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Fall Harvest Weekends at Lake Metroparks Farmpark

What would fall be without a wander through a corn maze, a bracing cup of hot apple cider and pumpkins, pumpkins, pumpkins…more than 700, but who’s counting? Darlings, you’ll find all that and more at the Fall Harvest Weekends at Lake Metroparks Farmpark. Mimi caught up with Events Manager Andy McGovern to get the scoop on this...

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From tee to green, the revitalized 18th hole at Bunker Hill Golf Course is a must-play

With 17 holes under your belt and eagerly awaiting a refreshing cold one in the clubhouse, you’d probably like to finish your game on a high note. That wasn’t always easy on the final hole at Bunker Hill Golf Course, admits General Manager Chad Gibson. “Until this summer, the 18th hole was one of the least favorite on the course, with a...

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Berea Arts Fest, one of the most revered arts fests in the area, makes its return on Sunday, September 11, 2022

With the theme “Honor, Art and Community,” more than 12,000 people are expected to populate the bustling streets of historic downtown at the 32nd Berea Arts Fest on Sunday, September 11. “Our festival has the lofty goal of fostering the arts on many levels, from interactive activities to visual arts, amazing live music, delicious food...

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Celebrating Jewish life

Striking a successful balance between the social and the sacred aspects of Judaism, Rabbi Rosette Barron Haim has created the fifth year of Celebrating Jewish Life, a subscription series of six Jewish holiday experiences to engage adults in ways that recapture the Jewish spirit and reconnect them to the Jewish community. Rabbi Haim has served...

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The charity Sleep in Heavenly Peace is gearing up to build 50 beds for kids in need

With the mission statement, “No kid sleeps on the floor in our town,” the charity Sleep in Heavenly Peace runs on the noble and lofty ambition to provide beds for local children who sleep on couches or even floors as they don’t have a proper beds. “I think people would be surprised if they knew how many of the kids in our community...

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