Akron Ohio Events
The holidays are just around the corner, and there's plenty to do in Akron and Summit County this holiday season. Join the community by bringing the spirit of this popular event to life with live music, family-friendly activities and fun for children and adults. A dazzling Akron Art Museum with a set of spirited melodies will shake you up.
The Akron GRAD Project annually awards scholarships to students who have successfully met the requirements of the strict Learning Contract. This year, we are awarding a scholarship to a student at Buchtel High School and we will recognize our supportive partners for their contributions to the education system and community in Akron.
The Towpath Trail is part of our park system and we offer seasonal special events to add an extra bit of excitement to your trip. Many parks offer a variety of hiking trails and walking trails as well as other activities throughout the year. Over the years, many parks have offered a wide range of events, from family-friendly activities to family-friendly events.
The 50-acre park at Akron Zoo hosts a variety of animal exhibits and a wide range of educational activities. Events for all ages take place all year round, so check out the website for details. The zoo offers many fun activities for visitors, check out the websites for your visit. Check out our events calendar to see what activities are taking place during your visits.
One idea is to hold a small fireworks display in Akron on July 4th, but although this event has been cancelled, there is a Lock 3-based fireworks display every year on July 3rd.
Become one with nature by following the Seneca path and discover outdoor adventures, whether hiking or camping. There are many wildlife living in the area, including beautiful northern cardinal birds.
Whether you're watching a live show, attending a festival or just relaxing in the countryside, there's something to discover at Lock 3 Park. Listen to a beautiful symphony by the Cleveland Orchestra, enjoy a picnic with friends or family at the picnic table or picnic area in the park, and simply enjoy the Ohio River view from the amphitheater or waterfront.
You have many opportunities to explore this pretty city centre, which is home to a wide range of shops, restaurants, art galleries and more. Take a look at the facades of the buildings that were photographed in the 1800s as you wander through this charming area to marvel at the many jewels on display.
Creative and fun are the make-up - and crafts in Santa's workshop and at an elf dance party. Bring your family and friends along to host an event or party to make your celebration even more fun and special.
LaPlace Events helps you prepare everything for the day of the event, including the planning and planning process, ceremony, reception and even the party itself. In addition to hosting ceremonies and receptions, they can also use rehearsals and rehearsal dinners for special occasions such as weddings, graduations and other special occasions.
For more information about Project GRAD Akron, visit the project's website and www.akronohio.covid19, where you can find the latest information on future events in Akron. Click here for more information about graduation ceremonies and graduations at public schools in Akron. Help us celebrate the programs, services and scholarships we provide to students in Akron Public Schools.
Santa Claus will greet you with "Make S'more" at the end of the day and zoom in live! Join us and our family as we present your favorite stories, songs and rhymes. We invite you and your family to a fun, family-friendly holiday party with live music, games and activities for all ages.
Of course, everything at this bash is Akron-based, but check out the buns and check out all the restaurants! Food and dessert vendors include Dante Boccuzzi of Akron and the famous exhibits of the Museum of Fine Arts. Of course, the bash must be Akron-based - from food and drink to live music and entertainment.
Nearby is the Presidential Library and Museum, which showcase the life and legacy of beloved President Ohioan. The towering monument in particular is a significant highlight, and visitors can climb 108 steps to the top of the monument, the rest accessible on foot, by bike or on horseback. The summer programme starts on Monday, 31 July 2017 and lasts until Friday, 30 June 2018 and ends on Sunday, 6 August 2019 at 8 a.m. Summer programs are held at the Akron Public Library from Monday to Saturday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday to Friday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Saturday and Sunday from noon to 4 p.m. Tickets are available through the Ohio State Library website and online at www.
Some of the proceeds from the show will benefit the Ohio State Library and Akron Public Library Foundation, as well as other local charities.