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Egyptian Festival
St. Mark Coptic Orthodox Church
2100 E. Pleasant Valley Road, Seven Hills
Annual Egyptian Festival with Egyptian food and shopping. Tours of the beautiful church.

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Cleveland Challenge Cup for bocce
Wickliffe Italian-American Club
29717 Euclid Ave, Wickliffe, OH 44092
Cleveland Challenge Cup for bocce, sponsored by the Wickliffe Italian and American Club. One of the largest bocce tournaments in the country, and subject of the documentary "Breaking Balls" shown at the Cleveland International Film Festival last spring. Teams must register in advance, also food carts and musical entertainment each day. Fun for the whole family.

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Ukrainian Parade and Festival
St. Josaphat Ukrainian Catholic Cathedral
5720 State Rd, Parma
A weekend event for the whole family. Saturday: 11.00 AM Large Parade with marching bands-music-candy. 12.00 noon Ukrainian Festival with live music from Barvy Band: 4 - 10.30 PM (outside), Zaps Band: 7 - 11.00 PM (inside, Children's Games, Petting Zoo, Hay Wagon Rides. Folklore dancing, singing, traditional food and drinks, live entertainment by Ihor Bohdan from Ukraine. Free on site parking.

Sunday: 12.00 noon Ukrainian Festival as above with live music from Kordupel & Culkar Band: 1.00 - 8.00 PM (inside)

More information or Tel. 440-886 2108

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Celtic Feise
Geneva on the Lake
Noon - Midnight
The Celtic Feis in Geneva on the Lake is free. There will music from Noon until Midnight as well as Irish Dancing and Bag Pipes. Food and Vendors The line up is the following: Feis 2019 - The Landing Lakefront Festival Plaza, 5481 Lake Rd. E., Geneva-on-the-Lake, adjacent to the Old Firehouse Winery. Scottish and Irish Festival, now in its 31st year. Irish & Scottish entertainment, food & the Old Firehouse Winery Arts & Crafts Show featuring Celtic merchandise. Music starts at noon. Free admission.

Main Stage: 12 -4pm - Doan Brook Ramblers, 4 - 8pm - No Strangers Here an Irish band and more, 8-Midnight - Plaid Sabbath

Northcoast Pipe Band performing at both the Main Stage & the Craft Barn. Egan Irish Dance School performing at the Main Stage. Anabella Noel 12:30 & 1:30 Hula Hoop performing in the Craft Barn

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Cleveland International Kite Festival
11 a.m. to 5 p.m
Edgewater Park

A large area of the park will be available for families to use to fly their own kites, as well as picnic together and enjoy the planned kite activities. One special activity is the Wind Sprints, a contest for all ages, starting with One and up to 100. Each age group will fly a kite across a marked area of the Demo field, letting the kite do the sprinting while the flier lets out line. Every participant will receive an award. Parents may help youngsters.

Other events and demonstrations will once again include the fabulous sky ballet of the Windjammers Performance Stunt Kite Team from Detroit. There will be a kite shop on the field, courtesy of Chicago Kite Shop, and the OSEK tent will also have ready-to-fly sled kites that children can draw a picture on before taking it out to the field to see their artwork in the air. If the wind is willing and there is still time near the end of the day, there will be a Rokkaku Battle - a Japanese form of kite in a contest, which involves knocking kites out of the sky, and where the last kite in the air is the winner. The festival is sponsored by the Ohio Society for the Elevation of Kites (OSEK), the kite club of northeastern Ohio since 1977.

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Ethiopian Cultural Garden Dedication
1:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m
Ethiopian Cultural Garden - MLK Blvd.

Menelik Hall Foundation to dedicate the Ethiopian Cultural Garden, the first garden from an African country of the 30+ gardens. The Ethiopian artist, Yetimgeta Zerihum, will be flying in for the dedication as well. He designed the structure while Cleveland Ethic-American artist mosaic artist Ernesto Spinelli constructed the mural.

