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Party with a Purpose 

When: Sat., April 26 2014
As Cuyahoga County’s oldest consecrated building, St. John’s played an important part in the Underground Railroad. Helping escaped slaves as the last stop before crossing the lake, the church became a symbol of freedom. In conjunction with Cleveland Public Theatre, Ohio City Inc. and Councilman Joe Cimperman, the church hosts Station Hope, a one-night event celebrating the Underground Railroad and reflecting on the struggles of freedom and justice. Featuring theater, music, visual art, interactive performances and more, this free, all-ages event utilizes the church and surrounding areas, turning it into a thoroughly engaging event with a purpose. The event goes from 6 to 10 tonight and is free. (Patrick Stoops)

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