Calling All 1976 GHS AlumniRegister NowThe Garfield Class of 1976 35th reunion has been scheduled for Saturday, June 4, at 7 pm at Slim & Jumbo’s.  If you graduated in 1976 or if you know someone who did, please get us contact information!  You can e-mail Gwynne (Laning) D’Amico at or call Barb (Wensel) Deakins at (440) 548-5082 or join the “Garfield Class of 1976” on Facebook.
Seeking Artisans!Register NowThe DMRC’s 3rd Annual Art on the Hill is seeking artisans for their day-long event which will take place on July 9, 2011 in Mantua. Artisans will line both sides of Prospect Street selling and displaying their handmade works of art. Booth fee is $45. There will also be continuous live entertainment, a Chinese auction, foods and much more! For more information call Christine at 330-414-6486 or download an application at
Windham’s Bicentennial Vendors & Crafters NeededRegister Now  Craft Vendors & old  fashioned exhibits, no set- up charge. Concessions & Parade participants also needed, along with non-musical entertainment.  Largest event and parade in our 200 years. Please contact Lynnea St John at 330-326-6061 or
Ravenna Summerfest Vendors & Crafters NeededRegister NowThe Ravenna Summerfest is June 18th from 10 am – 4 pm. We are currently looking for vendors and crafters to add to the days activities and car show.  Please contact Barb @ 330-2974-6684; Becky @ 330-296-1233 or Susie @ 330-296-3779
Newton Falls 4th of July RaffleTickets On Sale NowThe drawing will take place this year on July 4th at 8:00 p.m. at the Newton Falls City Park (winners need not be present).  Grand Prize will be $5,000.00; 1st – 46’”LCD HDTV; 2nd- Apple iPad; 3rd- 15” Laptop Computer; 4th- Xbox 360 with Kinect; 5th- Kindle eReader.  The tickets are available at local Newton Falls businesses now.
Summerfest Car or Cash Raffle TicketsTickets On Sale NowTickets are available for the Summerfest Car or Cash Raffle at area businesses in Garrettsville as well as Middlefield & Huntington Banks.  Tickets are $20 each or through June 23rd you can get 6 for $100.  Grand prize is a 2011 Chevy Cruze LTZ or $20,000 Cash! Hilltop Opens BackdoorTuesdays & FridaysEconomy got you down? Let us help…part of the ministry of Hilltop Christian Church, Disciples of Christ in Mantua is to help those who simple need a litlle assistance. Visit the BackDoor for gently used household goods donated by people who seek to help. While some items have very moderate prices, most are available at no charge. The room is open every Tuesday 1 – 4 pm and Friday 1 – 3 pm.  Enter our BackDOor from the parking lot behind the church located at 4572 West Prospect St in Mantua.
J.A. Garfield 50th Class ReunionRegister by May 20The James A Garfield class of 1961 will have a reunion on June 18 at Roby Lee’s. There will also be a picnic at the Freedom Town Hall on June 19. Reservations are due by May 20. Anyone having an address for John Hawkins, Paul Fear or Pauline (Vanderpool) Carlson please contact Vera at 330 274-2876
Newton Fall Class of 1956Deadline June 3Don’t forget to send in your reservation for the Newton Falls Class of ’56  anniversary reunion. The reunion will be held at FACES banquet room in Newton Falls. Doors open at 5:30 pm on June 17th. Deadline is June 3. Any questions call Barb 330 872-3261 or Carol 330 872-0795.
Senior CombineRegister By June 10The 2011 Hiram College Senior Combine is for athletes who are entering the 12th grade as of the fall of 2011. Our Senior Combine is a two day camp held on June 24 & 25 and is designed to inform you on Hiram’s academic programs, campus living, football program and the camp will include individual skill and technique drills along with a combine (40 yard dash, bench press, broad jump, pro-shuttle). The overnight camper registration deadline is June 10th, 2011. There is open enrollment for day campers. To register online: To register by mail: send camp form and cash/check/money order to: Hiram College Athletics, P.O. Box 1777, Hiram, OH 44234
Treasure HuntBy June 15The Windham Bicentennial Committee is looking for treasure to display during our 200th birthday celebration – July 28-31, our biggest celebration in history. If you own any items of historical significance relevant to the Windham community, and would be willing to share them with us for a few days for display purposes only, please contact Lynnea St. John – Chairperson at 330-326-6061 by June 15, 2011.Please be assured that your treasures will be treated with the utmost care and respect in a controlled and secured environment, and will be returned immediately following our celebration.
