Station Hope

A Weekend of Exciting Family Activities in Cleveland

April 28-30, 2017

Station Hope is a free evening event produced by Cleveland Public Theater.
Transracial Journeys has planned a weekend for families by scheduling other activities around Station Hope.

REGISTRATION

Note:
The weekend's activities are made possible through our modest family membership fees and donations. Suggested donation for non-members: $20/person.


Registration includes all activities plus a healthy brown bag lunch.

AGENDA
Friday, April 28
  • Evening social

Saturday, April 29

  • Morning
    Children:
    Tumbling with Mr. Todd plus basketball clinic, or supervised guided library time activity and structured play/childcare.
    Parents:
    Workshop & discussion facilitated by Shemariah Arki:
    "Parenting our Children in the Wake of Black Lives Matter"
  • Lunch
  • Afternoon
    1:30-2:30: Interactive theater/performance of "The Last Fugitive Slave"
    3:00-6:00: Free time; dinner on your own
  • Evening
    6:15 p.m.: Gather for a group orientation to the Station Hope schedule of activities
    6:30-10:00: Attend Station Hope
    Anchoring the weekend is the powerful and brilliant evening of Station Hope. The evening includes a variety of performance and visual art offerings, including powerful theater, spoken word, dance, music and multimedia performances inspired by contemporary issues of freedom and justice, centered in and around historic St. John's Episcopal Church and honoring its role in the Underground Railroad.
Saturday is an indoor/outdoor day so please come prepared for the weather.
 
All events on Saturday will be held within roughly a 1 to 1 1/2 mile radius in the Ohio City neighborhood.
 
Sunday, April 30th
  • Meet for breakfast and/or outdoor activity, depending on interest and weather
We are happy to recommend places to stay in Cleveland.

We look forward to seeing you!

Questions?
Contact us here, or at: 216-752-1489