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October
3

11 Sweet Trick-or-Treating Events in the Akron & Canton Area This Year

Halloween is nearly upon us, which means that Akron and Canton's most prepared ghouls, goblins, princes and princesses are already forming their routes and strategies for a successful night of trick-or-treating.

While we love a night full of traditional trick-or-treating complete with knocking on doors and begging our neighbors for sweets—there may be a more fail-safe way to get a good candy haul this year: special trick-or-treating events! All throughout the month of October, locals will be hosting family-friendly trick-or-treating events where your children can get candy in a safe, friendly environment.

We rounded up 11 trick-or-treating events happening in the area this year. From trunk-or-treats to Halloween spooktaculars, you'll find a sweet spot on this list. Happy Halloween!

Art Harvest: Trick-or-Treat Family Day

Where: The Canton Museum of Art

When: October 4 | 5:30-7:30

Calling all witches and wizards, ghouls and ghosts! You're invited to a very special Halloween event at the Canton Museum of Art. Kick off the season by trick-or-treating in your favorite costume throughout the museum. Kids will also have the chance to tackle make-and-take art projects, a scavenger hunt, art demonstrations and more!

 

Boo at the Akron Zoo

Where: The Akron Zoo

When: October 12-27 | Saturdays & Sundays, 11 a.m.-7 p.m.

Trick or Treating in Akron & Canton

Photo courtesy of the Akron Zoo

Dress up your little superheroes and princesses for this scare-free event at the Akron Zoo. Grab your candy passport and use it to hunt for treats around the zoo after hours. Between bites, make sure to give a Halloween greeting to your favorite animals!

 

Trunk or Treat

Where: Color Our Rainbow Academy, Akron

When: October 18 | 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Color Our Rainbow Academy offers a fun alternative to trick-or-treating with Trunk-or-Treat, where community members decorate their vehicles and pass out candy to children. This event is completely free to attend!

 

Trick-or-Treat Trail & Costume Contest

Where: Central Park, Green

When: October 19 | 2:15 p.m.

Join the City of Green for their 23rd Annual Trick or Treat Trail & Costume Contest! Children ages 0-12 years old are encouraged to come in their best Halloween costume and compete for first place against other Green locals. There will also be plenty of candy up for grabs during trick-or-treating. Admission is one non-perishable food item or personal care item.

 

Trick-or-Treat on South High Street

Where: Akron Art Museum

When: October 24 | 6-8:30 p.m.

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Break out your costume and get ready for this special event at the Akron Art Museum! Meet enchanting new friends and creatures while you creep through the galleries; collect art trinkets; mix up unique concoctions in their idea laboratory; and show off your monster moves on the dance floor. The cost per nonmember child is $12 and free for members of the museum.

 

Trick or Treat Monster Mash Event

Where: Arbors at Minerva, Minerva

When: October 24 | 6:30-8 p.m.

Candy, costumes and dancing—this Halloween bash has it all, and you're invited! Head out to Minerva and enjoy trick-or-treating, a dance, and a costume contest hosted by Doug Dominick. For more information and updates on the event, click here. 

 

Halloween Party at the Boo'seum

Where: McKinley Presidential Library & Museum, Canton

When: October 25 | 6-8:30 p.m.

Trick or Treating in Akron & Canton

The McKinley Museum invites you and your family to go trick-or-treating in the Street of Shops and Discover World! You'll also get to enjoy hayrides, a scavenger hunt, science shows, Planetarium shorts, games, stories and more. Admission is $5 and attendees are encouraged to call (330) 455-7043 to reserve a spot.

 

Howl-O-Ween Trick-Or-Treat

Where: Old Colony Farm, Medina

When: October 26 | 9 a.m.-7 p.m.

This family-friendly Halloween event is open to everyone—and they mean everyone! Not only will you and your kids have a blast exploring the Old Colony Farm and trick-or-treating throughout the property, but your dog is welcome too. If you don't have a furry friend to bring along, don't worry! They'll be providing balloon animals and a special wild animal show so you can still join in on the animal kingdom fun. Tickets will be available both online and on-site.

 

City Hall Trick-or-Treat

Where: Cuyahoga Falls City Hall

When: October 31 | 3-4:30 p.m.

For the first time ever, Cuyahoga Falls will be hosting a special trick-or-treating event! Head to Cuyahoga Falls City Hall and take your children trick-or-treating throughout the building. Because the entire event takes place indoors, there's no need to worry about the weather. So don your favorite costume and enjoy a free Halloween event the whole family will enjoy!

 

City Wide Beggar's Night

Where: The City of Tallmadge

When: October 31 | 5:30-7 p.m.

Trick or Treating in Akron & Canton

The city of Tallmadge does things a little differently on Halloween. Instead of a traditional trick-or-treating night, they host a Beggar's Night, where kids can go up to homes throughout the city and, quite literally, beg for candy! The celebration will be followed by the annual Halloween Street Dance in the Recreation Center's parking lot.

 

5th Annual Trunk or Treat

Where: Weis Park, Canton

When: October 31 | 6:30-8:30 p.m.

Head out to Weis Park on Halloween for this not-so-scary Halloween event! Kids of all ages are encouraged to wear costumes and go "trunk-or-treating" for candy. This family-oriented event is completely free to attend so grab your bucket or pillowcase and get to it!

 

Happy Halloween!

Have a safe and sweet holiday!

 
May
9

14 Things to Do This Memorial Day Weekend in the Akron & Canton Area

Memorial Day is almost here! This three-day weekend offers the chance to honor those who fought so bravely for our country and spend a little extra time with our families. Plus, this weekend also marks the unofficial start of summer! In true Ohio fashion, the Akron and Canton areas will be celebrating the long weekend with patriotism, local festivals and plenty of great music. We've rounded up some of our most anticipated events during the weekend. On this list, you'll find everything from massive farmers' markets to spectacular parades. Enjoy!

