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To raise funds for the Cleveland State Community College SWAP program, a team of bear experts from around the country is hosting a two-hour live webinar on April 14 called the Black Bear Campfire … more
Rebecca Turner is April’s Artist of the Month at the Museum Center at Five Points, and she's selling her acrylic pouring art at her all new store, Esoteric Creations, while also prepping to teach a … more
• Mix 104.1 Home and Garden ShowSaturday, April 6, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.Mix 104.1 is hosting the Cleveland Home and Garden Show at the Museum Center at Five Points. More than 30 vendors will be in … more
Christian films are often rare sights at movie theaters, but an upcoming one, “Breakthrough” has attracted 190 viewers to AMC Theaters for a special, early showing on Saturday, April 6, hosted by … more
Family Works                                      [March 31, 2019] more
If you’ve visited the Cleveland Bradley County Public Library over the last decade, you’ll have no doubt seen the  bricks on the walkway displaying the names of donors  to the library … more
Cleveland State Community College has a very involved Wildlife Society. A fairly new aspect of the organization is a program called SWAP, which allows forestry students to visit a vastly different … more
“Proud of My Heritage” was the program for the March meeting of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, Jefferson Davis Chapter 900. Three of the members — Helen Riden, Linda Ballew and Debra Hamilton — told about members of their family who served the U.S. during World War 1 and World War II. more
Microsoft Windows 10 Learn the basic functions of Windows 10. This is the first of four weekly classes. Meets Mondays from 9 to 11 a.m.The Caring Place Onsite Help for the Homeless The … more
Bethany and Caleb Miller of Cleveland announce the birth of their 7 pounds, 1 ounce and 20 inches son, Zakariya James Miller, on March 23, 2019. He is the brother of Arionna Hollenhead of Cleveland. more
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“The Veil: Creation of Glory,” the Broadway-style musical ballet centered around the world’s creation and God’s involvement throughout, is scheduled for its seventh annual showing Saturday … more
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Dave Timpany, a Cleveland resident originally from Scituate, Massachusetts, has carved out a particular niche for himself in his retirement by focusing on woodworking, a passion he’s fostered since … more
Some things happen for a reason. Some attribute these miraculous events to coincidence. According to Mickey Clark, however, it was no coincidence that saved his daughter’s life, it was God. … more
The Cleveland Storytelling Guild will present one of its signature events, Warm Stories and Hot Cider, on Friday, March 29, at First Presbyterian Church, 433 N. Ocoee St. Six local and regional … more
• Cleveland Great Strides Walk and 65 Roses 5KSaturday, March 30, 8-11 a.m.Walk day is a fun event for both kids and adults alike. There will be a short walk, lunch, live band, vendors, games and … more
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