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ADVENTURESADVENTURESADVENTURESAutumn Advertising Special Section of the Akron Beacon JournalOhio.com A comprehensive guide for family fun this fall www.maltzmuseum.org ADVENTURESADVENTURESADVENTURES Autumn 3 ADVENTURESADVENTURESADVENTURESAutumn Autumn Adventures features fun things from local festivals to county events and more Cuyahoga County ................................................................... page 4 Medina County.......................................................................... page 8 Portage County....................................................................... page 12 Stark County............................................................................ page 16 Summit County....................................................................... page 18 Wyane County........................................................................ page 33 www.halefarm.org ADVENTURESADVENTURESADVENTURES Autumn 4 Cuyahoga COUNTY SEPTEMBER Dunham Tavern Museum Tours 92315 - 1 p.m. County-Wide Dunham Tavern Museum Harvest Walk 5K 92615 - 730 a.m. Cleveland Kidney Foundation of Ohio Les Delices Family Concert 92615 - 3 p.m. Cleveland BOP STOP The Music Settlement Dunham Tavern Museum Tours 92715 93015 - 1 p.m. County-Wide Dunham Tavern Museum Cuyahoga County events continue on page 6 Dunham Tavern Museum www.mckinleymuseum.org The Schoenbrunn Inn a quaint hotel with urban style. Centrally located in scenic Tuscarawas County the gateway to Amish Country. We are committed to offering our guests a warm welcome with a memorable experience bringing them back time and time again. Our hotel offers modern amenities and exceptional service at a competitive rate. 1186 West High Avenue New Philadelphia Ohio 44663 330 339-4334 www.theschoenbrunninn.com The Schoenbrunn Inn We Offer General Cosmetic Implant and Laser Dentistry Hi-tech. state of the art ofce Relaxing and friendly environment in a spa like setting Various bleaching systems LVI trained dentist Sleep Apnea Appliances - mild to moderate sleep apnea in adults Botox Cosmetic and Dermal Fillers available 555 Graham Road Suite 100 Cuyahoga Falls 330.928.1417 www.papichdds.com A great smile builds condence that leads to personal and professional success. Dont miss the next opportunity to make a great impression. A brighter smile - and a brighter future - are waiting for you. Call today for a consultation. 555 Graham Road Suite 100 Cuyahoga Falls General Dentistry Dentistry that can change your life MARIA PAPICH-FORSYTH DDS G E N E R A L D E N T I S T R Y MARIA PAPICH-FORSYTH DDS G E N E R A L D E N T I S T R Y change your life ADVENTURESADVENTURESADVENTURES Autumn 6 OCTOBER Dinner with a Slice of History 10215 - 630 p.m Casey Grant Stars in the Sky Stories of the rst African American Flight Attendants Tickets are 15 non-members 13 members. Please RSVP soon- seats are limited Cleveland The International Womens Air and Space Museum Moonlight Movies 101015 - Starts at 730 p.m. Movie Big Hero 6 Berea City of Berea Fall Cuyahoga County Expo 101315 - 130 p.m. Westlake Arthritis Foundation Northeast Ohio Cuyahoga County events continue on page 7 Cuyahoga County events continued from page 4 uyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad CVSR is one of the oldest longest and most scenic tourist excursion railways in the country - and is a key travel component through the Ohio Erie Canalway National Heritage Area. CVSR provides residents and visitors unparalleled experiences traveling through the Ohio Erie Canalway and Cuyahoga Valley National Park and it has been named one of the Top 10 excursion railways in the USA for the fifth consecutive year. Come join us for a spectacular journey Take a seat aboard the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad and watch the Ohio Erie Canalway unfold. From river floodplain and steep cut valley walls to ancient stands of evergreen youll journey through a world of historic sites and timeless natural processes. A world that still enchants even after 12000 years. From the comfort of vintage cars youll see meadowland pinery marsh river ravine and wood. Beaver fox deer and owl. A working 19th century farm. You can access miles of smooth Towpath Trail to bike and hike. Amble through small towns. Explore a fascinating canal museum. Find big city shopping and more. Theres a wealth of natural and human history in the Cuyahoga Valley. A world where time slows and the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad is your ticket in. Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad is a great way to see the beautiful fall foliage of Cuyahoga Valley National Park and so much more. This fall take a two-hour train ride pulled by historic 765 one of the largest operating steam engines in the US. Enjoy breakfast lunch or dinner aboard the train or maybe a beer or wine tasting Before the snow flies cycle along the Towpath Trail and ride the train back or just sit back and enjoy ride. Learn more at cvsr.com C ADVENTURESADVENTURESADVENTURES Autumn 7 Cuyahoga County events continued from page 6 NOVEMBER Annual Pancake Breakfast and Book Sale 11715 - 830 a.m. Cleveland The International Womens Air and Space Museum Dinner with a Slice of History 111315 - 630 p.m. Cleveland The International Womens Air and Space Museum DECEMBER 16th Annual Holiday Tour 12215 - 530 p.m. Cleveland Historic Warehouse District Development Corporation FARM MARKETFARM MARKETFARM MARKETFARM MARKET 4563 Riverview Rd. at Bolanz Road Peninsula Ohio 330-657-2727 Open Daily 9am-7pm Now Thru Oct 31st Open Daily 9am-7pm Now Thru Oct 31st FallFamilyFun CornMaze PumpkinsCornStalks Ciderandmore ADVENTURESADVENTURESADVENTURES Autumn 8 Medina COUNTY Medina County events continue on page 10 SEPTEMBER 11th Annual Race With Grace 92015 - 9 a.m. Medina Mary Grace Memorial Foundation Brunswick Farmers Market 92015 - 11 a.m. Brunswick Brunswick Hills Brunswick Area Historical Society Railway Museum Walking Tours 92615 - 10 a.m. Seville Northern Ohio Railway Museum Brunswick Farmers Market 92715 - 11 a.m. Brunswick Brunswick Hills Brunswick Area Historical Society Ben Bauman started Bauman Orchards in 1929. It began with 20 acres where the house and storage building now are and a 10-acre apple orchard which was originally planted in the 1900s. As the business grew an additional 50 acres were purchased. In 1942 50 acres were planted with apple