365 things to do in Cleveland in 2017: Your ultimate beam (photos)

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CLEVELAND, Ohio – Can’t consider of anything to do? Think again. There’s some-more function in Cleveland than ever before. Here are 365 things to inform your 2017. The list ranges from festivals to Broadway shows, movies, food events, concerts and much, many more.

1. Take a spin on a ice during a new Rink during Public Square, open by Feb. 28.

2. Enjoy Brews + Prose with internal author Brad Ricca when he discusses his new “Mrs. Sherlock Holmes” during Market Garden Brewery, Jan. 3.

3. Have a “Rhapsody in Blue” with a Cleveland Orchestra during Severance Hall, Jan. 5 and 7.

4. Celebrate a new year during a Grog Shop’s giveaway weekend, Jan. 5 – 8, with a Village Bicycle, Fan Fiction and more.

5.  Follow Your Heart to a The Q when Disney On Ice visits, Jan. 6 – 16.

6. Start off a year with a blast when Cleveland Cinemas starts a 2017 Late Shift Series, Jan. 7 during a Cedar Lee Theatre with Stanley Kubrick’s “Dr. Strangelove.”

7. Get all shook adult during a PlayhouseSquare Elvis Birthday Tribute on Jan. 8 during a Connor Palace.

8.  Go “Into a Woods” when a classical hits Playhouse Square’s Connor Palace, Jan. 10 – 29.

9. Get rootsy with Melissa Etheridge, Jan. 11 during a Hard Rock Rocksino Northfield Park.

10. Think summer during a Mid-America Boat Show, Jan. 12 – 16 during a I-X Center.

11. Cheer on Mark Wahlberg in a heart-pounding “Patriots Day,” about a Boston Marathon bombing, Jan. 13.

12. Stamp your pass during Table 45’s Cultural Connections promotion, featuring a food of a opposite enlightenment any month. Portugal is featured in January.

13. Discover who wants to “#KILLBRIDEZILLA” during a cooking uncover murder poser during Pickwick Frolic, Jan. 13.

14. Spend “An Evening With(out) David Bowie,” directed by Thomas Mulready, Jan. 13 and 14 during a Bop Stop.

15. Honor a Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Jan. 15 during the Cleveland Orchestra’s giveaway unison during Severance Hall.

16. Put your day on ice during a North Coast Harbor Ice Fest with figure demos and more, Jan. 16.

17. Join a Maltz Museum on Jan. 16 for their Hear Our Voices: Martin Luther King, Jr. Day Celebration, with crafts, lectures and more.

18. Elvis Lives! See for yourself Jan. 17 during a Hard Rock Rocksino Northfield Park.

19. Spend a day honoring Dr. King during a Cleveland Public Library’s Martin Luther King Day program during a MLK Branch on Stokes Blvd.

20. Silent disco during a Grog Shop, Jan. 20.

21. Visit Dublin when a Dobama Theatre produces a lauded “The Night Alive” in Cleveland Heights, Jan. 20 – Feb.12.

22. Dress adult for an aged propagandize night with Pinch Squeal’s Vaudeville Cabaret during Pickwick Frolic, Jan. 20.

23. Enjoy “A Masquerade Ball in Scarlet,” an Edwardian Jazz Age Midwinter Feast, during Trinity Cathedral’s annual Music and Art fundraiser, Jan. 21.

24. Move in your chair during a Cleveland Pops “Gotta Sing, Gotta Dance” unison during Severance Hall, Jan. 21.

25 Get musty with G. Love and Special Sauce, Jan. 21 during a House of Blues.

26. Spend a melodramatic day with “Romeo and Juliet” and a Met Opera during a Cedar Lee Theatre, Jan. 21 and 25.

27. Laugh with Ken Ludwig’s silly “Baskerville: A Sherlock Holmes Mystery,” Jan. 21 – Feb. 12 during a Cleveland Play House.

28. Discover Basquiat: The Unknown Notebooks, Jan. 22 – Apr 23 during a Cleveland Museum of Art.

29. Make it an anime day with a reconstruction of “Sailor Moon” during a Cedar Lee Theatre, Jan. 22 and 25.

30. Go “Dancing with a Stars,” Jan. 25 during Playhouse Square’s State Theater.

31. Have a homecoming night with a Cloud Nothings, Jan. 26 during a Beachland Ballroom.

32. Say “Cheers!” to Cleveland Beer Fest during a FirstMerit Convention Center of Cleveland, Jan. 27-28.

33. Laugh with irritable Tom Green when he brings a jokes to Hilarities during Pickwick Frolic. Jan27 and 28.

34. Look brazen to open during a Cleveland Museum of Natural History Museum’s Groundhog Fun Day, Jan. 28.

35. Crow about a Year of a Rooster during Lunar New Year celebrations in AsiaTown, commencement Jan. 28.

36. GoSomewhere in Time” on Jan. 28 as a Western Reserve Historical Society’s celebrates a 150th birthday during this annual history-rich themed event.

37.  Luxuriate in “Orchid Mania” during a Cleveland Botanical Garden, Jan. 28 – Mar 5.

38. Introduce a kids to “A Neverending Story,” Jan. 28 and 29 during a Cedar Lee Theatre.

39. Be tempted by a honeyed sounds of a Temptations during Hard Rock Rocksino Northfield Park, Jan. 29.

40. Sit behind for “Brown Bear, Brown Bear Other Treasured Stories by Eric Carle,” Jan. 28 – 29 during PlayhouseSquare’s Children’s Theater Series at a Ohio Theatre.

