Other than stuffing ourselves at B Spot Burgers, there was more fun to be had this weekend. Here’s what we were up to…
Cleveland Public Library Street Fair
On Friday, Jeffrey and I attended a Media Preview for the Cleveland Public Library‘s Street Fair, celebrating the library’s 150th anniversary.
The Reading Garden was filled with artwork, puppeteers, and Glen Infante creating a mural.
We also got to meet Eric Litwin, author of “Pete the Cat.” Jeffrey loves that book, so it was fun for him to get to chat with the author!
The Cleveland Public Library’s Street Fair really brought the community together to celebrate such a vital part of our history and culture. Here’s to another 150 years!
On Saturday night, Matthew and I had a date night. We started with dinner at Burntwood Tavern. I enjoyed the lobster ravioli and Matthew had the mahi mahi special.
Both were delicious!
It not only took the audience back to their own memories of September 11 and the days following, but also made us examine how we welcome each other as members of the human family.
When we arrived at the theater for the show, the man ahead of us in the Will Call line had two extra floor seats that he generously gave us. It was so unexpected and the perfect way to start a show about the kindness of strangers!
***Disclosure: I have a partnership with Burntwood Tavern and received a Burntwood Tavern gift card. As always, all opinions are 100% my own.***
Cedar Point Shores
On Sunday, we went to Cedar Point Shores for a day of splashing and swimming.
It was the perfect summer day to be at a water park!
On the way home, we stopped at Krieg’s Farm Market and Custard for some frozen custard.
Krieg’s offers weekly seasonal frozen custard specials. I had the red raspberry and chocolate swirl and it was delicious! It’s a bit off the beaten path, but worth a visit!
So, that was our weekend? How was yours?