Please scroll through the listings below. Click here for CDWC-sponsored (and co-sponsored) programs.
make checks payable to:
Friends of Monica Wilson, 5934 Stumph Rd. Apt 406, Parma, OH. 44130
Checks can be made out to "Friends of Meg Ryan Shockey" (no corporate checks) and brought day
of event or sent to:
Friends of Meg Ryan Shockey, 7440 Woodhaven Ave, Brooklyn, OH 44144.
Make credit card/PayPal donations here.
Wednesday, April 19 at 7:00 pm
Doors open at 6:00 pm. Program begins 7:00
Ticketed guests are asked to arrive by 6:45 pm. to guarantee seating.
The City Club of Cleveland is pleased
to host the 2023 State of the City. This free public event is presented in
partnership with Cleveland Metropolitan School District and will be held at East Tech High School in Cleveland’s Central
In his second
address, Mayor Justin M. Bibb will discuss foundational work and progress made during his first year in office and look to
the year ahead with a focus on public safety, modernizing city government, economic development, and breaking down barriers
to progress for the city and its people.
In addition to his remarks, the Mayor will also answer questions from Cleveland residents. All who are
interested are invited to submit questions ahead of time through the City Club by clicking here.
RTA passes are available. Contact Amber Smith at email@example.com by April 3rd to request a transit pass.
Parking is free at East Tech High School.
make it in-person?
The livestream will be available on cityclub.org at 7:00 pm. on April 19.
No registration is required for livestream viewers.
Save the date!
All at 6:00 pm, via Zoom