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Polish Army in the Soviet Union Exhibition
4-7pm Monday through Friday, 2-7pm on Saturdays; 11am-6pm on Sundays
Polish American Cultural Center, John Paul II
6501 Lansing Avenue

An exhibition documenting the formation of the Polish Army in the Soviet Union in 1941 under the command of General Wladyslaw Anders opens in Cleveland September 19 - 30, 2018 at the Polish American Cultural Center, John Paul II located at 6501 Lansing Avenue in Slavic Village.

Entitled “Trail of Hope”, the exhibition shows the evacuation of Polish soldiers and civilians from Soviet Russia to Iran in a broad historical context, starting with the Soviet aggression against Poland on September 17, 1939, and the Polish-Soviet agreement of July 30, 1941. The latter led to the formation of a Polish army from the survivors of some 1.5 million Poles who had been captured by the Soviets in 1939, or later deported to the Soviet Union. The army’s commander was General Anders, hence the name Anders Army.

Polish soldiers under General Anders’ command fought along with the British 8th Army, as the so-called Polish Second Corps, crossing the Mediterranean to Italy. In May 1944, they captured Monte Cassino, a strategic victory for the Allies in Italy.

Co-hosting the exhibit with PACC, JP II is Cleveland’s Andrew Bajda, son of Marian Bajda, a decorated Polish army veteran who served in Anders Army. Andrew Bajda is assistant professor at Cuyahoga Community College and presents his father’s story about the power of freedom and strength of family in his book entitled “Captured in Liberation”.

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Photo Exhibit: De La Cocina al Ojo (From the Kitchen to the Eye)
Library Hours
Grasselli Library Gallery
John Carroll University

In recognition of Latinx Heritage Month, this is a special collaboration between the Center for Student Diversity and Inclusion, Grasselli Library, the Mexican Consulate of Detroit, and the Centro Mexicano de Cleveland. Exhibit will be up in the Grasselli Library Gallery (next to The Library Help Desk) from 9/21/18 to 10/15/18.

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Free 2018 Fall Chinese Programs
Various
Main Library, International Languages Department, 4th floor
325 Superior Avenue, Cleveland OH 44114

Chinese Language for Beginners. This course is designed for students who are interested in learning the language and culture. Students will be introduced to Pinyin and simplified characters and will learn basic dialogues, grammar and vocabulary that may cover both daily and business expressions. Classes meet during lunch hour twice a week on Wednesdays and Fridays.

Sept. 19, 21, 26, 28; Oct. 3, 5, 10, 12, 17, 19, 24, 26, 31; Nov. 2, 7, 9, 14, 16. Time: 11 am-12 pm

Business and Intermediate Chinese oOffers basic business related Chinese dialogues, grammar, vocabulary and culture through emphasizing business communication skills such as negotiating, socializing, and establishing good relationships. Classes meet during lunch hour twice a week on Wednesdays and Fridays.

Sept. 19, 21, 26, 28; Oct. 3, 5, 10, 12, 17, 19, 24, 26, 31; Nov. 2, 7, 9, 14, 16 Time: 12 -1 pm

Chinese Calligraphy and Ink Painting - This class provides a chance to experience Chinese calligraphy and ink painting. Neither Chinese language background nor prior experience in painting is necessary.

Sept. 22, Oct. 27, Nov. 17. Time: 11-12:30 pm

Happy Chinese for Children - This class helps children to learn basic Chinese pronunciation (Pinyin), vocabulary and expressions via fun activities, such as singing, dancing and crafting. Classes meet on listed Saturdays.

Sept. 22, 29 Oct. 13, 27 Nov. 17. Time: 3-4 pm

T’ai Chi for Adults - T’ai Chi is an ancient Chinese exercise which embodies profound concepts and principles of health and movement. It offers harmony between body and mind. Its movements may help calm emotions, focus the mind, and strengthen the immune system. This adult only class will be offered on Saturdays.

Sept. 22, 29 Oct. 13, 27 Nov. 17. Time: 3-4 pm

Chinese Martial Arts for Children - This martial arts class is designed for youngsters to encourage more physical exercise through introducing to them the ancient Chinese sport Kung Fu that advocates virtue and peace. The Class will be offered on Saturdays.

