Why? Disney’s Newsies!

It was a quiet weekend and start to the week, which usually just means something really big is brewing! Last night qualifies, as Mom and I had incredible third-row center seats to see “Disney’s Newsies” at Playhouse Square.


A lot of you probably remember loving the “Newsies” movie, which came out in 1992 (cue feeling old.) I vividly remember listening to the soundtrack cassette tape over and over in my Walkman. And while “Seize the Day” is certainly the well-known anthem from “Newsies,” my own personal favorite song has always been “King of New York.” I was surprised at how many other songs I remembered while at the show last night, though…Disney certainly knows how to write soundtracks that stick with you!

But, no matter which songs you loved from the movie (or even if you never saw the movie), the “Newsies” musical is a rousing, fun, energetic romp through the story of turn-of-the-century kids selling newspapers and their gutsy decision to take on the powers that be.

What I especially loved about the musical was the athleticism and talent displayed in the dance numbers. The cast were all perfectly on cue with each other and the stage was often completely filled with wall-to-wall dancers. My preference with musicals tends toward the big, bold, bright, 1940’s-esque shows, so a show with lots of chorus, big dance numbers, and a lot of heart is right up my alley.

“Newsies” shows its playful side off-stage too. There is a fun photo op, where you can get your picture in the “pape,” just like the newsies!


If you share on social media with the hashtages “#SeizetheDayCLE” and “#NewsiesonTour,” you might just see your face on the Playhouse Square screens as you’re leaving the show!

There’s also really adorable “Newsies” merchandise! Just in time for hat season, I love this new addition to my collection:


If you already have tickets, you are in for quite the fun evening! If you want to get in on the energy of “Newsies,” tickets are extremely limited.

But, the #SeizeSingleSeats option can help! You use the pick-a-seat map to choose a single seat (meaning the seats immediately next to it are both already sold). Buy your ticket and in addition, you get a concession voucher good for pre-show or intermission, plus a “Newsies” swag bag! Think about it: you get to see the show, you get some fun bonus gifts, and you’re not going to talk during the show anyway, right? No, you’re going to be watching those adorable newsies sing and dance their hearts out!

“Disney’s Newsies” runs at the Connor Palace Theatre from now until Sunday, November 16. Check it out if you can. I promise you’ll have a high-energy evening and be humming and toe-tapping throughout the next day!

***Disclosure: I was invited by Playhouse Square to attend the media night of “Disney’s Newsies” with a guest. I received two tickets to the show, as well as a Newsies tote bag and newsboy cap. All opinions, love of hats, and obsession with musicals from my childhood are 100% my own.***


Why? Grind Burger!

On Tuesday, Matthew and I had the chance to attend the soft opening of Grind Burger, the latest entry in the gourmet burger scene. Now, while I love a good burger, there seems to be an abundance of places offering tasty burgers with unique toppings and sides and fun twists on milkshakes. So, does Grind Burger stand out? Absolutely!

The main thing that sets Grind Burger apart is right in the name: all the burgers are double-ground right on site using Certified Angus Beef from Blue Ribbon Meats. Not only is Grind Burger working with high-quality, local ingredients, but grinding the burgers on site makes them as fresh as can be and the double grinding process makes them extra tender and juicy.


You can even watch the process through a window in the back of the restaurant, if you’re so inclined.

We started our evening with a tour of the restaurant, which has an ample lounge and bar area, along with the tables, and what will be a great patio in warmer weather. The restaurant also has some cool accents, such as meat-grinder chandeliers and exposed brick walls.

Grind Burger offers a wide selection of craft beer, wine, and inventive cocktails.


The beers are all very reasonably-priced too! Yes, that’s a Thirsty Dog Christmas Ale. Yes, I swore I wouldn’t have Christmas Ale in October.

Next up came the appetizers. Everyone got to sample the sauerkraut balls and the hot dog sliders.

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Grind Burger’s sauerkraut balls are blended with kraut, beef, and sausage, served with a side of ranch. Not at all soggy and incredibly tasty, this family recipe from owner Michelle is a must-order. The hot dog sliders, topped with homemade chili, relish and Stadium mustard, and mac ‘n cheese respectively are a fun choice. I especially enjoyed the almost Texas-toast-like buns.

