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Ox Roast Fair Raffle Tickets Now Available 2015 Ox Roast Fair raffle tickets are available now. Take a chance at the first prize Harley Street Glide...

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Ox Roast Fair Raffle Tickets Now Available 2015 Ox Roast Fair raffle tickets are available now. Take a chance at the first prize Harley Street Glide...

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American Legion Breakfast Mondays Breakfast every Monday at the American Legion Post #674.  Time: 7:30 to 11:00 a.m.  Place 9130 Center Street in Windham.  Carry out...

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The Hiram College Athletic Department and the NFL have teamed up to present “The Football Officiating Academy” on April 10 from 3 p.m. to 8 p.m. in the Les & Kathy Coleman Sports, Recreation & Fitness Center and Henry Field on the campus of Hiram College.

Garrettsville resident and historical interpreter/naturalist, Foster Brown, will be appearing at the Portage County Gardeners Center 5154 S. prospect St. Ravenna, Ohio (Rootstown Twp.) April 14 at 1p.m. in the guise of Dr. Wildweed, an old-time herbalist.

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Dr. Wildweed emphasizes that, "Every plant has a purpose, and every plant has a story." Using familiar wild plants, he "treats" common illnesses with herbs and humor, and reveals the uniqueness of the plant world. Mr. Brown has been with the Cleveland Metroparks since 1996. He has produced several award-winning children’s music albums revealing the joys of nature, and songs and stories of the early days in Ohio. Mr. Brown’s recordings are available through the Cleveland Metroparks.

Don’t get all lathered up about the fact that the Vernal Equinox arrives on Thursday, trailing Spring behind it. No, no. Just extend your celebration of St. Patrick’s Day and a wearin’ o’ the green to Friday, March 20, in the historic GAR Hall in Peninsula, Ohio, at the program, Voices in the Valley (That’s the Cuyahoga Valley, son). On tap will be the local group known as Top of the Hill Band, comprised of Tina and Paul Dreisbach, both professional musicians and teachers at Hiram College, playing, respectively, wooden flute and concertina, and Irish pipes/whistle/oboe, with John Reynolds on fiddle, mandolin and tenor banjo; Kevin Johnson on guitar and—for this performance—Robin Montgomery on piano. The group plays jigs, reels and hornpipes and offers an occasional song with great spirit and a deep respect for the long tradition of Irish music.

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Don’t get all lathered up about the fact that the Vernal Equinox arrives on Thursday, trailing Spring behind it.  No, no.  Just extend your...

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Mantua Community Center  Every Tuesday The Community Center at Mantua Center has reopened in the cafeteria wing of the Mantua Center School, just N. of SR...

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Bats are an essential component to our natural world, but they also hold great value for humans. The pest control and pollinating services they...

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Hiram Community Trust: Grant Applications Due by April 4  Hiram Community Trust provides grant funds for projects that promote a spirit of cooperation among Hiram Village,...

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• Just in case you missed it, The Tenth Annual John M. Watson Memorial Concert will be presented on Friday,   March 6, 2015...

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Hiram Community Trust: Grant Applications Due by April 4  Hiram Community Trust provides grant funds for projects that promote a spirit of cooperation among Hiram Village,...

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Hiram - The 2015 Watson Memorial Concert will feature   the Orchid Ensemble, a Vancouver-based Chinese music trio which blends ancient musical instruments and...

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Ravenna - Ravenna’s own, Dontez James, will be having a book signing at Reed Memorial Library Sunday, March 15 from 2:00- 4:00pm. As early as...

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Hiram Community Trust: Grant Applications Due by April 4  Hiram Community Trust provides grant funds for projects that promote a spirit of cooperation among Hiram Village,...

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Hiram Community Trust: Grant Applications Due by April 4  Hiram Community Trust provides grant funds for projects that promote a spirit of cooperation among Hiram Village,...

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Hiram Community Trust: Grant Applications Due by April 4  Hiram Community Trust provides grant funds for projects that promote a spirit of cooperation among Hiram Village,...

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“Valentine’s Day celebrates love. These discarded, abused and homeless animals want love so badly and deserve it. We’ll have refreshments, snacks and of course, wonderful animals that need loving homes.” says Chalan Lowry, Executive Director.

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Hiram Community Trust: Grant Applications Due by April 4  Hiram Community Trust provides grant funds for projects that promote a spirit of cooperation among Hiram Village,...

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American Legion Breakfast Mondays Breakfast every Monday at the American Legion Post #674.  Time: 7:30 to 11:00 a.m.  Place 9130 Center Street in Windham.  Carry out...

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The festival will be held on Saturday, July 11, 2015 from 10am-6pm. Each year, "Art on the Hill & Wine Tasting" attracts over 70 artisans from the northeast Ohio area as well as from the nearby states of Pennsylvania, New York and Michigan. This is an excellent opportunity to sell and display your handmade works of art!

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American Legion Breakfast Mondays Breakfast every Monday at the American Legion Post #674.  Time: 7:30 to 11:00 a.m.  Place 9130 Center Street in Windham.  Carry out...

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Volunteers Wanted Coleman Adult Day Services looking for volunteers to work with seniors that attend in Ravenna. Socialization, play games and help with activities, share...

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Ravenna - Come join Portage Park District volunteer Naturalist Joe Malmisur and Dr. Sarah Maybe on Monday Dec 8th for the second in the...

