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Tuesday, October 23rd, 2018

  • | 10:00am - 5:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Art Exhibition, Things to do in Cuyahoga Falls
    - Cuyahoga Valley Art Center 35th Annual Juried Exhibition
    The Cuyahoga Valley Art Center Offers Artists the Opportunity to Participate in a Juried Exhibition in Seven Art Categories

    The Cuyahoga Valley Art Center (CVAC), 2131 Front Street Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44221, have invited artists nationwide to enter CVAC’s 35th Annual Juried Exhibition, to be on display in their gallery from October 1st – November 2nd. Holding an annual juried exhibition has been a tradition at CVAC for 35 years now. This year they have elevated the structure of this exhibition to the artists advantage.

    “Our annual juried exhibition will be arranged by media in 7 different categories for submission: Watercolor Media, Water Based Media, Oil Based Media, Dry Media, Mixed Media, 3-Dimensional Media & Photographic Media.” tells Danielle Dieterich, Director of CVAC. “We offer a plethora of classes here at CVAC covering everything from watercolor, acrylic and oil painting to drawing, ceramics and woodcarving. We wanted to ensure that our categories highlight the different artistic medias that our art center specializes in.”

    In previous years, the exhibition was not juried and only one first, second and third-place winner were selected. This juried exhibition will have 7 “Best of” Category winners, 7 People’s Choice individual category winners and up to 18 honorable mentions. The a juror, will select a “Best of” Category winner and up to three honorable mentions for each category. A People’s Choice Selection process, starting October 2nd, shall dictate a People’s Choice Category winner for each category, to be announced at the end of the artist reception on October 19th.

    The Best of Category winners shall receive a cash prize, to be recognized and distributed at the 35th Annual Juried Exhibition artist reception on October 19th from 5:00 – 8:00 PM. This reception is free to the public.
    Cuyahoga Valley Art Center
    2131 Front Street Cuyahoga Falls OH 44221
    Cuyahoga Valley Art Center Front Desk 330.928.8092 cvac@cvartcenter.org
  • | 1:00pm - 2:00pm | Local Events
    - Community Wellness Presentation
    “What Can You Do To Reduce Your Cancer Risk?”
    Tuesday, October 23, 2018
    1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
    The Valley Inn Restaurant at CVCC
    -Hosted by CVCC and presented in collaboration with the Cleveland Clinic.
    -Light refreshments prepared by CVCC’s Culinary Arts students will be served.

    Join Rosemary Field, APRN, Oncology Clinical Nurse Specialist from the Cleveland Clinic’s Office of Clinical Education to discuss recommended cancer-prevention tips and the evolving cancer preventative measures. If you are concerned about cancer prevention, take comfort in the fact that there are simple lifestyle changes available that can make a big difference.

    Free event, registration required.
    Register by: October 16, 2018 to Darden Blake at
    dblake@cvccworks.edu, 440.746.8242 or online at: click for details
    Cuyahoga Valley Career Center
    8001 Brecksville Rd. Brecksville OH 44141
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    This workshop will help improve your financial skills to take your business to another level and get a sustainable edge over your competition.

    Purchase any ActionCLUB workshop individually or invest in the entire workshop package.

    Individual ActionCLUB workshops are $195/EA
    (Workshop #5 is $295)

    Purchase all 7 workshops for $1,270 and received one workshop free!
    ActionCOACH Offices
    6909 East Royalton Road, Suite 301, Brecksville OH 44141
    Brian Alquist 855.905.8634 brianalquist@actioncoach.com

Wednesday, October 24th, 2018

  • | 10:00am - 5:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Art Exhibition, Things to do in Cuyahoga Falls
    - Cuyahoga Valley Art Center 35th Annual Juried Exhibition
    The Cuyahoga Valley Art Center Offers Artists the Opportunity to Participate in a Juried Exhibition in Seven Art Categories

    The Cuyahoga Valley Art Center (CVAC), 2131 Front Street Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44221, have invited artists nationwide to enter CVAC’s 35th Annual Juried Exhibition, to be on display in their gallery from October 1st – November 2nd. Holding an annual juried exhibition has been a tradition at CVAC for 35 years now. This year they have elevated the structure of this exhibition to the artists advantage.