trees. In 1961 Ben Baumans son Marion purchased the busi- ness. Various plantings of dwarf and semi-dwarf trees were made over the years extending our offerings with peaches plums and sweet corn. A partnership was forming with sons Doug coming into the business in 1987 as sales manager joined by Bill in 1990 as orchard manager. Their added experience and enthusiasm for the family business brought growth and expansion of the orchard. In 1991 an additional cold storage building was built which holds 17000 bushels of apples. This allows us to offer apples to our customers for a longer season. As of 2014 the total acreage in Rittman is 240 acres. We have increased our apples trees to 40000 spanning 25 differ- ent varieties. Our peach trees number 8000 with at least 15 varieties including white peaches and our most popular Red Haven. We press our own Cider from September through May. All cider is uv ultraviolet processed for the safety of our custom- ers. Cider is sold wholesale and in our retail market. Our retail farm market in Rittman is open all year round. We offer seasonal fruit homemade pies cookies and even gift baskets. BAUMAN ORCHARDS INC. 161 Rittman Ave. Rittman Ohio 44270 PH 330-925-6861 Canal Fulton Glassworks 215 Market St. West Canal Fulton OH 331.854.2966 canalfultonglassworks.com The gallery features over 3000 handmade art works in multiple mediums by Ohio basedartisans. Over 50 Ohio basedartisans represented. Support the local economy andbuy Ohio Glass Ceramics Jewelry Turned Wood Furniture Paintings Prints Canal Fulton Glassworks Glass Studio Art Gallery ADVENTURESADVENTURESADVENTURES Autumn 10 Medina County events continued from page 8 OCTOBER Open House and Exhibit 101115 - 2 p.m. Medina Weymouth Preservation Society Bakers Club Pearlview 101215 - 1 p.m. Medina- Brunswick Recreation Center Senior Services 14th Annual Spaghetti Dinner 101815 - Noon Medina Rolling Thunder Inc. Ohio Chapter 8 NOVEMBER Spotlight Showcase Medinas Got Talent 11815 Medina Medina County Arts Council Bakers Club Pearlview 11915 - 1 p.m. Medina Brunswick Recreation Center Senior Services Holiday Craft Night 111215 - 630 p.m. Medina Medina County Herb Society Medina County events continued from page 8 Medina County events continue on page 12 Carroll County Convention Visitors Bureau 877.727.0103 P.O. Box 174 Carrollton St. 44615 www.carrollcountyohio.com SHORT DRIVE TO RELAXING CARROLL COUNTY CARROLLTON Located in East Central Ohio and approximately an hour southeast of Akron Carroll County is the perfect place this fall to see natures landscape transform from green to vibrant orange and red. Atwood and Leesville lakes are the best places to see this dramatic change. Both low-power man-made lakes are a shermans paradise with public marinas cabins and boat rentals. Visitors can leave the hustle and bustle of the city behind as they discover Carroll Countys small towns Minerva and Carrollton. Visitors can explore two wineries and a distillery two art galleries local restaurants antique stores Buds Farm Toys and Ashtons 5- 10-cent Store. The Great Trail Festival in Malvern which includes arts crafts and French-Indian re-enactors wraps up Labor Day weekend. The festival is open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday Sept. 6 and Monday Sept. 7. Located on state Route 43 admission is 8 per person. Saturday Sept. 26 is busy with an Oktoberfest and Stockers and Streeters On the Bricks Car Show in Minerva and Scarecrows on the Square in Carrollton. Area organizations and businesses will build scarecrows 10 a.m.-1 p.m. on the Square in Carrollton. Minervas Oktoberfest features music and crafts noon-9 p.m. in Mu- nicipal Park off of U.S. Route 30. White Buffalo Woman is scheduled to perform with more bands to be added. The documentary Minerva Monster about an alleged Bigfoot sighting will be shown at dark. The Stockers and Streeters On the Bricks Car Show features ap- proximately 100 cars lined up on Minervas brick Market Street on both Saturday and Sunday Sept. 26-27. DJ Spikeman will be spinning tunes noon-4 p.m. Registration is 6 and begins at 9 a.m. A pow-wow crafts ite fest and a car show are just some of the activities planned during the Atwood Fall Fest Oct. 2-4 at the Atwood Lake Park. Activities will be open 10 a.m.-9 p.m. Friday and Saturday and 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Sunday. Admission is 5 for adults free for children 11 and younger. Friday Oct. 2 features 2 admission for senior citizens. Located just south of Carrollton on state Route 332 visitors at Algonquin Mill Fall Festival will see working saw shingle and ouring mills. Held Oct. 9-11 the event features demonstrations displays and crafts. Open 10 a.m.-5 p.m. daily admission is 8 per vehicle. Learn more about these festivals and other events at the Carroll County Convention Visitors Bureau at 877-727-0103 or www. carrollcountyohio.com. ADVENTURESADVENTURESADVENTURES Autumn 11 Medina County events continued from page 10 16th Annual Turkey Trot Devil Dash Walk 112215 - 8 a.m. Brunswick Brunswick Hills Brunswick High School Key Club DECEMBER Christmas Craft Fair 12515 - 10 a.m. Brunswick Brunswick Hills Brunswick Kiwanis Christmas Holiday Dinner 121115 - 630 p.m. Medina County Herb Society Apron Tea Party 121215 - 1230 p.m. Medina Weymouth Preservation Society Bakers Club Pearlview 121415 - 1 p.m. Brunswick Recreation Center Senior Services gristmillantiquegmail.com www.gristmilloh.com ADVENTURESADVENTURESADVENTURES Autumn 12 SEPTEMBER NEOMED Farmers Market 92315 - 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Rootstown Northeast Ohio Medical University Garettsville Paranormal Investigation 92615 - 2 p.m. Randolph Portage County District Library NEOMED Farmers Market 93015 - 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Music by Alex Jackson Rootstown Northeast Ohio Medical University OCTOBER Kent State Orchestra Concert 1 10415 - 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Kent Hugh A. Glauser School of Music Held at Cartwright Auditorium. All-State Choir Festival concert 101215 - 5 p.m. Kent Hugh A. Glauser School of Music Student recital. Held in Ludwig Recital Hall. NEOMED Farmers Market 101415 - 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Music by Poor Lazarus Rootstown Northeast Ohio Medical University Fall Flute Frenzy 101815 - 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Kent Hugh A. Glauser School of Music NEOMED Farmers Market 102115 - 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Rootstown Northeast Ohio Medical University Kents Oktoberfest 92615 - Noon -10 p.m. Kent Main Street Kent Portage County events continue on page 14 Portage COUNTY The Warther Museum located in Dover Ohio has been inviting visitors in for over 75 years to learn and explore the essence behind Ernest Mooney Warther and his 64 ivory and ebony carvings as well as his family home his wifes 73000 piece button collection and his original workshop. Starting with the poor boy and his dream you will be transported in time to see Ernest Mooney Warther carve his name into history. Our tour has become a staple visit for anyone traveling to or through northeast Ohio with a plethora of other attractions near us in our easy to find location a half mile from Interstate 77 20 miles from the Pro Football Hall of Fame. Our one hour guided tour is informative and delightful for all ages. Every summer Warthers features over 3500 annuals in Frieda Warthers original Swiss style flower beds. The museum is also home to the annual Christmas Tree Festival where we host over 100 trees and wreaths beautifully decorated for Christmas. The Christmas Tree Festival occurs once a year every November the 2015 dates are November 14-22 11am to 8pm. This October 2nd through the 4th The Warther Museum will be hosting the recreated Lincoln Funeral Train Car. Visitors will have the opportunity to tour both the car and the museum all three days from 9am to 5pm. Warther Museum wholly believes that everyone will forever remember the time they spent with us absolutely amazed because the Warther Museum is truly more than you can imagine. The Warther Museum www.warthers.com 330-343-7513 ext. 206 Kent State Orchestra Concert 2 11115 - 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. Kent Hugh A. Glauser School of Music Held at Cartwright Auditorium. Portage County events continued from page 12 Photo or image ADVENTURESADVENTURESADVENTURES Autumn 14 OCTOBER CONTINUED NEOMED Farmers Market 102815 - 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Indoor Market Rootstown Northeast Ohio Medical University NOVEMBER NEOMED Farmers Market 11415 - 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Indoor Market Rootstown Northeast Ohio Medical University NEOMED Farmers Market 111115 - 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Indoor Market Rootstown Northeast Ohio Medical University Compassionate Thanksgiving 111415 - 5 p.m. Ravenna Happy Trails Farm Animal Sanctuary Portage County events continue on page 15 6193 Edison Street NE Hartville OH 330.877.8344 Maize Valley is located on SR 619 Edison St. 3 miles east of SR43 and 1 mile west of SR44. Maize Valley Winery Craft Brewery and Farm Market is your complete fall harvest destination With activities for all ages Maize Valley is the perfect destination for fun fall family outings. Plan to spend several hours here to experience the FUN family entertainment we offer. Our fall harvest area carries an admission charge. Weekend admission is 10 for all ages under 2 is free. Admission is charged on all guests and includes the following 8 acre Grave Digger corn maze Wagon rides to the pumpkin patch pumpkins are an additional charge Animal train ride for the younger kids Pumpkin cannon demonstrations Nashog pig races duck races Goat-a-palooza featuring the goat ridge boys chicken run tire pile straw bale mountainFrank the combine Farmagination village the littlest farmer play area. Maize Valley offers a reduced weekday admission of 7 per person ages 2 and up that includes all of the same activities that are offered on the weekends. Some activities may be offered on a different schedule weekdays. If you get tired and hungry after navigating the corn maze weekday guests receive a coupon for the Maize Valley Caf that is good for a half price menu item with the purchase of a full price menu item. Come on into the market and enjoy a delicious sandwich salad pizza soup and more. In addition guests can sample craft beer from Stark Countys rst Craft Brewery enjoy samples of wine from Maize Valleys award winning winery shop the market for unique fall decorations and relax with lunch on our outdoor patio. Maize Valley is open year round Monday Saturday. The fall harvest activities open September 12 and go thru October 31. Hours do vary please visit www.maizevalley.com for complete hours. Special events that are scheduled include the Hot Air Balloon Lift Off on September 26 Megasaurus Shows on October 10 11 24 4 x 4 Truck day on October 17 What the Duck Breast Cancer Fundraiser on October 25. Information on all of these events can be found by visiting Maize Valleys Website www.maizevalley.com. Maize Valley also hosts groups of all sizes and offers special corporate packages that include food packages as well as the fall harvest activities. E-mail infomaizevalley.com for more details. ADVENTURESADVENTURESADVENTURES Autumn 15 Portage County events continued from page 14 NOVEMBERCONTINUED NEOMED Farmers Market 111815 - 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Indoor Market Rootstown Northeast Ohio Medical University DECEMBER Chorale Holiday Concert 12515 - 730 p.m. to 930 p.m. Kent Hugh A. Glauser School of Music Held in Ludwig Recital Hall. Kent State Orchestra Concert 3 12615 - 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. Kent Hugh A. Glauser School of Music Held at Cartwright Auditorium. Gospel Choir Concert 121115 - 730 p.m. to 930 p.m. Kent Hugh A. Glauser School of Music Held at Cartwright Auditorium. Your 7-day Newspaper 330-996-3600 Sign up today to receive our Beacon Journal Replica Edition. Are you a Print Subscriber 1. Go to Ohio.com click on Subscriber Services 2. Enter your account number 3. Continue the registration process NOTE The Replica Edition our newspaper page by page in digital form is included with your subscription rate. StarkCOUNTY SEPTEMBER North Canton Heritage Walk 92015 - 1 p.m. North Canton North Canton Heritage Society Campre Cooking 92015 - 2 p.m. Alliance Huston Brumbaugh Nature Center University of Mount Union SCIENCE-TO-GO 92215 - 12 p.m. Wilmot The Wilderness Center Taste of Our Town 92415 - 6 p.m. North Canton McKinley Presidential Library Museum Canton Farmers Market 92615 - 8 a.m. Canton Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce Farmers Market of Massillon 92615 - 8 a.m. Massillon Massillon Parks and Recreation Depart- ment SCIENCE-TO-GO 