Freedom Township Brush Pick up1st Monday of MonthFreedom Township will be doing their monthly brush pickup the first Monday of the month. Residents must call 330-527-4094 or 330 527-7414 prior to 8 am Monday morning to arrange for pickup.  Twigs, branches and brush (no garbage) will be picked up curbside.
Newton Falls Kiwanis Geranium SaleMay 20The Newton Falls Kiwanis Club will hold its annual Geranium Sale on May 20 at the Family Video parking lot located at 175 E. Broad Street. The price for a potted geranium is $3.40.  If you have questions or wish to pre-order, call Tom Palmer, 330 872-1617 Monday – Thursday, 9 – 5.
Behind Locked Gate: White Oak FarmMay 20We have all driven by this Akron Watershed land and see the small parking lot just west of the Cuyahoga River on St. Rte. 82.  We will explore this riverside preserve along one of the most beautiful sections of the river, looking for wildlife and enjoying beautiful views of the river. Meet at 6:30pm in the parking lot on Rte. 82 between Hiram and  SR 44 just west of the bridge over the  Cuyahoga River. Registration is required ($5 fee). Call 330.569.6003 or email Sponsored by the Friends of the Hiram College Field Station.
Patriotic DanceMay 20The North Bloomfield Historical Society presents A Patriotic Dance on May 20th from 7 – 10 pm. No experience necessary.  Dance will be held at the North Bloomfield Town Hall located at the intersection of SR 45 & 87. Cost is $5 for Adults; $4 for Children under 10.  Refreshments will be served.
“Rock through the Ages” May 20 & 21 The Crestwood High School Concert Choir and Chamber Singers are preparing for their annual Pops Concert next month. This fabulous New York Broadway – themed dinner and show is a major fundraiser that supports the choir’s activities throughout the school year. Reservations can be made starting May 11th at 6:00pm, by calling Choir Booster President, Angie Hunter at 330-842-2366. Dinner table seats are $10 each and include a 50’s Diner – themed dinner and beverage. Each table seats 8 patrons. Table seats are limited and must be paid for in advance. Bleacher Seats are also available for $5 at the door. Concessions will be available during intermission.  “Rock through the Ages” will be held at 7:00pm on May 20th and 21st, 2011.  Please mark your calendars to attend and show your support for the choir programs at CHS.
Camelot Center Annual Barn SaleMay 20 & 21The Camelot Center will hold its Annual Barn Sale on Friday, May 20 and Saturday, May 21 from 9:00am-4:00pm.  The Camelot Center is located at 3498 Barclay Messerly Rd., Southington, OH.  Donations of good, used items are now being accepted at the barn. No adult clothing, please. All proceeds benefit The Camelot Center, a 501-(c)-3 non-profit organization that provides therapeutic horseback riding to physically and mentally challenged individuals.  Donations are tax deductible.  For more information or to arrange times to drop off items, please call 330-889-0036.
Chicken Barbeque DinnerMay 21The Men’s Group at Portage-Faith United Methodist Church, located at 9922 SR 44 Mantua, will be hosting a chicken barbecue dinner on Saturday, May 21, beginning at 4:30 PM. Dinner includes chicken, baked potato, green beans, roll, dessert and beverage. Carryout orders are available. Cost: $9.00 for adults and $6.00 for 12 & under.
Plant SaleMay 21Join us for the 49th Annual May Mart Plant Sale at the Portage County Gardeners’ Center, 5154 SR 44 in Rootstown on May 21 from 9 am – 2 pm. For more information call Helena Parry at 330 673-0577 or Marilyn Tyger at 330 654-2713.
Mantua Village Garden Club Plant SaleMay 21Garden club plant sales are great sources of locally-grown plants at reasonable prices. Perennials such as hostas, daisies, myrtle as well as bulbs, seeds and houseplant will be available.  The sale will be on May 21 from 9 am – 1 pm in the parking lot across from Chase Bank, Main Streeet in Mantua.
Indoor Garage SaleMay 21The First Church of God, 426 West Broad Street in Newton Falls is holding an Indoor Garage Sale on May 21st from 8 am – 4 pm. NFalls Plant ExchangeMay 21Join us on May 21 from 9 am til noon at the Jaycee Pavillion on Center Street in Newton Falls Park for FREE PLANTS!  It’s easy to participate, just bring at least 6 perennial plants to trade with other gardeners, more plants are always welcome.  Fancy pots not required, any old box or bag will do. This year there will be garden-related vendors in addition to good company and great conversation! Call Kris at 330-883-3206 or Susan at 330-872-7819 for details and questions.
