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Saturday, October 20th, 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
  • | 10:00am - 12:00pm | Arts and Entertainment
    -

    Start your Halloween out right at BCA
    Paint a life-size skeleton
    Time: Sat. Oct. 20, 10-noon
    Tuition $15.
    Level: child ages 10 and up

    While lying on a large sheet of paper, someone will trace your outline on the paper. You will tape to create the bones of a skeleton inside that image and then paint over it. Removing the tape will reveal a skeleton of your image. Skull images of cats, dogs, pumpkins, and bats will be available for tracing on your skeleton body.

    Cookies and apple cider will be served.
    Brecksville Center for the Arts
    8997 Highland Drive Brecksville OH 44141
  • | 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
  • | 12:00pm - 3:00pm | Local Events
    - Join us at Pet Valu Brecksville (Creekview Commons) on the THIRD Saturday of each month from 12:00-3:00 PM for an ADOPTION EVENT with Secondhand Mutts Rescue!

    For more information, please call 440-630-9370!
    Pet Valu
    8249 Chippewa Rd, Brecksville OH 44141
  • | 12:00pm - 2:00pm | Local Events
    - Come taste some chili for a cause! Visit our Berea or Broadview Heights locations on Saturday, October 20 between 12 and 2PM and vote for the employee who makes the best chili! Representatives from the local fire department will be present to accept donations. Broad View Eye Center will match all donations collected during the event and will donate all proceeds to MDA.
    Broad View Eye Center
    403 E Royalton Rd, Ste 118, Broadview Heights OH 44147
  • | 1:00pm - 4:00pm | Local Events
    - Looking to expose your business to over 2,000+ local children, parents and grandparents AND have a spooky good time? Consider purchasing a table at the annual "Halloween on the Heights," which takes place on Saturday, October 20, 2019 from 1PM to 4PM.

    For $50.00 you can rent a table to display your products, services, or goodies and chat with parents as their children trick-or-treat from table to table on Boo Boulevard. In addition, you are also required to hand out candy. Costumes appreciated but not required.

    Want to reserve a spot? Fill out this Table Registration form and send it to Ryan Meyer at rmeyer@broadview-heights.org
     
           
  • | 4:00pm - 6:00pm | Local Events
    Tavern of Independence
    5530 Brecksville Road, Independence OH 44131
  • | 6:00pm - 11:00pm | Charity, Fundraiser, #murdermystery #NCMC #untildeathdouspart #brennan's #dinnertheater #mystery
    - Join the North Coast Men’s Chorus for our first big event of Season 31! Murder is afoot, and our intrepid detective is ready to find the clues and solve the case, but only with your help! Enjoy a fun evening of dining and detective work as you try to learn the answer to that age old question: “Whodunit?”

    The North Coast Men’s Chorus will host its annual Murder Mystery Dinner Theater Play event, “Until Death Do Us Part” on Saturday, October 20, 2018 from 6-11pm at Brennan’s Catering & Banquet Center, 13000 Triskett Road, Cleveland, OH 44111. An evening of great food, great entertainment and great people which includes a 3 Course Dinner, Live & Silent Auction, Reverse Raffle, Costume Contest and Cash Bar.

    There is nothing more over the top than the wedding of two fabulous gay men. That is, until you add family, former lovers, jilted ex-girlfriends, a Baptist minister, and murder! Stephan and Brad are the perfect grooms and after months of planning, their big day has finally arrived – and so has Bruce, former go-go boy and one of Brad’s one night stands, and Misty Waters, the perpetual maid of honor and Stephan’s high school sweetheart. Before the ceremony can be performed by the Reverend Jimmy Joe Watkins, Brad’s ever-loving mom, Ethel, needs to proudly take her place beside her son as he vows to love his husband “until death do us part”. There will be more laughs than you can throw a bouquet at until someone ends up dead and it’s up to you to help solve the murder. You’re invited to the wedding and reception, so come dressed as a guest or really get into the fun and dig your old bridesmaid dress out of the closet and come as part of the wedding party.

    Tickets are $50 each. Table of 8 will be $360. To make reservations, visit our website at click for details. For more information call 216-556-0590
    Brennan's Catering & Banquet Center
    13000 Triskett Road Cleveland OH 44111
    Tickets 216.556.0590 Tickets@ncmchorus.org
  • | 6:30pm - 8:30pm | Arts and Entertainment, Art Workshop, Date Night
    - ALCOHOL INK WORKSHOP
    ABSTRACT FLORAL
    1.5 – 2 HOURS I PRICE $35 PER PERSON I $60 PER COUPLE I CLASS SIZE: MIN 4 – MAX 12
    These Workshops are ideal for beginning to advanced level participants. With this medium, there is no need for prior art experience of any kind!

    Within these workshops, participants will learn how to manipulate this fun and exciting medium by experimenting with various application techniques on three different surfaces.

    Dripping on Ceramic Tile
    Flowing inks on diverse types of coated card stock
    Creating a final piece on Yupo paper

    By the end of the workshop, participants will understand the fun and exciting opportunities this medium has to offer. Each participant will leave this workshop with a finish piece on 5” x 6.5” Yupo paper and their test pieces on cardstock. All materials are provided.

    ALL WORKSHOPS START AT 6:30 AND WILL RUN FOR 1.5-2 HOURS. Sign up online, in person or over the phone. These workshops DO FILL UP FAST!

    * This is a MESSY workshop. Gloves will be provided however, alcohol inks WILL STAIN CLOTHING. It is recommended to wear clothing that you do not mind potentially staining.

    * If a participant would like to purchase their ceramic test tile during this workshop, they can be purchased for $5.00. They will then need to be sealed at home (Spray Varnish of any finish will suffice).

    Additional ALCOHOL INK WORKSHOP DATES

    ABSTRACT FLORAL
    April 21, 2018
    July 7, 2018
    October 20, 2018

    ABSTRACT LANDSCAPE
    April 28, 2018

    ABSTRACT DREAMSCAPE
    May 26, 2018
    September 8, 2018
    November 10, 2018
    Cuyahoga Valley Art Center
    2131 Front Street Cuyahoga Falls OH 44221
    Cuyahoga Valley Art Center Front Desk 330.928.8092 cvac@cvartcenter.org
  • - As Halloween approaches, the veil between our world and the spirit world becomes thin.

    Join us for our inaugural Local Lore Ghost Walk - an immersive, historical theater experience on the Broadview Heights City Campus. Hear from eight local spirits about true sightings, legends, and eerie happenings in the local Broadview Heights and Cleveland area.

    On October 19, 20, and 21 , tours depart from from Broadview Heights Spotlights every 15 minutes, beginning at 7:15 p.m. The final tour will depart at 9:00 p.m. each evening. Tours will last approximately 45 minutes. Reservations are recommended. Each tour has a maximum of 15 guests, and will be first-come, first-served at the box office each night for any available spots. Please plan to arrive 15 minutes early so you do not miss your tour.
    Tickets are $10 each. This tour is handicap accessible, and will happen rain-or-shine. Not recommended for children under 13.

    We also recommend bringing a flashlight and umbrella with you.

    The cast includes Adam Bowers, Delia Brennan, Jean Brennan, Dylan Grosh-Hoy, Jeff Hartland, John Janoch, Sue Jeromson, Kayleigh Joyce, Stephanie Malfara, Bob Newton, James Newton, Peggy Newton, Jaclyn Phelps, and Joe Watson.

