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A Salute to Arts & Culture
Noon
Cleveland City Hall Rotunda

Black History Month Celebration

Honoree: Christina Johnson. Theatre Performance: Juba (Song of Negros).

Vendors present and food samples provided by B&M Bar B Que. (Free, Open to Public)

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Estonian Independence Day
2:00
Der Braumeister Restaurant
13046 Lorain Ave., Cleveland

Please join us for the Anniversary of Estonian Independence Day - Celebration in Cleveland

A private room has been reserved for gathering and lunch. Your meal will be ordered from the menu. Drinks, dessert, tax and tip are extra.

This year's speaker is Toomas Tubalkain. RSVP by FEBRUARY 18 to Karin & Hans Ruus (440) 238-0456

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4th Annual Kurentovanje
11:00
Slovenian national Home
East 62nd and Addision

Kurentovanje (koo-rahn-toh-VAHN-yay) is the most popular carnival event in Slovenia and the central figure of the carnival, the Kurent, is believed to chase away winter and usher in spring. The day will be filled with costumes, a parade, food and drink, heritage and fuzzy Kurents.

11am-Doors Open: Come grab some food, Slovenian donuts ("krofe"), coffee, and shop at Collective Upcycle. Crafts to help children prepare for Kurentovanje will also take place during this time.

Noon-Parade: Parade kicks off traditional Kurentovanje, which will stretch through the neighborhood from St. Vitus Church on Lausche Ave. to the Slovenian National Home on St. Clair. The procession will include Kurents, polka and marching bands, dance groups, and other parading groups in traditional dress from across Eastern Europe. Community and groups are encouraged to register to participate in the parade at www.ClevelandKurentovanje.com. All visitors are encouraged to dress in costume of any kind to celebrate in the Slovenian tradition.

1-6pm-Celebrate: Eat, drink, shop and party at Slovenian National Home. Experience the many different foods, wines, beers, music and dance of Slovenia and Eastern Europe. Local craftspeople will be selling homemade edibles and handmade goods. Several musical and dance acts will perform throughout the day. Attendees can explore the Slovenian National Home, the neighboring Slovenian Museum and Archives, as well as many other storefront businesses in the area, which will feature samplings of food, spirits and music.

6pm-Midnight-After Party: When the Kurentovanje ends, the celebration will move to the official After Party at Sterle's Country House on East 55th where guests can enjoy schnitzel, polka, and a shot or two of slivovitz. Sterle's Bier Garden will also be open throughout the day.

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Latvian Music Concert
5:00
Cleveland Latvian Church Hall
1385 Andrews Avenue, Lakewood

The Cleveland Latvian Concert Association is delighted to invite you to the second concert in its 62nd season with Dinara Rudane, soprano, and Gints Berzinš, pianist. Both artists are from Riga, Latvia, arriving in the US just for this performance.

Refreshments and meeting with the artists after the performance. Please join us. Parking across the street in the Masonic lot, or above it behind the shopping strip. Admission $25 at the door / students under 18 free

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Traditional Maskarada
6:00
St. Mary's Collinwood
716 East 156th Street

St. Mary's in Collinwood is hosting the traditional Maskarada or Mardi Gras dinner/dance beginning at 6 p.m. Music by Veseli godci. Costumes are very welcome. Cost for adults is $25., ages 7 to 18, $14, and children 6 and younger are free. Those wanting to attend the dance only, $10 with costume (after 8:00 p.m.) (216-761-7740 )Fr. Kumse

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Cleveland's Brazilian Carnival
9:00 pm - 2:00 a.m.
Music Box Supper Club
1148 Main

TropicalCleveland's Brazilian Carnaval. One of the largest and most authentic Carnaval celebrations in The Great Lakes Area. Bringing together Brazilians and people from all over the world as one to experience an electrifying yearly event!