Vintage Canton

Where: Central Plaza, Canton When: May 23, 4:30-9:30 p.m.

Photo courtesy of Vintage Canton

This fun annual festival takes place in the heart of downtown Canton and features live music, art exhibits, and top-notch wine from all over the world. Taste samples from your favorite wineries, selections from local breweries in the beer garden, and bites from the best Stark County restaurants — all in one convenient location!

2019 Blossom Time Music Festival

Where: Chagrin Valley Jaycees Page When: May 23-25, Thursday 8-10:30 p.m., Friday & Saturday 6-11 p.m. Every year, the Chagrin Valley Jaycees throw a spectacular festival over Memorial Day weekend. The festivities will include a carnival, food and drink vendors, along with plenty of family-friendly activities. You won't want to miss the grand parade downtown, which is a highlight of the festival and one of the most popular parades in the area!

Rabid Fest

Where: Buzzbin Art & Music Shop When: May 23-26, 4 p.m.-2 a.m. Music lovers rejoice! This Memorial Day weekend, one of the biggest musical events in Ohio is coming to Akron. Rabid Fest will feature over 20 metal, punk and rock bands from all over the country — and you can see them all for just $10. Tickets are available exclusively at Buzzbin Art and Music Shop.

Memorial Day Flea Market

Where: Hartville Marketplace & Flea Market When: May 23-27 Akron Canton Memorial Day Ohio

Photo courtesy of Hartville Marketplace & Fleamarket

Hartville's Memorial Day Flea Market is one of the largest markets in Ohio, featuring more than 1,000 vendors! Peruse locally made art, baked goods, and fresh produce. There will also be food and beverages to refuel when you need a break from all your wandering!

4th Friday's Cruise-In & Farmers' Market

Where: Barley's Event Center, Louisville When: May 24, 4-8 p.m. Every fourth Friday this summer, Barley's Event Center in Louisville will be hosting a "cruise-in"! All makes and models of cars, trucks and motorcycles are welcome to cruise into the front lawn and enjoy great music, food and door prizes. Plus, inside and outside of the barn, vendors and crafters will be set up selling fresh produce, baked goods, art creations and crafts!

Rock the Lock

Where: Lock 3, Akron When: May 24, 6-11 p.m. Join Lock 3 and 97.5 WONE every Friday night this summer and enjoy seeing some of your favorite tribute bands! During Memorial Day weekend, the concert will be a tribute to Bon Jovi, featuring Victory Highway and Crush. Gates open at 6 p.m. so grab a blanket and find a comfy spot!

Memorial Day Weekend at Clay's Park & Resort

Where: Clay's Park Resort, Lawrence When: May 24-27, Friday-Sunday 11 a.m.-8 p.m., Monday 12-7 p.m. Akron Canton Memorial Day Ohio The unofficial start of summer kicks off at Clay's Park and Resort! Clay's is one of Ohio's top outdoor camping, water park and event destinations, and during Memorial Day weekend, stop by and enjoy a military parade, a classic car show and the seasonal opening of their Adventure Waterpark!

Sippo Lake parkrun

Where: Sippo Lake, Canton When: May 25, 7:45-9 a.m. This holiday weekend, enjoy the fresh air at Sippo Lake in Canton! Every Saturday, this beautiful park offers a free, timed 5K perfect for runners, walkers, dog owners and families. The course follows the beautiful trails of Sippo Lake Park and includes sights like the new Wildlife Conservation Center, wetlands and a limestone trail. Afterward, make sure to stick around for the coffee social! You only have to register once, and participants are required to show their registration barcode before each 5K. You can register here

Ode to Otters

Where: The Akron Zoo When: May 25, 8-10 a.m. Akron Canton Memorial Day Ohio One of our favorite holidays is coming up — World Otter Day! To celebrate this important day, the Akron Zoo will be hosting a special breakfast complete with crafts, cookie decorating, keeper talks and, of course, otter appearances!

Let's Grow Akron Plant Sale

Where: First Congregational Church of Akron When: May 25-26, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. It's the gardening season! Purchase vegetable, herb and flower seedlings at the Let's Grow Akron and First Congregational Church of Akron's fundraiser this Memorial Day weekend. While you're there, you can enjoy live music, tours of the Feed My Sheep market garden and plenty of family-friendly activities. Proceeds from the event will benefit the Let's Grow Akron Community Farm and the Feed My Sheep Garden.

Family Fun Loop: Mythical Creatures

Where: Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad Peninsula Depot When: May 26, 1:55 p.m. Climb aboard this half-loop excursion for an afternoon stuffed with family fun! Children will have the chance to create their own stuffed animals all while taking in the beautiful sights of the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Departure is from the Peninsula Depot and will loop back over the course of two hours.

Memorial Day Parade & Ceremony

Where: Green High School and Veterans Park, Uniontown When: May 27, 7 a.m.-3 p.m. Akron Canton Memorial Day Ohio Head over to the City of Green this Memorial Day for a plethora of fun events to celebrate the holiday! The popular parade will begin and end at the Green High School parking lot, winding its way through town with colorful floats and American flags. Afterward, visit the Veterans Memorial Park for a memorial ceremony honoring fallen soldiers and veterans. Plus, don't miss the free community picnic and antique car show that will follow the ceremony!

Memorial Day Parade Contest

Where: Springwood Lake Camp Club, East Sparta When: May 27, 9:30 a.m. This annual Memorial Day event is a local favorite, giving you the chance to decorate a golf cart or ATV and be a part of the Memorial Day parade! The festivities will begin after the flag raising ceremony at 9 a.m. at the front gate parking lot.