    The event is Directed by Keleigh Bowling, and Co-Produced by Adam Bowers and Stephanie Malfara. Other key crew members include Annette Phelps, Amy McSweeney, Sue Jeromson, and Sharon Joyce.

    Get your tickets today at click for details
    Spotlights Community Theater
    9543 Broadview Road Broadview Heights OH 44147
  • | NATL - Public Interest
    - Sweetest Day originated in Cleveland, Ohio in 1922. Herbert Birch Kingston, a philanthropist and candy company employee wanted to bring happiness into the lives of the sick, orphans, shut-ins and others who were forgotten by distributing candy to them. Thus, Sweetest Day was born. Today is the day to do something nice for someone that will make him or her say, "Oh, that's so sweet!" Annually, the third Saturday in October.
     
           

Sunday, October 21st, 2018

  • | 9:00am - 4:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, shopping, food, fun, entertainment, art, craft, festival, event, small business
    - Join us as a vendor or come and shop!
    More information can be found on our website:
    lakeeventsgroup.com

    October 21, 2018 from 9am to 4pm
    at St John Vianney Party Center
    7575 Bellflower Rd.
    Mentor, Ohio 44060

    December 16, 2018 from 9am to 4pm
    at St John Vianney Party Center
    7575 Bellflower Rd.
    Mentor, Ohio 44060
    St. John Vianney Party Center
    7575 Bellflower Road Mentor OH 44060
    Sherri Falkenberg 216.704.9009 sherrifalkenberg@yahoo.com
  • | 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
    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
  • | 1:00pm - | Sports and Recreation
    - Here we go Brownies!
    Raymond James Stadium
    4201 N Dale Mabry Hwy Tampa FL 33607
  • | 6:00pm - 9:00pm | Local Events
    Mastro's The 3 Spot
    13855 Ridge Road North Royalton OH 44133
  • - As Halloween approaches, the veil between our world and the spirit world becomes thin.

    Join us for our inaugural Local Lore Ghost Walk - an immersive, historical theater experience on the Broadview Heights City Campus. Hear from eight local spirits about true sightings, legends, and eerie happenings in the local Broadview Heights and Cleveland area.

    On October 19, 20, and 21 , tours depart from from Broadview Heights Spotlights every 15 minutes, beginning at 7:15 p.m. The final tour will depart at 9:00 p.m. each evening. Tours will last approximately 45 minutes. Reservations are recommended. Each tour has a maximum of 15 guests, and will be first-come, first-served at the box office each night for any available spots. Please plan to arrive 15 minutes early so you do not miss your tour.
    Tickets are $10 each. This tour is handicap accessible, and will happen rain-or-shine. Not recommended for children under 13.

    We also recommend bringing a flashlight and umbrella with you.

    The cast includes Adam Bowers, Delia Brennan, Jean Brennan, Dylan Grosh-Hoy, Jeff Hartland, John Janoch, Sue Jeromson, Kayleigh Joyce, Stephanie Malfara, Bob Newton, James Newton, Peggy Newton, Jaclyn Phelps, and Joe Watson.

    The event is Directed by Keleigh Bowling, and Co-Produced by Adam Bowers and Stephanie Malfara. Other key crew members include Annette Phelps, Amy McSweeney, Sue Jeromson, and Sharon Joyce.

    Get your tickets today at click for details
    Spotlights Community Theater
    9543 Broadview Road Broadview Heights OH 44147

Monday, October 22nd, 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
  • | Promotional, free, kids, food
    - All Day Every Monday BWT Kids Eat FREE!
    *12 and under with the purchase of entree

    Kids menu consists of:

    Chicken Tenders & Fries
    Cheese Quesadilla & Fries
    Fish Sticks & Fries
    Sliders (2) & Fries
    Burger & Fries
    Grilled Cheese & Fries
    Salmon & Roasted Vegetables
    Grilled Chicken & Roasted Vegetables

    All items $6 served with a drink, for tavern kids 12 & under please.***
    Burntwood Tavern
    8188 Brecksville Rd Brecksville OH 44141
  • - On October 22, 1962 President John F. Kennedy, demanded the removal from Cuba of Soviet missiles, launched equipment and bombers and he imposed a naval "quarantine" to prevent further weaponry from reaching Cuba.
     
           

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
  • - Workshop #6
    Money Mastery!
    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
  • | 1:30pm - 2:30pm | Seniors, Retirement, support group caregiver seniors
    - Families and Caregivers of seniors are invited to The Oaks of Brecksville every Wednesday at 1:30pm to share information, insight, advice and encouragement. This un-moderated group is intended to provide an opportunity to learn from others who face the same challenges and allow you to talk about your experiences.
    The Oaks of Brecksville
    8757 Brecksville Road Brecksville OH 44141
    Michelle Adamczyk 440.546.0643 michelle.adamczyk@saberhealth.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
  • - 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

  • | 9:30am - 10:30am | 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: K through 4th Grade
    ​9:30 am - 10:30 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
  • | 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
  • | 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
  • | 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.
     
           

Saturday, October 27th, 2018

  • | 9:00am - 10:30am | Sports and Recreation, 5K, run, walk
    - A family fun 5K & I mile walk that encourages participants to dress in costumes and to collect candy on the 1 mile walk. Plenty of race and costume prizes will be awarded. Race Day registration begins at 8:00 a.m.

    Register early at click for details

    Shuttle service begins at 7:30 a.m. from the Cuyahoga Valley Train station in Brecksville to the Oak Grove Pavilion.

    Proceeds go to Kids in Flight and other Brecksville Kiwanis sponsorships. "Kids Need Kiwanis"

    Oak Grove Picnic Area
           
  • | 9:00am - 10:30am | Sports and Recreation, 5K, run, walk
    - A family fun 5K & I mile walk that encourages participants to dress in costumes and to collect candy on the 1 mile walk. Plenty of race and costume prizes will be awarded. Race Day registration begins at 8:00 a.m.

    Register early at click for details

    Shuttle service begins at 7:30 a.m. from the Cuyahoga Valley Train station in Brecksville to the Oak Grove Pavilion.

    Proceeds go to Kids in Flight and other Brecksville Kiwanis sponsorships. "Kids Need Kiwanis"

    Oak Grove Picnic Area
           
  • | 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
    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.
     
           
  • | 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
  • | 9:00pm - 2:00am | Local Events
    - Wild Eagle Steak & Saloon will be stirring up the Broadview Heights witches brew this Halloween season. Join Wild Eagle for a Cryptic Carnival event with an epic saloon spin on October 27th.

    Like any carnival, there are unique features and surprises with every twist and turn you take. Wild Eagle is transforming the 17,000 sq. foot Steak & Saloon space and turning it into the ultimate Cryptic Carnival destination.

    Purchase your ticket now for ONLY $5 and receive guaranteed access to the event. The Cryptic Carnival Halloween event will charge $10 cover at the door, the night of the event. The cover will include live entertainment by Velvet Shake, Access to Cryptic Carnival food & beverage specials, Haunted House Takeover by Bloodview Haunted House, and a Wild Eagle rowdy time.