Ethiopian Ambassador Fitsum Arega will attend alongside Mayor Frank Jackson and Councilman Kevin Conwell and other dignitaries.

For further information, please contact via email to Scott Embacher at scottembacher@gmail.com or call 440-799-0741.

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Russian Garden Gagarin Gala
6:00pm to 10:00pm
Great Lakes Science Center

Gagarin Gala, vintage style party, celebration of Yuri Gagarin, First Human is Space, whose statue will be installed in the Russian Cultural Garden in Rockefeller Park in Cleveland. Join the fine group of people in celebration of bravery of the first man in space, breakthrough of the humankind to new era of space exploration; attend a reception and visit NASA Glen Visitor Center; enjoy Chef's plated dinner catered by outstanding team of Michelin Star rated Levy restaurants; be the first to see the special performance by the Cleveland Ballet with a live music by CIM String quartet; socialize with other guests; enjoy the best view in town; take part in the loud and silent auctions; learn new facts and see unique visual materials about Yuri Gagarin's life and space flight; dance in style of 60-s.

Dress code: Black tie with a touch of Silver and Red. Individual adult ticket is $150: includes a reception in the NASA Glenn Visitor Center, a plated dinner for one plus dessert, two bar tickets, access to the NASA exhibits, free parking in the GLSC garage.

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74th Annual One World Day
11 - 6 day
Cleveland Cultural Gardens
The 74th annual One World Day.

One World Day 2019

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Cleveland Italian Film Festival Kickoff Dinner
2 PM
Michelin starred Chef Dante Boccuzzi prepares a special Pranzo kicking off the opening of the Cleveland Italian Film Festival 2019. Tickets $115 per person includes wines w/each course, gratuity and tax. RESERVATIONS REQUIRED. Call 216.456.8117.

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Czech Chicken and Duck Dinner
Noon - 3:30PM
DTJ Taborville
9850 North Blvd, Chagrin Falls

On Sunday, August 25, 2019, DTJ Taborville is having a Chicken and Duck Dinner, serving from 12 PM to 2 PM. Cost is $ 12.50 for an adult dinner and $6.50 for a children's chicken dinner. ½ duck dinner is $17.50. Dinner includes dumplings, sauerkraut, a homemade doughnut and coffee. Music for dancing will be provided by the Frank Moravcik from 12:30 PM until 3:30 PM. Czech beer is available at the bar. Reservations must be in by August 22nd!. For reservations and more information about DTJ events call (440) 543-8494.

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Walking on Water, documentary
1:45PM
Cleveland Museum of Art

"Walking on Water", documentary on construction of pedestrian walkway on Lake Iseo by installation artist Christo. Aug. 27, 1:45 p.m., Aug. 30, 7:00 p.m. Tickets $12, $9 for members.

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103rd annual St. Rocco Church Festival
St. Rocco Church
3205 Fulton Road, Cleveland
Celebrate Italian culture with food, rides, entertainment, a casino and more.

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Night Market
5 - 11 PM
Rockwell Avenue & East 21st Street Cleveland
Street food markets, hand-made + local artisans and businesses, live entertainment and performances all served up for you under the starry evening skies of Asiatown’s Old Chinatown District. Join us for one of Cleveland’s most unique experiences and discover what makes Night Market Cleveland and Asiatown one of Cleveland’s must-see destinations!

Night Market Cleveland is a kid-friendly, family-friendly, pet-friendly public event, open to the public and free to attend.

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Middle Eastern Festival
St. Elias Melkite Catholic Church
8023 Memphis Ave., Brooklyn
Annual Labor Day Weekend Middle Eastern Festival with Middle Eastern Food, Best hummus contest, rides, casino and more.

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Labor Day Oktoberfest
Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds
164 Eastland Road, Berea
The annual Cleveland Labor Day Oktoberfest will feature German/Bavarian food, beer, music, wiener dogs, shopping, entertainment, dancing and The Cleveland Glockenspiel—measuring in at 55' in length— it is the largest of its kind in the United States.

