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Pizza Palooza

Choose the best pizza in Medina County at Pizza Palooza on Medina Square, June 11 from 9 am to 2 pm. Buy an $8 passport, taste test pizza and shop Medina County Farmers Market. Plus over 50 Medina County non-profit and social service organizations will be on hand to discuss the many services they provide our community.

Visage welcomes new member 
to the team

Visage Surgical Institute recently welcomed Danielle Pankuch to theVisage team. Trained and certified in the latest skin care technologies, Danielle continues to educate herself by staying stay up to date with what’s new in the skin care industry. Danielle is offering a complimentary skin analysis and facial to all new patients. 330.721.2323

The Blue Tip Festival

The Blue Tip Festival is a five day celebration of the Wadsworth, Ohio community, June 21 through June 25. It starts with a world class parade and the lighting of a giant, twenty foot blue tip match, which lights downtown Wadsworth during the festival’s duration. Enjoy amusement rides, festival foods, midway games, contests, and entertainment.

What’s new in June at 111 Bistro

111 Bistro will host a Goose Island Beer Dinner at $45 per person, $30 without beer on Thursday, June 16. Enjoy six courses and six beers. On Friday, June 17, the restaurant will mark its two-year anniversary. Specials all evening in celebration. 111 Bistro is at 2736 Medina Road  330.952.1122

B. Smith Gallery Unveiled at 
Medina Library

What do you get when you combine a love of art and a supportive former director? The B. Smith Gallery at Medina Library. On April 19 a group of friends and art supporters gathered on the third floor of the Medina Library for the dedication of the B. Smith Gallery in honor of former Medina County District Library director, Bob Smith. Smith served as director from the mid 1980s through 1998.

“Bob has been a long time supporter of the library both personally and financially. He always supported our Friends of the Library fundraisers, special teen art programs and much more. He’s a true friend of MCDL and one of our greatest advocates in the community,” says Carole Kowell, MCDL director.

“I’ve been working in and around libraries since the 70’s, and MCDL still owns a piece of my heart”, says Smith.

Women’s Clothing Drive at Medina County District Libraries

It’s spring-cleaning time. Give those clothes collecting dust in your closet a new life with a partnership between Medina County District Library and First Impression, Inc.

First Impression is a new 501C(3) organization that provides interview-appropriate attire to underprivileged women. The non-profit is the brainchild of Kathy Warner, a local businesswoman. Kathy’s goal is to give women confidence in their appearance when seeking a return to or a change in employment. Donation bins are available at all MCDL locations to accept gently used business and business casual clothing. Donations will be accepted through the end of June. Receipts will be attached to the clothing bins for individuals who wish to document their donation.