To rsvp for this exciting high-energy event, visit iwsicleveland.blogspot.com
Thursday, November 19th, 2009
For tickets visit www.lkwdpl.org/foundation/msymon/msymon.htm
(Thanks Michelle! Great find.)
Friday, April 17th, 2009
Are you a lover of pattern and fabrics? Hip handbags and stylish “to-do” projects? Do you know who the Midwest maven, Amy Butler is? Well if you do then you surely won’t miss the opportunity to meet the designer behind the fresh patterns that are taking the world of sewing, quilting (I LOVE her cozy quilts!) and crafting by storm. Amy’s designs (www.amybutlerdesign.com) have a clean, fresh look in fabrics, tableware, fashion, home dec, and more. Her products and her work are smattered all over the pages of magazines like Lucky, Domino (R.I.P.), Country Living, and Martha Stewart Living.
Join the seamstresses over at Stitch Cleveland (www.stitchcleveland.com) as they welcome Amy to their store for a meet and greet with artist Amy. Peruse the Amy Butler trunk show (in store until April 22nd) including the Sophia bag, Weekender, Cabo Halter, Anna Tunic, Domestic Goddess apron-and more. Snacks and refreshments to be served…and don’t forget to bring your books to be signed. We also have copies for purchase as well as a new shipment of her patterns and select fabrics.
6-8pm. Stitch Cleveland is located at 1387 Sloane Avenue, Lakewood
Friday, November 21st, 2008
Meet the “Wild Things” at Barnes & Noble in Crocker Park, Westlake. Stay for the entire story hour, or just swing by for the first gingerbread latte of the holiday season and story time with Max.
Discover if Max has fun with the “Wild Things” before he drifts off to sleep. Don’t be scared to come to story time in the children’s department upstairs. 10:30-11:30am
For directions and additional information visit www.barnesandnoble.com
Wednesday, October 29th, 2008
Seven-time Grammy Award winner, Jay-Z and Cavs star, LeBron James are teaming up to rally voters and Obama supporters with a free concert at the Quicken Loans Arena. 13,000 tickets for the show sold out in one day.
The event billed as a “Last Chance for Change” is aimed at encouraging Ohioans to vote early and to support Democratic presidential nominee, Barack Obama’s campaign. LeBron will host the event which culminates with a concert by Jay-Z.
The event will be held at the “the Q” it is free and open to all Ohio residents and students, but tickets are required. Since tickets are sold out, visit Craigs List (I saw a few for sale), try to scalp them, or listen to every radio station (including 107.9 & 93.1) as they are still giving away seats!