41. Top off Groundhog Day with a arrangement of a Bill Murray classical of a same name during a Capitol Theatre during 7 p.m. Feb. 1.

42. Cultivate some ideas during a Great Big Home Garden Show during a I-X Center, Feb. 3-12.

43. Dress down for Cupid’s Undie Run, Feb. 4, commencement during a House of Blues.

44. Fortify yourself for a Cleveland winter with Polish Breakfast during a Prosperity Social Club brunch.

45. Raise a stein to winter during a new Hansa Haus Brewery.

46. Reach for a stars with on a once-a-month giveaway debate of a NASA Glenn Research Center.

47. Explore “This Light of Ours,” – 157 black-and-white photos from a Civil Rights Movement – by May 14 during a Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage.

48. Get a singular possibility to see a easy “Daughters of a Dust,” a initial underline by an African-American lady to accept a far-reaching melodramatic release, Feb. 4 and 5 during a Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque.

49. Spend a classical night with “The King and I,” Feb. 7 – 26 during Playhouse Square’s Connor Palace.

50. Spend a courteous night with a Cleveland Public Theatre’s ” we Call My Brothers,” by Jonas Hassen Khemiri, Feb. 9 – Mar 4 during a Gordon Square Theatre.  

51. Make a date with neo-blues thespian Valerie Stone during a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum, Feb. 10.

52. “Bring It On” to Beck Center for a informal premiere of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s show, Feb. 10 – 26.

53. Have a colorful night during a Third Friday art bound during a some-more than 40 galleries during a 78th Street Studios.

54. Take advantage of a singular possibility to see a black and white chronicle of “Mad Max: Fury Road” during a Cedar Lee Theatre, Feb. 9 and 10.

55. Build an eve around “The Lego Batman Movie” on Feb. 10.

56. Go “Fifty Shades Darker” with Christian Grey when a second book in E.L. James amorous trilogy comes to a large shade Feb. 10.

57. Spend a night on a city in Cleveland’s function Gordon Square jubilee district, from Old City Libations to poutine during Banter and more.

58. Spend a thought-provoking night during a museum with “Repairing a Nation” during Karamu House, Feb. 9 – 26.

59. Be awed by a pipes of Patti  Labelle, Feb 10 during a Hard Rock Rocksino Northfield Park.

60. Have a honeyed day during Cleveland’s initial Donut Fest, Feb. 12 during Red Space downtown.

61. Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Neil Sedaka during a Hard Rock Rocksino Northfield Park – since “Breaking Up is Hard to Do” …

62. Have “Breakfast during Tiffany’s” with a Cleveland Orchestra on Valentine’s Day.

63. Have a singular possibility to see dual films by a late, good Chantal Akerman, “I You He She” and “News From Home,” Feb. 17 and 20 during a Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque.

64. Make a Valentine’s Day date during a Cleveland Institute of Art Cinematheque with a special Valentine’s Day arrangement of a 1939 classical “Love Affair.”

65. Enjoy ” Virtuoso Bach: An Instrumental Extravaganza” with Apollo’s Fire, Feb. 16 – 20, venues around town.

66. Eat internal during Downtown Cleveland Restaurant Week, Feb. 17 – 26.

67. Party Cleveland-style during a seventh annual Brite Winter Festival when it earnings to a Flats West Bank, Feb. 18.

68. “Wait until Dark” when Great Lakes Theater Company brings a psychological thriller to a Hanna Theatre during Playhouse Square, Feb. 17 – Mar 12.

69. Spend a regretful Valentine’s night out during Monster Jam during The Q, Feb. 18 – 19.

70. Spend an operatic Monday night during La Dolce Vita in Little Italy.

71. Chill out with a sculptors during a Medina Ice Festival, Feb. 17 – 20.

72. Celebrate Presidents’ Day during a Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage with giveaway acknowledgment and a possibility to hear from George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, FDR and Theodore Roosevelt, Feb. 20.

73. Hit a slopes during Brandywine or Boston Mills.

74. Catch a singular uncover from blues thespian Curtis Salgado, Feb. 22 during a Beachland Ballroom.

75. Have some “Sugar” with Maroon 5, Feb. 22 during The Q.

76. Skate by a deteriorate during a Rink during Wade Oval, open by Mar 5.

77. Rock with “Amadeus” by England’s National Theatre, Feb. 22 and 26 during a Cedar Lee Theatre.

78. Groove with alt-legend Mike Doughty, Feb. 23 during a Beachland Ballroom.

79. Rev adult for a Cleveland Auto Show, Feb. 24-March 5 during a I-X Center.

80. Discover Dinos after Dark – and some-more – and a Cleveland Natural History Museum’s pajama-and-pizza-and-planets jubilee for kids 7 – 12, Feb. 24.

81. Pay loyalty to Davie Bowie and Friends, in a opposite way, during CityMusic cover orchestra’s unison on Feb. 24 during a Praxis Fiver Workshop on Waterloo Road.

82. Look adult during a renovated Cleveland Clinic Dome I-Max during a Great Lakes Science Center. The new choice of Hollywood films includes “The Princess Bride” and “Stand by Me” on Feb. 25.

