Looking for something to do? If live music isn’t your thing, then maybe pancakes are; if you’re not crazy about the bar scene, then maybe a little street festival would be up your alley.
You get the idea.
Printroom Pancake Fundraiser: Pancakes and a great organization. CPR is
hosting its second-annual Pancake Fundraiser at Mahall’s 20 Lanes, starting at 11 a.m.
Sunday. Flapjacks, bacon, juice and coffee/tea are included for $10, with all
proceeds benefiting the Cleveland Print Room. In addition, the event will feature a silent auction, instant photos,
cash bar and music provided by DJs Thomas & Tania of WOBC-FM's The Real
Art and Soul Festival: The Good Day Moon Gallery and the Reiki Room are hosting their inaugural street festival Saturday, featuring local artists, food from the Root Café and Lucky Dogs food truck, as well as street performers, live music, face painting, St. Helen's Unicycle Team, Something DaDa Improv, hula-hooping, Olmstead Performing Arts Dance Troop, Silhouette Acrobatics, and more. All proceeds benefit the Trinity Lakewood Community Outreach.
Lakewood Dog Park 10th Anniversary Celebration: Friends of the Lakewood Dog Park is having a party to celebrate the first 10 years of the Lakewood Dog Park. Dinner will include your choice of a hot off the grill entree of chicken, or a ¼-pound hamburger, or a veggie kabob. There's also an "all the fixins" condiment bar, rolls and buns, a garden salad of mixed greens with everything in the garden, two additional side dishes, beverage and dessert. The event is slated for 5:30 p.m. Saturday.
Figure drawing at Breakneck Gallery: The event — with figure model Nicci Rose-Cesa — is set to take place at the Madison Avenue gallery from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Saturday. All ages and skill levels welcome. Snacks, beverages and camaraderie all are also welcome. The event is $5 per person.
John Denver Tribute: The show, slated to take place at the Winchester at 9 p.m. Friday, will feature Ted Vigil and longtime John Denver guitarist Steve Weisberg.
Editor's note: In full disclosure, Colin McEwen's family owns Mahall's 20 Lanes.