Perry’s Victory & International Peace Memorial

Perry’s Victory and International Peace Memorial is a 52-foot Doric column built in 1915 to…

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Ohio State University Aquatic Visitors Center

Learn about native fish and invasive species of Lake Erie at Ohio State University’s Aquatic…

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Ohio Sea Grant Open House

Have you ever been curious about the Lake Erie science that takes place at Stone…

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Lakeside Antique Show

More than 85 dealers display antiques in Wo-Ho-Mis, South Auditorium, Wesley Lodge and the adjacent…

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Vermilion Harbor Triathlon & Duathlon

The fifth stop of the FIT Family Series is along the shoreline of Lake Erie…

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Lakeside Symphony Orchestra

Hear Lakeside Chautauqua’s new conductor, Daniel Meyer, lead the Lakeside Symphony Orchestra in its 56th…

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Lakeside Symphony Orchestra

Hear Lakeside Chautauqua’s new conductor, Daniel Meyer, lead the Lakeside Symphony Orchestra in its 56th…

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All Washed Up driftwood art contest

Main Street Vermilion will host its first driftwood art contest, All Washed Up.  Start looking…

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Lakeside Symphony Orchestra

Hear Lakeside Chautauqua’s new conductor, Daniel Meyer, lead the Lakeside Symphony Orchestra in its 56th…

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Kelleys Island Homecoming

Homecoming celebrates a return to the Kelleys Island you love. Friday, the fun starts at…

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Lakeside Symphony Orchestra

Hear Lakeside Chautauqua’s new conductor, Daniel Meyer, lead the Lakeside Symphony Orchestra in its 56th…

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Chalk It Up Vermilion

Starting at noon, watch as the roads and walks along Main Street begin filling up…

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Sandusky named one of top fishing towns

By Laura Johnston | June 6, 2019

On top of winning USA Today’s No. 1 coastal city contest, Sandusky has been named one of the top seven fishing spots in the Great Lakes. Fishingbooker.com lauded the Lake Erie small town for its populous walley and perch, sheltered bay and ice fishing. “If you haven’t tried ice fishing before, just know that there are few…

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13 ways to get out on Lake Erie this summer

By Laura Johnston | May 30, 2019

Rent a kayak. Hunt for beach glass. Fish. We can all get our blue mind on this summer on Lake Erie, even if we don’t own a boat. See the full list of possibilities on cleveland.com/rock-the-lake.

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Sandusky booming for residents, tourists: See the big downtown developments

By Laura Johnston | May 16, 2019

Sandusky just celebrated its bicentennial. And the capital of Lake Erie vacationland is planning its future. For the full story, see cleveland.com/rock-the-lake.

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2019 Lake Erie harmful algal bloom predicted to be worse than last year

By Laura Johnston | May 15, 2019

Bad news for Lake Erie lovers — especially in the western basin. An early prediction says the annual harmful algal bloom will be worse this year than last. That’s because of heavy rain in April. See the full story at cleveland.com/rock-the-lake.

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Lakeside Chautauqua plans performing arts, welcome centers

By Laura Johnston | April 29, 2019

The venerable Lakeside Chautauqua is making big plans for its future, including a new welcome center and museum at its entrance on the Marblehead peninsula, a performing arts center in a shuttered school and a better connection to Lake Erie. See what’s included in Lakeside’s master plan on cleveland.com/rock-the-lake.

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