    Dare to enter? Check out the line-up for the evening:

    Main Event – Velvet Shake performing at the Wild Eagle Main Stage

    Freak Show Event – $1,000 Costume Contest Located at the Wild Eagle Dining Room hosted by iHeart Radio

    Haunted House of Bloodview – The Bloodview Haunted House will be building a pop up haunted house, Located in the Wild Eagle Private Dining Room

    Fun Fair – Located at the Wild Eagle Arcade Room

    See you on October 27th for the Wild Eagle Cryptic Carnival experience. Limited tickets available. Tickets available at click for details
    5001 E Royalton Rd
    5001 East Royalton Road, Broadview Heights OH 44147
  • | NATL - Public Interest
    - On this day millions of Americans unite to do good for others on Make a Difference Day. A USA Today initiative, backed by Gannett, who are proud to head this nationwide effort and recognize the everyday people whose contributions improve communities and better lives. Annually, the fourth Saturday in October. Make a difference today! For details checkout, click for details.
     
           

Sunday, October 28th, 2018

  • | 10:00am - 2:00pm | Shopping
    - Pick-up something sweet for your sweetie at Royalton Woods' monthly Pop-Up Shop with Libellula Italian Bakery! Celebrate Halloween with spooky seasonal treats! Cash only. A portion of the proceeds benefits the Royalton Woods Activities Department.
    Royalton Woods: A Randall Residence
    14277 State Road North Royalton OH 44133
    Kathleen Williams 440.582.4111 rwlife@randallresidence.com
  • | 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
  • | 1:00pm - | Sports and Recreation
    - Cleveland Browns vs. Pittsburgh Steelers
    Heinz Stadium
    100 Art Rooney Ave Pittsburgh PA 15212
  • | 2:00pm - 3:30pm | 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.
     
           
  • | NATL - Public Interest
    - An occasion to honor mothers-in-law for their contribution to the success of families, and for their good humor in enduring bad jokes.
     
           

Monday, October 29th, 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
  • | Promotional, free, kids, food
    - All Day Every Monday BWT Kids Eat FREE!
    *12 and under with the purchase of entree

    Kids menu consists of:

    Chicken Tenders & Fries
    Cheese Quesadilla & Fries
    Fish Sticks & Fries
    Sliders (2) & Fries
    Burger & Fries
    Grilled Cheese & Fries
    Salmon & Roasted Vegetables
    Grilled Chicken & Roasted Vegetables

    All items $6 served with a drink, for tavern kids 12 & under please.***
    Burntwood Tavern
    8188 Brecksville Rd Brecksville OH 44141
  • | NATL - Public Interest
    - "What greater gift than the love of a cat?"—Charles Dickens.
    Celebrate cats and help them to find forever homes. Cats can lower blood pressure, offer unconditional love and companionship, tons of laughs and alert their owner to danger. Please visit a local shelter and offer love and life by adopting a cat. Visit click for details for more information.
     
           

Tuesday, October 30th, 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
  • | 6:30pm - 7:15pm | Local Events
    - GET FIT WHILE YOU SIT!
    FREE Demo Class!
    Tuesday, October 30 from 6:30 p.m. – 7:15 p.m.

    BalloFlex is a seated chair fitness program that incorporates elements of music and dance. It is an activity that has been carefully designed to provide a fun group interaction using low-impact movements set to music. Young or old, fit or not, healthy or healing – This seated chair exercise program brings fun and fitness to adults of all ages and abilities. BalloFlex tones and strengthens all major muscle groups, helps build core strength, and provides a safe full-body workout.

    Upcoming Class Dates: Tuesdays, November 6 - December 11 from 6:30 p.m. – 7:15 p.m. District Resident: $36 / Non-District Resident: $46 District Senior: $26

    For more details, call 440.746.8210 or go to click for details
    Cuyahoga Valley Career Center
    8001 Brecksville Rd. Brecksville OH 44141

Wednesday, October 31st, 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
  • | 1:30pm - 2:30pm | Seniors, Retirement, support group caregiver seniors
    - Families and Caregivers of seniors are invited to The Oaks of Brecksville every Wednesday at 1:30pm to share information, insight, advice and encouragement. This un-moderated group is intended to provide an opportunity to learn from others who face the same challenges and allow you to talk about your experiences.
    The Oaks of Brecksville
    8757 Brecksville Road Brecksville OH 44141
    Michelle Adamczyk 440.546.0643 michelle.adamczyk@saberhealth.com
  • - 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 - Seasonal
    - Also known as All Hallows Eve, the observance, dating from the sixth or seventh century has long been associated with spirits, witches, and ghosts. Halloween activities include trick-or-treating, attending costume parties, decorating, carving pumpkins into jack-o'-lanterns, lighting bonfires, apple bobbing and games, playing pranks, visiting haunted attractions, telling scary stories and watching horror films.
     
           
  • | NATL - Moon Phases
    - Moon enters Last Quarter phase at 12:340 PM, EST.
     
           

Thursday, November 1st, 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
  • | 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.
     
           
  • | NATL - Public Interest
    - This day was created for the men who do not know their way around the kitchen and are not familiar with cooking appliances, as well as for the women in their lives who need a break. Non-cooking men are encouraged to have some fun and whip up a special meal for their loved ones. Barbecues not allowed!
    For information visit click for details
     
           
  • | NATL - Religious
    - Roman Catholic holy day of obligation. Commemorates the blessed, especially those who have no special feast days. Observed on Nov 1 since Pope Gregory IV set the date if recognition in AD 835.
     
           
  • | NATL - Public Interest
    - To raise awareness of the needs of children waiting to be adopted and to recognize. people who have adopted or were adopted.
     
           

Friday, November 2nd, 2018

  • | 9:30am - 11:00am | Seniors, Retirement, Breakfast Bingo Seniors
    - Seniors are invited to join the Oaks of Brecksville for Breakfast and Bingo! the first Friday of every month from 9:30am to 11:00am! To RSVP for Friday, November 2nd event, please call 440-546-0643!
    The Oaks of Brecksville
    8757 Brecksville Road Brecksville OH 44141
    Michelle Adamczyk 440.546.0643 michelle.adamczyk@saberhealth.com
  • | 10:00am - 6:00pm | Local Events
    - Plan to join for holiday festivities!
    Transitional Design
    601 Towpath Trail Broadview Heights OH 44147
  • | 6:00pm - 2:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Art Show, Event, Holidays, Shopping, Shop Small, Art, Makers, Handmade
    - Join the Screw Factory Artists & local makers for 2 days of shopping, exploring, and gathering of friends. The Templar cars will be on display, coffee will be flowing, and artists will be ready. We look forward to seeing you.

    November 2nd 6pm - 10pm
    November 3rd 10am - 2pm

    Admission & parking are free.
    Screw Factory Artists Studios
    13000 Athens Ave Lakewood OH 44107
    Melissa Hale 440.941.0398 melissa@yatesapothecary.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.
     
           

Saturday, November 3rd, 2018

  • | 9:00am - 4:00pm | Local Events
    - Pampering Day at our Independence office will be on Saturday, November 3rd. We invite grieving women (ages 12 and over please) to join us for a day of fun treatments & pampering! We will have a variety of things for you to participate in along with a fun craft. Refreshments and light fare will be provided. This event is free of cost; however, the times are available on a first come, first serve basis. You can register for the following times: 9:00am-11:00am, 11:30am-1:30pm, or 2:00pm-4:00pm. You MUST formally register in order to attend by visiting: click for details

    Please note that responding to this Facebook event doesn't count as a formal RSVP for the event.
    Cornerstone of Hope
    5905 Brecksville Rd Independence OH 44131
  • | 10:00am - 12:00pm | Arts and Entertainment
    - Arts & Crafts Adventure
    Date: Saturdays, November 3, 10, 17, 24
    Time: 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    ​Instructor: Jacky Drachenberg
    Tuition: $60.00
    Level: Child ages 8-12

    Students will work with a variety of media such as clay, wood, glass, and textiles to make works of art only a child's mind can create. Come to join the fun! Art supplies will be provided.
    Brecksville Center for the Arts
    8997 Highland Drive Brecksville OH 44141
  • | 10:00am - 6:00pm | Local Events
    - Plan to join for holiday festivities!
    Transitional Design
    601 Towpath Trail Broadview Heights OH 44147
  • | 10:30am - 12:30pm | Arts and Entertainment
    - Clay Studio
    Date:Session 3: Saturdays, November 3 - November 24
    ​​​Time: 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM
    Instructor: Dianne Stiver- Lang
    ​Tuition: $80.00
    Level: Adult

    From beginners to advanced students. Different projects created each week, including glaze techniques. Projects included: working on potter's wheel and hand-building. Examples: wheel-thrown cups, bowls, slab made baskets. All supplies included.
    Brecksville Center for the Arts
    8997 Highland Drive Brecksville OH 44141
  • | 2:00pm - 3:30pm | 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.
     
