August 2015 Membership Meeting: Mark your calendar for the next MainStreet membership meeting Monday, August 17 at noon at the Cleveland Elks Lodge. Lunch is $10.00. As always, guests and prospective members are welcome!
Five Points Farmers Market
Cleveland Apple Festival – October 17-18
Halloween Block Party
A Classic Christmas in Cleveland
Hardwick's is under new management.
Hardwick's is located at 80 Church Street, phone 790-5834. We are currently updating the interior and exterior of our store, but we will be open during renovations.
We encourage everyone to shop local to support our community.
Whether it's business or casual, we have you covered! You will find quality menswear such as jeans, suits, shorts, pants, shirts, socks, silk ties, cotton bow ties, belts, hats, fragrances, gloves, umbrellas, etc. This includes Tommy Bahama, John Peter of London and Bob Timberlake. We also carry merchandise made in the U.S.A. - Clifton Howard, Store Manager
MainStreet Cleveland is a non profit organization dedicated to the revitalization and promotion of historic downtown Cleveland, Tennessee.
Cleveland, TN has a proud heritage going back more than 160 years. It’s a fun place to visit and a great place to live. With so much to do and enjoy, everyone feels at home in Downtown Cleveland.
MainStreet Cleveland is composed of dedicated citizens, business owners, government officials and other friends who recognize the important role a vital downtown plays in preserving and furthering our community's identity, spirit and economy.
Remember all the delicious downtown dining choices:
The Museum Center at 5ive Points tells the story of the Ocoee Region through dynamic exhibits, creative programming, and local arts and crafts available for purchase in our Museum Store that feature local artists within a 150-mile radius. Our temporary gallery features rotating exhibits that highlight regional and national treasures while our permanent exhibit tells the story of Cleveland and Bradley County. We engage visitors of all ages through classes, lectures, camps, and demonstrations throughout the year. Visit www.museumcenter.org to find out more.