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Today is May 30, 2015 - North Olmsted, OH 44070  

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Saturday, May 30th, 2015

  • 14th Annual Ice Show | Arts and Entertainment
    Posted by Town Planner CLE

    14th Annual Ice Show
  • Copper River Salmon Run | Morning | Charity, Fundraiser, walk run 5K race Malachi Pier+W Copper+River
    Posted by LiefKarson Public Relations Ltd.

    Copper River Salmon Run - The Annual 5K Copper River Salmon Run at Lakewood Park celebrates Alaska’s famed Copper River salmon season and benefits Cleveland’s Malachi House. Lunch follows on Pier W’s patio with a wide array of burgers, wine, beer, drinks and awards!

    Learn more at our website

    Contact: Jessica Wilson. Phone: 216.831.3767. jwilson@studiothink.net
  • Yard Sale and Bake Sale - May 30, 9am-2pm | 9:00am - 2:00pm | Charity, Fundraiser, Yard Sale, Garage Sale
    Yard Sale and Bake Sale - May 30, 9am-2pm - Gently-used items, clothing, furniture, housewares, collectibles, etc. Homemade bake sale items. Refreshments.

    Learn more at our website

    Contact: Rev. Dr. Karl F. Fry, Pastor. Phone: 440.967.9886. stmatthewlutheranvermilion@yahoo.com
  • FREE Stranger Danger Classes! | 11:00am - 11:30am | Kids, Stranger Danger, Karate, AA Kenpo Karate, Children, Kids
    FREE Stranger Danger Classes! - AA Kenpo Karate is offering free Stranger Danger classes to the children in the surrounding communities throughout the month of May. These are active participation classes where the children will learn some of the basics of physically getting away from strangers while at the same time role playing what to do if they are approached by one.

    This is a free event for anyone ages 4-12 to increase Stranger Awareness in our children so they can stay safe. Classes will be from 11:00-11:30am on Saturday May 2nd, 9th, 16th, & 30th at AA Kenpo Karate located at 13221 Prospect Rd. Strongsville, OH 44149.

    For the past 26 years in business AA Kenpo Karate has been approached by parents, at the Karate studio and at all of the Daycares they teach at, wanting their children to learn these skills. AA Kenpo Karate realizes not everyone wants to or can afford to take full time Karate lessons so they are doing what they can to help out everyone in the surrounding communities.

    Just register online at http://www.AAKenpo.com under the "Free Stranger Danger Classes" tab!

    “Every child deserves to be safe” -Master Alan C. Babinec, owner


    Learn more at our website

    Contact: Alan Babinec. Phone: 440.572.3113. aakenpo@gmail.com

Sunday, May 31st, 2015

Tuesday, June 2nd, 2015

Wednesday, June 3rd, 2015

Saturday, June 6th, 2015

  • North Olmsted Community Scholarship 5K Race | 8:30am - | Charity, Fundraiser
    Posted by Town Planner CLE

    North Olmsted Community Scholarship 5K Race - Join Mayor Kevin Kennedy for the bicentennial edition of his annual 5K Race.

    Come for the race and stay for a special 200 meter dash, music, prizes, food, face painting and more. Bring a friend, join a team or race solo. The entire family is welcome! All proceeds benefit scholarships for area students. $20 entry fee.

    Come out for a good cause as we celebrate our city’s bicentennial!

    Learn more at our website

Sunday, June 7th, 2015

  • The Ligh of the South Incantation Class | 2:00pm - 3:00pm | Local Events
    The Ligh of the South Incantation Class - Hello Ohio, I’m coming to Goddess Elite on June 7th to teach you how to energetically forge your desires and manifest them into reality through spell-work. With 23 years of spell-work under my belt and my book Spell it Correctly published, I feel I need to let you know in advance that I’m about to take the magic out of spell-work and in that process I may disappoint some of you. But if you are going to learn about magic, I want you to really learn about it. Magic is not a pull-a-rabbit-out-of-my-hat-nothing-up-my-sleeve-Harry Potter/Charmed kind of deal. That, boys and girls is fiction. It is a lot of fun and very entertaining, but it isn’t real. It’s just Hollywood special effects.