    “Our annual juried exhibition will be arranged by media in 7 different categories for submission: Watercolor Media, Water Based Media, Oil Based Media, Dry Media, Mixed Media, 3-Dimensional Media & Photographic Media.” tells Danielle Dieterich, Director of CVAC. “We offer a plethora of classes here at CVAC covering everything from watercolor, acrylic and oil painting to drawing, ceramics and woodcarving. We wanted to ensure that our categories highlight the different artistic medias that our art center specializes in.”

    In previous years, the exhibition was not juried and only one first, second and third-place winner were selected. This juried exhibition will have 7 “Best of” Category winners, 7 People’s Choice individual category winners and up to 18 honorable mentions. The a juror, will select a “Best of” Category winner and up to three honorable mentions for each category. A People’s Choice Selection process, starting October 2nd, shall dictate a People’s Choice Category winner for each category, to be announced at the end of the artist reception on October 19th.

    The Best of Category winners shall receive a cash prize, to be recognized and distributed at the 35th Annual Juried Exhibition artist reception on October 19th from 5:00 – 8:00 PM. This reception is free to the public.
    Cuyahoga Valley Art Center
    2131 Front Street Cuyahoga Falls OH 44221
    Cuyahoga Valley Art Center Front Desk 330.928.8092 cvac@cvartcenter.org
  • | 2:00pm - 6:00pm | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs, pumpkins, hayrides, scavenger hunts, family fun, fall, harvest
    - Heritage Farms offers many family activities including the scavenger challenge and corn maze, pumpkins, gourds, straw bales and corn stalks and a hayride, from Saturday, September 29th thru Sunday October 28th, 2018. Don’t be surprised by a visit from a Fairy or two and live music from your favorite musicians during the weekends of Pumpkin Pandemonium. We love animals here at Heritage Farms but for the safety of our customers and staff - please do not bring your pets. Sorry, no outside food. Several activity passes are available or get a bundle or a family pack for your group! Free parking and free entrance into our pumpkin yard and concession stand. We’re open from 10-5 on Sat and Sun, and 2-6 on Wed, Thurs and Fri. details on our website click for details

    #pumpkinpandemonium

    2018 Pumpkin Pandemonium Prices (ages 3-100)

    Activities Only: $9.00
    Hayride Only: $4.00
    Maze or Scavenger Hunt Only: $5.00
    Activity & Hayride Bundle: $11.00
    Family 4-Pack: $42.00
    Includes 4 Activity Wristbands & 4 Hayrides
    Family 10-Pack: $100.00
    Includes 10 Activity Wristbands & 10 Hayrides

    Activities included with purchase of an activity wristband:
    Maze
    Two Scavenger Hunts – Fall Friends Trail & The Scavenger Challenge
    Straw Bale Bird Nest
    Pumpkin Rolling
    Scarecrow Bean Bag Throw
    Corn Box
    Coloring Wall
    Straw Tunnel
    Slide
    Skee Ball
    Leaf Pile (if Mother Nature drops her leaves)
    Photo Spots:
    How Tall This Fall
    Bride and Groom
    Scarecrow Playground
    ...And More!

    Weekday hours are Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm.
    Product sales and maze and scavenger challenge only, will be open weekdays.

    Weekend hours are 10:00 am to 5:00 pm both Saturday and Sunday for all activities, hayrides and product sales. Concession stand will be open on Saturdays and Sundays.

    Friday October 12 (No school in many county schools) we will be open with all activities and hayrides from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm.

    Groups are welcome and may purchase tickets in advance on our website click for details

    The Crooked Kettle Popcorn Company will be here Oct.6th selling prepopped kettle corn and they'll be popping here on October 7th.

    Caty Petersilge will be dazzling us with her fiddle from 11 to 1 on Saturday October 20th!

    Autumn, the Fall Fairy will be here Saturdays October 6, 13 and 20 from 11 am to 1 pm

    The Spider Fairy will be here Sundays October 7, 14, and 21 from 11 am to 1 pm.

    Brent Kirby will be here playing music on Sundays October 7, 14, and 21 from 11 am to 1 pm.


    Heritage Farms (330) 657-2330
    6050 Riverview Road, Peninsula, Ohio, 44264
    click for details
    click for details
    click for details
    click for details
    Come enjoy Fall Family Fun at Heritage Farms
    Heritage Farms
    6050 Riverview Road Peninsula OH 44264
  • - ExecuStyle Salon & Boutique is looking for professional hair stylists and makeup artists looking to join the tribe within Hollywood glam studio in a trendy busy Broadview Heights location. Come check it out! Email at: ExecuStyleLLC@gmail.com and be sure to put salon applicant in the subject otherwise it may get deleted or put in spam. Thank you! #boothrental #hairstylist #makeupartist #mua #clehairstylist #clevelandhairstylist #loft #studio #salon #modernsalon #beyourownboss #dowhatyoulove #makeup #mirabella #unitehair #broadviewheights #brecksville #cle
    8047 Broadview Rd, Broadview Heights, Ohio 44147
    ExecuStyle
    8047 Broadview Rd Broadview Heights OH 44147
  • | NATL - Moon Phases
    - Moon enters Full Moon phase 12:45 PM, EDT.
     