Live ComediansMay 21Live comedians will appear on Saturday, May 21 at 7:00 – 9:00 at the Garrettsville’s Eagles Club on Water Street. Buy your advance tickets for $5.00 or at the door  for $10.00. Limited seating. Call Jackie@ 216-375-0709 for your tickets. Amateur comedians wishing to compete for the $200 prize contact Jackie for entry instructions.
Library SproutsMay 21Library Sprouts Planting Day for ages 6 – 12 years will be on Saturday, May 21 at 9:30 am. Help Miss Chrissy plant seeds and plants in our library garden. Don’t miss the chance to grow your food from start to finish. Register starting May 1 at the Newton Falls Library. The garden can be enjoyed when the community is invited to the library’s Seed To Table expo on Saturday, June 4 from 1 – 3 pm.  Make a metal row marker and biodegradable plant pot, learn about gardening, taste good food and more.
Garrettsville Area Yard SaleMay 21 & 22Make plans now — mark it on your calendar — the annual Garrettsville Area Yard Sale sponsored by the Garrettsville Area Chamber  will take place on Saturday, May 21 and Sunday, May 22.
NF Girls Basketball FundraiserMay 22Amvets in Newton Falls is hosting a Fundraising Breakfast to help support the Newton Falls Girls’ Basketball Team.  Breakfast will be held at Amvets in Newton Falls on May 22nd from  8 am-12 pm. Cost:  $6.00 Adults  $4.00 Kids
Crestwood Youth Football & Cheerleading Sign-upsMay 22Sign-ups for the Crestwood Youth Football League will be held at the Crestwood High School Field House on May 22 from Noon – 4 p.m.  Bring a copy of your child’s birth certificate. Registration fee of $120 due at sign-ups; discounts for multiple children are available. Football players MUST reside in the Crestwood School district. Season starts August 1.  Questions? Call Scott Vyhnal at 330-858-9597 or online at
M-O-M / T-A-TMay 22Get ready.  It’s coming.  Machine-O-Mania / Touch-a-Truck will be at J. A. Garfield High School on Sunday, May 22 from 10 – 2.  The Time Bandit and its crew will be there–have your picture taken!  Adults $5; Kids $3. Emergency vehicles, big rigs, all of the bells, whistles, sirens, ladders and apparatus a kid could want to see…or hear. Make your plans now to be there…with bells on, if you like. Sponsored by the Garfield Academic Challenge/ Quiz Masters team
Tearing Down The Walls TourMay 22The Cardinal Christian Club will present “Tearing Down the Walls Tour,” on Saturday, May 22nd featuring three national stars of Christian rock: Seventh Day Slumber, Stellar Kart and Kiros. The show will begin at 5:30 p.m. at the Cardinal Middle School in Middlefield. Doors open at 5 p.m.. Tickets are $7 in advance and $10 at the door.Sandy Glass Music MinistryMay 22Please plan on attending the Nelson United Methodist Church on Sunday, May 22 to hear Sandy Glass; services at 8 am and 10:30 a.m. A wonderful music service, not to be missed at 9367 SR 305 on the Nelson Circle.
Free Community DinnerMay 24There will be a free community dinner on May 24 from 5-6 pm at the Windham American Legion, 9960 Center Street. Everyone Welcome!
Personal Finance at the LibraryMay 25Bruce & Susan Bennett are presenting the program “Personal Finance at the Library” on Wednesday, May 25th at 7:00 p.m. at Chardon Library, 110 East Park Street, on-the-square in Chardon. In their presentation Bruce and Susan compare the methods of several well-known authors such as Dave Ramsey, Suze Orman and David Bach.  The Bennetts will give you the pros and cons of each method so you can determine the one that will work best for you and your family. Call the library at 440-285-7601 and ask for the Reference Desk to reserve your seat for this dynamic presentation.  This program is free and open to the public.
Parkman Church Free DinnerMay 25The Parkman Congregational Church will offer their monthly free meal on May 25th from 5 – 6:30 pm. The dinner will be chicken & dumplings. The church is located at 18265 Madison Road (Rte 528 just north of Rte 422) in Parkman.  All meals fall on the last Wednesday of the month.  Everyone is welcome! Bring a friend!
