Saturday was a whirlwind of excitement! The Cleveland Civic Center hosted it’s first ever event, Extreme Midget Wrestling, and it went of without a hitch. If you were unable to attend, you missed out on a sold out show that entertained just shy of 500 spectators. We have had such amazing feedback that we will be welcoming EMWF back next year!
If you weren’t able to attend, have a look at all the fun and excitement you missed out on.
A big thank you to the community from all of us at The Cleveland Civic Center for making our event such a success!
Images courtesy of Maja Buck
Our quaint little hometown, Cleveland, has a lot to offer. The Cleveland Civic Center would like to compile the most comprehensive list of things-to-do in, and around Cleveland so that all visitors that may ever come our way will know all of the wonderful things we have to offer. As with anywhere, no one person knows all the town has to offer, which is why we will keep this survey available.
If you know of a fun family activity, a public event, a great way to spend downtime, or anything in between we would love to hear about it! Let us know what you do around Cleveland!
Email us about your fun on a budget!
Have a great day, and Keep it Classy, Cleveland!
The Annual Bunny Blast is quickly approaching and we are graciously accepting donations of hard candy (no chocolate, please) and plastic eggs. You can drop off your donation to the Cleveland Civic Center at 210 Peach Avenue, Cleveland, TX 77327 between the hours of 8am to 5pm.
The City of Cleveland is considering making changes to an ordinance involving noise pollution.
The proposal, made by Councilman Jorge Cuellar at the Feb. 11 council meeting, would extend the hours for loudspeakers and amplifiers to be played at Stancil Park, Cleveland Civic Center and other public parks from the current 11 p.m. to 1 a.m. on any weekday.
To read more…http://www.yourhoustonnews.com/cleveland/news/cleveland-council-puts-noise-pollution-issue-on-replay/article_b57c1753-03f2-5890-be8d-a663a04dd653.html
It seems like most of the time, car-wash fundraisers are held for things like new football uniforms or tickets for the marching band’s trip to regionals. Not this time, not in Cleveland, Texas.
A family in the Houston-area town is raising money to help pay for a relative’s funeral by offering car washes to people passing by the local AutoZone, KHOU.com reports. The family is also selling barbecue.
To read more: http://news.yahoo.com/family-raises-money-for-funeral-expenses-by-washing-cars–selling-bbq-173826794.html?vp=1