Daylight Saving Time starts this weekend—a perfect time for Canalway Partners' first-ever Towpath Trail Lantern Parade. Make you own lantern from recycled or upcycled materials and battery-powered light and come join the celebration.
Creative organizations around Northeast Ohio are using a postcard campaign to lobby City Council to allocate just 2% of Cleveland's $511 million American Rescue Plan Act money to revitalize the region's arts, entertainment, and culture entities hit hard by the pandemic.
Brite Winter, the annual arts and music festival. returns to live programming this Saturday with a chance to cure the winter blues and celebrate the event's 13th year of bringing low-cost and accessible events to the city.
It's February, and by this time of the year most people have given up on their new year's resolutions. The YMCA of Greater Cleveland wants to help people keep those resolutions to develop healthy habits—and win prizes—with its fun, interactive RESET Challenge.
In preparation for it's annual DayGloSho—works of 40 regional and national artists using pigments made by Cleveland-based DayGlo Color Corp.—Waterloo Arts has created DayGloLAB for experimentation and hands-on activities with the medium.
FreshWater writers (and sports fans) Douglas J. Guth and Dana Shugrue look forward to the NBA All-Star Game coming to Cleveland in February and what the Cavaliers, Browns, and Guardians have in store for fans in the new year.