    So what is Magic? Magic is using our own personal energy, the energy of the Earth, and Universal energy to transform ourselves, to change our world, to make something happen. We take our need –whether it is for money, love, a new house or a new job – and forge it with energy, charge it with emotion and send it out with the knowledge that we can make change occur. So you might be thinking, I thought magic was black robes, cauldrons, frog’s intestines, magic wands and dancing naked under the full moon light? Again, that’s Hollywood!

    Magic is in you! The ability to perform spells does not come through some supernatural avenue; it comes from you!

    Come to my free introduction to Spell-Work Class at Goddess Elite on June 7th to learn more. Practice a spell with me, you can have a look through my book “Spell it Correctly” I’ll be happy to answer your questions, sign your copy, and get you jumpstarted with manifestation through spell-work.

    Learn more at our website

    Contact: Goddess Elite. Phone: 440.777.7211.
  • Tish Owen is Appearing in North Olmsted | 3:00pm - 4:00pm | Local Events
    Tish Owen is Appearing in North Olmsted - Tish Owen, author of the acclaimed mystery thriller “A Death on Sunday” is making a trip to the Cleveland area June 7th. Tish will be signing books, taking questions, and spreading her good-natured always humorous southern charm. Tish can be described as a woman of abundance. Born and raised in the South she resides in Nashville, TN with her husband Patrick, a very silly Rottweiler, a cat who bosses everyone, a Fire-Bellied Tree frog, and an African Gray Parrot who is smarter than most humans. Writing in her unique style, Tish blends her love of southern culture, a plethora of idioms you only hear in the South, with intrigue and mystery unfolding among her cast of characters that people are wishing they could meet. - Come out you'll be as happy as a tick on a fat dog that you did.

    Learn more at our website

    Contact: Goddess Elite. Phone: 440.777.7211.
  • The Ligh of the South Incantation Class | 4:00pm - 5:00pm | Local Events
    The Ligh of the South Incantation Class - Hello Ohio, I’m coming to Goddess Elite on June 7th to teach you how to energetically forge your desires and manifest them into reality through spell-work. With 23 years of spell-work under my belt and my book Spell it Correctly published, I feel I need to let you know in advance that I’m about to take the magic out of spell-work and in that process I may disappoint some of you. But if you are going to learn about magic, I want you to really learn about it. Magic is not a pull-a-rabbit-out-of-my-hat-nothing-up-my-sleeve-Harry Potter/Charmed kind of deal. That, boys and girls is fiction. It is a lot of fun and very entertaining, but it isn’t real. It’s just Hollywood special effects.

    So what is Magic? Magic is using our own personal energy, the energy of the Earth, and Universal energy to transform ourselves, to change our world, to make something happen. We take our need –whether it is for money, love, a new house or a new job – and forge it with energy, charge it with emotion and send it out with the knowledge that we can make change occur. So you might be thinking, I thought magic was black robes, cauldrons, frog’s intestines, magic wands and dancing naked under the full moon light? Again, that’s Hollywood!

    Magic is in you! The ability to perform spells does not come through some supernatural avenue; it comes from you!

    Come to my free introduction to Spell-Work Class at Goddess Elite on June 7th to learn more. Practice a spell with me, you can have a look through my book “Spell it Correctly” I’ll be happy to answer your questions, sign your copy, and get you jumpstarted with manifestation through spell-work.

    Learn more at our website

    Contact: Goddess Elite. Phone: 440.777.7211.
  • Tish Owen is Appearing in North Olmsted | 5:00pm - 6:00pm | Local Events
    Tish Owen is Appearing in North Olmsted - Tish Owen, author of the acclaimed mystery thriller “A Death on Sunday” is making a trip to the Cleveland area June 7th. Tish will be signing books, taking questions, and spreading her good-natured always humorous southern charm. Tish can be described as a woman of abundance. Born and raised in the South she resides in Nashville, TN with her husband Patrick, a very silly Rottweiler, a cat who bosses everyone, a Fire-Bellied Tree frog, and an African Gray Parrot who is smarter than most humans. Writing in her unique style, Tish blends her love of southern culture, a plethora of idioms you only hear in the South, with intrigue and mystery unfolding among her cast of characters that people are wishing they could meet. - Come out you'll be as happy as a tick on a fat dog that you did.

