Events

  2021 Cleveland St. Patrick’s Day Parade canceled as pandemic persists

Not even luck from all the four-leaf clovers in Cleveland could keep the St. Patrick’s Day Parade marching on in 2021.

Seville-Guilford Fire Department gets dalmatian puppy for certified therapy K-9 to live at firehouse 24/7

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo extends Asian Lantern Festival through Oct. 4

  Gov. DeWine warns Ohioans to remain vigilant as local Labor Day events are held

Cleveland Marathon registration open for 2021 race weekend

Cleveland Burger Week returns with $6 showcases of local restaurants’ favorite flavors

  REVIVE: 19 News Anchor Erin Logan hosting free workshop for teen girls struggling with self-esteem

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Prayers From Maria sunflower field in Sandusky now in full bloom

Hygiene kits for kids and teens being distributed at Cleveland Public Library

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo Asian Lantern Festival offering drive-thru days

Cuyahoga Community College’s Virtual JazzFest adds third day

Ashtabula County Animal Protective League participating in Clear the Shelter Month

Summit County Fair opens Wednesday, days ahead of Governor’s restrictions

  Wellington Mayor expresses desire to cancel the Lorain County Fair as COVID-19 cases increase

Mayor Hans Schneider said he respects the fair as a private entity, but with the coronavirus cases soaring throughout the country, he doesn’t see how it could be held safely.

Mentor Rocks concerts suspended, CityFest canceled as COVID-19 cases surge

The Lake County General Health District confirmed no positive cases have been associated with Mentor Rocks.

Northeast Ohio cities still celebrating Fourth of July with fireworks amid coronavirus crisis (list)

Is your city celebrating with fireworks this weekend? Check it out here.

Rock Hall Live! summer concerts showcase Cleveland artists starting July 2

While many concerts have been canceled due to the coronavirus crisis, the show will go on at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame with their summer series showcasing Cleveland’s homegrown talent.

  Cleveland’s first drive-in EDM festival slated for Fourth of July weekend

  St. Malachi Parish race fundraiser doesn’t run from coronavirus

I-X Indoor Amusement Park canceled due to mass gatherings ban over coronavirus concerns

Sesame Street Live among multiple events canceled or postponed at Wolstein Center due to coronavirus concerns

  U.S. Census hosts reminder to include all children on census count

Prayers From Maria remembers McNamara on what would have been her 20th birthday

JoJo Siwa is coming to Cleveland for upcoming D.R.E.A.M. tour

Nickelodeon’s JoJo Siwa D.R.E.A.M. The Tour is coming to Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse at 7 p.m. on April 27, 2020 with special guest, The Belles.

  Mother who blames son’s death on addiction to drugs inspires others at 4th annual Recovery Walk and Rally

It’s never too late to seek help, and in the words of Michael’s mother, “If the needle doesn’t get you, the bullet will.”

Wadsworth police to help veteran by participating in third-annual ‘No Shave November’ campaign

Wadsworth Police Department to help veteran by participating in "No Shave November."

Fundraiser benefits the completion of the Cleveland African-American Cultural Garden

For more than 100 years, Cleveland’s Cultural Gardens have celebrated the city’s unique diversity with beautiful green spaces along Martin Luther King Drive.

  Survivors, supporters gather for 18th annual breast cancer awareness walk in downtown Cleveland

Hundreds of people, hopeful to find a cure to breast cancer, gathered in Public Square for this year’s “Making Strides” walk to raise funds and spread awareness.

  Twinsburg community gathers to support fatal crash victims and survivors

It’s a fundraiser with games, food, raffles and music, designed to help ease the burden from the accident.

Shanerock Run raises money, awareness for children with pediatric cancer

Every year, the Shanerock Run works to raise money and awareness for children with cancer and their families. On Sunday, close to 1,500 people came to walk, run, and provide support for pediatric cancer patients.

  José Feliciano honored as special guest at Hispanic Convention in Cleveland

Hispanic Clevelanders gathered at Max Hayes High School for this year’s edition of the Hispanic Convention. This year, Grammy-winning guitarist and singer José Feliciano was the featured guest for the event that promotes and celebrates Cleveland’s Hispanic population.

