Tuesday, July 25th, 2017

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JULY

 

Saturday, July 22…The Hamptons — Butterfly Gala, to benefit Stewart’s Caring Place, 6:30 p.m. at private home in Akron. Tickets start at $195.Dressy Casual attire, comfortable shoes. Visit StewartsCaringPlace.org.

Saturday, July 22…Opening Doors, to benefit Magnolia Clubhouse, 6:30 p.m. at Magnolia Clubhouse, 11101 Magnolia Dr., University Circle, Cleveland. Libations and hearty hors d’oeuvres, tour Magnolia Clubhouse’s two beautiful homes, music by pianists Edward Bricker and Arthur Rotnov and the Magnolia Clubhouse Shop will be open and stocked with treasures. Valet parking. Cocktail Casual attire. Tickets are $100. Call 216.721.3030, ext. 153 or visit magnoliaclubhouse.org.

Thursday, July 27…Summer Soiree to benefit Kidney Foundation, 6 p.m. at Music Box Supper Club. Raffles, silent auction, live entertainment, cash bar. Tickets are $100 for VIP (includes small plate and wine pairings, valet parking and 20 auction raffle tickets), and $80 per person (includes small plate and wine pairings and parking). Call 216.771.2700 or visit kfohio.org.

Friday, July 28…Army of Believers Scholarship Luncheon, to benefit Cleveland Metropolitan School District, 11:30 a.m. at Renaissance Cleveland Hotel, Cleveland. For more information, call 216.838.0029 or email AOB@ClevelandMetroSchools.org.

Saturday, July 29…Together We Make a Family, to benefit University Hospitals Partnership for Families, 7 p.m. at The Country Club, Pepper Pike. A summer soiree featuring dinner, dancing and more. Tickets are $250. For more information, call 216.844.0413, email Jeanne.mcmahon@uhhospitals.org or visit uhgiving.org/partnershipforfamilies.

Sunday, July 30…Artsyism, to benefit Northeast Ohio Autism Speaks and the Hue Jackson Foundation, in the beautiful backyard garden of interior designer Donald Bingham Schmitt at 1579 Compton Rd., Cleveland Heights. VIP Brunch and preview from 10 a.m. to noon ($40) to benefit the Hue Jackson Foundation, which supports efforts to combat victimization in Cleveland. Purchase tickets at artsyism.eventbrite.com. Free general admission begins at noon (until 4 p.m.) to benefit Northeast Ohio Autism Speaks. Some of Cleveland’s most creative artists will sell their work, including jewelry, art, textiles, crafts and vintage finds. There will be live music, food, including a farm stand with produce, and fashions by Juma. Twenty percent of everything purchased will benefit Northeast Ohio Autism Speaks. Parking is available on Compton Rd. and the event will be held rain or shine. For more information, visit the Artsyism 2017 Facebook page, donaldbinghamschmitt.com and artsyism.eventbrite.com.

 

AUGUST

 

Friday, Aug. 4, Six Courses for a Cure, to benefit The Meredith A. Cowden Foundation, at Fairlawn Country Club, Akron. Sit down for dinner, stand up against Leukemia. Call 330.864.1978 or visit sixcoursesforacure.com.

Saturday, Aug. 5…Encore!, to benefit Cleveland International Piano Competition, 6 p.m. at InterContinental Hotel, Cleveland. Cocktails and raffle, performances by CIPC Medalists, Dinner, Musical Celebration. Cocktail attire. Tickets start at $250. Call 216.707.5397 or visit clevelandpiano.org.

Tuesday, Aug. 15…Night at the Shoreby, to benefit Cleveland Kids in Need Resource Center, a program of Shoes and Clothes for Kids, 5:30 p.m. at Shoreby Club, Bratenahl. Support of this event will serve teachers and students at more than 250 schools in Cuyahoga County with new school supplies and books they need. Tickets are $125.Call 216.361.0840 or email tammi@clevelandkidsinneed.org.

Friday, Aug. 18…Bites, Booze & Boogie, to benefit H.E.L.P., 6:30 p.m. at Flats East Bank. Event to kick-off Flats Festival of the Arts taking place Aug. 19-20 at Flats East Bank. Bites, Booze & Boogie will appeal to foodies who love hand-crafted cocktails and a wide-open dance floor under the stars. Live music from Faction and DJ Impure, samplings of fine wine, cocktails and cuisine from more than 30 of Cleveland’s top local restaurants that continue to play a role in the ongoing Flats East Bank revitalization. Tickets are $200. To purchase tickets, call 216.694.2010 or visit helpchildren.org.