           
  • | 6:00pm - 2:00pm | Arts and Entertainment, Art Show, Event, Holidays, Shopping, Shop Small, Art, Makers, Handmade
    - Join the Screw Factory Artists & local makers for 2 days of shopping, exploring, and gathering of friends. The Templar cars will be on display, coffee will be flowing, and artists will be ready. We look forward to seeing you.

    November 2nd 6pm - 10pm
    November 3rd 10am - 2pm

    Admission & parking are free.
    Screw Factory Artists Studios
    13000 Athens Ave Lakewood OH 44107
    Melissa Hale 440.941.0398 melissa@yatesapothecary.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.
     
           
  • | NATL - Public Interest
    - A popular occasion where women and girls take initiative in inviting a man or boy of their choice for a date. This tradition established in "Li'l Abner" comic strip in 1930s by cartoonist Al Capp. Usually on the first Saturday in November.
     
           

Sunday, November 4th, 2018

  • | 1:00pm - | Sports and Recreation
    - 1:00PM

    Let's Go Browns!
    FirstEnergy Stadium
    100 Alfred Lerner Way Cleveland OH 44114
  • - Join #Wedding Bridal Shows for their most unique show yet! At the stunning and impossibly cool Club Motor Estates! Admission is only $8 per person! Register online or at the door! Stay tuned for free ticket giveaways and discount codes!
    Club Motor Estates
    1000 E Edgerton Rd, Broadview Heights OH 44147
  • | 1:00pm - 4:00pm | Local Events
    - The NEO Challenger BaseBall Wing Ding Fundraiser is Sunday November 4th 2018 1-4pm. The contact for tickets is Shannon Vilkinofsky @440.669.5576 via phone or text.
    ROOKIES SPORTS BAR AND GRILL
    6913 W 130TH ST, PARMA HEIGHTS OH 44130
  • | NATL - Seasonal
    - Standard time resumes 2AM on the first Sunday in November in each time zone. Many people use the popular rule "spring forward and fall back" to remember which way to turn their clocks.
     
           

Monday, November 5th, 2018

  • - Join us on Monday, November 5th from 7-7:30 PM for the official Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the new Broadview Heights Community and Recreation Center.
    Broadview Heights Recreation Center
    9543 Broadview Road Broadview Heights OH 44147
  • | Promotional, free, kids, food
    - All Day Every Monday BWT Kids Eat FREE!
    *12 and under with the purchase of entree

    Kids menu consists of:

    Chicken Tenders & Fries
    Cheese Quesadilla & Fries
    Fish Sticks & Fries
    Sliders (2) & Fries
    Burger & Fries
    Grilled Cheese & Fries
    Salmon & Roasted Vegetables
    Grilled Chicken & Roasted Vegetables

    All items $6 served with a drink, for tavern kids 12 & under please.***
    Burntwood Tavern
    8188 Brecksville Rd Brecksville OH 44141

Tuesday, November 6th, 2018

  • | 10:00am - 11:00am | Arts and Entertainment
    - Date: Wednesdays, November 6, 13, 20, 27
    Time: 7:00 - 8:00 PM
    Instructor: Jackie Ma
    Tuition: $3.00 per class. Cash only.
    Level: 12+ to Adult

    Line dancing is a fun, easy, and great form of exercise. The steps require a good sense of balance and some basic body movements. Line dancing is a great way to socialize and make new friends. The next time you go to a wedding you can join in "The Electric Slide" and others!
    No pre-registration required. Drop-ins are welcome!

    Questions? Please call Jackie Ma at 440-546-7531
    Brecksville Center for the Arts
    8997 Highland Drive Brecksville OH 44141
  • | NATL - Government
    - Generally, the Tuesday after the first Monday in November.
     
           

Wednesday, November 7th, 2018

  • | 12:00pm - 3:30pm | Local Events
    Independence Civic Center
    6363 Selig Drive Independence OH 44131
  • | 1:30pm - 2:30pm | Seniors, Retirement, support group caregiver seniors
    - Families and Caregivers of seniors are invited to The Oaks of Brecksville every Wednesday at 1:30pm to share information, insight, advice and encouragement. This un-moderated group is intended to provide an opportunity to learn from others who face the same challenges and allow you to talk about your experiences.
    The Oaks of Brecksville
    8757 Brecksville Road Brecksville OH 44141
    Michelle Adamczyk 440.546.0643 michelle.adamczyk@saberhealth.com
  • | 6:30pm - 8:30pm | Arts and Entertainment
    - Dates: Session 3: Wednesdays, November 7-November 28
    Time: 6:30 PM- 8:30 PM
    Instructor: Stephanie Sibits
    Tuition: $80.00
    Level: Adult/Teen

    It's time to begin your impressionist acrylic painting experience. Discover, enjoy, and relax while creating a luscious painting in a short 2 hour class with step-by-step instructions with artist Stephanie Sibits. There will be a short critique during the class to talk about composition and color while you get a feel for the texture and the magical quality of acrylics.
    Brecksville Center for the Arts
    8997 Highland Drive Brecksville OH 44141
  • | 6:30pm - 9:00pm | Arts and Entertainment
    - Ceramics for Adults
    Date:Session 2 - Wednesdays, November 7, 14, 21, 28
    ​​Time: 6:30 - 9:00 PM
    Instructor: Bev Ziegler
    ​Tuition: $100.00
    ​Level: Adult

    In this class, instructor Bev Ziegler guides you through decorating functional pieces while learning the basics, or furthering your existing skills, in working with clay. The class will teach pinching, coil, slab and pottery wheel techniques.

    Students are encouraged to get creative and explore the world of ceramics by using their imagination to create unique personal designs. You will also be able to personalize your ceramic piece by decorating and using various glazing techniques.

    All projects do require firing in the kiln, so they will not be ready to take home the same day. All supplies included.
    Brecksville Center for the Arts
    8997 Highland Drive Brecksville OH 44141
  • | 6:30pm - 8:30pm | Arts and Entertainment
    - ​Date: Wednesdays, November 7, 14, 21, 28
    Time: 6:30 PM- 8:30 PM
    Instructor: Barbara Hubert
    Tuition: $80.00
    Level: Adult/Teen

    ​Now you can learn beginning watercolor skills and terms, and also produce a beautiful painting to take home with you! Barbara Hubert will guide and help you learn this enjoyable and relaxing medium. As each class builds upon itself, you will grow more accomplished!
    Brecksville Center for the Arts
    8997 Highland Drive Brecksville OH 44141
  • - 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 New Moon phase at 11:02 AM, EST.
     
