FutureHeights is celebrating its 10th anniversary this year.
The Cleveland Heights and University Heights organization started in 2000 but became a nonprofit in 2002. To celebrate the milestone, FutureHeights has planned many events, including one this Thursday at the Grog Shop.
"An Evening of Classical Music at the Grog Shop" will feature performances by ensembles from Classical Revolution Cleveland and Cleveland Heights High School.
Guest bartenders will serve drinks at the benefit show and include Cleveland Heights Mayor Ed Kelley, Big Fun owner Steve Presser, Quintana's Barber & Dream Spa owner Alex Quintana and Adam Fleischer, who recently opened The Wine Spot.