83. Try life in a quick line in Strongsville during a 700-foot toboggan chutes during a Metroparks Chalet, open until Mar 6.

84. Score with a Bob Feller Sundae during retro Sweet Moses soda emporium in a Gordon Square area.

85. Give winter a Slovenian-accent during a annual Kurentovanje pre-Lenten fest in a St. Clair-Superior neighborhood, Feb. 25.

86. Go “Roaring Back to a ’20s” during one of Cleveland’s hottest annual parties, a 26th Annual Jump Back Ball, Feb. 25.

87. Hang with Ariana Grande, Feb. 26 during The Q.

88. Fatten your Fat Tuesday with a paczki and polka jubilee during Rudy’s Strudel in Parma’s Polish Village.

89. Laissez les bon temps roulez during a Bourbon Street Barrel Room in Tremont for Mardi Gras.

90. Let a good times hurl with a Mardi Gras jubilee during Paladar Latin Kitchen and Rum Bar in Woodmere in late February.

91. Honor Black History Month with a reverence during a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum.

92. Go to Rio, for a night, with Tropical Cleveland’s annual Brazilian Carnival.

93. Get bending on a Lenten fish grill (see listings at cleveland.com/taste a week of Ash Wednesday). 

94. Warm adult with a Music Box’s Winter Flashback Festival, Jan – March, with tributes to Frank Sinatra, Patsy Cline, Joni Mithell, Bob Dylan and more.

95. Get a prohibited chocolate during a new Rebol cafeteria on Public Square and watch a skaters expert by.

96. Take a travel down memory line with a Cleveland Stories Dinner Party during a Music Box Cleveland, by March, with topics from Eliot Ness to Danny Greene and John D. Rockefeller.

97. Top a prohibited dog with stone ‘n’ hurl – and Fruit Loops – during a Happy Dog during a Euclid Tavern.

98. Spend a night during “The Flick,” Annie Baker’s play about one of a final indie film theaters, Mar 2 – 26 during a Dobama Theatre.

99. Revisit a “X-Men” when “Logan” opens Mar 3 with Hugh Jackman and Patrick Stewart

100. Get your Irish on with Gaelic Storm during a House of Blues, Mar 3.

101. Visit “Toruk” with Cirque du Soleil, Mar 3 – 5 during The Q.

102. Sip internal during a Grand River Valley Ice Wine Festival, Grand River Cellars Winery and Restaurant, Madison, Mar 4, 11 and 18.

103. Catch a late change arrangement of “Freaks,” Mar 4 and 5 during a Cedar Lee Theatre.

104. Take to a skies in a good indoors, during a always-fun Zip City U.S.A. in Streetsboro.

105. Introduce a kids to “The Magic Firebird” with a Cleveland Orchestra Family Concert , Mar 5.

106. Have an aged propagandize punk night with Agent Orange during a Grog Shop, Mar 7.

107. Get swanky for a fizzy sounds of Pink Martini during a Masonic Auditorium, Mar 8.

108. Get a chair in a dim for Lightwire Theater’s electroluminescent “DINO-Light” during Playhouse Square’s Children’s Theater Series prolongation of “Moon Mouse” during a Ohio Theatre, Mar 11 and 12.

109. Have a high-brow eve with Charlotte Rampling and Jim Broadbent in “A Sense of Ending,” film opening mid-March.

110. Beat a winter ennui with a outing to a Siberian vodka room during Restaurant Europa in Pepper Pike.

111. Sweeten your weekend during Hale Farm’s Maple Sugar Festival Pancake Breakfast, weekends in March.

112. Party with Panic during a Disco, Mar 8 during a Wolstein Center.

113. Take a chill off a tough work day with a post-office happy hour; beam during cleveland.com/dining.

114. Have an all-Stravinsky weekend with a Cleveland Orchestra, Mar 16 – 18.

115. Sign your tween adult for a Great Science Academy during a Great Lakes Science Center, twice a month Saturdays classes exploring science, technology, engineering and mathematics.

116.Have a angel story night when Disney’s live-action “Beauty and a Beast” with Emma Watson opens Mar 17.

117. Go immature during a 150th St. Patrick’s Day Parade, Mar 17 on Superior Avenue.

118. Head west to start off St. Paddy’s Day egg- and keg-hopping during Kamm’s Corners.

119. Toast a wearing o’ a immature during one of Cleveland’s many authentic Irish pubs, Parnell’s on Lee Road in Cleveland Heights.

120. Take an “Irish-American Journey” with Apollo’s Fire, Mar 19 venues around town.

121. Geek out during Cleveland Comic Con, Mar 17 – 19 during a Huntington Convention Center of Cleveland.

122. Think large when a Cleveland Botanical Garden hosts “Big Spring,” Mar 19-April 23, featuring a Ladybug Labyrinth sidestep maze, a Mad Hatter Tea Party and more.

123. Join a Midwest Cactus and Succulent Society for their renouned annual uncover during Cleveland Botanical Garden, Mar 18 and 19.

