Everywhere//Nowhere: Turkey Days

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Lola’s Coffee Hyde Park
3425 Erie Ave
Cincinnati, OH 45208

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Free; Donations Accepted

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Comedy, Music, and anything in between! Local and touring acts come together in an intimate setting on Black Friday for a laid back but entertainment packed variety show. Hosted by Chicago comedian and Cincinnati native Ron Ervin, we offer a fun time on a Friday night in a relaxed environment. All ages with no admission fee! Donations are accepted and given directly to all performers. 

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