Sept. 22, 29 Oct. 13, 27 Nov. 17. Time: 4-5 pm

Chinese language classes will be offered in collaboration with the Confucius Institute at Cleveland State University. Registration is required for all classes. For questions and registration, please email to forlit.asian@cpl.org or call 216-623-2895.

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Israel: Then & Now Exhibit
Museum Hours
Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage

A people with no home, rejected across the globe for religious beliefs, find hope in a land they can make their own. In 1948, when Israel was declared the first Jewish state, it gave the Jewish people an opportunity to create a home for themselves and their children - what would come of this land, the people, and a culture? Take a look back and imagine what's ahead during this world premiere special exhibition that combines milestone moments, historic images, interactive media, and film to explore Israel: Then & Now.

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Talespinner Theatre: Jan and the Trickster, A Polish Tale of Magic
6:30 PM
Parma Branch, Cuyahoga County Public Library
6996 Powers Blvd

Families with children ages 5 - 10. Young Jan and his magical new friend perform feats of magic and solve riddles to try to best Kostiei, the trickster king of the enchanted forest. Based on traditional Polish folktales. Performed live by Talespinner Children's Theatre.

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Media and Foreign Policy
7 PM
Lakewood Main Library Multipurpose Room
15425 Detroit Avenue, Lakewood, Ohio 44107-3829

Great Decisions in the Library - Media and Foreign Policy led by Ramune Braziunaite, PhD

State and non-state actors today must maneuver a complex and rapidly evolving media landscape. Conventional journalism now competes with usergenerated content. Foreign policy is tweeted from the White House and “fake news” has become a common phrase. What are the implications for U.S. policy? Ramune Braziunaite is Assistant College Lecturer in the School of Communication at Cleveland State University and will lead the discussion.

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Cleveland Italian Film Festival 2018
7:30 PM
Atlas Cinemas Eastgate

TO BE ANNOUNCED: with English subtitles, $10. Pre-film dinner at Arrabiata's, $22. Dinner 5:30 p.m., film at 7:30 p.m. Tickets 1-800-838-3006

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Solon Italian Club meeting
7:30 PM
Solon Community Center

Regular monthly meeting of the Solon Italian Club, 7:30 p.m. at the Solon Community Center. New members welcome. Contact Mike Rhea at (216) 337-8407 or eaglefly60@wowway.com for information.

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Miss/Mrs/Teen/Mr Bharat Ohio 2018
TBD

Diya Entertainment Presents Miss/Mrs/Teen/Mr Bharat Ohio 2018. This is first time we are hosting a pageant focusing on the movement of women, a platform for women of all ages to celebrate their intellect, beauty & character. This event is an amazing opportunity to become famous, build contacts, and encash on multiple path-breaking opportunities! Please join us on September 29th for a spectacular evening with the amazing dinner and DJ night with celebrities and watch and encourage our contestants

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Italian Heritage Night
6 - 8 PM
Cleveland City Hall Rotunda

The Cleveland Italian American Heritage Committee along with the Cleveland Mayor’s Office and Cleveland City Council host a special event each October in the Cleveland City Hall Rotunda to celebrate Italian American Heritage Month with the local community. This year’s event will be held on Monday, October 1 from 6:00-8:00p.m. It is free and open to the public, and we hope you will join us that evening. The highlight of the Opening Ceremony for Italian American Heritage Month is the recognition of individuals and businesses in Northeast Ohio in the following categories for outstanding and service: Individual, Public Service, City Employee, Business, Art & Culture, and Youth. Community members submit nominations to the Committee, and the Committee makes the final selections.

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Celebrate Latvia's Centennial with Maija!
6:30 PM
1385 Andrews Ave, Lakewood, OH (Valet Parking)

Internationally famous opera diva of Metropolitan Opera House, Vienna State Opera, Opera House in Paris, Dresden Opera House, The Royal Opera House, Munich State Opera, Teatro alla Scala, Guangzhou (China), Opera Australia, Handa Opera on the Harbour, LNOB in R?ga, Latvia & others. You have an opportunity to hear Maija Kovalevska in concert with acclaimed pianist Dzintra Erliha. The program will consist of works by Latvian composers as well as some of Maija's favourite opera arias. Maija and Dzintra are dedicating their worldwide 2018 concert tour to Latvia's Centennial Celebration.

