Positively Oberlin

Our MISSION is to promote the sustainable growth and prosperity of the Oberlin Community.

Oberlin Business Partnership Events

Upcoming Events

7/03/2015
Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

7/03/2015
Oberlin Summer Concert Series

7/04/2015
Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

7/04/2015
Credo Music Free Concerts

7/08/2015
Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

7/10/2015
Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

7/10/2015
Credo Music Free Concerts

7/10/2015
Summer Concert Series

7/11/2015
Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

7/11/2015
Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

7/14/2015
Credo Music Free Concert

7/15/2015
Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

7/16/2015
Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

7/16/2015
Good Morning Oberlin

7/17/2015
Summer Concert Series

7/17/2015
Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

7/18/2015
Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

7/18/2015
Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

7/19/2015
Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

7/19/2015
Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

7/21/2015
Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

7/22/2015
Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

7/22/2015
Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

7/23/2015
Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

7/24/2015
Summer Concert Series

7/24/2015
Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

7/25/2015
Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

7/25/2015
Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

7/26/2015
Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

7/26/2015
Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

7/28/2015
Obelrin Summer Theater Festival

7/29/2015
Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

7/29/2015
Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

7/30/2015
Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

7/31/2015
Summer Concert Series

7/31/2015
Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

8/01/2015
Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

8/01/2015
Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

8/02/2015
Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

8/02/2015
Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

8/04/2015
Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

8/05/2015
Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

8/05/2015
Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

8/06/2015
Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

8/07/2015
Summer Concert Series

8/07/2015
Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

8/08/2015
Family Fun Fair and Merchant Sidewalk Sales

8/08/2015
Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

8/08/2015
Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

8/14/2015
Summer Concert Series

8/20/2015
Good Morning Oberlin

8/29/2015
WOMEN'S EQUALITY DAY

9/17/2015
Good Morning Oberlin

9/19/2015
Doggie Doo & Pooch Parade

9/19/2015
Walk to End Alzheimer's

9/26/2015
Community & Culture Fest

10/22/2015
Good Morning Oberlin

10/31/2015
Downtown Trick-or-Treat

11/19/2015
Good Morning Oberlin

11/21/2015
Festival of Trees

11/27/2015
SANTA & MRS. CLAUS COME TO TOWN

11/27/2015
Santa & Tree Lighting

11/28/2015
Small Business Saturday

 

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6/30/2014

Origami Camp

Jame Peake of FAVA will lead our Origami camp as we discover this art form, learning how to fold and create new models.  We will receive instruction, explore new models through Apps and the internet while working one-on-one and in teams.

June 30-July 3, 1:00-4:30 PM, Grades 6th-8th

Please register all participants for camps by calling 440-774-3820.  Space is limited.  Snacks will be provided.  Grade level is for students rising into the listed grade.  Following each camp The Backspace will host drop-in hours 4:30-6:00 PM.

www.oberlinlibrary-thebridge.org 

Contact Phone #: 440-774-3820

Email: thebridge@oberlin.net

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7/01/2014

Oberlin Baseball Memories

Heritage Center Presents Oberlin Baseball Memories

Tuesday, July 1 is a great night for baseball!  Join lifelong Oberlinians Sid Comings and Marianne Cochrane as the present baseball stories aplenty from both sides of home plate - from the action on the field to the views from the sidelines.  This fun and relaxed presentation, hosted by the Oberlin Heritage Center, take place at Kendal at Oberlin's Heiser Auditorium (600 Kendal Drive) and begins at 7:15 PM.  The event is free and open to the public.

For baseball enthusiast Sid Comings, summer meant hitting fungos, repairing broken bats, fetching foul balls for umpires at the big kids' games, memorizing baseball statistics gleaned from Sporting News, and meeting legendary baseball promoter and franchise owner, Bill Veeck.  Sid quotes Pulitzer-Prize winning American columnist and author (and baseball fan) George F. Will: "My ardor for baseball was inversely proportional to my ability."

Marianne Cochrane, on the other hand, was a local legend and began playing women's fast-pitch softball with an adult team when she was in the 7th grade.  She was known for playing fine defensive ball with a batting average in the .300s.  Traveling all over Ohio and beyond, she helped her team make it to the state championship in 1952 where the 15-year-old Cochrane batted over .400 and collected four hits and scored two runs.

Sid Comings is a graduate of Oberlin College (OC '69).  He ran the music department in the Co-op Bookstore for 10 years and also served as an adjunct professor of writing at Lorain County Community College for over 25 years.  He has written numerous articles on various topics  - including baseball - that have appeared in many different publications.

Marianne Cochrane is an Oberlin business woman and a dedicated community volunteer.  She graduated from Grinnell College and was the owner/manager of the Ben Franklin Store in Oberlin for more than 40 years prior to retirement.  She is an Honorary Trustee of the Oberlin Heritage Center, having served on the organization's Board for 22 years, including 8 years as President.  Through the years, Cochrane also was active with the Oberlin Chamber of Commerce and various City of Oberlin commissions.

For more information about this Oberlin Heritage Center program, or other upcoming tours, summer camps or community events, visit www.oberlinheritagecenter.org, or call (440)774-1700 or email members@oberlinheritage.org

Time: 7:15 PM

Location: Kendal at Oberlin's Heiser Auditorium

Contact Name: Patricia Murphy

Contact Phone #: 440-774-1700

Email: patm@oberlinheritage.org

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7/03/2014

3RD OF JULY FIREWORKS

Come on out to the Hamilton Fields and join in the fun.  Fireworks and oohs and aahs!

Time: 9 pm

Location: Hamilton Fields

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7/05/2014

Oberlin Farmers Market

Fresh vegetables and fruit, recipes, and specialties. 

Check us out on www.oberlinfarmersmarket.com

Time: 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Location: Oberlin Public Library & City Hall Parking Lot

Contact Name: Heather Adelman

Contact Phone #: 440-775-6177

Email: hadelman@oberlinproject.org

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7/05/2014

Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

Join the Oberlin Summer Theater Festival for its sixth season!

All performances are abosolutely FREE to the public and geared toward the entire family, including school-age children -ages 6 to 96!  To accommodate families with younger members, evening performances begin at 7 PM.  There are also 2 PM matinees on most Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays, giving out-of-town patrons the opportunity to see two shows in the same day.  To reserve tickets, please call 440-775-8169 or email ostf@oberlin.edu .  For more information and a full calendar, visit us at wwww.oberlinsummertheaterfestival.com .

Time: 7:00 PM

Contact Phone #: 440-775-8169

Email: ostf@oberlin.edu

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7/07/2014

Movie-Making Camp

Making movies is even more fun than watching them!  Learn more about the craft from both ends of the camera; use digital cameras and creative editing to make your own movie to share with friends and family. 

July 7-11, 3:00-4:30 PM, Grades 5th-8th

Please register all participants for camps by calling 440-774-3820.  Space is limited.  Snacks will be provided.  Grade level is for students rising into the listed grade.  Following each camp The Backspace will host drop-in hours 4:30-6:00 PM.

www.oberlinlibrary-thebridge.org

Contact Phone #: 440-774-3820

Email: thebridge@oberlin.net

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7/11/2014

Dan Zola Orchestra

The Dan Zola Orchestra is a 19 piece big band steeped in the tradition of the famous swing and dance bnads.  Count Basie, Glenn Miller, Benny Goodman, Les Brown, Harry James, Ellington and Sinatra are just a sampling of the many authentic sounds that are featured by the Dan Zola Orchestra.  Check them out at www.zolabigband.com.

Time: 7 to 9 pm

Location: Tappan Square Clark Bandstand

Contact Name: Janet Haar

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: contact@oberlin.org

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7/11/2014

Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

Join the Oberlin Summer Theater Festival for its sixth season!

All performances are absolutely FREE to the public and geared toward the entire family, including school-aged children -ages 6 to 96!  To accommodate families with younger members, evening performances begin at 7 PM.  There are also 2 PM matinees on most Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays, giving out-of-town patrons the opportunity to see two shows in the same day.  To reserve tickets, please call 440-775-8169  or email ostf@oberlin.edu .  For more information and a full calendar, visit us at www.oberlinsummertheaterfestival.com .

Time: 7:00 PM

Contact Phone #: 440-775-8169

Email: ostf@oberlin.edu

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7/12/2014

Oberlin Farmers Market

ALPACAS AT THE MARKET TODAY!

Fresh vegetables and fruit, recipes, and specialties. 

Check us out on www.oberlinfarmersmarket.com

Time: 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Location: Oberlin Public Library & City Hall Parking Lot

Contact Name: Heather Adelman

Contact Phone #: 440-775-6177

Email: hadelman@oberlinproject.org

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7/14/2014

Design with Google SketchUp Camp

Come, learn the program used by design professionals to easily generate models of 3-Dimensional objects, from architecture to games, toys, spaceships, and cars.

July 14-18, 3:00-4:30 PM, Grades 5th-8th

Please Register all participants for camps by calling 440-774-3820.  Space is limited.  Snacks will be provided.  Grade level is for students rising into the listed grade.  Following each camps The Backspace will host drop-in hours 4:30-6:00 PM.

www.oberlinlibrary-thebridge.org

Contact Phone #: 440-774-3820

Email: thebridge@oberlin.net

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7/18/2014

Hillbilly Idol

You are in for a real treat with the Hillbilly Idol band! Classic sounds of country, swing, rock & roll, and bluegrass will fill Tappan Square.  Go to www.hillbillyidol.com to get a sneak preview of the great time you will have listening to their music.

Time: 7 to 9 pm

Location: Tappan Square Clark Bandstand

Contact Name: Janet Haar

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: contact@gmail.com

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7/19/2014

Oberlin Farmers Market

Fresh vegetables and fruit, recipes, and specialties. 

Check us out on www.oberlinfarmersmarket.com

Time: 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Location: Oberlin Public Library & City Hall Parking Lot

Contact Name: Heather Adelman

Contact Phone #: 440-775-6177

Email: hadelman@oberlinproject.org

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7/21/2014

Summer Reading Camp

Bridge staff will choose one summer reading book from Langston Middle School's 6th grade summer reading list to focus on throughout the week.  Programming will include theater, crafts and technology.  The camp will culminate with a student designed movie trailer using Microsoft Power Point.

July 21-25, 3:00-4:30 PM, Grade 6th

Please register all participants for camps by calling 440-774-3820.  Space is limited.  Snacks will be provided.  Grade level is for students rising into the listed grade.  Following each camp The Backspace will host drop-in hours 4:30-6:00 PM.

www.oberlinlibrary-thebridge.org

Contact Phone #: 440-774-3820

Email: thebridge@oberlin.net

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7/25/2014

That 80's Band

That 80’s Band is back by popular demand!  You won't be able to stay in your seats or on your blankets when this band gets going, so bring your dancing partners. 

The band covers artists including the Eurhythmics, Wang Chung, Tears for Fears, Bon Jovi, Michael Jackson, Prince and Def Leppard, and that's just a taste!

Get in the groove at www.ilovethat80sband.com.

Time: 7 to 9 pm

Location: Tappan Square Clark Bandstand

Contact Name: Janet Haar

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: contact@oberlin.org

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7/26/2014

Oberlin Farmers Market

Fresh vegetables and fruit, recipes, and specialties. 

Check us out on www.oberlinfarmersmarket.com

Time: 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Location: Oberlin Public Library & City Hall Parking Lot

Contact Name: Heather Adelman

Contact Phone #: 440-775-6177

Email: hadelman@oberlinproject.org

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7/28/2014

OHC Summer Camp for Kids

Camps are designed to stimulate children’s creativity and allow them to experience history, architecture, art, crafts, games, and the tastes and sounds of diverse cultures.  For boys and girls ages 8-13.

Oberlin Expedition (July 28-August 1).  Each day we’ll visit different museums, businesses, landmarks, and institutions in Oberlin to see what goes on behind the scenes and see the people and machines, that make the town run.

$110 per week; $100 for children and grandchildren of OHC members.

Register online at www.oberlinheritagecenter.org

Location: Oberlin Depot (240 S. Main St.

Contact Name: Elizabeth Schultz, Museum Education and Tour Coordinator

Contact Phone #: 440-774-1700

Email: tourinfo@oberlinheritage.org

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7/28/2014

Summer Reading Camp

Bridge staff will choose one summer reading book from Langston Middle School's 6th grade summer reading list to focus on throughout the week.  Programming will include theater, crafts and technology.  The camp will culminate with a student designed movie trailer using Microsoft Power Point.

July 28-August 1, 3:00-4:30 PM, Grade 7th

Please register all participants for camps by calling 440-774-3820.  Space is limited.  Snacks will be provided.  Grade level is for students rising into the listed grade.  Following each camp The Backspace will host drop-in hours 4:30-6:00 PM.

www.oberlinlibrary-thebridge.org

Contact Phone #: 440-774-3820

Email: thebridge@oberlin.net

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8/02/2014

Classic Car Show

Classic Car Show.

Time: 10 am - 4 pm

Location: Downtown Oberlin

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8/02/2014

Oberlin Farmers Market

Fresh vegetables and fruit, recipes, and specialties. 

Check us out on www.oberlinfarmersmarket.com

Time: 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Location: Oberlin Public Library & City Hall Parking Lot

Contact Name: Heather Adelman

Contact Phone #: 440-775-6177

Email: hadelman@oberlinproject.org

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8/04/2014

OHC Summer Camp for Kids

Camps are designed to stimulate children’s creativity and allow them to experience history, architecture, art, crafts, games, and the tastes and sounds of diverse cultures.  For boys and girls ages 8-13.  World Cultures (August 4-8).  Join us for an exploration of people around the world, including their music, dance, food, and history.

$110 per week; $100 for children and grandchildren of OHC members. 

Register online at www.oberlinheritagecenter.org

Location: Oberln Depot (240 S. Main St.

Contact Name: Elizabeth Schultz, Museum Education and Tour Coordinator

Contact Phone #: 440-774-1700

Email: tourinfo@oberlinheritage.org

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8/04/2014

My First Computer Camp 1

Designed for our youngest users, this week-long camp introduces kids to internet safety and the basics of using a computer.  Participants also increase their comfort level with computers by playing educational games.

August 4-8, 10:00 AM-12:00 PM, Grades K-2nd, Applications for My First Computer Camp will be available July 1.

Please register all participants for camps by calling 440-774-3820.  Space is limited.  Snacks will be provided.  Grade level is for students rising into the listed grade.  Following each camp The Backsapce will host drop-in hours 4:30-6:00 PM. 

www.oberlinlibrary-thebridge.org

Contact Phone #: 440-774-3820

Email: thebridge@oberlin.net

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8/08/2014

The Womack Family Band

The Womack Family Band is back by popular demand.  This local band has national recognition for their pure sound.

The Womack's combine the vibe of the 60's, 70's with the roots of American folk, blues, jazz, country, and rock music.  Check them out at www.womackband.com

Time: 7 to 9 pm

Location: Tappan Square Clark Bandstand

Contact Name: Janet Haar

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: contact@oberlin.org

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8/09/2014

Oberlin Farmers Market

ALPACAS AT THE MARKET TODAY!

Fresh vegetables and fruit, recipes, and specialties. 

Check us out on www.oberlinfarmersmarket.com

Time: 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Location: Oberlin Public Library & City Hall Parking Lot

Contact Name: Heather Adelman

Contact Phone #: 440-775-6177

Email: hadelman@oberlinproject.org

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8/11/2014

OHC Summer Camp for Kids

Architecture (August 11-15).  Learn the basics of buildings and explore local architecture.  Use your creativity to draw, construct and engineer. 

$110 per week; $100 for children and grandchildren of OHC members. 

Register online at www.oberlinheritagecenter.org

Location: Oberlin Depot (240 S. Main St.