The featured band " Marcio Mendes and The Mix Brazil Band" playing a mix of traditional and modern Brazilian Carnival Music. Big Batucada (Brazilian Drum Line) "Samba Joia" Samba Joia has perfected their performing skills from Bahia to Rio Samba style. From Orlando, Brazilian Samba Dancers ( Spirit of Samba ).Spirit of Samba will bring authentic Brazilian professional Samba dancers, filled with rich and colorful samba costumes. Spirit of Samba will bring an eccentric bright life to our Carnival and transform it into a tropical, thrilling experience. Samba dancers entertaining the audience throughout the night!! Their Show will be delivered with elegance, class and professionalism.

Dj Sambucada will be spinning in between sets all of the hottest & newest music from Brazil. To kick start the carnival spirit there will be Caipirinhas specials all night long. At the Door Masks and Beads Giveaway, $20 General , $30 Table seating . call 216.242.1250 or online at http://clk2.it/tRUh1S

Plenty of parking in the Improv or Nautica parking lots.

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Maslenitsa 2017
11:00
City of Cleveland Greenhouse
St. Clair and Herrick

Put on your heavy winter wear and join us Sunday in the Russian Cultural Garden. Family fun celebrating the defeat of Winter and welcoming Spring.

We're celebrating Mardi Gras Russian Style with a Maslenista Festival. Topping the list of fun activities - a Pancake Contest, a Pancake Eating Contest, A Babushka Contest - games for kids, music - and a place to get warm. There is both a People's Choice and a Judge's choice in the contest.

It's free to get in/ It's fun/ It's where all the "cool" people will be.

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St. Sava Celebration
10:00 a.m.
St. Sava Serbian Orthodox Cathedral
6306 Broadview, Parma

Please, join us for our choir Slava celebration on Sunday Feb. 26th at 10am. Our honored Kumovi this year are Popadija Svetlana Grabic, Katarina Knezevic, Juliana McDonald, Rachel Lytkowski, Amanda Miller and Adam Vlainic. We are also excited to be celebrating the 25th Anniversary of our Cathedral Music Director Mr. Milan Damljanovic.

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Danish Sisterhood, Danske Damer Lodge Meeting
1:30
Parma Heights Library
6206 Pearl Road

Anja Muenger, an AFS exchange student from Switzerland will be speaking to us about her country and her experience here in the US. She is being hosted by 2 of our own members, Ruth and Signe Mortensen and family . Anja attends North Olmsted High School. We will also be celebrating Fastelavn* with the traditional Slå Katten af Tønden and refreshments.

Bring your children, grandchildren, nieces and nephews and friends. The tradition is for children to dress in costume (as for Halloween). * Fastelavn is the Danish equivalent of Carnival or Shrovetide. It is celebrated the Sunday before Ash Wednesday with the children wearing costumes and participating in "Slå katten af tønden" (hitting the cat out of the barrel). However we will not use a cat but a piñata with candy. Minna 440 734 3905

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Pre-Lent Celebration; Annual "Ostatki"
After 11:30 Mass
St. Casimir Church
8223 Sowinski Ave

Last Celebration before the beginning of Lent. A special festive luncheon with Polish pastry delicacies will be available along with Music provided by John and Mark Szleszynski. Special prices for students and of course the toddlers eat free as always. Always one of the best events in Cleveland. A family event for all ages.

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Hungarian Scout Banquet
12:30
at St. Emeric Church Parish Hall
1860 West 22nd St

Join The American Hungarian Friends of Scouting. Donation: $20.00 ($10.00 for children under 12) for reservations made by Thursday, Feb. 23. ($25 after Feb. 23 - No tickets sold at the door!) Reservations for carry-out are also requested by the above dates - meals may be picked up at 2 p.m. For reservations please call: Andrea Meszaros at 440/247-5144, 1-6 p.m. or Orsolya Sedensky at 330/963-7035 in the evenings until 9 p.m

Menu: Liver dumpling soup, Chicken and mushrooms in a white wine cream sauce with wild rice, Herb roasted vegetables,Sour cherry strudel, coffee. Cash bar: beer, wine, soft drinks.