  56th annual Grape Jamboree in Geneva is stomped with sunny skies and delicious times

For more than five decades, hundreds trek to the town of Geneva for the delicious festival that celebrates the grape harvest.

  Jewish Federation of Cleveland helps raise millions for those in need here and halfway across the world

So far this year, the Jewish Federation of Cleveland have been able to raise over $15 million that will help alleviate the needs of communities here in Northeast Ohio and the world.

Sunflowers starting to bloom at Maria’s Field of Hope in Avon

The organization said only a portion the flowers planted are blooming so far because the field has experienced soil nutrient challenges this year.

  Cleveland Oktoberfest 2019 celebrates culture while giving back to 50 organizations around the community

Cleveland Oktoberfest is celebrating its 15 years this Labor Day weekend. And although people may see this event as a beer festival, organizers say it’s something much more.

  Northeast Ohio rally and vigil for mass shooting victims calls for reform

On Saturday night, dozens of Cuyahoga Falls residents gathered on the lawn outside the First Christian Church, calling for reforms that would reduce gun violence. The rally and vigil followed two deadly shootings, one in El Paso, Texas, and one in Dayton, Ohio, that killed nearly 30 people.

  Susan G. Komen More Than Pink walk in Northeast Ohio raises thousands of dollars to find cure for breast cancer

The More Than Pink Walk is the new signature event for Komen in Northeast Ohio. It’s meant to inspire, educate, and raise money to end breast cancer for good.

8 things you need to know before heading to the North Ridgeville Corn Festival

With the Corn Festival is taking over North Ridgeville this weekend, you can bet the police department prepared the town for the festivities.

Prayers from Maria sunflower fields expected to bloom in a few weeks

The Prayers from Maria Children’s Glioma Cancer Foundation said the sunflowers in Avon and Cedar Point are growing strong.

Inspectors at Ohio State Fair shut down 5 rides — 1 permanently — after finding corrosion

Eighteen-year-old Tyler Jerrell was killed and seven people were injured when the swinging and spinning Fire Ball ride broke apart on the state fair’s midway back on July 26, 2017.

New statues, education center honor Neil Armstrong in Ohio

New statues of astronaut Neil Armstrong will be displayed and an education center dedicated in his name as his small Ohio hometown celebrates its native son's history-making moon mission 50 years ago this month

  MLB and Make-A-Wish Foundation make All-Star dreams come true

So far, the Make-A-Wish Foundation has granted over 316,000 wishes.That’s more than the official number of home runs hit in the history of the MLB.

Here’s all you’ll need for the 2019 MLB All-Star Week in the CLE

As the city of Cleveland gets ready for a special week in the spotlight for Major League Baseball’s All-Star Week, we want to make sure you’re ready too!

  Historic Shaker Square relying on community member input for renovation plans

The 90-year-old, second oldest planned shopping district is due for physical and operational improvements inside the square, directly around it, and in its connectivity to adjacent neighborhoods.

Celebrate Father’s Day at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo with free admission for dads

Looking for a last minute plan to celebrate Father’s Day with your papa bear?

Thousands expected in Akron to mark A.A.'s founding

Thousands of visitors are expected in Akron this weekend to celebrate the Depression-era founding of Alcoholics Anonymous

  Piper’s Legacy calling all ‘kid ninjas’ to Rock the Challenge for raise funds for pediatric cancer research

The legacy of a 6-year-old girl who bravely fought the cancer that took her life lives on through her family’s efforts to raise funding to find a cure.

Mothers get into Cleveland Metroparks Zoo for free on Mother’s Day

The Cleveland Metroparks Zoo is giving mothers free admission on May 12!

  Avon fundraiser for Friendship Animal Protective League helps pets go from “Wags to Riches”

The 10th annual “Wags to Riches” fundraiser for the Friendship Animal Protective League of Lorain County was a paw-some success.

  Cleveland remembers victims killed in Alabama tornadoes

The prayer service also served as a fundraiser to give hope to the impacted community.

  Cleveland celebrates Black History Month with ceremonial flag raising

Black History Month was celebrated with the 45th annual ceremonial flag raising at Cleveland City Hall.

