Check out our list of five things you need to know about Cleveland Heights this week.
1. There will be a soccer kick-out and groundbreaking event at at 4:30 p.m. on Saturday. . Mayor Ed Kelley said it is in part to enjoy and play on the field that is more than a decade old before it is changed and to celebrate the new field.
2. Tickets are on sale for the , which showcases 500 student musicians from the Cleveland Heights-University Heights School District. The concert is scheduled for April 11 at Severance Hall.
3. Residents of Cleveland Heights, University Heights and South Euclid are to discuss development in the cities at 7 p.m. Thursday at . The event is sponsored by Future Heights, free and open to the public. City Council also has its regular meeting tonight at 7:30 in , and the Cleveland Heights-University Heights School Board meets Tuesday night at 7 at the building.
4. Kindergarten registration for the Cleveland Heights-University Heights School District starts Tuesday, and elementary schools will hold open houses throughout the month.
5. The 26th annual Swim for Diabetes is April 8 through April 10 at 50 pools across Northeast Ohio. Proceeds go to the Diabetes Association of Greater Cleveland. To find out more details, volunteer or donate, visit the Diabetes Association's website.