92915 - 12 p.m. Wilmot The Wilderness Center Stark County events continue on page 17 ADVENTURESADVENTURESADVENTURES Autumn 16 Welcome to Heritage Farms We are in Peninsula in the middle of the Cuyahoga Valley National Park and many people think this is one of the really beautiful places in our country. We have been here since 1848 yep 167 years and ve generations of hard work traditions and fun. In our history we have built canal boats we have quarried sandstone timbered raised grains vegetables beef pigs chickens and produced dairy products. Today Fall means its Pumpkin Pandemonium time. We are all about family fun for the kids. Come and solve the maze if you can see if the girls can out do the guys on the scavenger hunt just try and get your kids out of the corn box scribble on the coloring Teepees giggle through the straw tunnel relax on the hay ride and lots more family fun. And yes we have pumpkins gourds bales of straw corn shocks and refreshments. You can arrange picnics parties and events. For the more adventuresome we have haunted hayrides on Saturday nights. You gotta get here Heritage Farms is best known for cutting your own Christmas Trees a great selection of precut fresh trees the unbelievable big stone replace in the barn and simply unmatched service when you and your family come out to visit. We are located in Peninsula at 6050 Riverview Road on the Canal Scenic Byway just south of S.R 303. For more information check out www.heritagefarms.com We hope to see you soon ADVENTURESADVENTURESADVENTURES Autumn 17 OCTOBER Hotel Transylvania 10215 - 730 p.m. Canton Canton Palace Theatre Free Family Movie Night 101015 - 7 p.m. Canton Phoenix Class Trinity UCC 4th Annual Harvest Moon Run 101115 Free Kids Fun WalkRun 200 PM 1 Mile 230 PM 10K and 5k RunWalk 300 PM Canton Community Harvest Inc. Blues Brews and All That Jazz 101515 - 530 p.m. Kent State University at Stark Prescription Assistance Network of Stark County Inc. GOTR Fall Festival 102415 - 7 p.m. Fieldcrest Estate Girls on the Run of Stark County Are You Out of Your Gourd 102715 - 7 p.m. Louisville Town and Country Garden Club of Louisville Ohio DECEMBER The Polar Express 12415 - 730 p.m. Canton Canton Palace Theatre Stark County events continued from page 16 Annual Barberton Mum Fest25thLocated at Barbertons beautiful Lake Anna Park there will be more than 17000 mums in full bloom - over one million blooms - and ADMISSION IS FREE 330.848.6653 WWW.CITYOFBARBERTON.COM Featuring Mums Music and More Fabulous Food FREE Musical Entertainment Kids Place Water Ski Shows Canoe Races Arts and Crafts and Sand Sculpting. The Mum Festival To celebrate the beauty of mums showcase the City of Barberton and provide fun for the whole family. 21 varieties of mums will be on display. Potted mums will be oered for sale. Saturday Sept. 26 and Sunday Sept. 27 Summit COUNTY SEPTEMBER Bloom And Bloom-ing Contest Winners 92015 - 10 a.m. Akron Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens Auditions for A Christmas Carol a Musical 92015 - 4 p.m. and 92115 - 4 p.m Akron Weathervane Playhouse Movie Matinee 92215 - 330 p.m. Movie Insurgent County-Wide Akron Summit County Public Library Maple Valley Branch Library Munroe Falls Farmers Market 92215 - 3 p.m. Munroe Falls Munroe Falls Farmers Market Summit County events continue on page 19 ADVENTURESADVENTURESADVENTURES Autumn 18 18 United Methodist Church on South Main Street was built in the late 1800s. Beautiful limestone cornerstones hardwood pews and greatest of all the Stained Glass Artwork. Three stories of stained glass windows adorn the Sanctuary. The Church was sold and demolished. The stunning stained glass windows of Christ with Lambs and Sermon on the mount were to be demolished with the wrecking ball. Last minute reprieve for the stained glass came when Studio Arts and Glass of North Canton could save the historic art glass. The subject and design of the windows is stunning and I could not bear the thought of a wrecking ball crashing through the figure of Christ Says Wendy Joliet. I heard the story behind the windows and Bob I have desperately tried to save these windows. I hear stories all the time about McKinleys home being torn down the Case Mansion and close to our hearts the Dueber Hampton watch factory. We could not bear to lose these windows a part of all of our history. We removed the historic figure windows which are in need of restoration as they are over 100 years old. We will dismantle the old deteriorated lead and replace the broken stained glass. Being figure windows with painted stained glass this is a tedious process. The windows will be assembled with new lead came to last another lifetime. After restoration we display the windows in our gift shop in North Canton on 77 and Applegrove. We sell a lot of older windows. Years ago I purchased two painted figure windows at an auction from an 1870s Catholic church in Middlebranch Ohio. We restored those windows and they are on display in the Studio. We hope to have the Methodist windows restored and on display for our Open House in November. Included with the artwork we feature artist from all over North America including pottery hand-blown glass and a full spectrum of unique jewelry even sea glass Historical Art saved from Downtown Akron Church Summit County events continued from page 18 Summit County events continue on page 20 ADVENTURESADVENTURESADVENTURES Autumn 19 www.carrollcountyohio.com Movie Matinee 92215 - 330 p.m. Movie Insurgent Akron Summit County Public Library Maple Valley Branch Library Tallmadge Farmers Market 92415 - 4 p.m. Tallmadge City of Tallmadge Movies Main 92415 - 6 p.m. Movie Cinderella Akron Akron Summit County Public Library Main Library Akron Marathon 92615 - 7 a.m. Akron Marathon Half Marathon Team Relay Start Line 217 S. High Street Finish Line Canal Park Stadium Akron Akron Marathon Charitable Corporation ADVENTURESADVENTURESADVENTURES Autumn 20 MAPS Fall Pancake Breakfast 92715 - 8 a.m. County-Wide MAPS Air Museum Vintage Baseball 92715 - 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. AkronBlackStockingsvs.SomersetFrostySonsofThunder Akron Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens OCTOBER October Writing Contest 10115 - 103115 Akron Akron Summit County Public Library Goodyear Branch Inspiration in Bloom Autumn Edition 10115 - 10 a.m. Akron Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens Tallmadge Farmers Market 10115 - 4 p.m. Tallmadge