           

Thursday, October 25th, 2018

  • | 10:00am - 5:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Art Exhibition, Things to do in Cuyahoga Falls
    - Cuyahoga Valley Art Center 35th Annual Juried Exhibition
    The Cuyahoga Valley Art Center Offers Artists the Opportunity to Participate in a Juried Exhibition in Seven Art Categories

    The Cuyahoga Valley Art Center (CVAC), 2131 Front Street Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44221, have invited artists nationwide to enter CVAC’s 35th Annual Juried Exhibition, to be on display in their gallery from October 1st – November 2nd. Holding an annual juried exhibition has been a tradition at CVAC for 35 years now. This year they have elevated the structure of this exhibition to the artists advantage.

    “Our annual juried exhibition will be arranged by media in 7 different categories for submission: Watercolor Media, Water Based Media, Oil Based Media, Dry Media, Mixed Media, 3-Dimensional Media & Photographic Media.” tells Danielle Dieterich, Director of CVAC. “We offer a plethora of classes here at CVAC covering everything from watercolor, acrylic and oil painting to drawing, ceramics and woodcarving. We wanted to ensure that our categories highlight the different artistic medias that our art center specializes in.”

    In previous years, the exhibition was not juried and only one first, second and third-place winner were selected. This juried exhibition will have 7 “Best of” Category winners, 7 People’s Choice individual category winners and up to 18 honorable mentions. The a juror, will select a “Best of” Category winner and up to three honorable mentions for each category. A People’s Choice Selection process, starting October 2nd, shall dictate a People’s Choice Category winner for each category, to be announced at the end of the artist reception on October 19th.

    The Best of Category winners shall receive a cash prize, to be recognized and distributed at the 35th Annual Juried Exhibition artist reception on October 19th from 5:00 – 8:00 PM. This reception is free to the public.
    Cuyahoga Valley Art Center
    2131 Front Street Cuyahoga Falls OH 44221
    Cuyahoga Valley Art Center Front Desk 330.928.8092 cvac@cvartcenter.org
  • | 10:45am - 11:45am | Arts and Entertainment
    - The Art in Me
    In this 8-week session, students will explore a variety of art mediums (painting, drawing, collage, printmaking, etc.) while investigating themes of self. Each class will include personal expression, creativity, art techniques, art history & interdisciplinary tie ins. Students will become cartoon characters, travel through ancient Egypt, deep sea dive with bioluminescent creatures, learn how their senses are intertwined while making ‘musical art’ . . . and more.

    Ages: 5th Grade through 8th Grade
    ​10:45 am - 11:45 am Thursdays, October 25-December 20 (no class November 22)
    Instructor: Beth Hannah
    Tuition: $80.00
    $12 Material fee to be paid directly to the instructor
    Brecksville Center for the Arts
    8997 Highland Drive Brecksville OH 44141
  • | 2:00pm - 6:00pm | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs, pumpkins, hayrides, scavenger hunts, family fun, fall, harvest
    - Heritage Farms offers many family activities including the scavenger challenge and corn maze, pumpkins, gourds, straw bales and corn stalks and a hayride, from Saturday, September 29th thru Sunday October 28th, 2018. Don’t be surprised by a visit from a Fairy or two and live music from your favorite musicians during the weekends of Pumpkin Pandemonium. We love animals here at Heritage Farms but for the safety of our customers and staff - please do not bring your pets. Sorry, no outside food. Several activity passes are available or get a bundle or a family pack for your group! Free parking and free entrance into our pumpkin yard and concession stand. We’re open from 10-5 on Sat and Sun, and 2-6 on Wed, Thurs and Fri. details on our website click for details

    #pumpkinpandemonium

    2018 Pumpkin Pandemonium Prices (ages 3-100)

    Activities Only: $9.00
    Hayride Only: $4.00
    Maze or Scavenger Hunt Only: $5.00
    Activity & Hayride Bundle: $11.00
    Family 4-Pack: $42.00
    Includes 4 Activity Wristbands & 4 Hayrides
    Family 10-Pack: $100.00
    Includes 10 Activity Wristbands & 10 Hayrides

