Meet at the backyard fair or at ‘Hoffs’ Auburn Township arts and crafts show Valley Views

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CHAGRIN FALLS, OhioJoin the Chagrin Falls Historical Society & Museum 5:30-8 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 19 for its annual fundraiser in the backyard of the museum building, 87 East Washington St. in Chagrin Falls. With the theme, Meet Me at the Fair, the family-friendly event features a live band, carnival themed games, tarot card reading, and gift basket raffle. A balloon twister will be on hand to make his creations.

Parking is available behind the museum at the Intermediate School. Tickets are $100 per person. Children age 12 and under accompanying an adult are admitted free of charge.

To purchase your ticket and reserve your spot, contact chagrinhistory.org or call 440-247-4695. to make your reservations today!

Sponsorships and in-kind sponsorship are available. Contact Ruth at [email protected]

Auburn Art Festival: Reithoffer’s Art, Spirits & Entertainment, known as Hoff’s will host the township’s largest art festival Friday-Sunday, Aug. 18-20.

The festival will be open 5-8 p.m. Friday, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday with booths inside and out offering artisan crafts, vintage finds and locally produced gourmet items. Food trucks will be on site. Enjoy beer, wine or Hoff’s signature craft cocktails while listening to music and live local entertainment. Admittance is free of charge.

Hoff’s will be open after the art show closes Friday and Saturday and serving spirited drinks for adults.

Contact reithoffers.com for more information.

Homeschool fair: Register for Geauga Park District’s homeschool family learning fair 1:30-3:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 24 at The West Woods park. It offers activities and information from Geauga County organizations that offer educational opportunities for homeschool students, such as crafts and resources from Geauga County Public Library and the Burton Library, a book giveaway from Women United United Way, information and giveaways from University Hospitals, educational materials from Ohio Division of Wildlife and a chance to explore a meadow with a naturalist at the park. Contact geaugaparkdistrict.org or 440-286-9516. Registration is required for all adults and children attending the event.

Arts in Nature: Stop in to see the Geauga Arts Council juried art show at The West Woods Nature Center. It opens 7 to 9 p.m. Friday, Aug. 18 and remains on display daily 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. through September.

Hudson Art on the Green: The late summer annual outdoor Art on the Green offers fine art and crafts from 140 exhibitors 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 26-27 in Hudson, rain or shine. The 41st annual show presented by the Hudson Society of Artists moves to a new location at the Joann Green at the corner of Terex Road and state Route 91.

The show includes painting, sculpture, woodworking, jewelry, metalwork, photography, digital art, ceramics and pottery, glass works and fiber arts and clothing. Admission is free along with parking. Food trucks will provide dining options.

The show has grown from 60 local artists participating since it began in 1980 to include more than double the exhibitors, including those from multiple states, which necessitated the move. The show had grown as well as the trees and landscaping at its former location on the greens in downtown Hudson, according to the event chairperson, Cathy Welner.

The Hudson Society of Artists is dedicated to promoting the arts in the community. Membership is open to anyone interested in the arts and it is not necessary to live in Hudson to be a member.

Community Builders Award: The Chagrin Valley Golden Gate Masons will hold their annual banquet 6-8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 21 to present an award to this year’s ultimate volunteer and supporter, Marcia Snavely at the Chagrin Valley Athletic Club.

Snavely is a professional keyboardist and has volunteered her talents for multiple decades at area churches, Chagrin Falls schools and for many organizations. This year marks the fifth year for the Community Builders Award that honors individuals who made a significant impact on the community through dedication, leadership and service.

Proceeds from the event will go to Chagrin Valley Little Theatre to help maintain its buildings and to continue providing entertainment in the community. The theater has entertained local audiences for 93 years. The evening includes dinner and raffles.

Tickets are $100. Contact cvcba.org.

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