Then, it was time for the main event: the burgers! From a limited menu of three burgers, I chose the Burrata burger (which honestly would have been my choice anyway). Creamy, light and fluffy cheese, raspberry reduction and arugula accompanied the juicy half-pound burger.


First, the burger itself. This is one of the best tasting burgers (just taking into account the meat) I’ve ever had. It was juicy and perfectly seasoned. Grind Burger’s servers wear shirts that say, “Perfection is messy.” As the juice dripped down our hands, we’d have to agree, but perfection is also deliciously worth it.

Now, raspberry reduction on a burger may sound odd, but the sauce is not overly sweet and was the perfect compliment to the Burrata cheese and the salty goodness of the burger itself. Offset by the slightly bitter taste of the arugula, everything balanced into a perfect blend of flavors.

Matthew chose the Grind burger, with Manchego cheese, Zinfandel-braised onions, and housemade truffle aioli. I didn’t even get a bite. And I asked for one. That’s how good he thought it was.

We finished our evening with handcrafted milkshakes. Grind Burger has a wide variety of milkshakes to which you can also add an adult kick. I chose the Kit Kat milkshake, made with arguably my favorite Halloween trick or treat candy.


There are chunks of Kit Kat in the shake. I think one is stuck in my straw here.

A perfect end to a delicious meal! While it’s true that there are a lot of upscale burger places popping up, Grind Burger’s taste, thanks to their commitment to quality ingredients and freshness from grinding the meat on site, really sets them apart. Plus, owners Michelle and Craig Ozan are two of the nicest people you’ll meet. I always love supporting a restaurant that not only supports other local businesses through their ingredients, but also is run by genuinely good people.

Owner Craig with Chris and Matthew

Owner Craig with Chris and Matthew

Grind Burger is now open in Highland Heights from 11am-10pm Sunday through Thursday and 11am to 12am Friday and Saturday. They feature a daily happy hour from 4pm-6pm. Oh, and the full menu has deep fried bacon. Seriously. I know I’ll be back for that, plus more superior burgers and shakes. Check ‘em out!

***Disclosure: I was invited to attend the soft opening of Grind Burger with a guest. Our meals were complimentary. Our alcohol was paid for on our own. As always, all opinions are 100% my own.***


Why? Jump Back Ball 24 Ticket Kickoff Party!

***A bit of blogkeeping: Congratulations to Tim Zaun (Comment #1), randomly-selected winner of 2 tickets to Entertaining by Design! Please check your email for details. If you didn’t win, tickets will be available for $10 at the door for next weekend’s event.***

The 24th annual Jump Back Ball, put on by Playhouse Square Partners to benefit Playhouse Square, is set for Saturday, February 28, 2015. This year’s theme is Jump Back to the Future, so fire up the Delorean and get excited for another amazing year at JBB!


On Monday, November 10 from 5:30pm-7:30pm, come to the Jump Back Ball 24 Ticket Kickoff Party to buy your tickets, as well as have some fun at Cleveland’s newest hot spot to grab a beer: Hofbrauhaus.  Last year’s Jump Back Ball sold out in a record-breaking 10 days, so I know you don’t want to be left out of your first chance to buy tickets (and at the best price no less!)

That evening, general admission JBB tickets will cost $130 for members of Playhouse Square Partners or $165 for for non-Partners. All VIP tickets will cost $250. There will also be limits on the number of tickets you can purchase that night, so bring your friends if you need a bunch of tickets. Partners will be able to purchase four tickets (2 at the Partners price and 2 at the non-Partners price) and non-Partners will be able to purchase two tickets. If you’re not a member of Partners, you can join that evening and still take advantage of the Partners ticket-buying benefits.

Also at the Kickoff Party, Playhouse Square Partners will be collecting new, unused personal care items, such as shampoo, toothpaste, or soap, for the Hunger Network of Greater Cleveland. Everyone bringing a donation that evening will be entered into a raffle.

JBB tickets will go on sale to the general public the next morning, with an increase of $15+handling fees per ticket. So, come to the Ticket Kickoff Party at the Hofbrauhaus and have your best-priced Jump Back Ball tickets in one hand and a massive mug of beer in the other! RSVP here for the Jump Back Ball 24 Ticket Kickoff Party. I hope to see you there!

***Disclosure: I am a board member of Playhouse Square Partners. I was also asked by Playhouse Square to help promote Jump Back Ball 24. In exchange, I will receive one complimentary ticket to the event, when I purchase a ticket of the same value. As always, all opinions are 100% my own.***


Why? Weekends!