    Activities included with purchase of an activity wristband:
    Maze
    Two Scavenger Hunts – Fall Friends Trail & The Scavenger Challenge
    Straw Bale Bird Nest
    Pumpkin Rolling
    Scarecrow Bean Bag Throw
    Corn Box
    Coloring Wall
    Straw Tunnel
    Slide
    Skee Ball
    Leaf Pile (if Mother Nature drops her leaves)
    Photo Spots:
    How Tall This Fall
    Bride and Groom
    Scarecrow Playground
    ...And More!

    Weekday hours are Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm.
    Product sales and maze and scavenger challenge only, will be open weekdays.

    Weekend hours are 10:00 am to 5:00 pm both Saturday and Sunday for all activities, hayrides and product sales. Concession stand will be open on Saturdays and Sundays.

    Friday October 12 (No school in many county schools) we will be open with all activities and hayrides from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm.

    Groups are welcome and may purchase tickets in advance on our website click for details

    The Crooked Kettle Popcorn Company will be here Oct.6th selling prepopped kettle corn and they'll be popping here on October 7th.

    Caty Petersilge will be dazzling us with her fiddle from 11 to 1 on Saturday October 20th!

    Autumn, the Fall Fairy will be here Saturdays October 6, 13 and 20 from 11 am to 1 pm

    The Spider Fairy will be here Sundays October 7, 14, and 21 from 11 am to 1 pm.

    Brent Kirby will be here playing music on Sundays October 7, 14, and 21 from 11 am to 1 pm.


    Heritage Farms (330) 657-2330
    6050 Riverview Road, Peninsula, Ohio, 44264
    click for details
    click for details
    click for details
    click for details
    Come enjoy Fall Family Fun at Heritage Farms
    Heritage Farms
    6050 Riverview Road Peninsula OH 44264
  • | 5:00pm - 8:00pm | Library Events, North Ridgeville Library, North Ridgeville Friends, book sale, preview night
    - The Friends of the North Ridgeville Library invite you to their last book sale of 2018. There are many clean, new and used book sale items including children, youth, adult, fiction and non-fiction, DVDs, CDs, and puzzles and games. Our book sales generate rave reviews because materials are neat, organized, and we have a friendly volunteer group to make this a pleasant experience for our patrons.


    We have received a number of great fiction mystery and large-print books of all kinds. These books are in excellent condition and will sale quickly. Topics of all kinds--and not to be missed!

    Square Reader technology for payment is available to make it more convenient for our book sale patrons to use credit and debit cards at our sale. This form of payment is popular and convenient! Cash is welcome too.
    North Ridgeville Branch of the Lorain Public Library System, INC
    35700 Bainbridge Road North Ridgeville OH 44039
    Friends President 440.327.8326 nrfriendslib@gmail.com
  • | 7:30pm - 9:00pm | Local Events
    - The University of Akron (UA) Theatre program begins its 2018-19 season with Charles Mee’s Big Love. Directed by James Slowiak, UA Professor of Theatre, the play features a diverse cast of 15 students including many new UA theatre majors.

    Performance dates for Big Love are October 25-27 & November 1-3 at 7:30 P.M. and October 28 & November 3 at 2:00 P.M. All performances take place in Sandefur Theatre in Guzzetta Hall, 157 University Avenue on The University of Akron campus. Tickets are $10 for general admission and $5 for UA students. For reservations, email administration.arts@gmail.com or call the ticket office at (330) 972-7895. UA theatre alumni are encouraged to attend the production on Alumni Night, October 26, when they and one guest will be admitted for the student price of $5. For more information on all show events, visit click for details

    Big Love is a contemporary retelling of Aeschylus’ The Suppliants, long thought to be the oldest surviving play script. This tale of 50 brides running away from their 50 grooms is staged in a bold physical style. The play’s provocative themes include immigration, gender roles, and sexual oppression. Big Love promises to be a rich and rollicking adventure for both actors and spectators.

    The Theatre Arts Program at The University of Akron equips undergraduate and graduate students with a broad knowledge of theatre arts and fundamental practical skills in order to prepare them to address the emerging issues and challenges of the theatre profession and a diverse and vibrant society. The Theatre Arts Program provides high quality educational and artistic experiences that enhance the cultural lives of all students at The University of Akron, as well as the residents of the greater Akron community and the Northeast Ohio region.
     
