Yes, we’re sad summer is over. The days are growing shorter, and the weather is growing cooler.
But you don’t have to put away your stand-up paddleboard yet. And there are plenty of fall events to celebrate on Lake Erie.
Here’s a taste.
For more events, any time of year, visit rockthelake.com/events.
Put-in-Bay Historical Weekend: Enjoy art and music at Perry’s International Victory and Peace Memorial, and check out the light display.
Rock the Light: Support Port Clinton lighthouse with an outdoor concert? Yes, please!
North Coast Harbor Boat Show: See the latest models, and take them for a spin at the second annual boat show at Rock and Dock in downtown Cleveland, behind the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Head of the Cuyahoga: Watch the 22nd annual regatta, which draws collegiate, youth and masters rowers from across the United States and Canada.
Avon Lake Bicentennial Beer Festival: Celebrate Avon Lake’s 200th anniversary and taste some great brew on the shores of Lake Erie.
U.S. Sailing Team Championships: The Foundry is hosting the event, which will draw teams as far as New Zealand, at the Old Coast Guard Station. Watch from Whiskey Island.
Lakeside-Marblehead Lighthouse Festival: Stroll around Lakeside Chautauqua or climb the most photographed lighthouse on the Great Lakes. Check out the cute shops in Marblehead, too!