***A bit of blogkeeping: Have you entered to win two tickets to Entertaining by Design at the Ohio Design Centre? Today is your last chance, so check it out!***

What a perfect fall weekend! The weather was gorgeous and we had a lot of fun pre-Halloween activities planned. But, let’s start out on Friday morning instead. My friend Stephanie and I have been meaning to make plans, but schedules being what they are, getting together has been tough.

Then we realized that we pass the same little donut shop in the mornings and the idea for a donut date was born. So, Friday morning, I met up with Stephanie for coffee, donuts, and lots of catching up at Royal Donut. This was my neighborhood donut shop growing up and is still my favorite.

Stephanie mentioned how nice it would be to be retired and just sit and chat in the donut shop all day. I definitely agree, but since we’re not, we had a quick donut date and then it was off to work.

On Saturday evening, Matthew and I took Jeffrey to the Hauntaquarium at the Greater Cleveland Aquarium.


Jeffrey was a lion and we were his keepers (literal hat-tip to Amanda and Scott for letting us borrow their hats.) The aquarium was decked out with Halloween decorations, trick-or-treat stations, spooky music, and there was even a Pirate Party in one of the upstairs rooms. I wasn’t sure about Halloween activities for this year, but Jeffrey loves watching our fish tank at home, so I figured it was worth a shot.

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Jeffrey absolutely loved watching the fish and turtles and we heard lots of excited squeals from him. This was definitely a fun event that even a little one could enjoy!

For not so little ones, the Greater Cleveland Aquarium is hosting the Lake Erie Monster Bash for those 21+ on Friday, October 31, with zombies haunting the aquarium, a dance party, a costume contest, and more. Tickets are $35 and can be purchased online.

On Sunday, we had an opportunity to show off Jeffrey’s other Halloween costume at a special Kindermusik Halloween party.


There were songs for both kids (“5 Little Pumpkins”) and grown-ups (“Ghost Busters”) and fun games and it was yet another great way to celebrate the holiday with Jeffrey.

So, we had a very kid-centered Halloween weekend, but what I love is that we’ve been able to balance weekends like this with weekends of dinners with friends and grown-up fun too. It’s certainly not an easy tight-rope to walk, but we’re doing our best and seeing how happy Jeffrey was this weekend, I think we’re doing OK!

How was your weekend?


Why? Entertaining by Design Giveaway!

I can’t believe the holidays are almost upon us, which means lots of chances to have family and friends over for a meal. To give you some inspiration for your table, the Ohio Design Centre is hosting Entertaining by Design, an annual tabletop showcase, with tablescapes created by top interior designers.


New this year is a Patron Party and Gala on Thursday, November 6 to benefit North Union Farmers Market. Attendees will get a first look at the designs, as well as specialty cocktails, savory small bites, live music, and the chance to bid on unique auction items. Tickets for the Patron Party and Gala are $100.

Then, on Friday, November 7 and Saturday, November 8, the sprawling Ohio Design Centre showrooms will be open to the public to take in these beautiful table designs and get inspired for your own holiday (and beyond) entertaining.

There will be the opportunity to vote for the People’s Choice Award, as well as see how your own personal choices match up with the winners chosen by a celebrity judge panel, including Brandon Chrosotowski from EDWINS restaurant and Charity D’Amato from i heart cleveland.

The showrooms will be open from 11am-7pm on Friday and 10am-4pm on Saturday. Tickets are $10 at the door to peruse the beautiful designs and proceeds similarly benefit North Union Farmers Market’s education and access programs. Or you can enter to win two tickets to the public table viewing good for either Friday or Saturday right here!

Here’s how to enter (you can do one, two, three, or all four entries, just leave a separate comment for each):

1. Leave a comment telling me for which holiday you need decorating inspiration.

2. Leave a comment if you like Ohio Design Centre and Why CLE? on Facebook, letting me know you like both pages.

3. Follow @ohdesigncentre and @WhyCLE on Twitter and leave a comment letting me know you’re following both.

4. Tweet the following phrase and leave a comment letting me know you tweeted:

I want to get inspired at @ohdesigncentre #entertainingbydesign to benefit @NUFarmersMarket thanks to @WhyCLE: http://wp.me/p1fb9r-29L

You can tweet once per day for additional entries, just leave a separate comment each time you tweet.

