Hear Lakeside Chautauqua’s new conductor, Daniel Meyer, lead the Lakeside Symphony Orchestra in its 56th summer. The fresh three-week season includes a pops concert, an array of featured soloists, youth concerts, pre-concert talks and more.  The performances are: Wednesday, July 31: This show will feature violinist Jinjoo Cho, a native of Seoul, South Korea, who…

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This new festival celebrates food and music in front of the historic Hotel Lakeside, with views of Lake Erie.  The festival showcases the music of Colin Dussault’s Blues Project and Sean Carney, and invites guests to sample delicious BBQ favorites and participate in park games, such as Gaga Ball, sand volleyball and field day games.…

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Hear Lakeside Chautauqua’s new conductor, Daniel Meyer, lead the Lakeside Symphony Orchestra in its 56th summer. The fresh three-week season includes a pops concert, an array of featured soloists, youth concerts, pre-concert talks and more.  The performances are: Wednesday, July 31: This show will feature violinist Jinjoo Cho, a native of Seoul, South Korea, who…

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Art ties the summer — and families — together at Lakeside Chautauqua. Classes include painting, dancing, music and more for all ages, at just about any time of day. You can even make soap to take home for Christmas gifts. See how you can get involved at the private community on Lake Erie, with the…

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Brought to you by Lakeside Chautauqua and rockthelake.com Music is magic you can get lost in, says new Lakewood Symphony Orchestra Conductor Daniel Meyer. In this world of YouTube clips and 30-second commercials clamoring for attention, “You can lose track of time. You can unplug and disconnect when you get completely engrossed in a piece…

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CLEVELAND, Ohio – Making summer plans? Shooters on the Water announced its line-up of events, from Memorial Day to September. So mark your calendar for a few drinks, some sunshine and music on the West Bank of the Flats. Shooters opened in 1987, luring Clevelanders to the banks of the Cuyahoga for a taste of…

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Lakeside Chautauqua was wowed by six guest conductors during the 2018 season. Now the private community on the shores of Lake Erie has chosen Pittsburgh Symphony Orchestra conductor Daniel Meyer to lead its Symphony Orchestra. Read the full story at cleveland.com.

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Dancing at the Docks, hosted by the Vermilion Port Authority, is filled with music, friendship and the wonderful sounds of the Swing City Big Big Band. Bring a chair or your dancing shoes and some refreshments and a night outdoors along the Vermilion River — uniquely Vermilion.

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Main Street Vermilion partners with Ritter Public Library to celebrate their Centennial Anniversary at the third annual Chalk It Up. Starting at noon, watch as the roads and walks along Main Street begin filling up with bright chalk drawings created by local artistic talent. Enjoy some family and kid-friendly interactive opportunities, too as you watch…

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Cleveland Metroparks will showcase local food, beverages, arts, and music with the first-ever Taste on the Lake at Edgewater Park. For $20, you get one beverage ticket and one food ticket, to taste samples from restaurants, including Bloom Bakery, Market Garden, Merwin’s Wharf, Toast and Tremont Taphouse. Additional samples will be $3 to $5. About…

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