Newton Falls Blood DriveMay 25There will be a blood drive on May 25 from Noon to 6 pm in the Fellowship Hall of the Newton Falls United Methodist Church, 336 Ridge Road. There will be Double Red Machines available for those who prefer to donate fewer times a year, but same equivalent of blood donation, and there will be the original green shirts given to you, as a gift for giving. Hope to see you out, as we are always in need of blood year ‘round but now they are more accidents, with us outside more and enjoying the sun. So please come and be apart of it all. Renaissance Family Center DinnerMay 26There will be a free Community Dinner on May 26th from 5-6:30 pm at the Renaissance Family Center in Windham.  This dinner will be a Hot Dog Bar.
Portage County Justice Center Open HouseMay 26Join your neighbors, friends and family for a community open house and tour of the Portage County Sheriff’s Office and the Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Management. The Justice Center is located at 8240 Infirmary Road, Ravenna. The open house will be held on May 26th from 4:30 – 8 pm.
Program on Hiram’s Colton HallMay 26The Hiram Historical Society will hold its May meeting on Thursday, May 26, 2011, at 7:30 p.m. at the Society’s Century House in Hiram Village Park.  The speaker will be Dr. John T.S. Andrews, Professor Emeritus of Chemistry, and Hiram College, who will provide a program about Hiram’s Colton Hall.
Book Sale At Burton Public LibraryMay 28The Friends of the Burton Public Library will hold a book sale in the library basement from 9 a.m. until 4 p.m. on Saturday, May 28.  There are items for everyone:  books, magazines, vintage materials, maps, records, cds, tapes, movies and puzzles are available.  Please enter the sale through the white door located at the back of the building.
Schwan’s Ice Cream SaleMay 28On May 28th from 9 am – 5 pm there will be a Schwan’s Ice Cream Sale in the parking lot of the Praise Church of God, 12888 State Route 88, Garrettsville located north of SR 305 on SR 88. On this day you can drive up and purchase items right from the truck. All items in the Schwan’s catalog are available for purchase. If you would like to guarantee the items you desire, you can pre-order by Tuesday, May 24th at the church.  For more information call 330 527-2942.
Garfield PTO Rummage SaleMay 28The Garfield PTO Rummage Sale has moved to the INTERMEDIATE School located at 8233 Park Avenue, Garrettsville. The sale will take place Sat., May 28th from 9 am to 3 pm.  Donations can be dropped off at the Event door of the INTERMEDIATE School, Sun, May 22 from 3-7; Tues, May 24 from 3 – 6; Thurs, May 26 from 3 – 6 and Fri, May 27, from 3 to 9.  Please call Heather Huter, 440-548-5930 with questions.
All-You-Can-Eat Spaghetti Dinner May 284:00 to 6:00pmFarmington Community Center is hosting an All-You-Can-Eat Spaghetti dinner on May 28th from 4-6 pm. Cost is $7.00 Adults; $4.00 12 & under.  Dinner includes salad and dessert. Given by Farmington Ladies Auxiliary. Proceeds go to Farmington Fire Dept.
Haymakers Farmer’ MarketMay 28Haymakers Farmers’ Market is scheduled to open Saturday, May 28th and continue every Saturday from 9A-1P through the end of October. The market is located at the corner of Summit and Franklin in downtown Kent. Call Kelly Ferry at 330-472-5801 for more information.
Geauga County Libraries ClosedMay 29 & 30All Geauga County Public Libraries will be closed on Sunday, May 29 and Monday, May 30 for the Memorial Day holiday.  The libraries will reopen at their regular time on Tuesday, May 31.  All the libraries are closed on Sundays now until after the Labor Day weekend.
Garrettsville Youth Cheerleading Sign-upsDeadline May 30If your child is interested in cheering this year for Garrettsville youth cheerleading please email Theresa Stanley at or call and leave a message 330-527-7139.  Open to girls entering 1st grade through 6th grade.  Fees are 65.00 plus additional uniforms fees.  Registration is due by 5/30/11 NO LATE SIGN-UPS     Portage County District Library ClosedMay 30All branches and offices of Portage County District Library will be closed on Monday, May 30, in observance of Memorial Day. They will resume regular operating hours on Tuesday, May 31.You can visit Portage County District Library online at
Burton Memorial Day ServiceMay 30American Legion Post 459  invites the public to attend a Memorial Day Service on May 30th beginning at 11 am at the Burton Square Gazebo.  For additional information contact Newell Beaumier at 440-834-8764
Newton Falls Lady Tiger Basketball CampMay 31 – June 4All girls entering grades 3-8 are invited to attend basketball camp being held at the  Newton Falls High School Gym on May 31st to June 4th. Cost: $40  Make Checks Payable to Newton Falls High School c/o Girls Basketball. For More Information Contact Coach Baker at 330-872-5121     Ext:  7383  Or Email At:
Library Summer Reading Club RegistrationBegins June 1Portage County District Library is pleased to announce that Summer Reading Club (SRC) registration begins Wednesday, June 1 at all branch libraries. This year’s theme is “One World, Many Stories”. Plan to join us for all the fun all summer long, as our libraries have a wide assortment of activities and events planned.  Planned activities and events include visits from Outback Ray’s Amazing Animal Show, Puppets from Around the World, and Paul Gerber’s World of Magic and Fun.  Call your branch library for further details. Online registration will be available beginning June 1.
