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Corporate jewelry sale to benefit Lake Health

CONCORD - Lake Health Auxiliary is sponsoring a sale of gold and sterling silver jewelry and accessories. Turn unwanted gold and silver into cash.
Jewelry service repairs

‘Carousel, a Concert’ to open July 22 at Rabbit Run Theater

MADISON - The concert version of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s critically acclaimed musical “Carousel” opens Friday, July 22 at Rabbit Run Theater in Madison.
In a small 19th-century town in Maine, carnival barker Billy Bigelow captivates and marries Julie Jordan, a naïve mill worker. Billy loses his job just as he learns that Julie is pregnant. Desperate to provide for his family,

Free Shakespeare festival in Mentor

MENTOR –The Bard is in charge at Wildwood Cultural Center, 7645 Little Mountain Rd., Mentor on Sunday, July 24. In cooperation with the Geauga Lyric Theater Guild, Wildwood Cultural Center and the Mentor Community Arts Commission will present a one-day Shakespeare festival celebrating the art of live theater in the park.
In addition to two Shakespearian comedic performances at 11 a.m. and 4 p.m., workshops, vendors, and interactive family activities will be available throughout the day.
First up at 11 a.m., Director Angela Miloro-Hansen will be offering “As You Like It,” a favorite romantic comedy. Banished by her uncle to the Forest of Arden, a young woman disguises herself as a man and puts her would-be husband to the test, discovering both her partner and herself in an instant.
This performance, geared for the whole family, will be presented by a teen cast from throughout Lake, Geauga, Portage and Cuyahoga counties.
At 4 p.m., Director Mark Cipra will present “Twelfth Night,” Shakespeare’s comedy of gender confusion, in which a girl disguises herself as a man to be near the count she adores, only to be pursued by the woman he loves.
The all-star adult cast provides a modern interpretation on this classic story.
Both productions are full of laughs and are free of charge. A little sword fighting and a lot of romance for a summer afternoon. Sword fighting demonstrations, interactive theater workshops and more.
Bring a picnic or purchase from onsite vendors at the festival.
More information is available at www.geaugatheater.org or by calling the Geauga Lyric Theater at 440-286-2255, or Wildwood Cultural Center at (440) 974-5735.

Early America ‘LIVE’ returns to Jefferson Depot this weekend

JEFFERSON - Travel back in time on July 9-10, when the Jefferson Depot Village hosts its annual Early America LIVE event.
As you enter the gates into the historic 19th century Jefferson Depot Village at 147 East Jefferson Street, 1890 becomes "ALIVE" at the Early America "LIVE" reenactment festival.

Upcoming theatre season at FAA delightfully fun

WILLOUGHBY – The Fine Arts Association’s 2016-2017 theatre season will excite and amuse audiences of all ages.
The season opens with “My Way: A Musical Tribute to Frank Sinatra” Sept. 30 through Oct. 16. This nostalgic revue features the intoxicating music of “the Chairman of the Board.”
Children and their families are invited

Tee off for the Exchange Club

PAINESVILLE - The Exchange Club of Painesville annual golf outing is planned, set and ready to take golfers and sponsors. Painesville Exchange Club Golf Outing Scramble will tee off with a shot gun start at high noon at Madison Country Club, Monday, Aug. 15.
Cost is $110 per player,

Meet Your Neighbor: Celebrating ‘Tracy Lake Day’

JEFFERSON - No, she’s not retiring, but a loyal customer still wished to honor hair-stylist Tracy Lake with a special day in her honor on Thursday, June 16.

Mentor to tap Beer Fest

MENTOR – Thirty-three local and Ohio breweries will be providing samples of their beers at the first Mentor On Tap: A Craft Brew Experience June 18 from 3-8 p.m. at Mentor Civic Center Park.
The beer lovers' delight is the newest of six special events being held

Lake County Bar Association celebrates Law Day

MENTOR - The Lake County Bar Association (LCBA) celebrated the law and how it contributes to the freedom for all Americans with breakfast on May 3 at LaMalfa in Mentor.
The 40th annual Law Day focused on words familiar to almost everyone: “You have the right to remain silent …” The 5 to 4 decision in 1966 in Miranda versus Arizona is possibly the best-known Supreme Court decision. It guarantees

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