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Kick Off to St. Patrick's Day
5:00
Irish American Club East Side
22770 Lakeshore Blvd. Euclid

Kick Off to St. Patrick's Day with the New Barleycorn Sunday February 26th in the Phil Walsh Room. Doors open at 5, Music starts at 6. $5/members, $8/guests. Cash bar

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A Salute to Seniors
Noon
Cleveland City Hall Rotunda

Black History Month Celebration

Honoree: Mr. Russell Atkins.

Food samples provided by J&P Catering. (Free, Open to Public)

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Cleveland Ceili Club - FREE Dance Lessons
7:00 - 9:00
Irish American Club East Side
22770 Lakeshore Blvd.

The Cleveland Ceili Club welcomes you to join us on Wednesday nights for FREE dance lessons from 7 to 9 pm. at the IACES. The Ceili Club also dances each Sunday at the Music Box Supper Club for Irish Music Sundays!

Learn the traditional dances of Ireland. For information: CeiliClubCleveland@gmail.com

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CCWA's World Trivia Challenge
6:00
Market Garden Brewery
1947 W 25th St., Ohio City

Join us for an evening of fun and world trivia! Teams of four compete on international affairs and current events. Great prizes await the winning team. Come alone or put together a team! Fun and world trivia.

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Chinese Storytime
10:30-11:30AM
25501 Shaker Boulevard, Beachwood

Join us for stories, songs and rhymes in Mandarin Chinese and stay for a craft and playtime after! Presented in cooperation with the Cleveland International Chinese Reading Association.

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Guinness and Harp night
7:30
Irish American Club East Side
22770 Lakeshore Blvd. Euclid

Join us for Guinness and Harp night featuring the Prodigals! $12/Members, $15/guests. Specialty drinks, music, fun! Cash bar. Bring your own snacks

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Salaam Cleveland Dinner
Time TBD
CSU-Student center ballroom
2121 Euclid Ave

Fundraising Dinner Celebrate & Support Salaam Cleveland Excellence in Community Service and Refugee Support Additional Details to Follow

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St.Casimir Corned Beef Dinner
12:00-3:30 pm
p Church Social Hall
at 8223 Sowinski Ave

The 12th annual St.Casimir Corned Beef Dinner will be served on Sunday, March 5th from 12:00-3:30 pm in the Church Social Hall, located at 8223 Sowinski Ave, Cleveland, OH 44103. (Entrance at E.82. St.) $15 adult plate includes a generous portion of corned beef, potatoes,carrots, cabbage, dessert, coffee or tea. Children 12 and under $7. Additional beverages available for purchase.

Afternoon includes Chinese Raffle and 50/50 drawing. Please consider joining us in celebration of our 11:30 Mass. Tickets sold at the door. Contact Marcia at 440-477-4837.

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Annual Corned Beef and Cabbage Dinner
12:30
Irish American Club East Side
22770 Lakeshore Blvd. Euclid

Doors open at 12:30pm, dinner served from 1pm-5pm. IACES units and Irish dance schools to perform throughout the day This is a sell-out event every year and reservations must be pre-paid by March 2nd! Adults: $11, Kids: $6

Contact Linda Carney at 216-531-3816 or lcarney161@sbcglobal.net or Sarah O'Brien Dirk at 216-337-9004 or obriendirk@gmail.com to make your reservations! Stick around after dinner for live music with Crawley and Hopper from 6-9:30pm in the Phil Walsh Room.

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Nowruz 1396
8:00
Makoy Center
5462 Center Street, Hilliard

Nowruz is Iranian (Persian) New Year. Join us for dinner and dancing.

