Monday, August 20, 2012
Do you have a summer bucket list? Make sure you don't miss out on summer activities and events in nearby communities before fall is here!
Where did the summer go? School is starting very soon and there's only a little bit of time left to pack in the summertime fun. (Fall begins Sept. 21 this year.) Here's a list of suggested things to do in Northeast Ohio before cooler weather and earlier sunsets hit: • Kent Patch: Residents (and Kent State students) should take a trip on the Cuyahoga River before summer ends with Crooked River Adventures. The canoe and kayak livery, operated by Kent State University, offers different length boat trips on the river that start at John Brown Tannery Park in Kent and end in Munroe Falls and Cuyahoga Falls. For information about on cost, hours of operation and trip times, visit the Crooked River Adventures website. • Stow Patch: It's peak …
Saturday, August 4, 2012
Market at parking lot of Stow Community Church on Pilgrim Drive.
The Stow Community Farmers Market Day is today from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Get there early to beat the heat and get the freshest produce. The market is in the parking lot of Stow Community Church, 1567 Pilgrim Drive, in Stow. In an email message, market managers Gary Aleman and Mike Osman wrote, "We will have a special cooking demonstration from one of our original market vendors, Song Yang, who will be demonstrate on her table top how to cook with vegetables available from our area. She will describe preparation, ingredients, spices and cooking time, with free taste tests of her completed dishes. Song will be cooking a dish at her booth every half hour starting at 9:30." Musical guests Dale Galgozy and the Picardy 3 perform.
Friday, August 12, 2011
Want to find out what was passed and talked about during Thursday evenings council meeting? Take a look at our quick round up of topics.
Several stories warranting longer and individual stories came out of the Aug. 11 Stow City Council meeting. But as a quick wrap up of events, here are a few brief things about last night's meeting: For several more stories from the Thursday evening meeting, continue to check back with Stow Patch.
Thursday, August 11, 2011
Here's a quick glance at tonight's Stow City Council meeting.
Tonight's Stow City Council meeting begins at 7 p.m. at City Hall: For more after the meeting, check back with Stow Patch.
Tuesday, August 9, 2011
The market will go deep into the fall once council approves the extension Thursday.
If you grow it, they will come ... The Planning Committee agreed to move forward with plans to expand the Stow Community United Church of Christ Farmer's Market deeper into the fall during City Council's Monday meeting. Committee Chairwoman Sara Drew recommended council extend the farmers market until Oct. 29 and extend hours to 2 p.m. each Saturday. The change is expected to be approved by council on Thursday. Currently, the market runs from 8 a.m. to noon every Saturday through Sept. 17 in the parking lot at the west side of the church, right off Pilgrim Drive. The extension would add seven more Saturdays to the market. Market coordinators Gary Aleman and Mike Osman said they have seen dramatic growth in the farmers market since the …