Buckeye Country Superfest brings George Strait, Blake Shelton to Columbus in June

It feels like a lifetime away, but it will be warm again. For many of you, the summer months mean outdoor country concerts. And while Northeast Ohio is sure again to get its fair share, you may want to think about a little road trip on June 8. That’s the date of next year’s Buckeye Country Superfest in Columbus. In a recent press release, concert … Continue reading Buckeye Country Superfest brings George Strait, Blake Shelton to Columbus in June

Take a ride on a Santa Train

A Santa Train presented by Lorain and West Virginia Railway offers a nostalgic holiday view of rural Northeastern Ohio. The railway station decorated for the season offers warm hot chocolate in the vintage building at 46485 State Route 18 in Wellington. The  train ride lasts about 50 minutes on a round trip of about 3 miles with a chance to visit with Santa. All children … Continue reading Take a ride on a Santa Train

2018 Ohio Statehouse Holiday Festival and Tree Lighting

What: The Ohio Statehouse Holiday Festival and Tree Lighting Where: Ohio Statehouse, 1 Capitol Square, Columbus When: 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. Dec. 6 Why you should go: The Capitol Square Review and Advisory Board makes its pitch in a news release: The festival marks the beginning of the holiday season on Capitol Square and throughout central Ohio. The indoor ceremony will take place in the Statehouse … Continue reading 2018 Ohio Statehouse Holiday Festival and Tree Lighting

Ohio’s first bicycle film festival coming to Akron

What: REEL Cycling Film Festival Where: Highland Square Theatre, 826 W. Market St., Akron When: 2 to 5 p.m. Nov. 4. Doors opens at 1:30. Why you should go: The festival aims to showcase some of the world’s best short films with bicycle themes, according to a news release from its organizers, the NorthEast Ohio Safe Trails & Roads initiative. Their goal is to “build a greater … Continue reading Ohio’s first bicycle film festival coming to Akron

Civil War Days ushers folks back to mid-1800s at park near Vermilion

A second annual Civil War Days offers a glimpse into a fully costumed and outfitted era with soldier encampments 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 22-23 at Mill Hollow Park of Vermilion River Reservation. The family-friendly event will help youngsters see and experience an authentic soldiers’ encampment while learning about the war. Demonstrations include period cooking, photography, medicine, uniforms, other clothing, artillery fire demonstrations, drinking … Continue reading Civil War Days ushers folks back to mid-1800s at park near Vermilion