124. Rock a classics with Bon Jovi, Mar 19 during The Q.

125. Watch a Gladiators battle, commencement in Mar during The Q.

126. Be intrigued by “The Curious Incident of a Dog in a Night-Time” during a Connor Palace, Mar 21- Apr 9.

127. Slide, pitch and roar during a I-X Indoor Amusement Park, Mar 24-April 17.

128. Scream in your chair for “Carrie, The Musical” during a Beck Center in Lakewood, Mar 24 – Apr 2.

129. Can a “Power Rangers” save a planet? Find out in theaters Mar 24.

130. Swoon with Bryan Ferry, Mar 26 during a State Theatre during Playhouse Square.

131. Travel a universe from your museum chair during a 41st Cleveland International Film Festival, Mar 29 – Apr 9 during Tower City Cinemas.

132. Stroll down memory line over open mangle during a Cleveland History Center’s holiday show.

133. Spend a good night with a honeyed king when a Great Lakes Theater Company brings “Hamlet” to a stage, Mar 31- Apr 15.

134. Scan a environment when Buzzard Weekend earnings to a Hinckley Reservation in March.

135. Have an out-of-date day during Lake Metroparks Farmpark 26th annual coverlet show, Feb. 17 – Mar 29.

136. Sweeten your day during a Maple Sugaring Weekend, Feb and Mar Saturdays and Sundays, Lake Metroparks Farmpark, Kirtland.

137. Learn some-more about Cleveland’s fascinating medical story during a Dittrick Museum during CWRU.

138. Have an suave initial Friday during a Cleveland Museum of Art MIX events of music, art, culture, food and fun.

139. Be tender by “Lisa Oppenheim: Spine,” a artist’s initial solo museum muster in a United States during MOCA Cleveland, Jan. 20 – May 14.

140. Honor Cleveland in World War we when a Cleveland History Center vaunt opens Apr 1.

141. Be spooked by “The Creature from a Black Lagoon,” Apr 5 during a Cedar Lee Theatre.

142. Be awed by a pysanky flashy eggs during a 23rd annual Ukrainian Museum-Archives Easter Bazaar in April.

143. Visit “Smurfs: The Lost Village” in 3D on Apr 7.

144. Have “A Mid-Summer’s Night’s Dream” with a Cleveland Ballet, Apr 7 and 8 during Playhouse Square’s Ohio Theatre.

145. Be enthuse by “Cutting Edge: Modern Prints from Atelier 17” Apr 9 – Aug. 13 during a Cleveland Museum.

146. Score with tickets to a Indians home opener, Apr 11 opposite a White Sox.

147. Make it a night with master Indian musicians Zakir Hussain Rahul Sharma during a Cleveland Museum of Art, Apr 12.

148. Spend a “Freaky Friday” with your daughter during a Cleveland Play House, Apr 15 – May 14.

149. Show your adore for Mother Earth during Cleveland Earthfest in April, date and place TBD.

150. Spend a Late Shift with “Repo Man,” Apr 15 during a Capitol Theatre.

151. Party in a streets, Polish-style, on a Dyngus Day bar hop, Apr 17 (the day after Easter).

152. Burst into open with a revisit to a Easter lily arrangement during a Rockefeller Park Greenhouse.

153. Wouldn’t it be good to see in Brian Wilson during a Hard Rock Rocksino Northfield Park, Apr 22?

154. Tinker with your tots in a hands-on Cleveland Creates Zone during a Great Lakes Science Center.

155. Raise your “Hand to God” when Dobama Theatre produces a ungodly comedy, Apr 21 – May 21.

156. “You Can’t Take it With You,” though we can be entertained by Karamu House’s production, Apr 21 – May 7.

157. Experience “Something Rotten” during Playhouse Square’s Connor Palace, Apr 25 – May 14.

158. Head south for a Rubber Ducks diversion during Canal Park in Akron.

159. Add some sugarine to your weekend during a 88th annual Geauga County Maple Festival, Apr 27 – 30 in Chardon Square.

160. Party for a Planet during a Cleveland Metroparks Zoo in April.

161. Pay reverence to a Class of 2016 when a Rock Hall opens a inductee vaunt in April.

162. Mark 25 years of Cleveland’s antique orchestra, Apollo’s Fire, during their anniversary festival featuring “Beethoven and Schubert Rediscovered,” Apr 27 – 30, venues around town.

163. Get “Neat, Neat, Neat” for a mythological Damned’s 40th anniversary debate during a House of Blues, Apr 28.

164. Inspire immature learners with a confidant and dauntless womanlike aviators during a International Women’s Air and Space Museum, Burke Lakefront Airport. 

165. Be wowed by ” 150 Years of Bold Clothes,” when a vaunt opens during a Cleveland History Center Apr 28:

166. Plant a tree, assistance a world, during a Holden Arboretum Arbor Day on Apr 28.

167. Spend a giveaway “Super Saturday” during Lakewood’s Beck Center Apr 29, during their free, interactive art practice for children ages 1 to 7 years

168. Celebrate leisure with Station Hope, a giveaway multi-arts eventuality that celebrates a Underground Railroad, Apr 29 during St. John’s Episcopal Church, 2600 Church St., Cleveland.

169. Go retro with “Brand-New Terrific: Alex Katz in a 1950s” during a Cleveland Museum of Art, Apr 30 – Aug. 6

170. Take a skywalk when Holden Arboretum reopens a Murch Canopy Walk, a 500-foot corridor 65 feet above a timberland floor, Apr 1-Nov. 1. 

171. Have a regretful night with a Cleveland Orchestra and “Pelleas and Melisande,” May 2 – 6, during Severance Hall.

172. Give your children a ambience of a universe during a 60th annual International Children’s Theater Festival, May 1- 3 during Playhouse Square.

