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3 things to do in Cleveland in November

With midterms and fall break in the rearview mirror and Thanksgiving just around the corner, it can only mean one thing: November is officially here! In addition to chillier temps on the horizon, there are plenty of seasonal events and activities to engage with across Cleveland this month.

We have the Case Western Reserve University community covered with suggestions on events to check out, whether you need a break from your studies or are just looking for something fun to do with friends and family. 

Looking for more ideas? Check out the Destination Cleveland website for a full schedule of events happening in November.

Grab a bite during Cleveland Pizza Week

Nov. 7–13

In search of the perfect slice of ‘za? Cleveland Pizza Week is the best time to find your favorite pie in the area. Held Nov. 7–13, Cleveland Pizza Week features $8 pizzas, including classics and new creations.

With more than 30 participating restaurants across the region, you’re sure to find something that will speak to your taste buds.

Get more details and find out which restaurants you can try.

See the Cleveland Cavaliers in action

Throughout the month

The NBA season is officially underway and Clevelanders are hoping for a strong season from the Cavaliers. Head down to Rocket Mortgage Fieldhouse to see the team’s 2022-23 season run.

Tickets are available for games this season and special offers are available for students, with prices as low as $10.

Learn more about Cavs tickets.

Check out the Keithley Collection at the Cleveland Museum of Art

Throughout the month

Don’t miss out on seeing a special collection on view at the Cleveland Museum of Art: The Keithley Collection, which celebrates the largest donation to the museum since 1958. The works come from Joseph P. and Nancy F. Keithley, who gifted the collection in March 2020. 

The exhibition is on display through Jan. 8 and features paintings from the Impressionist, Post-Impressionist, and modern European and American movements.

While general admission to the museum is free, there is a charge to visit this special exhibition. View ticket prices and learn more about the collection.