    Learn more at our website

    Contact: Goddess Elite. Phone: 440.777.7211.

Thursday, June 11th, 2015

Friday, June 12th, 2015

  • LCCC Up-Close Campus Tour | Schools and Education
    Posted by Town Planner CLE

    LCCC Up-Close Campus Tour - LCCC Up-Close Campus Tour

    Starts at
    10am http://www.lorainccc.edu
  • Movies in the Park - FREE | 9:00pm - | Arts and Entertainment
    Movies in the Park - FREE - Grab a blanket and some snacks and come join us for a great family event.

    Three new fun and family friendly movies will be shown throughout the summer at North Olmsted Park. A free event for all! Movies start at dusk and are shown on a large screen just above the Community Council Pavilion.

    In the event of rain the movie will be shown inside the Community Cabin, so don’t let the weather scare you away.

    Learn more at our website

Sunday, June 14th, 2015

  • St. Rocco Bocce Tournament | Morning | Charity, Fundraiser
    Posted by St. Rocco Church

    St. Rocco Bocce Tournament - The Knights of St. John & the St. Rocco Youth Group will host their Annual Bocce Tournament on Sunday June 14th at St. Rocco Church (3205 Fulton Rd Cleveland, Ohio) from 8:30am-3:30pm at the Bocce Court behind the Daycare Center. First place team will each receive a trophy, bottle of wine, gift certificates to Rocky’s Restaurant, and $200 cash to split between teammates. Runner up will each receive a bottle of wine, gift certificates to Rocky’s Restaurant, and $100 cash to split. To register your four person team you can call Fred Antonucci at 216-676-8509. Cost of entry is $20 per team and must be entered before Saturday, June 13th so a tournament schedule may be made. Team Captains will be contacted and given their roll time. Also, a small Cornhole tournament will be available from 10:00am-3:00pm for those who do not have a registered bocce team. Cost per team is $20 and two top teams will receive prizes of gift certificates and bottles of wine. To register a Cornhole Team, please contact Anita Poole at 216-351-3262, teams must be registered before 9:30am day of tournament. Everyone is encouraged to come and cheer on their favorite teams and enjoy the day! The Youth Group will be selling sausage sandwiches, pasta salad, pop, coffee, water, and more. And don’t miss your chance to win our 50/50 and beautiful Chinese Raffle Baskets. All money received will be donated to the Youth Group to sponsor their activities. Buona Fortuna a Tutti!

    Contact: Anita Poole. Phone: 216.961.8331. strocco@live.com

Friday, June 19th, 2015

  • Duct Tape Festival | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs
    Posted by Town Planner CLE

    Duct Tape Festival - The Avon Heritage Duct Tape Festival returns showcasing duct tape in all forms including art, sculptures, fashion and more. It will be a celebration of duct tape, its enthusiasts, and its wacky and fun uses. The festival also honors the history and heritage of the city that is proclaimed the “Duct Tape Capital” of the world, home of Duck® brand duct tape, in Avon, Ohio. Rides, games and food will be part of the celebration, along with a Saturday morning duct tape parade! The festival, perfect for Father’s Day, features most dads’ favorite tool, but it’s fun for the whole family.
    (Admission and parking are Free)

    Learn more at our website
  • Vermilion Festival of Fish | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs
    Posted by Town Planner CLE

    Vermilion Festival of Fish - This festive event features a lighted boat parade on the river and a “Crazy Craft” boat race. Pull up a lawn chair and make a day of it riverside and take in the sun and “crazy crafts.” And if you get hungry, treat yourself to a Walleye or Perch sandwich. Now doesn’t that sound yummy? Oh, and there’s plenty of activities, entertainment and crafts too such as sand castle building contests and pageants. This is a fun Father’s Day weekend event featuring a fishing contest, games, vendors and Lake Erie perch. An outdoor marketplace with unique items for sale is also available.

