Category: Community Events

Community Events

Auburn Community Picnic 2019

09/14/2019 Auburn Community Picnic – 12:00 to 6:00pm @ Auburn Community Park, 17484 Munn Rd

Join us!

ACTIVITIES:

12:30pm – 3:30pm Cracker Jack the Clown – Balloon animals

 2:00pm – 4:00pmDr. UR Awesome – Professional Bubbleologist & World Record Setter

ENTERTAINMENT:   

MC Host & Game Caller Extraordinaire, Mr. Mathew Blowers (AKA Bildad Bradley)

12:30pm – 2:30pmPROFIT BAND – Jim Jacobs

3:30pm – 5:30pmDAVID LOY & THE RAMRODS

FOOD:

The Bus Stop Food Truck ;     Cotterman’s County Fair Waffles;     Iscream Truck;     Java on Wheels;

Nacho’s & Cheese; Lemonade; Hot Dogs; & Free Popcorn

Boy Scouts (pre-sale) Dinners – $10.00    Call 440-543-7028 for tickets

KHS Football Presale Tickets – Kenston vs. West Geauga

Kenston Community Education will be selling presale tickets for varsity football home games for the 2019 season at the KCE office – 9421 Bainbridge Road.

Thursdays: 10am – 4pm
Fridays: 10am – 12pm

Adults: $6
Students: $4
Under 5 & 60 and over are free

KCE will accept cash or checks made payable to KCE.
Credit cards are not accepted.

Go Bombers!

KHS Football Presale Tickets – Kenston vs. Chagrin Falls

Kenston Community Education will be selling presale tickets for varsity football home games for the 2019 season at the KCE office – 9421 Bainbridge Road.

Thursdays: 10am – 4pm
Fridays: 10am – 12pm

Adults: $6
Students: $4
Under 5 & 60 and over are free

KCE will accept cash or checks made payable to KCE.
Credit cards are not accepted.

Go Bombers!

Kenston Campus Parking on Saturday 8/31

Labor Day Weekend is always an exciting one and this year is no different. On Saturday 8/31, Kenston will host:

  • Annual Gibas Cross Country Invitational beginning at 8:30am,
  • Kenston JV football versus Black River at 10:00am
  • JV/Varsity soccer doubleheader versus Berea-Midpark beginning at 1:00pm.

There will be a charge for parking at our Gibas event from 6:30am-11:00am but football and soccer spectators will be provided with areas to park for those events at no charge.  Since much goes into the operation of the Gibas event, we hope all guests will respect the parking areas that are outlined on the attached map.

We hope to have a beautiful day for all of our competitions and hope you can join us.  

2019 Bainbridge Ox Roast & Fun Run

August 24, 2019

The 8th Annual Community Ox Roast
is scheduled for Saturday August 24, 2019
at Centerville Mills Park; 12:30 p.m. – 8:30 p.m.

Our dinner consists of a generous portion of slow-roasted sliced roast beef, homemade baked beans, fresh-picked Sirna’s corn-on-the-cob,  dinner roll, side salad, and one soft drink/water.   A children’s meal consists of a hot dog, macaroni & cheese or chips, and a soft drink/water.  Each Ox Roast ticket gives access to all of the day’s activities, entertainment, and events as well (except Fun Run – see at right).   Beer Garden access for those 21 and over.

​Proceeds from our Ox Roast support student scholarships, the Bainbridge Area Food for Friends food pantry, and philanthropic donations to community programs. 

The Community Ox Roast is a great way for our many community organizations to showcase what they are about, as well as bring the community together to share in a great day of fun.  A schedule of events featuring these organizations is being developed and will be posted here once organized.  The day is geared for all ages.  Look forward to great food and fun at Centerville Mills!

The Bainbridge Mens’ Civic Club recognizes the following organizations for their support of the Ox Roast:

  • The Spirit of Bainbridge
  • Hamlet Village
  • Perfect-a-Smile Dental Group
  • Heinen’s
  • Sirna’s Farm & Market
  • TransColonial Auto Service
  • Minuteman Press
  • Highway Auto
  • Kenston Education Association
  • Kenston Community Education
  • Bainbridge Women’s Club
  • Bainbridge Area Food for Friends

TICKETS AVAILABLE at Oxroast.org

Prices
Full meal times: 12:30 – 8:30 p.m.
$20 Full/Adult Meal
$6 Hot Dog Meal

NEW!  Sandwich-only meal times (while supplies last): 4:00 – 8:30 p.m.

The Beer Garden will be back again this year!  Complement your meal with a domestic or craft beer!

FUN RUN!
Work up an appetite with us on this fun 2-mile run/walk prior to the event. Registration starts at 10:00 a.m., run begins at 11:00 a.m. Every Fun Run registration will include a full meal ticket for the Ox Roast, plus a commemorative Ox Roast T-shirt.
$25 Adults
$15 Kids (12 & under)
(COMING SOON) Schedule of Events

Specific schedule to be determined.  Please check back!  

In the meantime, if you have a talent and are interested in entering into our Ox Roast Talent Show, please reach out to:  OXROASTTALENTSHOW2019@GMAIL.COM

Swing Dance with Blue Lunch August 2nd

Swing Dance with Blue Lunch

Friday, August 2nd
8:00pm Lesson
9:00pm Dance
Bainbridge Town Hall, 17826 Chillicothe Road

Open in Facebook

All ages and experience welcome – pay at the door

Blue Lunch is a late 1940’s and early 1950’s band featuring a three-piece horn section, upright bass, drums, keyboards, guitar, and harmonica, along with multiple singers and harmonies.

This public, family-friendly event is open to all ages. No partner is required for the lesson or the dance. Admission is $10 per adult, $8 per youth or $25 per family. Admission includes the 8:00 p.m. lesson and 9:00 p.m. live performance and dance. A different live band performs the first Friday of every month. For additional information, please contact Will Craig by calling (216) 316-0068 or E-mailing willrcraig@gmail.com. Sponsored by Kenston Community Education.

Geauga Park District Earth Day Extravaganza 2019

Saturday, April 27 • 11 AM to 3 PM at The West Woods

Facebook Event Complete Schedule of Events

Celebrate Earth Day “Natural Resource Management-style” with amphibian/reptile displays, bird banding, wildlife presentations, a plant giveaway, a wild edible cooking demonstration, the return of the Garlic Mustard Pull Challenge (with prize baskets for first, second and third places), the Wrap It Up Food Truck, a pinecone bird feeder Nature craft for kids and more!

Featured among the wildlife presentations will be bat expert Maria Monarchino at 1:30 p.m. discussing the ecological importance of Red Bats.

Finally, art created from recycled materials will also be on display and for sale by local artisans: reclaimed wood artwork by The Shop Girls, and horseshoe and reclaimed materials artwork by David Detweiler & Aaron Yoder.

There’s certainly something for everyone here. We hope you’ll stop by to celebrate with us!

Auburn Township is Seeking Your Support!

The Auburn Board of Trustees has been actively seeking grants to update our community park. Many grant applications ask if the township residents support the direction in which the grant funding is being used.

We see a need for a picnic shelter / pavilion at the Auburn Community Park. It would be a great source of shade to sit under while watching your favorite team play. It also could be made available to rent for private birthday parties, family picnics, etc.

If this is something you would support, please take a minute to fill out this short on-line survey.

Regards,
Nancy Dolezal
Auburn Township Administrative Assistant