CLEVELAND - Clevelanders will be parading and partying this Saturday.
Two yearly, ever-growing events are will bring thousands to city streets rain or shine.
The 24th annual Parade the Circle will kickoff at noon at Wade Oval in University Circle on Cleveland's east side.
At the same time, festivities will be revving up in the Gordon Square Arts District -- part of the Detroit Shoreway neighborhood on the city's west side.
That celebration is the fourth annual pARTy in Gordon Square.
Organizers told NewsChannel5 that, as in past years, free shuttle busses will operate between the two events from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m.
Both events feature art, music, food, interactive exhibits, performances and fun for all ages.