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Walking on Water, documentary
7 PM
Cleveland Museum of Art

"Walking on Water", documentary on construction of pedestrian walkway on Lake Iseo by installation artist Christo. Aug. 27, 1:45 p.m., Aug. 30, 7:00 p.m. Tickets $12, $9 for members.

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Tour of the Cleveland Cultural Gardens
10:30 AM

Tours of the Cleveland Cultural Gardens will be offered for $12. The tours last 90 minutes and include refreshments.

Call 216-220-3075 for more infor and top reserve a spot.

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Serbian Cultural Festival
St. Sava Serbian Orthodox Church
2151 W. Wallings Road, Broadview Heights
Celebrate Serbian culture with food, music, dancing and more.

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64th Hungarian Festival
Gates open at 9:30 AM
German Central Park
7863 York Rd. Parma

Ohio's largest Hungarian festival returns! Festivities include delicious food, live musical entertainment, colorful authentic folk costumes, folk dance lessons and more at the 64th annual Hungarian Festival, presented by the American Hungarian Friends of Scouting, on Sunday of Labor Day weekend, September 1, 2019 from 10 a.m. to 11 p.m. at the German Central Park, 7863 York Rd., in Parma, Ohio. Ohio's largest Hungarian festival will commence at 10:30 a.m. with a flag raising ceremony followed at 11 a.m. with catholic and protestant church services in Hungarian. The kitchens open at noon serving Hungarian delicacies to satisfy the palate with servings of stuffed cabbage, fresh sausages, grilled pork steak, goulash, chicken paprikas with dumplings, jam filled crepes, and "langos" (fried dough). The Cafe Budapest will feature scrumptious tortes, pastries, and espresso coffee. Strudel and fresh baked bread also will be on the menu. All foods are available for take-out.

Musical entertainment will be provided live all afternoon by Walt Mahovlich and Harmonia, Alex Udvary, Hegedeos. DJ Bala Szenta will help everyone dance the night away. Special guests this year are award winning musicians from Hungary, pianist Laszlo Gonda and violinist Erno Bader. They will perform a lively concert at 7:30 p.m. in the main hall.

Also, new this year is the all-star soccer matches for adults and youth. The Hungarian Scout Folk Ensemble and members of the scout troops will perform in their colorful authentic folk costumes throughout the day from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m. There will be free Hungarian folk dance lessons for all ages! Programs such as a live animal show, free kids' activities, a book fair, folk art, and crafts, souvenirs and novelty items for sale will round out the festivities. This year's raffle will again offer great prizes, many from Hungarian owned establishments in the greater Cleveland area.

All proceeds will benefit and support the activities of the nearly 250 Hungarian boy and girl scouts in Northeast Ohio. Admission is $7.00, free for children under ten. Parking is free, with handicapped spaces near the entrance gate and accessibility throughout the park. The festival is supported by a generous grant from Cuyahoga Arts and Culture and the Bethlen Gabor Foundation in Hungary. For more information call 440/582-1233 or visit www.csbk.org for program times and other details.

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Cleveland Italian Film Festival
7:30 PM film starts
Cedar Lee Theater, Atlas Cinema Eastgate & Capitol Theater

Helpful tips to remember: All Films Thursdays at 7:30 p.m. $10.00. All Pre-film dinners 5:30-7:00 p.m. $22.00. (Dinner, includes gratuity, tax, coffee, tea or pop). All Tickets are sold in advance.

Each year film tickets & pre-film dinners sell out early. Many of you are familiar with our Wait Lists. So Order Early! Tickets on sale now.

