Why? Upcoming Events!

Just because the holidays are through doesn’t mean the schedule is slowing down! There’s plenty of fun stuff to keep you busy in the new year:


Thursday, January 16 at 6:30pm

MOCA Cleveland

THE INTERPRETERS are adults who like to have fun, socialize, create, and take risks in order to “get” contemporary art. For the first thirty minutes each session, THE INTERPRETERS meet and mingle on the museum’s ground floor. Then, they embark as a group on a surprising, interactive one-hour experience in the galleries led by a museum educator. Admission is $10 for non-memebers, $8 for MOCA members. For more information on this recurring event, click here.

Orin Swift Wine Dinner

Tuesday, January 21 at 6pm

Pier W

Pier W Chef Regan Reik and Wine Director and Sommelier Kliment Stevoff will take you through a delicious four-course dinner, expertly paired with Orin Swift wines (The Prisoner is one of my all-time favorites). Cost is $75 per person, plus tax and gratuity. Click here for more information. Reservations required.

5th Annual Pancake Barkfeast

Saturday, January 25 at 9am

Pilgrim Congregational Church

This annual event to benefit Secondhand Mutts gets bigger and better this year! Not only will there be pancakes and all sorts of breakfast sides, but there will also be a local celebrity chef omelette stations, featuring chefs such as Jeff Jarrett of AMP 150 and Anna Harouvis of Anna in the Raw. Tickets are $15 for pancakes-only and $25 for pancakes and omelette. For more information and to purchase tickets, click here.

Cleveland Winter Beerfest 2014

Friday, January 31 and Saturday, February 1 at 7:30pm

Cleveland Convention Center

Warm yourself up with tons of great beer samples from over 300 craft breweries at this inaugural, all-draft event. Tickets are $45 for VIP admission (which gets you in an hour early, as well as access to special limited beers) and $35 for regular admission. Click here for more information and to purchase tickets.


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