Think Lake County Blog

Things to do in Lake County, Ohio

November 17th, 2014

Penitentiary Glen “Wild Days of Winter”

The Wild Days of Winter – A Taste of Seasons is free for all ages. On a life-sized indoor game board, discover the many flavors that nature gives us as you play along in our all new winter wonderland. Draw a card, move from space to space and explore nature through the seasons. The game...   READ MORE

November 11th, 2014

12 Days of Lake County Christmas

We've compiled a list of 12 ways to celebrate the holidays this year in Lake County, Ohio. Come see what our elves have discovered for you!...   READ MORE

November 10th, 2014

Top 5 Things To Do This Week

Just because it's Monday doesn't mean you can't look forward to the week ahead! Here are your top 5 happenings in Lake County for this week....   READ MORE

November 3rd, 2014

Author Favorites One Tank Trip

Since late 2009 I have had the opportunity to work at, volunteer at or just simply visit many of our county’s iconic historical places. Many are well known to local county residents. Unfortunately many have been razed for what is termed ‘progress.’ Some garner specific visits from out-of-county travelers. Others are stumbled upon randomly or...   READ MORE

Nativity scene
October 28th, 2014

November 2014 Coastal Gazette

In This Issue: Member Spotlight on Normandy Caterind, Historic Kirtland International Nativity Exhibit, Wine Halloween Party and many more events...   READ MORE

October 27th, 2014

Painting the Lighthouse

Whether you’re renovating just one room or an entire building, the cost of renovation can be particularly high when you’re dealing with a historic property.  Inevitably, unknown problems present themselves and push budgets to the max.  Likewise, it can be difficult to find the skilled craftsmen who still have the knowledge and wherewithal to do...   READ MORE

October 24th, 2014

Fall in the Garden

After our fourth coldest winter on record, followed by our 11th wettest spring, local gardeners are happy for colorful vegetables hanging on into October!  We taste with our eyes before our tongues and  late gardens provide a bright and flavorful bounty.  The peppers got off to a rough start last winter when the power went...   READ MORE