National City Cleveland Home & Garden Show
The 63rd annual National City Cleveland Home & Garden Show will feature more than 20 gardens designed and installed by Northeast Ohio’s top landscaping professionals. This year’s theme is “Holland in Bloom: A Dutch Masterpiece,” in celebration of Rembrandt’s 400th birthday. Guests can also check out four full-scale, professionally decorated model homes, take in educational seminars, watch culinary demonstrations and attend gardening classes at the I-X Center Feb. 4 through 12. General admission tickets are $11.95 for adults and $4 for children ages 6 through 12. Children 5 and younger receive free admission. For more information, visit www.homeandflower.com or call 1-800-600-0307. Cleveland Magazine is a sponsor of this event.
MIX 106.5 and KISS FM Wedding Fair 2006
MIX 106.5 and KISS FM want to help plan your special day. The radio stations will join forces with David’s Bridal and American Commodore Tuxedo at Executive Caterers at Landerhaven Jan. 22 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. for a day of free one-stop shopping. Find the perfect dress and tuxedo and enter to win a $25,000 prize that will help make your wedding dreams come true. To register, call (216) 986-8883 or visit www.wmvx.com. Cleveland Magazine is a sponsor of this event.
Beyond the Printed Page, Volume 3
See what other talents our employees at Great Lakes Publishing have besides putting together magazines at Beyond the Printed Page, Volume 3. The exhibit will open Jan. 20 and be on display until March 10 at 324 Gallery, located in the Galleria at Erieview. The show kicks off with an opening reception Jan. 20, starting at 5 p.m. From illustrations to performance art, employees of Cleveland Magazine, Ohio Magazine, Inside Business and other Great Lakes Publishing magazines will show off their skills and love for art. Tickets to the opening reception will be available at the door for $10. For more information, contact Carolyn Bentley at (216) 771-2833.
Women’s Community Foundation Speaker’s Series
Hear from a bricklayer, a Pulitzer Prize winner, a civil rights activist, an airplane pilot and an author at the 2006 Women’s Community Foundation Speaker’s Series. Lynn Donohue will kick off the series Jan. 25 with the story of how and why she decided to become a bricklayer. From Connie Schultz to Jennifer Weiner, each speaker will share her inspirational experience in her chosen career with guests at Windows on the River. Series tickets are available for $130 and individual tickets are available for $35. For more information and dates, call (216) 622-0920 or visit www.wcfcleveland.org. Cleveland Magazine is a sponsor of this event.