City of Tallmadge Dracula Thursdays Oct. 1 8 and 15 730 p.m. Fridays Oct. 2 9 and 16 730 p.m. Saturdays Oct. 3 10 and 17 730 p.m. Sundays Oct. 4 11 and 18 230 p.m. County-Wide Weathervane Playhouse Summit County events continued from page 19 Summit County events continue on page 22 20 www.cvsr.com 21 555 Graham Road Suite 100 Cuyahoga Falls 330.928.1417 www.papichdds.com General DentistryGeneral Dentistry If you would like to have the experi- ence of a very unique and comfortable dental ofce where patients come rst please come meet me and my exceptional highly-trained staff. We welcome patients of all ages and offer a wide range of services from compre- hensive dental care to reconstructive therapies. My goal is to provide my patients with the best possible care in a relaxed environment. My dental team takes pride in the special relationships they have developed with our patients families and friends. Making sure that everyone is provided with the infor- mation and education they need to make the best decisions for their den- tal health. I achieve a high standard of care by using state-of-the-art equip- ment and technology. The entire staff is consistently attending continuing education courses both locally and throughout the country. We provide full restorative and reconstructive dental services along with cosmetic treatments such as teeth whitening veneers dental implants dentures Invisalign Botox and dermal llers are available. I have been practicing general and cosmetic dentistry since graduating from Northwestern University Dental School in 1990. I also attended LVI Las Vegas Institute for intense train- ing in reconstruction and cosmetic dentistry. Originally starting my practice in Chicago IL. later moving back to my hometown of Akron and currently practicing in Cuyahoga Falls. Putting Patients First ADVENTURESADVENTURESADVENTURES Autumn 22 Inspiration in Bloom Autumn Edition 10215 - 10 a.m. Akron Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens William Shakespeares Macbeth Thursdays Oct. 8 and 15 730 p.m. Fridays Oct. 2 and 16 730 p.m. Saturdays Oct. 3 10 and 17 730 p.m. Sundays Oct. 4 11 and 18 200 p.m. Akron Rubber City Shakespeare Company Hale Harvest 5K 10315 - 915 a.m. Bath Hale Farm Village Harvest Festival 10315 - 10 a.m. Bath Hale Farm Village Inspiration in Bloom Autumn Edition 10315 - 10 a.m. Akron Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens Summit County events continued from page 20 Summit County events continue on page 23 Szalays Farm Market located at 4563 Riverview Rd Peninsula Ohio Fall Family Fun for the entire family. We are open daily from 9 am 7 pm now through October 31st with Live Entertainment Outdoor Eateries on the weekends. The Szalay family invites you your family and friends to experience the farm in the fall. Now - October 31st come experience our 3-acre Headless Horseman corn maze Find all eight pumpkins and your way out of the maze where there will be a treat waiting for you. Our corn maze takes approximately 30 minutes to walk through and it will give you a chance to test your navigational skills. Dont fret we will give you a map cheat sheet of the maze. Dont forget your camera there are plenty of photo opportunities. This will provide your family and friends with memories to last a lifetime. Once you are done with the maze join us for other fall favorites. We have Pumpkins of every shape and size Gourds Indian Corn Corn Stalks Straw Bales Critter Corn Fresh Chestnuts Local Honey Maple Syrup Home Grown Apples Fresh Pressed Cider and Much More ADVENTURESADVENTURESADVENTURES Autumn 23 Vampire Program 10315 - 2 p.m. Akron Summit County Public Library Maple Valley Branch Library Downtown Akron ArtWalk 10315 - 5 p.m. The ArtWalk features nearly two dozen destinations for art shopping dining and entertainment. httpwww.downtownakron.comenjoyartwalk Akron Downtown Akron Partnership Point of No Return Improv 10315 - 730 p.m. Cuyahoga Falls Point of No Return Improv Akron Walk to End Alzheimers 10415 - Registration at 830am Opening Ceremony at 10am Route Length 2 miles The University of Akron Stile Athletics Field House 289 South Union Street Akron OH Akron Alzheimers Association Greater East Ohio Area Chapter Harvest Festival 10415 - 10 a.m. Bath Hale Farm Village Inspiration in Bloom Autumn Edition 10415 - 10 a.m. Akron Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens Boo to You Fall Storytime 10615 - 1130 a.m. Akron Summit County Public Library Maple Valley Branch Library Tallmadge Farmers Market 10815 - 4 p.m. Tallmadge City of Tallmadge Jack-O-Lantern Jog 5K 101015 - 730 a.m. Akron Akron Area YMCA Harvest Festival 101015 - 10 a.m. Bath Hale Farm Village Fall Concert 101015 - 730 p.m. Stow Stow Symphony Orchestra Summit County events continued from page 22 Summit County events continue on page 24 www.mckinleymuseum.org ADVENTURESADVENTURESADVENTURES Autumn 24 Harvest Festival 101115 - 10 a.m. Bath Hale Farm Village 44th Annual Pumpkin Festival 101115 - 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Food rides games crafts animals entertainment and family fun for all ages. 33775 Hiram Trail Chagrin Falls OH Phone 216-831-5045. www.hiramhousecamp.org County-Wide Hiram House Camp Tallmadge Farmers Market 101515 - 6 p.m. Tallmadge City of Talmadge Murder in the Mansion Thursdays Oct. 15 and 22 645 p.m. to 915 p.m. Fridays 16 23 and 30 645 p.m. Suspects Motives Mystery Costume Party Its an incredibly shocking evening experience taking place on select nights in October. Members 36 Non-members 45 Location Manor House Akron Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens Light the Night Walk 101815 - 5 p.m. The Light The Night Walk funds life-saving research and support for people battling cancer. Friends families and co-workers form fundraising teams. httpwww.lightthenight.orgnoh Location Cuyahoga Falls River Square Akron Leukemia Lymphoma Society Summit County events continued from page 23 Summit County events continue on page 26 Come visit Maize Valley for a fun family-oriented experience 6193 Edison Street NE Hartville OH 330.877.8344 Maize Valley is located on SR 619 Edison St. 3 miles east of SR43 and 1 mile west of SR44. Home of over 3000 unique one of a kind handmade works from 57 Ohio artists. Mediums include blown slumped and fused glass stained glass handmade jewelry enamel pins bowls carved wood gurines faces turned wood blacksmith forged art Steampunk follies pottery - stoneware ne