Why? Playhouse Square Partners Life-Size Game Night!

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Last night, Matthew and I attended another fabulous and fun Playhouse Square Partners event: Life-Size Game Night! The lobby of the Palace Theater was filled with Twister, cornhole, life-size Jenga and Operation, and more.


Matthew and I challenged Kimberly and Chris to intense games of table foosball and air hockey. I’m proud to say Team Why CLE? won both rounds! And that’s the  gregarious Clark Pope refereeing for the guys.


Each game that you played earned you raffle tickets for some great prizes, including massages, wines, and restaurant gift cards. The big prize of the night was 2 loge tickets to see “The Book of Mormon” and we put most of our tickets into that drawing.


You can imagine Matthew’s and my excitement when his name was drawn as the winner! We cannot wait to see the show!

But Kimberly was the real winner that night, as she took home the New Partner of the Year award. I’ve seen how much hard work and care Kimberly has put into her membership on the Partners’ social committee and I was so proud and not at all surprised that she won!


Aside from the games and prizes fun, we enjoyed tasty food from Sammy’s. We nibbled on burger and pulled pork sliders and portobello mushroom sandwiches, tater tots, and cake balls and fruit and caramel fondue.


Playhouse Square Partners is the young professionals group at Playhouse Square and is a great way to get involved in the community and meet other active, engaged Clevelanders. The next Partners events are a photo scavenger hunt around the Playhouse Square area on Wednesday, June 26 and a wine tasting on Thursday, July 25. Stay tuned to the Partners website for more details on both!

Have you been to a Playhouse Square Partners event? If so, which was your favorite?


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