Cash Bar. Buffet Dinner includes White Rice,Baaghaali Polo,Koobideh,Joojeh Kabob,Fish,Kashkeh Bademjoon,Mast o Kheiyar, Salad. For tickets Please see seating chart on our website. Tickets without Dinner: $48 (entry after 10:00PM)

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Irish Coffee Night
6:00
Irish American Club East Side
22770 Lakeshore Blvd. Euclid

A lovely night with the Portersharks! Doors open at 6pm, Music starts at 6:30pm. $8/members, $10/guests. Specialty drinks, food available for purchase, cash bar

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Saint Patrick's Day
All Day
All over Cleveland

Stay tuned for a list of all the Saint Patrick's Day activities.

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Sober 17th
5pm to 8pm
Ahern's Banquet Center
726 Avon Belden Road, Avon Lake

Our Sober Seventeenth St. Patrick's Day Party is like an Irish hooley, a lively - alcohol free - gathering featuring good food, Irish music and dance. James Kilbane, a multi-platinum recording artist directly from Achill Island, County Mayo, Ireland, will present an entertaining night of popular songs from his career and life of Irish ballads, country and folk songs that have influenced his musical career and life. This will be a very entertaining night for all ages with classic after classic Irish and international ballads and songs from start to finish.

James Kilbane rose to prominence as runner up in Ireland's national talent television show You're A Star in 2004 and is renowned as one of Ireland's top Christian, country gospel and Irish singer.

The award winning Brady-Campbell School of Irish Dance will demonstrate the energetic and precise art of Irish step-dancing. The St Ignatius Circus will amaze. Special activities will be planned for children.

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150th Annual St. Patrick's Day Banquet
6:00
Renaissance Cleveland Hotel
24 Public Sq.

Our 150th Annual St. Patrick's Day Banquet is soon approaching. I know many of you have plans on St. Patrick's Day but this is a wonderful Hibernian tribute to our parade honorees and our community. Cost: $60.00

Reservations Required: Patricia Lavelle plave31228@gmail.com 440-899-5185 or Donna Leary dleary0430@sbcglobal.net 216-688-1898

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Lithuanian Boys Choir Concert
7:00
Cleveland State University
Waetjen Auditorium - 2121 Euaclid Ave.

A prominent boys choir from Lithuania in Cleveland on March 17, 2017. Dagilelis world recognized choral group will perform at Cleveland State University's beautiful and acoustically sound Waetjen Auditorium.

The group, under the direction of Remigijus Adomaitis, consists of 37 male singers ages 10-19. It has won numerous awards at international competitions all over the world - Klaipeda, Lithuania in 2015, Beijing, China in 2014, Wroclaw, Poland in 2013, and Lecco, Italy in 2010, just to name a few. This extraordinary concert is co-sponsored by CSU's Center for International Services and Programs, Cleveland's Exultate Choir, and the Lithuanian Consulate.

This is a rare opportunity to enjoy the performance of an internationally acclaimed choir, whose voices blend together to create an unforgettable experience. Don't miss it. Tickets and Information: $20 Adults. $10 Children/Youth(18 years and under) Amanda Muliolis (216) 938-7356 or e-mail: boyschoirconcert@gmail.com

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Ohio Norsemen Meeting
2-4:00
Panera
Center Ridge Rd.

All are welcome. Come and join us and learn more about Norway.

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5th Annual "Speaking of Women! A Dialogue Series for Women in Leadership"
12:00 Noon - 1:30pm
Cleveland Clinic - Main Campus - Bunts Auditorium
9500 Euclid Avenue

Special Women's History Month Leadership Symposium

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Slovenska Pristava
5:01- 12:02
Slovenska Pristava Reverse Raffle
Geneva

Slovenska Pristava Presents the 6th Annual Reverse Raffle. $50 Includes 1 Main Board Ticket Excellent Dinner, Dessert, Beer, Wine and Soft Drinks (Bring Your Own Spirits) $25 Entrance Only Ticket (Does Not Include Main Board Ticket) Includes Excellent Dinner, Dessert, Beer, Wine and Soft Drinks (Limit One Per $50 Ticket). Have A Chance at Over $5,000 In Total Prizes.