The giveaway will close on Monday, October 27 at 11:59pm and the winner will be announced the following day. Good luck!

***Disclosure: I was asked by the Ohio Design Centre to help promote Entertaining by Design. In exchange, I will receive 2 tickets for myself and 2 tickets to give away to the public table viewings. As always, all opinions are 100% my own.***


Why? The Splash Infuser!

Recently, I had a chance to email interview Tim Hayes, CEO and founder of Cardboard Helicopter and chief inventor of the Splash Infuser.


Not only has Tim invented what sounds like a fabulous product, but he is also contributing to Cleveland’s entrepreneurial and creative culture and spirit. So, let’s hear what he has to say:

Tell me about Cardboard Helicopter. How did you get started?

I felt like I’ve had an entrepreneurial spirit my entire life, whether it was selling Kool-Aid, having my own landscaping company, or making and selling t-shirts, among other things. Years later, after graduating from the Cleveland Institute of Art’s industrial design program, I worked and learned from some amazing companies in the region. However, I quickly decided that I was done working for others, and started to pave my own path to work for myself and one day start a company. Alone, I started designing and inventing products to license out to companies for royalties. After I started to gain some momentum, I asked some creative and talented friends to be involved. From there, Cardboard Helicopter was born. The name is about having limitless imagination and thinking without boundaries, and was conceived from the first time I remember using my imagination as a child. I had a large cardboard box, and told everyone in the house that I would be able to make it fly by the end of the day. Obviously, physics and other factors prevented the box from flying, but I kept creating and building things throughout my life. Our website can be found at www.cardboardhelicopter.com.

What is the Splash Infuser?

The Splash Infuser concept came to me earlier this year after I got bored with regular water and started infusing it with fresh fruit. I purchased a few tumblers with infusers built in, but they seemed to only really work after letting the fruit soak in the water overnight. I felt like there had to be a better way to infuse your drinks more rapidly. My team and I started brainstorming and testing different concepts, and eventually determined that our current design functions the best. We’re hoping the Splash Infuser will motivate consumers to forgo sugary, high-calorie beverages and start experimenting with creating their own healthy concoctions. Also, with homemade cocktails gaining popularity, the Splash is a great way to craft your own naturally flavored liquor!

What advantages does the Splash Infuser have over other infuser bottles?

The 2-piece infuser features a patented muddler lid that allows the user to twist and mash the ingredients, rapidly infusing your beverage with natural, healthy flavors. Also, we designed the Splash to accommodate as many ingredients as possible, while being able to fit inside most drinking containers. Many of the current infuser products on the market are fixed to larger containers, limiting their versatility and making them more difficult to clean.

What is your favorite way to use the Splash Infuser?

We’ve experimented with hundreds of flavor combinations for infusing both water and liquor, including using ingredients like chocolate, coffee beans, black pepper and yes, even bacon. One of my personal favorites is the cucumber and rosemary Splash infusion. The cucumber adds a nice subtle flavor, while the rosemary provides a terrific aroma to your beverage, creating a very smooth and refreshing drink. A few other crowd-pleasing Splash recipes were a lime, pineapple, jalapeno and cilantro infusion, as well as strawberry, lemon and mint. There are thousands of possible ingredient combinations, and we urge users to experiment with their favorite fruits, herbs, veggies and spices!

Tell me about the Cleveland background of Cardboard Helicopter and Splash Infuser.

When I was finishing up my time at CIA, I noticed a lot of my peers were looking for jobs in bigger markets like Chicago and New York. I understood their desire for a change of scenery, but I knew I eventually wanted to make my mark here in Cleveland. To be honest, there was no other choice for me. Cleveland, and the state of Ohio, has so much to offer in terms of manufacturing and innovative resources, not to mention we have a huge cost of living and cost of running a business advantage compared to many other cities. My team is made up of other passionate Clevelanders, and we are proud to grow our business here.

How can we support getting the Splash Infuser to market?