porcelain handmade copper gas lanterns rustic wood and metal art furniture greeting cards and framed works made with real local pressed owers oil paintings candles soaps to name a few examples. We make new blown glass every week and our artists bring us new works every month so you will always nd a new experience on every visit. Classes offered by appointment in hot glass and jewelry making. Commission works in custom designed stained glass kitchen cupboard doors doors side lights window inserts fused glass panels coppersmith made outdoor gas lanterns kitchen hoods wood carvings birds hiking staffs outdoor large scale ani- mals. Gift registry for weddings and related social events. Custom awards for social and business groups. For history buffs our gallery is housed in the oldest restored building in Canal Fulton Cir 1814. Visit our history corner to see pho- tos and artifacts found at our site during the three year long restoration completed in June 2009. Canal Fultons Historic District listed in the National Register of Historical Places has over eighty sites including build- ings and homes and the St Helena III canal boat. Come for a visit plenty of things to do for the day. Visit our web site Tours tab for details to plan your visit. Relax in an historic family friendly atmosphere. Most places to visit within easy walking distance. Free onsite parking. Canal Fulton Glassworks is honored to re- ceive either the rst or second place rank in Beacons Best contest for Best Art Gallery Non Museum for the last 4 years. We look forward to serving your needs for unique soul restoring art. Canal Fulton Glassworks Glass Studio Art Gallery Canal Fulton Glassworks 215 Market St. West Canal Fulton OH 330.854.2966 www.canalfultonglassworks.com ADVENTURESADVENTURESADVENTURESADVENTURESADVENTURES Autumn26 Family Movie Monday 101915 - 6 p.m. Movie Strange Magic Akron Summit County Public Library Maple Valley Branch Library Boo to You Fall Storytime 102015 - 1130 a.m. Akron Summit County Public Library Maple Valley Branch Library 2nd Annual Hopes Open Door 102215 - 6 p.m. Akron Pastoral Counseling Service of Summit County Boo to You Fall Storytime 102715 - 1130 a.m. Akron Summit County Public Library Maple Valley Branch Library Edible Haunted House 102715 - 330 p.m. Akron Summit County Public Library Maple Valley Branch Library Spring Blooming Bulbs 102715 - 6 p.m. Akron Akron Summit County Public Library Portage Lakes Branch Library Scary Stories with Chris King 102715 - 630 p.m. Akron Akron Summit County Public Library Goodyear Branch Library Summit County events continued from page 24 Summit County events continue on page 27 www.heritagefarms.com ADVENTURESADVENTURESADVENTURES Autumn 27 Movie Matinee 11315 - 330 p.m. Akron Summit County Public Library Maple Valley Branch Library Taste of Vintage 11515 Time 500 p.m. Patron Reception 600 p.m. 900 p.m. Taste of Vintage Goodwills 10th Annual Taste of Vintage gala fundraiser will be held at Quaker Station 135 S. Broadway Street Akron. Cost 75 per person and 100 250 for Patron level tickets. Questions Please contact Greg Morton at 330-786-2528 or at gmortongoodwillakron.org. Akron Goodwill Industries of Akron Fall Book Sale 11615 - 10 a.m. Tallmadge Akron Summit County Public Library Tallmadge Branch Library Fall Book Sale 11715 - 9 a.m. Tallmadge Akron Summit County Public Library Tallmadge Branch Library Summit County events continued from page 26 Summit County events continue on page 28 2686 Oak Hill Road lBath OH 1-877-HALEFARM or 330-666-3711 When Hale Farm Village is mentioned the reaction is usually I havent been there since I was in grade school And if you havent been to Hale Farm for several years you are in for a treat Hale Farm Village invites guests to learn about experience and explore our historic structures working farm and artisans demonstrating glassblowing candle dipping broom making spinning weaving blacksmithing and pottery. During September and October Hale Farm Village is open on Saturdays and Sundays from 10 am 5 pm. Visit us October 3 4 10 and 11 and enjoy Harvest Festival where you can see a working apple cider press take part in apple butter making enjoy a wagon ride hear storyteller Johnny Appleseed explore the corn maze and paint a pumpkin The entire village is open to explore during these fall days as well. Hands-on programs are offered daily dur- ing the festival including participation in farm chores and historic crafts and trades. Guests can also enjoy lunch in the Hale Caf offer- ing farm-fresh foods shop for historic items and Hale-made gifts in the Marketplace. For the past 60 years visitors have come to Bath Townships Hale Farm Village to step back in time and explore the 34 structures staffed with costumed educa- tors. Guests learn about the history of the Hale family farm and why they settled in the Cuyahoga Valley over 200 years ago. Visit halefarm.org for more details. Photos by Nancy Balluck BOOK SALE FALL ADVENTURESADVENTURESADVENTURES Autumn 28 Downtown Akron ArtWalk 11715 - 5 p.m. The ArtWalk features nearly two dozen destinations for art shopping dining and entertainment. httpwww.downtownakron.comenjoyartwalk Akron Downtown Akron Partnership Akron Cattle Barons Ball 11715 - 6 p.m. Akron American Cancer Society Veterans Day 111115 - 10 a.m. Akron Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens Teen Gingerbread Competition 111215 - 4 p.m. Akron Akron Summit County Public Library Goodyear Branch Library Summit County events continued from page 27 Summit County events continue on page 29 ADVENTURESADVENTURESADVENTURES Autumn 29 Fall Candle Craft 111415 - 2 p.m. Akron Summit County Public Library Maple Valley Branch Library Family Movie Monday 111615 - 6 p.m. Movie Lego Movie Akron Summit County Public Library Maple Valley Branch Library Black FridayHoliday Shopping LectureWorkshop 111915 - 6 p.m. Akron Summit County Public Library Mogadore Branch Library Game Time 112115 - 10 a.m. Nordonia Hills Nordonia HillsAkron Summit County Public Library Super Science Saturday Crime Scene Investigation 112115 - 10 a.m. Akron Akron Fossils Science Center Family Fun Saturday 112115 - 2 p.m. Akron Akron Summit County Public Library Goodyear Branch Library Thanksgiving Dinner with Abraham Lincoln 112115 - 330 p.m. to 6 p.m. Enjoy a classic Thanksgiving feast with family and friends as you dine with President Lincoln and Hale Farm Village 2686 Oak Hill Rd. Bath Ohio 40nonmember 30 member 15 child 12 and