The Fine Arts Association is pleased to announce “Plaid Tidings” as the next production in the 2014-15 Senior Matinee Series on Wednesday, December 17, 2014 at 1:00 p.m. in the Corning Auditorium of The Fine Arts Association.
Lake Kidz Biz, is running their second annual Kidz Business Awards to honor Lake County’s youngest residents for their entrepreneurial spirit that either benefits others or is a for profit business endeavor.
Join the Lake County YMCA as a new member on Black Friday, November 28, and you could save up to $80 plus have a chance to win a pair of Cleveland Cavs tickets for the game against the Indiana Pacers on Saturday, November 29 along with a Varejao signed basketball.
Children grades Kindergarten – 8th grade are invited to spend their school days off at the Lake County YMCA West End for Thanksgiving break, November 28-December 1 and during the Holiday break in December.
Food has always been a passion for Jaret Havanchak and bringing a smile to people’s faces with his quality meals is his mission. The owner of Lure Bistro & Sushi Bar in Willoughby and Square Bistro in Chardon, Jaret gives families the opportunity to have fun over food.
With the best burgers in Northeast Ohio, Douglas Ciancibello started his business Burgers-n-Beer in downtown Willioughby at the right time and with a great product. The lively bistro specializes in stuffed burgers, jumbo wings, fresh-cut sweat potato fries and the signature Mimi’s ribs, which in Douglas’s opinion are probably the best in the planet.
Need to De-Stres? Mary Landies Reflexology and Massage Can Help! De-stressing and helping people improve their overall wellness is something Mary Landies has always had a passion for. Landies is an Ethical Massage Practitioner and Reflexologist.
Lake County YMCA East End is planning two special events for seniors, including a ceramics decorating class on November 12 and a free Christmas social on December 19.
With a community based program and after school program, Big Brothers & Big Sisters of NE Ohio has been serving kids for over 25 years.
The “Can Your Fines” food drive is returning to Mentor Public Library and, once again, library patrons can donate food in exchange for forgiveness of their fines.