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LIST: Need a break from the heat? Here are some local cooling centers to chill in

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Posted at 3:36 PM, Jun 21, 2022
and last updated 2022-06-21 15:36:30-04

CLEVELAND — With temperatures forecasted to be in the 80s and 90s this week, Cleveland and Akron have opened their doors to multiple recreation and community centers to help beat the heat.

June forecast

CLEVELAND
The following locations will be open Tuesday and Wednesday from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. in Cleveland.

Zelma George Neighborhood Resource & Recreation Center
3155 Martin L. King Blvd.

Collinwood Neighborhood Resource & Recreation Center
16300 Lakeshore Blvd.

Halloran Skating Rink
3550 W. 117 St.

Kovacic Neighborhood Resource & Recreation Center
6250 St. Clair Ave.

Michael Zone Neighborhood Resource & Recreation Center
6301 Lorain Ave.

Sterling Neighborhood Resource & Recreation Center
1380 E. 32 St.

Frederick Douglass Neighborhood Resource & Recreation Center
15401 Miles Ave.

Glenville Neighborhood Resource & Recreation Center
680 E. 113th St.

AKRON
All of Akron's community centers will be open during normal business hours this week for anyone who wants to come in and cool off. Currently, the city said it won't be extending the hours of each community center.

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