           

Thursday, November 8th, 2018

  • | 6:30pm - 8:30pm | Arts and Entertainment
    - Date: Thursday, November 8
    Time: 6:30 PM- 8:30 PM
    Tuition: $25.00
    Material Fee: $10.00 payable to instructor
    Level: Adult/Teen

    Come create stunning yet easy to make Chinese silk scarves.
    You will learn a new technique to dye silk fabric.
    ​Each person will create two- 5 feet length scarves in this class.
    ​These make great gifts! No art background is necessary.
    Brecksville Center for the Arts
    8997 Highland Drive Brecksville OH 44141
  • | 6:30pm - 5:00pm | Local Events
    - The conference's objective is to improve the members' confidence, knowledge and ability to generate ideas and resources to improve awareness, increase community activity, generate additional sponsorships, increase donations and eventually drive the LitterBugz to pick up all of the litter from Cuyahoga County in one day.


    Alfred Porter Jr. – Alfred is a passionate activist and inspiring artist in the Cleveland hip-hop community. He is the founder of the Hip-Hop Workshop at Cleveland State University and takes pride in supporting young and ambitions individuals. You can read his blog at click for details

    Amid Yousef – Amid is a Syrian-born proud American. He has extensive business experience and is the owner and operator of LED Digital Signz where he helps businesses advertise. Amid is passionate about keeping his city, North Randall, litter free. Read more about Amid at click for details

    Angela Bennett – Angela is the Director of Development and Programming with the Cleveland Police Foundation. She believes trust between the police department and the citizens it serves, is an absolute necessity. You can see a recent interview with her at click for details

    Basheer Jones – Basheer is a devoted community leader and social justice activist. He has received various awards including the “Emerging Leader” award from U.S. Rep. Marcia Fudge. He currently sits as Ward 7 Councilman and serves on four council committees. You can read his full bio at click for details

    Carmonita Williams – Carmonita is the current Volunteer Chair on the LitterBugz board of directors. She believes strongly in empowering and engaging the youth by holding events. She loves connecting with teams across Cuyahoga County in efforts to prevent litter build up. You can connect with her at click for details

    Cassie “Shy Moon” Bishop – Cassie has her masters at Cleveland State University and is a very artistic song writer. She also published a book titled, “Teddy’s Journey to the Clouds.” Her latest album, “The Year I Played Dead” can be found on click for details

    Cathi Lehn – Cathi is currently the Sustainable Cleveland Manager for the City of Cleveland Mayor’s Office of Sustainability. Her role is to work with community members towards building a Green City on a Blue Lake. She is also a proud graduate of the Cuyahoga County Solid Waste District’s Master Recycler program. You can connect with Cathi at clehn@city.cleveland.oh.us.

    Charlie Weible – Charlie is a certified public accountant with over 25 years of experience. He specializes in consulting, accounting, auditing, and tax planning. Charlie is known for his ability to guide business owners through their start-up phase. You can read more about him at click for details

    Crystal Muscatello – Crystal is a Certified Qigong Instructor and passionate community organizer. She believes in improvement by embracing opportunities and envisioning a healthy community. You can read testimonials at click for details

    Dave “Ziggy” Deitke – Dave is a super performer who plays guitar and the harmonica. Dave is a passionate performer with a big heart for his community. He plays in C-Level, a popular local band. Their album can be found at click for details.

    Elizabeth Hennessy – Elizabeth is a passionate volunteer for local nonprofits such as Building Hope in the City and The LitterBugz. She is kind hearted and truly believes in leading by example to get things done.

    Greg “DJ NuEra” Barrow – Greg is an award winning DJ and Turnt-tablist that is known for moving crowds. He creates a uniquely tailored experience wherever he plays and is constantly perfecting his craft. You can learn more about him at click for details

    Gusty Molnar – Gusty is a community improvement driven entrepreneur and president of Gustave Development. He is proud of his numerous improvement renovations in the Tremont neighborhood on the south-side of Cleveland. You can read about Gusty at click for details

    Jeff Schlekie – Jeff is the founder and lead organizer for The LitterBugz. He also works as a service technician for Approved Plumbing Co, a local plumbing company out of Broadview Heights, Ohio. You can read his blog at click for details

    Jeph Wahl – Jeph Wahlgren is a guitarist originally from Middleburg Heights. He can play a number of cover songs and has originals as well. Jeph is also a phenomenal cook. You can hear Jeph’s music at click for details

    John “Suave Goddi” Davis – Suave is the founder of Spit Boxers and is a natural MC, a true leader in the hip-hop/rap community. He has been on the Scene Magazine cover and is an underground legend. You can watch his skills in this video click for details

    Jonathan Steirer – Jon is a proactive environmentalist who has been planting seeds to improve the Cudell area for quite some time. As a resident, Jon plays leadership roles in Global Shapers Community and Cudell Improvement Inc. He is also a marine engineer. You can see him interviewed on click for details

    Kevin Soster – Kevin is an aspiring film and digital media wizard. He is currently a student at Cleveland State University where he is achieving his Bachelors in Film & Digital Media, and his Bachelors in Criminology. Kevin is the current Social Media Director for the LitterBugz. You can connect with him at click for details

    Lisa Espinosa – Lisa likes to be known as a Professional Slacker. She lives in Akron and is an experienced Lyft driver with excellent reviews. Lisa is a passionate LitterBugz volunteer who dedicates all her free time to the program.

    Mark “The Bull” Soltysik – Mark is an entrepreneur and known freestyle hip-hop rapper. He founded and managed one of the largest street basketball leagues in the State of Ohio called, the Greater Cleveland Basketball Association. He also served as Finance Chair for the LitterBugz in 2017.

    Matt Tyrrell – Matt is a videographer, web designer, and marketing genius. He is known for connecting like-minded people, and displaying positivity. He lives everyday like a holiday. You can watch his lifestyle videos at click for details

    Matthew Scott Schmidt – Matthew Scott is the current President for the LitterBugz and is constantly trying to improve himself. He is a local comedian and State Farm rep. Matt enjoys making people laugh and is constantly performing. You can follow him at click for details

    Micheal Elliott – Mike is a huge Cleveland supporter and works numerous jobs. Mike has volunteered with the LitterBugz since its inception in 2011 and continues to educate others on the effects of litter. Mike is a basketball coach and devoted to his community. He can be seen on TV with Jeff and Cassandra at click for details

    Najada Davis – Najada is a great entertainer and event host. He puts together concerts and events as the Director of Legion of Lyricists, a local entertainment group. His versatile band released a movie this year. You can view the trailer at click for details

    Nick Memorich – Nick is a faithful Orthodox Christian where he hosts open gym basketball for parishioners and serves as a counselor at St. Vladimir’s Camp and Retreat Center. Nick received a Bachelor of Science degree from Kent State University with an emphasis on Aeronautical Studies. You can connect with Nick at click for details

    Pleas Chambers – Pleas is a United States Army veteran and founder of AMP’s Personalized Driving Service. He has numerous degrees in business and sat on the Goodwill Industries board for over ten years. You can connect with Pleas at click for details

    Rachel Shortt – Rachel is an ambitious independent music professional who sings and plays guitar. She is known for her amazing voice and for constantly performing in the greater Cleveland area. Her album “Shortt Stories” expresses a raw and emotional take on life. You can hear here music at click for details