           

Friday, October 26th, 2018

  • | 10:00am - 8:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Art Exhibition, Things to do in Cuyahoga Falls
    - Cuyahoga Valley Art Center 35th Annual Juried Exhibition
    The Cuyahoga Valley Art Center Offers Artists the Opportunity to Participate in a Juried Exhibition in Seven Art Categories

    The Cuyahoga Valley Art Center (CVAC), 2131 Front Street Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44221, have invited artists nationwide to enter CVAC’s 35th Annual Juried Exhibition, to be on display in their gallery from October 1st – November 2nd. Holding an annual juried exhibition has been a tradition at CVAC for 35 years now. This year they have elevated the structure of this exhibition to the artists advantage.

    “Our annual juried exhibition will be arranged by media in 7 different categories for submission: Watercolor Media, Water Based Media, Oil Based Media, Dry Media, Mixed Media, 3-Dimensional Media & Photographic Media.” tells Danielle Dieterich, Director of CVAC. “We offer a plethora of classes here at CVAC covering everything from watercolor, acrylic and oil painting to drawing, ceramics and woodcarving. We wanted to ensure that our categories highlight the different artistic medias that our art center specializes in.”

    In previous years, the exhibition was not juried and only one first, second and third-place winner were selected. This juried exhibition will have 7 “Best of” Category winners, 7 People’s Choice individual category winners and up to 18 honorable mentions. The a juror, will select a “Best of” Category winner and up to three honorable mentions for each category. A People’s Choice Selection process, starting October 2nd, shall dictate a People’s Choice Category winner for each category, to be announced at the end of the artist reception on October 19th.

    The Best of Category winners shall receive a cash prize, to be recognized and distributed at the 35th Annual Juried Exhibition artist reception on October 19th from 5:00 – 8:00 PM. This reception is free to the public.
    Cuyahoga Valley Art Center
    2131 Front Street Cuyahoga Falls OH 44221
    Cuyahoga Valley Art Center Front Desk 330.928.8092 cvac@cvartcenter.org
  • | 10:00am - 5:30pm | Library Events, North Ridgeville Library, North Ridgeville Friends, book sale, preview night
    - The Friends of the North Ridgeville Library invite you to their last book sale of 2018. There are many clean, new and used book sale items including children, youth, adult, fiction and non-fiction, DVDs, CDs, and puzzles and games. Our book sales generate rave reviews because materials are neat, organized, and we have a friendly volunteer group to make this a pleasant experience for our patrons.


    We have received a number of great fiction mystery and large-print books of all kinds. These books are in excellent condition and will sale quickly. For those who love Cozy mysteries, you do not want to miss these great books. Topics of all kinds--and not to be missed!

    Square Reader technology for payment is available to make it more convenient for our book sale patrons to use credit and debit cards at our sale. This form of payment is popular and convenient! Cash is welcome too.

    The 2019 Friends book sale schedule will be available for those who love to plan on their next book sale.
    North Ridgeville Branch of the Lorain Public Library System, INC
    35700 Bainbridge Road North Ridgeville OH 44039
    Friends President 440.327.8326 nrfriendslib@gmail.com
  • | 2:00pm - 6:00pm | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs, pumpkins, hayrides, scavenger hunts, family fun, fall, harvest
    - Heritage Farms offers many family activities including the scavenger challenge and corn maze, pumpkins, gourds, straw bales and corn stalks and a hayride, from Saturday, September 29th thru Sunday October 28th, 2018. Don’t be surprised by a visit from a Fairy or two and live music from your favorite musicians during the weekends of Pumpkin Pandemonium. We love animals here at Heritage Farms but for the safety of our customers and staff - please do not bring your pets. Sorry, no outside food. Several activity passes are available or get a bundle or a family pack for your group! Free parking and free entrance into our pumpkin yard and concession stand. We’re open from 10-5 on Sat and Sun, and 2-6 on Wed, Thurs and Fri. details on our website click for details

    #pumpkinpandemonium

    2018 Pumpkin Pandemonium Prices (ages 3-100)

    Activities Only: $9.00
    Hayride Only: $4.00
    Maze or Scavenger Hunt Only: $5.00
    Activity & Hayride Bundle: $11.00
    Family 4-Pack: $42.00
    Includes 4 Activity Wristbands & 4 Hayrides
    Family 10-Pack: $100.00
    Includes 10 Activity Wristbands & 10 Hayrides

    Activities included with purchase of an activity wristband:
    Maze
    Two Scavenger Hunts – Fall Friends Trail & The Scavenger Challenge
    Straw Bale Bird Nest
    Pumpkin Rolling
    Scarecrow Bean Bag Throw
    Corn Box
    Coloring Wall
    Straw Tunnel
    Slide
    Skee Ball
    Leaf Pile (if Mother Nature drops her leaves)
    Photo Spots:
    How Tall This Fall
    Bride and Groom
    Scarecrow Playground
    ...And More!