Canton Memorial Day Parade & Ceremony

Where: Timken High School When: May 27, 10 a.m. The annual Memorial Day parade will step off from Timken High School and will wind through town to Monument Park. Afterward, there will be a beautiful ceremony to honor fallen military members at the McKinley National Memorial.  

Happy Memorial Day!

How are you planning on spending this long weekend? Let us know in the comments!  
March
28

14 Easter Events in the Akron & Canton Area

The warmer weather, colorful spring decorations and endless marshmallow Peeps adorning store shelves can only mean one thing — it's almost Easter! We love this holiday not only because of the amount of chocolate that we get to eat but also because of the extra time we get to spend with friends and family. Luckily, the Akron and Canton area is full of celebrations where we can enjoy time with loved ones, including Easter egg hunts, eggstravagant brunches and photo opportunities with the bunny himself! Here are 14 events we're most looking forward to this year. Enjoy!

Easter Bunny Arrival Eggstravaganza

Where: Belden Village Mall, Canton When: March 30, 9-11 a.m. Welcome the Easter Bunny to Canton at an "Eggstravaganza" at the Belden Village Mall! Celebrate his arrival by hunting for eggs, eating a delicious Easter-themed breakfast, getting your face painted, playing with live bunnies and decorating cupcakes. This event will take place in the food court and children are encouraged to bring a basket for the egg hunt.

Photos with the Easter Bunny at the Belden Village Mall

Where: Belden Village Mall, Canton When: March 30-April 20, Times Vary Visit the Easter Bunny at his home in the Belden Village Mall and get your picture taken with him! He'll be stationed in front of a charming photo backdrop full of luscious greenery and fresh flowers from the end of March to the day before Easter. Click here for more information on the Easter photo packages.

Breakfast with the Bunny

Where: The Akron Zoo When: April 6-7, 13-14 & 20, 8:30-10 a.m. Akron/Canton Easter Events

Photo courtesy of the Akron Zoo

Join the Akron Zoo for a breakfast buffet, crafts, activities, a visit with the Easter Bunny, and an egg hunt full of fun prizes. This event will be held over three weekends in April and you can get your tickets here. Don't forget to bring your own camera and basket!

Brunch with the Bunny

Where: Roses Run Country Club, Stow When: April 6, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Don't miss this incredible opportunity to have brunch with the Easter Bunny! Visit the Roses Run Country Club and enjoy a brunch buffet, plenty of bunny photo opportunities and an egg hunt on the green. All of the proceeds from this event will provide funding for Riverview PTA to help sponsor educational and social programs for the students. You can get your tickets here.

Egg Hunt at the Hollow

Where: Quail Hollow Park, Hartville When: April 13, 9 a.m.-12 p.m. Cincinnati Easter Events Celebrate spring and Easter with a festive egg hunt at Quail Hollow Park. Explore the Nature Center, meet live animals and make a craft after hunting for eggs around the beautiful grounds! This event is free and open to all ages. You can register here.

Decorate Easter Eggs!

Where: Little Van Gogh Art Studio When: April 13, 1-2 p.m. Head over to the Little Van Gogh Art Studio and paint plastic eggs! You and your child will be able to let your imagination run wild as you decorate your egg using anything from glitter to feathers. This fun experience costs $12 and children of all ages are welcome to attend.

Adult Easter Egg Hunt

Where: The Winery at Wolf Creek, Barberton When: April 14, 10:30 a.m.- 12 p.m. Akron/Canton Easter Events Who says Easter egg hunts are just for kids? At this adult-only event, you'll be able to search for eggs filled with candy, toys and prizes all around the winery grounds. This hunt is a BYOB (bring your own basket) festivity and the pre-registration of $20 includes a glass of wine and a donut to fuel your search!

Adult Egg Scramble

Where: Fred Fuller Park, Kent When: April 19, 9 p.m. Grab your flashlight and a bag and visit Fred Fuller Park in Kent for a fun-filled adult-only event. Search for eggs, prizes and candy in the dark, and get the chance to find winning eggs with over $5,000 in prizes, including big screen TVs, bikes, kayaks, a drone, cash and more! Click here to get your ticket.  

Lock 3 Easter Egg Hunt

Where: Lock 3, Akron When: April 20, 9:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m. Head over to Lock 3 and have breakfast with the Easter Bunny before spending the morning hunting for eggs. This delicious breakfast will include pancakes, sausage, orange juice and coffee. After you eat, collect Easter eggs and get a photo with the bunny himself!

Easter Egg Hunt at Stan Hywet

Where: Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens, Akron When: April 20, 11 a.m.-12 p.m. Akron/Canton Easter Events

Photo courtesy of Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens

Bring the entire family out to Stan Hywet Hall & Gardens for one of Akron's most popular Easter traditions! Children nine and under can participate in the famed egg hunt while the whole family is invited to spend the day visiting with the Easter Bunny and enjoying a beautiful spring day on the estate. Make sure to purchase your ticket before you go, as this event sells out quickly.

Youth Egg Hunt

Where: Fred Fuller Park, Kent When: April 20, 12:45 p.m. At this free family-friendly event, children nine and under will be able to hunt for over 5,000 eggs and visit with the Easter Bunny. Some eggs will contain numbers and can be redeemed for prizes, but don't forget your basket!

Green Parks & Recreation Easter Egg Hunt

Where: City of Green Central Administration Building, Uniontown When: April 20, 1p.m. Residents in and around Green are welcome to visit the City of Green Central Administration building for an egg hunt the day before Easter! Ages infant through 10-years old are welcome to participate and families are encouraged to spend the spring afternoon enjoying the beautiful grounds. Make sure to bring your basket and register online before you go!