Refreshments and meeting with the artists after the performance. Admission $30 / Students $15. Please make payment by October 1, 2018

Info: Anda Suna Cook 216-651-0486 - chairperson

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Cleveland Italian Film Festival 2018
7:30 PM
Capitol Theater

Taranta On the Roadť Comedy with English subtitles, $10. Pre-film dinner at Il Rione, $22. Dinner 5:30 p.m., film at 7:30 p.m. Tickets 1-800-838-3006.

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Jugalbandi and more to Support A Child
7 - 9:30 PM
Bamboo Garden Party Hall
5106 Great Northern Plaza, North Olmstead, 44070

Enjoy A Glamorous Blend of Dance and Music plus Jugalbandi to Support A Child (SAC) Project. Support A Child fundraiser program for the orphan and disadvantaged children in India. It is a fun filled musical evening with famous Music Mastero from India Pt Tarun Bhattacharya Ji (Santoor player), Guru Sanchita Bhattacharya Ji (Odissi dancer), Shri Jyotirmaya Roychowdhury ji ( Tabla player) and Trishita Nandi Ji (Odissi dancer).

Ticket Price $20.00/Adult • $10/Children age 5-15. Enjoy complimentary Dinner.

For Tickets and more information, please contact: Dr. Rashmi Jain at 440-668-1966 or Dr. Mona Gupta atadmin@aipno.org

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The Troubles in Northern Ireland: Conflict Resolution and Peacebuilding
8 AM - Noon
Murphy Room, Lombardo Student Center
John Carroll University

This half-day interactive workshop will be a deep dive into the history, politics and peacebuilding process of “the Troubles” in Northern Ireland. The workshop will build a strong knowledge of the Northern Ireland conflict and will strengthen conflict resolution competencies, which can be utilized in the classroom. We will share resources for educators to teach students the qualities of an effective mediator, to understand the challenges of mediation, to consider the importance of conflict resolution, and to improve students’ mediation skills. The workshop is open to the community; non-educators will participate in a hands-on activity.

Space is limited; please register early.

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St. Stanislaus Polish Festival
Various
St. Stanislaus Social Center
6601 Baxter Avenue

Polish food and pastries. Dancing, Games of Chance, Polish Imports, Tours of the historic Church.

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Association of Indian Physicians Gala
4:30 pm to 10 pm
Cleveland Public Auditorium

The Association of Indian Physicians of Northern Ohio (AIPNO) cordially invites you to it’s 35th Annual Fundraiser Gala “Chiraag”/ Research Showcase Poster Competition on Oct 6, 2018 to support our major beneficiary “Mayor Jackson’s Scholarship Program” administered by “College Now” to increase postsecondary educational attainment through college and career access advising, financial aid counselling, and scholarship and retention services.

AIPNO is the vibrant largest non-profit organization-501 © (3) in the state of Ohio founded in 1983 geared towards enhancing the quality of healthcare by fostering excellence and professionalism in the practice of medicine and supporting efforts to improve the availability of healthcare to underserved population in Ohio and in India. Our mission is to continue to enhance community involvement and coordinate with other local, national and international organizations through philanthropy, health care access and education. We organize fundraiser events, health fairs and continuing medical Education (CME). Our goal is to have more family friendly activities and involve the younger generation.

The AIPNO Annual Fundraiser Gala and Conference is one of our most prestigious events. This event consists of complimentary CME, Research Showcase ( poster presentation), an awards ceremony including medical student scholarship and distinguished physician of the year, a cultural program, and a social program of raffle, dinner and dancing. AIPNO is for non-Indians and non-physicians as well. We are expecting 700-800 participants this year. Poster presenters receive complimentary ticket and winners are awarded cash prizes. AIPNO fosters and encourages participation from medical students, residents, fellows, faculty, nurses, seasoned researchers, high school students, allied healthcare providers (nurses, therapists, etc.), community leaders, and legislative leaders philanthropic practitioners, dedicated donors and valued beneficiaries alike. AIPNO is the hub for us all.

