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News and Events

Drug Take Back Day

Published: April 29, 2017

Saturday, April 29 from 10 am - 2 pm Brecksville Square

Operation Medicine Cabinet, drop off unused prescription drugs. Please remove prescription labels before arriving.

Safety Awareness Day

Published: May 04, 2017

MetroHealth and the City of Brecksville will host a Community Safety Awareness Day

MetroHealth and the City of Brecksville will host a Community Safety Awareness Day on Thursday, May 4 from 9 to 2 at the Brecksville Human Services Center at
2 Community Drive, next to the Community Center.
The Brecksville Community Safety Awareness Day is an education and awareness event which will focus on health care and home safety.
A variety of activities will be offered throughout the day with plenty of safety giveaways.
Light refreshments will be served. Plus, attendees are welcome to enjoy the Human Services Center’s Thursday lunch at noon. The lunch is a three course hot meal and costs just $7. Reservations go fast so call 526-2499 by May 1.
For more information or to participate in Safety Awareness Day call the Human Services Center at 440-526-2499 or Janet Montoya at MetroHealth at 216-978-1244.

Let's Swing Together

Published: May 09, 2017

May 9 at 7pm Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School Auditorium

Big band jazz and swing fans, this is your chance to be entertained by two generations of musicians simultaneously in one big concert! Thanks to a grant from the Ohio Arts Council the Cleveland TOPS Swingband and the Brecksville Broadview Heights Middle School 6th, 7th and 8th grade jazz band kids will appear in a FREE concert at the Brecksville Broadview Heights High School auditorium on Tuesday, May 9 at 7 pm.
The evening is called, “Let’s Swing Together!” It’s an intergenerational concert featuring the Middle School students and the Cleveland TOPS Swingband.
The idea for the concert was conceived by Steve Paciorek, director of the City of Brecksville Human Services Center, and Amy Washabaugh, director of the City of Broadview Heights Human Services Center. Together they procured grant money from the Ohio Arts Council which is designated for engaging the senior population through the arts.
The Cleveland TOPS Swingband is a group of mostly retired professionals that includes music educators, area pit orchestra veterans and musicians with various band and orchestra backgrounds. Together the members of TOPS (Tough Old Pros) have over 1200 (!!) years of combined musical experience. TOPS is an eighteen piece big band with three vocalists. Their primary goal is to serve up a familiar repertoire of music that brought great fun and excitement to today’s seniors back in the day.
Meanwhile Scott Hanna, Director of the BBH Middle School Bands loved the idea and committed the school’s jazz band to join in the fun. He established the band as an after school activity with participation by audition. The students learn the basics of jazz improvisation and the culture of jazz music and play at least three shows during the school year.
And now the kids get to play with and learn from the “Tough Old Pros” in concert together on Tuesday, May 9 at 7 pm on the Brecksville Broadview Heights High School stage. Who knows, the ghosts of Glenn Miller, the Dorsey brothers, Benny Goodman and Stan Kenton might be sitting in the back smiling.

Shred Your Documents Day

Published: May 13, 2017

Sat, May 13, 9am-Noon at the muni-lot. In addition to shredding

In addition to our Shredding event
Boy Scout Troop #652 is sponsoring an Easter Seals ‘Fill the Truck’ drive in the Brecksville Municipal Parking lot on Saturday, May 13th, 9am-3pm. The Scouts are partnering with Easter Seals to help raise funds for children and adults with disabilities and to raise funds for a high adventure Scout trip in Summer 2017. Anything made of cloth will be accepted, including clothing, comforters, blankets, towels, sheets, shoes, stuffed animals and purses. Easter Seals is also accepting books/CDs/DVDs/VHS tapes, kitchenware, (dishes, silverware, pots/pans, etc.), small picture frames/wall hangings, childrens’ toys/games and knickknacks. Non-cloth items must be in good, clean working condition. Please bag/box cloth items separately from non-cloth items. All donations are tax deductible with receipts provided by Easter Seals. Please help us ‘Fill the Truck’! “All items will be reused, resold or recycled.”

Here's to Your Health

Published: May 25, 2017

Thursday, May 25  at 5:30 - 8:30 pm  at Brecksville Human Services Center Two Community Drive • Brecksville

Get Ready to Sample Fabulous Foods from Area Restaurants Including:
Augie’s Pizza
Austin’s Wood Fire Grille
Corbo’s Bakery
County Line Saloon
Courtyard Café
Creekside Restaurant
East of Chicago Pizza
Honey Hut Ice Cream
London Pickle Works
Narducci’s Bakery
Simon’s Restaurant & Deli
Talerico Catering
And More…
$30/person in advance and $35/person on the day of the event
Tickets can be purchased at Brecksville Human Services Center, Community Center or online at
Tickets include one entry for our raffle prizes
Additional tickets can be purchased at the event
For tickets call (440) 526-2499