Easter Talent Show

Where: Buchtel Commons, Akron When: April 20, 5-8 p.m. Akron/Canton Easter Events Join the Fallen Fathers Foundation at their Inaugural Save Our Community Easter Talent Show. Watch incredible performing and visual arts from Akron area youth, grades kindergarten through 12th grade. This brand new event will be hosted by Crisis, featuring music from iLL WiLL and a surprise celebrity guest!

Easter Brunch

Where: Courtyard by Marriott Akron Downtown When: April 21, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Kick off your Easter celebration by enjoying a delicious brunch at the Courtyard by Marriott in downtown Akron! This brunch will include scrambled eggs, french toast, bacon, sausage, breakfast potatoes, pastries, an omelet station and much more. You can make your reservation by calling (234) 231-7717.  

Happy Easter!

From all of us at Cutler Real Estate, we hope you have a fun holiday!
November
8

A Complete Guide to 28 Holiday Events in the Akron and Canton Area

It's nearly here! The holiday season has snuck up on us once again and pretty soon strings of lights will be adorning the fronts of houses and your mailbox will be bulging with Christmas cards. This time of year, our calendars fill with family get-togethers, ugly Christmas sweater parties and white elephant gift exchanges. Take a breather from the craziness of the holidays and visit one of the many events happening this season in Akron and Canton! From watching the Nutcracker to swimming with Santa, there's something for everyone this time of year. We tracked down some of the most exciting events going on this season, so mark your calendars and make the holiday one to remember!

The 6th Annual Marketplace Holiday Gala

When: November 8-10, 11 a.m-9 p.m Where: The Marketplace at Gervasi Vineyard, Canton Holiday events Canton and Akron Ohio Gervasi Vineyard

Photo courtesy of Gervasi Vineyard

For the wine lover in your family, visit this year's Market Place Gala at Gervasi Vineyard! Enjoy tiny treats while you shop their new holiday lines, dine in the Crush House for a special holiday lunch, and get an expanded tour of the winery. They promise a memorable experience that appeals to all the senses!

37th Annual Holiday Tree Festival

When: November 17-25, Times Vary Where: The John S. Knight Center, Akron Make sure to mark your calendars for the 37th Annual Holiday Tree Festival in Akron, where you can see more than 200 trees, 85,000 strings of lights and other holiday creations! It's a truly beautiful sight and all proceeds benefit the Akron Children's Hospital.

Wild Lights at the Akron Zoo

When: Saturday and Sundays Starting November 23, 5-9 p.m. Where: The Akron Zoo Holiday events in Canton and Akron Ohio Wild Lights Akron Zoo

Photo courtesy of the Akron Zoo

The Akron Zoo will most definitely have the wildest light display this holiday season. Almost the entire zoo will be decorated and many animals will be on exhibit. While you're there, stop by Santa Land and tell Santa your holiday wishes, visit Holly Jolly Hillside which will feature lighted North American animals and trees synchronized to music, take a ride on the Wild Winter Express train ride, and stop by Mrs. C's Sweets for a s'more!

15th Annual Tree Lighting and the Welcome Santa Parade

When: November 23 at 7 p.m. and November 24 at 11 a.m. Where: Lock 3, Akron The night after Thanksgiving, be sure to head over to Lock 3 to watch the streets of downtown Akron light up with thousands of holiday lights and fireworks! There will also be live performances, ice skating and holiday treats.

Main Street Holiday Window Displays

When: November 23-January 1 Where: Main Street, Akron Take a stroll down Main Street between Bowery and State this holiday season and enjoy the largest seasonal vintage collection in Ohio. Department store's will showcase animated displays from the 1960's-80's in the windows of the O'neil's, Polsky and Landmark buildings.

Christmas at Beech Creek Gardens

When: November 24-December 23, Fridays and Saturdays 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Sundays 12-5 p.m. Where: Beech Creek Gardens, Alliance Holiday events in Akron and Canton Ohio There's so much to see at this weekend holiday event! Have fun and learn something new at the Beech Creek Gardens. Enjoy Candyland and the Christmas Express, explore the Festival of Trees, visit with the Grinch, learn about animals in winter, complete workshops for adults and children, sip hot cocoa, and more!

The Nutcracker Presented by the Ballet Theatre of Ohio

When: November 24-December 2, Saturdays at 2 and 7 p.m., Sundays at 2 p.m. Where: Akron Civic Theatre This wonderful holiday tradition lives on in Akron and is a "must-do" for you and your family. Roger Durbin of the West Side Leader wrote,"... the production levels in Artistic Director Christine Meneer's version — as well as her engaging choreography — capture the audience and transport it for a couple of hours into a magical, wonderful, escapist wonderland." Get your tickets here.

Christmas Candlelight Tea

When: November 30, 4:30 and 7 p.m. Where: Dragonfly Tea Room, Canal Fulton Make sure to start off the holiday season right. Sip an invigorating cup of tea in the Dragonfly Tea Room while snacking on holiday treats and listening to live music. Call ahead to make a reservation!

McKinley Presidential Library & Museum's Annual Holiday Party

When: November 30, 6-8 p.m. Where: McKinley Presidential Library & Museum, Canton This annual party will definitely be a fun time for the entire family. There will be musical entertainment, crafts for kids, open-hearth cooking demonstrations, special planetarium and science shows and, of course, a visit from Santa! The museum will be beautifully decorated with over 30 trees and holiday scenes. Reservations are appreciated.

Christmas on the Canal

When December 1, 3-7 p.m. Where: Downtown Canal Fulton Holiday events in akron and canton ohio

Photo courtesy of Cliff Franks Photography

Historic Canal Fulton invites you to stroll the streets of the downtown area and celebrate this holiday season. The blocked off streets will allow space for wood and ice carvers, carolers, and wagon rides. Stop by and visit Santa and meet Mrs. Oberlin for tours of the Oberlin House and Olde Canal Days Museum. Shops will be open late to offer special discounts, refreshments and entertainment. When the sun goes down, the electric lights parade and tree lighting ceremony will commence!