Contact Name: Elizabeth Schultz, Museum Education and Tour Coordinator

Contact Phone #: 440-774-1700

Email: tourinfo@oberlinheritage.org

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8/11/2014

My First Computer Camp 2

Designed for our youngest users, this week-long camp introduces kids to internet safety and the basics of using a computer.  Participants also increase their comfort level with computers by playing educational games.

August 11-15, 10:00 AM- 12:00 PM, Grades 3rd-5th, Applications for My First Computer Camp will be available July 1.

Please register all participants for camps by calling 440-774-3820.  Space is limited.  Snacks will be provided.  Grade level is for students rising into the listed grade.  Following each camp The Backspace will host drop-in hours 4:30-6:00 PM.

www.oberlinlibrary-thebridge.org

Contact Phone #: 440-774-3820

Email: thebridge@oberlin.net

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8/13/2014

GOOD MORNING DOWNTOWN

GOOD MORNING DOWNTOWN

Dear Downtown Oberlin Businesses,

The Oberlin Business Partnership Board of Trustees wants your input to help us plan services and programs and to advocate for your interests.  Please join us at the Oberlin Inn on August 13th at 8:00 a.m. to share your thoughts and suggestions on the following:

  •  Food Trucks
  • City of Oberlin & Downtown Business Relationship

  • A Shop Oberlin Program

  • Downtown Events – (Family Fun Fair, Chalk Walk, Art Walk, Etc.)

  • Your Topic – Let us know what is on your mind

We will provide a continental breakfast, coffee, tea, juice.

Help us serve you by letting us know your suggestions and giving us feedback.

Please RSVP to Janet at 774-6262 or by replying to this e-mail.

If you can’t come, but want to share your comments, please send them to the OBP office – director@oberlin.org

Time: 8 a.m.

Location: Oberlin Inn

Contact Name: Janet Haar

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: director@oberlin.org

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8/15/2014

Cats on Holiday

"Swamp Pop" Roots/Rock/Zydeco.  Cats on Holiday plays its own special blend of Texas and Louisiana inspired Rock and Blues with a dash of Zydeco.  High-energy, can't sit still Mardi Gras party.  www.catsonholiday.com.

Time: 7 to 9 pm

Location: Tappan Square Clark Bandstand

Contact Name: Janet Haar

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: contact@oberlin.org

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8/16/2014

OBERLIN FARMERS MARKET

Fresh vegetables and fruit, recipes, and specialties. 

Check us out on www.oberlinfarmersmarket.com

Time: 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Location: Oberlin Public Library & City Hall Parking Lot

Contact Name: Heather Adelman

Contact Phone #: 440-775-6177

Email: hadelman@oberlinproject.org

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8/21/2014

BizBash - After Hours

Join us on August 21st from 5 to 7 p.m. on the back patio of the Oberlin Inn for our After Hours networking event - BizBash.  This month's event will feature Oberlin businesses that provide health and wellness services and options.  We will have healthy treats as well as a cash bar.  Maybe even a surprise performance!

Time: 5 - 7 p.m.

Location: Oberlin Inn Back Patio

Contact Name: Janet Haar

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: director@oberlin.org

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8/22/2014

Soul PropRioters

Come to Tappan Square for the final Summer Concert of 2014. Enjoy the home town original folk rock and blues band playing original music with funk, blues, folk, and pop rock roots.

Time: 7 to 9 pm

Location: Tappan Square Clark Bandstand

Contact Name: Janet Haar

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: contact@gmail.com

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8/23/2014

OBERLIN FARMERS MARKET

Fresh vegetables and fruit, recipes, and specialties. 

Check us out on www.oberlinfarmersmarket.com

Time: 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Location: Oberlin Public Library & City Hall Parking Lot

Contact Name: Heather Adelman

Contact Phone #: 440-775-6177

Email: hadelman@oberlinproject.org

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8/30/2014

OBERLIN FARMERS MARKET

Fresh vegetables and fruit, recipes, and specialties. 

Check us out on www.oberlinfarmersmarket.com

Time: 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Location: Oberlin Public Library & City Hall Parking Lot

Contact Name: Heather Adelman

Contact Phone #: 440-775-6177

Email: hadelman@oberlinproject.org

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8/30/2014

CITY WIDE GARAGE SALE

The annual city-wide garage sale is scheduled for Saturday, August 30th.  Please call the Oberlin News Tribune to register for the sale.  Their contact information is 42 South Main St., Oberlin, OH, 44074 • Phone: 440-775-1611 .

Time: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Location: All over Oberlin

Contact Phone #: 440-775-1611

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9/04/2014

BizBash -After Hours at the Museum

I don't think we will run into the same sort of fun that Ben Stiller had in at New York City's American Museum of Natural History, but we will certainly enjoy the company of colleagues and friends at our very own Allen Memorial Art Museum.  We will be able to explore the new Latin American art exhibition, enjoy delicious food and wine, and be entertained by Latin American music.

Time: 5 to 7 p.m.

Location: Allen Memorial Art Museum

Contact Name: Janet Haar

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: director@oberlin.org

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9/06/2014

OBERLIN FARMERS MARKET

ALPACAS HERE TODAY!

Fresh vegetables and fruit, recipes, and specialties. 

Check us out on www.oberlinfarmersmarket.com

Time: 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Location: Oberlin Public Library & City Hall Parking Lot

Contact Name: Heather Adelman

Contact Phone #: 440-775-6177

Email: hadelman@oberlinproject.org

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9/13/2014

OBERLIN FARMERS MARKET

Fresh vegetables and fruit, recipes, and specialties. 

Check us out on www.oberlinfarmersmarket.com

Time: 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Location: Oberlin Public Library & City Hall Parking Lot

Contact Name: Heather Adelman

Contact Phone #: 440-775-6177

Email: hadelman@oberlinproject.org

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9/20/2014

Doggie Doo and Pooch Parade

Doggie Doo and Pooch Parade

Oberlin to once again host a "Dog-Gone" Great Day!

September 20 - 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.

 

  • Demonstrations and entertainment.
  • Vendors will provide everything imaginable for a pampered pet.
  • The Pooch Parade begins at 3:30 p.m. on North Professor Street.
  • Canine Capers begin at noon:

 

             * 12:00 Doggie Idol (Best Singing Dog)

 

          * 12:30 Fur Family Fashion Contest (Dogs & Humans in Costume)

 

          *  1:00 Dance Your Tail Off (Best Dancing Dog)

 

          *  1:30 Best Bunch (Dog Costume Contest for 2 or more dogs)

 

          *  2:00 Oberlin's Got Talent (Best Trick)

 

          *  2:30 Coolest Canine (Dog Costume Contest for 1 Dog)

 

 

 

For mor information visit 222.oberlin.org/doggiedoo, call Oberlin Business Partnership 440-774-6262 or contact anyone listed under Contacts on the Doggie Doo website.

Time: 11 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

Location: Tappan Square

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9/20/2014

Oberlin Farmers Market

Fresh vegetables and fruit, recipes, and specialties. 

Check us out on www.oberlinfarmersmarket.com

Time: 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Location: Oberlin Public Library & City Hall Parking Lot

Contact Name: Heather Adelman

Contact Phone #: 440-775-6177

Email: hadelman@oberlinproject.org

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9/25/2014

GOOD MORNING OBERLIN

Come help the Oberlin Business Partnership plan for and orchestrate Shop Oberlin for the Holidays.  Hear plans for holiday promotions and what you can do to support making Obelrin an awesome holiday destination!

Time: 8 a.m.

Location: Dining Room at Obelrin Inn

Contact Name: Janet Haar

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: Director@oberlin.org

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9/27/2014

Community and Culture Festival

Community and Culture Festival

A celebration of diversity with food, dance, music, art, culture and more!

 

Time: 1 to 4 p.m.

Location: Tappan Square

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9/27/2014

Oberlin Farmers Market

Fresh vegetables and fruit, recipes, and specialties. 

Check us out on www.oberlinfarmersmarket.com

Time: 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Location: Oberlin Public Library & City Hall Parking Lot

Contact Name: Heather Adelman

Contact Phone #: 440-775-6177

Email: hadelman@oberlinproject.org

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9/28/2014

MUSIC AT THE MEETING HOUSE

A CONCERT SERIES CELEBRATING MUSIC IN THE OBERLIN COMMUNITY, featuring the newly rebuilt 1911 Steinway piano in the Meeting House of First Church.

Inagural concert - September 28, 2014 at 4 pm

Presented by OBERILN CONSERVATORY FACULTY

Sigrun Heinzelmann, Tim Lefebvre, James Howsmon, Alexa Still, Thomas Bandy, Peter Dominquez, and Dan Wall

 

ALL CONCERTS ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

FIRST CHURCH IN OBERLIN - 106 MAIN STREET

www.facebook.com/MusicMeetingHouse

Time: 4 p.m.

Location: First Church in Oberlin

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10/04/2014

OBERLIN FARMERS MARKET

Fresh vegetables and fruit, recipes, and specialties. 

Check us out on www.oberlinfarmersmarket.com

Time: 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Location: Oberlin Public Library & City Hall Parking Lot

Contact Name: Heather Adelman

Contact Phone #: 440-775-6177

Email: hadelman@oberlinproject.org

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10/04/2014

12th ANNUAL GREEN ENERGY TOUR

Join us on saturday, October 4th, 9 am to 4 pm for a FREE guided tour which showcases innovative uses of solar, energy efficiency, and other green energy technologies.  Greg Jones, POWER Energy Advocate is tour guide. 

To RSVP or for more information contact Sharon Pearson at spearson@oberlinproject.org or 440-775-6473.

Schedule:

9 - 10 am: Adam Joseph Lewis Center, 122 Elm Street (Influenced the green building movement.)

10 - 11 am:  Oberlin Fire Station (LEED Gold Certified Building)

10 am - 1 pm:  Thompson Home, 216 Hollywood Street (Solar, rain harvesting, hybrid vehicle.)

1:30 - 2:30 pm:  Mavrich Passive Solar Home, 625 Spruce Street

10 am - 4 pm:  Trail Magic (McDaniels home), 493 East College Street

 

Also, Sunday, October 5, 2014, 1 to 5 pm:  Weitzheimer/Johnson House by Frank Lloyd Wright - $5 admission.

Time: All Day

Location: All over Oberlin

Contact Name: Sharon Pearson

Contact Phone #: 440-775-6473

Email: spearson@oberlinproject.org

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10/10/2014

SCARECROW FEST

Scarecrow Fest     Contest - Food Drive - Benefit Auction

October 10-12, 2014  Rain or Shine

Open to individuals and families of any description! Make your own team - moms, dads, kids, grandmas and grandkids, in-laws, church sewing circles, cub scout packs, next door neighbors, office mates, you name it!

Enter - Open to All

Create a famiily friendly Scarecrow of your own design and enter our contest.  You may win a garden center gift certificate and the bragging rights for you and your scarecrow.  A three item food donation for Oberlin Community Services food pantry is your registration fee.  Registration forms and scarecrow building tips are available at East Oberlin Nursery.  Winners will be decided by popular community vote.

 

VOTE - It's a Food Drive

Whether you made a scarecrow or not, visit the garden center from 4 p.m., Friday, October 10th through 4 p.m., Suncay, October 12th.  Bring a food item for donation to the Oberlin Community Services food pantry to exchange for a ballot (one ballot per person, per visit).  Stroll through the nursery grounds to view the creations in garden settings, enjoy the music and vote for your favorites.

 

BID - Take one home

Many of the scarecrow creations will be offered for sale in a silent auction.  Bidding starts as low as $5.  Fill out a bid slip and drop it off any time throughout the Scarecrow Fest weekend.  Funds from the auction will be distributed to the local non-profit charity of the creators' choice.

 

DONATE - Scarecrows need stuff

Recycle! Reuse! Repurpose! No self respecting scarecrow would be dressed in new clothes.  Bring in your work out work clothes and funky old items to supply our scarecrow workshop. (Kids' clothing is helpful.)

 

East Oberlin Nursery - 43974 State Route 511 - Oberlin - 440-774-2151

 

Check out our photos on Facebook - Oberlin Scarecrow Fest

Location: East Oberlin Nursery

Contact Phone #: 440-775-2151

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10/11/2014

Oberlin Farmers Market

ALPACAS AT THE MARKET TODAY!

Fresh vegetables and fruit, recipes, and specialties. 

Check us out on www.oberlinfarmersmarket.com

Time: 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Location: Oberlin Public Library & City Hall Parking Lot

Contact Name: Heather Adelman

Contact Phone #: 440-775-6177

Email: hadelman@oberlinproject.org

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10/11/2014

Oberlin Kids Family Fun Event

We are excited to announce the first Oberlin Kids Family Fun Event!

It will take place on Saturday, October 11th from 2:00-5:00 at Splashzone Field House. 

All are welcome!

We will have bouncy houses, obstacle courses, games, parachute activities, and many more fun things to do. 

The High School Football team will be there to assist in activities.

 
Questions- contact jkeathley@oberlinkids.org or call 440-935-5287
 
You can sign up for Oberlin Kids at the event or at
www.OberlinKids.org

 


Time: 2-5 p.m.

Location: Splash Zone Aquatic Center, Oberlin

Contact Name: Jen Keathley

Contact Phone #: 440-935-5287

Email: jkeathley@oberlinkids.org

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10/12/2014

OBERLIN RESTAURANT WEEK: THE 21%

Help Nourish Our Families.

For almost 50 years Oberlin Community Services (OCS) has helped needy residents of Oberlin and surrounding areas with food, transportaion, utility and other kinds of assistance.  In recent years, however, the demand for basic fuood supplies has skyrocketed.  In 2013, 1,800 individuals took advantage of OCS food supplies each month; today, that number has jumped to 2,800 individuals.

A first-time event, "Oberiln Restaurant Week: The 21%" is designed to help OCS meet the ever-increasing demands for food.  Along with Oberlin College Radio Station WOBC (91.5FM), OCS has enlisted anumber of restaurants and food-service institutions in town to become partners in the fund-raising campaign to help supplement its food pantry.

The 21%.  According to the latest City of Oberoin data, close to 21% of the population of Oberlin lives below the federal poverty line.  Hence, OCS has chosen the 21% statistic as the rallying cry of Oberlin Restaurant Week.

Ww have asked each participating restaurant and food service institution to donate a minimum of 21% of the proceeds of reestaurant sales during a time frame of their choosing, on a specific day of their choosing, during Restaurant Week. (We'll post restaurant schedules soon on our Facebook pages.)

Fun-filled Festivities.  Restaurants are asked to create a special dish in honor of Restaurant Week.  We'll have a grand kick-off event on October 12, with bands and plenty of fun.  Then, for the finale on October 18, we invite all residents to a community picnic at OCS with music, dance and other festivities.

WOBC Radio.  Tune in to WOBC Radio in the weeks leading up to Restaurant Week.  You will learn more about the dire need for food supplies in Oberlin, hear from noted cookbook authors and get tasty tips on new recipes to try.

Be sure to look for a poster on store windows that identifies each participating restaurant!

Location: Oberlin Restaurants

Contact Name: Cynthia Andrews or Margaret Swendseid

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6579 or 440-774-8246

Email: chandrews@oberlin.net; mswend@frontier.com

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10/14/2014

Oberlin community Candidates Night

Oberlin Community Candidates Night on Tuesday, October 14

 

The date for Oberlin Community Candidates Night is set for Tuesday, October 14 at First Church Oberlin UCC, on the corner of Main and Lorain Streets. Refreshments and social time with some of the candidates and issue representatives begins at 6:30 p.m. and the program starts at 7:00 p.m. There may also be an opportunity to talk to some of the candidates informally afterwards.

Oberlin resident and retired Professor of Classics James Helm will moderate the event. Candidates for the offices of the Court of Common Pleas, County Commissioners, State Senate, State Board of Education, and the Fourth Congressional District will make their respective cases for why they should be elected.  Each candidate will answer two questions posed by the OCCN committee and then respond to questions from the audience. 