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2018 International Cleveland Community Day
11 AM - 4PM
Cleveland Museum of Art

Save the date. Details soon.

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Asian Catholic Mass
Noon
St. Clarence Parish,
30106 Lorain Road, North Olmsted

Please join the Asian Catholic Community for Mass on October 7th 2018 at Noon. St. Clarence Parish, 30106 Lorain Road, North Olmsted. An afternoon of family celebration of Asian culture and spirituality beginning at Mass with Bishop Perez an noon followed by a delicious Asian meal and entertainment.

All are invited. Free admission

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Celebrate 100 years of our St. Colman Church
1 - 5 PM
West Side Irish American Club
8559 Jennings Road, Olmsted Township, Ohio 44138

Celebrating 100 years of our St. Colman Church Building 1918-2018 and Our 2018 Honorees: James Goggin, Patricia Pischel, Deacon William Corrigan and Leonard Gaertner

Single Admission Ticket cost is $35.00 Reserve Tables for 8 at $600.00 which include 8 Admission Tickets, also acknowledgement in the program book of family name or business name.

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Hungarian Gala Organ Concert
4 PM
Blackstone Residence, Brathenal

The Hungarian Cultural Garden invites you to a Gala Organ Concert at the spectacular Blackstone Residence in one of Northeast Ohio's most unique Bratenahl homes. An architectural beauty on the lake, one of a kind designed by Richard Fleishman. Organist is Marcia Snavely. The Blackstone organ has 7406 pipes and is of Aeolian-Skinner lineage. Pianist Randy Fusco will play a Bosendorfer Imperial. Basson player is Barrick Stees.

Refreshments will be served overlooking Lake Erie. Proceeds will benefit the Cleveland Hungarian Cultural Garden Maintenance Endowment. $100 per person. Contact Carolyn Balogh at cebalogh@aol.com.

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Ransoming a King: the Life of Erzsébet Szilágyi
2 PM
Hungarian Heritage Museum
In The Galleria, Downtown

Cleveland Hungarian Heritage Society Lecture Series. Ransoming a King: the Life of Erzsébet Szilágyi by- Ildikó (Falk) Peller, Associate Professor, Cuyahoga Community College, Retired

Erzsébet Szilágyi was the daughter of László Szilágyi and Catherine Bellyéni, members of two influential Hungarian families of the 15th century that were loyal to King Zsigmond of Hungary. She was the wife of János Hunyadi. After her husband’s death in 1456, her older son, László Hunyadi, was executed. Erzsébet's younger son, Mátyás, was taken to Prague by the young King. Erzsébet negotiated Mátyás’s release, and he was subsequently crowned King of Hungary in 1458; Erzsébet continued to be an influential woman in the Kingdom.

Activities are in English. All lectures and programs are held at the Hungarian Heritage Museum, in The Galleria, Downtown Cleveland, with coffee and refreshments following the presentation. On these days, the Museum is open from 1-4 p.m. $5 parking is available in the Galleria underground garage. Suggested donation: $10 for adults and $5 for students.

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African American Cultural Garden Black Tie Gala
6 PM - Midnight
Intercontinental Hotel, 9801 Cranegie

This fundraiser is for the completion of the African American Cultural Gardens. National performing artist is "The Prince of Sophisticated Soul" Will Downing

Art and wine auction. Dinner and Dancing.

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Cleveland Council on World Affairs' Global Impact Awards
6 -8 PM
The InterContinental Hotel - Cleveland

Senator George J. Mitchell will be the Cleveland Council on World Affairs' Global Impact Award honoree and the Brooks Emeny Distinguished Speaker.

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Solon Italian Club meeting
7:30 PM
Solon Community Center

Regular monthly meeting of the Solon Italian Club, 7:30 p.m. at the Solon Community Center. New members welcome. Contact Mike Rhea at (216) 337-8407 or eaglefly60@wowway.com for information.

