do something: weekend april 24 - 25

some things we're planning to do this weekend:

baby/kids resale in lakewood, avon and rocky river.  i will not be hitting all of them.  in fact, i don't know if i'll be going to any, even though i was really looking forward to this one (my husband doesn't have band practice and spending half the day at a baby resale is not really at the top of my spend-time-together list).  but they're sure to be good.  i went to lakewood's once and found a great jogging stroller for $50.  love these kids resale events.

north coast nature festival runs through tomorrow, put together by cleveland metroparks.  this free nature festival is held at the rocky river nature center 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. today and tomorrow.  you can check-out nature-related vendors and art, see some live animals, and some outdoor hiking to name a few.

enjoy some free jazz music this afternoon from 2:30 - 5:30 p.m. at the tri-c jazzfest downbeat invitational.  from high school all-stars to some special artist in residence, it looks to be an interesting mix of musicians.

after you get your jazz fix, come by the spitfire saloon in the evening where you can fill up on some rockabilly fun and cheap beer (ha!).  scoliosis jones will be headlining this evening, featuring my favorite man on drums (oh yeah!).

the annual march of dimes' march for babies will start with registration at 9 a.m. down at the time warnner cable amphitheater.  our whole family will be ready to tackle this 4 mile walk rain or shine (i'm hoping shine, shine, shine!!).  since registration is the day of, it's not too late to sign up to walk if you're interested in showing your support.  if a 4 mile walk at 10 a.m. doesn't sound appealing to you, you can still show your supporting by donating and helping meet our modest goal.  if 25 people donate $1 each, we will reach our goal...so close!

lakewood public library's sunday with friends program will be hosting uzizi, an alternative rock band with a 12 piece choir performing music derived from the renaissance.  the show will be held at the library's main auditorium from 2-3 p.m.  sounds interesting, and perhaps the perfect end to a music-filled weekend?


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