In addition, several issues on the ballot will be presented.  Eric Norenberg, Oberlin’s city manager, will be on hand to discuss the issues that will make changes to the Oberlin City Charter. 

Oberlin Cable Co-op will film the event and show it on their community channel. Check their schedule for broadcast hours.

The event is officially sponsored by the following local organizations: ACLU members in North Central Ohio, First Church in Oberlin - Outreach and Service Committee, Kendal at Oberlin, IndependentVoteing.org, League of Women Voters of the Oberlin Area, Oberlin Business Partnership, Oberlin College Office of Community and Government Relations, Oberlin Community Services, Oberlin NAACP, Oberlin Friends Meeting, Oberlin Unitarian Universalist Fellowship – Social Justice Team.

The following groups are also supporting the event: Oberlin Area Cooperating Ministries, Oberlin Black Alliance for Progress, Community Peace Builders.

 

 

Mary Kirtz Van Nortwick, Chair,

2014 Oberlin Community Candidates Night Committee

Time: 6:30

Location: First Church in Oberlin

Contact Name: Mary Kirtz Van Nortwick

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10/18/2014

Oberlin Farmers Market

Fresh vegetables and fruit, recipes, and specialties. 

Check us out on www.oberlinfarmersmarket.com

Time: 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Location: Oberlin Public Library & City Hall Parking Lot

Contact Name: Heather Adelman

Contact Phone #: 440-775-6177

Email: hadelman@oberlinproject.org

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10/25/2014

Oberlin Farmers Market

LAST MARKET FOR THE SEASON!  OPEN AGAIN IN MAY 2015.

Check out the Winter Market at Eastwood Elementary School on East College Stree.

 

Fresh vegetables and fruit, recipes, and specialties. 

Check us out on www.oberlinfarmersmarket.com

Time: 9 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Location: Oberlin Public Library & City Hall Parking Lot

Contact Name: Heather Adelman

Contact Phone #: 440-775-6177

Email: hadelman@oberlinproject.org

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10/30/2014

Downtown Trick-or-Treat

Downtown Trick-or-Treat is a special time for the little ones to walk around downtown with mom and dad and visit local stores to receive special "Treats"--no Tricks allowed!

 

Oberlin Bookstore will have "Scary Stories" -- not too scary though, for little ones from 4:00 to 4:30 on the 30th.

Time: 4:30 - 5:30 p.m.

Location: All over downtown Oberlin

Contact Name: Janet Haar

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: contact@oberlin.org

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10/31/2014

ART MUSEUM DAY

Consider visiting Oberlin on Tuesday, Oct. 28-- Allen Art Museum exhibit: Latin American and Latino Art.  Lunch in town at one of many restaurants.  Enjoy weaving demonstration at FAVA and the Quilt display at the Oberlin College Science Center.

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10/31/2014

MUSIC AT THE MEETING HOUSE

A concert series celebrating music in the Oberlin community - featuring the newly rebuilt 1911 Steinway piano in the Meeting House of First Church.

October 31, 2014 at 8 pm

ALL CONCERTS ARE FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC

James Tinsley, trumpet and Katie Cross, piano.

 

the First Church in Oberlin, UCC

106 North Main Street

www.facebook.com/MusicMeetingHouse

Time: 8 P.M.

Location: First Church in Oberlin

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11/11/2014

VETERANS APPRECIATION DAY

Veterans Appreciation Day is sponsored by Oberlin College and The City of Oberlin

Tuesday, November 11, 9 a.m at the New Russia Township Lodge, 46300 Butternut Ridge Road, Oberlin, OH 44074

Lorain High School ROTC, Oberlin High School Orchestra, Speaker - Veteran Sam Felton.

Time: 9 a.m.

Location: New Russia Township Lodge, 46300 Butternut Ridge Road, Oberlin, OH 4074

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11/12/2014

GOOD MORNING OBERLIN

Please join us at the Obelrin Inn on Wednesday, November 12 at 8 a.m. to meet the new owner of Oberlin IGA, Leo Braido, and hear his plans for his store in Oberlin.  We will also learn about Wendy and Leo Boes, the owners of the Blue Rooster Bakehouse opening on South Main Street on November 15th.

We will update everyone on the Holiday Promotions and events including Shop Small Saturday on November 29th.  And we will be handing out supplies for Shop Small Saturday and holiday promotions.

 

Complimentary coffee, tea and pastries.

Time: 8 a.m.

Location: Oberlin Inn

Contact Name: Janet Haar

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: director@gmail.com

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11/17/2014

STATE OF THE COLLEGE LUNCHEON - Make Your Reservations Early for FREE Admission

The third in the "State Of" luncheons will feature Oberlin College.  Oberlin College and Oberlin Business Partnership are collaborating to bring you an event filled with interesting information about Oberlin College and the many ways the college contributes to the community. 

You will hear from Marvin Krislov, President; Beth Blissman from the Bonner Center for Service and Learning; Richard Berman from Career Services; Tony Richardson from Admissions; Ty Diringer from the Creativity and Leadership program, LaunchU; and Christopher Noble will bring us up-to-date on the Gateway project.

The luncheon will be in the brand new Austin E. Knowles Athletic Center.  You can even take a tour of the facility after the luncheon.

The lunch is being provided by Oberlin College with no cost to attendees. 

Kindly RSVP by October 27, 2014

comgovr@oberlin.edu

 

Time: 11:30 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.

Location: Austin E. Knowles Center

Contact Name: Janet Haar

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: Director@oberlin.org

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11/22/2014

FESTIVAL OF TREES - Kick Off the Holiday Season in Style!

Buy Tickets

PICTURE THIS...

  • The Oberlin Inn dining rooms have been turned into a winter wonderland.
  • The room is filled with beautifully decorated trees, wreaths, gift baskets, tree ornaments painted by Oberlin High School art students, and other unique and distinctive gifts.
  • People are filling their plates with delicious Hors D'oeuveres.
  • There is an elegant chocolate fountain with many accompaniments.
  • In the center of the room is the famous $1,000 CASH TREE! (Raffle ticktes 5 for $20 or $5 eash.)
  • The Geeze Cats are performing and people are dancing to their favorite songs.
  • People are bidding on their favorite trees, wreaths and gifts...and keeping an eye out for anyone who tries to out-bid them.
  • Before you know it, the evening is over and people are leaving with the items they won in the auction -- someone is leaving $1,000 richer!

 

What a great way to spend an evening and kick off the holiday season!  Please join us.

You can purchase event tickets online or in the OBP office at 23 East College Street, Oberlin. 

You can purchase $1,000 raffle tickets from the OBP office, at The Tuck Shop, at Oberlin Cable Co-op, or from any OBP Board of Trustees member.  Call Janet in the OBP Office at 440-774-6262 for more information.  You DO NOT need to be present to win.

Time: 7 to 10:30 pm

Location: Oberlin Inn

Tickets Available:

 

Table of 8 for Event - $300

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Ticket for Couples - $75

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Individual Event Ticket - $40

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Five $1,000 Raffle Tickets - $20

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$1,000 Raffle Ticket - $5

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Contact Name: Janet Haar

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: Director@oberlin.org

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11/29/2014

SHOP SMALL SATURDAY & SHOPPING PASSPORT CONTEST

Don't spend your time fighting the crowds for the same old stuff on Black Friday....instead, come to Oberlin on Shop Small Saturday - November 30th - to find those distinctive gifts for loved ones and 'hard to please' others.

Shop Small is all over Oberlin - merchants will be offering holiday promotions and many will have 'open houses' with treats for shoppers.

Shop Small Passport Contest:  Get your "Shop Small Passport" in any shop, purchase something from three shops and have them initial your passport, turn your passport in at 5 convenient locations in downtown.  On Monday, December 1st, 3 winners will be randomly chosen to receive $25 Oberlin Gift Certificates.

 

See more information on www.Facebook.com/oberlinbusinesspartnership and pick up a flier listing holiday shopping activities from Oberlin businesses.

Time: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Location: All over Oberlin

Contact Name: Janet Haar

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: director@gmail.com

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12/02/2014

ALTERNATIVE GIFT FAIR

DECEMBER 1 - 5, 10:30 AM - 1:30 PM

Woodland Street & SR 511 (The Commons)

The Alternative Gift Fair offers a selection of handcrafted jewelry, textiles, bags, winter apparel, quilts, ipad cases, wallets, as well as fair-trade coffee, chocolate, pecans, and much more!

Sponsored by The bonner Center for Service and Learning and The Office of the President of Oberlin College.

Time: 10:30 am - 1:30 pm

Location: Oberlin College Science Center in the Bent Corridor (The Commons)

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12/04/2014

SHOPPING PASSSPORT CONTEST - "OPEN LATE 'TIL 8"

Oberlin Shopping Small Passport Days - December 4, 11, 18, 2014

SHOP OBERLIN FOR THE HOLIDAYS - Use your Shopping Passport (available in most Oberlin shops) on our three "Open 'til Eight" shopping days -- Thursdays December 4, 11, and 18.  Purchase something in three stores and/or restaurants; the merchant will initial your passport; turn your passport in at 5 convenient locations listed on the passport. 

Many merchants will be having "Open Houses" with special treats for customers.  Music will fill the air and child care for ages 5 through 10 will be provided at the Oberlin Public Library Community Room from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Each Thursday a winner will be randomly chosen from the passport entries.  On Friday the winner will be announced on our Facebook page and will receive a $25 Oberlin Gift Certificate - good at most Oberlin Businesses.

Time: 5 p.m. - 8 p.m.

Location: All Over Downtown Oberlin

Contact Name: Janet Haar

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: director@gmail.com

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12/05/2014

MERCY ALLEN AUXILIARY HOLIDAY CRAFT SHOW

MERCY ALLEN AUXILIARY PRESENTS THEIR

HOLIDAY CRAFT SHOW

FRIDAY DECEMBER 5, 2014 FROM 8 A.M. TO 3 P.M.

FREE ADMISSION

VARIETY OF CRAFTERS

DOOR PRIZES

POINSETTIA SALE

CHINESE RAFFLE

50/50 RAFFLE


Time: 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Location: 200 West Lorain Street - Mercy Allen Hospital

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12/06/2014

Kids Have Fun while Parents Finish Holiday Prep

Kids Have Fun with OHC while Parents Finish Holiday Prep

 

The Oberlin Heritage Center will host two “Kids Winter Fun Days” on Saturdays, December 6 and 13 for boys and girls ages 5-12, with supervised fun and games at the Oberlin Depot (240 South Main Street), allowing parents to gain a few extra hours to finish holiday shopping, wrapping or baking.  Children will make crafts, play games, and enjoy music and cartoons of the season, all under the supervision of an adult educator and assistants.  Parents can drop off children at the Depot anytime between the hours of 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. – stay for a couple hours or stay the full day!  Children who plan to attend all day should bring a bag lunch.  The fee for OHC members is $4/hour/child; $3/hour/child for multiple siblings; add $1 per hour/child for non-members.  Payment will be due at the time of pick-up.   Reservations are required.  To register, e-mail ohcbiz@oberlinheritage.org or call the Heritage Center at (440) 774-1700 with (1) the name/age of child(ren), (2) approximate time of drop off/pick-up, and (3) your phone number. 

Time: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Location: Oberlin Depot, 240 South Main Street

Contact Name: Liz Schultz

Contact Phone #: 440-774-1700

Email: tourinfo@oberlinheritage.org

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12/06/2014

Christmas Open House - Locke's Go Green

Locke's Go Green Garden Center is having a "Christmas Open House" on Saturday, December 6th, from 9 am to 5 pm.

Bring in any donation for Oberlin Community Services on the 6th and receive 10% off your purchases for that day.

Complimentary refreshments will be provided.

Time: 9 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Location: Locke's Go Green Garden Center

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12/06/2014

ALTERNATIVE GIFT FAIR

Saturday, December 6, 2014

10:30 am - 1:30 pm   Eastwood School

The Alternative Gift Fair offers a selection of handcrafted jewelry, textiles, bags, winter apparel, quilts, ipad cases, wallets, as well as fair-trade coffee, chocolate, pecans, and much more!

Sponsored by The Bonner Center for Service and Learning and The Office of the President of Oberlin College.


Time: 10:30 am - 1:30 pm

Location: Eastwood Elementary

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12/06/2014

ADEVA HOLIDAY PARTY

Adeva Salon and Spa is having their 9th Annual Holiday Party (open house) at Adeva on Saturday December 6th from 12-5.

 

Fine Food & Drink

 

Featuring hors d'oeurves by Sharp Martha's, plus craft cocktails, wine, and more.
Product Discounts
- 20% off Aveda products and gift sets
- 10% bonus on gift card purchases
- Double points for Aveda Pure Privilege members
- Aveda product experiences by Adeva staff
Pre-Order & Pre-Book
*Pre-order & pre-book starting Nov. 17th

- 20% off pre-order products
- 20% off pre-booked spa appointments for January & February

For Pre-Orders and Pre-Booking: Call 440-775-4247 or Email adeva@adevasalonandspa.com

Time: 12 Noon - 5 p.m.

Location: Adeva Salon and Spa

Contact Phone #: 440-775-4247

Email: adeva@adevasalonandspa.com

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12/06/2014

Equal Echange Fair Trade-Organic Product Demo

Oberlin IGA to host Equal Echange Fair Trade-Organic Product Demonstration. Saturday, December 6 from 10 am till 2 pm!! Sample Product and Visit with Rachel from Equal Exchange!! 

Time: 10 am - 2 pm

Location: Oberlin IGA

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12/07/2014

HOLIDAY GIFT BAZAAR

Oberlin Community Music School is having a HOLIDAY GIFT BAZAAR on Sunday, December 7th from 1 to 4 p.m. at 315 East College Street in Oberlin.

ALL PROCEEDS WILL HELP SUPPORT COMMUNITY MUSIC SCHOOL STUDENTS IN THEIR STUDIES.

Grab-and-Go gifts (food items, handmade items)

Silent Auction (lessons, paintings, clothing)

Tours of the Historic Burrell-King House

Live Music! 

Free Hot Chocolate & Cookies

The Community Music School of the oberlin Conservatory of Music is dedicated to providing students with an exceptional and artistic experience while fostering a lifelong appreciation of a commitment to excellence in music.

To learn more, visit www.oberlin.edu/commusic

Time: 1 to 4 p.m.

Location: 315 East College Street

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12/07/2014

URBAN LEAGUE HOLIDAY GOSPEL BRUNCH

The Lorain County Urban League Guild will host its annual Holiday Gospel Brunch from 12:30 to 3:30 p.m. on Sunday, December 7th at the Oerlin Inn, 7 North Main Street.

Tickets for adults are $30 and children 12 and younger are $15.  The menu includes champagne chicken, beef tips with rice, pasta with marinara sauce, [ork pottoes, home style green beans with onions and bacon, breakfast iems, desserts and beverages.

Entertainment will be provided by a local gospel artist.  Vendors will be set up for Christmas shopping.

All proceeds benefit the youth programs of the Lorain County Urban League.

For tickets or more informatin, call Thelma Lake at 440-774-1824 or Doris Miller at 440-774-1136.

Time: 12:30 - 3:30 P.M.

Location: Oberlin Inn

Contact Name: Thelma Lake or Doris Miller

Contact Phone #: 440-774-1824 or 440-774-1136

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12/09/2014

RED, WHITE & BLUE HAPPY HOUR

The League of Women Voters of the Oberlin Area present RED, WHITE & BLUE HAPPY HOUR

December 9 from 5 to 7 p.m. upstairs at THE FEVE

SOCIALIZE, JOIN, LEARN

Students Welcome

Time: 5 - 7 p.m.