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American Legion Breakfast Mondays Breakfast every Monday at the American Legion Post #674.  Time: 7:30 to 11:00 a.m. Place 9130 Center Street in Windham.  Carry out...

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“Many of the events of the annual cycle recur year after year in a regular order. A year-to-year record of this order is a record of the rates at which solar energy flows to and through living things. They are the arteries of the land. By tracing their response to the sun, phenology may eventually shed some light on that ultimate enigma, the land’s inner workings.” – Aldo Leopold, A

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‘Tis the season to…bliss-out on MUSIC? Well, heck yes. Here’s your chance to hear good tunes, to assist in making a contribution to the community, to learn something about one of the great icons in American music, to plunge into the Advent season and to be buoyed by sounds of Christmas as you’ve heard them for years and as new as each morning.

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American Legion Breakfast Mondays Breakfast every Monday at the American Legion Post #674.  Time: 7:30 to 11:00 a.m. Place 9130 Center Street in Windham.  Carry out...

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American Legion Breakfast Mondays Breakfast every Monday at the American Legion Post #674.  Time: 7:30 to 11:00 a.m. Place 9130 Center Street in Windham.  Carry out...

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American Legion Breakfast Mondays Breakfast every Monday at the American Legion Post #674.  Time: 7:30 to 11:00 a.m. Place 9130 Center Street in Windham.  Carry out...

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American Legion Breakfast Mondays Breakfast every Monday at the American Legion Post #674.  Time: 7:30 to 11:00 a.m. Place 9130 Center Street in Windham.  Carry out...

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American Legion Breakfast Mondays Breakfast every Monday at the American Legion Post #674.  Time: 7:30 to 11:00 a.m. Place 9130 Center Street in Windham.  Carry out...

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Free Senior Yoga FREE Yoga and Exercise get together for Seniors.  Once a month. At Hiram College.   Call Joseph, 330 569 3376 American Legion Breakfast Mondays Breakfast...

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Sat. Oct. 4, 1-3:30 pm. Bass Lake, a natural glacial lake near Chardon, is a new preserve of the Geauga Parks. Bass Lake, the headwaters of the Chagrin River, is closed to the general public and is the home of several rare species including nesting bald eagles and the” rarest of the rare” the native Ohio Brook Trout. Sighting bald eagle is guaranteed. The shoreline edge includes a variety of marshland and swamp forest supporting a diverse wildlife community. Registration required. 330-569-4962. bobfaber2002@yahoo,com The fee is $15 and includes naturalist guides, safety personnel, canoes and all equipment.

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Looking for Swim Lessons for Your Children? Well look no further than Hiram College.  Missed the start of our first session?  Have no fear as...

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Looking for Swim Lessons for Your Children? Well look no further than Hiram College.  Missed the start of our first session?  Have no fear as...

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Help JAG Elementary PTO turn Trash in Cash The JAG Elementary PTO is collecting used ink and laser cartridges, old cell phones and small electronics. ...

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Discover the Crooked River -  9/6/14 9:00am - 2:00pm Join a Park District volunteer naturalist on a leisurely float down the Cuyahoga River enjoying the...

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Garrettsville – The Friends of Melana is delighted to announce its hosting of the Murder at the Pigskin Party event, a benefit dinner in...

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The Mantua Farmer's Market sponsored by Christ Lutheran Church would like to thank all the vendors who have participated thus far.  The market continues...

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Cleveland is well-known for its vibrant art & culture scene. More artists are thriving in Northeast Ohio, making it an amazing community for artists and buyers. In September, the Avant-Garde Art & Craft Show will be launching their newest show in the Chagrin Falls area.

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Attention area singers!

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Help JAG Elementary PTO turn Trash in Cash The JAG Elementary PTO is collecting used ink and laser cartridges, old cell phones and small electronics. ...

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2015 Calendars Available The Newton Township Cemetery Association calendar for 2015, featuring photos of the tornado damage that destroyed property thirty years ago in Newton...

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Kent - Dr. Beverly J. Warren, president of Kent State University, will speak at the Women's Equality Day celebration organized by the League of...

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Newton Twp. - The Newton Township Cemetery Association members invite you to join us on a self-guided walk at Pricetown Cemetery, adjacent to the...

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If you attended James A. Garfield (at any point), or Freedom, Nelson or Garrettsville Schools prior to the 1951 consolidation.... you are! JAG Alumni...

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Praise & Worship Service Saturdays Southington UMC Praise and Worship Service, Saturday’s from 7-8pm. Casual dress and refreshments afterwards. Can’t make Sunday morning? Try us! Call...

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Prizes will be awarded to the top three finishers. All participants will receive a t-shirt. To obtain a registration form, one can copy it from the Facebook page (Windham Park Restoration Committee) and email it in windhamparkrestorationcommittee@yahoo.com or one can call Deann at (330) 766-3477 or Katie at (234) 600-1232 for more information. Parking is available at Windham High School at 9539 Bauer Road. Runners/walkers will be entering the Arsenal at the south gate near the high school.

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Inviteds are a free service for non-profit organizations and will run as space permits. PLEASE NOTE you may be asked to provide proof of Not for Profit Status.

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Butterfly Hike: · Annual Butterfly Count for Towner’s Woods, conducted by the “Chrysalis in Time” the Northeast Ohio Chapter of NABA (North American Butterfly Association)....