Special Event: Film Festival Kickoff Dinner. Michelin Starred Chef Dante Boccuzzi. Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019 - 2:00 p.m. $115 pp includes all wines with each course, gratuity and tax. Valet Parking - Reservations: 216. 456. 8117 Phone in Your Ticket Order - Open 24/7. Convenient and fast! Tell them if you wish your tickets mailed to you direct, print them out yourself, or send order to your mobile phone. To order your Film OR Combo Film & Pre-dinner tickets: 1.800.838.3006

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Polish Fest
1St. Mary's Polish National Catholic Church
5375 Broadview Road Parma

Fri. 4 pm to 11 pm, Sat. 2 pm to 11 pm, Sun. 12 pm to 6 pm. Beer/Wine Tent, Polish Food, Carnival Food, Raffles, Raffle Baskets, Live Music, Crafts for sale, Carnival Games, Rides & More. Saturday Mass 5:00 pm, Sunday Mass 9:00 am. Rewind Friday 7:00 pm to 10:00 pm, Those Guys Saturday 6:30 pm to 10:30 pm, Jody Maddie's UpTown Sound Sunday 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm. Free Admission. For more information: (216) 661-9246

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Global Cleveland 3rd Annual International Student Welcoming Event - InterCle 2019
10 AM - 2 PM
One Cleveland Center/Cleveland Metropolitan Bar Association
1375 East 9th Street, Floor 2, Cleveland OH

InterCle was created specifically with College Students in mind, an opportunity to help your students' network, build bridges and even provide a roadmap to launch their companies and careers. Join us in welcoming the best and brightest international talent to The Land.

For further information, please contact Nancy@globalcleveland.org.

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16th Annual Slovenian Sausage Festival
1:00 to 8:00 p.m.
SNPJ Farm
10946 Heath Road in Kirtland, Ohio

Polka your calories away at the 16th Annual Slovenian Sausage Festival, hosted by the National Cleveland-Style Polka Hall of Fame. Polka bands and sausage-makers tempt you with seven hours of dining and dancing, from 1:00 to 8:00 p.m. More than fifty accordionists and musicians are scheduled to appear. Bring your own squeezebox and join a jam session.

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Cleveland Opera Theater performs La Bohème
7 PM
Ohio Theatre in PlayhouseSquare.

Cleveland Opera Theater, Cleveland’s premier professional opera company, will perform La Bohème, the beloved opera by Giacomo Puccini for the first time in the Ohio Theatre in Playhouse Square. This will be fully-staged with costumes, scenery and lighting. The opera will be performed in Italian with English language supertitles.

The world premiere of La Bohème was performed in Turin on February 1, 1896 at the TeatroRegio, conducted by the then 28-year-old Arturo Toscanini. Since then, La Bohème has led the standard Italian opera repertory and is one of the most frequently performed operas worldwide.

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Cleveland American Middle Eastern Organization (CAMEO) Endorsement Night
Save the Date. Cleveland American Middle Eastern Organization (CAMEO)meeting

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Cleveland International Piano Competition
8 PM
Reinberger Chamber Hall
Severance Hall
Finishing off the Concert Series with a magnificent program of two pianos and piano duo works is Shai Wosner and Orion Weiss. This Israeli-American duo boasts a multitude of accomplishments. Shai Wosner is a recipient of Lincoln Center’s Martin E. Segal Award, an Avery Fisher Career Grant, and a Borletti-Buitoni Trust Award. He has attracted international recognition for his exceptional artistry, musical integrity, and creative insight. Additional highlights include season opening performances with the Singapore Symphony Orchestra and at the Jerusalem International Chamber Music Festival, and appearances as soloist with the Boulez Ensemble (at the new Pierre Boulez Saal in Berlin), Aurora Orchestra in the U.K., and Princeton Symphony Orchestra.

Orion Weiss is an Ohio native hailing from Lyndhurst, a suburb of Cleveland – where he studied at the Cleveland Institute of Music. He has performed with many major American orchestras, including the Chicago Symphony, Boston Symphony, Los Angeles Philharmonic, and New York Philharmonic. Weiss’ impressive list of awards includes the Gilmore Young Artist Award, an Avery Fisher Career Grant, the Gina Bachauer Scholarship at The Juilliard School and the Mieczyslaw Munz Scholarship.

