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Nominations sought for Ohio Senior Citizens Hall of Fame

During Older Americans Month in May, the Ohio Department of Aging is requesting nominations of outstanding older adults to induct into the Ohio Senior Citizens Hall of Fame. The hall honors current… → Read More

Garfield National Historic Site to again host free outdoor concerts

James A. Garfield National Historic Site in Mentor recently announced the return of free outdoor concerts on the grounds behind President and Mrs. Garfield’s home this summer. Scheduled concerts ar… → Read More

Mentor Library to host year-long lecture series on the Constitution

Mentor Public Library’s resident historian, John Foster, will discuss the history of the origins of the Constitution during a special year-long lecture series from the library. The series begins wi… → Read More

Next Step receives $19,000 from Leadership Geauga County auction

Representatives from Leadership Geauga County recently presented a check for $19,119 to Andrea Pollock, executive director of Next Step and recipient of the Leadership Geauga 2022 Emerald Leader Aw… → Read More

Madison Garden Club is seeking donations to support yearly display

Madison Garden Club is seeking donations as it goes into full force to plan for the yearly Madison Village display of flowers, known as” Madison in bloom.” The Beautification committee … → Read More

Lake County Master Gardener Volunteers to discuss ‘Perennial Food Gardening’ – News-Herald

The Lake County Master Gardener Volunteers have partnered with the Mentor Public Library for a year of gardening sessions. The second one in the Meet Us In The Garden Program, titled: “The Garden … → Read More

Willowick Pet Food Pantry hosts educational event for families getting first dog

The Willowick Pet Food Pantry will be hosting a children’s educational event for families who are getting their first puppy or dog. The event will take place 6 to 8 p.m., March 26, at the Wil… → Read More

Leadership Geauga County names Emerald Leader Award honoree

This year’s honoree will be Andrea Pollock who will receive the Emerald Leader Award on March 5 at Leadership Geauga County’s 2022 Emerald Ball. → Read More

Geauga Park District holding two programs for youths

“In covering the basic use of snowshoes, we may be meeting some requirements for Girl Scouts’ Snow Adventure or Boy Scouts’ Snow Sports badges,” the district stated in a news release. &… → Read More

Lori Caszatt named permanent executive director of Lake Humane Society

Lake Humane Society’s Board of Directors has appointed Lori Caszatt as executive director effective Dec. 15. “Caszatt’s extensive experience and professional achievements combined with … → Read More

Costume contest for kids slated in Fairport Harbor

A Halloween costume contest for children in Fairport Harbor Village will be held at 5 p.m., Oct. 31. The event is taking place at the Fairport Harbor Fire Department at 220 Third St. Prizes for fir… → Read More

Mentor Public Library program looks at growing native plants

Gardeners of all skill levels – from greenhorn to green thumb – can learn how to use native plants in their landscaping during a free program at 6:30 p.m., Nov. 8, at Mentor Public Library’s Main B… → Read More

Wickliffe Public Library program looks at ‘Celebrity Veterans of World War II’ – News-Herald

Wickliffe Public Library will be hosting the program “Before They Were Famous: Celebrity Veterans of World War II” at 6:30 p.m., Nov. 11. More than 16 million Americans served during Wo… → Read More

Geauga Park District offering Scout Days programs

“Scout Day: Wolf Cub Scouts ‘Paws on the Path’” will take place 9:30 to 11 a.m., Oct. 16, at The West Woods Nature Center, 9465 Kinsman Road in Russell Township. Participants will… → Read More

Lorain Community Senior Center hosting clam bake

The Lorain Community Senior Center, 3361 Garfield Blvd., announced it is having a drive-thru Clam Bake by Pogie from 5:30 to 7 p.m., Oct. 15. The cost is $40 per person and $15 for extra dozen clam… → Read More

Bay Village parents invited to Kindergarten Information Meeting

Bay Village parents and legal guardians of children who will be 5 years of age on or before Aug. 1 are invited to attend a Bay Village Kindergarten Information Meeting. → Read More

LCCC offering Kristy’s Classes for a Cause

Lorain County Community College again will offer Kristy’s Classes for a Cause -- donation-based fitness classes -- held through May 15 in room 105 of the HPER building. → Read More

Lorain Eastside Block Watch to hear about victim advocacy program

The next Eastside Block Watch meeting starts at 6:30 p.m., Jan. 21, at the Lorain Community Senior Center, 3361 Garfield Blvd. in Lorain. → Read More

Local Briefs for Sept. 9, 2019

Historical Society sets final arts program Lorain Historical Society announced its final arts-themed program for this summer will take place from 10 a.m. to noon, Sept. 21, at the Carnegie Center, 329 W. 10th St. in Lorain. It is a Storytelling Workshop, and participants can learn how to build their own stories to share with family and friends. Come prepared to participate in creative… → Read More

Local Briefs for Sept. 3, 2019

Fairport museum plans garage sale The Fairport Harbor Lighthouse and Marine Museum will hold a garage sale from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Sept. 7. Featured items at the sale are expected to include fishing poles and tackle, vintage Avon products, Coleman lanterns, garden tools, bicycles, antiques and collectibles, and vintage toys, an announcement from the museum stated. All proceeds from the sale will… → Read More