Hands-On Holidays

When: December 2, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Where: Akron's Children Museum For an event the whole family will enjoy, Hands-On Holidays at the Akron's Children's Museum is perfect! Meet fun holiday characters as you explore interactive exhibits with special make-and-take crafts. Paint your own snowman, design your own cookie, enjoy a live DJ and more — plus, adults AND kids can enter to win fun prizes. They will also be hosting a Winter Warmth Drive at the event and collecting gloves, hats, socks and scarves for kids and adults for Family Promise of Summit County.

Holiday Celebration at the Huston-Brumbaugh Nature Center

When: December 2, 3-6 p.m. Where: Huston-Brumbaugh Nature Center, University of Mount Union, Alliance Celebrate the holiday season in nature. The Huston Brumbaugh Nature Center's annual holiday celebration features crafting, s'mores and hot chocolate by the fire, live acoustic music, and a visit with Santa Claus in a 1800's-era cabin. This event is truly simple holiday fun for the whole family!

2018 Light Up Downtown

When: December 6, 6-8:30 p.m. Where: Central Plaza + Downtown Canton Holiday events in Akron and Canton Ohio Light up Downtown

Photo courtesy of the Canton Chamber of Commerce

This spirited festival will feature 14 city blocks of attractions, ice skating, entertainment, refreshments, sleigh rides, singers and dancers, a visit from Santa, and incredible fireworks! The best part is, this event is free and fun for all ages.

Holiday Open House

When: December 7, 5-8 p.m. Where: Canton Women's Club, Canton Put a little history in your holiday festivities by visiting Canton Woman's Club on December 7 to see their 150-year-old Victorian home decorated for the holidays! Admission to the house is free and dinner will be available at an additional cost.

Carol of the King: Irish Dance Christmas Spectacular

When: December 7, 7:30 p.m. Where: Akron Civic Theatre Looking for a unique holiday experience this season? Make sure to check out this event featuring 20 of the world's most skilled Irish dancers and musicians. Carol of the Kings brings an exciting story of love that will transport the audience to a new time and place.

Home for the Holidays

When: December 7, 7:30 p.m. Where: Edwin J. Thomas Performing Arts Hall, The University of Akron Join the Akron Symphony Orchestra as they ring in the holidays with an evening of traditional carols, inspiring songs and holiday cheer. There's also a rumor that a certain special visitor from the North Pole will be making an appearance so make sure to reserve your seat soon!

A Christmas Carol

When: December 7-23, Fridays at 8 pm, Saturdays at 2 and 8 p.m., Sundays at 2 p.m. Where: The Players Guild Theatre, Canton Holiday events in Akron and Canton 2018

Photo courtesy of The Players Guild Theatre

See the story of Ebenezer Scrooge brought to life! This classic Christmas story will surely get you into the holiday spirit.

Home Sweet Home : A Gingerbread Tradition

When: December 8, 1-5 p.m. Where: Fieldcrest Estate, Canton Don't buy the prepackaged gingerbread houses this year, go visit Fieldcrest Estate and build one there! This event is perfect for families, friends, couples or crafty singles. Visitors get to choose their floor plans to build and decorate, so you can create an original masterpiece. Reservations are required.

Santa Fly-In 2018

When: December 9, 1 p.m. Where: Akron Canton Airport Holiday Events in Canton and Akron Ohio

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Santa left the reindeer behind this year and is arriving in Akron and Canton a little differently — by plane! Go watch him touch down and get a photo of your loved ones with Santa. In return, you are asked to bring a food donation for the Reserves/National Guard Family Services Food Pantry that services troops stationed at the Akron Canton Airport.

Holiday Pops 2018

When: December 9, 3 p.m. Where: Umstattd Performing Arts Hall, Canton Join the Canton Symphony Orchestra for their celebration of the holiday season! Sing along to some of your favorite carols and listen to beautiful renditions of holiday songs. Individual tickets are on sale now.

A Charlie Brown Christmas Live on Stage

When: December 14, 7:30 p.m. Where: Akron Civic Theatre Don't miss out on this opportunity to see a Christmas classic live on stage. This is a fresh take on A Charlie Brown Christmas so you'll be experiencing the storyline in a completely new way. This Peanuts experience also includes an intermission — and after the show, audience members are invited to join the Peanuts gang in singing Christmas favorites!

It's a Wonderful Life

When: December 14, 8 p.m. Where: Avenue Arts Marketplace + Theatre, Canton The story of It's a Wonderful Life is a natural for a stage adaptation. Come watch the saga of George Bailey as he discovers how amazing his life really is, live on stage. Support your local theater and experience the true meaning of Christmas!

Christmas Music Celebration by Majestic Voice

When: December 15, 7:00 p.m. Where: Canton Palace Theatre Celebrating 10 years of making Christmas memories, bring the whole family to enjoy holiday carols, heartwarming new melodies, a rockin' band segment, and a singalong! Majestic Voice Chorus will be joined by dancers from "A Time to Dance" in North Canton, featuring ballet, a chorus line and Irish Step Dancing.

Lightwire Theater presents A Very Electric Christmas

When: December 15, 7:30 p.m. Where: Akron Civic Theatre After gaining recognition on America's Got Talent and TRU TV's Fake Off, Lightwire Theater has gone on to perform all over the world. By using a combination of puppetry, theater and dance with the music of holiday classics, Lightwire Theater promises an exhilarating holiday experience for the whole family.

