- WelcomeThe PNC Fairfax Connection is a free community resource center designed to strengthen and connect the community by empowering area residents and businesses to achieve their goals while celebrating the community's rich history and heritage.
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- HighlightsWEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 26, 2018 - Please join us for our 9th segment the PNC Fairfax Connection Speaker Series! This month we welcome executive hits producer, songwriter, and artist, Jeff "Tight" Roberson. ---- SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 29, 2018 - Please join us for our 6th Annual Celebration! The PNC Fairfax Connection is proud to celebrate our 6th year in the community. There will be refreshments, family friendly fun & games, live entertainment, & more!
- Speaker Series: September 26
Each month promises to bring new learning and will captivate all who attend to hear the very best of today's though leaders. The PNC Fairfax Connection Speaker Series has been carefully crafted to deliver a range of inspiring speakers - renowned entrepreneurs, community leaders, and award-winning journalists. This month we welcome Jeff "Tight" Roberson, music producer, recording artist, and song writer! Jeff has over 30 years of experience in the music industry. He will share his story and discuss: Not giving up on your dreams, the importance of learning from hardships and how it helps you grow, and how to make it in the business today. Please join us!
- Our 6 Year Celebration is THIS MONTH!
Please join us in celebrating 6 years of being open! There will be food, fun, and more!
- Superman was created in Cleveland!
Before there was Metropolis, there was Cleveland. When comic writer Jerry Siegel and artist Joe Shuster first came up with their iconic superhero creation in 1933, they were high school students at Cleveland's Glenville High School.
- The First Shopping Mall Opened in Cleveland!
The Cleveland Arcade, opened in 1890, is widely considered the first indoor shopping complex in America. Even better; its beautiful Victorian architecture and iconic skylight is still standing today