    Learn more at our website

Sunday, June 21st, 2015

Friday, June 26th, 2015

  • Lorain International Festival | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs
    Posted by Town Planner CLE

    Lorain International Festival - A celebration of the ethnic diversity, and the religious and cultural heritage of the “International City.” The spotlight Nationality is different each year. The festival and bazaar runs Friday through Sunday where more than 40 nationalities are represented with ethnic foods, pastries, crafts, and non-stop entertainment. The festival also features a kids area full of rides and educational fun. The International Queen will be chosen during Thursday nights pageant which features our princesses representing their nationalities.
    The International parade takes place on Sunday.

    Learn more at our website
  • Ohio Scottish Games | Arts and Entertainment
    Ohio Scottish Games - Today and tomorrow!

    The Ohio Scottish Games are held at the Lorain County Fairgrounds in Wellington on the 4th Saturday every June.

    Established in 1977, this long standing event is presented by the members of the Scottish American Cultural Society of Ohio, an organization dedicated to the preservation and promotion of their proud Scottish heritage and ancestry.

    The Ohio Scottish Games highlight the traditional dance, music and athletics of the ancient Highland Games. This event is for the enjoyment of all Scots and friends as well as to introduce the Scottish Arts and traditions to the community.
    Come and join us for a fun, family day, full of entertainment for everyone!

    Friday June 26, 2015
    Advanced Price Gate Price

    Barbeque Dinner...................... $17.00 N/A
    Highland Concert & Ceilidh........... $10.00 $10.00
    Dinner, Concert & Ceilidh............. $25.00 N/A

    GAMES TICKETS - Saturday June 27, 2015
    Advanced Price Gate

    Adult.................................. $15.00 $17.00
    Senior (60 and over.) .................. $10.00 $12.00
    Junior (11 to 17)...................... $10.00 $12.00
    Children 10 and under ................. FREE FREE
    Family Packages:
    2 Junior or Senior + 2 Adults ............. $40.00 $45.00
    3 Junior or Senior + 3 Adults.............. $65.00 $70.00
    Group Packages:
    Group of 10................................ $130.00 N/A
    each additional person................. $13.00 N/A
    Group of 10 Seniors..................... $80.00 N/A
    each additional person................. $ 8.00 N/A

    Learn more at our website

Sunday, June 28th, 2015

Thursday, July 2nd, 2015

  • Chagrin Valley Jumper Classic | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs
    Posted by Town Planner CLE

    Chagrin Valley Jumper Classic - For the next 10 days, one of Northern Ohio’s summer highlights is the popular Hunter Jumper Classic, held every July at the Chagrin Valley’s picturesque Cleveland Metroparks Polo Field. In past years, the show has hosted more than 500 competitors from over 30 states and several foreign countries. The event is organized by the volunteers of the non-profit 501(c)(3) Chagrin Valley PHA (Professional Horsemen’s Association) Horse Show, Inc.

    The highlight of the show is the Cleveland Grand Prix. The Cleveland Grand Prix has historic significance in the equestrian world because it was the first show jumping grand prix held in this nation, debuting in 1965. In addition to the two weeks of exciting horse show jumping competition, the show also features the following: Opening weekend competition highlighting riders from Northeast Ohio and the surrounding areas. Family activities, canine events, great food and great shopping.

    Learn more at our website

Sunday, July 5th, 2015

Wednesday, July 8th, 2015

Friday, July 10th, 2015

  • Cain Park Arts Festival | Arts and Entertainment
    Cain Park Arts Festival - Today through Sunday!

    Meet 150 artists who will show you their jewelry, paintings, prints, drawing, fiber, sculptures, clay and glass works at one of America's top rated arts festivals.

    Gourmet food and entertainment too!

    Learn more at our website
  • Movies in the Park | 8:25pm - | Arts and Entertainment
    Movies in the Park - FREE event.

    Now Showing Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day.

    Grab a blanket and some snacks and come join us for a great family event. Three new fun and family friendly movies will be shown throughout the summer at North Olmsted Park. A free event for all! Movies start at dusk and are shown on a large screen just above the Community Council Pavilion. In the event of rain the movie will be shown inside the Community Cabin, so don’t let the weather scare you away.

