October 2016 Around Town

Millennium Rehabilitation 
Open House

Millennium Rehabilitation – A Physical Therapy and Sportsmedicine Center, is a locally owned and operated company, and they have been providing physical therapy care to the people of Medina County since 2002. They have just moved their clinic from the Hinckley Corporate Park into their new location, the “renovated” Hinckley Medical Center, located at 2546 Center Road, Hinckley. Join us at their Open House this October 20 from 4:30 to 7 pm, where they will be providing free health screens, refreshments, and raffle prizes. M-Rehab.com 330.558.0100.

Magic City Brewing

In neighboring Summit County, Magic City Brewing Company is in the midst of becoming the first microbrewery in Barberton. Magic City Brewing will embody an atmosphere that allows you to enjoy a variety of beer styles in an environment that celebrates community. Magic City Brewing recently hosted their Kickstarter Launch Party and is working towards opening their doors. Connect with them online for updates. Facebook.com/MagicCityBrewingCo

Cloverleaf Animal Hosptial 
Stress-Less Visits

Cloverleaf Animal Hospital is working to decrease the stress and anxiety for both clients and patients during  appointments.  Dr. Linda Randall and her staff have adopted new techniques that decrease inter-pet interactions and encourage a positive interaction with all staff.  They provide delicious treats as reinforcement for a pet’s great behavior throughout the exam, and a relaxing environment for all.  This full service veterinary hospital is well known for providing exemplary care to pets in the community. Cloverleaf.org 330.948.2002

Free Cider Making Class at Brunswick Library

Make the most of Ohio’s bountiful apple harvest by learning to make your own hard cider. (Surprise! Apple crushing is not required!) Experts from The Vine n Hop Shop and The New Frontier Cider Company will teach a class on the basics of cider making October 13 at 6:30 pm at Brunswick Library. Register online or at your local library for this event. MCDL.info/events

St. Patrick Episcopal 
Church Pet Blessing

St. Patrick Episcopal Church will host their 18th annual pet blessing October 2 from 1 to 4 pm in Brunswick’s North Park. The event commemorates St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of animals. This event offers individual blessings for each pet.

Fall Festivities at Heritage Farm

Through October 16, the Farmer’s Market at the Brunswick Area Historical Society’s Heritage Farm will continue to be open from 11 am to 2 pm every Sunday. The Farm will be a stop on the county’s Fall Foliage tour October 8 and 9, and the Country Pumpkin Festival returns October 15 and 16 for another exciting harvest festival. BrunswickHistory.com