After paying for the production tooling, we are turning to the crowdfunding platform Kickstarter to help make the Splash a reality. People who are interested in learning more can find our campaign page by visiting www.splashinfuser.com. There, they will be able to donate to our project, and receive the Splash Infuser and other great rewards just by pledging. For example, those who donate $15 would receive two Splash Infusers if we hit our goal next month. If we reach our goal, we will start manufacturing here in the US immediately, with shipments going out in December. If we don’t reach our goal, your donation is never collected. So if you’re interested in owning the Splash and helping out a local small business, please visit www.splashinfuser.com and check out our rewards, or share with others that might benefit from the Splash Infuser!

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Good luck to Tim and the Cardboard Helicopter team with the Splash Infuser and all your creative efforts! Thanks for keeping your entrepreneurial drive in Cleveland!


Why? Forbidden Games!

On Friday evening, Matthew and I got a sneak peek at the newest exhibit at the Cleveland Museum of Art.

Photo-Eye (Foto-Auge) (detail),1927, printed 1938–40. Anton Stankowski (German, 1906–1998). Gelatin silver print, montage, from negatives with handwork; 10.9 x 14.5 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, John L. Severance Fund 2007.122. © Stankowski-Stiftung

Photo-Eye (Foto-Auge) (detail),1927, printed 1938–40. Anton Stankowski (German, 1906–1998). Gelatin silver print, montage, from negatives with handwork; 10.9 x 14.5 cm. The Cleveland Museum of Art, John L. Severance Fund 2007.122. © Stankowski-Stiftung

A collection of Surrealist and Modernist photography, Forbidden Games offers a glimpse into these disciplines with 167 photographs, movies, and interactive components.

Matthew experiments with a photo light board at Forbidden Games

Matthew experiments with a photo light board at Forbidden Games

The photographs are interesting and creepy and startling and impressive, all at once. As Matthew reminded me, these were created mainly from the 1920’s to 1940’s, without the help of Photoshop to aid in the unique images.

Aside from the first glimpse at the new exhibition, we also got a sample of cocktails and small bites from Provenance, the restaurant within the Cleveland Museum of Art. Provenance is currently offering a prix fixe menu inspired by another exhibition at the Museum: Maine Sublime: Frederic Church’s “Twilight in the Wilderness.”


We nibbled Maine lobster cake, pan-seared venison with juniper jus served on top butternut squash, sweet corn succotash in a Brussels sprout leaf cup, and house-made whoopie pie with salted caramel cream.

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The small bites definitely left me wanting to try the entire prix fixe Maine-inspired menu, which is available at Provenance for both lunch and dinner.

Forbidden Games is open now through Sunday, January 11, 2015 and is free to the public. Guided tours of the exhibition are available in November and December on Tuesdays at 11am and 2pm and on Wednesdays through Sundays at 2pm.

A 240-page catalog by curator emeritus Tom Hinson, photo historian Ian Walker, and independent curator Lisa Kurzner was created to accompany the exhibition and can be purchased at the Museum for $29.95 (soft cover) or $39.95 (hard cover).

The November MIX: Couture happy hour will also center on Forbidden Games and feature a runway show with Surrealist-inspired designs. MIX: Couture is on Friday, November 7 and tickets are available online.

There are so many ways to experience the exhibitions at the Cleveland Museum of Art, through not just seeing them, but attending events themed around those exhibitions or even enjoying a meal inspired by one. Immerse yourself in the Cleveland Museum of Art!

***Disclosure: I was invited to attend a media preview of Forbidden Games with a guest. While there, we received a complimentary soft-cover photo catalog that accompanies the exhibition. As always, all opinions are 100% my own.***


Why? Weekends!

It was a busy weekend! So much so, that I’m saving the first part of our Friday evening – a preview of the newest exhibit at the Cleveland Museum of Art – for tomorrow. Stay tuned!

The second part of our Friday was a birthday dinner for our dear friend Scott at Urban Farmer.

IMG_0722We started our dinner with a lovely surprise – a complimentary cheese plate filled with delicious options!

IMG_0714Matthew and I shared the beef tartare, which I knew from my last Urban Farmer experience, is a dish not to be missed! The quality of the beef is fantastic, but I also love the little additions with this dish: the brioche toast and deviled egg.


For dinner, we shared the New York Steak Tasting, which features 6-ounce cuts of White Oak grass-fed, Creekstone corn-fed, Ohio Proud twenty-one-day dry aged, and (for an additional cost), Imperial Ranch Wagyu.