173. Get rootsy with Dave Alvin during a Beachland Ballroom, May 4.

174. Spend a giveaway Monday (for Cuyahoga County and Hinckley Township residents) with a lions and tigers and bears and other animals during a Cleveland Metroparks Zoo.

175. Polka in a travel on Polish Constitution Day with a annual May march in Parma.

176. Cross a finish line during a annual Derby Day jubilee during Soho Kitchen and Bar on West 25th Street.

177. Get your tequila on during a internal Cinco de Mayo fiesta.

178. Blast off with “Guardians of a Galaxy Vol. 2” on May 5, set to a all-new sonic backdrop of Awesome Mixtape #2.

179. Taste Cleveland, literally, during a West Side Market.

180. Do a Derby during a lane with live simulcasts from Kentucky during Northfield Park, May 6.

181. Make a date with Simply His Servants during a late-night “Rocky Horror Picture Show” screening during a Cedar Lee Theatre.

182. Get a work out on a new Fort Hill Stairs during a Rocky River Nature Center.

183. Get in line during Cedar Point when a park opens for a deteriorate May 6.

184. Cast your line for Fish CLE Free Day in May during North Coast Harbor.

185. Go “Forever Plaid” May 5 – 21 with Great Lakes Theater during Playhouse Square.

186. See what Guy Ritchie can do with a “King Arthur” fable when it opens May 12.

187. Do The Hooley, a 8 annual Irish family fest and pub crawl, May 13 in Kamm’s Corners.

188. Get to know your city better, with a giveaway downtown Take a Hike walking tour offering by a Historic Gateway Neighborhood Corp., May – September.

189. Be changed by contemporary dance during Cleveland Public Theatre’s DanceWorks 2016 festival, May 4 – Jun 3, in a Gordon Square Theatre.

190. Listen patriotically to a Cleveland Pops 16th annual An American Salute show, May 19 during Severance Hall.

191. Build a good time and learn interconnections in inlet by 25 sculptures built wholly with LEGO bricks during a Cleveland Botanical Garden’s Nature Connects show, May 20 – Aug. 26.

192. Get a ambience of one of Cleveland’s many colourful communities during a Cleveland Asian Festival, May 20 and 21 during Asia Plaza and East 27th Street.

193. Get in line for Walnut Wednesday, kicking off food-truck deteriorate downtown in May.

194. Get moving, or watching, for a annual Rite Aid Cleveland Marathon, May 21.

195. Spend a Free First Saturday during MOCA Cleveland.

196. Have a ancestral night with a History on Tap Happy Hour during a Cleveland History Center.

197. Salute internal and inhabitant reserve army during a annual Cleveland International Tattoo, May 20 during Public Auditorium.

198. Go underwater for a debate of a U.S.S. Cod.

199. Say wowza when a Suicide Girls mime unit brings their Blackheart Burlesque act to Beachland Ballroom, May 24.

200. Patio-hop in a Uptown district of University Circle: Ninja City, Corner Alley, ABC The Tavern, Dynomite and more.

201. Go Greek during a 47th annual Tremont Greek Fest, Memorial Day weekend during Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church.

202. Take your tots for a spin on a carousel during a Memphis Kiddie Park.

203. See who’s salsa trainer during Berea’s 19th Annual National Rib Cook-Off during a Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds, Memorial Day weekend.

204. Get your tickets for a informal premiere of a Off- Broadway pound “Really, Really,” Jun 2 – Jul 2 during a Beck Center in Lakewood.

205. Spend a second Friday exploring a galleries, shops and bars on a Walkabout Tremont stroll.

206. Lick a deteriorate with a outing to a internal Honey Hut.

207. Add an Italian accent to your summer during a Little Italy Murray Hill Art Walk, early June.

208. Shop artfully during a annual Clifton Arts Music fest in June.

209. Introduce a kids to “The Land Before Time,” May 27 and 28 during a Cedar Lee Theatre.

210. Celebrate with a male in sequins when Neil Diamond brings his 50th Anniversary Tour to The Q May 30.

211. Get in your way-back appurtenance for a annual hippie Hessler Street Fair, Jun 3 and 4.

212. Bet on a leader during Northfield Park.

213. Visit “West Side Story” with a Cleveland Orchestra’s live accompaniment, Jun 1 – 3 during Severance Hall.

214. Shop internal during a North Union Farmers Market, opening in Apr (northunionfarmersmarket.org).

215. Spend an eve with Diana, princess of a a Amazons, with Warner Bros. “Wonder Woman” reboot on Jun 2.

216. Check out a immature talent during a always stir Marilyn Bianchi Kids Playwriting Festival during a Dobama Theatre, Jun 2 – 5.

217. Sip into summer with a Holden Arboretum’s Bouquets Wine Tasting, Jun 3.

218. Say “AHA!” when a initial Cleveland State University humanities and humanities festival of a same name takes place downtown Square Jun 7, 8, and 9.

219. Spend a colorful afternoon during a Cleveland Museum of Art’s Parade a Circle, June 10.

220. Spend a day with some of Cleveland’s many famous former residents during ancestral Lake View Cemetery (lakeviewcemetery.com).

221. Grab a grass chair during a city’s best retard party, a Larchmere Porchfest, Jun 17.

222. Celebrate 14 years of adhering together during a Avon Heritage Duct Tape Festival, during Veterans Memorial Park in mid-June.