Friday, Aug. 18…Rhapsody in Zoo, to benefit Cleveland POPS Orchestra, 6 p.m. at Stillwater Place, Cleveland Metroparks Zoo. Hors d’oeuvres, dinner, silent auction, entertainment, grand dance music provided by maestro Carl Topilow and the world-renowned Cleveland POPS. Shuttles to and from the venue are available in the parking lot across from the zoo’s main gate. Gatsby-era attire is appreciated. Black Tie (or White Dinner Jacket) Optional. Tickets are $250 per person. Call 216.765.7677 or visit clevelandpops.com.

Saturday, Aug. 19…HomeGrown Under the Dome, to benefit Geauga Growth Partnership’s HomeGrown Geauga, 5:30 p.m. at ASM International, Russell Twp. Celebrate the people, produce, products and places of Geauga County during this giant garden party featuring music by No Moss, guest restaurants and chefs, ASM Tours “Beyond the Dome,” event painter Jacqueline DelBrocco, Jasmine Dragons Aerial performers, Virtual Reality journey “Under the Dome,” silent auction and raffle. Tickets are $125. Call 440.564.1060 or visit geaugagrowth.com.

Thursday, Aug. 24…Diamonds are Forever Ladies Night Out, to benefit Dominic’s Dream, 6:30 p.m. at Mayfield Country Club. Cocktails, light dinner, raffle and style show of fashions by Toni In Style of Chagrin Falls. For more information, call 216.593.0910 or email dominicsdreamevents@gmail.com.

Saturday, Aug. 26…Nature’s Night Out, to benefit Lake Erie Nature & Science Center, 7 p.m. at Lake Erie Nature & Science Center. Guests will enjoy a strolling dinner, live 1920s-style jazz, a silent auction, signature cocktails and locally brewed beer provided by Sibling Revelry. The Center’s planetarium and animal ambassadors will be highlighted throughout the evening. Dressy casual attire. Tickets start at $85, VIP tickets available. Email kateh@lensc.org or call 440.871.2900.

Saturday, Aug. 26…Rainbow Jumper Challenge, a thrilling equestrian jumping competition to benefit University Hospitals Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital Circle of Friends, at The Chagrin Valley Hunt Club. A thrilling equestrian jumping competition and exhibition. Cocktails, dinner and dancing. Calcutta-style fundraiser. Country Club casual attire – dress appropriately for outdoor portion of the event. Call 216.844.0417.

 

SEPTEMBER

 

Wednesday, Sept. 6…Red Wagon Luncheon, to benefit Christ Child Society of Cleveland, at Landerhaven. 9:30AM boutique opens. Lunch at noon with fashion show presented by Toni In Style. Tickets $50. Call 216.939.3859 or email chrishtchildcleveland@yahoo.com.

Saturday, Sept. 9…Band Aid Bash 2017 Around The World, to benefit Medwish International, at the NEW Medwish Warehouse located at E. 31st Street, Cleveland. Entertainment, a lounge style reception with hors d’ oeuvres, food stations, an open bar, a silent auction, gifts, and much more. Medwish will be presenting the “Medwish Community Impact Award” to longtime supporter Sherwin-Williams. For more information, call 216.692.1685.

Saturday, Sept. 9…Pandemonium 2017: Unleash, to benefit Cleveland Public Theatre, 7 p.m. at Cleveland Public Theatre’s campus. Theatre, dance, visual art and performance, local food and complimentary drinks. Tickets are $165. Call 216.631.2727, ext. 213 or email channon@cptonline.org.

Thursday, Sept. 14…Celebration of Caring to benefit North Coast Health, 6 p.m. at The Emerald Event Center at Residence Inn Marriott, Avon. Gourmet dinner, live music, partner award presentations and exciting live and silent auctions. Single tickets are $150 and event sponsorships available starting at $500. For more information, call 216.228.7878, ext. 114, email ktownsend@northcoasthealth.org or visit northcoasthealth.org.

