Events This Week

September 17, 2017 - September 24, 2017

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Sep 17 Sunday 20 events
Sep 18 Monday 9 events
Sep 19 Tuesday 7 events
Sep 20 Wednesday 6 events
Sep 21 Thursday 7 events
Sep 22 Friday 7 events
Sep 23 Saturday 15 events
09/16 - 09/17

Village Peddler Festival

09/16 - 09/17

Enjoy a fall afternoon in the country at this outdoor marketplace filled with more than 175 artisans, music, gourmet market and the aroma of food cooking outside.
09/17 - 09/18

Village Peddler Festival

09/17 - 09/18

Enjoy a fall afternoon in the country at this outdoor marketplace filled with more than 175 artisans, music, gourmet market and the aroma of food cooking outside.
09/17

LightNights

09/17

LightNights, a summer event spanning 15 dates, will feature a 3-D light show projected onto the back of the Manor House, transforming the architecture of Akron's largest national historic landmark into an extraordinary show.
09/17

Horse-drawn Fall Hay Wagon Rides and Corn Maze

09/17

What better way to enjoy the sights of fall than with an afternoon of family-oriented fun.
09/17

Cleveland Jewish FilmFest

09/17

Join us for one of area's most exciting film festivals, now in our 11th year of bringing outstanding international Jewish cinema to Greater Cleveland.
09/17 - 09/18

Village Peddler Festival

09/17 - 09/18

Enjoy a fall afternoon in the country at this outdoor marketplace filled with more than 175 artisans, music, gourmet market and the aroma of food cooking outside.
09/18

Superman from Cleveland to Krypton

09/18

Three floors of exhibits in the Main Library will feature memorabilia, art and artifacts from the Mike Curtis Collection of Superman Memorabilia and other prominent collectors.
09/18

Yoga Story Time

09/18

In this twist on traditional story times, children will build literacy skills while stretching their imaginations and muscles.
09/18

Case Barlow Fall Harvest Festival

09/18

Family friendly activities include a rope maze, wagon train rides, crafts, and demonstrations, hayrides and pony rides, candle dipping, and making butter.
09/18

Just Baby N' Me

09/18

For you and your baby, birth to 24 month old baby.
09/19

Experiments In Improvised Music

09/19

OutLab: Experiments in Improvised Music is a monthly laboratory for spontaneous interactive musical exploration.
09/19

Superman from Cleveland to Krypton

09/19

Three floors of exhibits in the Main Library will feature memorabilia, art and artifacts from the Mike Curtis Collection of Superman Memorabilia and other prominent collectors.
09/19

Johnny Appleseed Festival

09/19

Two days of entertainment, crafts and mouth watering food.
09/19

Spree Hike with Lisa King

09/19

Hike with Executive Director Lisa King during the Fall Hiking Spree and ask questions about Summit Metro Parks.
09/19

Open Huts at the Habitat

09/19

To introduce this new family space, the Arboretum is holding Open Huts from 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
09/20

Superman from Cleveland to Krypton

09/20

Three floors of exhibits in the Main Library will feature memorabilia, art and artifacts from the Mike Curtis Collection of Superman Memorabilia and other prominent collectors.
09/20

Preschool Beach Bunch

09/20

Story, craft, game, and a cupcake treat at the park.
09/20

Superman from Cleveland to Krypton

09/20

Three floors of exhibits in the Main Library will feature memorabilia, art and artifacts from the Mike Curtis Collection of Superman Memorabilia and other prominent collectors.
09/20
Things to do in Ohio: Cleveland Museum of Natural History

Creatures of Light: Nature’s Glowing Mysteries

09/20

An all-new exhibit opening Friday will shine a light on the natural phenomenon of bioluminescence at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History. The exhibit showcases organisms that shine through the darkness – from dense forest to the deepest depths of the ocean, the darkest caves and more. 
09/20 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Drop-in: Native Planting

09/20 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Join the CVNP to restore native habitat by planting native trees and wildflowers.
09/21

Superman from Cleveland to Krypton

09/21

Three floors of exhibits in the Main Library will feature memorabilia, art and artifacts from the Mike Curtis Collection of Superman Memorabilia and other prominent collectors.
09/21

Exploring the Night Sky (3 part series)

09/21

 7:00 PM Jason Davis, Museum Astronomer from the Cleveland Museum of Natural History will teach a 3-part series on astronomy.
09/21

Homeschool Happenings: Butterflies, Skippers and Moths

09/21

 Learn how these creatures survive the climate of Northeast Ohio and investigate up-close some that we catch and release.
09/21

Come Learn with Us

09/21

 A monthly series of informative topics designed to educate families, the community, and others interested in Autism.
09/21

Superman from Cleveland to Krypton

09/21

Three floors of exhibits in the Main Library will feature memorabilia, art and artifacts from the Mike Curtis Collection of Superman Memorabilia and other prominent collectors.
09/22

Kids Fun Run

09/22

Bring the entire family to Lock 3 in Akron on Friday evening for the Kids Fun Run presented by Signet Jewelers. This free, non-competitive 1-mile fun run for children ages 12 and younger is intended to teach kids that exercise can be rewarding and fun.
09/22

Superman from Cleveland to Krypton

09/22

Three floors of exhibits in the Main Library will feature memorabilia, art and artifacts from the Mike Curtis Collection of Superman Memorabilia and other prominent collectors.
09/22

Family Art

09/22

Enjoy a small art project for small hands to tackle.
09/22

Superman from Cleveland to Krypton

09/22

Three floors of exhibits in the Main Library will feature memorabilia, art and artifacts from the Mike Curtis Collection of Superman Memorabilia and other prominent collectors.
09/22
Things to do in Ohio: Cleveland Museum of Natural History

Creatures of Light: Nature’s Glowing Mysteries

09/22

An all-new exhibit opening Friday will shine a light on the natural phenomenon of bioluminescence at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History. The exhibit showcases organisms that shine through the darkness – from dense forest to the deepest depths of the ocean, the darkest caves and more. 
09/23

Horse-drawn Fall Hay Wagon Rides and Corn Maze

09/23

What better way to enjoy the sights of fall than with an afternoon of family-oriented fun.
09/23

Superman from Cleveland to Krypton

09/23

Three floors of exhibits in the Main Library will feature memorabilia, art and artifacts from the Mike Curtis Collection of Superman Memorabilia and other prominent collectors.
09/23

Fall Festival

09/23

Live music, pony rides, hay maze, petting zoo, wagon rides, and more.
09/23

Oktoberfest

09/23

Seasonal beers, German food, live entertainment, dancing & Hans the Squirrel.
09/23

Barberton Mum Festival

09/23

Beautiful chrysanthemums create a million blooms at Lake Anna Park.

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