Aurora Mennonite Church AuctionJune 1Aurora Mennonite Church annual auction under the tent, Saturday, June 11, begins 10 am.  Quilts, hand-made items, baked-goods, books. 330-562-8011 for more information.  Route 43 and Mennonite Road, Aurora. Visit website for pics:
Chicken DinnerJune 1The Southington United Methodist Church, SR 534 & 305 will be holding a chicken dinner on June 1 from 3:30 – 6 pm. The menu includes 1?4 chicken, scalloped potatoes, green beans, applesauce, coleslaw, homemade desserts and beverage. Adults $7.50; Children’s meal with chicken tenders $4. Children 3 and under are free. Carryout available. Call 330 898-2156 to place your carryout order.
Pilates ClassesJune 1 – 29Ravenna Recreation offers Pilates on Sundays and Wednesdays.  Classes will be held from 5:00 to 6:00 p.m. from June 1 to June 29 at Tower Lodge in John Tontimonia City Park.  Participants should bring a water bottle and a mat.  Class fee is $32 for city taxpayers and $37 for non-city taxpayers or an $8.00 drop in fee. A new session begins every 4 weeks. Pre-registration required by calling Ravenna Recreation (330) 296-2864
Yoga ClassesJune 2 – July 7Yoga classes offered by Ravenna Recreation are held Thursdays 6:15 to 7:15 p.m. at Tower Lodge in City Park from June 2 to July 7.  Fee for city taxpayers is $32.00 and non-city taxpayer fee is $37.00, drop-in fee $8.00.  Students are encouraged to work at their own pace; bring a mat and wear loose fitting clothing. A new session begins every 6 weeks. Pre-registration required by calling Ravenna Recreation (330) 296-2864
Semi-Annual Pythian Sister Rummage & Bake SaleJune 3 & 4Join us for our rummage sale on June 3 from 9 am – 5 pm and June 4th from 9 am to Noon. Saturday is $2 bag day. Lunch available. 123 College Street, West Farmington.
Benefit Scotch Doubles For Sheila GibsonJune 4There will be a benefit scotch doubles for Sheila Gibson on June 4th at Sky Lanes Bowling Alley.  Bowling begins at 9 pm. Cost is $40 per couple and includes 3 games of bowling, pizza, shoes, unlimited draft beer and live entertainment.
Parents Without Partners Swiss Steak DinnerJune 4Portage County Chapter #600 of Parents without Partners will hold a swiss steak dinner on June 4 from 6:30 -7:30 pm at the Kent VFW Post #3703, 500 VFW Parkway, Kent.  Dinner will be held in conjunction with their monthly dance which begins at 7:30 p.m. Cost for dinner and dance is $14.50 (members); $16.50 non members.
Little Tigers Golf OutingJune 4The Newton Falls Little Tigers will be hosting their 2nd annual golf outing scramble at the Olde Dutch Mill Golf course on June 4th. The outing will be an 8:00 shotgun start, with registration starting at 7:00 a.m..The first 144 golfers will be accepted.The price is $65.00 per person and will include breakfast, lunch, dinner, and beverages. There will also be 50/50, poker chipping, and raffles. For information or to donate please  contact Ron Wilcox @ 330-872-7027 or Heather Lyndsey at the Olde Dutch Mill @ 330-654-4100.
Observatory Park: From The Ground To The GalaxiesJune 9Mr. Tom Curtin, executive Director of the Geauga Park District, will discuss the park system’s newest and largest endeavor, Observatory Park, at the Burton Public Library on Thursday, June 9 at 7 p.m.   This exciting new 1,100 acre park is currently under construction and will be home to the Oberle Observatory.  When the park is complete, it will be one of only 3 Dark-Sky Parks in the United States to receive this designation.  Come hear Mr. Curtin discuss this remarkable addition to our Geauga Park District.  Please call the Burton Public Library at 440-834-4466 to register for this program.