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Tour of the Cleveland Cultural Gardens
10:30 AM

Tours of the Cleveland Cultural Gardens will be offered for $12. The tours last 90 minutes and include refreshments.

Call 216-220-3075 for more infor and top reserve a spot.

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Cleveland International Piano Competition
8 PM
Reinberger Chamber Hall
Severance Hall
Finishing off the Concert Series with a magnificent program of two pianos and piano duo works is Shai Wosner and Orion Weiss. This Israeli-American duo boasts a multitude of accomplishments. Shai Wosner is a recipient of Lincoln Center’s Martin E. Segal Award, an Avery Fisher Career Grant, and a Borletti-Buitoni Trust Award. He has attracted international recognition for his exceptional artistry, musical integrity, and creative insight. Additional highlights include season opening performances with the Singapore Symphony Orchestra and at the Jerusalem International Chamber Music Festival, and appearances as soloist with the Boulez Ensemble (at the new Pierre Boulez Saal in Berlin), Aurora Orchestra in the U.K., and Princeton Symphony Orchestra.

Orion Weiss is an Ohio native hailing from Lyndhurst, a suburb of Cleveland – where he studied at the Cleveland Institute of Music. He has performed with many major American orchestras, including the Chicago Symphony, Boston Symphony, Los Angeles Philharmonic, and New York Philharmonic. Weiss’ impressive list of awards includes the Gilmore Young Artist Award, an Avery Fisher Career Grant, the Gina Bachauer Scholarship at The Juilliard School and the Mieczyslaw Munz Scholarship.

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Cleveland Opera Theater performs La Bohème
3 PM
Ohio Theatre in PlayhouseSquare.

Cleveland Opera Theater, Cleveland’s premier professional opera company, will perform La Bohème, the beloved opera by Giacomo Puccini for the first time in the Ohio Theatre in Playhouse Square. This will be fully-staged with costumes, scenery and lighting. The opera will be performed in Italian with English language supertitles.

The world premiere of La Bohème was performed in Turin on February 1, 1896 at the TeatroRegio, conducted by the then 28-year-old Arturo Toscanini. Since then, La Bohème has led the standard Italian opera repertory and is one of the most frequently performed operas worldwide.

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Czech Clambake
1 - 30PM
DTJ Taborville
Auburn Township at the intersection of Bartholemew and Quinn Roads

Join us at the DTJ Clambake on September 15th, 2019. Serving 1-3 PM. By reservation only $25.50 per bake, extra clams $8.50 per dozen. Bakes include 1 doz. Clams, ½ chicken, yam, corn, bullion, soup, & coffee. Hot dog, chips and pop, for children, will be available @ $4.00. Czech Beer is available at the bar. For reservations call Bruce Marek at 440-543-8494. DTJ is located in Auburn Township at the intersection of Bartholemew and Quinn Roads. Reservations MUST be in by September 12th, 2019.

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21st Annual Ohio Celtic Festival
8500 Civic Center Boulevard in Mentor, OH 44060

Welcome to the Ohio Celtic Festival! We'll feature some of the very best in Celtic music, dance and our children's stage will feature lots of activities and shows for the children. Of course there's food and beverages in abundance for all ages, and some new events that we're working on. Once again we'll bring you some exciting new musical groups some making their first visit to the greater Cleveland area.

Our mission is to once again bring you a festival where the whole family can enjoy themselves at a very reasonable price. We hope you'll spend a day with us and enjoy some of the music, song, and dance, not only from our Irish heritage but also from around the world.

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Southwest Italian American Club
5 - 9 PM
St. Sava Picnic Pavillion
2300 West Ridgewood Dr. in Parma

Clambake sponsored by the Southwest Italian American Club. Prices TBA, will include all sides, beer and wine (BYOB), Choice of Chicken and Clams or Steak and Clams. Raffles and Chinese auction. St. Sava's is at 2300 West Ridgewood Dr. in Parma. Contact Rob Meyer at meyerrj3@gmail or (330) 719-5916.