    Weekday hours are Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm.
    Product sales and maze and scavenger challenge only, will be open weekdays.

    Weekend hours are 10:00 am to 5:00 pm both Saturday and Sunday for all activities, hayrides and product sales. Concession stand will be open on Saturdays and Sundays.

    Friday October 12 (No school in many county schools) we will be open with all activities and hayrides from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm.

    Groups are welcome and may purchase tickets in advance on our website click for details

    The Crooked Kettle Popcorn Company will be here Oct.6th selling prepopped kettle corn and they'll be popping here on October 7th.

    Caty Petersilge will be dazzling us with her fiddle from 11 to 1 on Saturday October 20th!

    Autumn, the Fall Fairy will be here Saturdays October 6, 13 and 20 from 11 am to 1 pm

    The Spider Fairy will be here Sundays October 7, 14, and 21 from 11 am to 1 pm.

    Brent Kirby will be here playing music on Sundays October 7, 14, and 21 from 11 am to 1 pm.


    Heritage Farms (330) 657-2330
    6050 Riverview Road, Peninsula, Ohio, 44264
    click for details
    click for details
    click for details
    click for details
    Come enjoy Fall Family Fun at Heritage Farms
    Heritage Farms
    6050 Riverview Road Peninsula OH 44264
  • | 7:30pm - 9:00pm | Local Events
    - The University of Akron (UA) Theatre program begins its 2018-19 season with Charles Mee’s Big Love. Directed by James Slowiak, UA Professor of Theatre, the play features a diverse cast of 15 students including many new UA theatre majors.

    Performance dates for Big Love are October 25-27 & November 1-3 at 7:30 P.M. and October 28 & November 3 at 2:00 P.M. All performances take place in Sandefur Theatre in Guzzetta Hall, 157 University Avenue on The University of Akron campus. Tickets are $10 for general admission and $5 for UA students. For reservations, email administration.arts@gmail.com or call the ticket office at (330) 972-7895. UA theatre alumni are encouraged to attend the production on Alumni Night, October 26, when they and one guest will be admitted for the student price of $5. For more information on all show events, visit click for details

    Big Love is a contemporary retelling of Aeschylus’ The Suppliants, long thought to be the oldest surviving play script. This tale of 50 brides running away from their 50 grooms is staged in a bold physical style. The play’s provocative themes include immigration, gender roles, and sexual oppression. Big Love promises to be a rich and rollicking adventure for both actors and spectators.

    The Theatre Arts Program at The University of Akron equips undergraduate and graduate students with a broad knowledge of theatre arts and fundamental practical skills in order to prepare them to address the emerging issues and challenges of the theatre profession and a diverse and vibrant society. The Theatre Arts Program provides high quality educational and artistic experiences that enhance the cultural lives of all students at The University of Akron, as well as the residents of the greater Akron community and the Northeast Ohio region.
     
           
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Saturday, October 27th, 2018

  • | 10:00am - 2:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Art Exhibition, Things to do in Cuyahoga Falls
    - Cuyahoga Valley Art Center 35th Annual Juried Exhibition
    The Cuyahoga Valley Art Center Offers Artists the Opportunity to Participate in a Juried Exhibition in Seven Art Categories

    The Cuyahoga Valley Art Center (CVAC), 2131 Front Street Cuyahoga Falls, OH 44221, have invited artists nationwide to enter CVAC’s 35th Annual Juried Exhibition, to be on display in their gallery from October 1st – November 2nd. Holding an annual juried exhibition has been a tradition at CVAC for 35 years now. This year they have elevated the structure of this exhibition to the artists advantage.

    “Our annual juried exhibition will be arranged by media in 7 different categories for submission: Watercolor Media, Water Based Media, Oil Based Media, Dry Media, Mixed Media, 3-Dimensional Media & Photographic Media.” tells Danielle Dieterich, Director of CVAC. “We offer a plethora of classes here at CVAC covering everything from watercolor, acrylic and oil painting to drawing, ceramics and woodcarving. We wanted to ensure that our categories highlight the different artistic medias that our art center specializes in.”

