Friday, November 20th, 2009
Create a memorable city night with the entire family…This sounds like so much fun! Sharpen your skates for a night at the Q. Get an exclusive tour of the Q, a ticket to watch the Lake Erie Monsters play, open skate after the game AND it’s dollar dog night.
I may have to see if I can rearrange my plans for this one. It’s not Rockefeller Square Ice Rink, but it I bet it would be quite the rush.
The ticket cost is $17 meet at 5:30 at Will Call (located by the Cavs team shop) for the tour.
Want the hook up? Call Scott Gordon to pay for your tickets by NOON on Thursday, November 19th. 216.420.2126. This event is brought to us by the CLeveland 20/30 Club.
Sunday, September 13th 2009
Start packing your coolers and preparing your bar-b-q…this Sunday is the good old Browns home opener against the Vikings. Kick off at 1pm. Support the orange and brown!
Saturday, August 29th, 2009
Dragon boat races are believed to have originated in China more than 2,500 years ago, contemporaneous with the Greeks beginning their games at Olympia. Beyond a sporting event, the races and water festivals serve as a veneration to the dragons, hoping for health through the dangerously warm and humid summer months.
The dragon boats are incredibly beautiful, and the event “incorporates high energy, fitness, team building and recreational exercise in a fun and competitive atmosphere,” festival promoters say. The event also is designed to promote the people and unique culture of Cleveland’s Asian community. Opening ceremonies will take place on the patio deck of Cyrus Waterfront Restaurant and Patio, 2000 Sycamore Street. Races will be held immediately following the opening ceremonies and continue throughout the day. There’s no admission fee for spectators.
The Flats, 10-5pm www.clevelanddragonboatfestival.com