Location: The Feve - Upstairs

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12/10/2014

MUSIC AT THE MEETING HOUSE

MUSIC AT THE MEETING HOUSE CONCERT SERIES

 

Wednesday, December 10, 2014 at 4:45 p.m.

First Church, Oberlin, U.C.C., 106 N. Main St.

 

Chamber Music: voice with strings, French horn, piano 

FREE OF CHARGE.

Time: 4:45 PM

Location: First Church in Oberlin

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12/11/2014

SHOPPING PASSSPORT CONTEST - "OPEN LATE 'TIL 8"

Oberlin Shopping Small Passport Days - December 4, 11, 18, 2014

SHOP OBERLIN FOR THE HOLIDAYS - Use your Shopping Passport (available in most Oberlin shops) on our three "Open 'til Eight" shopping days -- Thursdays December 4, 11, and 18.  Purchase something in three stores and/or restaurants; the merchant will initial your passport; turn your passport in at 5 convenient locations listed on the passport. 

Many merchants will be having "Open Houses" with special treats for customers.  Music will fill the air and child care for ages 5 through 10 will be provided at the Oberlin Public Library Community Room from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Each Thursday a winner will be randomly chosen from the passport entries.  On Friday the winner will be announced on our Facebook page and will receive a $25 Oberlin Gift Certificate - good at most Oberlin Businesses.

Time: 5 p.m. - 8 p.m.

Location: All Over Downtown Oberlin

Contact Name: Janet Haar

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: director@gmail.com

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12/11/2014

Ladies Night - The Tuck Shop

LADIES NIGHT at The Tuck Shop

Thurs. Dec. 11th , 5-9 p.m.

Shop late for all those last minute gifts and treats for the holidays. (peanut/cashew brittle, gourmet popcorn, fudge, salt water taffy, and gourmet chocolate and jelly beans).  Nut and poppyseed rolls.  These are just a sampling of the yummies at The Tuck Shop....and, oh yes, JUST WAIT UNTIL YOU SEE ALL THE GIFT POSSIBILITIES, TOO!

FREE GIFT FOR EVERY LADY!

Time: 5 - 9 PM

Location: THE TUCK SHOP

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12/13/2014

THE CHRISTMAS DOLL

The MAD* Factory Players Proudly Present "THE CHRISTMAS DOLL"

Book, Music and Lyrics by Joan Cushing.  Adapted from the book by Elvira Woodruff and Produced by special arrangement with THE DRAMATIC PUBLISHING COMPANY of Woodstock, Illinois.

Set in 1840's London, Lucy and Glory Wolcott live at Grimstone Union Public Workhouse at the mercy of the cruel Matron Wick and Mistress Branch.  Lucy invents stories about a famiily she barely remembers and a long lost doll named Morning Glory to humor her sister.  When a deadly fever sweeps through the workhouse, the two sisters escape to the mean streets of London, where they encounter many colorful characters.  Now they must learn to survive on their own.  Finding an old discarded doll by the river that Glory believes is her long, lost doll, and teaming up with the beggar boy, Nick Button, Morning Glory leads the three on a journey that will change their lives forever, for Morning glory is no ordinary doll.

Bring the entire family to witness this heartwarming story.  Performances will be December 13 at 7 pm and December 14 at 2 pm at The First Church in Oberlin.

Tickets will be $10 for adults and $5 for children under 12 at the door.

Questions??  Call us at 440-774-7062

Time: 7 p.m.

Location: The First Church in Oberlin

Contact Phone #: 440-774-7062

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12/13/2014

Kids Have Fun while Parents Finish Holiday Prep

Kids Have Fun with OHC while Parents Finish Holiday Prep

 

The Oberlin Heritage Center will host two “Kids Winter Fun Days” on Saturdays, December 6 and 13 for boys and girls ages 5-12, with supervised fun and games at the Oberlin Depot (240 South Main Street), allowing parents to gain a few extra hours to finish holiday shopping, wrapping or baking.  Children will make crafts, play games, and enjoy music and cartoons of the season, all under the supervision of an adult educator and assistants.  Parents can drop off children at the Depot anytime between the hours of 10 a.m. and 3 p.m. – stay for a couple hours or stay the full day!  Children who plan to attend all day should bring a bag lunch.  The fee for OHC members is $4/hour/child; $3/hour/child for multiple siblings; add $1 per hour/child for non-members.  Payment will be due at the time of pick-up.   Reservations are required.  To register, e-mail ohcbiz@oberlinheritage.org or call the Heritage Center at (440) 774-1700 with (1) the name/age of child(ren), (2) approximate time of drop off/pick-up, and (3) your phone number. 

Time: 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Location: Oberlin Depot, 240 South Main Street

Contact Name: Liz Schultz

Contact Phone #: 440-774-1700

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12/14/2014

THE CHRISTMAS DOLL

The MAD* Factory Players Proudly Present "THE CHRISTMAS DOLL"

Book, Music and Lyrics by Joan Cushing.  Adapted from the book by Elvira Woodruff and Produced by special arrangement with THE DRAMATIC PUBLISHING COMPANY of Woodstock, Illinois.

Set in 1840's London, Lucy and Glory Wolcott live at Grimstone Union Public Workhouse at the mercy of the cruel Matron Wick and Mistress Branch.  Lucy invents stories about a famiily she barely remembers and a long lost doll named Morning Glory to humor her sister.  When a deadly fever sweeps through the workhouse, the two sisters escape to the mean streets of London, where they encounter many colorful characters.  Now they must learn to survive on their own.  Finding an old discarded doll by the river that Glory believes is her long, lost doll, and teaming up with the beggar boy, Nick Button, Morning Glory leads the three on a journey that will change their lives forever, for Morning glory is no ordinary doll.

Bring the entire family to witness this heartwarming story.  Performances will be December 13 at 7 pm and December 14 at 2 pm at The First Church in Oberlin.

Tickets will be $10 for adults and $5 for children under 12 at the door.

Questions??  Call us at 440-774-7062

Time: 2 p.m.

Location: The First Church in Oberlin

Contact Phone #: 440-774-7062

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12/15/2014

Handel's Messiah Sing-a-long

If you are looking for something to put you into the holiday spirit, look no further.  This holiday tradition will have you on your feet, singing along with some of the most moving Christmas music ever composed.

"The audience serves as the choir," said Bethany Pereboom, assistant to the artistic director at Credo Chamber Music of Oberlin College.

Scores are available for rent for $5 on the night of the show. They go quickly.  

Money raised from the event will go to FAmily Promise of Lorain County, a rotating homeless shelter for families.  The moey raised by the sing-a-long helps to provide clothing for the children, purchase food from Second Harvest, and offer life skills training.

Time: 7:00 p.m.

Location: Finney Chapel - 90 North Professor Street

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12/16/2014

EMPTY BOWLS Holiday Brass & Organ Spectacular

Empty Bowls Holiday Brass & Organ Spectacular

Tuesday, December 16, 7 p.m.

First Church in Oberlin

106 North Main Street

 

FREE ADMISSION, BOWLS $10

PROCEEDS TO BENEFIT THE OBERLIN COMMUNITY SERVICES

Time: 7 p.m.

Location: First Church in Oberlin

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12/18/2014

SHOPPING PASSSPORT CONTEST - "OPEN LATE 'TIL 8"

Oberlin Shopping Small Passport Days - December 4, 11, 18, 2014

SHOP OBERLIN FOR THE HOLIDAYS - Use your Shopping Passport (available in most Oberlin shops) on our three "Open 'til Eight" shopping days -- Thursdays December 4, 11, and 18.  Purchase something in three stores and/or restaurants; the merchant will initial your passport; turn your passport in at 5 convenient locations listed on the passport. 

Many merchants will be having "Open Houses" with special treats for customers.  Music will fill the air and child care for ages 5 through 10 will be provided at the Oberlin Public Library Community Room from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m.

Each Thursday a winner will be randomly chosen from the passport entries.  On Friday the winner will be announced on our Facebook page and will receive a $25 Oberlin Gift Certificate - good at most Oberlin Businesses.

Time: 5 p.m. - 8 p.m.

Location: All Over Downtown Oberlin

Contact Name: Janet Haar

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: director@gmail.com

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1/08/2015

Affordable Care Act and YOUR Taxes

Is your refund impacted by the Affordable Care Act?

FIND OUT.

JANUARY 8TH

9AM – 9PM

Come into H&R Block and ask any

ACA questions. Our ACA Specialists

will walk you through how your

taxes may be impacted – for FREE.

NO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY.

NO CHARGE.

NO REASON TO WAIT.

440-774-8877

5 S. Main St #204, Oberlin, OH 44074

First Merit Building, Second Floor

Time: 9 am - 9 pm

Location: 5 S. Main St. #204

Contact Phone #: 440-774-8877

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1/12/2015

Affordable Care Act Informational Seminar

Please join us for an Informational Seminar on the Affordable Care Act and the Small Business Health Options Program (SHOP) in Cleveland, Ohio

The Affordable Care Act (ACA) helps small businesses by lowering premium cost growth and increasing access to quality, affordable health care.  This seminar is designed to help small business owners better understand the health care law.  Participants will learn the process of navigating the Small Business Health Options Program (SHOP), which offers small businesses with 49 or less employees a way to offer health insurance to their workforce and obtain a subsidy if they meet certain conditions. Small business owners will have the opportunity to hear from SBA officials and can ask questions about the implementation of the new health care law and SHOP. 

This program is co-hosted with the offices of Senator Sherrod Brown, Congresswoman Marcia Fudge and Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur.  SBA Regional Administrator Marianne Markowitz will also speak at the event.

WHEN -- Monday, January 12, 2015.  Registration begins at 10:00 am: The seminar will run from 10:30 am until noon. WHERE -- 1350 Euclid Avenue, Lower Level Amphitheatre, Cleveland, Ohio 44115

The link for the registration is http://events.sba.gov/eventmanagement/EventRegistration.aspx?id=d9b6e24b-9945-e411-a751-02bfa56e2a24

Time: 10:30 - Noon

Location: 1350 Euclid Avenue, Lower Level Amphitheatre, Cleveland, OH 44115

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1/28/2015

Who Hauled Hall on Top of Hall?

Speaker Norman C. Craig, Oberlin College Professor Emeritus of Chemistry.  This program follows some of the 'wanderings' of the College's lightweight aluminum statue of Charles M. Hall, discoverer of the modern aluminum extraction process and Perkin Model winner.  Hall transformed the metals industry, enabled long-distance transmission of electricity, and made way for revolutionary modes of transportation.  Also covered is how, through his wealth, he propelled Oberlin College into the 20th century.

Time: 7:15 pm

Location: Kendal at Oberlin,Heiser Auditorium

Contact Name: Oberlin Heritage Center

Contact Phone #: 774-1700

Email: members@oberlinheritage.org

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2/02/2015

Ober Heritage Center Community Award Nominations

Deadline February 2, 2015 - Nominate individual, organization or business.  Categories include Community Historian, Heritage Guardian, Heritage Center Volunteer of the Year, Community Teacher of the Year, History Teacher of the Year, Keep Oberlin Beautiful Award, Business Leader Service Award, and Your Community Service Award.  Presentations at the annual meeting on Wednesday, April 1.  Nomination forms in our office and on our website.

Contact Name: Oberlin Heritage Center

Contact Phone #: 774-1700

Email: members@oberlinheritage.org

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2/05/2015

Genealogy Drop-In Help

Volunteers from the Oberlin African-American Genealogy and History Group will assist you with starting your family history research, breaching your brick walls, or with using the genealogy and local history resources at the library.  Just drop in with your questions and papers. (You may bring your laptop, if you have one.)

 

Questions?  E-mail: oberlinaagenealogy@afrigeneas.com

Time: 6:30 - 8 p.m.

Location: Oberlin Public Library

Email: oberlinaagenealogy@afrigeneas.com

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2/05/2015

On the Home Front - Civil War family letters, songs and images.

An eye-witness view from the Civil War home front presented by folksinger/author (and Oberlin Heritage Center board member) Judy Cook, accompanied by her husband, Dennis Cook.  The program is woven from the letters of Judy's great-great-grandparents, Gilbert and Esther Claflin who write of their Winconsin farm, their mothers, her brothers in the army and their wives.

Time: 7:15 pm

Location: Kendal at Oberlin, Heiser Auditorium

Contact Name: Oberlin Heritage Center

Contact Phone #: 774-1700

Email: members@oberlinheritage.org

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2/09/2015

Genealogy Drop-In Help

Volunteers from the Oberlin African-American Genealogy and History Group will assist you with starting your family history research, breaching your brick walls, or with using the genealogy and local history resources at the library.  Just drop in with your questions and papers. (You may bring your laptop, if you have one.)

 

Questions?  E-mail: oberlinaagenealogy@afrigeneas.com

Time: 6:30 - 9 pm

Location: Oberlin College Archives, 420 Mudd Center (4th Floor)

Email: oberlinaagenealogy@afrigeneas.com

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2/11/2015

GRAND OPENING EVENT

COME DOWNTOWN TO HELP FRONTIER COMMUNICATIONS CELEBRATE THEIR NEW RETAIL LOCATION.

56 S. Main Street, Oberlin, OH 44074

Wednesday, February 11, 2015  10 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Ribbon cutting at noon

FREE Refreshments

Enter to win an iPad mini!

 

Details - call the store  440-774-4772

Time: 10 am - 6 pm

Location: 56 South Main Street

Contact Phone #: 440-774-4772

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2/12/2015

Genealogy Drop-In Help

Volunteers from the Oberlin African-American Genealogy and History Group will assist you with starting your family history research, breaching your brick walls, or with using the genealogy and local history resources at the library.  Just drop in with your questions and papers. (You may bring your laptop, if you have one.)

 

Questions?  E-mail: oberlinaagenealogy@afrigeneas.com

Time: 6:30 - 8 p.m.

Location: Oberlin Public Library

Email: oberlinaagenealogy@afrigeneas.com

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2/16/2015

Genealogy Drop-In Help

Volunteers from the Oberlin African-American Genealogy and History Group will assist you with starting your family history research, breaching your brick walls, or with using the genealogy and local history resources at the library.  Just drop in with your questions and papers. (You may bring your laptop, if you have one.)

 

Questions?  E-mail: oberlinaagenealogy@afrigeneas.com

Time: 6:30 - 9 pm

Location: Oberlin College Archives, 420 Mudd Center (4th Floor)

Email: oberlinaagenealogy@afrigeneas.com

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2/17/2015

Rules of Engagement: Civil War Courtship Letters and the 'Homefront Imaginary'

An examination of the emotional support and relationships developed through correspondence during the Civil War.  Presented by Oberlin College Professor of History Carol Lasser using correspondence between Oberlinians Giles Waldo Shurtleff and Mary E. Burton, and between Elliott Grabill and Anna Jenney.  Co-sponsored by the Oberlin College Archives and the Oberlin College Department of History.

Time: 4:30 p.m.

Location: Muffett Auditorium in Oberlin College's Mudd Library

Contact Name: Oberlin Heritage Center

Contact Phone #: 774-1700

Email: members@oberlinheritage.org

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2/17/2015

Hatch Meets

Hatch, the entrepreneurial connectivity group, meets the 3rd Tuesday of every month. This month's topics: mentorship and accessing capital.

Time: 5-7 p.m.

Location: Slow Train Cafe; 55 E. College St., Oberlin

Contact Name: Cullen Naumoff

Contact Phone #: 440-775-6219 or 330-465-1046

Email: cnaumoff@oberlinproject.org

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2/19/2015

Genealogy Drop-In Help

Volunteers from the Oberlin African-American Genealogy and History Group will assist you with starting your family history research, breaching your brick walls, or with using the genealogy and local history resources at the library.  Just drop in with your questions and papers. (You may bring your laptop, if you have one.)