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Around the World Music Series - Mariachi
7:30 PM
North Water Street Gallery
300 North Water Street, Suite H in downtown Kent, Ohio

Standing Rock Cultural Arts is pleased to announce the fourth season (2018-2019) of its "Around the World" Music Series, which will once again feature an array of outstanding performers from a wide variety of cultures. All performances take place at the North Water Street Gallery (located at 300 North Water Street, Suite H in downtown Kent, Ohio) and start at 8 p.m., preceded by 7:30 p.m. meet-and-greet featuring refreshments. Suggested donation for each performance is $10 (or pay what you can).

October 27, 2018 - Concert 2: 16th annual Da de Muertos celebration featuring Mariachi Santa Cecilia (4-piece mariachi band performing traditional and popular music of Mexico and beyond)

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Celebration to mark Clevelanders' Role in Establishing Czechoslovakia
Times below
Sokol Greater Cleveland Czech Cultural Center
4939 Broadway Ave. Cleveland, OH 44127

On October 27 and 28, Cleveland's Czech, Slovak, and Carpatho-Rusyn communities will mark the 100th anniversary of the founding of Czechoslovakia and the important role that Cleveland played in this event. This festive weekend celebration at the Sokol Greater Cleveland Czech Cultural Center, in historic Bohemian National Hall, will be highlighted by a festival on Saturday and a banquet on Sunday.

Saturday’s festival, running from 10 a.m. through 5 p.m., will feature Czech, Slovak, and Carpatho-Rusyn music and dancers, ethnic exhibits, gymnastic demonstrations, tours of the historic building and museum, food and imported beers, goods for sale from the participating organizations, and much more. Children will see a puppet show and participate in a mushroom hunt and other fun and educational activities.

Sunday's banquet will feature a guest speaker and traditional brass band music. Banquet seating will be limited, so reserve your space now. Ticketing information for the banquet along with sponsor and donor forms are available at the website

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Shaolin Martila Art Performance
3 - 4:30 PM
Saint Ignatius High School Breen Center
1911 West 30th Street Cleveland, OH 44113

Shaolin Martial Art Performance sponsored by the Confucius Institute at Cleveland State University. Admission $10.

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Night in Budapest Grape Harvest festival Dinner Dance
Doors open at 5PM
Hungarian Reformed Church Social Hall
1691 East 31st Street, Lorain

Family style dinner, raffles, performances by Lorain Hungarian Folklore Dancers, dancing, etc. Reserve a spot for $20 by October 29. Call the Church office at 440-277-8177.

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The Songs We Hide
2 PM
Hungarian Heritage Museum
In The Galleria, Downtown

Cleveland Hungarian Heritage Society Lecture Series. The Songs We Hide by Connie Hampton Connally, Author

The author will speak about her research and the resulting book set in the early 1950s in Hungary, a turbulent repressive time in Hungarian history. After a lost war and a brutal transition to communism, the people lived under constant threat of blacklisting, property confiscation, arrest, imprisonment, and worse. In this milieu of dread, music offered hope and redemption.

Activities are in English. All lectures and programs are held at the Hungarian Heritage Museum, in The Galleria, Downtown Cleveland, with coffee and refreshments following the presentation. On these days, the Museum is open from 1-4 p.m. $5 parking is available in the Galleria underground garage. Suggested donation: $10 for adults and $5 for students.

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Around the World Music Series - Lebanese
7:30 PM
North Water Street Gallery
300 North Water Street, Suite H in downtown Kent, Ohio

Standing Rock Cultural Arts is pleased to announce the fourth season (2018-2019) of its "Around the World" Music Series, which will once again feature an array of outstanding performers from a wide variety of cultures. All performances take place at the North Water Street Gallery (located at 300 North Water Street, Suite H in downtown Kent, Ohio) and start at 8 p.m., preceded by 7:30 p.m. meet-and-greet featuring refreshments. Suggested donation for each performance is $10 (or pay what you can).

November 17, 2018 - Concert 3: Danny Lahood - (classical, folk, and modern music from Egypt, Lebanon, and Syria played on the oud, an 11-stringed lute that is known as the "king of instruments" in the Middle East, by a veteran musician from Cleveland's Lebanese community)

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55th Annual Thanksgiving Polka Weekend
Cleveland Downtown Marriott Hotel

The National Cleveland-Style Polka Hall of Fame and Museum presents the 55th Annual Thanksgiving Polka Weekend and the Polka Music Awards Show at the Cleveland Downtown Marriott Hotel, Thursday, Friday and Saturday, November 22, 23 and 24, 2018. Top Cleveland-Style and Slovenian polka bands and performers arrive from across the U.S. and Canada for three days of musical excitement. TV's Alex Meixner is the featured entertainer for the Thanksgiving Polka Weekend and the Awards Show.