    Sara Continenza – Sara is an entrepreneur, nonprofit director, community leader, and Ward 3 Councilwoman in South Euclid, Ohio. She believes in the benefits of being a public servant. She is here to help people by engaging the community and displaying local talent. You can read about her program at click for details

    Sophie Brown – Sophie plays guitar and is an astounding folk singer. She can be found playing somewhere on the west-side of Cleveland. Her music can be found at click for details

    Therese Pohorence – Therese is a known gardener and environmental activist. She plays a leadership role in the community by connecting teenagers to Denison Church of Christ through clean-ups and other fun improvement events. You can see her interviewed on the news at click for details

    Tossie Wiley III – Tossie is an efficient problem solver and enjoys spreading success ideas. He currently works as the Sales Training and Development Manager for Secure Lending Incorporated, a local mortgage loan provider. You can connect with him at click for details
    Embassy Suites by Hilton Cleveland Rockside
    5800 Rockside Woods Blvd, Independence OH 44131
  • - Emerald Necklace Garden Club (ENGC) was founded in 1964 and currently has 44 members. Members cultivate beauty through good gardening, participate in biennial flower shows, inspire youth to garden through school and extra-curricular activities, provide scholarships for horticultural students and support civic beautification and conservation.

    General meetings are held the second Thursday of the month
    ​September through June at 9:15 AM
    Christ the Redeemer Lutheran Church
    9201 Brecksville Road, Brecksville, OH 44141

    ​Guests are always welcome at meetings
    For information on the next meeting
    ​Contact Lisa at lcpayne228@gmail.com
    Christ the Redeemer Lutheran Church
    9201 Brecksville Road Brecksville OH 44141

Friday, November 9th, 2018

  • | 6:30pm - 5:00pm | Local Events
    - The conference's objective is to improve the members' confidence, knowledge and ability to generate ideas and resources to improve awareness, increase community activity, generate additional sponsorships, increase donations and eventually drive the LitterBugz to pick up all of the litter from Cuyahoga County in one day.


    Alfred Porter Jr. – Alfred is a passionate activist and inspiring artist in the Cleveland hip-hop community. He is the founder of the Hip-Hop Workshop at Cleveland State University and takes pride in supporting young and ambitions individuals. You can read his blog at click for details

    Amid Yousef – Amid is a Syrian-born proud American. He has extensive business experience and is the owner and operator of LED Digital Signz where he helps businesses advertise. Amid is passionate about keeping his city, North Randall, litter free. Read more about Amid at click for details

    Angela Bennett – Angela is the Director of Development and Programming with the Cleveland Police Foundation. She believes trust between the police department and the citizens it serves, is an absolute necessity. You can see a recent interview with her at click for details

    Basheer Jones – Basheer is a devoted community leader and social justice activist. He has received various awards including the “Emerging Leader” award from U.S. Rep. Marcia Fudge. He currently sits as Ward 7 Councilman and serves on four council committees. You can read his full bio at click for details

    Carmonita Williams – Carmonita is the current Volunteer Chair on the LitterBugz board of directors. She believes strongly in empowering and engaging the youth by holding events. She loves connecting with teams across Cuyahoga County in efforts to prevent litter build up. You can connect with her at click for details

    Cassie “Shy Moon” Bishop – Cassie has her masters at Cleveland State University and is a very artistic song writer. She also published a book titled, “Teddy’s Journey to the Clouds.” Her latest album, “The Year I Played Dead” can be found on click for details

    Cathi Lehn – Cathi is currently the Sustainable Cleveland Manager for the City of Cleveland Mayor’s Office of Sustainability. Her role is to work with community members towards building a Green City on a Blue Lake. She is also a proud graduate of the Cuyahoga County Solid Waste District’s Master Recycler program. You can connect with Cathi at clehn@city.cleveland.oh.us.

    Charlie Weible – Charlie is a certified public accountant with over 25 years of experience. He specializes in consulting, accounting, auditing, and tax planning. Charlie is known for his ability to guide business owners through their start-up phase. You can read more about him at click for details

    Crystal Muscatello – Crystal is a Certified Qigong Instructor and passionate community organizer. She believes in improvement by embracing opportunities and envisioning a healthy community. You can read testimonials at click for details

    Dave “Ziggy” Deitke – Dave is a super performer who plays guitar and the harmonica. Dave is a passionate performer with a big heart for his community. He plays in C-Level, a popular local band. Their album can be found at click for details.

    Elizabeth Hennessy – Elizabeth is a passionate volunteer for local nonprofits such as Building Hope in the City and The LitterBugz. She is kind hearted and truly believes in leading by example to get things done.

    Greg “DJ NuEra” Barrow – Greg is an award winning DJ and Turnt-tablist that is known for moving crowds. He creates a uniquely tailored experience wherever he plays and is constantly perfecting his craft. You can learn more about him at click for details

    Gusty Molnar – Gusty is a community improvement driven entrepreneur and president of Gustave Development. He is proud of his numerous improvement renovations in the Tremont neighborhood on the south-side of Cleveland. You can read about Gusty at click for details

    Jeff Schlekie – Jeff is the founder and lead organizer for The LitterBugz. He also works as a service technician for Approved Plumbing Co, a local plumbing company out of Broadview Heights, Ohio. You can read his blog at click for details

    Jeph Wahl – Jeph Wahlgren is a guitarist originally from Middleburg Heights. He can play a number of cover songs and has originals as well. Jeph is also a phenomenal cook. You can hear Jeph’s music at click for details

    John “Suave Goddi” Davis – Suave is the founder of Spit Boxers and is a natural MC, a true leader in the hip-hop/rap community. He has been on the Scene Magazine cover and is an underground legend. You can watch his skills in this video click for details

    Jonathan Steirer – Jon is a proactive environmentalist who has been planting seeds to improve the Cudell area for quite some time. As a resident, Jon plays leadership roles in Global Shapers Community and Cudell Improvement Inc. He is also a marine engineer. You can see him interviewed on click for details

    Kevin Soster – Kevin is an aspiring film and digital media wizard. He is currently a student at Cleveland State University where he is achieving his Bachelors in Film & Digital Media, and his Bachelors in Criminology. Kevin is the current Social Media Director for the LitterBugz. You can connect with him at click for details

    Lisa Espinosa – Lisa likes to be known as a Professional Slacker. She lives in Akron and is an experienced Lyft driver with excellent reviews. Lisa is a passionate LitterBugz volunteer who dedicates all her free time to the program.

    Mark “The Bull” Soltysik – Mark is an entrepreneur and known freestyle hip-hop rapper. He founded and managed one of the largest street basketball leagues in the State of Ohio called, the Greater Cleveland Basketball Association. He also served as Finance Chair for the LitterBugz in 2017.

