If this past weekend is any indication of what weather is to come, I can tell you that fall and summer are going to battle it out in Cleveland over the next month. I think we have a few more weekends of beach weather to soak up all the sun before the snowmageddons hit in December.
But you can come for me, Jon Snow! I’m stocked with new snow boots and two stylish new coats because I have a thing for a structured blazer, coat or peacoat. (Yes, there is a difference to me.)
Pose Cleveland Opens – Downtown Clevelanders are throwing both hands up with the opening of this hot yoga studio in the Bingham Building on W. 9th st. There will be drinks, appetizers and music by DJ MisterBradleyP with a FREE class.
When: Friday, September 18th, at 6 p.m. to 7 p.m.
Night Market Cleveland – I’m so happy that I will finally be able to make it to this event in Asia Town. There will be vendors galore with trinkets to buy and food and beverages to drink throughout the night.
When: Friday, September 25th, 5:00 p.m. to 11 p.m. at Rockwell and East 21st
Ohio City Street Festival – Love this neighborhood? Then don’t miss this festival filled with food, brews and everything in between with two beer gardens from Great Lakes Brewing Company, Platform Beer Co and Market Garden Brewery. The WSM will be open (yep, that’s right) as well as a dunking booth and Mitchell’s Ice Cream eating contest. (Sidenote: You MUST try the vegan caramel ice cream. DELICIOUS.
When: Sunday, September 27th, 11:00 a.m. to 7 p.m.
Hullabaloo Rooftop Soiree Preview Party – Valerie Mayen is at again with her designs and throwing her annual party to show them off in a great location in Battery Park. Purchase your $10 tickets here.
When: Thursday, September 17th, at 6:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. at the Shoreway Lofts
Cocktail Muse – This event is just barely in October so it’s worth including so we don’t forget to have plans the first weekend in October. Have you been to Uptown lately? You need to and see all the updates this little neighborhood has gone through in the last two years.
I say let’s enjoy some 1960’s inspired cocktails and get in touch with our inner Twiggy. You don’t have to dress in 1960’s attire but why the hell not?! (Did this era love sequins? I feel like they did…) Tickets are $30 each, which includes drink tickets along with complimentary food served and the option to sign up your friends for an hour of free bowling.
When: Friday, October 2, at The Corner Alley Uptown University Circle
Where will you be headed this September?
(This post was originally published last week on Confessions of a CLE Habitant and has been updated for use here.)