 

Questions?  E-mail: oberlinaagenealogy@afrigeneas.com

Time: 6:30 - 8 p.m.

Location: Oberlin Public Library

Email: oberlinaagenealogy@afrigeneas.com

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2/19/2015

GOOD MORNING OBERLIN

NETWORK WITH FELLOW BUSINESS OWNERS

GET UPDATES ON PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS

SHARE COMMUNITY IDEAS

RSVP  director@oberlin.org by February 16th

Time: 8 a.m.

Location: Oberlin Inn

Contact Name: Janet Haar

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: director@gmail.com

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2/23/2015

Genealogy Drop-In Help

Volunteers from the Oberlin African-American Genealogy and History Group will assist you with starting your family history research, breaching your brick walls, or with using the genealogy and local history resources at the library.  Just drop in with your questions and papers. (You may bring your laptop, if you have one.)

 

Questions?  E-mail: oberlinaagenealogy@afrigeneas.com

Time: 6:30 - 9 pm

Location: Oberlin College Archives, 420 Mudd Center (4th Floor)

Email: oberlinaagenealogy@afrigeneas.com

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2/26/2015

Genealogy Drop-In Help

Volunteers from the Oberlin African-American Genealogy and History Group will assist you with starting your family history research, breaching your brick walls, or with using the genealogy and local history resources at the library.  Just drop in with your questions and papers. (You may bring your laptop, if you have one.)

 

Questions?  E-mail: oberlinaagenealogy@afrigeneas.com

Time: 6:30 - 8 p.m.

Location: Oberlin Public Library

Email: oberlinaagenealogy@afrigeneas.com

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2/28/2015

Docent Training for Upstairs/Downstairs Tour

Introductory workshop instructs volunteers on how to present an engaging 75-minute tour through the Heritage Center's three historic buildings.  Docents are asked to lead or assist with at least four tours per year.  Training is free.  Register via E-mail by February 25.

Time: 2p.m. to 5 p.m.

Location: Monroe House; 731/2 S. Professor St.

Contact Name: Liz Schultz

Contact Phone #: 774-1700

Email: tourinfo@oberlinheritage.org

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3/01/2015

ALL-YOU-CAN EAT PANCAKE BREAKFAST

Oberlin Rotary Club Presents

all-You-CAn-Eat Pancake Breakfast

Sunday, March 1, 2015

8 am - 1 pm

$6 per person, Kids 5 & under FREE

Oberlin High School Cafeteria

281 North Pleasant Street

Oberlin, OH 44074

Proceeds to benefit Rotary International Projects.


Time: 8 am - 1 pm

Location: Oberlin High School

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3/01/2015

Be-YOU-tiful Bridal Show of Lorain County

Every bride, no matter what her budget, deserves to have her wedding be the "best day ever". Wedding vendors, bridal salons, wedding planners - this event will have it all in one place to make your life easier, so you can get ready for the big day.

Time: 12:30-4 p.m.

Location: The Lodge Hall Complex, 46300 Butternut Ridge Rd., Oberlin

Email: sharon@asyouwishtravelagency.com

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3/03/2015

Oberlin Heritage Center S.W.O.T. Sessions

Oberlin Heritage Center Board and staff take the initial step in developing a new five-year (2016-2020) Strategic Plan for the organization.  Heritage Center members and the public are welcome and encouraged to attend one of several sessions to discuss the organization's Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats.  Event facilitated by J.D. Britton, retired director of the Local History Office at the Ohio History Connection and highly-regarded consultant in the field of long-range planning.  Register by Wednesday, February 25 via phone or E-mail.  Plan to arrive 15 minutes ahead of your scheduled session.

Time: 9 a.m. to 12 noon or 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Location: Kendal at Oberlin’s Heiser Auditorium (600 Kendal Drive)

Contact Name: Oberlin Heritage Center

Contact Phone #: 774-1700

Email: members@oberlinheritage.org

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3/07/2015

Oberlin Heritage Center S.W.O.T. Sessions

Oberlin Heritage Center Board and staff take the initial step in developing a new five-year (2016-2020) Strategic Plan for the organization.  Heritage Center members and the public are welcome and encouraged to attend one of several sessions to discuss the organization's Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats.  Event facilitated by J.D. Britton, retired director of the Local History Office at the Ohio History Connection and highly-regarded consultant in the field of long-range planning.  Register by Wednesday, February 25 via phone or E-mail.  Plan to arrive 15 minutes ahead of your scheduled session.

Time: 9 a.m. to 12 noon or 1 p.m. to 4 p.m.

Location: Oberlin Depot 240 S. Main St.

Contact Name: Oberlin Heritage Center

Contact Phone #: 774-1700

Email: members@oberlinheritage.org

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3/07/2015

Women's History Month

In celebration of Women's History Month, the Oberlin African-American Genealogy & History Group sponsors a special program "Sarah Louise Howard: Prominent Woman of Color in 19th Century Elyria Society" presented by Jeanine Donaldson, Executive Director of the Elyria YWCA. The event is free and open to the public; light refreshments will be served.

Time: 11 a.m.

Location: Oberlin Public Library, 65 S. Main St., Oberlin

Email: oberlinaagenealogy@afrigneas.net

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3/14/2015

Docent Training for Freedom's Friends History Walk

Learn to present Oberlin's role in the history of abolition and the Underground Railroad in a 75-minute walking tour.  Training is free; register by March 9.

Time: 1-4 p.m.

Location: Monroe House; 731/2 S. Professor St.

Contact Phone #: 774-1700

Email: tourinfo@oberlinheritage.org

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3/17/2015

Hatch Meets

Hatch, the entrepreneurial connectivity group, meets the 3rd Tuesday of every month.

Time: 5-7 p.m.

Location: Slow Train Cafe, 55 E. College St., Oberlin

Contact Name: Colleen Naumoff

Contact Phone #: 440-775-6219

Email: cnaumoff@oberlinproject.org

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3/19/2015

Good Morning Oberlin

 

NETWORK WITH FELLOW BUSINESS OWNERS

GET UPDATES ON PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS

Discover how to take advantage of the opportunities to promote your business and events on CoolCleveland.com

 

Sneak Preview of the 2015 Sumer Theater Season and the Impact the Season Has on Our Community

 

Announcing Earth Day--Me Day--a health and wellness fair being held at Mercy Allen Medical Arts Building on April 22, 2015.

 

A preview of the 2015 Summer Concerts Series & an update on the April 4th Easter Egg Hunts

 

ideas, Issues, Things to Share...What doyou want others to know and how can OBP help promote the growth and prosperity of the Oberlin commuity.


RSVP to Janet at director@oberlin.org or 440-774-6262

Time: 8 a.m.

Location: Oberlin Inn, 7 N. Main St.

Contact Name: Janet Haar

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: director@oberlin.org

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3/23/2015

Spring Break Mini-Camp - Introduction to Archaeology

Introduction to Archaeology. 3/23 - 3/24.  Learn how archaeologists use artifacts, the ladscape, science and stories to figure out just how humans lived (and died) in the past. Explore tools of the trade, piece together a story based on placed objects, dig into a mock excavation and discuss famous archaeological investigations.  For ages 8-13.  Reservation required.  $45 for two-day camp; $40 for children/grandchildren of Heritage Center Members.  Early Birds receive $3 discount if sighned up by 3/1.

Time: 9:30 am - 4:00 pm

Location: Oberlin Depot 240 S. Main St.

Contact Name: Oberlin Heritage Center

Contact Phone #: 440-774-1700

Email: tourinfo@oberlinheritage.org

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3/25/2015

Spring Break Mini-Camp - World Cultures

World Cutures - 3/25-3/26.  Join us for a lively hop around the globe as we explore a variety of different cultures through games, hands-on activities, photographs, and cooking.  A few of the lands and traditions we will sample include Colombia, Pacific Islands, East Asia and New Orleans Mardi Gras.  Reservations required.  $45 tor two-day camp; $40 for children/grandchildren of Heritage Center members.  Save $3 with registration by 3/1.

Time: 9:30 am - 4:00 pm

Location: Oberlin Depot 240 S. Main St.

Contact Name: Oberlin Heritage Center

Contact Phone #: 774-1700

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3/26/2015

An Evening with Antoinette Brown Blackwell

Antoinette Brown Blackwell (1825-1921) studied theology at Oberlin College and became the first woman to be ordained a minister of a recognized denomination in the United States.  Brought to life by Oberlin native Beth Marshall, senior pastor at First Unitarian Church in Toledo.  Co-sponsored with the Kendal Third Thursday Lecture Series.  Free and open to the public.

Time: 7:15 p.m.

Location: Kendal at Oberlin's Heiser Auditorium (600 Kendal Drive)

Contact Name: Oberlin Heritage Center

Contact Phone #: 774-1700

Email: members@oberlinheritage.org

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3/29/2015

Women's History Month Special Event

One Step More: A Walking Tour of Women's History in Oberlin.  75-mnute tour acquaints you with stories of powerful 19th and early 20th century Oberlin Women.  Registration needed:  $6 for adults; free to OHC members, college students and children accompainied by adults (appropriate for ages 9 and up).  Register in advance even if eligible for a free history walk.

Time: 2 p.m.

Location: City of Oberlin

Contact Name: Oberlin Heritage Center

Contact Phone #: 774-1700

Email: members@oberlinheritage.org

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4/01/2015

OHC Annual Meeting and Dinner: Old Secrets/New Stories of Oberlin's Underground Railroad and Heritage Center's 14th Annual Community Awards

Dinner for members and friends and an enlightening program by OHC's Liz Schultz (Museum Education and Tour Coordinator) and Ron Groman (volunteer docent and researcher.  Optional social hour at 5 p.m., dinner at 6 p.m. and program at 7 p.m., followed by brief annual business meeting.

Invitations will be sent to members in late February or contact us to be put on the mailing list.  Reservations required:  $33/members; $38/non-members.  Costs for reservations made by Friday, March 20:  $28/members; $33/non-members.

Time: 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Location: Oberlin College Inn

Contact Name: Oberlin Heritage Center

Contact Phone #: 774-1700

Email: members@oberlinheritage.org

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4/04/2015

EASTER EGG HUNT

HOP ON DOWN TO DOWNTOWN, BRING YOUR EASTER BASKET, MEET THE EASTER BUNNY, AND FIND LOTS OF EGGS!

Children in three age groups from 0-10 years old enjoy finding filled eggs and taking pictures with the bunny in downtown Oberlin.  They can also enter into a coloring contest by age group to win an Easter basket full of treats.  Coloring pages can be picked up at the OBP office, 23 East College Street or in Oberlin Cable Co-op next door.  They will also be distributed at Eastwood and Prospect Elementary Schools and are in the March Oberlin Town Money Saver.  Deadline to turn in colored pictures in is April 2nd.  Colored pictures can be turned in at any downtown merchant or at the OBP office at 23 East College Street.

  • 11 a.m. - Ages 0 - 3 years old - in the lawn at the New Union Center for Arts; 
  • 11:30 a.m. Ages 4 - 6 years old - in the lawn between the Post Office and The Bridge (beside the walkway back to the Oberlin Heritage Center;
  • 12 p.m. Ages 7-10 - in the Southeast corner of Tappan Square.

Coloring contest winners will be contacted before the event and the baskets presented at the egg hunt areas before the egg hunt begins for each age group.

Time: 11A.M. - Ages 0 - 3; 11:300 A.M. - Ages 4--6; 12 Noon - Ages 7-10

Location: Downtown Oberlin

Contact Name: Janet Haar

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: contact @oberlin.org

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4/15/2015

SPRING BOOK SALE

 

Friends of the Oberlin Public Library

65 South Main Street

Oberlin, OH 44074

 

 

Spring 2015 Oberlin Public Library Book Sale

After a frigid winter, spring will be welcomed with open arms. As warmer temperatures arrive spring cleaning will follow, making space for new books, music, and movies. Selection for the Spring 2015 Friends of the Oberlin Public Library book sale will provide you with the perfect items to add to your collection. Come and stock up not only on new-to-you books, but records, CDs and DVDs. Proceeds support the programs and services of the library. The first night of the sale, Wednesday, April 15th, Friends of the Library members are given first view and new members can join at the door. Most items are priced at $0.50 to $1.00 with discounts starting Friday and getting bigger and better throughout the weekend. Regular patrons to this bi-annual sale say the selection is the best in the area! Proceeds from the book sale support the excellent programs and services of the Oberlin Public Library. Electronic scanners are not permitted. The Oberlin Public Library Book Sale is sponsored by the Friends of the Oberlin Public Library.

Where: Oberlin Public Library, 65 S. Main St., Oberlin, OH 44074

When: April 15 – 19, 2015

Contact: Joe Luciano, Book Sale Co-Coordinator, Friends of the Oberlin Public Library. Phone: 440-935-0469 or E-mail: dorthjoeluci@gmail.com.

Time: 5-8 p.m.

Location: Oberlin Public Library

Contact Phone #: 440-935-0469

Email: dorthjoeluci@gmail.com

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4/16/2015

Good Morning Oberlin

NETWORK WITH FELLOW BUSINESS OWNERS

GET UPDATES ON PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS

SHARE COMMUNITY IDEAS

RSVP  director@oberlin.org

Time: 8 a.m.

Location: Oberlin College Inn

Contact Name: Janet Harr

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: director@gmail.com

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4/16/2015

SPRING BOOK SALE

Friends of the Oberlin Public Library

65 South Main Street

Oberlin, OH 44074

 

 

Spring 2015 Oberlin Public Library Book Sale

After a frigid winter, spring will be welcomed with open arms. As warmer temperatures arrive spring cleaning will follow, making space for new books, music, and movies. Selection for the Spring 2015 Friends of the Oberlin Public Library book sale will provide you with the perfect items to add to your collection. Come and stock up not only on new-to-you books, but records, CDs and DVDs. Proceeds support the programs and services of the library. The first night of the sale, Wednesday, April 15th, Friends of the Library members are given first view and new members can join at the door. Most items are priced at $0.50 to $1.00 with discounts starting Friday and getting bigger and better throughout the weekend. Regular patrons to this bi-annual sale say the selection is the best in the area! Proceeds from the book sale support the excellent programs and services of the Oberlin Public Library. Electronic scanners are not permitted. The Oberlin Public Library Book Sale is sponsored by the Friends of the Oberlin Public Library.

Where: Oberlin Public Library, 65 S. Main St., Oberlin, OH 44074

When: April 15 – 19, 2015

Contact: Joe Luciano, Book Sale Co-Coordinator, Friends of the Oberlin Public Library. Phone: 440-935-0469 or E-mail: dorthjoeluci@gmail.com.

Time: 10 A.M. - 8 P.M.

Location: Oberlin Public Library

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4/17/2015

MAD FACTORY DANCE PARTY

MAD* FACTORY DANCE PARTY

AT THE WOODSHED LESSON STUDIO

 

Put on your dancing shoes and come on out to hear the MAD* Factory players play some tunes.  It's gonna be a lot of fun!!!!

Time: 8 pm - 10 pm

Location: Woodshed Lesson Studio 15 1/2 West College Street - UP

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4/17/2015

SPRING BOOK SALE

Friends of the Oberlin Public Library

65 South Main Street

Oberlin, OH 44074

 

 

Spring 2015 Oberlin Public Library Book Sale

After a frigid winter, spring will be welcomed with open arms. As warmer temperatures arrive spring cleaning will follow, making space for new books, music, and movies. Selection for the Spring 2015 Friends of the Oberlin Public Library book sale will provide you with the perfect items to add to your collection. Come and stock up not only on new-to-you books, but records, CDs and DVDs. Proceeds support the programs and services of the library. The first night of the sale, Wednesday, April 15th, Friends of the Library members are given first view and new members can join at the door. Most items are priced at $0.50 to $1.00 with discounts starting Friday and getting bigger and better throughout the weekend. Regular patrons to this bi-annual sale say the selection is the best in the area! Proceeds from the book sale support the excellent programs and services of the Oberlin Public Library. Electronic scanners are not permitted. The Oberlin Public Library Book Sale is sponsored by the Friends of the Oberlin Public Library.