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Indian classical music
3 - 5 PM
Westlake Porter Library
27333 Center Ridge Road. Dover Room

Sugata Chatterjee performs Indian classical music. Come experience the ancient art.

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Night Market
5 - 11 PM
Rockwell Avenue & East 21st Street Cleveland
Street food markets, hand-made + local artisans and businesses, live entertainment and performances all served up for you under the starry evening skies of Asiatown’s Old Chinatown District. Join us for one of Cleveland’s most unique experiences and discover what makes Night Market Cleveland and Asiatown one of Cleveland’s must-see destinations!

Night Market Cleveland is a kid-friendly, family-friendly, pet-friendly public event, open to the public and free to attend.

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Tour of the Cleveland Cultural Gardens
10:30 AM

Tours of the Cleveland Cultural Gardens will be offered for $12. The tours last 90 minutes and include refreshments.

Call 216-220-3075 for more infor and top reserve a spot.

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Cleveland Italian Ancestry Organization
10 AM
Independence Public Library

Open forum meeting of the Cleveland Italian Ancestry Organization (CIAO). Open to all, no reservations required, just show up.

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CCWA Global Impact Award Dinner
6:30 PM
The InterContinental Hotel - Cleveland

The 2019 Global Impact Award honors Dr. Richard N. Haass, President of the Council on Foreign Relations, for his distinguished career as one of the most knowledgeable observers of international affairs in America. Dr. Haass will receive CCWA’s Global Impact Award and deliver the Brooks Emeny Distinguished Lecture. Dr. Richard Haass is widely considered to be the most knowledgeable observer of international affairs in America. His latest book, A World in Disarray: American Foreign Policy and the Crisis of the Old Order, assesses the profound shifts in our current world order and offers advice to a United States unable to shape the world in its image.

At this year’s event, the Cleveland Council on World Affairs will also recognize Mr. Richard Pogue, Senior Advisor at Jones Day, Chairman of the Global Impact Award Event and Cleveland Council on World Affairs’ Board Member, for his 60 years of membership in the Council and his commitment to our mission and work in the community.

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Cleveland Italian Heritage month Opening
6 PM
City Hall Rotunda

Opening ceremony for Cleveland Italian Heritage month during which several members of the Italian American community will be honored for their contributions. Free and open to the public, no reservations necessary. Buffet dinner sponsored by the Order Italian Sons and Daughters of America following the ceremony. For further information contact Pamela Dorazio Dean info@CLEItalianAmericans.com or 330-285-2950.

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Cleveland American Middle Eastern Organization (CAMEO) Meeting
Save the Date. Cleveland American Middle Eastern Organization (CAMEO)meeting

nfo@djapo.com

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The Role of Italian Americans in Building Lake View Cemetery
2 PM
Lake View Cemetery

"Set in Stone: The Role of Italian Americans in Building Lake View Cemetery". Lecture and tour led by Pamela Dorazio Dean; tour on Lolly the Trolley. $30 registration IN ADVANCE. See lakeviewcemetery.com/events.

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Columbus Day celebration
Little Italy

Save the date - details to follow

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Cleveland American Middle Eastern Organization (CAMEO) Meeting
Save the Date. Cleveland American Middle Eastern Organization (CAMEO)meeting

nfo@djapo.com

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10th Annual International Cleveland EXPO
Cuyahoga Community College Metro
Save the Date. ICC-WIN 10th annual expo

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Cleveland American Middle Eastern Organization (CAMEO) Holiday Party
Save the Date. Cleveland American Middle Eastern Organization (CAMEO)meeting

nfo@djapo.com

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Cleveland International Hall of Fame Inductions
6 PM
Marriott at Key Center Grand Ballroom
Save the date for the 11th annual induction into the Cleveland International Hall of Fame.

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