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Monday, December 17, 2018

Cleveland History Center’s Annual Somewhere in Time Party to Take Place in February

Posted By on Mon, Dec 17, 2018 at 10:30 AM

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The Cleveland History Center has just announced that its annual Somewhere in Time party, which takes place at 7 p.m. on Feb. 2, will transport Clevelanders back to the year 1969.

There will be themed drinks, food, music and more as the event centers on a “critical year of protest, revolution and change” and commemorates events such as the river catching on fire and the first lunar landing.

Using pieces from the WRHS Collection, Somewhere in Time: 1969 will share iconic moments and remember the countercultural past in a “cool” and “groovy” way.

“This is the 10th anniversary of Somewhere in Time,” says Angie Lowrie, Director of Cleveland History Center, in a press release about the event. “Each year, I continue to be surprised at the clever costumes of our guests and the engaging activities and ties to our collection developed by our team. Somewhere in Time makes a significant moment in history truly come to life. I look forward to celebrating how far we have come in the last 50 years.”

Proceeds support education and public programs for students, families, and seniors in Cleveland and Northeast Ohio. Tickets start at $50. Costumes are strongly encouraged.

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