  Cleveland’s Donut Fest gives a sweet treat to attendees and charity

Attendees satisfied their sweet tooth while contributing to a great cause with each ticket sold benefiting the Greater Cleveland Food Bank.

Rock & Roll Hall of Fame offering free admission to any furloughed government employee

The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame wants to provide a distraction for those affected by the longest government shutdown in U.S. history.

Cleveland Indians Tribe Fest 2019 hits it out of the park

The Cleveland Indians' seventh annual Tribe Fest hit it out of the park with the multitude of activities for all ages to see and do.

  Barber who used to be homeless helps out the less fortunate

Hands-on Northeast Ohio held an event today to help hundreds who are living in our region without a home.

Tribe Fest 2019 packed with activities for all ages will be the biggest yet

The Cleveland Indians’ seventh annual Tribe Fest on Jan. 12 is set to be the biggest yet in the history of the event.

Flats East Bank offering Flat Out Free Parking

The Flats East Bank has announced a new promotion patrons can enjoy this winter while exploring some of their most popular venues.

  Holiday spirit and ingenuity collide at Kringle’s Inventionasium Experience in Downtown Cleveland

Mr. Kringle’s Inventionasium is a landmark spot for the holidays; through a theatrical performance the crew inspires everyone in an earshot to dream big.

  Winterfest lights up Public Square to kick off Cleveland holiday season

Winterfest is officially kicking off the holiday season in Cleveland to get your holly jolly on this Saturday.

Put-in-Bay ‘Christmas in July’ canceled after unruly crowds overwhelmed island this past summer

The Put-in-Bay Visitors and Convention Bureau announced this week that Christmas in July is canceled indefinitely due to unruly crowds.

Barberton Mum Fest still on display

Peak fall color is later this year for much of Northeast Ohio however in Barberton, two weeks after the annual Mum Fest the mums are just coming into their full glory.

  Akron doctor to receive ‘Never Give Up Award’ at Race for the Cure

This Satuday, Al Ciraldo will be at Akron's Komen Race for the Cure for the nineteenth year. The team he puts together, called Ciraldo's Crusaders, honors the memory of Ciraldo's wife, Debbie, who died in 2001 of breast cancer.

  Boo at the Zoo returns Oct. 12 to the Cleveland Zoo

Boo at the Zoo returns Oct 12 for three weeks

  Cleveland Botanical Garden daily butterfly release creates “amazing” experience

Thousands of butterflies have taken flight at the Cleveland Botanical Gardens, but before they take flight visitors can hold them just hours or minutes after they have emerged from pupa.

Monarch Butterflies visit Cleveland’s Whiskey Island before fall migration

Monarch Butterflies stop on Whiskey Island before migrating south.

  Combat-tested warbirds soar at Akron's Props and Pistons Festival

The Props and Pistons Festival will be held this weekend at the Akron Executive Airport.

Free haircuts offered to students heading back to school

The "Cuts for Kids" program allows parents to save money on the cost of sending the kids back to school while giving Remington College students real world, hands-on experience.

  Many sprinting toward Komen Race For The Cure here in Cleveland

We're counting down to the 25th Annual Komen Race For the Cure this Saturday, where thousands of breast cancer survivors will run or walk to raise money for the organization.

  Komen Race for the Cure: Shelly's Soldiers in Pink paying it forward

It's hard to find anyone these days who's life hasn't been touched in some way by breast cancer.

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo announces Asian Lantern Festival extension

Cleveland Metroparks Zoo announces Asian Lantern Festival extension The Cleveland Metroparks Zoo announced it will extend the Asian Lantern Festival through Labor Day, September 3.

  Your Cleveland hot ticket weekend has dragons, luaus, graffiti and civil war

There are only a few weekends left before your summer fun is over so this week's Cleveland Hot Ticket is helping you to find the great events outdoors this weekend.

Spin for Din

Secure your bike TODAY for the 2nd Annual SPIN FOR DIN fundraising ride to benefit the Hunger Network! Hosted by Psycle (tm) - an indoor cycling and fitness studio Sunday, June 7th at Crocker Park's Paradigm Theater, you won't want to miss this wild outdoor cycling experience featuring live entertainment by DJ Smoov and excitement for all! Sign up at psycletherapy.com!Copyright 2015 WOIO. All rights reserved.