February 21st, 2014|
The Ohio Personal Injury Lawyers with Nurenberg, Paris, Heller & McCarthy believe Cleveland is a great place to live in because of the numerous cultural activities and programs the city plays host to. A number of such events are scheduled to take place this weekend and we here at the firm would like to tell you about three of our personal favorites we are looking forward to.
Tonight, the Cleveland POPS Orchestra performs at Severance Hall. The group will be paying tribute to musician Marvin Hamlisch through a program titled “One Singular Sensation.” Several celebrities will be the orchestra’s guests for the evening, including Donna McKechnie, Debbie Gravitte, and Doug LeBrecque.
On Saturday, Black History Month will be recognized through a speaking engagement titled, “Lessons in Traveling an Underground Railroad.” The event will take place at the Independence Library and will feature a cast of costumed characters discussing the trials and tribulations of slaves attempting to find freedom through the solace provided those helping them free north from the South before and during the Civil War.
The next day, citizens can relax as they stroll through the Medina Flea Market of Collectibles that will be held on Lafayette Road in Medina.
Staying active in the community is important to each and every team member here at the law firm of Nurenberg, Paris, Heller & McCarthy. That is why the firm encourages citizens to stay up to date with the latest happenings by regularly checking the Community Involvement page of our website.