    In previous years, the exhibition was not juried and only one first, second and third-place winner were selected. This juried exhibition will have 7 “Best of” Category winners, 7 People’s Choice individual category winners and up to 18 honorable mentions. The a juror, will select a “Best of” Category winner and up to three honorable mentions for each category. A People’s Choice Selection process, starting October 2nd, shall dictate a People’s Choice Category winner for each category, to be announced at the end of the artist reception on October 19th.

    The Best of Category winners shall receive a cash prize, to be recognized and distributed at the 35th Annual Juried Exhibition artist reception on October 19th from 5:00 – 8:00 PM. This reception is free to the public.
    Cuyahoga Valley Art Center
    2131 Front Street Cuyahoga Falls OH 44221
    Cuyahoga Valley Art Center Front Desk 330.928.8092 cvac@cvartcenter.org
  • - OPEN HOUSE
    Come tour the new Broadview Heights Community & Recreation Center Saturday, October 27th from 10AM to 1 PM
    Tour the new facility
    Raffles & Give-aways
    Demo classes
    Refreshments

    Broadview Heights Recreation Center
    9543 Broadview Road Broadview Heights OH 44147
  • | 10:00am - 2:00pm | Local Events
    Transitional Design
    601 Towpath Trail Broadview Heights OH 44147
  • | 10:00am - 5:00pm | Shows, Festivals, and Fairs, pumpkins, hayrides, scavenger hunts, family fun, fall, harvest
    - Heritage Farms offers many family activities including the scavenger challenge and corn maze, pumpkins, gourds, straw bales and corn stalks and a hayride, from Saturday, September 29th thru Sunday October 28th, 2018. Don’t be surprised by a visit from a Fairy or two and live music from your favorite musicians during the weekends of Pumpkin Pandemonium. We love animals here at Heritage Farms but for the safety of our customers and staff - please do not bring your pets. Sorry, no outside food. Several activity passes are available or get a bundle or a family pack for your group! Free parking and free entrance into our pumpkin yard and concession stand. We’re open from 10-5 on Sat and Sun, and 2-6 on Wed, Thurs and Fri. details on our website click for details

    #pumpkinpandemonium

    2018 Pumpkin Pandemonium Prices (ages 3-100)

    Activities Only: $9.00
    Hayride Only: $4.00
    Maze or Scavenger Hunt Only: $5.00
    Activity & Hayride Bundle: $11.00
    Family 4-Pack: $42.00
    Includes 4 Activity Wristbands & 4 Hayrides
    Family 10-Pack: $100.00
    Includes 10 Activity Wristbands & 10 Hayrides

    Activities included with purchase of an activity wristband:
    Maze
    Two Scavenger Hunts – Fall Friends Trail & The Scavenger Challenge
    Straw Bale Bird Nest
    Pumpkin Rolling
    Scarecrow Bean Bag Throw
    Corn Box
    Coloring Wall
    Straw Tunnel
    Slide
    Skee Ball
    Leaf Pile (if Mother Nature drops her leaves)
    Photo Spots:
    How Tall This Fall
    Bride and Groom
    Scarecrow Playground
    ...And More!

    Weekday hours are Wednesday, Thursday and Friday from 2:00 pm to 6:00 pm.
    Product sales and maze and scavenger challenge only, will be open weekdays.

    Weekend hours are 10:00 am to 5:00 pm both Saturday and Sunday for all activities, hayrides and product sales. Concession stand will be open on Saturdays and Sundays.

    Friday October 12 (No school in many county schools) we will be open with all activities and hayrides from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm.

    Groups are welcome and may purchase tickets in advance on our website click for details

    The Crooked Kettle Popcorn Company will be here Oct.6th selling prepopped kettle corn and they'll be popping here on October 7th.

    Caty Petersilge will be dazzling us with her fiddle from 11 to 1 on Saturday October 20th!

    Autumn, the Fall Fairy will be here Saturdays October 6, 13 and 20 from 11 am to 1 pm

    The Spider Fairy will be here Sundays October 7, 14, and 21 from 11 am to 1 pm.

    Brent Kirby will be here playing music on Sundays October 7, 14, and 21 from 11 am to 1 pm.


