Event Calendar

Events for Saturday, November 23, 2019

Lakewood Charitable Assistance Corporation (LCAC) Annual Thanksgiving Food Drive Part III - Bag & Deliver
9:00 AM
Volunteers are needed!!!
Join us as little or as much as you would like…better yet, bring a friend or neighbor!

Lakewood Masonic Temple 15300 Detroit Ave, Lakewood, OH 44107
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Living in The Universal Christ
9:30 AM - 12:00 PM
Join facilitator Mike Reiling for a 3-session contemplative book study of The Universal Christ by Richard Rohr. Session 1 will explore the scriptures and early church teachings on the Universal Christ, a description of the Four World Views and offer Lectio Divina as a method for reading Rohr’s book. Session 2: Jan. 18. Session 3: Feb. 15. Cost: $10 per session. Please register at https://centeringspace.org/ or call (216) 228-7451.
Centering Space
14812 Lake Ave.
Lakewood, OH 44107
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Installation of Officers for Clifton-Gaston Allen Lodge #664, Free & Accepted Masons of Ohio
3:00 PM
Public Invited to Annual Installation of Officers

The officers and members of Clifton-Gaston Allen Lodge #664, Free & Accepted Masons of Ohio, invite the community to attend their Installation Ceremony at 3 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 23 at the Lakewood Masonic Temple, 15300 Detroit Ave., (corner of Detroit Ave. and Andrews Ave).

The Installation of Officers is one of the few completely public Masonic ceremonies. Anyone curious about Freemasonry or what happens in a Lodge is encouraged to attend Saturday's event to see what happens.


Freemasonry is often described as the world’s oldest and largest fraternity. Though there are artifacts that date back to the 1300’s, the structured and well documented form that exists today was established in 1717 in London. With Lodges all over the world, Freemasonry spans the boundaries imposed by societies. Freemasonry's singular purpose is to make good men better, and its bonds of friendship, truth and brotherly love have survived even the most divisive political, military and religious conflicts through the centuries. Though there is a requirement for belief in a Supreme Being, Freemasonry is neither a forum for nor a place of worship. It is not a religion, but rather teaches moral philosophy through activity. For nearly three hundred years it has attracted men of high moral character who support the tenets of temperance, fortitude, prudence and justice. Freemasonry employs the tools and instruments of stone masonry to teach a system of morality, friendship and brotherly love; hence, the standard emblem of Freemasonry is the square and compasses.

Lakewood Masonic Temple, 15300 Detroit Ave., (corner of Detroit Ave. and Andrews Ave).
Believe in the Magic of the Holidays
4:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Believe in the Magic of the Holidays at Frostville Museum 24101 Cedar Point Rd. , North Olmsted. Friday, Nov. 22nd and Saturday, Nov 23rd 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm. Lighted holiday walkway, Visit our holiday decorated historical homes. Mouse in the House scavenger hunt, Friday and Saturday music in the church, Shop at the Gifford General Store. Pony rides $3, Holiday boxes raffle, Sweet Treats bakery shoppe, Homemade soup and food for sale. Hospitality table compliments of O’Neill Healthcare North Olmsted. olmstedhistoricalsociety.org.
Frostville Museum 24101 Cedar Point Rd., North Olmsted.
St. Edward High School Edwardian Players present "Urinetown The Musical"
7:30 PM
The Edwardian Players, theatre group from St. Edward High School, will present Urinetown on November 21, 22 and 23 at 7:30pm and November 24 at 3:00pm at St. Edward High School in Lakewood, Ohio. Urinetown won the 2002 Tony Awards for Best Book of a Musical (Greg Kotis) as well as Best New Musical Score (Mark Hollman).

Although the title is somewhat unsettling, Urinetown is an incredibly thoughtful show appropriate for all ages. An hysterical musical comedy, the show satirizes municipal politics, the legal system, capitalism, social irresponsibility, populism, bureaucracy, corporate mismanagement and even musical theater itself. It is a fitting allegory for today, and a warning for those who take politics and social issues to the extreme.

Urinetown features Zeke Schmiedl (Cleveland Hts), Richie Pokrywka (Sheffield Lake), Hunter Velasquez (Hinckley), Reagan Bushok (Avon Lake), Bella Issa and Grace Davis (both Westlake). The show is produced by St. Edward staff members Robert W. Burns (director), John F. Goers (technical director), and Lisa Hirzel (costumer).

Tickets are available at the door or by calling (216) 221-0793, ext. 201. St. Edward High School is located at 13500 Detroit Ave., Lakewood, Ohio, 44107.

St. Edward High School
13500 Detroit Ave.
Lakewood, OH 44104