This two-day, outdoor market will be held at Sherod Park, an expansive lakeside park just minutes west of charming Harbortown of downtown Vermilion. We are looking for boutique vendors who sell vintage, shabby or chic furniture, vintage décor, architectural salvage, as well as handmade home décor, clothing, jewelry, and art.  Share:

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Art ties the summer — and families — together at Lakeside Chautauqua. Classes include painting, dancing, music and more for all ages, at just about any time of day. You can even make soap to take home for Christmas gifts. See how you can get involved at the private community on Lake Erie, with the…

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From the tranquil headquarters near Burton to the busy industrial channel in downtown Cleveland, the Cuyahoga River is gorgeous. Photographers captured the river’s beauty, over seasons and years, in the West Creek Conservancy’s Crooked River Contrasts exhibit. Go see it, or see all the photos on cleveland.com/rock-the-lake. Share:

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Fairport Harbor will be decorated with spinning, two-sided painted fish this summer, for the Fish Out of Water art exhibit. You can apply to paint a piece of this public art, especially with a beach theme. See all the details at cleveland.com/rock-the-lake. Share:

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The Arts on Bridge Street is a premier arts festival located in the Historic Ashtabula Harbor.  Located on the shore of Lake Erie and nestled along the Ashtabula River, this two-day festival celebrates the arts in a variety of medias.  Stroll around and allow your senses to be delighted by musical acts, visual artists, performance…

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Join beach glass collector and jewelry designer, Beth Lampe Martin, to create your own banner wrap pendant. All supplies are provided, including tools and required materials. Each class is limited to 10 students, and you must register in-person, in advance, at the Avon Lake Public Library check-out circulation desk. Share:

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All are welcome in Lakeside Chautauqua. All can participate in the community’s myriad activities, from art classes to shuffleboard. The 1-square-mile private community, which was just named one of the 10 best little beach towns on the Great Lakes, draws 150,000 visitors each year to the shores of Lake Erie. It has a gate fee…

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