Around Cleveland 3-5

Posted 3/5/17

— Chair-res Jubilee has scheduled the final 2017 furniture "give-away" for Tuesday from 3 to 5 p.m. at the storage unit at 421 W. Inman St., where Lamb's Furniture used to be. The storage unit is …

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Around Cleveland 3-5

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— Chair-res Jubilee has scheduled the final 2017 furniture "give-away" for Tuesday from 3 to 5 p.m. at the storage unit at 421 W. Inman St., where Lamb's Furniture used to be. The storage unit is full and more furniture has been added, so “please come and help us empty it!” says Nancy Casson. “Find your perfect piece, re-work it into something extraordinary, and return it for our auction!”

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The March meeting for the Newcomers Club of Cleveland will be heldMonday at 9:45 a.m. at the Broad Street Methodist Church. A potluck brunch will follow the business session. Each member will bring a sweet or savory item to share. It will be an opportunity for us all to get to know each other better. For more information, refer to website: clevelandtn.weebly.com.

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Cleveland Pops will present “Dances From Around the World” in its third concert of the season today at Cleveland State Community College (George R. Johnson Cultural Center) at 3 p.m. It is a free concert and open to the public.

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THE ART CENTER announces the next installment of monthly lunchtime series, Arts on the Side, Tuesday at noon. The public is invited to bring a “brown bag” lunch on the first Tuesday of each month and enjoy a free concert or art demonstration.

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The Etowah Arts Commission announces its upcoming exhibit “Everything Country, Paintings by Claudia Walker” through March 31 in the Nancy Cantrell Dender Gallery, 700 Tennessee Ave., Etowah.

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Join IN the activities at your Cleveland-Bradley County Public Library this week:

— Today at 2 p.m., Lori Lockhart, certified archivist at the Tennessee State Library & Archives, will discuss how looking at quilts can help you better understand your family histories. This event will be hosted at the History Branch & Archives located at 833 N. Ocoee St.

— The Cleveland Couponing Club is back Monday at 6:30 p.m. The club will meet almost every week, in the Carmichael Room, to trade coupons and talk about upcoming deals in the area.

— Monday and Wednesday bring something new to the Serving Grace Café at the library. At noon it will be open for ‘Coloring Corner at the Cafe.’ Coffee and teas will be available from the café and a sweet treat will be given to all that come to participate.

— The Friends of the Library Association is holding its first Silent Book Auction for the year beginning Thursday through March 29. Rare and antique items will be available to bid on. There will be a copy of Nancy Drew’s “The Hidden Staircase,” published in 1930, along with other favorites by Rudyard Kipling and Johann Wyss.

— Don’t forget the library offers free Zumba classes every Tuesday, Thursday and Friday morning at 8 a.m.

The Museum Center at Five Points will display agricultural artifacts pertaining to our Ocoee Region in “Grown and Bred in East Tennessee,” an exhibit about Tennessee agriculture and farming in our region. This exhibit runs through May 27. The College Hill Heritage exhibit will be on display through March 25. For more information, call 423-339-5745.

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EDITOR’S NOTE: To submit announcements for Around Cleveland, email information for Sunday publication in the Lifestyles section by Wednesday to bettie.marlowe@clevelandbanner.com.

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