The Cleveland Jewish News and Rock The House’s Mitzvah Showcase is the place to be for families planning b’nai mitzvahs

By Alexandra Golden 

Are you the parent of a preteen? Is a family b’nai mitzvah or party on the horizon, and are you unsure where to start? 

If so, Mitzvah Showcase presented by the Cleveland Jewish News and Rock The House Entertainment Group at Adrenaline Monkey in Warrensville Heights on April 14 is the place to be.

The event – which highlights venues, vendors and others serving b’nai mitzvah celebrations in Northeast Ohio – is not one to miss with all the deals and specials provided only at Mitzvah Showcase, says Gina Lloyd, events manager at the Cleveland Jewish Publication Company, which publishes Celebrations and the CJN. 

“We have great relationships with many vendors in the community and we thought this, especially after many years of COVID, was a great way for many of our advertisers to get in front of some of our attendees or some of our subscribers for a more personal experience,” Lloyd says.

The event’s booths and vendors cater to different features and details one might need or want when planning a b’nai mitzvah or party, including photographers, venues, event planners, caterers and live music and entertainment providers. 

“If someone is planning an event and they just want to meet some premier vendors in Northeast Ohio, this would be a great opportunity to do that,” Lloyd says. 

Each attendee will have the option to choose between two one-and-a-half hour sessions, either from noon to 1:30 p.m. or 1:30 to 3 p.m.
The price for single admission is $5, and $15 for a family of four. 

All the vendors will be set up on the second floor of Adrenaline Monkey. The first floor will have Rock The House’s set-up, along with the Adrenaline Monkey obstacle course for kids to play. Regular weekend admission for three hours at Adrenaline Monkey is $32.99 per ticket for children ages 5 and up, and under 4 years old costs $12.99 per ticket, so Adrenaline Monkey is offering “a great discount to attend” Mitzvah Showcase, Lloyd adds.

“We hope people have a great time at Adrenaline Monkey, but most importantly that they book the majority of their vendors for their child’s b’nai mitzvah that day,” Lloyd says. “All of our vendors will be offering a one-day-only exclusive offer for our Mitzvah Showcase attendees. We hope for all the families to have a fantastic time and our vendors to receive many bookings for their children’s b’nai mitzvahs.”

Ahead of the showcase, the CJN will post about what attendees can expect on its social media pages. To learn about the vendors before the event, follow the Cleveland Jewish News on Facebook and @CleveJN on Instagram.

“We want our attendees to leave this event feeling like they were able to accomplish a lot of planning for their child’s b’nai mitzvah and for our vendors to have a great experience and meet a lot of families to gain bookings and leads as well,” Lloyd says. 

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