Say it ain't snow!
Ready or not, winter is coming. This weekend's forecast is calling for snow in some parts of Northeast Ohio, but that doesn't mean the fun has to come to a freeze.
Check out our list of 10 things to do this weekend:
Cleveland Celebrity Bartending Event
What: Hang with your favorite local celebrities as you raise money for the Rec2Connect Foundation. Proceeds support Rec2Connect's Scholarship Fund, Try-It Programming, and Family Connection Events for individuals with special needs. Serving drinks this year will be SportsTime Ohio Cleveland Indians sideline reporter Andre Knott, play-by-play announcer Matt Underwood and many more. Get tickets here.
Where: Barley House, 1261 W. 6th St., Cleveland
When: Saturday 6-9 p.m.
Cleveland Dance Festival
What: Celebrate all things dance and movement at this two-day festival. See performances, take classes and learn from choreographers, all thanks to The Movement Project. Learn more here.
Where: Pilgrim Church, 2592 W. 14th St., Cleveland
When: Friday 8 p.m., Saturday 9:30 a.m.
Cleveland Independents Restaurant Week
What: Restaurant week continues this weekend, meaning this is your chance to try some of the city's best food. For $33, you can try a three-course meal from local favorites including AlleyCat, Fahrenheit, Lago and many more. See the full list of participating restaurants and menus here.
When: Nov. 5-16
Con on the Cob
What: Con on the Cob is a gaming con celebrating the love of RPGs, board games, card games and more. It's also an art fair where artists and vendors showcase their work inspired by fantasy and science fiction. Shop around, wear your cosplay and listen to panel discussions with your fellow games. Learn more here.
Where: Days Inn and Suites, 4742 Brecksville Road, Richfield
When: Friday and Saturday 8:30 a.m. to 8 p.m., Sunday 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Double Dare Live!
What: Will you take the physical challenge? Channel your inner 90s kid as TV's messiest game show hits Cleveland. Still hosted by Marc Summers, you'll have a shot at the infamous obstacle course, complete with all the slime, boogers and pie you once loved. Get tickets here.
Where: KeyBank State Theatre, 1519 Euclid Ave., Cleveland
When: Sunday 7 p.m.
Kent Comic Arts Festival
What: Meet creators of some of your favorite comics and animation, hear panel discussions on the craft and head to an afterparty for food and drinks. Scheduled to attend include P. Craig Russell, Jill Thompson, Matt Horak and many more. Learn more here.
Where: Kent State University Kiva, 800 E. Summit St., Kent
When: Saturday 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Lit AF Tour
What: Ready to laugh? The Lit AF Tour, hosted by Martin Lawrence, comes to Cleveland Friday for an evening of comedy. Also joining the lineup are Adele Givens, Michael Blackson, Deray Davis and Clayton Thomas. Get tickets here.
Where: Wolstein Center, 2000 Prospect Ave., Cleveland
When: Friday 8 p.m.
Sugarplum Fairy Tea
What: Support Cleveland Ballet at the fifth annual Sugarplum Fairy Tea. Enjoy hot beverages and sweet treats as a pianist play season songs. End the afternoon with a special sneak peek performance of Cleveland Ballet's "The Uniquely Cleveland Nutcracker." Get tickets here.
Where: Cleveland Skating Club, 2500 Kemper Road, Shaker Heights
When: Sunday 2-4 p.m.
What: Tom Papa has spent 20 years inciting laughs as a stand-up comedian and he's bringing his act back to Cleveland this weekend. You may have also seen him on Food Network's "Baked," where he explores American cities in search of the best baked goods. Get tickets here.
Where: Hilarities, 2035 E. 4th St., Cleveland
When: Thursday through Saturday
Warther's Christmas Tree Festival
What: Ready to get in the Christmas spirit? See more than 100 decorated trees, wreaths and season decor at Warther Museum and Gardens to benefit Cleveland Clinic's Union Hospital Auxiliary. Learn more here.
Where: Warther Museum and Gardens, 331 Karl Ave., Dover
When: Nov. 10-18