223. Visit “An American in Paris” during Playhouse Square’s Connor Palace, Jun 20 – Jul 9.

224. Tour Cleveland’s many energetic spots with a Haunted Cleveland. Reservations during http://www.hauntedcleveland.net/

225. Shop in character during Cleveland Flea (theclevelandflea.com).

226. Splash into fun during a new and softened Cedar Point Shores Water Park.

227. Get a ambience of one of Cleveland’s largest racial groups during a Jul Ukrainian Village Festival in Parma.

228. Join a giveaway guided debate of University Circle, name Saturdays, May by October. See universitycircle.org for dates.

229. Treat father to a day during Stan Hywet Hall’s 60th Annual Father’s Day Car Show, Jun 18 — one of a oldest automobile shows in America.

230. Groove to a 37th annual 3 day Tri-C JazzFest, Jun 22 – 24, during Playhouse Square.

231. Speed over to a Crawford Auto Aviation Museum when Cleveland cars come home to a second biennial automobile uncover Jun 23-25 – featuring usually cars made in Northern Ohio.

232.Have a KidsDay during a Cleveland Metroparks Zoo, with special games, a march and more, Jun 24 and 25.

233. Get your tickets early for a jubilee of a year, a Cleveland Museum of Art Solstice celebration, Jun 24.

234. Get out your frock for a Ohio Scottish Games, Jun 23 and 24 during a Lorain County Fairgrounds.

235. Show your honour during a Cleveland Pride Parade and Festival, Jun 24 during Voinovich Park.

236. Jam with Grateful Dead members Bob Weir, Mickey Hart, and Bill Kreutzman when Dead Company plays Blossom Music Center Jun 28.

237. Flash behind with New Kids on a Block, Jun 30 during The Q.

238. Watch a nightfall from Lakewood’s overwhelming Solstice Steps.

239. Dig for value during a Berea Flea Market, a initial weekend of any month during a Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds.

240. Head to 52-year-old Cooper’s Twist and Shake for an aged fashioned sundae and summer afternoon.

241. C’mon get happy during a best Happy Hour in town, a Thursday night “Edgewater LIVE” array returning Jun 8 with music, food trucks and more.

242. Sample a Global Kitchen demo from a Whole Foods, weekends during a Cleveland Museum of Natural History.

243. Take a stand-up-paddleboarding lesson.

244. Reunite with a “Despicable Me” organisation when Gru’s long-lost twin (Drew) visits in a third array movie, opening Jun 30.

245. Feed a four-legged crony during a 48-acre Stearns Homestead in Parma, a operative plantation right in a city.

246. Experience a Bard in a good outside during venues around city during a summer Cleveland Shakespeare Festival.

247. Take a travel on a Waterloo side during a Waterloo Arts Fest in June.

248. Be WOWed by a steer and sounds of Wade Oval Wednesdays – picnics and concerts on a greens – Jun – August.

249. Celebrate internal Ohio wildlife during a overwhelming Perkins Wildlife Center Woods Garden during a Cleveland Museum of Natural History.

250. Spend a night pub- and bistro-hopping in a Flats East Bank, from Alley Cat to Punch Bowl Social, Flipside Burgers and some-more – and don’t skip a overwhelming boardwalk views.

251. Be a hometown traveller with a Gateway District’s 20th annual Walk Dine debate of illusory residential area sites (www.clevelandgatewaydistrict.com) in June.

252. Get in line for Memorial Mondays food lorry and live song events Jun by Sep during Fort Huntington Park.

253. Browse internal art in a beautiful environment during a Boston Mills Artfest, late Jun and early July.

254. Have a slice, or two, during a annual Pizza Fest during a Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds in June.

255. Sample Russian enlightenment – from pelmeni to vodka to dancing and some-more – during a annual Russian Festival during St. Sergius in July.

256. Spend a day during a Mentor Headlands beach.

257. Chill with a summer decoction and a extraordinary views on a square of Merwin’s Wharf on Merwin Avenue in a Flats.

258. Head downtown for a Fourth of Jul fireworks in a Flats.

259. Rock ‘n’ Boom on Jul 4 when a Great Lakes Science Center opens adult a rug of a Steamship William Mather for a observation party.

260. Have a 3D superhero night with “Spider-Man: Homecoming” Jul 7.

261. Look during a stars during a planetarium during a Lake Erie Nature and Science Center.

262. Sign adult your doctors-in-training for a kids Junior Medical Camp during a Cleveland Museum of Natural History this summer.

263. Dance in a streets when Ohio City Stages earnings in Jul with tellurian song artists outward a Transformer Station on West 29th Street.

264. Spend a spacious summer night on a Nautica Queen.

265. Honor a red, white and blue during a Cleveland Orchestra’s annual “Star Spangled Spectacular” during Public Square, early July.

266. Head easterly for the Coventry Village Summer Series, featuring weekly live music, and classical and blockbuster films in Coventry P.E.A.C.E Park during eve on Thursdays.

267. Share a honeyed , locally-sourced provide during a Mitchell’s Ice Cream.

268. Have a noirish night with a Beck Center’s 1940s-set “City of Angels,” Jul 7 – Aug. 13.

269. Get cunning with a excellent internal and inhabitant artisans during a 40th annual Cain Park Arts Festival, Jul 7 – 9.