    Matt Tyrrell – Matt is a videographer, web designer, and marketing genius. He is known for connecting like-minded people, and displaying positivity. He lives everyday like a holiday. You can watch his lifestyle videos at click for details

    Matthew Scott Schmidt – Matthew Scott is the current President for the LitterBugz and is constantly trying to improve himself. He is a local comedian and State Farm rep. Matt enjoys making people laugh and is constantly performing. You can follow him at click for details

    Micheal Elliott – Mike is a huge Cleveland supporter and works numerous jobs. Mike has volunteered with the LitterBugz since its inception in 2011 and continues to educate others on the effects of litter. Mike is a basketball coach and devoted to his community. He can be seen on TV with Jeff and Cassandra at click for details

    Najada Davis – Najada is a great entertainer and event host. He puts together concerts and events as the Director of Legion of Lyricists, a local entertainment group. His versatile band released a movie this year. You can view the trailer at click for details

    Nick Memorich – Nick is a faithful Orthodox Christian where he hosts open gym basketball for parishioners and serves as a counselor at St. Vladimir’s Camp and Retreat Center. Nick received a Bachelor of Science degree from Kent State University with an emphasis on Aeronautical Studies. You can connect with Nick at click for details

    Pleas Chambers – Pleas is a United States Army veteran and founder of AMP’s Personalized Driving Service. He has numerous degrees in business and sat on the Goodwill Industries board for over ten years. You can connect with Pleas at click for details

    Rachel Shortt – Rachel is an ambitious independent music professional who sings and plays guitar. She is known for her amazing voice and for constantly performing in the greater Cleveland area. Her album “Shortt Stories” expresses a raw and emotional take on life. You can hear here music at click for details

    Sara Continenza – Sara is an entrepreneur, nonprofit director, community leader, and Ward 3 Councilwoman in South Euclid, Ohio. She believes in the benefits of being a public servant. She is here to help people by engaging the community and displaying local talent. You can read about her program at click for details

    Sophie Brown – Sophie plays guitar and is an astounding folk singer. She can be found playing somewhere on the west-side of Cleveland. Her music can be found at click for details

    Therese Pohorence – Therese is a known gardener and environmental activist. She plays a leadership role in the community by connecting teenagers to Denison Church of Christ through clean-ups and other fun improvement events. You can see her interviewed on the news at click for details

    Tossie Wiley III – Tossie is an efficient problem solver and enjoys spreading success ideas. He currently works as the Sales Training and Development Manager for Secure Lending Incorporated, a local mortgage loan provider. You can connect with him at click for details
    Embassy Suites by Hilton Cleveland Rockside
    5800 Rockside Woods Blvd, Independence OH 44131
  • - These two-hour sessions are open to anyone regardless of when your loss was or if you have previously been through a Cornerstone group. The holidays can be difficult for the bereaved. Please join us for one of these dates for tips on how to cope with the holidays and create a small memorial project. Refreshments will be provided. All sessions will cover the same materials, so please RSVP for the one session you’d like to attend by calling 216.524.4673.
    Cornerstone of Hope
    5905 Brecksville Rd Independence OH 44131

Saturday, November 10th, 2018

  • | 9:00am - 3:00pm | Local Events
    - Christmas Craft Show
    Saturday, November 10, 2018
    9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
    Admission $1, Children under 12 FREE

    The Christmas Craft Fair will feature over 100 tables with beautiful and unique gifts you’re sure to enjoy! The event includes a Chinese Auction, Snack Bar, and MORE!

    Shop for the perfect gift for that special someone. The CVCC Craft Show will feature more than 75 vendors offering unique gifts and crafted items, plus products available only through representatives from Champion Windows of Cleveland, C.O.B.R.A. Self Defense Systems Mentor, doTerra Essential Oils, Forever:Media Conversion, Fresh2UCoffee, Hi-Dow Tens/EMS Pain Relief & Muscle Performance Units & Accessories, Java Momma, Joyce Factory Outlet, Perfectly Posh, Premier Design, Scentsy, Tastefully Simple, Thirty-One & Crochet Fashions by Dawn, and many other handmade crafts.

    The event features a snack bar, Chinese auction and much more!

    Interested crafters should contact Lisa Theodore, Dental Assisting instructor at 440.746.8259, or ltheodore@cvccworks.edu.

    Reserved vendor space as follows (includes table(s) & electricity):
    1 space - $50
    2 spaces - $85
    3 spaces - $105

    Spaces assigned on first-come-first-served basis.

    Directions: CVCC is located at 8001 Brecksville Road, in Brecksville, one mile east of the I-77/Wallings Road exit, diagonally across from the Wallings and Brecksville Road intersection.

    Sponsored by the CVCC Dental Assisting Students
    Cuyahoga Valley Career Center
    8001 Brecksville Rd. Brecksville OH 44141
  • | 6:30pm - 8:30pm | Arts and Entertainment, Art Workshop, Date Night
    - ALCOHOL INK WORKSHOP
    ABSTRACT DREAMSCAPE
    1.5 – 2 HOURS I PRICE $35 PER PERSON I $60 PER COUPLE I CLASS SIZE: MIN 4 – MAX 12
    These Workshops are ideal for beginning to advanced level participants. With this medium, there is no need for prior art experience of any kind!

    Within these workshops, participants will learn how to manipulate this fun and exciting medium by experimenting with various application techniques on three different surfaces.

    Dripping on Ceramic Tile
    Flowing inks on diverse types of coated card stock
    Creating a final piece on Yupo paper

    By the end of the workshop, participants will understand the fun and exciting opportunities this medium has to offer. Each participant will leave this workshop with a finish piece on 5” x 6.5” Yupo paper and their test pieces on cardstock. All materials are provided.

    ALL WORKSHOPS START AT 6:30 AND WILL RUN FOR 1.5-2 HOURS. Sign up online, in person or over the phone. These workshops DO FILL UP FAST!

    * This is a MESSY workshop. Gloves will be provided however, alcohol inks WILL STAIN CLOTHING. It is recommended to wear clothing that you do not mind potentially staining.

    * If a participant would like to purchase their ceramic test tile during this workshop, they can be purchased for $5.00. They will then need to be sealed at home (Spray Varnish of any finish will suffice).

    Additional ALCOHOL INK WORKSHOP DATES

    ABSTRACT FLORAL
    April 21, 2018
    July 7, 2018
    October 20, 2018

    ABSTRACT LANDSCAPE
    April 28, 2018

    ABSTRACT DREAMSCAPE
    May 26, 2018
    September 8, 2018
    November 10, 2018
    Cuyahoga Valley Art Center
    2131 Front Street Cuyahoga Falls OH 44221
    Cuyahoga Valley Art Center Front Desk 330.928.8092 cvac@cvartcenter.org
  • | 6:30pm - 5:00pm | Local Events
    - The conference's objective is to improve the members' confidence, knowledge and ability to generate ideas and resources to improve awareness, increase community activity, generate additional sponsorships, increase donations and eventually drive the LitterBugz to pick up all of the litter from Cuyahoga County in one day.


    Alfred Porter Jr. – Alfred is a passionate activist and inspiring artist in the Cleveland hip-hop community. He is the founder of the Hip-Hop Workshop at Cleveland State University and takes pride in supporting young and ambitions individuals. You can read his blog at click for details

    Amid Yousef – Amid is a Syrian-born proud American. He has extensive business experience and is the owner and operator of LED Digital Signz where he helps businesses advertise. Amid is passionate about keeping his city, North Randall, litter free. Read more about Amid at click for details

    Angela Bennett – Angela is the Director of Development and Programming with the Cleveland Police Foundation. She believes trust between the police department and the citizens it serves, is an absolute necessity. You can see a recent interview with her at click for details

    Basheer Jones – Basheer is a devoted community leader and social justice activist. He has received various awards including the “Emerging Leader” award from U.S. Rep. Marcia Fudge. He currently sits as Ward 7 Councilman and serves on four council committees. You can read his full bio at click for details

    Carmonita Williams – Carmonita is the current Volunteer Chair on the LitterBugz board of directors. She believes strongly in empowering and engaging the youth by holding events. She loves connecting with teams across Cuyahoga County in efforts to prevent litter build up. You can connect with her at click for details

    Cassie “Shy Moon” Bishop – Cassie has her masters at Cleveland State University and is a very artistic song writer. She also published a book titled, “Teddy’s Journey to the Clouds.” Her latest album, “The Year I Played Dead” can be found on click for details

    Cathi Lehn – Cathi is currently the Sustainable Cleveland Manager for the City of Cleveland Mayor’s Office of Sustainability. Her role is to work with community members towards building a Green City on a Blue Lake. She is also a proud graduate of the Cuyahoga County Solid Waste District’s Master Recycler program. You can connect with Cathi at clehn@city.cleveland.oh.us.

