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Poets invited to Words & Wine

PAINESVILLE - On Tuesday, Nov. 1 at 6:30 p.m. at Bistro 70 in Painesville, Words and Wine will present Sara Dobie Bauer and Mitch James reading flash fiction and poetry.
Bauer is a writer, model and mental health advocate with a creative writing degree from Ohio University. She is a member of Romance Writers of America and the author of “Bite Somebody.”
James has had fiction and poetry published in various print and e-zine publications and has a Ph.D. in composition from Indiana University of Pennsylvania. He works full-time as an instructor of composition and literature at Lakeland Community College.
Open Mic for poetry will proceed their presentations.
For more information, contact Margie DeLong at (440) 579-5990 or This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

Women’s Winterfest features food tasting

MENTOR - The 5th Annual Women's Winterfest and Holiday Food Tasting is Thursday, Dec. 1, 5:30 - 9 p.m. at NOAH'S Event Venue, 8200 Norton Pkwy., Mentor.
Proceeds from the fundraiser

Luncheon program to feature holiday fashions from Chico’s

WILLOUGHBY – The Women’s Committee of The Fine Arts Association welcomes Chico’s to its Second Wednesday Lecture and Luncheon Series Nov. 9. Chico’s will present its holiday fashions which will be worn

Win a trip to Costa Rica at Festival of Trees

MENTOR - The 15th Annual Festival of Trees Nov. 19 features raffles for a wine tree and a trip to Costa Rica.
Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northeast Ohio’s festive fundraiser starts at 6 p.m. at LaMalfa Party Center in Mentor.
The festive winter wonderland is sure to get

Lakeland Chorus honors composer Franz Schubert

KIRTLAND – The first fall concert of the Lakeland Civic Chorus will be a celebration of one of the most prominent composers of all time, as the group presents “Schubert Mass in G.”
The concert is slated for Sunday, Oct. 23 at 4 p.m.

Community invited to Blue Mass

CONCORD TOWNSHIP - The Catholic Community of St. Gabriel is proud to honor the military for Veterans Day as well as the police, sheriff’s deputies, fire and rescue, and other first emergency responders at their Blue Mass on Thursday, Nov. 10 at 7 p.m.
The public is invited

Girl Scouts work to make a difference

PERRY - Daisy Girl Scout Troop 71120 recently organized a plarn project event for Make a Difference Day.
To make plarn, plastic bags

The Dog Known as Butters gets a brother

Battles With Butters

Please let me begin this article by writing the words I would have never thought possible… the Dog Known as Butters is good at something. What's that you say? Allow me to repeat myself… Butters is good at something.
Granted, he's always done a fine job of gobbling up every morsel

Madison hosts first Septemberfest

MADISON VILLAGE – Madison Village hosted its first festival in four years, Septemberfest.
“We had a community social in July. As we were giving out hot dogs,

Fine Arts Association breaks ground on $1.5 million addition

WILLOUGHBY - The Fine Arts Association (FAA) broke ground on its new addition Oct. 3 at its Willoughby campus at 38660 Mentor Ave. Dressed in glistening white hard hats and armed with 10 shovels, honored guests began phase 2 of the $3.5 million capital campaign.
Phase 1, costing a total

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