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July/julio 25, 2008

The Cleveland Museum of Art gears up for Garage Grooves

LA PRENSA’S CALENDAR OF EVENTS:

Ohio Happenings:

CMA’s Popular Tradi- tion of Live Music, Food and Drink returns with a twist on August 1

The Cleveland Mu- seum of Art (CMA) con- tinues its tradition of pre- senting free fabulous out- door concerts with a new twist this summer.

Garage Grooves, a se- ries of Friday night ga- rage rooftop jazz perfor- mances kicks off on Au- gust 1, 2008, at CMA.

Garage Grooves of- fers guests a diverse mix of some of the area’s most talented jazz ensembles as they perform outdoors on the top deck of the parking garage on Fri- day, August 1, 15, and 29, 2008, with live music from 6 p.m. until 10 p.m. Admission is Free. Beer,

wine, and other refresh- ments are for sale in the garage. Space is limited and on a first come, first serve basis. Reservations are not accepted. The museum gal- leries will also be open un- til 9 p.m., free of charge.

Garage Grooves is spon- sored by Great Lakes Brew- ing Company.

WHAT: Garage Grooves

  • free, outdoor jazz con-

certs on the rooftop of the CMA parking garage.

WHEN: Friday, August 1, 2008 – All Ellington Night, with the Cleveland Jazz Orchestra, 6 p.m. till 10:00 p.m.

Friday, August 15, 2008

  • Latin Jazz Night, with The

Roberto Ocasio Latin Jazz Project, 6 p.m. till 10:00 p.m.. Also “Heavy Metal in the Arms and Armor Gal-

lery” 6 p.m. till 8:00 p.m.

The first 50 people to participate get to experi- ence this hands on exhibit for free.

Friday, August 29, 2008 – Swing Night, with the Cleveland Jazz Or- chestra 6 p.m. till 10 p.m.

WHERE: The top deck of the CMA parking ga- rage, 11150 East Boule- vard in Cleveland’s Uni- versity Circle District.

COST: Free admission to the concert; parking for a fee in the museum’s 600+ space parking ga- rage; cash bar and refresh- ments.

RAIN PLAN: Concerts will be cancelled for rain. Call (216) 707-2260 on the day of the event for a recording about the weather plan.

July 25, 10:00-3:00 pm: The Toledo Zoo Celebrates Christmas in July, The fun takes place throughout the day as animals from birds and fish to chimps and tigers will open gifts stuffed with species-appropriate treats. For details visit www.toledozoo.org

or call (419) 385-4040. July 25: Porter County www.LatinGrooveMatrix.com.

Fair

and Los

Cordoba,

7-9PM;

visit:

July 27: 6th Annual Latino Scholarship Day with the Toledo Mud Hens, Toledo; sponsored by La Prensa and the Spanish American Organization. 419-870-6565.

July 29, 3:00-4:00: Diabetes Meal-Planning Class at Bay Park Hospital, Oregon. Free meal-planning session geared towards people with type 2 diabetes, call (419) 690-8774.

August 2-3: SS. Peter and Paul Church’s Annual Festival, 728 S. St. Clair Street, Toledo; 419-241-5822.

August 3: Lake County Fair presenta Fiesta de la Salsa at 2:00PM; visit: www.LatinGrooveMatrix.com.

August 3, 5:00 pm - 8:30 pm: The Hispanic Fund’s First Annual Summer Dinner/ Dance Cruise; The Nautical Queen, Cleveland. $31.85 per person. (440) 366-7589.

August 8-9: 13th Annual South of the Border Festival, Perrysburg; headliners include Albert Zamora (Aug. 8), La Familia (Aug. 9), Grupo Vida (Aug. 9) & Hometown Boys (Aug. 9).

August 8-11: Arts Gone Wild, a 4-day celebration of some of the best arts and entertainmentin the area at the Toledo Zoo; call 419-385-4040; visit: www.artsgonewild.org

August 10-17: World Youth Soccer Tournament, PSA Campus, Lorain; teams include Chivas, Venezuela National Team, and Chile National Team. Tickets and info at 440-282-2007 or visit www.gopsa.com

Michigan Happenings:

UMADAOP Lucas County “Pin Pals” scheduled

Toledo: This Thursday, July 24, 2008, the Lucas County chapter of the Ur- ban Minority Alcoholism and Drug Abuse Outreach Program will hold a Fa- ther (Mentor)/ Son Bowl- ing tournament called Pin Pals. It will take place at Toledo Sports Center, which located at 1516 Starr Avenue, beginning at 7:00 pm.

A mini grant from Leadership Toledo (YIPEE) was granted to UMADAOP to put on this event to improve the com- munication between fa- ther and sons in the Lucas County area. The age range is for junior high

and senior high males.

Research shows that single parent homes are growing with most of the homes being headed by the mother. Our young males are not experiencing the positive male bond. Absent fathers are not taking their sons to the barbershop, ball games, or teaching them how to be productive mem- bers of society. Whereas mothers and daughters have an opportunity to do things together such as shopping, going to the sa- lon, and talking to each other.

The name Pin Pals was chosen to also have youth write over the summer to a

pen pal in Cincinnati at the YWCA of Greater Cincinnati and Cincin- nati UMADAOP.

UMADAOP Lucas County is a community- based organization that provides health promo- tion, wellness activities and prevention services in order to help children, families and communi- ties acquire and maintain healthy and productive lifestyles.

This event is associ- ated with YWCA Teen Outreach Program (TOP) and The Firm Founda- tion. UMADAOP Lucas County is located at 2447 Nebraska Avenue.

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For details Call Rico at 313-729-4435 or 614-571-2051 or email laprensa1@yahoo.com

July 7-Sept. 7: The Eye Site: A Traveling Exhibit on Low Vision, at the Detroit Main Library. Consumers can obtain a free booklet “¡Ojo con su visión!” by calling 1- 877-LOW VISION.

[Any Event-listings? Post gratis. Contact La Prensa at 419-870-6565, 313-729-4435, 440- 320-8221, 614-571-2051, or, emailtolaprensa1@yahoo.com. Always check for changes.]

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por Carla Soto

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