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Visiting Cleveland & Northeast Ohio
Cleveland is full with culture and character, and summertime serves as an invitation for visitors to experience both through a variety of events, festivals, and sports.
To champion core values of ecological conservation, environmental protection, and sustainability education, the Burning River Foundation presents the 2016 Great Lakes Burning River Festival on August 26th and 27th. The celebration draws thousands to Whiskey Island each year with live music, eco-themed games and activities, cooking demonstrations, and more.
From Mentor to Wooster to Norwalk, sports fans from all over northeast Ohio flock to Progressive Field in downtown Cleveland to root the Cleveland Indians on at home games through the first week of October. Die-hard fans won’t want to miss the action when the Indians go to bat against division rivals, the Detroit Tigers, in a three-game series, July 4th through 6th.
To experience one of the many facets of the city’s culture this summer, be a part of the 118th Annual Feast of the Assumption, in Cleveland’s Little Italy area. The famous four-day festival is expected to draw over 100,000 people on August 12th through 15th, closing down Mayfield Road and the streets surrounding Holy Rosary Church. Visitors get to taste the recipes of local, family-owned Italian eateries, and the festivities include rides, raffles, and fireworks.
For families visiting with young children this summer, the Great Lakes Science Center is full of educational fun. This summer’s special exhibit is Sports Arena, which goes through the first week of September. The exhibit shows kids how momentum, inertia, force and motion all come together to explain the science behind sports.
Dad will likely send a longing gaze across the street toward FirstEnergy Stadium, where the NFL’s Cleveland Browns are preparing for this fall's season. Serious football fans can scout which players will make the cut as the Browns host the Atlanta Falcons for preseason action on August 21st, but the first regular season home game is September 18th against the Baltimore Ravens.
Just minutes south of Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport, the Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds host the 2016 Cleveland Labor Day Weekend Oktoberfest, September 2nd through 5th. This year marks the 11th anniversary for the event, which has grown to become northeast Ohio's largest annual outdoor festival. The celebration features food, a variety of live entertainment, the Bavarian Shopping Village, arts and crafts markets, kids' activities, vintage car shows, and, of course, plenty of beer.
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