Cain Park 14591 Superior Rd, Cleveland Heights, OH44118 Cain Park is located on Superior Road in Cleveland Heights. This location is central to the city of Cleveland…More Heights. Cain Park has a theatre for seasonal concerts and is home to the summer arts festival. It's also a popular destination in the winter for sledding. This location has four basketball hoops and six lighted tennis courts. A Pavilion and amphitheater is also found at this location.
When asked about what makes Cleveland Heights great, residents almost always discuss the diversity of the community.…More About 53 percent of the population is white, 42 percent black, 3 percent Asian and 2 percent Latino according to the last census, although more accurate data will be available after the 2010 results are published. The slogan for the city of about 47,000 is "Home to the Arts," as the Cedar Lee Theatre, Dobama Theatre, Heights Arts Gallery, Cain Park Arts Festival and events and the Coventry Street Arts Fair are located in the eight square mile city. Several businesses and community resources are located within walking distance of residential neighborhoods, including restaurants, boutiques, coffee shops, banks, grocery stores and libraries.
City Hall houses several government offices including finance, planning and zoning, historic preservation, community services, law, municipal court, police, fire, utilities, water and sewer.
Big Fun 1814 Coventry Rd, Cleveland Heights, OH44118 Big Fun is a toy store stocked up to the rafters with unique and one-of-a-kind toys and other fun stuff. It's been…More called one of the "20 coolest stores in America" by www.playboy.com and has been sitting on the Coventry strip of other unique stores for more than 20 years. Collectibles from the 80s are one of the hottest commodities. Owner Steve Presser likes to consider himself a modern archaeologist of old and hard-to-find collectibles that have been sitting in warehouses for decades. He says people come here from all over the world including rock stars and Hollywood celebrities to check out the fun. Big Fun also has a custom Cleveland section of the store with several Cleveland-oriented items. As an active member of the community, Steve has run the Coventry Street Arts festival and also sponsored a movie night at a park up the street.