Thursday, Sept. 14…Opening Night Preview, presented by the Print Club of Cleveland to benefit the Department of Prints of the Cleveland Museum of Art, 6 p.m. in the Ames Family Atrium, Cleveland Museum of Art. Tickets are $100 and are nonrefundable. For more information or reservations, call 216.707.2669. The Print Fair is open to the public and runs from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, Sept. 15 and Saturday, Sept. 16 in the Ames Family Atrium, Cleveland Museum of Art. Admission is free.

Thursday, Sept. 14…Chagrin Valley Community Builders Award, to benefit Chagrin River Watershed Partners, 7 p.m. Co-recipients are Tom and Jo Ann Neff. Event to feature hors d’oeuvres, wine, beer, desserts and coffee, door prizes, 50/50 raffle, Chinese and silent auction, award presentation. Cocktail attire. Tickets are $95 for single, $175 for two. Call 440.669.4784 or visit ggmason.com/cvcba.

Friday Sept. 15…Spellbound, to benefit Cleveland Hearing and Speech Center, at Landerhaven. Gala to feature motivational speaker Michael Hingson, a survivor of the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Michael and his guide dog Roselle traveled down 78 floors to safety. For more information, visit chsc.org.

Saturday, Sept. 16…Chefs Unbridled, to benefit Fieldstone Farm Therapeutic Riding Center, 6 p.m. at Chagrin Valley Hunt Club Polo Field, Gates Mills. A tasting dinner with 10 of Cleveland’s top chefs led by Chefs Scott Kuhn and Chris Hodgson of Driftwood Restaurant Group. Live music and new surprises. Call 440.708.0013, ext. 123 or email mfoster@fieldstonefarmtrc.com.

Saturday, Sept. 16…1896 and … A Hot Time in the Old Town Tonight, to benefit Chagrin Falls Historical Society, 6 p.m. at the Federated Family Life Center. Dinner and dance with the Sophisticated Swing 18-piece band with vocals performing, silent auction, 50/50 raffle and more. Tickets are $125 for members, $150 for non-members. Call 440.247.4695 or email chaghist@gmail.com.

Sunday, Sept. 17…Brunch Concert Auction, to benefit M.U.S.i.C., 12:15 p.m. at Beechmont Country Club. Visit starsintheclassics.org.

Sunday, Sept. 24…Pure Imagination Benefit Brunch and Auction, to benefit Seeds of Literacy Sowing Seeds of Hope, 11 a.m. at Windows on the River, Cleveland. Savory brunch, amazing auctions, inspiring speakers. Call 216.551.7950, ext. 110.

 

OCTOBER

Friday, Oct. 6…Celebrate, to benefit LifeAct, 6:30 p.m. at Lago on the East Bank, 1091 W. 10th St., Cleveland. A festive evening toasting 25 years of saving lives, honoring the legacy of LifeAct’s founder, Lyman H. “Tim” Treadway. Visit lifeact.org.

Saturday, Oct. 14, Adventure Back in Time to Old Hollywood, to benefit A Kid Again, 6 p.m. at Cleveland Renaissance Hotel. Visit akidagain.org/BIT2017.

Saturday, Oct. 14…Glitz, to benefit Lake Health Foundation, at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, Cleveland.

Saturday, Oct. 14…Puttin’ On The Ritz, A Celebration of Old Hollywood, to benefit United Cerebral Palsy.

Saturday, Oct. 14…Wine Women & Shoes to benefit the Ronald McDonald House of Cleveland, 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Renaissance Cleveland. Sip wines from vintner partners. Feel fabulous from the moment you walk in the door until the time you leave with our charming Shoe Guys. See the latest fashions on the runway with a show by Toni in Style and enjoy an exclusive boutique shopping experience. General Admission is $125. VIP Admission is $200 includes premier seating, a selection of wines served at the table by a designated Shoe Guy, and a VIP swag bag. Visitwinewomenandshoes.com/Cleveland.

Saturday, Oct. 20…Sparkle, to benefit Greater Cleveland Volunteers, 6:30 p.m. at Sterle’s Country House, 1401 E. 55th St., Cleveland. Appetizers, cocktails – featuring craft beers from Goldhorn Brewery, and homemade hearty dinner offerings from Chef Natasha Pogrebinsky. David F. Leahy Award for Volunteer Excellence and Community Partner Award to be presented. Silent auction and other interactive activities. Tickets are $125. Visit greaterclevelandvolunteers.org/support.

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