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Solon Italian Club meeting
7:30 PM
Solon Community Center

Regular monthly meeting of the Solon Italian Club, 7:30 p.m. at the Solon Community Center. New members welcome. Contact Mike Rhea at (216) 337-8407 or eaglefly60@wowway.com for information.

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Celebrating Hungarian Christmas Traditions
2 PM
Hungarian Heritage Museum
In The Galleria, Downtown

Cleveland Hungarian Heritage Society Lecture Series. Celebrating Hungarian Christmas Traditions - Annual Children's Christmas Program

Mikulás Bácsi visits the Hungarian Museum to the delight of children young and old. He passes out treats. This event includes seasonal arts and crafts as well as opportunities to learn more about Hungarian culture and history. The program is designed for children ages 3-9, and 10-13.

Activities are in English. All lectures and programs are held at the Hungarian Heritage Museum, in The Galleria, Downtown Cleveland, with coffee and refreshments following the presentation. On these days, the Museum is open from 1-4 p.m. $5 parking is available in the Galleria underground garage. Suggested donation: $10 for adults and $5 for students.

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Around the World Music Series - Russian
7:30 PM
North Water Street Gallery
300 North Water Street, Suite H in downtown Kent, Ohio

Standing Rock Cultural Arts is pleased to announce the fourth season (2018-2019) of its "Around the World" Music Series, which will once again feature an array of outstanding performers from a wide variety of cultures. All performances take place at the North Water Street Gallery (located at 300 North Water Street, Suite H in downtown Kent, Ohio) and start at 8 p.m., preceded by 7:30 p.m. meet-and-greet featuring refreshments. Suggested donation for each performance is $10 (or pay what you can).

December 8, 2018 - Concert 4: Oleg Kruglyakov - (a fascinating and fun-filled program of diverse Russian music for the balalaika, Russia's distinctive national instrument, played by a conservatory-trained virtuoso performer from Siberia)

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Around the World Music Series - Chinese
7:30 PM
North Water Street Gallery
300 North Water Street, Suite H in downtown Kent, Ohio

Standing Rock Cultural Arts is pleased to announce the fourth season (2018-2019) of its "Around the World" Music Series, which will once again feature an array of outstanding performers from a wide variety of cultures. All performances take place at the North Water Street Gallery (located at 300 North Water Street, Suite H in downtown Kent, Ohio) and start at 8 p.m., preceded by 7:30 p.m. meet-and-greet featuring refreshments. Suggested donation for each performance is $10 (or pay what you can).

February 2, 2019 - Concert 5: Jarrelle Barton - (a varied program of traditional, modern, and original music for the guzheng, an ancient Chinese zither with 16 and 21 strings, presented by a skilled and expressive performer based in Minneapolis)

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Around the World Music Series - Korean
7:30 PM
North Water Street Gallery
300 North Water Street, Suite H in downtown Kent, Ohio

Standing Rock Cultural Arts is pleased to announce the fourth season (2018-2019) of its "Around the World" Music Series, which will once again feature an array of outstanding performers from a wide variety of cultures. All performances take place at the North Water Street Gallery (located at 300 North Water Street, Suite H in downtown Kent, Ohio) and start at 8 p.m., preceded by 7:30 p.m. meet-and-greet featuring refreshments. Suggested donation for each performance is $10 (or pay what you can).

March 16, 2019 - Concert 6: Chan E. Park - (one of the foremost exponents of pansori, a unique tradition of story-singing originating in South Korea, will present a bilingual performance of an ancient fable entitled "Song of the Water Palace")

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Cleveland International Hall of Fame Inductions
6 PM
Grand Ballroom
Marriott at Key Center, Downtown.

The 10th annual Cleveland International Hall of Fame induction dinner and ceremony. Save the date!

Cleveland International Hall of Fame logo

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