    Charlie Weible – Charlie is a certified public accountant with over 25 years of experience. He specializes in consulting, accounting, auditing, and tax planning. Charlie is known for his ability to guide business owners through their start-up phase. You can read more about him at click for details

    Crystal Muscatello – Crystal is a Certified Qigong Instructor and passionate community organizer. She believes in improvement by embracing opportunities and envisioning a healthy community. You can read testimonials at click for details

    Dave “Ziggy” Deitke – Dave is a super performer who plays guitar and the harmonica. Dave is a passionate performer with a big heart for his community. He plays in C-Level, a popular local band. Their album can be found at click for details.

    Elizabeth Hennessy – Elizabeth is a passionate volunteer for local nonprofits such as Building Hope in the City and The LitterBugz. She is kind hearted and truly believes in leading by example to get things done.

    Greg “DJ NuEra” Barrow – Greg is an award winning DJ and Turnt-tablist that is known for moving crowds. He creates a uniquely tailored experience wherever he plays and is constantly perfecting his craft. You can learn more about him at click for details

    Gusty Molnar – Gusty is a community improvement driven entrepreneur and president of Gustave Development. He is proud of his numerous improvement renovations in the Tremont neighborhood on the south-side of Cleveland. You can read about Gusty at click for details

    Jeff Schlekie – Jeff is the founder and lead organizer for The LitterBugz. He also works as a service technician for Approved Plumbing Co, a local plumbing company out of Broadview Heights, Ohio. You can read his blog at click for details

    Jeph Wahl – Jeph Wahlgren is a guitarist originally from Middleburg Heights. He can play a number of cover songs and has originals as well. Jeph is also a phenomenal cook. You can hear Jeph’s music at click for details

    John “Suave Goddi” Davis – Suave is the founder of Spit Boxers and is a natural MC, a true leader in the hip-hop/rap community. He has been on the Scene Magazine cover and is an underground legend. You can watch his skills in this video click for details

    Jonathan Steirer – Jon is a proactive environmentalist who has been planting seeds to improve the Cudell area for quite some time. As a resident, Jon plays leadership roles in Global Shapers Community and Cudell Improvement Inc. He is also a marine engineer. You can see him interviewed on click for details

    Kevin Soster – Kevin is an aspiring film and digital media wizard. He is currently a student at Cleveland State University where he is achieving his Bachelors in Film & Digital Media, and his Bachelors in Criminology. Kevin is the current Social Media Director for the LitterBugz. You can connect with him at click for details

    Lisa Espinosa – Lisa likes to be known as a Professional Slacker. She lives in Akron and is an experienced Lyft driver with excellent reviews. Lisa is a passionate LitterBugz volunteer who dedicates all her free time to the program.

    Mark “The Bull” Soltysik – Mark is an entrepreneur and known freestyle hip-hop rapper. He founded and managed one of the largest street basketball leagues in the State of Ohio called, the Greater Cleveland Basketball Association. He also served as Finance Chair for the LitterBugz in 2017.

    Matt Tyrrell – Matt is a videographer, web designer, and marketing genius. He is known for connecting like-minded people, and displaying positivity. He lives everyday like a holiday. You can watch his lifestyle videos at click for details

    Matthew Scott Schmidt – Matthew Scott is the current President for the LitterBugz and is constantly trying to improve himself. He is a local comedian and State Farm rep. Matt enjoys making people laugh and is constantly performing. You can follow him at click for details

    Micheal Elliott – Mike is a huge Cleveland supporter and works numerous jobs. Mike has volunteered with the LitterBugz since its inception in 2011 and continues to educate others on the effects of litter. Mike is a basketball coach and devoted to his community. He can be seen on TV with Jeff and Cassandra at click for details

    Najada Davis – Najada is a great entertainer and event host. He puts together concerts and events as the Director of Legion of Lyricists, a local entertainment group. His versatile band released a movie this year. You can view the trailer at click for details

    Nick Memorich – Nick is a faithful Orthodox Christian where he hosts open gym basketball for parishioners and serves as a counselor at St. Vladimir’s Camp and Retreat Center. Nick received a Bachelor of Science degree from Kent State University with an emphasis on Aeronautical Studies. You can connect with Nick at click for details

    Pleas Chambers – Pleas is a United States Army veteran and founder of AMP’s Personalized Driving Service. He has numerous degrees in business and sat on the Goodwill Industries board for over ten years. You can connect with Pleas at click for details

    Rachel Shortt – Rachel is an ambitious independent music professional who sings and plays guitar. She is known for her amazing voice and for constantly performing in the greater Cleveland area. Her album “Shortt Stories” expresses a raw and emotional take on life. You can hear here music at click for details

    Sara Continenza – Sara is an entrepreneur, nonprofit director, community leader, and Ward 3 Councilwoman in South Euclid, Ohio. She believes in the benefits of being a public servant. She is here to help people by engaging the community and displaying local talent. You can read about her program at click for details

    Sophie Brown – Sophie plays guitar and is an astounding folk singer. She can be found playing somewhere on the west-side of Cleveland. Her music can be found at click for details

    Therese Pohorence – Therese is a known gardener and environmental activist. She plays a leadership role in the community by connecting teenagers to Denison Church of Christ through clean-ups and other fun improvement events. You can see her interviewed on the news at click for details

    Tossie Wiley III – Tossie is an efficient problem solver and enjoys spreading success ideas. He currently works as the Sales Training and Development Manager for Secure Lending Incorporated, a local mortgage loan provider. You can connect with him at click for details
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Since 1986 the Town Planner Calendar has been keeping families across America up-to-date about events and other fun things to do right in their hometown.

Delivered free of charge every December to millions of homes across America, our full-sized, full-color calendar is a time-tested and beloved tool for helping families stay organized. The large date blocks are not only loaded with lots of nearby events and fun things to do, there's plenty of room for you to record your own family's important events like birthdays, anniversaries, parties -- anything you have planned -- so everybody in the house can see them whenever they go to the fridge, out the front door, or wherever you choose to display it.

But there's more! Every calendar is full of coupons from popular local merchants, so you can save money while supporting small businesses right in your hometown.

And don't miss our beautiful full-color photography! Every month you'll recognize a new photo from someplace close to home, submitted to us by a local photographer. If you'd like to have your own hometown photos included in our calendar, please contact your local publisher for more information.

We truly believe it's better to "keep it local". From coast to coast and border to border, our network of franchisees work with organizations and merchants right in their community to make sure you get the information and savings you care about. We prefer to feature family-friendly events that are a short walk or drive away, and coupons from local businesses so you can support your hometown economy.

If there's something happening close to home that folks in your neighborhood need to know about, why not submit it to us today? Please note that publication of your event is subject to approval by your local Town Planner publisher.

If there's no Town Planner calendar in your area, you could be looking at a great business opportunity! Town Planner franchisees set their own hours and can work out of their homes while providing a valuable service to both homeowners and local businesses in the area. To learn more about how to become a Town Planner franchise owner, please view our franchise information page.

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