Please join us at the Columbia Alumni Association of Cleveland 2017 Holiday Party!
Let your inner artist loose while you mix & mingle with fellow Columbia Alumni in the historic and beautifully renovated Cleveland Trust Rotunda Building
Thursday, 12/7/17 from 6:30pm-8:30pm
Heinen's Downtown Cleveland
900 Euclid Ave, Cleveland, OH 44115
(on the Corner of East 9th Street & Euclid Avenue)
$20 – Enjoy wine tasting and snacks (You will receive your own pre-loaded wine sampling card)
$35 – Enjoy painting as well. Make a great souvenir. Fee includes: All painting supplies.
Create your own design and receive instruction by a local artist supplied by Pinot's Palette
Additional hot appetizers and wine samples are available for purchase.
There are several parking garages in the area. Free street parking may also be available in the area.
All Guests Are Welcome
About Pinot's Palette
Pinot's Palette is a national franchise providing paint and sip parties in their own studio space or at a venue of your choice: https://www.pinotspalette.com/locations
About The Cleveland Trust Rotunda Building
Explore the history and architechture of the Cleveland Trust Rotunda Building at:
Join other Columbia Alumni for Dinner and an evening of Mendelssohn's Scottish and other music at Severance Hall!
When & What:
Friday, November 10th
6:30pm: Dinner before the concert in the Severance Restaurant. We will have a table reserved for the "Columbia Alumni Association" and you can purchase food and beverages.
8:00pm: The concert begins.
Cost & Purchase/RSVP:
Concert Tickets: $25 per person for seats in the balcony. This is a 20% discount. Columbia Alumni Association of Cleveland will purchase your tickets which will be held at the box office in your name.
Please Pay/RSVP by October 28
11001 Euclid Ave
Cleveland, OH 44106
If you already have tickets or prefer to sit elsewhere, you are welcome to join us in the Severance Restaurant.
You can park at Severance Hall for $11 cash the day of the concert. If you wish to purchase parking in advance, you can do so here for $15: https://www.clevelandorchestra.com/Plan-Your-Visit/Directions--Parking/Parking-at-Severance-Hall/
There are options to park on the street if you can find a spot, and there are some other lots nearby, as well.
Additional Concert Information
Experience the rugged Scottish highlands. The Scottish landscape is some of the world’s most dramatic: craggy mountain ranges dotted with freshwater lochs and serene glens. Its wild, rugged beauty inspired Mendelssohn to write this symphony, filled with atmospheric melodies and intense rhythms. Plus — enjoy a charming Haydn symphony and Italian fireworks from Vivaldi.
At a Glance
VIVALDI - Violin Concerto ("Il Favorito")
HAYDN - Symphony No. 88
MENDELSSOHN - Symphony No. 3 ("Scottish")
Join Us For A Special Columbia Alumni Event
Hear Dan Ruminski, Cleveland's Storyteller, tell one of his memorable 1-hour stories about Cleveland's Pioneers.
More information about his stories can be found here: http://www.clevelandhistorylessons.com/stories/cleveland-pioneers.html
$10 Per Person (Includes Light Refreshments)
Space is limited to the first 25 Participants.
Sunday, September 10th
1:30pm: Doors open for light refreshments and you may tour of the historic Katewood Estate (if you wish)
2pm-3pm: Hear the Cleveland Storyteller share entertaining stories about Cleveland's History
The Katewood Estate
9511 Lakeshore Boulevard
Bratenahl, OH 44108
About The Katewood Estate
Katewood, historically owned by the Holden family known for their horticultural interests and as the founders of the Holden Arboretum, is a Country Place era estate designed by A.D. Taylor.