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:
Thank you to all of those who attended our “Back Alley Gallery” test site on March 8 as part of the Thriving Communities Design Thinking grant project. More than 50 people came out to view the project and provided feedback. Responses where overwhelmingly positive about transforming the underutilized alley spaces into charming art galleries. The overall three-year goal is for Downtown Cleveland “to be known as an emerging arts, culture and innovation district.” This project is only the first many activities and actions required to reach the goal.
June 2016 Membership Meeting: The Mainstreet Cleveland membership luncheon is Monday, June 20 at the Elks Lodge. Join us at 12:00 for a buffet lunch and program by Jeff Moorelock with a historical look at downtown businesses. Lunch is $11 at the door and be sure to bring a guest.
Downtown Farmers Market
MainStreet Cruise-In - The 4th Saturday of each month, April - October- 1 to 6 p.m.
Cleveland Apple Festival – October
Halloween Block Party
A Classic Christmas in Cleveland
Fourth Saturday of Each Month, April - October from 1 to 6 p.m. One of the best cruise-ins around. Held in downtown Cleveland, Tennessee around the courthouse. There is no entry fee to exhibit a vehicle or attend the cruise-in and it is open to all vehicles – antique, classic, muscle, street rods, and special interest.
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.
Introducing the ALL-NEW MUSEUM STORE now open at the Museum Center.