I am working to promote a new event downtown that will be free to guests.
The event described after this notice may soon be offered at the very underrated Baseball Heritage Museum’s “Radio Museum” in the lower level of the museum in the Colonial Arcade.
Hopefully this will bring more people to this valuable downtown attraction, and downtown in general. In Tremont, the event draws at least 10 to 15 people per month from the area, many whom were not aware of what downtown and the surrounding neighborhoods offer. The downtown event could draw more people, as the current event only has room for a cap of 15.
I have been and will be discussing the days and times this can be offered with museum operator Bob Zimmer. By Spring, the event may be functioning. Since this event has been so successful at the book store, I would like to bring this directly to the heart of downtown as well!
Event Description that may soon be available at Colonial Arcade:
RADIO MYSTERY THEATER NIGHT SOCIAL!
Join Visible Voice Books for an evening of old time radio mystery theater, Every 2nd Thursday of the month starting at 7:00 PM. Sit back, relax…have a glass of wine (the bookstore sells it!), a snack, and hear many famous voice actors performing great stories by many classic radio writers–all in a nostalgic and intimate setting. These stories were crafted especially for radio and to stir your imagination without relying on a picture on a screen!
Between acts, there will be breaks for socializing and mingling with others who appreciate this truly unique lost art form existing long before television. Please call Robert at 330-393-4448 to learn more about this free event—or if you need directions to Visible Voice Books, in Cleveland‘s historic Tremont neighborhood.
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