Join the Weymouth Preservation Society for its 47th annual community-wide lawn sale. In addition to countless locals selling their goods and crafts, there will be vendors selling food, including fresh fruits and vegetables, and Boy Scouts selling sandwiches and mums. You are also invited to bring your tents and tables to sell your goods and crafts.
Join the fun at DogFest Cleveland, a community-based walk and festival that brings dog lovers together for a cause. Whether you have a dog or simply love them, DogFest will celebrate our canine friends and heroes that bring joy to our lives. All funds raised will benefit Canine Companions for Independence.
This biennial event seeks to raise awareness and educate locals about the economic importance of Medina County’s manufacturing industry. It will feature 75 exhibits by local manufacturers, keynote speaker John Ratzenberger and seven interactive displays.
On the first Friday of every month, Main Street Medina hosts an evening featuring fun activities, entertainment and live music, special deals and more in conjunction with the businesses in Medina's historic district. Each month, the First Friday theme is different. October's theme is "Bark-tober."
Our Saviour Lutheran Church will present handmade crafts, jewelry, cards, wood items, soap, watercolor prints and more at this year's Fall Craft Fair. Lunch and homemade pies will be served, and there will also be a bake sale and more than 35 raffle baskets.
This evening event will feature delicious food prepared by some of Medina County's highly regarded chefs, fun and philanthropy. The purpose is to draw attention to our local businesses while supporting the United Way of Medina County. Tickets start at $65 and can be purchased at Give.UnitedWayCleveland.org.
Main Street Medina's Ladies Night Out is an evening dedicated to shopping, socializing and snacking. This month's theme is Witches Night Out. Main Street Medina invites you to wear your best witch costume to celebrate this spooky time of year.
This year's Harry Potter 5K Fun Run and Walk will have the theme of "Seek and Find the Snitch." All participants are invited to dress up in their favorite Harry Potter garb at this family-friendly event. All runners and walkers will receive an exclusive Harry Potter T-shirt as well as a commemorative medal.
Ohio Regional Music Arts and Cultural Outreach (ORMACO) continues its Wadsworth Library Sunday afternoon concert series with Akron-based musician Samuel Salsbury. The program will include music selections from North India, and Samuel will play the sarangi, a string instrument used throughout South Asia. Tickets are free, but reservations are recommended. Visit ORMACO.org, or call 330.722.2541 to reserve your seat.
This workshop will feature Cathy Welner, a professional painter who specializes in teaching watercolor. She was on the faculty of Continuing Education at the Cleveland Institute of Art and has taught many workshops around the world. In this workshop, she will teach students how to create a winter landscape using watercolor. Registration is $60. Visit CliffsideArtistsCollaborative.org to reserve your spot.
The Autumn Fiber Festival will celebrate all things fiber! From handmade items and yarn to tools for spinning, weaving, felting, crocheting, knitting and rug hooking, this festival showcases the many facets of fiber arts. There will also be demonstrations throughout the day and fiber animals on display and for sale.
Ohio Regional Music Arts and Cultural Outreach (ORMACO) opens its 2019–20 World Tour of Music with Shashmaqam, a New York-based ensemble recognized in their native Uzbekistan and Tadzhikistan for their extraordinary musical talent. Their music reflects Central Asia’s ethnic eclecticism by bringing together Uzbek, Tadjik, Afghan and Azerbaijani songs and melodies for a lively program.