Garrettsville Library Book SaleJune 10 & 11The Friends of the Garrettsville Library will be having a book sale (in the Garrettsville Library’s meeting room) on Friday, June 10 from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm and Saturday, June 11 from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. There will be a preview sale for Friends members only on Thursday, June 9 from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm. The Garrettsville Library is located at 10482 South Street in Garrettsville. Call 330-527-4378 for more information.
International Wine Tasting EventJune 11Do you enjoy wine?  Would you like to experiment without having to purchase a whole bottle?  Friends of WomenSafe invites you to sample 18 varieties of wines from around the world, 6 different kinds of beer and hearty appetizers in a casual setting on Saturday, June 11, 2011 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. at Colonial Beverage, 8389 Mayfield Road in Chesterland.  This is the perfect opportunity to learn more about the wines you like or perhaps discover something new that will delight your taste buds.  For only $30.00 per person you can mingle with old friends, make new friends, learn about wines and beers from all over the world and have the chance to win exciting prizes at the Chinese Auction! Please call #440-285-3741 to make your reservation or get more information. Space is limited, so you’re your reservation today.  Proceeds of the evening will benefit WomenSafe, the domestic violence shelter in Geauga County.
Hiram College Terrier Youth Football CampJune 13-15Hiram College Football is having a youth football camp for kids going into 3rd grade thru 8th grade on June 13-15.  The camp will take place on the campus of Hiram College beginning at 9 am and ending at 3 pm.   Activities include agilities, skill development, competitions and instruction from Hiram College coaches and players.  More information can be found at in the athletics/football section or by calling 330-569-5446.
Ravenna SummerfestJune 18Mark your calendar and make plans now to attend the Ravenna Summerfest on June 18th. Car show, food vendors, entertainment on courthouse lawn. Steve Cipriano will DJ
Ravenna Parks & Rec Safety TownJune 20 – 24Register early for Ravenna Parks and Recreation’s Safety Town, co-sponsored by the Rotary Club.  Children entering kindergarten in the fall of 2011 will be introduced to safety awareness in a week-long program, June 20 to June 24, from 9:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at Willyard School.  Participants will learn safety procedures and simulated situations related to traffic, pedestrian, water, weather, animal, fire, stranger, drugs & poisons, playground, gun and bicycle safety.  Fee for Ravenna city taxpayers (live or work in Ravenna city)  is $35 or $40 for Non-city taxpayers.  Deadline to register is June 3. A form must be filled out in person for registration at the Parks and Recreation Department, 530 N. Freedom, 8 a.m. to noon or 1 to 4:15 p.m., for further information contact 296-2864.
Troy Community Yard Sale June 24-25Bargains galore will be available as the Troy Chamber of Commerce sponsors its second annual community yard sale on Friday, June 24 and Saturday, June 25.  Friday hours are 9 a.m. to 6 p.m.;  Saturday hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. For more information or registration materials contact Ken Zwolinski at 440.8341293 days and 440.834.4520 evenings.
Newton Falls 25th Annual Car Show.June 25That’s right. Can you believe 25 years?  On Saturday, June 25, the Car Show will begin with parking starting at 11:00; registration 11:00 to 3:00 and trophies will begin an hour early at 6:00.  We are planning a Chinese Auction and 50/50 Raffle.  A DJ Mary “O” and area dance studios will provide entertainment.  Our website is
“Weekend Madness” Bike ShowJune 26The Newton Falls “Weekend Madness” Bike Show will be on Sunday, June 26. The Poker Run begins at 12:00 noon and vendors will be set up from 9:00 am to 7:00 pm.  The field events will start at 6:00 pm and DJ Fast Freddie will entertain us. Visit our website at
Garfield Class of 1991 ReunionJuly 30The Garfield Class of ‘91 Reunion, will be held on  July 30 at Sugarbush Golf Club. Dinner and dancing. Tickets are $20 each. See a committee member or purchase at Tommie Jo’s/Villager office. 330-527-0100.
2nd Annual Renaissance Car and Bike ShowAugust 27The Renaissance Family Center will be hosting their 2nd Annual Car and Bike Show.  If you are interested in participating, send your name, telephone number or email to Renaissance Family Center 9005 Wilverne Dr. Windham, Oh 44288.