Everything from foods and ice cream cones to crafty home made items and trinkets. So much to look at and buy.
A wonderful homemade style cooking experience. OPEN MONDAY THROUGH SATURDAY: Monday, Friday, and Saturday - 7:00 am to 8:00 pm; Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday - 11:00 am to 8:00 pm. Closed Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day, Good Friday, and Easter.
Cleveland Playhouse Square is one of the nation's premier performing arts centers, perhaps the largest in the United States. The large complex is located along Euclid Avenue, incorporating several renovated theaters, namely: the Palace, State, Ohio, Allen, E. 14th and the Hanna. A multitude of talent can be seen in opera, dramas, dance and musicals. The theaters and talent can best be described as “amazing.” Other theater companies are choosing Playhouse Square rather than Broadway in New York City. Tickets may be purchased by calling or online. The Idea Center is also located in the heart of Playhouse Square. It is a place for creativity and education for all ages and backgrounds. For registration, call 216-348-7909. The Cleveland public libraries also work in cooperation with the Playhouse Square Foundation's Arts Education Department, offering additional educational projects.
Along the south shore of Lake Erie, through the valley created by the mighty Grand River, atop the ridges carved by ancient glaciers and in tiny microclimates nearby, northeast Ohio boasts more wineries per square mile than in any other region. The tiny parcel of land also is home to well over half of the winegrape acreage in the state.
As the cool winds blowing over the icy lake slow the growth of tender buds in the spring and the gentle warm breezes extend the summer season into fall, while the valleys collect cold frosty spring air, wine-growing families of the area celebrate their ability to grow some of the finest grapes anywhere in the nation. Hundreds of acres of rolling, lush vineyards, award winning wines like Pinot Gris, Riesling, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Cabernet Franc, easy to enjoy Chambourcin and Vidal Blanc, as well as local favorites made from native varieties, draw tens of thousands of visitors each year for touring and sampling.
Portions of two state designated wild and scenic rivers — and many tributaries — flow through and are protected by Lake Metroparks. In addition to protecting watersheds and open space, Lake Metroparks annually provides nearly two-and-a-half million visitors with countless recreational and educational experiences at diverse facilities, including an agriculturally themed park (Farmpark), a nature center and the Kevin P. Clinton Wildlife Center (at Penitentiary Glen Reservation), a state-of-the-art education center (the Environmental Learning Center), two golf courses, more than 50 miles of trails, including a 4.8-mile paved bike/hike trail, six parks on Lake Erie's shoreline, and a cross-country ski center. - See more at: http://www.lakemetroparks.com/parks
Love OMNIMAX®? So do we! Great Lakes Science Center is home to the Cleveland Clinic OMNIMAX Theater. Experience movie magic under a giant domed screen that soars six stories high! This state-of-the-art theater surrounds you with breathtaking, multi-story images and 11,600 watts of ultra-real digital sound, making you feel like you are actually in these educational adventure films.The Theater is able to create this "you are there" sense of involvement because it features the world's most sophisticated motion-picture projection system, which shows films shot in IMAX, the world's largest film format.
There are currently eighteen covered bridges in Ashtabula County - including the longest and the shortest ones in the entire United States.
Bridge number seventeen earned the distinction of being the longest one. And then, number eighteen came along with a second unique title and record: The Shortest Functioning Covered Bridge in the United States - "measuring in" at a mere eighteen feet.
Thus, Ashtabula County has appropriately and aptly been named the "Covered Bridge Capital of Ohio. These majestic wooden masterpieces appear throughout the county's rolling hills and span some of the most beautiful, scenic river valleys you'll see in the area.
Some of the more rustic bridges date back to the 1850's - others are modern marvels of current engineering. Seven of the bridges have been newly constructed since 1983. All are reminiscent of the time and style of a by-gone era.