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Parnell’s Pub 22nd Anniversary Party 

Sat., Oct. 19
Parnell's Pub 12425 Cedar Rd., Cleveland Heights Eastern Suburbs


In October 1997, Declan Synnott debuted Parnell's Pub on Lee Road in Cleveland Heights, and the pub quickly became a neighborhood hot spot. Since then, Synnott has relocated the original Parnell's to the Cedar Fairmount neighborhood and opened another location at Playhouse Square. Today at the Cedar Fairmount location, Synnott will celebrate the pub's 22nd anniversary and launch the Whiskey Experience. Participants in the Whiskey Experience will receive whiskey passports and head around the world sampling over 100 whiskeys. Anyone who fills 70 percent of their whiskey passport within one year will receive a pair of personalized whiskey glasses, one to take home and one to keep at the bar for use when they visit. (They also will have the option to take the second glass home if they like.) The first 20 people who complete a passport will be entered for a chance to win a customized Jameson jacket at the next party in October 2020. (Niesel) 216-321-3469

A Mad, Burning Desire

Sat., Oct. 19


An issues-minded musical ensemble, Burning River Baroque launched its season earlier this year with A Mad, Burning Desire, a show designed to shed light on "unconventional 17th-century women and issues surrounding mental health." A Mad, Burning Desire tells the story of the first English actresses who gained the legal right to act on the public stage in the early 1660s. Co-directors Paula Maust (harpsichord) and Malina Rauschenfels (soprano) will engage in dialogues with the audience about "how the perception of mental health issues in the early modern period directly relates to the stigma surrounding mental health in contemporary times." The group brings a special performance of the show to Blank Canvas CLE tonight at 7:30. There is a suggested donation of $10 to $20. (Niesel)

Neil Zaza's One Dark Night A Rock Concert of the Macabre

Sat., Oct. 19
Akron Civic Theatre 182 South Main St., Akron Akron/Summit County


According to the press release, local guitar wiz Neil Zaza will be presiding tonight over a "symphony of fear," that "mixes dark, powerful arrangements of macabre classical masterpieces ... with the fury of a rock band and orchestra." There also will be a guest appearance from Tim Ripper Owens. In addition, Verb Ballets will be performing the critically acclaimed Adagio Reimagined project as well as Dance Macabre. It all starts at 8 p.m. at the Akron Civic Theatre. Tickets cost $25 to $75. (Niesel) 330-253-2488

David Sedaris

Sat., Oct. 19
State Theatre 1519 Euclid Ave., Cleveland Downtown/Flats/Warehouse District


A humorist who's won awards for books such as Me Talk Pretty One Day and When You Are Engulfed in Flames, David Sederis is known for his sardonic wit and social critiques. His writings appear regularly in The New Yorker, and he's twice been included in The Best American Essays. His latest book is Calypso, a collection of his essays. A regular on the theater circuit, he'll likely talk about his work and read a few recent pieces at tonight's event, which takes place at 8 at the State Theatre. Tickets start at $20. (Niesel) 216-241-6000

12 Hours of Terror

Sat., Oct. 19


Dubbed 12 Hours of Terror, tonight's horror movie marathon at the Capitol Theatre will feature a 35th anniversary screening of A Nightmare on Elm Street, along with Scream, Bloody Birthday, Parasite 3-D, Dawn of the Dead and two surprise secret screenings. There will be a free cake and ice cream break to celebrate the series' 10th anniversary. It all starts at 6 p.m., and tickets cost $30 in advance, or $35 at the door. (Niesel) 216-651-7295

Cleveland Beer Week Begins

Sat., Oct. 19


An annual fest that features hundreds of events at local bars and eateries — including keg tappings, beer pairings, tasting dinners, brewer meet-and-greets, and educational sessions throughout Greater Cleveland — Cleveland Beer Week commences today with all sorts of reasons to hoist a glass. For instance, there's an Oysterfest at Beer Engine, a Bell's tap takeover at Tremont Taphouse, a "mother and father" of tap takeovers at Winking Lizard in Lakewood and a Pumking Prowl at Southern Tier. Check the website for all the details. (Niesel)

Home Movie Day

Sat., Oct. 19
Rock & Roll Hall of Fame 1100 Rock and Roll Blvd., Cleveland Downtown/Flats/Warehouse District


The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and its Library & Archives host Home Movie Day at 1:30 p.m. today at the Rock Hall. The event is free with a reservation at ticketing.rockhall.com. The event will feature a compilation film of rock performance footage assembled from local home video and film donations, and clips will include never-before-seen footage of Northeast Ohio acts such as the Pagans, Hammer Damage and Devo. Some of the film and video donors will be on hand to share their stories about the performances featured. (Niesel) 216-515-8444

I-X Trick or Treat Street

Sat., Oct. 19 and Sat., Oct. 26


Today and tomorrow, the I-X Center welcomes trick or treaters to its annual I-X Trick or Treat Street. Twelve creatively themed "boo-tastic" candy stations will pass out treats, and there will be kiddie rides and entertainment. The fun takes place from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Check the I-X Center site for ticket prices. Parking costs $10. (Niesel) (216) 676-6000

Avon Early Childhood PTA Fall Kids Closet

Sat., Oct. 19, 7 a.m.-12 p.m.