Where: Oberlin Public Library, 65 S. Main St., Oberlin, OH 44074

When: April 15 – 19, 2015

Contact: Joe Luciano, Book Sale Co-Coordinator, Friends of the Oberlin Public Library. Phone: 440-935-0469 or E-mail: dorthjoeluci@gmail.com.

Time: 10 AM - 5:30 PM

Location: Oberlin Public Library

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4/18/2015

SPRING BOOK SALE

Friends of the Oberlin Public Library

65 South Main Street

Oberlin, OH 44074

 

 

Spring 2015 Oberlin Public Library Book Sale

After a frigid winter, spring will be welcomed with open arms. As warmer temperatures arrive spring cleaning will follow, making space for new books, music, and movies. Selection for the Spring 2015 Friends of the Oberlin Public Library book sale will provide you with the perfect items to add to your collection. Come and stock up not only on new-to-you books, but records, CDs and DVDs. Proceeds support the programs and services of the library. The first night of the sale, Wednesday, April 15th, Friends of the Library members are given first view and new members can join at the door. Most items are priced at $0.50 to $1.00 with discounts starting Friday and getting bigger and better throughout the weekend. Regular patrons to this bi-annual sale say the selection is the best in the area! Proceeds from the book sale support the excellent programs and services of the Oberlin Public Library. Electronic scanners are not permitted. The Oberlin Public Library Book Sale is sponsored by the Friends of the Oberlin Public Library.

Where: Oberlin Public Library, 65 S. Main St., Oberlin, OH 44074

When: April 15 – 19, 2015

Contact: Joe Luciano, Book Sale Co-Coordinator, Friends of the Oberlin Public Library. Phone: 440-935-0469 or E-mail: dorthjoeluci@gmail.com.

Time: 10 AM - 5:30 PM

Location: Oberlin Public Library

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4/19/2015

SPRING BOOK SALE

Friends of the Oberlin Public Library

65 South Main Street

Oberlin, OH 44074

 

 

Spring 2015 Oberlin Public Library Book Sale

After a frigid winter, spring will be welcomed with open arms. As warmer temperatures arrive spring cleaning will follow, making space for new books, music, and movies. Selection for the Spring 2015 Friends of the Oberlin Public Library book sale will provide you with the perfect items to add to your collection. Come and stock up not only on new-to-you books, but records, CDs and DVDs. Proceeds support the programs and services of the library. The first night of the sale, Wednesday, April 15th, Friends of the Library members are given first view and new members can join at the door. Most items are priced at $0.50 to $1.00 with discounts starting Friday and getting bigger and better throughout the weekend. Regular patrons to this bi-annual sale say the selection is the best in the area! Proceeds from the book sale support the excellent programs and services of the Oberlin Public Library. Electronic scanners are not permitted. The Oberlin Public Library Book Sale is sponsored by the Friends of the Oberlin Public Library.

Where: Oberlin Public Library, 65 S. Main St., Oberlin, OH 44074

When: April 15 – 19, 2015

Contact: Joe Luciano, Book Sale Co-Coordinator, Friends of the Oberlin Public Library. Phone: 440-935-0469 or E-mail: dorthjoeluci@gmail.com.

Time: 1 PM - 3:30 PM

Location: Oberlin Public Library

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4/21/2015

Forever Young: The History of Case Western Reserve University

Richard E. Baznik (author of Beyond the Fence:  A Social History of Case Western Reserve University) presents the story of the two institutions and their eventual consolidation, which also offers insights into the development of the region.  Mr. Baznik is CWRU Vice President Emeritus for Public Affairs, University Historian and Oberlin Heritage Center board member.  Free and open to public.

Time: 7:15 p.m.

Location: Kendal at Oberlin's Heiser Auditorium

Contact Name: Oberlin Heritage Center

Contact Phone #: 774-1700

Email: members@oberlinheritage.org

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4/21/2015

HATCH Meets

Hatch, the entrepreneurial connectivity group, meets the 3rd Tuesday of every month from 5-7 p.m. at Slow Train Cafe.

Time: 5-7 p.m.

Location: Slow Train Cafe, 55 E. College St.

Contact Name: Cullen Naumoff

Contact Phone #: 440-775-6219

Email: cnaumoff@oberlinproject.org

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4/22/2015

EARTH DAY -- "ME" DAY

 

 EARTH DAY -- ME DAY 

"Taking Care of the Earth and Taking Care of "ME"!

             FREE Health Screenings,   Children's Activities,   Classes, Information,   Prizes,   Refreshments

 

EARTH DAY emphasizes the personal responsibility we all share to "think globaly and act locally" as environmental stewards of planet Earth.

 

ME DAY emphasizes the personal responsibility we have as health and wellness steward of our personal health and the health of our family!

 

FREE HEALTH SCREENINGS (A $200 Value!) 

  • Fasting Chemistry Profile with blood glucose, cholesterol, triglycerides.
  • Blood Pressure
  • Height and Weight
  • BMI Calibration
  • Bone Density

 

FREE 1/2 HOUR CLASSES

  • Yoga Session - 8 a.m.
  • Breast Cancer Awareness - 9 a.m. and 3:30 p.m.
  • Nutrition - 9:30 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
  • Medication Management - 10 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.
  • Gardening/Preserving/Canning - 10:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m.
  • Fire Safety - 3:00 p.m. (Oberlin Fire Department)

 

FREE INFORMATION FROM LOCAL PROVIDERS

  • Dentists, Hearing and Speech Specialists
  • LaLeche League - Breast Feeding
  • Planting Your Garden
  • Canning & Preserving
  • Helping your child be ready for kindergarten - Oberlin Kids Collaborative
  • For Seniors and Care Givers - Medicine Disposal, Falls Prevention, Exercise, Weight Management, and other topics

 

FREE CHILDREN'S ACTIVITIES  - 3:00 - 6:00 p.m.

  • Guided Tour of an Ambulance - Mercy Allen EMT's
  • Guided Tour of a Fire Truck - Oberlin Fire Department
  • Sparky the Robot - Oberlin Fire Department
  • Children's Planting Workshop - Oberlin Community Services
  • Children's fingerprinting - Oberlin Policy Department

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Time: 7 - 11 a.m. AND 3 - 6 p.m.

Location: Mercy Allen Medical Arts Building, 224 West Lorain Street

Contact Name: Janet Haar

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: director@oberlin.org

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5/02/2015

The Big Parade

It's May, and yes, it's The Big Parade! Wacky and wild, creative and cute, young and old celebrate with fantastic floats and displays - (watch for the Lawnchair Brigade!) If you'd like to participate, gather at Prospect School at 10 a.m.; the Parade kicks off at 11 a.m. After the parade, the festivities continue with music and a barbeque in Tappan Square.

Time: 11 a.m.

Location: Tappan Square

Contact Name: James Peake

Email: favaeducation@gmail.com

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5/03/2015

Frank Lloyd Wright (Weltzheimer/Johnson) Open House

The Frankl Lloyd Wright House - Weltzheimer/Johnson House - will now be open once a month on the first Sunday of the month, beginning Sunday, May 3. Presentations on the architecture of the house, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, begin on the hour (noon, 1 p.m., 2 p.m., 3 p.m., 4 p.m.). Admission is $5 per adult; college students and those under 18 are free. Advance registration is not required, except for groups of 10 or more. The house will be open first Sundays of the month through November.

Time: noon-5 p.m.

Location: 534 Morgan St.

Contact Name: Jason Trimmer

Email: jtrimmer@oberlin.edu

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5/09/2015

KIDS: All Hands on Tortillas!

Kids:  All Hands on Tortillas!

Oberlin Community Services to

Host a “Make a Tortilla” Party for Kids

 

Oberlin Community Services (OCS) will host a “Make-a-Tortilla” Party for kids on Saturday, May 9, to celebrate Cinqo de Mayo. The event, which is free and open to the public, will take place from 9:30 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. at The Depot, next door to OCS, which is located at 285 South Professor Street in Oberlin. 

 

The Make-a-Tortilla Party is part of a series of monthly cooking demonstrations that are presented by OCS, and which are designed to show the organization’s clientele how to cook healthy, easy and inexpensive meals.

 

Kids will enjoy getting their hands messy with tortilla mix, then will learn how to roll the tortillas and fry them. There will be a variety of yummy fillings available to stuff the tortillas.

 

The Make-a-Tortilla Party is one of several cooking demonstrations that OCS is planning just for kids.  For more information, call 440/774-6579, tel.

 

285 South Professor Street    Oberlin, OH 44074

www.oberlincommunityservices.org

Time: 9:30 - 10:30 a.m.

Location: The Depot - 285 Professor Street

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6579

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5/14/2015

Good Morning Oberlin

NETWORK WITH FELLOW BUSINESS OWNERS

GET UPDATES ON PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS

SHARE COMMUNITY IDEAS

RSVP  director@oberlin.org

Time: 8:00 a.m.

Location: Oberlin College Inn

Contact Name: Janet Harr

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: director@gmail.com

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5/15/2015

Midnight Bike Ride

Join this long-standing event to see Oberlin by midnight - ride through the bike trails and streets with others...food follows the event. Stay tuned for more details.

Time: Midnight (of course!)

Location: Around Oberlin !!!

Contact Name: Ian Yarber

Contact Phone #: 440-775-7254

Email: iyarber@cityofoberlin.com

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5/16/2015

ENERGY AUDIT CELEBRATION

Stop by the Energy Audit Celebration Tent at prospect School for Energy Efficiency informtion, along with FREE food.  Home weatherization makes a home more comfortable, saves money on utilities, and protects the environment.  You are encouraged to walk around and see the activities in this neighborhood and learn how your actions can help Oberlin.

Time: Noon - 3pm

Location: Prospect Elementary

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5/16/2015

Docent Training for One Step More: A Walking Tour of Women's History in Oberlin

Learn to present stories about powerful 19th and early 20th century Oberlin women.  Training is free; register by May 11.

Time: 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

Location: Monroe House; 731/2 S. Professor St.

Contact Name: Oberlin Heritage Center

Contact Phone #: 774-1700

Email: tourinfo@oberlinheritage.org

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5/27/2015

From Civil War to Civil Rights: Stories from Oberlin Oral History

Stories from Oberlin's Oral History Project will trace the changes in attitudes from Idealism after the Civil War to discrimination during the '30s and '40s and back to the idealism of the '60s.  Presented by Geni Poporad Vanek, an OHC Honorary Trustee and author.  Free and open to public.

Time: 7:15 p.m.

Location: Kendal at Oberlin's Heiser Auditorium (600 Kendal Drive)

Contact Name: Oberlin Heritage Center

Contact Phone #: 774-1700

Email: members@oberlinheritage.org

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6/10/2015

Local Stories of Quarry Life

The history of Lorain County Quarrying is presented in this illustrated program by James Hieg, Executive Vice Present/CEO of the Marble Institute pf America (Oberlin, Ohio).  Free and open to public.

Time: 7:15 p.m.

Location: Kendal at Oberlin's Heiser Auditorium (600 Kendal Drive)

Contact Name: Oberlin Heritage Center

Contact Phone #: 774-1700

Email: members@oberlinheritage.org

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6/13/2015

Juneteenth: Looking Back to Move Forward; Come Home Oberlin

Celebrate Juneteenth at Oberlin's beautiful Tappan Square. The festival includes vendors booths, parade, choirs and children's activities.

Juneteenth commemorates the day (June 19, 1865) when the last slaves in America were freed.

Time: 10 a.m. - 6 p.m.

Location: Tappan Square, Oberlin

Contact Name: Adenike Sharpley

Contact Phone #: 440-774-4327

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6/18/2015

Good Morning Oberlin!

NETWORK WITH FELLOW BUSINESS OWNERS

GET UPDATES ON PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS

SHARE COMMUNITY IDEAS

RSVP  director@oberlin.org

Time: 8:00 a.m.

Location: Oberlin College Inn

Contact Name: Janet Harr

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: director@gmail.com

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6/20/2015

10th Annual Chalk Walk

All skill levels welcome.  High-quality chalk provided free. 

Time: 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Location: Downtown Oberlin

Contact Name: Oberlin Business Partnership

Contact Phone #: 774-6262

Email: contact@oberlin.org

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6/26/2015

Summer Concert Series

The 23rd Annual Summer Concert Series kicks off with the Patriots Symphonic Band!  The band will feature a variety of patriotic selections, popular music, Broadway show tunes, original compositions and arrangements and "Big-Band" vocals featuring the talents of their singer, Avon Lake resident Lorrie Coughlin. Peppy the Clown is on hand to entertain children and adults as well.

Time: 7-9 p.m.

Location: Tappan Square and Clark Bandstand

Contact Name: Janet Haar

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: director@oberlin.org

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7/03/2015

Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

Treasure Island when 14-year-old Jim Hawkins finds a treasure map, he soon embarks on an unforgettable voyage of treachery and mayhem featuring a host of swashbucklers, including the infamous peg-legged and parrotted Long John Silver. This spectacular theater version of the classic coming-of-age novel (1881) was orginally developed by the prestigious Alley Theater in Housong and won the 2009 AATE Distinguished Play Award, Best Adaptation. Ages 6 and up! FREE ADMISSION.

Time: 7 pm

Location: Hall Auditorium, 67 N. Main St., Oberlin

Contact Phone #: 440-775-8169

Email: ostf@oberlin.edu

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7/03/2015

Oberlin Summer Concert Series

The Volunteers of  the U.S. Army Field Band has been telling the Army story through rock, pop, country and patriotic music since its inception in 1981. Its members have performed for millions of listeners in all 50 states, Puerto Rico, Canada, Mexico, Kuwait and Iraq. They tour more than 100 days each year bringing their powerful message of patriotism and support to communities large and small. They’re passionate about representing their fellow Soldiers through music – whether it’s in a Veteran’s home, hospital or in Tappan Square in downtown Oberlin!

Check out their website: http://www.armyfieldband.com/pages/ensembles/vols.html

Time: 7-9 p.m.

Location: Tappan Square in downtown Oberlin

Contact Name: Janet Haar

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: director@oberlin.org

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7/04/2015

Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

Treasure Island when 14-year-old Jim Hawkins fins a treasure map, he soon embarks on an unforgettable voyages of treachery and mayhem featuring a host of swashbucklers, including the infamous peg-legged and parrotted Long John Silver. This spectacular theatrical version of the classic coming-of-age novle (1881) was originally developed by the prestigious Alley Theater of Houston and won the 2009 AATE Distinguished Play Award, Best Adaptation. Ages 6 and up! FREE ADMISSION.

Time: 2 pm

Location: Hall Auditorium, 67 N. Main St., Oberlin

Contact Phone #: 440-775-8169

Email: ostf@oberlin.edu

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7/04/2015

Credo Music Free Concerts

Listen to chamber music from some of the finest young performers from around the world as they perform during free concerts during their three-week residency in the highly-acclaimed Credo Music Program, now in its 17th year.

Time: 2 p.m. and 8 p.m.

Location: Stull Hall at the Oberlin Conservatory

Contact Name: Bethany Pereboom

Contact Phone #: 440-774-3658

Email: office@credo-music.org

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7/08/2015

Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

Treasure Island when 14-year-old Jim Hawkins finds a treasure map, he soon embarks on an unforgettable voyage of treachery and mayhem featuring a host of swashbucklers, including the famous peg-legged and parroted Long John Silver. This spectacular theatrical version of the classic coming-of-age novel (1881) was originally developed by the prestigious Alley Theater of Houston and won the 2009 AATE Distinguised Play Award, Best Adaptation. For ages 6 and up! FREE ADMISSION.