270. Scare adult a some china shade thrills when “It,” formed on Stephen King’s best-seller, opens Sept. 8.

271. Dig in during a annual Taste of Tremont, Jul 16.

272. Hear a hills come alive to “The Sound of Music,” Jul 18 – 23 during Playhouse Square’s Connor Palace.

273. Show off your skills during a Coventry Village Sidewalk Sale and Pop Up Pinball Party in July.

274. Get your Irish on during a Jul 21- 23 Irish Cultural Festival during a Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds.

275. See what Brit bad-boy executive Guy Ritchie does with “King Arthur,” in area theaters Jul 22.

276. Help applaud Cleveland Metroparks 100th birthday by visiting one of a 18 reservations, 8 golf courses or a Zoo.

277. Relive a nostalgia of Euclid Beach Park during a Cleveland History Center on Euclid Beach Day Jul 22, with carousel rides, ice cream suggestive of a Euclid Beach Vanilla, a iconic Rocket Ship Car, Laughing Sal and more.

278. Make your summer a page-turner with a Cuyahoga County Public Library’s summer reading program.

279. Cool off with a deteriorate pass for a Cleveland Metroparks edge pool in Hinckley (clemetparks.com).

280. Raise a mop during a Great Lakes Burning River Fest, featuring drink and music, late summer.

281. Take a outing behind in time during Hale Farm and Village.

282. Take a debate of a A Christmas Story House and Museum – in July.

283. Celebrate your county and family honour during a annual Family Unity in a Park song and enlightenment festival during Luke Easter Park in July.

284. Race into a retro day during Akron’s annual All-American Soap Box Derby, a final week in July.

285. Visit Berlin on a tumble of a Wall with Charlize Theron when “The Coldest City” opens Jul 28.

286. Spend a Sunday in a park with Opera in a Italian Garden during Rockefeller Park, Jul 30.

287. Sip internal during a Vintage Ohio Festival, Lake Metroparks Farmpark, Kirtland, Aug. 4 and 5.

288. Get on a greens for a World Golf Championships, Bridgestone Invitational, Aug. 3 – 6 during Firestone Country Club, Akron.

289. Double your fun during a Twins Days Festival in Twinsburg, Aug. 4 – 6.

290. Party in a travel during a 12th annual Warehouse District Street Festival, Aug. 6.

291. Eat, urge and live during a 119th annual Little Italy Feast of a Assumption, Aug. 12-15.

292. Enjoy a night of “Birds, Beasts, Brats Beer” during a Cleveland Museum of Natural History party.

293. Meat adult during a National Hamburger Festival, Lock 3 Park, Aug. 12 and 13 in Akron.

294. Dress adult for Bruno Mars 24K Magic World Tour during The Q, Aug. 15.

295. Move to “Motown a Musical,” Aug. 15 – 20 during Playhouse Square’s Connor Palace.

296. Make it a night of selling and Asian food when a renouned Night Market earnings to Rockwell Avenue this summer.

297. Take a spin on a Ferris circle and see a cherished animals and veggies during a 121thCuyahoga County Fair, Aug 7 – 13.

298. Sweeten any day during East Coast Original Frozen Custard.

299. Spend a night with Coldplay, Aug. 19 during The Q.

300. Pay a Christmas revisit to Castle Noel in Medina, a holiday museum where it’s always Dec. 25.

301. Celebrate different Cleveland during a annual Puerto Rican Parade and Festival in Aug in downtown Cleveland.

302. Top off a work day with a Goodtime III cruise.

303. Get into a front chair for a retro night during a 1960s-era Aut-O-Rama Twin Drive-in Theatre in North Ridgeville.

304. Slide into fun during Preston’s H.O.P.E., a all-abilities stadium during a Mandel Jewish Community Center of Cleveland in Beachwood.

305. Relive a easier time during a internal icon, with an “original Euclid Beach Park strawberry custard” during Sandy’s Frozen Whip in Cleveland.

306. Take a backstage debate during Playhouse Square on name Saturdays.

307. Try a fender boats during Swings-N-Things in Olmsted Falls.

308. Spend a classical night with a Cleveland Orchestra underneath a stars during Blossom Music Center.

309. Party in a park with Cleveland Cultural Gardens 101st birthday and One World Day jubilee in August.

310. Sniff a aroma during a annual North Union’s Garlic Festival, Aug. 26 and 27 in Shaker Square.

311. Look adult during a Cleveland National Air Show, Labor Day weekend during Burke Lakefront Airport.

312. Go retro with a Americana of a Labor Day weekend Great Geauga County Fair in Burton.

313. Raise a stein to summer during a 13th annual Labor Day Oktoberfest during a Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds.

314. Indulge in one of their famous zeppole during St. Rocco’s 103rd annual festival, Labor Day weekend.

315. Head 50 years behind in time and 50 miles easterly to a kitschy frame in Geneva-on-the-Lake on Labor Day weekend: burger joints, ice cream stands, mini golf, arcades and more.

316. Take a float with “My Little Pony”when a film of a same name opens Oct. 6.

317. Shop aged propagandize during a Colonial Yankee Peddler humanities and crafts fest in Canal Fulton in September.

318. Learn some-more about internal story when a Cleveland History Centers exhbit on Carl and Louis Stokes opens late-September.