Come shop at the the Avon Early Childhood PTA Fall Kid’s Kloset resale event which will be held October 19th, from 7:00 am – 12:00 pm, at the Avon Middle School Commons Area and Auxiliary Gym (3445 Long Rd, Avon). Featuring gently used infant and children clothing, toys, games, furniture, strollers, swings and more. Visit www.avonecpta.org today for table registration and payment. There will also be a bake sale and a 50/50 raffle at the event. 440-934-3800

Pinecrest Run for the Rescue

Sat., Oct. 19, 9-10 a.m.
Pinecrest 200 Park Avenue, Beachwood Eastern Suburbs

Buy Tickets$20


Please join us on Saturday, October 19, at 9AM for the first ever Pinecrest Run for the Rescue 5K in support of the Cleveland Animal Protective League! Pre-registration ($20) runs now through October 17 or register on-site on the day of the race ($25). A portion of the registration fees will be donated to the Cleveland APL – you can also make an additional donation online or by check. All participants will receive a goodie bag with donations from Pinecrest stores and restaurants. Added bonus, the Cleveland APL will have an adoption mobile unit on-site! (216) 535-2100

Free Coffee & Candy Pairing with Six Shooter Coffee

Sat., Oct. 19, 10 a.m.-1 p.m.
All City Candy 746 Richmond Road, Richmond Heights Eastern Suburbs


If you think chocolate is the only candy that pairs well with coffee think again! Join us at All City Candy in Richmond Heights as we pair Six Shooter Coffee with other sweet treats, and help find your new favorite coffee and candy combination. (If you're a traditionalist, we will have chocolate, too. There is always chocolate!) 216-487-7070

Reiki Level 1 Class ~'~ Loving Hands Reiki

Sat., Oct. 19, 10 a.m.-4:30 p.m.
Inspiral Motion 20620 John Carroll Blvd Suite 204, University Heights Eastern Suburbs

Buy Tickets200


Learn how to give a Reiki treatment to yourself, other people and your pets. You will become “attuned” to the Universal healing energy and learn hand positions for providing treatments. This class is beneficial for people who have chronic health challenges, have pets with chronic health challenges, or want to help provide healing to others. We will also discuss intuitive and shamanic healing methods, and how to incorporate pendulums, crystals and aromatherapy into your treatments. This class is taught in the traditional Usui method. Please bring a brown bag lunch. 216-408-5578

Sips & Snacks: Collaboration Beer Tasting

Sat., Oct. 19, 12-3 p.m.
Heinen's 900 Euclid Avenue, Cleveland Downtown/Flats/Warehouse District

Buy Tickets$0.25 per taste


Kick-off Cleveland Beer Week by tasting the ultimate lineup of newly-released collaboration craft beers! Our favorite and most skilled brewmasters have teamed up to create new and exciting craft beers brewed especially for Cleveland Beer Week and we can't wait to take our first sip! Join us as we debut a selection of incredible brews paired with gourmet snacks and savory treats. (216) 302-3020

Rozis 24th Annual Wine & Beer Tasting Extravaganza!

Sat., Oct. 19, 12-4 p.m.
Rozi's Wine House 14900 Detroit Ave., Lakewood Western Suburbs

Buy Tickets25.00


Come join us for our 24th Annual Wine & Beer Tasting Extravaganza! We will have over 100 wines and 40 beers. Our chef will be on hand to pair off food with the wines and beers that we will be tasting. Saturday, October 19th from 12-4pm COST $25 216-221-1119

Spooky Pooch Parade

Sat., Oct. 19, 12:30-3:30 p.m.
Kauffman Park 15450 Detroit Avenue, Lakewood Western Suburbs

Buy Tickets$10 Presale/$15 Day-Of

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Get ready for a doggone good time! LakewoodAlive’s 12th Annual Spooky Pooch Parade sponsored by Discount Drug Mart brings the bark to Kauffman Park on Saturday, October 19, from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. when dogs will rule the day in Downtown Lakewood. The Spooky Pooch Parade consists of a free-to-attend festival in Kauffman Park, a parade through Lakewood’s downtown business district on Detroit Avenue and an awards presentation. A favorite Halloween tradition for Northeast Ohio dog lovers and their families, this community festival is a one-of-a-kind event in the region, providing a tail-wagging good time for canine and human guests. 216-521-0655

Halloween Spooktacular

Sat., Oct. 19, 1-4 p.m.
Beachwood Place 26300 Cedar Rd. west of Interstate 271, Beachwood Eastern Suburbs


Enjoy Instagrammable “pic-or-treat” spots, professional pumpkin carving, customizable trick-or-treat bags, giveaways, exciting activities, and more. Plus, children under 12 are encouraged to show off their best costume! 216-464-9460

Cleveland Ballet: Carmen

Sat., Oct. 19
Ohio Theatre 1501 Euclid Ave., Cleveland Downtown/Flats/Warehouse District