under Reservations Required. Bath Hale Farm Village Summit County events continued from page 28 Summit County events continue on page 30 www.warthers.com ADVENTURESADVENTURESADVENTURES Autumn 30 Point of No Return Improv 112115 - 730 p.m. Cuyahoga Falls Point of No Return Improv A Christmas Carol The Musical Ebenezer Scrooge and his ghostly encounters come to life in this lavish and thrilling musical adaptation. Tuesdays Nov. 24 10 a.m. Fridays Nov. 27 730 p.m. Saturdays Nov. 28 230 p.m. Sundays Nov. 29 230 p.m. Akron Weathervane Playhouse Deck the Hall Nov. 27 28 29 8 p.m. Bring the whole family to enjoy one of Ohios largest and most spectacular holiday traditions Deck the Hall. The estate is illuminated inside and out with 900000 lights. Akron Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens Fall Craft Frenzy 112815 - 2 p.m. Akron Akron Summit County Public Library Maple Valley Branch Library DECEMBER A Christmas Carol The Musical Ebenezer Scrooge and his ghostly encounters come to life in this lavish and thrilling musical adaptation. Tuesdays Dec. 15 10 a.m. Wednesdays Dec. 9 10 a.m. and 16 730 a.m. Thursdays Dec. 3 10 a.m. and 10 730 p.m. Fridays Dec. 18 730 p.m. Saturdays Dec. 5 12 and 19 230 p.m. Sundays Dec. 6 13 530 p.m. and 20 230 p.m. Akron Weathervane Playhouse Deck the Hall Dec. 3 6 10 13 17 23 26 30 5 p.m 8 p.m. Bring the whole family to enjoy one of Ohios largest and most spectacular holiday traditions Deck the Hall. The estate is illuminated inside and out with 900000 lights. Akron Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens Akron Pops Symphony Orchestra An Evening of Holiday Music 12315 - 730 p.m. Barberton Barberton Public Library Summit County events continued from page 29 Summit County events continue on page 32 www.studioartsandglass.com Nickajack Farms is where fun grows As an operational farm in western Stark County Nickajack produces over 300 acres of hay soybeans corn pumpkins and gourds. In addition to farming Nickajack also offers year round educational programing on 120 acres in North Lawrence OH. Programs include Art on the Farm Passport to Agventures Horseback Riding Lessons eld trips birthday parties tours corporate events weddingsand more. After a summer of making hay the farm brightens up in a sea of pumpkins. A ood of green yellow white and orange extends through the elds. And with the ripening of the pumpkins and gourds comes Fall Fest-a truly festive time at Nickajack Nickajack Farms Fall Fest is Open Daily yep everyday from 1100 am to 700 pm. The farm is full of Fun for the whole family. A trip to the farm begins through the doors of The Mane Barn a name that describes the barns role on the farm in a way that pays homage to the horses who once lived there. The doors open into The Market. Here in The Market you can nd beautiful dcor and farm and country themed items and fresh home- style goodies. The Market is also where you will purchase your goods grown on the farm decorative corn pumpkins gourds honey from the bees enlisted to pollinate the pumpkins. Local is the avor of The Market offering local baked good and fresh chocolates. The pumpkin patch is a free fun lled area full of Nickajack grown fall dcor like corn pumpkins of all sizes and multiple colors and gourds of all shapes sizes and colors. Included in this free area are fun games for all ages including pumpkin bowling and a straw maze. Ducks and corn can be purchased for the duck races and corn cannons a great opportunity to test your competitive skills. Wagon train rides are also available. In addition to all of the fun there are plenty of picturesque settings for yearly fall family pictures and cute candid shots. Nickajack Farms Fall Fest offers even more Fall Family Fun with premium activities Basic Admission is 10 per person ages 2 and under are free Senior Citizens are 8.00. Admission includes The Activity barn home to the Corn Box and Color Me Animals. The Discovery barn where the hands on learning begins. Kids have the opportunity to learn more about farm life and the processes that farm goods go through before they hit the shelves. Gourdville is home to Gourd Golf and Gourdapalooza Obstacle course only to be completed with your hand full of gourd. The 7 Acre Corn maze will test your investigative skills. While in the maze and solve The Farm Scene Investigation mystery of the disappearance of Farmer Joe. The Playground is a great place for the little ones to slide and swing. They can climb all over the wooden tractor. Rascals Round Up is home to the HUGE NJ Tee Pee Rascals Rhythms Rascals Rollers the wooden maze and Nickajack shack. Also available here for an additional charge are Rascals Peddle Carts and the silly string shoot out. Adults and kids of all ages love to show off their driving skills on these fun vehicles. The Hay Ride included in the admission begins in Rascals Round up. The 30 minute ride takes guests out through the corn eld and around the farm for a relaxing and educational ride. Farmer Joes Barnyard is home to loveable farm friends Rabbits Chickens Pigs sheep cows llamas Alpacas and goats big and small. They love to greet and meet new friends every day. On weekends the Wagon Wheel is open serving food including hot dogs burgers handmade pepperoni rolls snacks drinks and more. From 1130 400 guests can also add some additional fun to their day. Especially for horsepower junkies Nickajack offers tractor rides in the cab of a big green tractor or a pony ride. These add on items can be purchased as individual items or as part of the Riders Delight or All Access Pass packages. Special events and offers abound during 2015 Fall Fest as well Nickajack loves teachers Teachers are always free. Teachers can get their free admission by registering at nickajackfarms.com You and me Mondays a discounted day for guardians with a child. Family Safety Day Sept. 26 Family Flashlight Mazes Sept. 26 Oct. 17 Register Online Scout Sunday October 4 Boy and Girl Scouts in uniform are off. Grandparents Day Oct 7 14 are discounted days for grandparents with their grandchildren Military Appreciation Weekend -Oct. 10 11 show military ID to get in free. Peddle Tractor Pulls October 11 The Blitz Obstacle Course Race October 17 18 Hot Air Balloons October 18 Halloween Bash -Oct. 23 Birthday parties eld trips tours customer appreciation events employee events private ashlight mazes and corporate events welcome Nickajack Farms is located at 2955 Manchester Ave