Event Calendar

Events for Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Westlake Garden Club
11:00 AM
Spring is almost here and the first meeting of the WGC in the new year will feature a presentation about one of the first signs of spring, the running of sap in maple trees. The trees generously share some of that with us, which can be turn into sweet maple syrup. Bethany Mejeski from the Cleveland Metroparks will talk about the process of making syrup and the refinements and improvements that came over time.
The event will start with a business meeting from 11 a.m. to noon. A luncheon will be held from noon to 1 p.m. and the speaker will follow.
The event is free and guests are welcome. No reservations are required.

Westlake Porter Public Library, 27333 Center Ridge Road
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The History of Jazz Music
11:00 AM
The Jazz Age trend continues at the Dwyer Center with a Jazzy talk by Joel Keller on “The History of Jazz Music.” Born in America, jazz can be seen as a reflection of cultural diversity and individualism. At its core are openness to all influences and personal expression through improvisation. From its origins and evolution through the 20th and into the 21st century, we will learn about jazz artists and their music. But mainly, we will listen to the sensational music from New Orleans to Kansas City to both coasts whose influence has spread worldwide! Free; RSVP to 835-6565.

Dwyer Memorial Senior Center
300 Bryson Lane