319. Spin your wheels during a fourth annual NEOCycle civic cycling and lifestyle festival, during Edgewater Park, Sept. 8 – 10.

320. Have a good time for a good means during Cleveland Public Theatre’s Pandemonium party-of-the-year, Sept. 9.

321. Celebrate Cleveland’s Asian enlightenment during a Dragon Boat Festival, late Sep during a Nautica Entertainment Complex.

322 Get on a art train for Sparx City Hop trolley tours, late September.

323. Spend a day in one of Cleveland’s many colourful neighborhoods during a Sep Tremont Arts + Culture Fest, Sept. 16 and 17.

324. Raise a potion during Nature’s Brew Beer Tasting, Sept. 16, Holden Arboretum’s renouned outside drink tasting featuring local, domestic and general beers.

325. Support your four-legged friends during a Cleveland APL’s annual Fur Ball, late fall.

326. Head west for a second annual Lorain FireFish festival of humanities and culture, mid-September.

327. Pick adult some fun during a Johnny Appleseed Festival during Mapleside Farm in Brunswick, September.

328. Give your budding Picasso something to marker about during a Cleveland Museum of Art’s annual Chalk Festival, Sept. 17 and 18.

329. Take a punch out of tumble with Mapleside Farms’ annual Johnny Appleseed Festival in Brunswick, in September.

330. See a inventive talents on arrangement during Cleveland IngenuityFest, fall.

331. Raise a passed with a zombie paintball shoot-out during Mapleside Farms in Sep and October.

332. Shop for works of some-more than 120 internal artisans during one of a oldest markets in Ohio, a 50th Annual Ohio Mart during Akron’s Stan Hywet Hall, Oct. 5-8.

333. Expand your horizons and ambience buds during a Armenian Food Festival and Bazaar in Oct during St. Gregory of Narek Armenian Church.

334. Revisit a destiny when a new “Blade Runner” with Harrison Ford and Ryan Gosling opens Oct. 6.

335. Dress adult your tiny monsters for Holden Arboretum’s Goblins in a Garden, Oct. 7 and 8: trick-or-treating, root trails, cornstalk maze, straw pyramid climb, face- and hand-painting, car rides and normal Scarecrow Row.

336. Watch la dolce vita during a Cleveland Italian Film Festival in Sep and October.

337. Check out a talent during a Chagrin Falls Documentary Film Festival, late fall.

338. Scream for a rides and ghouls during a HalloWeekend during Cedar Point.

339. Go “Boo during a Zoo” during a renouned annual Halloween deteriorate eventuality in October.

340. Butter adult during a annual Burton Apple Butter Festival in October.

341. Scream during a shade for a Capitol Theatre’s “12 Hours of Terror,” Oct. 21.

342. Have a scoop of fun on a tumble hayride during a Metroparks Chalet in Strongsville.

343. Scare adult cinematic Halloween thrills in Akron during a Nightlight’s annual Oct fear series.

344. Do a downy brag a dear Woollybear Festival in Vermilion in October.

345. Take a tots to Trick-or-Treat Street during a I-X Center in October.

346. Dress adult your tiny ghosts and goblins to play in a Hershey Children’s Garden during a Cleveland Botanical Garden’s annual Bootanical Bash.

347. Get picky with your possess apples during Patterson Fruit Farm in Chesterland.

348. Hoot like an owl for a Halloween provide during a Cleveland Museum of Natural History’s “Owls Howls” jubilee in October.

349. Take a float with a “Justice League” when a superhero superfilm with Brue Wayne opens Nov. 17.

350. Celebrate a Western Reserve Historical Society’s 150th birthday when their permanent Cleveland Starts Here vaunt opens in November.

351. Look for clues when Kenneth Branagh brings Agatha Christie’s classical “Murder on a Orient Express” to a large shade Nov. 22.

352. Get into a holiday Glow during a Cleveland Botanical Garden’s annual uncover of lights, trees and gingerbread houses, commencement Nov. 24.

353. Spend a juicy day during a annual Fabulous Food Show, Nov during a I-X Center.

354. Pay a Christmas revisit to Castle Noel in Medina, a holiday museum where it’s always Dec. 25.

355. Dig into anniversary scholarship with a Great Lakes Science Center’s Turkey Tech events Thanksgiving week.

356. Deck a halls with Stan Hywet Hall’s annual Holiday spectacular, Nov. 24 – Dec. 30.

357. Get a golden sheet for a Polar Express, Cuyahoga Valley National Railroad, Nov and December.

358. Support tiny businesses on Black Friday during a annual Larchmere Holiday Stroll.

359. Have some holiday hearten during a annual Winter Wine and Ale Fest, Nov. 25 downtown.

360. Have a really happy Winterfest during a giveaway open jubilee and tree lighting imprinting a commencement of a holiday deteriorate during Playhouse Square, Nov. 25.

361. Open your ears to a sorcery of a Cleveland Orchestra Holiday Festival in December, from Handel to ho-ho-ho.

362. Welcome winter during a Cleveland Museum of Art’s Winter Lights Lantern Festival/Holiday CircleFest, Dec. 3.

363. Shop Italian-style during a annual Little Italy Dec Art Walk.

364. Watch a big walleye drop on New Year’s Eve in Port Clinton: 20 feet and 600 pounds of papier-mache.

365. Ring in Noon Year’s Eve during a Metroparks Zoo on Dec. 31.

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