6 Things to Do in Cleveland This Fall

There is nothing quite like fall in the Midwest and if you haven’t been to Cleveland lately, you might be surprised to see how the city has grown. It is now home to festivals, concerts, and other special events that make it a great place to live and work. If you want to get out and explore the city and enjoy the beautiful weather, here are 6 things to do in Cleveland this fall.


1. Cleveland Hard Cider and Doughnut Fest

Hi and Dry Bowling & Beer will be hosting this popular fall festival that features 6 local bars and restaurants that will be serving up hard cider and 2,000 doughnuts. It is a great family friendly event that provides the perfect opportunity to socialize, shop items from local vendors and artisans while also trying some truly unique sweets. You can sample the best fall flavors all in one location.


2. Kukui Haunted Music Festival

On October 26 and 27th, the KuKui Haunted Music Festival will be coming to The Oden Concert Club. This spooky 21 and over event is the perfect way for adults to celebrate Halloween and enjoy music from both local and guest DJs. Be sure to put on your best costume and get ready for a night of fun and dancing.


3. Fall Equinox Wine Dinner

Foodies should be sure to snag tickets to the Fall Equinox Wine Dinner hosted by Spice Kitchen + Bar. It is the perfect opportunity to taste seasonal dishes that feature fall root vegetables and squashes while also learning more about wine pairings. Sample the best products fro local farms and enjoy a full 4 course dinner.


4. Garden Bros Circus

If you need something that the kids will enjoy, check out the Garden Bros Circus at the International Exposition Center. The show is packed full of talented performers, great special effects and plenty of excitement to keep the kids engaged and entertained. 


5. PCG 2019: Oktoberfest

Enjoy drinks for a cause at Cleveland’s own Oktoberfest. On October 10th, the JD Breast Cancer Foundation will be celebrating their 20th anniversary and honoring those who have battled breast cancer. The Great Lakes Brewing Tasting Room will be hosting the event, which will include food, drinks and a raffle.


6. Big Name Concerts

Cleveland will also be hosting some must-see concerts this fall including Elton John on November 11th at the Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse. This is a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to see these iconic singers live at a world class venue.


6 Things to Do in Cleveland — Fall 2019 Summary

1. Cleveland Hard Cider and Doughnut Fest

2. Kukui Haunted Music Festival

3. Fall Equinox Wine Dinner

4. Garden Bros Circus

5. PCG 2019: Oktoberfest

6. Big Name Concerts


Living in Cleveland

As this vibrant city continues to grow, more people are looking for affordable housing in the area. Fortunately, there are a variety of new construction homes in Cleveland that provide beautiful family homes that are move-in ready.


Bentley Park

For example, the Bentley Park community, built by Cleveland homebuilder, Pulte Homes, is located just west of Cleveland and near Lake Erie. This new home community has just released new homesites. There are five different available designs that range from 3-7 bedrooms so that you can find the right style and size of home to fit your needs. You can also build a customizable home in this established neighborhood and enjoy a home that is filled with personal touches. With I-90 just a mile away, commuting to work will be a breeze.


Chestnut Woods

The Chestnut Woods community is another great option for families. This neighborhood is just south of Cleveland and offers sophisticated, luxury homes with modern touches. The wooded landscape provides plenty of natural beauty and privacy. Each of the 6 available designs features a flow-through floorplan for a functional home that can also be great for entertaining. Children will be a part of the Independence School District, which is one of the best in the area. You are sure to love being a part of this community. 


Cleveland is a family friendly city that will allow you to enjoy a great work/life balance that includes plenty of culture and entertainment. There is always plenty to do, especially in the fall as the summer heat dissipates and residents look for ways to celebrate the season. Whether you are thinking about moving to Cleveland or looking for a new community in the area, Pulte Homes offers plenty of options that will help you enjoy the city all year long.



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Published 11.3.19

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