March 23, 2014 | posted in Festival Events
The Waterloo Arts District is standing by to welcome Festivalgoers who attend tonight’s screenings at the Beachland Ballroom. Many of the local merchants and popular venues, including the Beachland Tavern and the Callaloo Café, are staying open until 8 pm to accommodate Festival crowds.
Many of the galleries are staying open late as well, including Waterloo Arts, Space: ROCK, Gallery One Sixty, and the Maria Neil Art Project, which is functioning as the “Unofficial Hospitality Suite” for filmgoers and serving wine and snacks.
For music lovers in particular, the Slovenian Workmen’s Home is hosting a Polka Dance until 7 pm. Entry is $12 per person. Blue Arrow Records will be open until 7 pm, and MUSIC SAVES is staying open late, too. Browsers can also explore Star Pop vintage + modern for memorabilia, and Native Cleveland for clothing.
Whether you’re seeing one or both of the films playing at the Beachland Ballroom, there will be no shortage of fun activities on Waterloo. Be sure to make the most of your opportunity to explore one of Cleveland’s thriving districts while you’re there.
— Lara Klaber
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