Time: 7 pm

Location: Hall Auditorium, 67 N. Main St., Oberlin

Contact Phone #: 440-775-8169

Email: ostf@oberlin.edu

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7/10/2015

Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

All's Well That Ends Well - Helena, the ambitious ward of the Countess Rousillion, defies the great obstacles to marry her son, Bertram, but the young count would rather run off to war with his braggart sidekick, Parolles than be forced to marry beneath his high station. In this sophisticated yet bawdy, Shakespeare pits merit against class, women against men, age against youth and honesty hypocrisy until...all ends well. Or does it? Agest 10 and up! FREE ADMISSION.

Time: 7 pm

Location: Hall Auditorium, 67 N. Main St., Oberlin

Contact Phone #: 440-775-8169

Email: ostf@oberlin.edu

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7/10/2015

Credo Music Free Concerts

Internationally acclaimed faculty and performers of the Credo Music Program, now in its 17th year, present a free concert; the Fry Street String Quartet will also perform.

Time: 7 p.m.

Location: Kulas Hall at the Oberlin Conservatory

Contact Name: Bethany Pereboom

Contact Phone #: 440-774-3658

Email: office@credo-music.org

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7/10/2015

Summer Concert Series

Motor City Gold pleases, tantalizes, suprises and entertains the audience with a diverse combination of all styles of music including urban, R&B and Motown.

Peppy the Clown is on hand to entertain children and adults as well.

 

Check out the band's website: http://www.motorcitygold.info/

Time: 7-9 p.m.

Location: Tappan Square Clark Bandstand

Contact Name: Janet Haar

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: director@oberlin.org

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7/11/2015

Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

All's Well That Ends Well, Helena, the amibitious ward of the Countess Rousillion, is in love with her son, Bertram and defies great obstacles to marry him, but the young Count would rather run off to war with hsi braggart side-kick, Parolles, than be forced to marry beneath his high station. In this sophisticated, yet sometimes bawdy comedy, Shakespeare pits merit against class, women against men, age against youth and honesty against hypocriscy until...all ends well. Or does it? Ages 10 and up! FREE ADMISSION.

Time: 2 pm

Location: Hall Auditorium, 67 N. Main St., Oberlin

Contact Phone #: 440-775-8169

Email: ostf@oberlin.edu

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7/11/2015

Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

Treasure Island when 14-year-old Jim Hawkins fins a treasure map, he soon embarks on an unforgettable voyages of treachery and mayhem featuring a host of swashbucklers, including the infamous peg-legged and parrotted Long John Silver. This spectacular theatrical version of the classic coming-of-age novle (1881) was originally developed by the prestigious Alley Theater of Houston and won the 2009 AATE Distinguished Play Award, Best Adaptation. Ages 6 and up! FREE ADMISSION.

Time: 7 pm

Location: Hall Auditorium, 67 N. Main St., Oberlin

Contact Phone #: 440-775-8169

Email: ostf@oberlin.edu

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7/14/2015

Credo Music Free Concert

Internationally acclaimed faculty and performers of the Credo Music Program, now in its 17th year, present a free concert. For a complete list of Credo concerts, visit credo-music.org

Time: 7 p.m.

Location: Kulas Recital Hall at the Oberlin Conservatory

Contact Name: Bethany Pereboom

Contact Phone #: 440-774-3658

Email: credo-music.org

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7/15/2015

Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

All's Well that Ends Well - the ambitious ward of Countess Rousillion, Helena, defies great obstacles to marry her son, Betram - however, he would rather run off to war with his braggart sidekick, Parolles, than be forced to marry beneath his high station. In this sophisticated, yet bawdy comedy, Shakespeare pits merit against class, women against men, age against youth and honesty against hypocrisy until...all ends well. Or does it? Ages 10 and up! FREE ADMISSION.

Time: 7 pm

Location: Hall Auditorium, 67 N. Main St., Oberlin

Contact Phone #: 440-775-8169

Email: ostf@oberlin.edu

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7/16/2015

Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

Treasure Island when 14-year-old Jim Hawkins fins a treasure map, he soon embarks on an unforgettable voyages of treachery and mayhem featuring a host of swashbucklers, including the infamous peg-legged and parrotted Long John Silver. This spectacular theatrical version of the classic coming-of-age novle (1881) was originally developed by the prestigious Alley Theater of Houston and won the 2009 AATE Distinguished Play Award, Best Adaptation. Ages 6 and up! FREE ADMISSION.

Time: 7 pm

Location: Hall Auditorium, 67 N. Main St., Oberlin

Contact Phone #: 770-775-8169

Email: ostf@oberlin.edu

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7/16/2015

Good Morning Oberlin

NETWORK WITH FELLOW BUSINESS OWNERS

GET UPDATES ON PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS

SHARE COMMUNITY IDEAS

RSVP  director@oberlin.org by February 16th

Time: 8:00 a.m.

Location: Oberlin College Inn

Contact Name: Janet Harr

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: director@gmail.com

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7/17/2015

Summer Concert Series

Music & Dance Party features NEOS Dance Group, the MAD Factory, Northern Ohio Youth Orchestra and the Oberlin Music School as they present a diverse and entertaining evening!

 

Time: 7-9 p.m.

Location: Tappan Square Clark Bandstand

Contact Name: Janet Haar

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: director@oberlin.org

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7/17/2015

Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

Crumbs from the Table of Joy set in 1950, this uplifting story by Pulitzer Prize-winner Lynn Notage is told through the eyes of 17-year-old Ernestine. With wry humor and magical moments she questions the conflicting ideas and tolerance needed to live in a changing world when she and other members of her African American family move from Florida to Brooklyn where they encounter radical Aunt Lily and an unexpected new family member. Ages 6 and up! FREE ADMISSION.

Time: 7 pm

Location: Hall Auditorium, 67 N. Main St. Oberlin

Contact Phone #: 440-775-8169

Email: ostf@oberlin.edu

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7/18/2015

Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

All's Well that Ends Well - the ambitious ward of Countess Rousillion, Helena, defies great obstacles to marry her son, Betram - however, he would rather run off to war with his braggart sidekick, Parolles, than be forced to marry beneath his high station. In this sophisticated, yet bawdy comedy, Shakespeare pits merit against class, women against men, age against youth and honesty against hypocrisy until...all ends well. Or does it? Ages 10 and up! FREE ADMISSION.

Time: 7 pm

Location: Hall Auditorium, 67 N. Main St., Oberlin

Contact Phone #: 440-775-8169

Email: ostf@oberlin.edu

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7/18/2015

Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

Crumbs from the Table of Joy set in 1950, this uplifting story by Pulitzer Prize-winner Lynn Notage is told through the eyes of 17-year-old Ernestine. With wry humor and magical moments she questions the conflicting ideas and tolerance needed to live in a changing world when she and other members of her African American family move from Florida to Brooklyn where they encounter radical Aunt Lily and an unexpected new family member. Ages 6 and up! FREE ADMISSION.

Time: 2 pm

Location: Hall Auditorium, 67 N. Main St., Oberlin

Contact Phone #: 440-775-8169

Email: ostf@oberlin.edu

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7/19/2015

Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

Treasure Island when 14-year-old Jim Hawkins fins a treasure map, he soon embarks on an unforgettable voyages of treachery and mayhem featuring a host of swashbucklers, including the infamous peg-legged and parrotted Long John Silver. This spectacular theatrical version of the classic coming-of-age novle (1881) was originally developed by the prestigious Alley Theater of Houston and won the 2009 AATE Distinguished Play Award, Best Adaptation. Ages 6 and up! FREE ADMISSION.

Time: 2 pm

Location: Hall Auditorium, 67 N. Main St., Oberlin

Contact Phone #: 440-775-8169

Email: ostf@oberlin.edu

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7/19/2015

Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

All's Well that Ends Well - the ambitious ward of Countess Rousillion, Helena, defies great obstacles to marry her son, Betram - however, he would rather run off to war with his braggart sidekick, Parolles, than be forced to marry beneath his high station. In this sophisticated, yet bawdy comedy, Shakespeare pits merit against class, women against men, age against youth and honesty against hypocrisy until...all ends well. Or does it? Ages 10 and up! FREE ADMISSION.

Time: 7 pm

Location: Hall Auditorium, 67 N. Main St., Oberlin

Contact Phone #: 440-775-8169

Email: ostf@oberlin.edu

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7/21/2015

Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

Crumbs from the Table of Joy set in 1950, this uplifting story by Pulitzer Prize-winner Lynn Notage is told through the eyes of 17-year-old Ernestine. With wry humor and magical moments she questions the conflicting ideas and tolerance needed to live in a changing world when she and other members of her African American family move from Florida to Brooklyn where they encounter radical Aunt Lily and an unexpected new family member. Ages 6 and up! FREE ADMISSION.

Time: 7 pm

Location: Hall Auditorium, 67 N. Main St., Oberlin

Contact Phone #: 440-775-8169

Email: ostf@oberlin.edu

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7/22/2015

Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

Treasure Island when 14-year-old Jim Hawkins fins a treasure map, he soon embarks on an unforgettable voyages of treachery and mayhem featuring a host of swashbucklers, including the infamous peg-legged and parrotted Long John Silver. This spectacular theatrical version of the classic coming-of-age novle (1881) was originally developed by the prestigious Alley Theater of Houston and won the 2009 AATE Distinguished Play Award, Best Adaptation. Ages 6 and up! FREE ADMISSION.

Time: 2 pm

Location: Hall Auditorium, 67 N. Main St., Oberlin

Contact Phone #: 440-775-8169

Email: ostf@oberlin.edu

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7/22/2015

Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

All's Well that Ends Well - the ambitious ward of Countess Rousillion, Helena, defies great obstacles to marry her son, Betram - however, he would rather run off to war with his braggart sidekick, Parolles, than be forced to marry beneath his high station. In this sophisticated, yet bawdy comedy, Shakespeare pits merit against class, women against men, age against youth and honesty against hypocrisy until...all ends well. Or does it? Ages 10 and up! FREE ADMISSION.

Time: 7 pm

Location: Hall Auditorium, 67 N. Main St., Oberlin

Contact Phone #: 440-775-8169

Email: ostf@oberlin.edu

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7/23/2015

Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

Crumbs from the Table of Joy set in 1950, this uplifting story by Pulitzer Prize-winner Lynn Notage is told through the eyes of 17-year-old Ernestine. With wry humor and magical moments she questions the conflicting ideas and tolerance needed to live in a changing world when she and other members of her African American family move from Florida to Brooklyn where they encounter radical Aunt Lily and an unexpected new family member. Ages 6 and up! FREE ADMISSION.

Time: 7 pm

Location: Hall Auditorium, 67 N. Main St., Oberlin

Contact Phone #: 440-775-8169

Email: ostf@oberlin.edu

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7/24/2015

Summer Concert Series

Soul PropRioters, a local favorite, Oberlin's town-gown band brings its funk, blues, folk and pop-inspired original sounds. Peppy the Clown is on hand to entertain children and adults as well.

Check out their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/Soulproprioters

Time: 7-9 p.m.

Location: Tappan Square Clark Bandstand

Contact Name: Janet Haar

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: director@oberlin.org

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7/24/2015

Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

All's Well that Ends Well - the ambitious ward of Countess Rousillion, Helena, defies great obstacles to marry her son, Betram - however, he would rather run off to war with his braggart sidekick, Parolles, than be forced to marry beneath his high station. In this sophisticated, yet bawdy comedy, Shakespeare pits merit against class, women against men, age against youth and honesty against hypocrisy until...all ends well. Or does it? Ages 10 and up! FREE ADMISSION.

Time: 7 pm

Location: Hall Auditorium, 67 N. Main St., Oberlin

Contact Phone #: 440-775-8169

Email: ostf@oberlin.edu

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7/25/2015

Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

Treasure Island when 14-year-old Jim Hawkins fins a treasure map, he soon embarks on an unforgettable voyages of treachery and mayhem featuring a host of swashbucklers, including the infamous peg-legged and parrotted Long John Silver. This spectacular theatrical version of the classic coming-of-age novle (1881) was originally developed by the prestigious Alley Theater of Houston and won the 2009 AATE Distinguished Play Award, Best Adaptation. Ages 6 and up! FREE ADMISSION.

Time: 7 pm

Location: Hall Auditorium, 67 N. Main St., Oberlin

Contact Phone #: 440-775-8169

Email: ostf@oberlin.edu

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7/25/2015

Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

Crumbs from the Table of Joy set in 1950, this uplifting story by Pulitzer Prize-winner Lynn Notage is told through the eyes of 17-year-old Ernestine. With wry humor and magical moments she questions the conflicting ideas and tolerance needed to live in a changing world when she and other members of her African American family move from Florida to Brooklyn where they encounter radical Aunt Lily and an unexpected new family member. Ages 6 and up! FREE ADMISSION.

Time: 2 pm

Location: Hall Auditorium, 67 N. Main St., Oberlin

Contact Phone #: 440-775-8169

Email: ostf@oberlin.edu

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7/26/2015

Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

Treasure Island when 14-year-old Jim Hawkins fins a treasure map, he soon embarks on an unforgettable voyages of treachery and mayhem featuring a host of swashbucklers, including the infamous peg-legged and parrotted Long John Silver. This spectacular theatrical version of the classic coming-of-age novle (1881) was originally developed by the prestigious Alley Theater of Houston and won the 2009 AATE Distinguished Play Award, Best Adaptation. Ages 6 and up! FREE ADMISSION.

Time: 7 pm

Location: Hall Auditorium, 67 N. Main St., Oberlin

Contact Phone #: 440-775-8169

Email: ostf@oberlin.edu

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7/26/2015

Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

All's Well that Ends Well - the ambitious ward of Countess Rousillion, Helena, defies great obstacles to marry her son, Betram - however, he would rather run off to war with his braggart sidekick, Parolles, than be forced to marry beneath his high station. In this sophisticated, yet bawdy comedy, Shakespeare pits merit against class, women against men, age against youth and honesty against hypocrisy until...all ends well. Or does it? Ages 10 and up! FREE ADMISSION.

Time: 2 pm

Location: Hall Auditorium, 67 N. Main St., Oberlin

Contact Phone #: 440-775-8169

Email: ostf@oberlin.edu

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7/28/2015

Obelrin Summer Theater Festival

Treasure Island, when 14-year-old Jim Hawkins finds a treasure map, he soon embarks on an unforgettable voyage of treachery and mayhem featuring a host of swashbucklers, including the infamous one-legged, parroted Long John Silver. This spectacular theatrical version of the classic coming-of-age novel (1881) was orginally developed by the prestigious Alley Theater of Houston. Ages 6 and up! FREE ADMISSION.

Time: 7 pm

Location: Hall Auditorium, 67 N. Main St. Oberlin

Contact Phone #: 440-775-8169

Email: ostf@oberlin.edu

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7/29/2015

Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

All's Well that Ends Well - the ambitious ward of Countess Rousillion, Helena, defies great obstacles to marry her son, Betram - however, he would rather run off to war with his braggart sidekick, Parolles, than be forced to marry beneath his high station. In this sophisticated, yet bawdy comedy, Shakespeare pits merit against class, women against men, age against youth and honesty against hypocrisy until...all ends well. Or does it? Ages 10 and up! FREE ADMISSION.

Time: 2 pm

Location: Hall Auditorium, 67 N. Main St., Oberlin

Contact Phone #: 440-775-8169

Email: ostf@oberlin.edu

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7/29/2015

Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

Crumbs from the Table of Joy set in 1950, this uplifting story by Pulitzer Prize-winner Lynn Notage is told through the eyes of 17-year-old Ernestine. With wry humor and magical moments she questions the conflicting ideas and tolerance needed to live in a changing world when she and other members of her African American family move from Florida to Brooklyn where they encounter radical Aunt Lily and an unexpected new family member. Ages 6 and up! FREE ADMISSION.

