There will be no GeekCLE Trivia this week – we will be back at it next Monday!
The Cleveland Drink and Draw Social Club will be meeting at Great Lakes Brewing Company in Ohio City. This is open to artists and drinkers of all skill levels, but it is first and foremost a social club and therefore open to any of Cleveland’s creatives. Visual artist or not, the event is a celebration of all facets of the local arts culture. The meet up is free and sponsored by Carol and John’s comic shop. Comics will be given away for the best drawings.
New comics day! Head over to you local comic shop to pick up this week’s titles.
As it goes every Wednesday at 5 – 10p, the Cleveland Museum of Natural History invites you to Think & Drink with the Extinct. Visit the dinosaurs for some mid-week recreation. Gather up your friends or bring a date to experience the Museum after hours with light hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar. Enjoy the observatory if it’s a clear night or see the stars during a show in the Shafran Planetarium. Don’t miss the blockbuster exhibition, Nature’s Mating Games: Beyond the Birds & the Bees while you’re there.
Students in grades 6 – 12 are welcomed to the Chagrin Falls Branch Library to enjoy an evening of open play on the Wii. Play Wii Sports, Super Smash Bros. Brawl and more!
The universe is getting bigger faster. This is not a good situation for people on earth, one day soon all of the other galaxies will disappear and life as we know it will end. Glenn Starkman Professor of Physics and Astronomy at Case Western Reserve University will discuss the future of the universe and its inhabitants at the Cleveland Astronomical Society meeting taking place at the Ohio & Erie Canal Reservation Canal Way Center.
The Beck Center for the Arts will be performing Carrie: The Musical, with shows on Friday, Saturday and Sunday. Based on Stephen King’s bestselling novel, the musical version of Carrie hasn’t been seen on stage since its legendary 1988 Broadway production. The show’s original writer and the Academy Award-winning team of Michael Gore and Dean Pitchford have reworked and re-imagined this haunting tale.
Cleveland Cinemas presents The Princess Bride at Apollo Theater in Oberlin at midnight. An epic adventure filled with fencing, fighting, giants, monsters, miracles, and true love.
Doug Kusak introduces you to the realm of Questing. Using rhyming clues, riddles, hand-drawn maps, and your wits, you will find a hidden treasure while discovering a sense of place. Takes place at the Ohio & Erie Canal Reservation Canal Way Center.
The Children’s Museum of Cleveland invites families to come play games. Family Game Time will give you a chance to show your fun side with family friendly board, movement and card games. Learn how to play new games and rediscover some old favorites!
The Chagrin Falls Library invites you to their “In a Galaxy, Far Far Away…” Star Wars Celebration. Join them for Star Wars games, a craft, and light saber pretzels. Come dressed as your favorite character and get your picture with costumed members of the Great Lakes Rebel Legion.
The Negative Space Gallery & Studio will be hosting a live reading of the Trace Beaulieu (MTS3K/Cinematic Titanic) authored and Len Peralta (Cleveland based Illustrator behind Geek-A-Week) illustrated book Silly Rhymes for Belligerent Children (A Yucky Big Book of Rainy Day Fun for Belligerent Children & Odd Adults With Nothing Better To Do). $10 bucks gets you through the door.
Cleveland Cinemas will be showing their monthly feature, The Room, at the Cedar Lee Theater. A black comedy about love, passion, betrayal and lies. You’re tearing me apart, Lisa.
What’s in the sky tonight? The Geauga Park District invites you every Sunday afternoon for a planetarium presentation on what to watch for each week.
What are you doing this week?