January & February Campus District Events

Looking for fun things to do around the Campus District? Check out our list of upcoming events!

Now through January 31

Donate to Campaign Cover Me

Campaign Cover Me is Operation StandUP's annual winter supply drive held in an effort to collect and distribute items to the homeless community during seasons of adverse weather.

We seek donations of hats, gloves, socks, and light blankets. These are items that can be easily layered, carried, stored, and cleaned - all critical aspects when you are a member of the homeless community.

Arrangements can be made for pick up by calling (216) 282-5822 or sending an email to info@standup4change.org. Find out more at  www.standup4change.org.


Now through January 31

"Before I Die" Public Art Project

Before I Die is a global public art project that invites people to reflect on their lives and share their personal aspirations in public space. For more details and to find out how to take part, visit www.cpl.org or contact the main library at 216-623-2800.


Cleveland Public Library, Main Branch

325 Superior Avenue

Lower Level between Main Library and Louis Stokes Wing

January 8

iCleveland: Winter Edition

11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Make connections at the CSU student center! Network with local leaders, tour downtown, and find out about internship/job opportunities. For more information contact Jill Pecoraro at 216-592-2226 or jpecoraro@cleveleads.org. Preregistration is required. Find out more at

https://www.cleveleads.org/iCleveland-Winter-Edition#sthash.EQvj4nVA.dpuf Jill Pecoraro For more information contact Jill Pecoraro at (216) 592-2226 or jpecoraro@cleveleads.org. Visit https://www.cleveleads.org/iCleveland-Winter-Edition to find out more.


CSU Student Center

Euclid and East 22nd

January 10

Vivian Maier: "Out of the Shadows" Opening Reception

5 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Visit the Cleveland Print Room Friday, January 10 for the opening reception for a collection of photographs by renowned artist Vivian Maier. The exhibit will run until February 23. For more details and gallery hours, visit www.clevelandprintroom.com or call 216-401-5981.


The ArtCraft Building

2550 Superior Avenue

January 10 through February 2

"Yentl" at Playhouse Square

Cleveland Play House presents YENTL, the story of a young woman who defies convention and the laws of her people to fulfill her dream. See more at: http://www.clevelandplayhouse.com/main-stage/2013-2014/yentl.


Allen Theatre

1407 Euclid Avenue

January 16 through March 1

Exhibitions at the Galleries at CSU

The Galleries at CSU presents Hephaestos Challenged: 7 Women Sculptors, a contemporary sculpture exhibition of works by university sculpture professors, and 25 Under 25, The Emerging Photographer, contemporary photographs by the next generation of artists. An opening reception will take place January 16 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Visit http://www.csuohio.edu/artgallery/ for more details.


1307 Euclid Avenue

January 19

Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration Concert

7 p.m. to 9 p.m.

This annual musical performance celebrates the spirit of Dr. King's life, leadership, and vision with a program of music, song, and community recognition. - See more at: http://www.artsinohio.com/event/martin-luther-king-jr-celebration-concert-2#sthash.AUVTcy5a.dpuf

Celebrate the spirit of Dr. King's life, vision and leadership. Tickets are required but admission is free. Visit www.clevelandorchestra.com to find out more.


Severance Hall

11001 Euclid Avenue

January 20

Martin Luther King Jr. Community Open House

12 p.m. to 5 p.m.

An afternoon of performances and activities to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Free admission; no tickets required. Visit www.clevelandorchestra.com to find out more.


Severance Hall

11001 Euclid Avenue

January 25

Medieval Feast at Trinity Cathedral

6:45 p.m.

Spend an evening with Robin Hood and his cast of merrymakers. Enjoy a night replete with period food, drink, music and entertainment in the gothic splendor of Trinity Cathedral as we raise money to provide high-quality live music for listeners of all ages. Ticket price: $70. Visit www.trinitycleveland.org for more details.


2230 Euclid Avenue

January 26

The Song Is You Presents Jule Styne

7:30 p.m.

Jule Styne wrote more than 1,500 songs. The Musical Theatre Project will feature an evening dedicated to his music, using a talented cast of regional professionals including Tri-C music faculty member Joe Hunter, all led by Bill Rudman.

Admission: $20 regular/$15 seniors/$10 students. For tickets and information call 216-987-4444.


Tri-C Metropolitan Campus, Mainstage Theatre

2900 Community College Ave

January 28

Duct Tape Universe Maker Lab

4 p.m.

Come hear about the power of duct tape and learn how to use it to create everyday objects. Register by calling TechCentral at 216-623-2980. For more information visit www.cpl.org.


Cleveland Public Library, Main Branch

February 1 & 2

Shen Yun 2014

"Reviving 5,000 years of civilization!" All new 2014 show with live orchestra. Call 216-241-6000 for ticket information. Visit ShenYun.com to find out more.


Playhouse Square

February 6

Teen Violence Awareness

3 p.m.

Experts from the Domestic Violence and Child Advocacy Center talk about teen dating violence and how to avoid it. Interactive activities and media items to help learn about warning signs of abuse and other related topics. For more information visit www.cpl.org.


Cleveland Public Library, Main Branch

February 9 & 10

Lunar New Year Celebration at Asian Town Center

11 a.m. to 5 p.m.

This free celebration will feature dancing, firecrackers, contests, food, shows and more! Visit http://www.asiantowncenter.com/ to find out more.


Asian Town Center

3820 Superior Ave

February 13

African American History Month Folktale Celebration

10:30 a.m.

An hour of inspirational African and African-American folktales. For more information visit www.cpl.org.


Cleveland Public Library, Main Branch

Volume 4, Issue 1, Posted 11:25 AM, 12.31.2013