Time: 7 pm

Location: Hall Auditorium, 67 N. Main St. Oberlin

Contact Phone #: 440-775-8169

Email: ostf@oberlin.edu

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7/30/2015

Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

Treasure Island when 14-year-old Jim Hawkins fins a treasure map, he soon embarks on an unforgettable voyages of treachery and mayhem featuring a host of swashbucklers, including the infamous peg-legged and parrotted Long John Silver. This spectacular theatrical version of the classic coming-of-age novle (1881) was originally developed by the prestigious Alley Theater of Houston and won the 2009 AATE Distinguished Play Award, Best Adaptation. Ages 6 and up! FREE ADMISSION.

Time: 7 pm

Location: Hall Auditorium, 67 N. Main St., Oberlin

Contact Phone #: 440-775-8169

Email: ostf@oberlin.edu

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7/31/2015

Summer Concert Series

Austin Walkin' Cane "arrives bearing not only a cool blues calling card, but a commanding voice and fiery Delta chops Peppy the Clown is on hand to entertain children and adults as well" --- The New Yorker "He is a superb slide guitarist and his playing provides the perfect backdrop to his smokey vocals, stellar songwriting & tale spinning." --- Memphis Silver, American Blues News

Peppy the Clown is on hand to entertain as well.

Check out his website: http://www.walkincane.com/

Time: 7-9 p.m.

Location: Tappan Square Clark Bandstand

Contact Name: Janet Haar

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: director@oberlin.org

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7/31/2015

Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

All's Well that Ends Well - the ambitious ward of Countess Rousillion, Helena, defies great obstacles to marry her son, Betram - however, he would rather run off to war with his braggart sidekick, Parolles, than be forced to marry beneath his high station. In this sophisticated, yet bawdy comedy, Shakespeare pits merit against class, women against men, age against youth and honesty against hypocrisy until...all ends well. Or does it? Ages 10 and up! FREE ADMISSION.

Time: 7 pm

Location: Hall Auditorium, 67 N. Main St., Oberlin

Contact Phone #: 440-775-8169

Email: ostf@oberlin.edu

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8/01/2015

Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

Treasure Island when 14-year-old Jim Hawkins fins a treasure map, he soon embarks on an unforgettable voyages of treachery and mayhem featuring a host of swashbucklers, including the infamous peg-legged and parrotted Long John Silver. This spectacular theatrical version of the classic coming-of-age novle (1881) was originally developed by the prestigious Alley Theater of Houston and won the 2009 AATE Distinguished Play Award, Best Adaptation. Ages 6 and up! FREE ADMISSION.

Time: 2 pm

Location: Hall Auditorium, 67 N. Main St., Oberlin

Contact Phone #: 440-775-8169

Email: ostf@oberlin.edu

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8/01/2015

Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

Crumbs from the Table of Joy set in 1950, this uplifting story by Pulitzer Prize-winner Lynn Notage is told through the eyes of 17-year-old Ernestine. With wry humor and magical moments she questions the conflicting ideas and tolerance needed to live in a changing world when she and other members of her African American family move from Florida to Brooklyn where they encounter radical Aunt Lily and an unexpected new family member. Ages 6 and up! FREE ADMISSION.

Time: 7 pm

Location: Hall Auditorium, 67 N. Main St., Oberlin

Contact Phone #: 440-775-8169

Email: ostf@oberlin.edu

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8/02/2015

Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

All's Well that Ends Well - the ambitious ward of Countess Rousillion, Helena, defies great obstacles to marry her son, Betram - however, he would rather run off to war with his braggart sidekick, Parolles, than be forced to marry beneath his high station. In this sophisticated, yet bawdy comedy, Shakespeare pits merit against class, women against men, age against youth and honesty against hypocrisy until...all ends well. Or does it? Ages 10 and up! FREE ADMISSION.

Time: 7 pm

Location: Hall Auditorium, 67 N. Main St., Oberlin

Contact Phone #: 440-775-8169

Email: ostf@oberlin.edu

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8/02/2015

Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

Crumbs from the Table of Joy set in 1950, this uplifting story by Pulitzer Prize-winner Lynn Notage is told through the eyes of 17-year-old Ernestine. With wry humor and magical moments she questions the conflicting ideas and tolerance needed to live in a changing world when she and other members of her African American family move from Florida to Brooklyn where they encounter radical Aunt Lily and an unexpected new family member. Ages 6 and up! FREE ADMISSION.

Time: 2 pm

Location: Hall Auditorium, 67 N. Main St., Oberlin

Contact Phone #: 440-775-8169

Email: ostf@oberlin.edu

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8/04/2015

Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

All's Well that Ends Well - the ambitious ward of Countess Rousillion, Helena, defies great obstacles to marry her son, Betram - however, he would rather run off to war with his braggart sidekick, Parolles, than be forced to marry beneath his high station. In this sophisticated, yet bawdy comedy, Shakespeare pits merit against class, women against men, age against youth and honesty against hypocrisy until...all ends well. Or does it? Ages 10 and up! FREE ADMISSION.

Time: 7 pm

Location: Hall Auditorium, 67 N. Main St. Oberlin

Contact Phone #: 440-775-8169

Email: ostf@oberlin.edu

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8/05/2015

Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

Treasure Island when 14-year-old Jim Hawkins fins a treasure map, he soon embarks on an unforgettable voyages of treachery and mayhem featuring a host of swashbucklers, including the infamous peg-legged and parrotted Long John Silver. This spectacular theatrical version of the classic coming-of-age novle (1881) was originally developed by the prestigious Alley Theater of Houston and won the 2009 AATE Distinguished Play Award, Best Adaptation. Ages 6 and up! FREE ADMISSION.

Time: 7 pm

Location: Hall Auditorium, 67 N. Main St., Oberlin

Contact Phone #: 440-775-8169

Email: ostf@oberlin.edu

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8/05/2015

Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

Crumbs from the Table of Joy set in 1950, this uplifting story by Pulitzer Prize-winner Lynn Notage is told through the eyes of 17-year-old Ernestine. With wry humor and magical moments she questions the conflicting ideas and tolerance needed to live in a changing world when she and other members of her African American family move from Florida to Brooklyn where they encounter radical Aunt Lily and an unexpected new family member. Ages 6 and up! FREE ADMISSION.

Time: 2 pm

Location: Hall Auditorium, 67 N. Main St., Oberlin

Contact Phone #: 440-775-8169

Email: ostf@oberlin.edu

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8/06/2015

Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

All's Well that Ends Well - the ambitious ward of Countess Rousillion, Helena, defies great obstacles to marry her son, Betram - however, he would rather run off to war with his braggart sidekick, Parolles, than be forced to marry beneath his high station. In this sophisticated, yet bawdy comedy, Shakespeare pits merit against class, women against men, age against youth and honesty against hypocrisy until...all ends well. Or does it? Ages 10 and up! FREE ADMISSION.

Time: 7 pm

Location: Hall Auditorium, 67 N. Main St., Oberlin

Contact Phone #: 440-775-8169

Email: ostf@oberlin.edu

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8/07/2015

Summer Concert Series

Oberlin Jazz Band is an Oberlin based band playing jazz standards and forward thinking original songs.

Peppy the Clown is on hand to entertain children and adults as well.

Time: 7-9 p.m.

Location: Tappan Square Clark Bandstand

Contact Name: Janet Haar

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: director@oberlin.org

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8/07/2015

Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

Crumbs from the Table of Joy set in 1950, this uplifting story by Pulitzer Prize-winner Lynn Notage is told through the eyes of 17-year-old Ernestine. With wry humor and magical moments she questions the conflicting ideas and tolerance needed to live in a changing world when she and other members of her African American family move from Florida to Brooklyn where they encounter radical Aunt Lily and an unexpected new family member. Ages 6 and up! FREE ADMISSION.

Time: 7 pm

Location: Hall Auditorium, 67 N. Main St., Oberlin

Contact Phone #: 440-775-8169

Email: ostf@oberlin.edu

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8/08/2015

Family Fun Fair and Merchant Sidewalk Sales

Family Fun Fair & Classic Car Show. Join in the fun throughout downtown Oberlin with Merchant Sidewalk Sales, dunk tank, slot car races, hula hoops, yummy food, magic, over 100 Classic Cars, a 50/50 raffle, music and children's activities galore.

Bring the family and have a fun-filled summer day!

Time: 10 am - 4 pm

Location: Downtown Oberlin

Contact Name: Janet Haar

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: director@oberlin.org

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8/08/2015

Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

All's Well that Ends Well - the ambitious ward of Countess Rousillion, Helena, defies great obstacles to marry her son, Betram - however, he would rather run off to war with his braggart sidekick, Parolles, than be forced to marry beneath his high station. In this sophisticated, yet bawdy comedy, Shakespeare pits merit against class, women against men, age against youth and honesty against hypocrisy until...all ends well. Or does it? Ages 10 and up! FREE ADMISSION.

Time: 7 pm

Location: Hall Auditorium, 67 N. Main St., Oberlin

Contact Phone #: 440-775-8169

Email: ostf@oberlin.edu

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8/08/2015

Oberlin Summer Theater Festival

Treasure Island, when 14-year-old Jim Hawkins finds a treasure map, he soon embarks on an unforgettable voyage of treachery and mayhem featuring a host of swashbucklers, including the infamous one-legged, parroted Long John Silver. This spectacular theatrical version of the classic coming-of-age novel (1881) was orginally developed by the prestigious Alley Theater of Houston. Ages 6 and up! FREE ADMISSION.

Time: 2 pm

Location: Hall Auditorium, 67 N. Main St., Oberlin

Contact Phone #: 440-775-8169

Email: ostf@oberlin.edu

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8/14/2015

Summer Concert Series

The Lockwood Allstars is the backing band for the late Robert Lockwood, who learned to play guitar from the legendary Robert Johnson.  His band carries on the tradition of Delta and Chicato blues.  Featured artists include, D. C. Carnes on lead guitar and Gene Schwartz on bass.

Peppy the Clown is on hand to entertain children and adults as well.

Time: 7-9 p.m.

Location: Tappan Square Clark Bandstand

Contact Name: Janet Haar

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: director@oberlin.org

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8/20/2015

Good Morning Oberlin

 

NETWORK WITH FELLOW BUSINESS OWNERS

 

GET UPDATES ON PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS

 

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RSVP  director@oberlin.org

 

 

 

Time: 8:00 a.m.

Location: Oberlin College Inn

Contact Name: Janet Harr

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: director@gmail.com

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8/29/2015

WOMEN'S EQUALITY DAY

Hear about the Cronise sisters, Nettie and Florence, first female lawyers in Ohio (1865).  florence was the first woman to be admitted to the Ohio Bar.  The Ohio Bar Association annually presents a Cronise Award. 

Moderator:  Mary Picken

Luncheon - $12

Time: Noon - 2 p.m.

Location: Oberlin Inn

Contact Name: Ovidia Guaderrama

Contact Phone #: 440-775-3711

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9/17/2015

Good Morning Oberlin

NETWORK WITH FELLOW BUSINESS OWNERS

GET UPDATES ON PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS

SHARE COMMUNITY IDEAS

RSVP  director@oberlin.org

Time: 8:00 a.m.

Location: Oberlin College Inn

Contact Name: Janet Harr

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: director@gmail.com

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9/19/2015

Doggie Doo & Pooch Parade

A fun way to spend a "Dog-Gone" great day! This event raises much-needed funds for local animal shelters and gives people an opportunity to adopt a dog. Demonstrations and entertainment go on all day, including costume, singing and dancing contests - and ending with the Pooch Parade at 3:45 p.m.

Time: 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Location: Downtown Oberlin

Contact Name: Michelle Andrews

Email: mandrews9293@gmail.com

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9/19/2015

Walk to End Alzheimer's

Register to walk/fundraise.

Time: 8:00 AM

Location: All Pro Freight Stadium

Contact Name: Kelly Needham

Contact Phone #: 216-342-5581

Email: kneedham@alz.org

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9/26/2015

Community & Culture Fest

A community-wide block party featuring entertainment, activities, music, food, a bicycle auction and much more. Tastefully Oberlin from 2-3 p.m. presents a taste of specialty foods from Oberlin restaurants.

Time: 1-4 p.m.

Location: Downtown Oberlin

Contact Name: Tita Reed

Contact Phone #: 440-775-6200

Email: tita.reed@oberlin.edu

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10/22/2015

Good Morning Oberlin

NETWORK WITH FELLOW BUSINESS OWNERS

GET UPDATES ON PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS

SHARE COMMUNITY IDEAS

RSVP  director@oberlin.org

Time: 8:00 a.m.

Location: Oberlin College Inn

Contact Name: Janet Harr

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: director@gmail.com

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10/31/2015

Downtown Trick-or-Treat

Come downtown from 4:30-5:30 p.m. Sample Halloween goodies from the ghosts and goblins haunting our downtown stores. Park your broom at the Oberlin Bookstore for cookies and spooky Halloween stories from 4:00-4:30 p.m.

Time: 4-5:30 p.m.

Location: Downtown Oberlin

Contact Name: Janet Haar

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: director@oberlin.org

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11/19/2015

Good Morning Oberlin

NETWORK WITH FELLOW BUSINESS OWNERS

GET UPDATES ON PROGRAMS AND PROJECTS

SHARE COMMUNITY IDEAS

Time: 8 a.m.

Location: Oberlin Inn, 7 N. Main St., Oberlin

Contact Name: Janet Haar

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: director@oberlin.org

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11/21/2015

Festival of Trees

Delicious hors d'oeuvres presented by the Oberlin Inn. Live music, dancing, camaraderie, cash bar. A silent auction featuring unique holiday trees, wreaths, gift baskets, ornaments, street banners, jewelry, catered events, etc. $1,000 cash raffle!

Time: 6:30-11 p.m.

Location: Oberlin Inn, 7 N. Main St.

Contact Name: Janet Haar

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: director@oberlin.org

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11/27/2015

SANTA & MRS. CLAUS COME TO TOWN

6 p.m. Friday November 28 -Martin Luther King, Jr. Park

Santa and Mrs. Claus arrive on the Firetruck and light the Oberlin Christmas tree.  Then they ride on the firetruck up Main Street to College Street and go into Oberlin Cable Co-op where children can tell them what they want for Christmas.  Main Street and College Street holiday lighting will 'come alive' during the procession to Oberlin Cable Co-op.

Downtown stores are open until 8 p.m. and will have holiday window displays for your enjoyment.  You can vote for your favorite window to be the winner of the 2014 holiday window display contest.

Oberlin Rotary Club will be serving chili and hot chocolate and cookies and Oberlin Business Partnership volunteers will be handing out Shop Small shopping bags and passports to help you get ready for Shop Small Saturday which is the kick-off for Shop Oberlin for the Holidays. 

Calling all kids --- Come and let Santa and Mrs. Claus know what special things you want for Christmas. Bring mom and dad and enjoy chili and hot chocolate and, of course, Christmas cookies while you wait.  Santa and Mrs. Claus will be at the Oberlin Cable Co-op and are anxious to see you

Time: 6 pm - 8 pm

Location: Downtown Oberlin

Contact Name: Janet Haar

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: Director@oberlin.org

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11/27/2015

Santa & Tree Lighting

Santa comes to town on the Fire Truck! He and Mrs. Claus set up shop in the Oberlin Cable Co-op Office to greet children and hear their requests. Oberlin Rotary serves chili and cookies and hot chocolate. What a great way to start the season!

Time: 6-9 p.m.

Location: Downtown Oberlin

Contact Name: Janet Haar

Contact Phone #: 440-774-6262

Email: director@oberlin.org

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11/28/2015

Small Business Saturday