Get Your Irish On at the Hooley House Hoedown
Cleveland, OH- Child and Family Advocates of Cuyahoga County (CFACC), a Northeast Ohio nonprofit organization serving children involved with the Juvenile Court, invites you to “Get Your Irish On” at the Hooley House Hoedown-a benefit concert featuring eclectic live music with an Irish twist!
The Hooley House Hoedown event will take place on Sunday, July 7 from 3-6 PM and feature well-known regional Irish band Brigid’s Cross performing a variety of popular music, plus musical acts by Backwoods Country, Morrison McCarthy, and The Other Brothers. This is a family-friendly afternoon at the Hooley House Irish restaurant in Brooklyn, just off I-480 & Tiedeman Rd., and a great way to wind down your long Fourth of July weekend. All proceeds benefit the child-centered intervention programs offered by CFACC.
Advance tickets are only $35 for three hours of live music plus a hot appetizer bar and two beverages (beer, wine or soda); children under 12 for $10. CFACC will also have an assortment of great raffle items to win! Advance tickets available online: https://cfadvocates.org/event/hooley-house-hoedown-event.
The Hooley House Hoedown will help to benefit some of the most vulnerable children in Cuyahoga County. For more information about the Hoedown, or to learn how you can become a volunteer with at-risk children, visit CFACC online: cfadvocates.org or follow @CFAdvocates on social media.
See you at the Hoedown!
Michele Blazina is the CASA Program Director. CASA of Cuyahoga County is a program of Child and Family Advocates of Cuyahoga County (CFACC). CFACC improves the lives of children and families involved in the juvenile justice, child welfare, and family law systems through service as Guardians Ad Litem and Court Appointed Special Advocates.