The weekend is here the weather is looking decently well, for Saturday at least, and there is so much to discover across Northeast, Ohio. So here’s a list of 5 amazing this weekend September 10th – 11thth with your kids! Starting from street fairs to events at your local park.
Things to Do This Weekend
Things to Do: Columbiana
Columbiana Street Fair
Enjoy Columbiana County’s 135 annual Columbiana Street Fair on Saturday September 10th from 12 PM to 11 PM. The first Street Fair was held on Saturday, September 19, 1885, on Main Street in Columbiana, Ohio. It Was headed by A. C. Bell, as President, E. S. Holloway,as Secretary, and Bertram Renkenberger as Treasurer. Items of produce, livestock, and hand-made items were judged, and cash and other prizes were given for the best of the show.
By the 1937 the fair took on the shape of what it s today, a 1/4 miles midway with rides, games, music, good food, prizes, arts, and crafts. Now, the Columbiana Street Fair is considered the second largest street fair in Ohio and considered at the top of the list by concessionaires in the tri-state area with attendance over 40,000. The fair is known as the “State Fair of Street Fairs.”
The Street fair full schedule funs from September 8th to the 10th with events throughout the day, rides, and of course FOOD! The Street Fair is located at 1 S Main St, Columbiana, OH 44408. Admission to the fair is free, but rides, food, and activities are an additional charge.
Things to Do: Kent
Art in the Park
Join Kent Park and Recreation on September 10th and 11th for their annual Art in the Park event. Art in the Park is a 2-day Arts Festival hosted by Kent Parks and Recreation annually the weekend following Labor Day. The event is free to the public and hosts live music, performers, art booths, and a kids area. his festival is a family friendly experience that attracts residents from all over Northeast Ohio. Art in the Park is hosted in Fred Fuller Park, Kent’s oldest and largest park with majestic trees and scenic walking trails along the Cuyahoga river.
There are dozens of entertainment through the two day event including a performance from Lisa Renne’s Dance Studio on Saturday at 10:30 AM on the Main stage to The Scuppers on Sunday at 2:00 PM on the Backwoods Stage. Check out this link for the full event information and schedule.
Festival is located at 497 Middlebury Road Kent, OH 44240 and begins at 10 AM on Saturday and 11 AM on Sunday. Admission is FREE!
Things to Do: Parma
Because we can all use a little more time with our grands, Nana/Papa, Mimi, etc! Celebrate Grandparents Day with a take home festival in a bag, filled with activities for grandparents and children to do together. These activities can be in person, over the phone, or even mail. Stop down anytime to the Children’s room to take a special picture with a Grandparents Day backdrop. Perfect for sending to grandparents that may not be local.
Grandparents day festival is located at Parma-Powers Branch of the Cuyahoga County Public Library. 6996 Powers Blvd, Parma, Ohio 44129.
Things to Do: Canfield
Fall Harvest Weekends
It’s an annual tradition for many families to head to White House Fruit Farm for a day of horse drawn wagon rides, petting zoo, play area for the kiddos, live music and so much more! Fall at White House is the perfect day trip that the whole family can enjoy. And let’s not forget the DONUTS. Did I say donuts already say donuts. These amazing donuts are made fresh daily at the market and always sell out. You can order in advance by emailing them at least 24 hours in advance.
White House Farm has so many weekly activities including Budgie Barn Experience, Music on the Lawn, Farmville Fun and more. The full list of experience can be found on their website. Admission to White House Farms free is but cost varies for different activities during the day.
The farm is located at 9249 State Route 62, Canfield Ohio, 44406. Hours on Saturday are 9 AM – 5 PM and 12 PM – 5 PM on Sunday.
Things to Do: Wooster
Downtown Wooster Farmers’ Market
Head over to the Wooster Public Square Historic District for their 25th annual downtown farmers’ market. Their 2022 season started on May 14th and runs until October 8th. Features local vendors providing fresh produce, baked goods, plants, and more. Admission is free to and runs 8 AM until 12 PM every Saturday. Each week they feature different vendors with a strong list of 28 vendors in rotation. The farmers’ market will feature Bayou Rhythms from 9 -11 AM, Free Flex Zumba Class from 11 AM – 12 PM, and BluesMob2000 from 12 – 2 PM at The Pavilion.
Make your weekend and adventure then post in my Free Moms Group what you did and your favorite part was!
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