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Gay Games in Cleveland 2014
Cleveland Ohio will host the 2014 Gay Games on August 9-16, 2014. The event, held annually since 1982, will feature 30 sports, two cultural events and opening and closing ceremonies. It is expected to draw up to 12,000 participants. The competitions will be held at Cleveland Browns Stadium and other Cleveland and Akron venues. More information on the event will be posted as it becomes available.
National City Bank Home & Garden Show Photo Gallery
The National City Home and Garden Show, held each February at Cleveland's I-X Center, is the largest such show in North America. The nine-day event features celebrity gardens, gardening demonstrations, dozens of gardening and home improvement vendors, home models, and food and drink.
Winter Festivals in Northeast Ohio
The weather may be blustery, but that doesn't mean that there's nothing to do in and around Cleveland during January, February, and March. There are big events, such as Mardi Gras and St. Patrick's Day, as well as smaller celebrations, such as the Medina Ice Festival or Hinckley's Buzzard Sunday...and many more.
Hard-to-Find Cleveland Event Tickets
Look for tickets for those sold-out Cleveland Ohio events.
U.S. Figure Skating Championships -- Cleveland -- 2009
Cleveland Ohio will host the 2009 US Figure Skating Championships on January 18 - 25, 2009. The event, held annually since 1914, is the most prestigious event in US figure skating and draws over 1500 skaters, coaches, and officials.
NCAA Women's Final Four 2007
The Women's NCAA Division I 2007 Final Four Games come to Cleveland, with festivities beginning March 30. Dubbed "Women Rock Cleveland," the week-long schedule includes a luncheon with women's sports pioneer, Billie Jean King; clinics and open practices; the WBCA High School All-America Game; and -- of course -- the semi-final and final games.
Cleveland Summer Festivals
From mid-May until mid-September, Cleveland and the surrounding area comes alive with festivals, many of which celebrate Northeast Ohio's rich ethnic heritage. Make sure that your summer plans include a few of these favorites.
Cleveland Boat and Waterfront Lifestyle Expo
The Cleveland Boat and Waterfront Lifestyle Expo, commonly called the Cleveland Boat Show, is held each January at the Cleveland I-X Center. In its 50th year in 2007, the show is the largest indoor boat show between the coasts and features over 1200 new and classic motor and sail boats as well as kids activities, boating accessory vendors, and...
Greater Cleveland Auto Show
The Greater Cleveland Auto Show is held each year at the end of February and the beginning of March. The 10-day event features over 1000 production, classic, and concept vehicles and draws over 600,000 visitors annually.
Martin Luther King Day in Cleveland
Cleveland celebrates the life of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. each year on the third Monday of January with free museums, community concerts, and regional theater presentations. We remember, at least for one day, Dr. King's message of non-violence, harmony, and peace.
Thanksgiving in Cleveland
Thanksgiving in Cleveland Ohio, the fourth Thursday in November, is a time for family, feasting, fun, and football. Find out what restaurants are open, how to make your turkey, and other Thanksgiving events in town.
Cleveland and Northeast Ohio Bridal Fairs
Looking for all the special details to make your wedding day perfect? Need ideas on flowers, caterers, photographers, and honeymoons? Consider attending one or more of these Northeast Ohio Bridal fairs.
Sweetest Day Dinners and Special Packages
Sweetest Day, the October holiday for lovers that originated in Cleveland, is celebrated on the third Saturday in the month. Learn about special dinner packages and other events to share with your special someone.
Sweetest Day - National Holiday Founded in Cleveland
Sweetest Day, observed on the third Saturday of October, was started in Cleveland in 1922 by candy employee and philanthropist, Herbert Birch Kingston as a way to give something or do something nice to those less fortunate than ourselves. Originally called "The Sweetest Day of the Year," Sweetest Day has evolved into a romantic holiday, similar...
Father's Day Activities
Are you looking for something to do with day for Father's Day in northeast Ohio? Check out this list of fun activities, from an auto show to golf to a traditional brunch.
Nautica Charity Poker
Texas Hold 'Em returns to the west bank of the Flats for seventeen weekends from April 27 until October 8. The charity poker games, organized by developer, Dick Jacobs, start at $2 and go up to $20. Sunday tournaments start at $50. Players must be 21 years of age.
Cleveland Area Summer Art Festivals
Cleveland, and Northeast Ohio, has a rich history of arts and culture. In the summer, art comes outside in dozens of arts festivals. Some are serious juried shows; some feature up-and-coming local artists; all are interesting and fun. Check out your Guide's favorite area summer arts festivals (in date order).
Cleveland Summer Outdoor Concert Schedules (2006)
Cleveland has a variety of scenic and festive outdoor concert venues. Learn who's playing this summer at Blossom Music Center, in downtown Cleveland, and at Cain Park on Cleveland's east side, among others.
Mardi Gras Parties
The Tuesday before Lent, Fat Tuesday or Mardi Gras , is a traditional day of celebration and festivities before the comtemplation and abstinence of the Lenten season. Cleveland may be a thousand miles from New Orleans and several thousand from Rio, but the city still knows how to throw a Mardi Gras party. Check out these choices for a...
Where to Stay in Cleveland for the Gay Games 2014
Are you attending the Gay Games in Cleveland August 9-16, 2014? If so, we have what you need to know about finding a place to stay.