Posts Tagged ‘whiskey island’

Labor Day weekend at Whiskey Island

Rock out during the holiday weekend at Whiskey Island Still & Eatery. The restaurant overlooking Lake Erie has a marina and a full line-up of bands, from Thursday through Monday. It’s one of the best spots in town to watch the sun set. Here’s the lineup. Thursday 6-10 p.m.: Diamond Dogs, David Bowie Tribute Band…

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Wendy Park Beach BBQ Party

Grab some grub and enjoy  summer at the Wendy Park Beach BBQ Party sponsored by Whiskey Island Still & Eatery. The $20 entry includes a choice of barbecue chicken, pork or brisket served with baked beans or coleslaw, pop and water.  A cash beer bar and a children’s menu is available.  Beach vibes will be…

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Whiskey Island Stand Up Paddlefest

The fifth annual Whiskey Island Paddlefest is a partnership of Cleveland Metroparks, Ultra Missions, the Foundry and Nalu SUP and Surf. Grab your stand-up paddleboard and register for the 6 mile elite race (3 laps), 2 mile challenge (1 lap), or a short kid’s dynamic course. Beginners and advanced paddlers are welcome. A limited number…

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Wendy Park Wednesdays

Want to try kayaking or stand-up paddleboarding this summer? Cleveland Metroparks is offering Try It sessions and tours off Whiskey Island. Beginner guests can experience kayaking and stand up paddleboarding during one-hour “Try-It” sessions near shore while more experienced paddlers can enjoy kayaking and stand up paddleboarding tours inside the inner harbor under the guidance…

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Whiskey Island adds Thursday bands for Whiskey Island Live

Get pumped to rock out Thursday nights, as Whiskey Island Still & Eatery presents Whiskey Island Live, a brand-new line-up of bands on Lake Erie, just east of the Cleveland Metroparks’ massive Edgewater Live. Whiskey Island Manager Tim Poole says the simultaneous series could alleviate parking headaches at Edgewater Park, by diverting some visitors to…

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Hunting for snowy owls on Lake Erie

Have you spotted a snowy owl yet? The birds have drawn hundreds of Ohioans to Lake Erie parks, hoping to see the majestic white-and-gray fluffballs perching on piers or break walls this winter. Some lucky birders have counted 10 in one day in the Cleveland harbor. The boom is scientists call an “irruption,” or a…

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