All proceeds will go to operating expense for Slovenska Pristava. Call Nadia Kobal for tickets and more information 440-477-1489

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Eastern European Congress of Ohio Cleveland Dinner
6:00
Bohemian National
4939 Broadway

Guest Speaker -Dick Russ Former Cleveland News Reporter Slovenian "Man of the Year". Special Honoree: Zoran "Z" Karic, Former Cleveland Crunch Soccer Player Tickets $ 45.00 per person, limited seating NO tickets available at the door . Cash Bar

RSVP by Friday, March 24 Make check payable to "Eastern European Congress of Ohio" 430 Wakefield Run Blvd. o Hinckley, OH 44233. For additional information info@eecoh.org or 330-659-0961. Looking forward to celebrating the cultures of Eastern Europe with you!

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Around the World Music Series - Irish
8 PM
North Water Street Gallery, 300 N. Water Street, Suite H
Kent, Ohio

Journeywork (traditional music played by three of the area's finest Irish performers: uilleann piper Brian Bigley, guitarist/singer Ruairí Hurley, and flutist Brian Holleran). A 7:30 p.m. meet-and-greet featuring complimentary snacks will precede the 8 p.m. program.

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Ohio Norsemen Meeting
2-4:00
Panera
Center Ridge Rd.

All are welcome. Come and join us and learn more about Norway.

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Cleveland International Hall of Fame
5:30
Cleveland Marriott at Key Center
Save the Date for the 2017 induction

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Spring Friendraiser
11:30am to 1:00pm
Ariel International Center
1163 East 40th Street

This is an opportunity for the community members, partner organizations, business, and friends to learn more about ASIA, Inc.'s programs and services and hear about upcoming initiatives and projects focused on the immigrant and refugee community as we start off 2017. "The Annual Spring Friendraiser is an opportunity to share our past success and upcoming plans that build bridges for folks in the community to our programs and services," said Michael Byun, chief executive officer at ASIA, Inc.

Ticket prices are $35 and include parking, admission, catered lunch, and and a motivational keynote speaker. Tickets can be purchased online at www.asiaohio.org/friendraiser2017, or a check can be made out to "ASIA, Inc." and mailed to our Akron office (730 Carroll St., Akron, OH 44304). For more information please contact Ajla Karalic at akaralic@asiaohio.org or 330-535-3263 Ext:5307.

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The Italians in Cleveland: Their History & Communities
12:00 - 3:00
Western Reserve Historical Society
10825 East Blvd.

Pamela Dorazio Dean, WRHS Curator for Italian American History, will present the history of the Italians in Cleveland—their communities, occupations, social and religious groups that have enhanced the Cleveland landscape. Connie Sancetta, secretary of CIAO (Cleveland Italian Ancestry Organization) and volunteer assistant to Pamela, will offer research advice for tracing ancestors within the Northeast Ohio area. Volunteers will be available after presentation to assist in research. A behind-the-scenes library tour is available after class. Fee $15.

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Ohio Norsemen Meeting
2-4:00
Panera
Center Ridge Rd.

All are welcome. Come and join us and learn more about Norway.

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Cleveland Asian Festival
11-7
East 30th and Payne
Asia Town Cleveland

The Cleveland Asian Festival is an annual celebration of Asian Pacific American Heritage month in May, the weekend before Memorial Weekend in Cleveland's Asiatown neighborhood

Details to come.

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Syttende Mai
Time TBD
Location TBD

Syttende Mai or Norweigan Constitution Day is may 17th. Here in Cleveland we will be celebrating on the following Sunday, May 21st.

Mark your calendars and watch for details.

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Around the World Music Series - Persian
8 PM
North Water Street Gallery, 300 N. Water Street, Suite H
Kent, Ohio

Yahya Golestan and Dariush Saghafi (timeless classical music and poetic songs of Persia, played on tar and santur). A 7:30 p.m. meet-and-greet featuring complimentary snacks will precede the 8 p.m. program.