also known as St Rt.93 south of St Rt 21 and north of Rt 30. Open for 10 years it is owned by Joe and Debbie Sebolt. For more information head to NickajackFarms.com. 31 ADVENTURESADVENTURESADVENTURES Autumn 32 Holiday Tea Organ Concert 12515 - 11 a.m. Akron Stan Hywet Hall and Gardens Downtown Akron ArtWalk 12515 - 5 p.m. The ArtWalk features nearly two dozen destinations for art shopping dining and entertainment. httpwww.downtownakron.comenjoyartwalk Akron Downtown Akron Partnership Holiday Lantern Tours Dec. 5 11 12 and 18 23 6 p.m. Bath Hale Farm Village Point of No Return Improv 12515 - 730 p.m. Cuyahoga Falls Point of No Return Improv Game Time 121915 - 10 a.m. Nordonia Hills Nordonia HillsAkron Summit County Public Library Super Science Saturday The Science Lessons of Christmas 121915 - 10 a.m. Akron Akron Fossils Science Center Point of No Return Improv 121915 - 730 p.m. Cuyahoga Falls Point of No Return Improv Summit County events continued from page31 Barbertons Lake Anna Park will explode with color at the Citys annual Mum Festival on Saturday and Sunday September 26th and 27th. 2015 will mark the 25th anniversary of the popular festival. You wont want to miss this colorful display of 17000 chrysanthemums which create over a million mum blooms. Festival hours are 1000 a.m. 600 p.m. daily. The dazzling oral display will provide a brilliant backdrop for a weekend lled with free musical entertainment childrens activities arts and crafts gardening tips and unique food vendors. Back by popular demand Mum Fest 2015 will feature thrilling water ski shows featuring the Chippewa Lake Water Ski Show Team. Mum Fest will also include sand and ice sculpture vegetable carving and canoe races on Lake Anna. New to the Mum Festival will be Sogbety Diomande and his West African drumming and dancing troupe. In addition a living garden statue will grace the mum gardens for all to enjoy. The Mum Festival began in 1991 in honor of Barbertons Centennial Celebration. The festival was designed to showcase the City of Barberton and celebrate the beauty of mums. The chrysanthemum is Barbertons ofcial ower. Mum Fest 2015 is a cooperative effort involving the City of Barberton Beautication Program Aris Horticultural Services and the Barberton Community Foundation. The mum gardens are located at the northeast corner of Lake Anna Park 615 W. Park Avenue at the corner of Third Street NW and West Lake Avenue. Admission is free and potted mums will be sold. Call 330.848.6653 for additional information. We hope you will join us to experience the stunning beauty of Mum Fest 2015 as we celebrate 25 Magical Years. ADVENTURESADVENTURESADVENTURES Autumn 33 Wayne County SEPTEMBER Gourmet Sauces w Rick Davis 92215 - 6 p.m. Wooster Todays Kitchen Store Orrville Walks 92415 - 730 a.m. Orrville Heartland Point Sounds of Downtown 92515 - 6 p.m. This street music series will feature a variety of musi- cians and performances throughout the season. Wooster Main Street Wooster Inc. Gourmet Autumn Party w Deb Geiser 92915 - 630 p.m. Wooster Todays Kitchen Store OCTOBER Italian Fall Favorites w Grande Fuller 101015 - 10 a.m. Wooster Todays Kitchen Store 5th Annual Baby Fair 10315 - 11 a.m. Wayne County Public Library Wooster Wayne County Breastfeeding Coalition Vegan Fall Harvest wSally Graig 10615 - 6 p.m. Wooster Todays Kitchen Store Wheat-Free Holiday Favorites w Jennifer McMullen 101315 - 6 p.m. Wooster Todays Kitchen Store Halloween Cookie Decorating w Joanne Shorthill 101715 - 10 a.m. Wooster Todays Kitchen Store Open House Apple Butter Day 101915 - 130 p.m. Smithville -Wide-Smithville Community Historical Society Wayne County events continue on page 34 www.theschoenbrunninn.com ADVENTURESADVENTURESADVENTURES Autumn 34 OCTOBER CONTINUED Sounds of Downtown 102315 - 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. This street music series will feature a variety of musi- cians and performances throughout the season. Wooster Main Street Wooster Inc. Award-Winning Holiday Breads w Suemin Lee 102415 - 10 a.m. to 1130 a.m. Phone 330-601-1331 Wooster Todays Kitchen Store Gourmet Holiday Party w Deb Geiser 102715 - 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Phone 330-601-1331 Wooster Todays Kitchen Store NOVEMBER Fall Southwest Flavors w Brenda Murphy 11715 - 10 a.m. Wooster Todays Kitchen Store Vegan for the Holidays w Sally Craig 111015 - 6 p.m. to 730 p.m. Phone 330-601-1331 Wooster Todays Kitchen Store DIY Croissants wJennifer McMullen 111415 - 10 a.m. Wooster Todays Kitchen Store DECEMBER Downtown Churches Walking Tour 12415 - 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Main Street Wooster Inc. and the citys downtown churches invite you to take a moment to enjoy a quiet tour of historic church structures Phone 330-262-6222 Wooster Main Street Wooster Inc. Christmas in the Village 12515 - 6 p.m. to 830pm All of our buildings are open to celebrate an old-fashion Christmas. Many activities old-time decorations and Santa Claus too Smithville Smithville Community Historical Society Dalton Holidays Festival 12615 - 930 a.m. Featuring live local music a train show a childrens room for the youngsters contests and prizes. Phone 330-641-4483 Dalton Dalton Holidays Festival Wayne County events continue on page 35 Wayne County events continued from page 33 BAUMAN ORCHARDS 161 Rittman Rd. Rittman OH 44270 330.925.6861 Open Year Round One Mile West of Square in Rittman FRESH PRESSED CIDER Fresh pressed through the Apple Season. UV processed. Sept 19 26 Oct 3 FALL FESTIVAL U-Pick Apples Caramel Apple Sundaes Apple Cider Donuts Live Music Pony Rides Hot Dogs Cider 1.00 Free Hay Maze Petting Zoo Face Art Kettle Corn Wagon Rides - 50 per person ride all day Baumanorchards.com ADVENTURESADVENTURESADVENTURES Autumn 35 Wayne County events continued from page 34 Christmas in the Village 12615 - 130 p.m. to 400 pm All of our buildings are open to celebrate an old-fashion Christmas. Many activities old-time decorations and Santa Claus too Smithville Smithville Community Historical Society Handling the Holidays 12715 - 5 p.m. Wooster LifeCare Hospice 5th Annual Cookie Exchange w Gudrun Helfer 12715 - 530 p.m. to 7 p.m. Phone 330-601-1331 Wooster Todays Kitchen Store A Christmas Carol 121115 - 730 p.m. 121215 - 730 p.m. This community Holiday production of Dickens classic story is the rst of the new Wayne Center for the Arts Youth Ensemble Theatre. 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