April brings new music and a special new drink!

April has arrived and we are predicting warmer days ahead and maybe patio weather! We are delighted to announce that we will have live music every Saturday at 10am this month. Here is the full list:

April 6: Andy McManus: Hailing from County Armagh Andrew has played music throughout his entire life. He was a member of the South Ulster Youth Orchestra and has performed as a solo acoustic singer-songwriter in pubs and coffee shops around Ireland and England. Andrew now lives in Cleveland where he is gaining a following in the Irish community playing his music around local venues. Register here.

April 13: Micah Foster: Micah began playing music and writing songs at age 14, and spent the majority of his teenage years playing bass in a psychedelic band based out of Columbus. Micah moved to Cleveland in 2017 after he got out of college, and has been performing as a solo acoustic musician ever since. Micah describes his music as progressive folk, and aims for it be a cross between Iron and Wine, and Primus. Register here.

April 20: Michael Crawley & Tessa Thistlethwaite: Join Michael Crawley and Tessa Thistlethwaite from Mary's Lane for a morning of Irish music and sing-alongs. Register here.

April 27: Andy McManus: As above. Register here.

To celebrate the start of baseball season we have introduced a special new Summer drink: The Slugger. It’s house-made lemonade with a shot of espresso. It’s a perfect pick up if you are feeling a little sluggish :)

Our good friend, Doug Kusak, from the Metroparks will be back on Thursday, April 11th at 7pm to give a special talk on the Great Lakes Exposition 1936-1937. The biggest party Cleveland’s ever seen was held on a lakefront garbage dump! In the midst of the Great Depression, Cleveland decided to hold itself a massive 100th birthday party, and everyone was invited to celebrate our industrial might.

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