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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
I’ve never been quite sure if the thought “You don’t know what you don’t know” is a ridiculously simple observation or a profoundly wise insight. I guess it’s a little of both. Obviously, … more
Hospice is one of healthcare’s most important branches — making people with limited  life expectancies  feel as comfortable as possible. Hearth Hospice is one of several hospice … more
Ocoee Chapter DAR Meets The Ocoee Chapter Daughters of the American Revolution held its March meeting recently at the Elks Lodge. Regent Leigh Ann Boyd presided and led members in the Ritual. Chaplain Jane Rumbaugh led the prayer, and Katy Tippens led the singing of the national anthem. The Ocoee Chapter DAR and American Legion Auxiliary Unit 81 will host a pinning ceremony to honor Vietnam veterans on Saturday, March 30, at 11 a.m. at the American Legion Post 81 in Cleveland. The event is to commemorate National Vietnam Veterans Day. Boyd read President General Ann T. Dillon’s message to the Daughters. She also read the National Defense Message which focused on the experiences of Dr. (Colonel) Janet Southby, an Army nurse serving in the 85th Evacuation Hospital near the Ia Drang Valley in Vietnam in 1965. Colonel Southby continues to serve her fellow soldiers as president emerita of the Walter Reed Society and as a past president of the Army Nurse Corps Association, and is a DAR member, as well. Vice Regent Joanne Swafford introduced guest speaker and historian Robert George, who spoke about the Edenton Tea Party, a women’s political protest in Edenton, North Carolina, organized in response to the Tea Act, passed by the British Parliament in 1773. The Edenton Tea Party took place after Penelope Barker gathered a group of 51 women at the home of Elizabeth King in Edenton, N.C., on Oct. 25, 1774. The ladies organized to support the colonists’ cause against “taxation without representation.” The women signed an agreement in support of the boycott of all British tea and cloth. more
Chattanooga Theatre Centre’s “The Tale of Peter Rabbit” Hops to the Stage March 29-April 7 Defying his mother’s instructions, venturing into dangerous territory, one of the most endearing – and naughty – heroes of children’s literature hops from the page to the stage as the Chattanooga Theatre Centre’s Youth Theatre presents Beatrix Potter’s “The Tale of Peter Rabbit,” March 29 through April 7, 2019. more
The 2020 Distinguished Young Women of Cleveland Scholarship program will feature seven contestants on Saturday, March 30. The program will get underway at 6 p.m. at Cleveland State Community College’s George R. Johnson Cultural Center. more
Ocoee Chapter DAR Honors Member Maureen Jaggers more
Habitat for Humanity of Cleveland recently unveiled the newest addition to its ReStore: a specially designed book nook that not only displays the books it has for sale, but also serves as a … more
The runway is coming to Cleveland as the Museum Center at Five Points hosts its Magic of Wearable Arts Fashion Show and Market on Saturday, a sold out event which will feature a live runway show with … more
Aldersgate Garden Club members held their February Meeting at Pleasant Grove Baptist Church. Billie Blair was hostess for the meeting with eight members, five youth, and seven guests in … more
Josh Gouveia, chef and owner of Cobblestone Grille, has brought quality, affordable dining options to downtown Cleveland since 2012, and uses his culinary background to not only deliver tantalizing … more
The February meeting of Magnolia Garden Club took place at member Beth Cunningham’s home. Following the business meeting, Cunningham offered nurturing hospitality, provided a delicious buffet and … more
• Little Debbie DaySunday, March 24, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.Expect a whole lot of yumminess! The folks from Little Debbie will be sampling some of their renowned snack cakes and have games for the whole … more
Have you ever wondered what the perfect time is to plant a garden? Maybe you’re unsure about the type of soil you have, or have questions about the type of fertilizer to give your plants. To answer … more
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