Swim with Santa

When: December 16, 1-4 p.m. Where: Massillon Recreation Center Santa Claus is coming to town, but he needs a break. To relax, he decided to pay a visit to the Massillon Rec Center for a swim and some cookies. Bring your kids to join him! They'll be able to hang out with Santa while listening to some Christmas music and taking a dip themselves. You must have proper swim attire to participate in the event.

Cirque Dreams Holidaze

When: December 18, 7:30 p.m. Where: E.J. Thomas Performing Arts Hall, The University of Akron Over 300 incredible costumes, 20 world-class acts, amazing singers, and original music, as well as seasonal favorites come together in a two-hour breathtaking event. Boston Globe calls it "Entrancing… Las Vegas meets family entertainment". You don't want to miss this high-flying spectacle this season!

Wizards of Winter

When: December 22, 7 p.m. Where: Akron Civic Theatre This is a holiday rock event for the whole family, featuring former members of classic rock giants — Rainbow, Alice Cooper, Ted Nugent Band and others — along with Broadway and Theater veterans. This diverse group will perform a holiday rock opera titled "Tales Beneath a Northern Star". Join them on their journey inside a snow globe in search of the true meaning of Christmas.

The Polar Express – The Movie

When: December 23, 2:30 p.m. Where: Akron Civic Theatre Experience this holiday classic on the big screen! Akron Civic Theatre will be playing The Polar Express in their gorgeous theater for free — all you need is a ticket which you can get from the Akron Civic Box Office. These tickets are almost gone, so get yours soon!

Have a Happy Holiday!

However you and your family decide to celebrate the holidays this year, remember to stay safe and have fun. From all of us at Cutler Real Estate, have a happy holiday season!
August
21

14 Must-Attend Labor Day Weekend Events in Cleveland, Akron and the Surrounding Areas

Labor Day weekend unofficially marks the last weekend of summer, but that doesn't mean it's a somber occasion. On the contrary, the holiday typically warrants a day off from school and work to explore local attractions and attend countless celebratory events and festivals around town. We rounded up 14 of the most highly anticipated Labor Day weekend events in Cleveland, Akron and the surrounding areas, including free yoga classes, comedy festivals, foodie-centric soirées and family-friendly gatherings. Let's send summer off in style!  

Accidental Comedy Fest

When: August 29-September 2, showtimes vary Where: Pickwick & Frolic, Cleveland   The seventh annual Accidental Comedy Fest is slated to be more entertaining than ever before, showcasing the biggest names in Cleveland comedy as well as emerging talent from all over the country! Come get your belly laughs at one of the nine main shows between Wednesday, August 29 and Sunday, September 2. Get tickets  

The Great Geauga County Fair

When: August 30-September 3, times vary Where: 14373 North Cheshire Street, Burton County Fair Cleveland Since 1823, The Great Geauga County Fair has delighted residents and visitors alike with livestock, live entertainment, mouthwatering fair food, thrilling rides and so much more. This year, the festival is expecting more than 13,000 exhibits, over 2,000 animals, hundreds of commercial displays and vendors, and contests such as chicken flying, frog jumping and the diaper dash. And if you can't imagine what those contests would look like, you'll have to come see for yourself!  

The St. Rocco Festival

When: August 30-September 3, times vary   Where: St. Rocco Parish, Cleveland Hosted at St. Rocco Parish annually in the Clark-Fulton neighborhood, this festival is a hit year after year! Rides, games, live music and delicious Italian bites collide to create a fun experience the entire family can enjoy.  

Lotus Summerdance

When: August 30-September 2, times vary Where: Nelson Ledges Quarry Park, Garrettsville Lotus, Broccoli Samurai, Luke the Knife, and Eli Winderman are just a few of the names performing at this exciting electronic festival at Nelson Ledges Quarry Park — and Lotus will headline on Friday, Saturday and Sunday! While you're dancing, enjoy bites from food trucks, local vendors and more.  

Believe in CLE

When: August 31, 6:30-9:30 p.m.  Where: The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Cleveland Believe in CLE

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Attention, yogis! You won't want to miss this outdoor yoga festival at Cleveland's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Enjoy a gigantic yoga class that is perfect for all levels and stay for food, beer, a DJ and more until 9:30 p.m. Admission is completely free — all you need to bring is your mat and a few of your favorite people!  

Dinner With Strangers

When: August 31, 7-10 p.m.  Where: Toby's Plaza, Cleveland Hosted by the Museum of Contemporary Art Cleveland, this event allows you to enjoy a complimentary, three-course meal al fresco with familiar (and not so familiar) faces! The casual networking dinner will take place off-site at Toby's Plaza and will feature food from some of Uptown's best restaurants.  

Cleveland National Air Show

When: September 1-3, times vary Where: The Burke Lakefront Airport, Cleveland Cleveland Air Show The Cleveland National Air Show has been a local tradition since 1964. The thrilling show combines educational exhibits with flybys and tactical demonstrations by air teams. There are also plenty of interactive activities on the ground! Bring the whole family to get cockpit photos, meet pilots and enjoy the show.  

Cleveland Oktoberfest

When: August 31-September 3, times vary Where: The Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds, Berea
Weiner dog races, beer stein-holding competitions, polka dancing and more await you at Cleveland's Oktoberfest! This annual festival invites you to don silly hats and lederhosen to celebrate German culture and indulge in delicious treats like bratwurst, pierogi, goulash, wienerschnitzel and more. Plus, there will be free-flowing beer at booths around the festival.  

Made in Ohio Art & Craft Festival

When: August 31-September 2, times vary Where: Hale Farm & Village, Bath Crafts, music, culinary goods and more await you at this local festival — and it's all made right here in Ohio! Celebrate our local artists and performers over Labor Day weekend and peruse the vendor booths to find something good to take home.    