    Heritage Farms (330) 657-2330
    6050 Riverview Road, Peninsula, Ohio, 44264
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    Come enjoy Fall Family Fun at Heritage Farms
    Heritage Farms
    6050 Riverview Road Peninsula OH 44264
  • | 10:00am - 5:30pm | Library Events, North Ridgeville Library, North Ridgeville Friends, book sale, preview night
    - The Friends of the North Ridgeville Library invite you to their last book sale of 2018. There are many clean, new and used book sale items including children, youth, adult, fiction and non-fiction, DVDs, CDs, and puzzles and games. Our book sales generate rave reviews because materials are neat, organized, and we have a friendly volunteer group to make this a pleasant experience for our patrons.


    We have received a number of great fiction mystery and large-print books of all kinds. These books are in excellent condition and will sale quickly. For those who love Cozy mysteries, you do not want to miss these great books. Topics of all kinds--and not to be missed!

    Square Reader technology for payment is available to make it more convenient for our book sale patrons to use credit and debit cards at our sale. This form of payment is popular and convenient! Cash is welcome too.

    The 2019 Friends book sale schedule will be available for those who love to plan on their next book sale.
    North Ridgeville Branch of the Lorain Public Library System, INC
    35700 Bainbridge Road North Ridgeville OH 44039
    Friends President 440.327.8326 nrfriendslib@gmail.com
  • | 10:00am - 5:30pm | Library Events, North Ridgeville Library, North Ridgeville Friends, book sale, preview night
    - The Friends of the North Ridgeville Library invite you to their last book sale of 2018. There are many clean, new and used book sale items including children, youth, adult, fiction and non-fiction, DVDs, CDs, and puzzles and games. Our book sales generate rave reviews because materials are neat, organized, and we have a friendly volunteer group to make this a pleasant experience for our patrons.


    We have received a number of great fiction mystery and large-print books of all kinds. These books are in excellent condition and will sale quickly. For those who love Cozy mysteries, you do not want to miss these great books. Topics of all kinds--and not to be missed!

    Square Reader technology for payment is available to make it more convenient for our book sale patrons to use credit and debit cards at our sale. This form of payment is popular and convenient! Cash is welcome too.

    The 2019 Friends book sale schedule will be available for those who love to plan on their next book sale.
    North Ridgeville Branch of the Lorain Public Library System, INC
    35700 Bainbridge Road North Ridgeville OH 44039
    Friends President 440.327.8326 nrfriendslib@gmail.com
  • | 7:30pm - 9:00pm | Local Events
    - The University of Akron (UA) Theatre program begins its 2018-19 season with Charles Mee’s Big Love. Directed by James Slowiak, UA Professor of Theatre, the play features a diverse cast of 15 students including many new UA theatre majors.

    Performance dates for Big Love are October 25-27 & November 1-3 at 7:30 P.M. and October 28 & November 3 at 2:00 P.M. All performances take place in Sandefur Theatre in Guzzetta Hall, 157 University Avenue on The University of Akron campus. Tickets are $10 for general admission and $5 for UA students. For reservations, email administration.arts@gmail.com or call the ticket office at (330) 972-7895. UA theatre alumni are encouraged to attend the production on Alumni Night, October 26, when they and one guest will be admitted for the student price of $5. For more information on all show events, visit click for details

    Big Love is a contemporary retelling of Aeschylus’ The Suppliants, long thought to be the oldest surviving play script. This tale of 50 brides running away from their 50 grooms is staged in a bold physical style. The play’s provocative themes include immigration, gender roles, and sexual oppression. Big Love promises to be a rich and rollicking adventure for both actors and spectators.

    The Theatre Arts Program at The University of Akron equips undergraduate and graduate students with a broad knowledge of theatre arts and fundamental practical skills in order to prepare them to address the emerging issues and challenges of the theatre profession and a diverse and vibrant society. The Theatre Arts Program provides high quality educational and artistic experiences that enhance the cultural lives of all students at The University of Akron, as well as the residents of the greater Akron community and the Northeast Ohio region.
     
           
  • | 7:30pm - 10:30pm | Local Events
    - Join us on Saturday, October 27th from 7:30-10:30 pm. For a climb-tacular good time! Wear your Halloween costume and get your climb on! Enjoy, pizza, candy, and refreshments. For member the price is $10, for non-members the price is $15. You can sign up in person at Kendall Cliffs or you can click on the url located in the tickets section of this event page.
    Kendall Cliffs (Official)
    60 Kendall Park Rd, Peninsula OH 44264

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