This Month's MagazineDining and SpiritsArts and EntertainmentTravel and LeisureHome and Real EstateHealth and WellnessShopping & FashionEvents and PicsElegant Wedding Magazine

Bookmark and share

Issue Date: September 2005 Issue


The Agenda

Wired! ignite + invent + imagine

Walk the red carpet for the grand opening of the Idea Center at Playhouse Square on Sept. 10. The evening kicks off at 5:30 p.m. with the official ribbon-cutting ceremony for the new education and broadcast facility, followed by a cocktail reception and performance at the Allen Theatre by television and theater star Bebe Neuwirth and a 44-piece orchestra. Dinner will also be served throughout Playhouse Square Center’s stages and theaters, followed by a grand dessert buffet in the State Theatre Lobby. Ticket prices start at $300. For more information, call (216) 348-5260 or visit http://ideacenter.wviz.org. Cleveland Magazine is a sponsor of this event.

A Taste of Little Italy

Cannoli, lasagna and plenty of other Italian treats will keep guests full at “A Taste of Little Italy,” the eighth annual benefit for the Montessori School at Holy Rosary Church sponsored by Heinen’s and the Italian American Cultural Foundation. The event will take place Sept. 18 from 3 to 7 p.m. at the Holy Rosary churchyard and feature food from 40 local Italian restaurants and bakeries and more than 200 Italian wines. Advance tickets are $60. For more information, visit www.clevelandmagazine.com/littleitaly or call (216) 421-0700. Cleveland Magazine is a sponsor of this event.

aying tribute to the pi--o-neers and settlers from our past, the trail between the Cleveland Metro-parks’ Frostville Museum and the Rocky River Nature Center in North Olmsted will be filled with folk music, old-fashioned crafts and foods such as freshly churned butter and fresh-pressed apple cider. The celebration will take place Sept. 18 from 11 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. For more information call (440) 734-6660. Cleveland Magazine is a sponsor of this event.

CANALiversary 2005

The Ohio Canal Corridor hopes to see a full house Sept. 9 at its 11th annual benefit, held at the Nautica Entertainment Complex. The evening will include charity poker, a surf and turf dinner, silent auction and “rapid fire” raffle. A special auction with packages ranging from golf at Firestone Country Club and dinner for six at Lockkeeper’s will be held following dinner. Tickets are $150 per person. For more information, call (216) 520-1825 or visit www.ohiocanal.org. Cleveland Magazine is a sponsor of this event.CiTiRAMA 2005

CiTiRAMA 2005

This year, CiTiRAMA travels east to the city’s Glenville neighborhood, featuring 11 new homes on East 100th and East 101st streets between Superior Avenue and Tanner Court. Visitors can tour the homes Sept. 10 through 18 from 2 to 6 p.m. weekdays and 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. weekends. Admission is $6, with $1 coupons available at Fifth Third Bank locations (children under age 10 are free). The houses range in price from $200,000 to $300,000 and will be sold upon the completion of CiTiRAMA 2005. Cleveland Magazine is a sponsor of this event.

 


Comments. All comments must be approved by our editorial staff.
 
Choose an identity
Other Anonymous
 
Name 
Website 
All of these fields are optional.
CAPTCHA Validation
Retype the code from the picture
CAPTCHA Code Image
Speak the code Change the code
 


Home | Subscribe | Archives | Advertise | Newsstands | Contact Us | Jobs | Legal
© Cleveland Magazine 2014 | P: (216) 771-2833 | F: (216) 781-6318 | 1422 Euclid Ave. Suite 730 Cleveland, Ohio 44115
This site is a member of the City & Regional Magazine Association