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Ohio Norsemen Meeting
2-4:00
Panera
Center Ridge Rd.

All are welcome. Come and join us and learn more about Norway.

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Special Event!!!

Save the date for an amazing international event. Details soon.

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40th Annual Scottish Games
Lorain County Fairgrounds
Wellington, Ohio

The Ohio Scottish Games are held at the Lorain County Fairgrounds in Wellington on the 4th Saturday every June. Established in 1977, this long standing event is presented by the members of the Scottish American Cultural Society of Ohio, an organization dedicated to the preservation and promotion of their proud Scottish heritage and ancestry.

The Ohio Scottish Games highlight the traditional dance, music and athletics of the ancient Highland Games. Come and join us for a fun, family day, full of entertainment for everyone!

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Ohio Norsemen Meeting
2-4:00
Panera
Center Ridge Rd.

All are welcome. Come and join us and learn more about Norway.

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Our Lady of Mt. Carmel (West) Carnival
11:30
Our Lady of Mount Carmel Parish
6928 Detroit Ave, Cleveland

Games, Rides, Italian Food, Italian Music, Casino, Fun for All! Free to Attend. Raffle for a grand cash prize of $5,000 and Italian goodies! Supports Our Lady of Mount Carmel West)

Mass for the Feast at 11:30 a.m. on Sunday July, 17th. Procession of Saints Following

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Egyptian Festival
Times vary
St. Mark Coptic Orthodox Church
2100 E. Pleasant Valley Road, Seven Hills

A wonderful combination of the old world and the new. Sample the grape leaves and other delicious foods and of course the Egyptian pastries. Music, dancing, church tours and camaraderie.

Enjoy the festival and learn something about Egypt at the same time!

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One World Day
11-7
Cleveland Cultural Gardens

72nd annual One World Day - details to come

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India Fest
11:00 to 8:00 PM
Independence Middle School
6111 Archwood Rd, Independence

India Festival USA is an annual event that attempts to bridge cultures, generations and communities through one-day of togetherness. It is a day when visitors are encouraged to participate in a thematic display of the rich culture and diversity of two of the greatest nations on earth - India and USA. India Festival USA promises an immersive environment that salutes history, embraces globalization and celebrates communities. The unique event will be attended by Mayor, State Senators, State Representatives, and other community leaders. Join us in this journey. Spend a day with us and enjoy the exhibitions that showcase prodigious talents, expose you to the admirable work of non-profits and let you purchase unique merchandise from India. Indulge your tastebuds in the authentic "Taste of India" Food Fest. FREE Admission & Parking

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Asian Mass
12:00 Noon
St. Clarence Catholic Church
30106 Lorain Road, North Olmsted

Come join the Asian Catholic Community to celebrate the Annual Mass and Gathering. The event is being hosted by the Asian Ministry of the Diocese of Cleveland. It will be an afternoon of family celebration of Asian culture and spirituality beginning with the celebration of the Mass with the Most Rev. Roger W Gries, OSB along with priests from the different Asian Catholic communities.

The cultural and ethnic diversity of the Asian Catholic communities assembled at the Mass will be reflected throughout the celebration. Members of the various Asian communities will come together with their own traditions, dressed in colorful ethnic clothes: shimmering saris, kimonos, karawangs, hanboks, barongs, and ao dai. The entrance procession will have the Vietnamese drums. During the Mass there will be the incense ceremony by the Vietnamese, and the Indian aarti. Hymns will be sung by the choirs in various Asian languages: Tagalog (Filipino), Korean, Vietnamese and Hindi (Indian). The readings and the prayers of the faithful will also be said in various Asian languages.

Following the Mass there will be fun, cultural festivities and a luncheon with typical Asian food prepared by the communities for all who attend. Please come!

Contact Sister Rita Mary Harwood for more information. rmharwood@dioceseofcleveland.org

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