s Millionaire Row”

April 26

Dan Ruminski, “Cleveland’s Storyteller” gives a personal look at the lives, acomplishments and misdeeds of the wives of Millionaire Row. 1 p.m.
April 26

Dementia Care Lunch & Learn

April 26

Learn how to positively impact the care of a person with dementia.
April 26

Art in the Afternoon

April 26

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

Senior Matinee Series

April 26

All programs include a cookie-and-punch reception following the performance.
April 27

Beginning Line Dancing

April 27

Ages 50 & over come and learn the basic steps of line dancing.
April 27

Garrettsville Cooking Up a Storm

April 27

Learn about celebrities and other famous people who've published cookbooks.
April 27
April 27

The Geauga County Maple Festival

April 27

Four days of fun, food and “everything maple,” including arts & crafts, bathtub races, concessions, entertainment, Golden Old Timers Luncheon, historical display, and much more.
April 27

Hearing Screenings

April 27

Southwest General Community Nurses are hosting a free hearing screening which will be offered by ENT Health Services, Inc.
April 28

Concerts in the Barn

April 28

See some great bands in a truly unique setting through April 28.
April 28

The Geauga County Maple Festival

April 28

Four days of fun, food and “everything maple,” including arts & crafts, bathtub races, concessions, entertainment, Golden Old Timers Luncheon, historical display, and much more.
April 29

Speaking For League Park Book Discussion: Great Hitters of League Park

April 29

Spoke: A Biography of Tris Speaker by Charles C.
April 29

Chili Con Comedy

April 29

Everyone who loves improv will enjoy the wit and humor of this young actor troupe. Studio Stage in the Main Gallery at The Fine Arts Association at 8 p.m. $10/General Admission Call 440-951-7500 or visit www.fineartsassociation.org for further information.
April 29

The Geauga County Maple Festival

April 29

Four days of fun, food and “everything maple,” including arts & crafts, bathtub races, concessions, entertainment, Golden Old Timers Luncheon, historical display, and much more.

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