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Don’t miss your chance to see Cleveland Ballet’s 5th Anniversary season begin with Carmen. Performances are October 18th at 8:00pm and October 19th at 7:00pm. 216-241-6000

Middleburg Heights Fall Fest

Sat., Oct. 19, 4-9 p.m.
Middleburg Heights Community Center 16000 E. Bagley Road, Middleburg Heights Western Suburbs


Join the City of Middleburg Heights in celebrating our new event, Fall Fest, on Saturday, October 19th from 4 to 9 PM at the City Hall campus. Enjoy an afternoon full of food trucks, tractor and pony rides, a pumpkin patch, Touch-A-Truck display, a trick-or-treat trail, a petting zoo, performances, live music and much more. You can even bring your tail-wagging family member for the dog costume parade and contest! End the evening of family fun with a spectacular 10 minute firework display. 440-234-2255

Slavic Village's 3rd Annual Kielbasa Cookout

Sat., Oct. 19, 5-10 p.m.


Autumn is approaching and that means its time to light the fire for the third annual Fleet Avenue Kielbasa Cookout in Slavic Village. Join Slavic Village for an evening of family friendly festivities including a kielbasa roast, beer, raffles, kids’ activities, and live music with The Good Knights (oldies/ bluegrass/ blues), Funny Business (beach-inspired rock), Blue Cadillac (classic rock), and the Tom Katrenich Orchestra (Polka). Come hungry to taste the flavors of the neighborhood! (216)429-1182

Vintners Dinner

Sat., Oct. 19, 6 p.m.
The Lodge at Geneva on the Lake 4888 North Broadway, Geneva on the Lake Northern OH


Treat yourself to an elegant evening of wine tasting and delicious food. This year, we're featuring a wine aromas class hosted by our Certified Wine Specialist followed by a wine pairing dinner brought to you by our very own. This inclusive package features overnight accommodations, wine aromas class, dinner with wine pairing and breakfast the following morning. Call 440-466-7100 to reserve your seat. 440-466-7100

The Cleveland Pops Orchestra G-Clef Gala

Sat., Oct. 19, 6:30-11 p.m.
Hilton Cleveland Downtown 100 LAKESIDE AVENUE EAST, Cleveland Downtown/Flats/Warehouse District

Buy Tickets$250+


Honoring Cleveland’s-Own: Anthony & Joseph Russo, for their unmatched achievements in the cinematic and television arts. The Russo brothers are Emmy-winning directors and the innovators behind some of the world’s most successful and iconic blockbuster films and television shows. They most recently directed Avengers: Endgame, earning a staggering &2.7 billion to date. Underwriting opportunities available. All proceeds to benefit The Cleveland Pops Orchestra concert season and outreach programs. 216-765-7677

NEOCH-toberfest 2019

Sat., Oct. 19, 7-10 p.m.
St. Edward High School 13500 Detroit Ave., Lakewood Western Suburbs

Buy Tickets$50-$75

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Join advocates from across the region for good food, great beer, raffles and fun. Support the work to end homelessness by enjoying an evening out. We'll have Great Lakes Oktoberfest on tap, delicious German dishes, a 50/50 raffle, and baskets totaling over $3,000 in prizes. All over the world, Oktoberfest is a time to come together in celebration and community. Channel that community spirit to support Northeast Ohio Coalition for the Homeless, as we organize and empower people experiencing homelessness. 216-432-0540

Get Back - Live 50s-60s Pop/Rock

Sat., Oct. 19, 7 p.m.

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Get Back will be performing here at Academy Tavern on Larchmere on Saturday, October 19th at 8pm. Come get your fix of 50s-60s Pop/Rock & British Invasion and feel free to make requests! Music before & after by D-Rock. (216) 229-1171

Vinnie Caruana (in the Locker Room)

Sat., Oct. 19, 7 p.m.
Mahall's 20 Lanes 13200 Madison Ave., Lakewood Western Suburbs


216-521-3280

School of Rock Grad School

Sat., Oct. 19, 7 p.m.
Grog Shop 2785 Euclid Hts. Blvd., Cleveland East Side/University Circle/Little Italy


216-321-5588

Murder Mystery Dinner Party

Sat., Oct. 19, 7 p.m.
The Community for Better Living 7074 Columbia Road, Olmsted Falls Western Suburbs


Murder Mystery Dinner Party - an evening packed with murder, intrigue, and fabulous food! Costumes optional but highly recommended. 440.541.7829

Silver Hall Concert Series Presents: People For Your Life Gospel Choir

Sat., Oct. 19, 7:30-9 p.m.

Buy TicketsFree + Parking


People for Your Life (P4YL) is a faith based organization that emphasizes scholastics, community engagement, economic empowerment, and mentoring. P4YL was founded by Anthony T. Parker and his wife Antoinette McSears-Parker, senior pastors of Rhema Fellowship Church. Recognizing that music is a powerful medium, he has teamed up with his brother Johnny Parker, writer/arranger/producer, to organize an intergenerational choir to bring awareness to the organization’s core values. The name “People for Your Life” is drawn from the notion that God will guide you to people who will help you live out your God given destiny. 216-368-6062

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