Aside from my Friday evening sweat session, there was a lot of other fun to be had this weekend. Let’s get to it…
Children’s Museum of Cleveland
On Friday, Jeffrey and I met up with friends for a fun play date at the Children’s Museum of Cleveland.
I love how bright, open, and engaging the new Museum is! And I’m not the only one…the Museum was packed on Friday! From building cars to making crafts to caring for cats…
…Jeffrey had a great time and burned off a lot of that stuck-inside winter energy.
After the Museum, we headed for lunch at a spot that makes both kids and adults happy: Mama Santa’s in Little Italy.
Pro tip: if you’re at any of the museums with your kiddos and heading there, give them a call and they’ll have your pizza ready to eat when you arrive!
New Year, New Beauty at The Beauty Room
Saturday afternoon, I popped into The Beauty Room for a blowout and some bubbles at their New Year, New Beauty open house.
Aside from getting a killer blowout, there was a photo booth, snacks, skincare consultations, and lots of fun gifts and prizes. It was a great event to thank current clients and introduce new people to this fabulous finishing salon.
Kimberly can certainly plan a great party!
AECOM Holiday Party
There was a reason I needed a killer blowout, which was because we had Matthew’s work holiday party on Saturday night. We got to take part in a murder mystery themed “Killigan’s Island.”
Floriano Productions put on an entertaining romp through figuring out “who dunnit,” which got people talking and working together and helped break some of the awkward corporate party vibe.
This was my first experience with a murder mystery dinner and I definitely want to try my detective skills at another one!
Great Lakes Science Center
This exhibit is open through February 19, so don’t miss your chance to explore the rails!
From railway fun to space adventures, it was a great family morning at the Great Lakes Science Center!
This was a perfect way for my dad and Jeffrey to connect over common interests!
Puppies and Pilates at Soza Fitness and Wellness
From science to snuggles, I spent my afternoon at Puppies and Pilates at Soza Fitness and Wellness.
The event combined an hour-long pilates class with the chance to play with some adorable, adoptable pups from the Parma Animal Shelter.
You could also sign an anti-puppy mill petition, purchase dog treats and clothes, and make donations to the Shelter. If you’re interested in getting fit with the fuzzes, Soza Fitness and Wellness is hosting another Puppies and Pilates class on Sunday, March 4. Cost to attend is $17.
So, that was my weekend! How was yours?