We also added on the candied bacon and bacon jam. For our side, we split the twice-baked Fingerling potato tart with sour cream, bacon, and chives. There is nothing to say about the candied bacon and potato tart except YUM! Both were amazing and I highly recommend adding them to your entree.

The steak tasting is more than enough to share, especially with a shared appetizer and side dish (which are family-style anyway). The tasting was a great way to get to know the different types of beef served at Urban Farmer and do an immediate comparison of flavor and texture. Our favorites were the dry-aged and the Wagyu, but explore the tasting and decide for yourself!

How on earth we found room for dessert, I don’t know. I had the sweet corn pound cake with buttered popcorn ice cream. I may have found a tie for The Greenhouse’s popcorn pot de creme. And Matthew chose the decadent Guanaja chocolate pate, with dried fruit, olive oil ice cream, and sea salt.

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This was my first off-the-menu dining experience at Urban Farmer and it lived up to my very high expectations. When you know a dinner will be a splurge, it is so nice when it is worth every penny and calorie.

On Saturday morning, I volunteered with Playhouse Square Partners at our first annual Halloween Town. The event featured crafts, photo opps, candy, hot cider, raffles, and a chance for the kids (and grown-ups) to show off their costumes.

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The Connor Palace Theatre lobby was all decked out for Halloween and everyone seemed to have a great time! It was a fun way to get into the Halloween spirit!

Later on that day, we stopped up at Broadview Heights’ indoor Halloween event with Jeffrey. My dad’s business, Tireman USA, has its headquarters in Broadview Heights and participated in the event with a festive table, juice for the kids, and an appearance by the Michelin Man.


Halloween is quite a big holiday, with lots to do to celebrate, especially with little ones!

Sunday was spent relaxing and taking in a showing of “Gone Girl” with my Mom. I read the book, but was really impressed with the intensity of the movie and would say this is one where either the book or the movie are equally entertaining.

How was your weekend?

***Disclosures: While at Urban Farmer, we were presented with a complimentary cheese plate for our table. I am a member of the board for Playhouse Square Partners, which sponsored Halloween Town. As always, all opinions are 100% my own.***


Why? Halloween Events!

There are plenty of Halloween events coming up with scary fun for all ages. Check ‘em out:

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Image Source – cedarpoint.com


Where: Cedar Point

When: Fridays (6pm-12am), Saturdays (11am-12am), and Sundays (11am-8pm) until Saturday, November 1

How much: Starting at $39.99 for adults

More info and tickets: Click here

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Image Source – playhousesquare.org

Halloween Town

Where: Playhouse Square Connor Palace lobby

When: Saturday, October 18 from 10am-12pm

How much: Family four-pack $40, $14 for children, $8 for adults, discounted admission for PALS members

More info and tickets: Click here

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Image Source – clevelandmetroparks.com

Boo at the Zoo

Where: Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

When: October 16-19 and 23-26 from 6pm-9pm

How much: $8 for non-members, $7 for members, free for children 2 and under

More info and tickets: Click here

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Image Source – momfabfun.com

Trick or Treat Street

Where: I-X Center

When: October 18-19 and 25-26 from 11am-8pm on Saturdays and 11am-7pm on Sundays

How much: $13.99 for general admission, $9.99 for 60+, free for children 2 and under

More info and tickets: Click here

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Image Source – greaterclevelandaquarium.com


Where: Greater Cleveland Aquarium

When: October 17-18 and 24-25 from 6pm-9pm

How much: $11 for non-pass holders, $10 for pass-holders, free for children 2 and under

More info and tickets: Click here

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Image Source – westgateohio.com

Halloween Extravaganza 

Where: Westgate Shopping Center, sponsored by Inland Real Estate Corporation

When: Saturday, October 25 from 1pm-3pm

How much: Free

More info: Click here

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Image Source – q104.cbslocal.com

Q104 Boo Bash 18

Where: Dave & Buster’s

When: Friday, October 31 at 8pm

How much: $10 in advance, $15 at the door

More info and tickets: Click here

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Image Source – prosperitysocialclub.com

Supper Club Halloween with Lounge Kitty

Where: Prosperity Social Club

When: Friday, October 31 at 8pm

How much: Admission is free, drinks and food on your own

More info and reservations: Click here

Have a spooky and fun Halloween!

***Disclosure: I am a board member of Playhouse Square Partners, which sponsors Halloween Town. As always, all opinions are 100% my own.***