Summer Sunset Blast

When: September 1-2, 3-10 p.m.  Where: Silver Springs Park, Stow Featuring fireworks, kids' activities, festival food, refreshing beverages and interactive games, the Summer Sunset Blast is the best way to celebrate the end of the summer if you're in the area. Bring the whole family to climb the rock wall, dance along to live music and play bubble soccer! The fireworks take place on Sunday evening as the grand finale of the event.  

SEUCC JazzFest

When: September 1, 2-7 p.m.  Where: South Euclid United Church of Christ, South Euclid Award-winning jazz musicians from across Northeast Ohio will perform at this five-hour outdoor concert. Tap along to the beats while you peruse offerings from local food trucks and soak in the sunshine. Proceeds benefit the SEUCC CDF Freedom School, a summer literacy and empowerment program that helps curb summer learning loss and close achievement gaps.  

Cleveland Pops Concert

When: September 1, 7 p.m. Where: Ely Square, Elyria CLE POPS.jpeg The Cleveland Pops Orchestra is known for its stellar, jaw-dropping concerts performed on the Fourth of July, Labor Day and several other occasions throughout the year. In honor of Labor Day, come enjoy this free concert in Ely Square, featuring world-class jazz and blues music.  

The Great Trail Arts & Crafts Festival

When: September 1-3, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Where: 6331 Canton Road, Malvern The Great Trail Festival is a celebration of American Folk Art — both contemporary and traditional. This unique experience invites you to discover local artists and take a step back in time with living history demonstrations. It's guaranteed to be fun for the whole family!  

Taste of Hudson

When: September 2-3, times vary Where: Downtown Hudson It would be wise to come hungry to this foodie-targeted festival in Hudson! The event over Labor Day weekend is highly anticipated year after year and features more than a dozen local restaurants offering up small bites. While you're tasting the local flavors, make sure to check out the interactive children's area, the wine and beer garden, the live performances, and more than 75 vendor and artist booths!  

Enjoy your three day weekend!

What Labor Day event are you most looking forward to this year? Let us know in the comments!
May
24

Things To Do Over The Fourth of July in the Akron and Canton Area

242 years ago, our founding fathers signed our great nation into existence — giving us one heck of a reason to celebrate! Fourth of July presents the chance to gather with friends and family, enjoy fireworks and barbecues, and venture out to some of the area's celebratory events. There are so many fun things happening in the Akron and Canton area this year in celebration of our independence, but we rounded up some of our favorites to help you plan. So gather your loved ones, don your patriotic apparel and get ready to make this a holiday to remember!    

Military Appreciation Night for the Akron RubberDucks | Akron

When: June 29, 7:05 pm Where: Canal Park          Akron RubberDucks

Photo courtesy of David Monseur via the Akron RubberDucks

Root for the home team at this patriotic ball game! The Akron RubberDucks, Akron's beloved baseball team, invites the local community to cheer them on in celebration of our country. After all, baseball is America's national pastime. Military members, veterans and their families will all receive $5 tickets.  

The 41st Annual Rib, White & Blue Festival | Akron

When: June 29-July 4. Times vary. Where: Lock 3 Park Live music, vendor booths, family-friendly activities and the smell of barbecue in the air — it doesn't get much better than this! Come sample offerings from some of the area's best barbecue vendors — all serving up ribs, chicken, pork, brisket, roasted vegetables and so much more. You'll need as much fuel as possible to dance the night away! Admission is free for all six days.  

4th of July Fireworks Show & Race at Barberton Speedway | Norton

When: June 29, sunset Where: Barberton Speedway It's always a good day at the Speedway! Come witness the excitement of the car race followed by a brilliant fireworks display over the tracks.  

Grape Escape: Red White and Blush | Akron

When: June 30, 7:30 pm Where: Akron Northside Station Grape Escape

Graphic courtesy of the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad 

All aboard! The Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad invites you to join in a special patriotic wine excursion on the weekend before Independence Day. Explore the beauty of Cuyahoga Valley National Park on a two-hour train ride while sipping on wine. Each passenger will be served five wine tastings and several appetizers, and additional beverages and food will be available for purchase.  

City of Champions Independence Day Festival | Massillon

When: July 3, 5-10:30 pm Where: Tommy Henrich Drive Northwest This free annual festival in Massillon is sure to go off with a bang! Enjoy a thrilling live performance from RadioActive Band and then enjoy the fireworks display at 10 pm. There will be food vendors, kid-friendly activities, and the annual Li'l Miss Liberty & Li'l Uncle Sam Event (a pageant-style contest for children ages 3-8).  

The Firecracker Run | Stow

When: July 4, 7:30 am Where: 3179 Kent Road Throw on your running shoes and come celebrate America at Stow's 40th Annual Firecracker Run. The 3K fun run and the four-mile race will take place on the Fourth of July Parade route. 70s attire is encouraged and winners will receive groovy medals.  

The Stow Fourth of July Parade | Stow

When: July 4 Where: From the Stow-Kent Shopping Center down Kent Road Every year, the city of Stow throws a magnificent parade through the streets. This year's event is expected to be bigger than ever before, featuring more than 100 entries and thousands of viewers. The theme this year is "Welcome to the Sixties," so dress accordingly!  

The North Canton Fourth of July Celebration | North Canton

When: July 4, 10:30 am-10:30 pm Where: Hoover High School The North Canton Jaycees take their Fourth of July Celebration seriously! This annual event features a community parade in the morning followed by a red, white and blue celebration in the park. At night, the skies will come alive with a magnificent fireworks display.  

Fun Run and Parade in Bicentennial Park | Aurora

When: July 5, 11 am-3 pm Where: Kiwanis-Moore Park Come join in the Fourth of July fun at Aurora's Bicentennial Park. The parade kicks off at 11 am at Barrington Town Square, and the subsequent festival will include live music, food trucks, community activities and fireworks after dusk. If you'd like to participate in the fun run (which takes place before the parade), register in advance here.  

