Events

December Holiday Memories Still Await You!

Father Time was first mentioned in 1559 and appeared in a Thomas Nobbes illustration in 1638 but has been around in many cultures for thousands of years. He appeared in Greek/Roman mythology as part of a pagan week long Harvest Festival. During the Saxon Rule in England he was known as King Frost or King

Holiday Happenings in Lake County

With the chilly Lake Erie breeze in the air and peppermint mochas becoming part of our daily routines, we know that the holidays are officially in full swing. In Lake County, OH we have an abundance of fun activities happening this month to help celebrate! The Steele Mansion: Visit the Steele Mansion to fill your

Concord Township’s Schools Legacy

As Concord Township marches to its bicentennial year in 2022, it is appropriate to look back and recall its early beginnings. In 1795 The Connecticut Land Company purchased 3 million acres in what become known as The Western Reserve, an area of land extending through Pennsylvania and into Ohio. By 1798 the government allocated $2,600

2017 Winegrowers of the Grand River Valley Turkey Trot

Turkey Trot Saturday, November 4th Noon-5 p.m. – A progressive food & wine tasting event. Join us for an afternoon at Debonne’ Vineyards, Ferrante Winery, Grand River Cellars, Laurello Vineyards, and St. Joseph Vineyards tasting fine wines paired with dishes from your Thanksgiving dinner. Let the wineries help you pick out the perfect wines for

Last Stop Willoughby returns to Downtown Willoughby

Last Stop Willoughby will be returning to downtown Willoughby on Erie Street from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Aug.19. Hosted by the Heart of Willoughby, the event will begin with the Willoughby Outdoor Market, featuring vendors of breads, pastries, fruits and vegetables, just to name a few. Last Stop Willoughby begins at 8 a.m. at the Willoughby

The Family Friendly “Peter and the Starcatcher” opens at Rabbit Run Theater

The family-friendly production of “Peter and the Starcatcher” opens at Rabbit Run Theater, Friday, July 21, and runs through Aug. 5. This Tony Award-winning comedic play with music upends the century-old story of how an orphan comes to be the boy who would not grow up (a.k.a. Peter Pan).  Peter and his orphan friends sail from