Subject: Easter Roller Skating Party
Easter Roller Skating Party - April 12, 2017
You are invited to Mentor Skateland''s Springtime Easter Roller Skating Party on Wednesday, April 12th, 2017, from 6:30 to 8:30pm. Bring your friends and family for a hopping good time! Everyone is welcome! Join us for games, raffles, and prizes. Fun for all ages! Admission is only $5 and skate rental is available for $3. Mentor Skateland is located at 5615 Andrews Road in Mentor on the Lake, OH. www.mentorskateland.com. Don''t miss out! Mark your calendar now and please help us spread the word about this terrific event.
p.s. This event helps the talented skaters of the Mentor Skateland Artistic Club attend regional and national competitions. Remember, roller skating is fitness disguised as fun! Thank you.
For More Information, contact: Connie Mason
|Lake County YMCA|
Subject: Easter Egg Hunt at the Lake County Outdoor Y
Children and their families are invited to join the Lake County YMCA for a special Easter Egg Hunt and visit with the Easter Bunny on Saturday, April 1 from 2-4pm at the Outdoor Y, 4540 River Road in Perry.
Children can enjoy making a springtime craft, visiting with live baby bunnies, and a special Easter Egg Hunt for the young and young at heart. Hundreds of eggs filled with sweet surprises will be hidden all over our fields. Bring your camera for family photos with the Easter Bunny.
This year, a special Golden Egg will award its finder with a free Outdoor Y family membership.
Cost is $5 for children (age 9 and under). All proceeds from the event will benefit the Lake County Outdoor Y Annual Giving Campaign which helps provide membership and program assistance to families that otherwise would not be able to enjoy a YMCA experience.
Advance registration is recommended. Register in person at the Lake County Outdoor Y, call Liann Cox at 440-259-2724 or visit www.lakecountyymca.org.
For More Information, contact: Liann Cox
|Harpersfield United Methodist Church|
Subject: Free Fish Fry Dinners
Please join us for a FREE family Fish Fry Dinner on March 10, 2017, On March 24th,2017 and also on April 7th,2017. Meals include two pieces of freshly battered fish, french fries, cole slaw, beverage and dessert. Serving each evening from 6:00pm to 8:00pm.
For More Information, contact: Rick Ward
Website: http://13501 Pont Road
|Fairport Dance Academy Boosters|
Subject: Annual Chinese Auction
Fairport Dance Academy Boosters Annual Chinese Auction will be held on Sunday, March 26th at the Hungarian Culture Club - 633 High St., Fairport Harbor. Doors will open at 2PM with the drawing beginning at 5PM. Over $7,000 value of fantastic prizes have been donated including a
$500+ Teeth Whitening Package - $200+ Prom Package - Lottery Tree valued at over $240 and a $200+ Birthday Party Package! Ticket prices are 3/$1 for items valued up to $99 - $1 each for items valued from $100-$199 - and $2 each for items valued at $200 and up. WINNERS DO NOT NEED TO BE PRESENT. You will need a number to bid on our items - numbers can be purchased for $5 - and you will receive 10 tickets for items valued up to $99. Lunch items - snacks - beverages and baked items will be available.
For More Information, contact: LaVonne Wolfe
Website: http://10869 Girdled Rd - Concord, Oh 44077
|Craft & Antique Co-op|
Subject: Adult Easter Egg Hunt
ADULT EASTER EGG HUNT hosted by the Craft & Antique Co-op.
Why should kids have all the fun? Hunt Easter eggs filled with candy and prize slips worth $1 to $150 in the dark! Lent friendly buffet style dinner at 7pm, open bar, DJ & Dancing and headlamps provided for hunting!
50/50 Raffle, Chinese Auction for 70" Flat Screen TV, $500 gift card tree, $400 Lottery tree. Tickets for raffle are $5 each, 3 for $10, or 7 for $20.
Cost: $60 per person, limited tickets so RSVP before March 26.
Call 440-983-1427 or 440-392-0581
When: Friday April 14, 2017
Time: 6pm to 11pm
Where: St. John Vianney Party Center, 7575 Bellflower Rd, Mentor OH (behind church).
Ages: 18 and up
We look forward to hunting with YOU!
For More Information, contact: Dennis Dempsey
|New Promise Church|
Subject: Easter Egg Hunt in Jerusalem
CHILDREN’S EASTER OUTREACH––“Easter Egg Hunt in Jerusalem”–– at New Promise Church, 8671 Euclid-Chardon Road, Kirtland, will be Saturday, April 15, 11am to 2pm. Fun activities include prizes, bounce house, balloon room, crafts, food and a live Jerusalem Temple area. For more information, please call the Church at 440/256-3705 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
For More Information, contact: Jane Diggs
|Craft & Antique Co-op|
Subject: Free Kids Easter Egg Hunt
14th Annual Easter Egg Hunt hosted by Craft and Antique Co-op & Dempsey Auctions.
Open to Kids 10 and under
Register 10:30 am front of co-op
Egg Hunt at Noon on side lawn
Over 10,000 eggs & thousands of prizes, baskets and bicycles!
Free hot dog lunch for kids after hunt
Located at 1871 N. Ridge Rd. Painesville, Oh 44077
For More Information, contact: dennis dempsey
|Ashtabula County District Library|
Subject: Library Support Writing Night
Calling all library lovers, users, and supporters!
The proposed Federal budget for 2018 includes eliminating all funding for the Institute of Museum and Library Services!
While it is only a small part of the Federal budget, it is an important part of the funding for libraries and museums across the United States. Ohio libraries will be especially hard hit, since Governor Kasich has said he wants to cut state funding for Ohio libraries by $7.7 million in 2018, at the same time he is asking libraries to offer more accessibility to public computers to allow increased access to online training and training spaces.
To let elected officials know how our patrons support the Ashtabula County District Library (which includes the Ashtabula Public Library, Geneva Public Library, and the County Bookmobile) we are holding a Library Support Writing Night on Thursday, March 30, from 4:p.m.-8:00p.m., in the center of the library.
The writing materials will be provided by the Ashtabula Library. Postage is being made available through a generous patron who wishes to remain anonymous. Addresses, talking points, information about the Institute of Museum and Library Services, and its effect on libraries and the community, will be provided.
Legislators want to hear personal stories. This is your chance to tell them how the library impacts your life. Spend a few minutes or the entire evening writing to your elected officials in support of your library.
For More Information, contact: Debra Laveck