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Your Cleveland Heights City Government
After Two Years Away, the 45th Annual Cain Park Arts Festival is Finally Here!
And you're not going to want to miss it!

Get ready for three fun-filled days of live entertainment, delicious food, and—of course!—amazing works of art from artists from all over the country for you to view, admire, and purchase! And admission is free!

3:00 PM–8:00 PM

10:00 AM–8:00 PM

NOON–5:00 PM
There are almost 100 artists participating in this year's Arts Festival. Take the challenge to see them all!
Food Concessions
Friday, July 8
European Almonds
Ohio Farm Direct
Pizzazz Pizza
Squash the Beef
Walking Taco

Saturday, July 9
European Almonds
Kona Ice
M & D Tasty Creations
Ohio Farm Direct
Walking Taco

Sunday, July 10
Barrio Food Truck
European Almonds
Ohio Farm Direct
Pizzazz Pizza
Squash the Beef
Evans Amphitheater
Friday, July 8
Spyder Stompers

Saturday, July 9
Juggernaut Jug Band

The Labra Brothers

Liz Bullock with Gavin Coe

Sunday, July 10
1:00pm-4:00pm, Jeff Varga

Alma Theater
Friday, July 8
Charlie Mosbrook, Morgan Mecaskey, and Friends

Saturday, July 9
12:30pm, 2:00pm, 3:00pm
Kulture Kids—Mission is Possible: What Comes Up, Must Come Down

Sunday, July 10
12:30pm, 2:00pm, 3:00pm
Kulture Kids—Ma’at is Missing: Deciphering Manners
And While You're at the Cain Park Arts Fest...
Stop by the Taylor Tudors' interactive kiosk and share your thoughts about what you would like to see in the Taylor Tudors buildings along Taylor Road. 
American Rescue Plan Public Engagement Meeting
The American Rescue Plan Act of 2021 or ARPA is a $1.9 trillion economic stimulus bill to speed up the United States' recovery from the economic and health effects of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Thursday, July 28
6:30 pm
Community Center
1 Monticello Boulevard
ARPA funds provide eligible state and local governments with a substantial infusion of resources to meet the needs of responding to the pandemic and rebuild a stronger and more equitable economy.

The City of Cleveland Heights was awarded $38.8 million and has been working to identify eligible projects. The City has already allocated $18 million for sewer projects and $10 million for revenue replacement.

On Thursday, July 28, at 6:30 pm, the City of Cleveland Heights will hold a public meeting at the Cleveland Heights Community Center, 1 Monticello Boulevard, about how the City should prioritize its remaining ARPA funds.
Next Cleveland Heights City Council Meeting
Monday, August 1

Cleveland Heights City Council is on recess during the month of July. The next City Council meeting will be Monday, August 1, at 7:30 pm, following the Council Committee of the Whole meeting, which will be held at 6:30 pm.

Both meetings will be streamed live and may be viewed on the City's YouTube channel. The agenda may be found on the City's website.

For more City meetings and event listings, please visit the City's calendar.
Cleveland Heights Senior Center Team Places Third In the 2022 Mind Challenge Tournament
A huge thank you and congratulations to the Cleveland Heights Senior Activity Mind Challenge team who placed third in the 2022 Mind Challenge Tournament.

In the photo above, team members Joanne Lint, Jim Young, Mary Jane Larsen, Mike Bailis, and Cary Seidman (Phyllis Whitriol not pictured) hold the trophy and $1,000 check they were awarded for their impressive showing.

Nice work team!
HEART in the Heights Raffle
HEART in the Heights is a local business raffle to support the arts during the entire month of July.

Twenty-seven Heights businesses have pledged to raise $1,000 for Heights Arts by contributing raffle items of $50 or more and inviting customers and patrons to purchase raffle tickets to win the items.

All raffle ticket proceeds will benefit Heights Arts and provide funding for its literary, musical, and visual arts programming. Winners will be announced live from Heights Arts on August 7, 2022, at 7:00 p.m.

The Heights Arts board, five Cleveland Heights City Council members, and Zagara’s Marketplace have contributed a total of $2,000 to create a grand prize package for four winners—one grand prize winner of $800 (16, $50 gift certificates) and three value prize winners of $400 (eight, $50 gift certificates) of their choice from participating businesses.

Raffle tickets are $5 per entry with an extra entry for every $15 spent. They can be purchased on-site at each participating business, or by selecting the raffle item from the Heights Arts website at www.heightsarts.org/heartintheheights.
Upcoming Cain Park Concerts
Visit CainPark.com for more information and to purchase tickets.
The Cleveland Heights-University Heights School District is Now Hiring Academic Success Tutors
The City of Cleveland Heights is Hiring!
Job openings in the Police Department, City Hall, Parks and Recreation, Public Works, and other departments may be found on the Cleveland Heights Job Opportunities webpage.
-- All Are Welcome --