Sunday, July 12th, 2015

Wednesday, July 15th, 2015

Thursday, July 16th, 2015

Sunday, July 19th, 2015

  • Family Concert Series | 6:00pm - 8:30pm | Arts and Entertainment
    Family Concert Series - FREE event.

    Multiple winners of Cleveland’s ‘Best Cover Band,’ Tricky Dick & the Cover-Ups combines an unbelievable array of party anthems and medleys with undeniable energy, personality, and musicianship.

Friday, July 24th, 2015

  • Cleveland Irish Cultural Festival | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs
    Cleveland Irish Cultural Festival - Today through Sunday!

    Tickets are $12 per person, and are available from ticket booths at both the Bagley and Eastland Road entrances. Parking is FREE and children under 10 gain FREE admittance.

    Learn more at our website

Sunday, July 26th, 2015

  • BIKEcentennial | 11:00am - 1:00pm | Reunion, Home Days, Get-Togethers
    BIKEcentennial - Bring the whole gang out for this free family friendly 5K bike ride starting and ending at North Olmsted Park. Explore our Bike Village, including bike experts with safety tips, helmet fittings and information on local rides, trails, rentals and biking resources. Kids are invited to check out our bike decoration station. Motorcycle enthusiasts are welcome to bring and browse bikes in Bike Village.

    The 5K bike ride will kick off at noon. At the conclusion of the ride, stick around in North Olmsted Park for the Community Council/Kiwanis community picnic!

    Pre-registration is recommended to reserve your BiKEcentennial t-shirt.
  • Community Picnic | 1:00pm - 4:00pm | Reunion, Home Days, Get-Togethers
    Community Picnic - Community Picnic

Saturday, August 1st, 2015

Friday, August 7th, 2015

  • North Ridgeville Corn Festival | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs
    Posted by Town Planner CLE

    North Ridgeville Corn Festival - Living in Northeast Ohio, everyone needs to go to at least one corn festival. Join the North Ridgeville community for three fun summer days and experience Amish-style corn. The festivities include a parade, live bands nightly, corn eating contest, car show, horseshoe tournament, rides, kids games, bed races, crafts and a midway.

    Learn more at our website
  • Movies in the Park | 8:05pm - | Arts and Entertainment
    Movies in the Park - Now Showing Big Hero 6 - FREE Event

    Grab a blanket and some snacks and come join us for a great family event. Three new fun and family friendly movies will be shown throughout the summer at North Olmsted Park. A free event for all! Movies start at dusk and are shown on a large screen just above the Community Council Pavilion. In the event of rain the movie will be shown inside the Community Cabin, so don’t let the weather scare you away.

Sunday, August 9th, 2015

Thursday, August 13th, 2015

  • Feast of the Assumption | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs
    Posted by Town Planner CLE

    Feast of the Assumption - Whether you’re Italian or not, this festival is popular for all walks of life. There is a traditional religious processional through the ethnic neighborhood streets following a mass at the church. Crowds are enormous as it seems all of northeast Ohio ascends on this little Italian-American community making it “Big Italy” if only for a few days. There is plenty of music, dancing, artwork, rides, and yes, great food. The area definitely is filled with an “old-world” atmosphere. The four-day celebration draws crowds of more than 100,000 annually. How can that many people be wrong? If you’re looking for old-world charm, culinary delight and beautiful cityscape, this is the place to see.

    Learn more at our website

Sunday, August 16th, 2015

Monday, August 24th, 2015

Thursday, August 27th, 2015

  • North Olmsted Homecoming Festival - North Olmsted’s annual Homecoming celebration features food, rides, carnival games, music and the Homecoming parade. 2015 is the 70th year for the Homecoming festival, which started as a celebration to welcome home soldiers from World War II. This yearly event is organized by volunteers with Community Council.

    Bring the family!

    Learn more at our website

Friday, August 28th, 2015

  • North Olmsted Homecoming Festival - North Olmsted’s annual Homecoming celebration features food, rides, carnival games, music and the Homecoming parade. 2015 is the 70th year for the Homecoming festival, which started as a celebration to welcome home soldiers from World War II. This yearly event is organized by volunteers with Community Council.

    Bring the family!

    Learn more at our website

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