Happy Fourth of July!

Looking for more local events? Check out this list of the most highly anticipated summer festivals in Akron and Canton, and make sure to follow us on Twitter for more up-to-date information.
April
27

10 Things to Do Over Memorial Day Weekend in the Akron + Canton Area

Looking for events going on during Memorial Day weekend 2019? Check out our latest guide: 14 Things to Do This Memorial Day Weekend in the Akron & Canton Area

Although our fallen soldiers and veterans deserve the utmost respect every day of the year, Memorial Day sets aside some time for Americans to honor them in style. The three-day weekend also marks the first unofficial weekend of summer, and many take the time to go camping with their families or splash around in a local swimming pool. This upcoming Memorial Day weekend is filled with festivals, heartfelt ceremonies and community gatherings — so there is no excuse to miss out! We rounded up some of the best local events in the Akron and Canton area for your convenience. Enjoy your holiday!  

Vintage Canton | Canton

When: Thursday, May 24, 4:30-9:30 pm Where: Market Avenue Vintage Canton

Photo courtesy of The Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce

This sophisticated soiree takes place in the heart of downtown Canton and features live music, art exhibits and top-notch wine from all over the world. Enjoy samples from your favorite wineries (or craft beer in the beer garden) and taste bites from the best Stark County restaurants. Vendors this year include Gervasi Vineyard, Nauti Vine Winery, Red Head Wines and so many more!   

Festival Fridays | Louisville

When: Friday, May 25, 5 pm Where: Old Nimishillen Grange

Photo courtesy of the Louisville Area Chamber of Commerce

Festival Fridays take place once per month during the summer, but Memorial Day marks the first event of 2018! The event is a fabulous way to celebrate the end of the week and the beginning of a long weekend, and features local vendors, crafts, a beer garden, food trucks, family-friendly activities, a car show and a live performance from Ricky Lee!  

Day Out With Thomas on the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad | Peninsula

When: Friday-Sunday, May 25-27, times vary Where: Departing from Boston Mills Brandywine Ski Resort CVSR

Photo courtesy of Robert George via the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad

Kids will love this specialized train ride in which Thomas the Tank Engine will lead passengers through the Ohio countryside on a magical excursion. Enjoy magic shows, bounce houses, balloon houses, and demonstrations that will teach children everything they want to know about trains.  

The Color Vibe 5K Run | Akron

When: Saturday, May 26, 9 am Where: Lock 3 Park Color Vibe Get ready for the most vibrant, fun-filled run of your life! Run or walk the 5k course through Akron, beginning and ending at Lock 3. Participants will be blasted with colored powder at each station which makes for a bright, beautiful and fun celebration at the finish line. Proceeds benefit the Ronald McDonald House. Don't miss it!  

Ode to Otters at the Akron Zoo | Akron

When: Saturday, May 26, 8-10 am Where: The Akron Zoo Celebrate everything we love about otters at this fun event! The Akron Zoo will host a special breakfast in honor of the adorable creatures complete with crafts, cookie decorating and (of course) otter appearances. Update: This event has sold out. Try back next year!   

ShakesBEER: Twelfth Night | Akron

When: Saturday, May 26, 8 pm Where: The lobby bar at Greystone Hall ShakesBeer

Photo courtesy of the Ohio Shakespeare Festival

Brought to you by the Ohio Shakespeare Festival, ShakesBEER provides a lively, quirky and fun-filled take on your favorite Shakespeare plays. On Memorial Day weekend, experience Twelfth Night as you've never experienced it before. Enjoy a pint with the crew (the actors will be drinking right along with you) and a reading of one of this iconic playwright's funniest scripts. Add a dollar to your favorite character's jar and he or she will take a sip.  

Blossom Time Festival and Parade | Chagrin Falls

When: Thursday-Sunday, May 24-28, times vary Where: Various locations Every year, the Chagrin Valley Jaycees throw a spectacular festival over Memorial Day weekend. The event will take place at Riverside Park in the picturesque Chagrin Falls and will include a carnival, food and drink vendors, and plenty of family-friendly activities. Don't miss the grand parade through downtown — a highlight of the festival and one of the most popular parades in the area.  

The Memorial Day Weekend Flea Market | Hartville

When: Thursday-Monday, May 24-28, all day (closed on Sunday) Where: Hartville MarketPlace & Flea Market Memorial Day Flea

Photo courtesy of the Hartville MarketPlace

Over Memorial Day weekend, the Hartville MarketPlace & Flea Market hosts one of its largest markets of the year! Shop from more than 1,000 local vendors in the indoor/outdoor venue. There will also be food and beverages to refuel when you need a break from wandering!  

Memorial Day Parade and Ceremony | Canton

When: Monday, May 18, 10 am Where: Timken High School The annual Memorial Day parade will begin at 10 am and will wind from Timken High School through town to Monument Park. Afterward, stay for a beautiful ceremony to honor fallen military members at the McKinley National Memorial.    

Memorial Day Breakfast, Parade, Ceremony + Car Show | Green

When: Monday, May 28, 7 am-3 pm Where: The Green High School Parking Lot Fuel up with a free pancake breakfast at Fire Station #1 before Memorial Day festivities in Green! You will definitely need your energy. Following breakfast, the Memorial Day parade will begin and end at the Green High School Parking lot, winding its way through town with colorful floats, an abundance of American flags and more. Afterward, head over to the Veterans Memorial Park for the memorial ceremony honoring fallen soldiers and veterans. A free community picnic and antique car show will take place after the ceremony!  

Enjoy your long weekend!

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