Around Cleveland 4-2

Posted 4/2/17

Covenant College Drama Association presents “The Glass Menagerie,” a memorable play written by the great American playwright Tennessee Williams. The play will be performed on April 7, 8, 21 and …

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Around Cleveland 4-2

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Covenant College Drama Association presents “The Glass Menagerie,” a memorable play written by the great American playwright Tennessee Williams. The play will be performed on April 7, 8, 21 and 22. For tickets, call 706-419-1051 or email: boxoffice@covenant.edu.

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The Newcomers Club of Cleveland will hold its monthly meeting on Monday at the Broad Street Methodist Church. After the business meeting, we will be playing board games. Bring your favorite game and challenge your friends and neighbors. For more information, contact Kathy at 472-7562.

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Athens Area Art Council welcomes three-time Grammy-nominated Afro-Caribbean Tiempo Libre to close the 2016-17 Big Time/Small Town performance season on Friday at Athens City Middle School Auditorium, 200 Keith Lane, Athens. For more information, visit athensartscouncil.org, call 423-745-8781, or stop by The Arts Center in Athens.

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

— Monday, bring your toddler to a new program in the Community Room at 6:15 p.m. Toddler Petting Zoo for ages 2-5 will introduce these young ages to technology that is within their grasp.

— Also on Monday, the Teen Advisory Group gets together for its monthly meeting. In the Teen Zone at 4:30 p.m., TAG meets to plan and implement programs for teens ages 13-17.

— The Cleveland Couponing Club meets every Monday at 6:30 p.m. in the Carmichael Room. This group is dedicated to helping you save money through couponing.

—Teens have Teen Anime Club Thursday at 4:30 p.m. This month they will watch the anime hit, “Assassination Classroom.” (Email teenzone@clevelandlibrary.org with questions.)

— Next Sunday, join in on a presentation of tracing Cherokee heritage by professional genealogist Anita Finger-Smith, licensed by the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians. This program will be held at the History Branch & Archives, 833 N. Ocoee St.

— Local author Wally Avett will review one of his books, “Rebel Bushwhacker,” at the monthly Friends of the Library Book & Coffee event. Don’t miss either chance to hear from a great local author.

— The library offers free Zumba classes every Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday morning at 8 a.m.

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Taylor’s Elementary School faculty and students who taught or attended the school from 1970 to 2000 are having a reunion on April 29 from 1 to 4 p.m. at the gym on the campus. This is a free event.

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Bradley Cental High School class of 1967 will hold its 50th class reunion on July 21 at the Coffee Barn, 2288 Benton Pike N.E. Friday — a barbecue. On July 22, a dinner and dance is set at the Cleveland Country Club beginning with a social hour at 5:30. Contact Sandra Rhodes, 3992 Rolling Brook Circle N.E., Cleveland, TN 37323, to make reservations. Deadline is June 30.

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Bradley Central High School class of 1982 will have a radio show reunion on May 20. Phase 1 will be live on WOOP FM featuring former faculty and students. Live calls will be taken at 614-5553 — share your memories. Phase 2 will be a formal reunion in the Village Green from 7 to 10 p.m. There is no fee to attend either event. (casual dress)

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

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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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