Check out the 10th Annual Ohio Pinball Show in Cuyahoga Falls. There will be over 125 pinball, arcade, and slot machines on free play, lots of vendors, Ohio Wizard Tournaments Open and Pinmaster Divisions with cash prizes, and a vist from Designer and Artist Python Angehlo.
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.
Want to brainstorm or ask questions of other developers? Want to turn up you headphones and code without family distractions? Maybe look for opportunities to collaborate, pair-program or share your latest prototype? Join the Cleveland Game Developers’ casual “Excuse To Code” monthly meetup event.
Kids and parents can engage in the Great Lake Science Center’s favorite activity, Super Science Saturday! This week you can make a backyard bird feeder and identify how different beaks collect specific types of food.
The Staff & Friends of Cleveland ConCoction would like to invite you out for a day of fun & games to beat the winter blues at their Midwinter Gaming event, a fundraiser for their upcoming Convention as well as a benefit for the Cleveland Food Bank. You can expect tabletop gaming, a bake sale (!!), and 50/50 & prize basket drawings.
Cleveland Cinemas presents Little Shop of Horrors at midnight at the Cedar Lee Theater. A comedy, a love story and a cult classic starring a giant singing plant from outer space – what else could it be but Little Shop Of Horrors? The 1986 film has a surprisingly complex history. It began as a short story, then became a low-budget film, before turning into an Off-Broadway play, when finally Frank Oz and his team created this quirky, dark screen version. This newly restored director’s cut DCP includes the film’s original ending.
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 weekend?