Category: Community Events

Community Events

Registration System is Down

11/1/18 at 8am: Our registration and facilities system, Active Network’s MaxGalaxy, is experiencing a global outage.  They are working to resolve the issue.  Please call the KCE office at 440-543-2552 to register over the phone, or try online later today.  We apologize for the inconvenience.

11/1/18 11:00am: The registration system is back up.  Thank you for your patience.

Swing Dance with Blue Lunch on November 2nd

Blue Lunch plays live at the Bainbridge Swing Dance. Sponsored by Kenston Community Education at Kenston Timmons Elementary School, 9595 East Washington Street. Dance lesson at 8pm. Dance and live music 9-11:30pm. $10 for youth (9-17 years), $15 for adults (18+ years), $35 per family (not friends), free for 8 years and younger. Admission includes lesson and dance.

It is fun… it is exciting… it is approximately 200 people swing dancing in your backyard the first Friday of every month. It is really “the happening place” in Bainbridge. The best floor… the best bands… the best atmosphere… an absolute “must do.” An hour dance lesson followed by a dance, with live music and refreshments, offered the first Friday of every month. You cannot afford to miss it! Each dance begins with a one hour lesson followed by three hours of dancing. FOR SINGLES OR COUPLES.

Kenston vs. Chardon 10/19 Presale Tickets

Presale ticket available at the KCE office!

Thursday, October 18th 9:00 am to 4:00 pm
Friday, October 19th 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM

Gardiner Center, 9421 Bainbridge Road

Cash or check accepted
$6 Adult / $4 Students

Kenston Softball Fundraiser – Jersey Mike’s 10/10/18

October 10th 4pm-8pm

30% of all sales at Jersey Mike’s will go to towards the Kenston High School Softball team when you mention the fundraiser or bring in a flyer!

Come enjoy a sub and support the girls!
Jersey Mike’s at 8440 E. Washington Street, Bainbridge



Kenston Community ALICE Training

Thursday, November 8, 2018 
7pm at Gardiner Center GC-C5 

Join Sgt. Frank Chickos of the Bainbridge Police Department to learn about ALICE (which stands for alert, lockdown, inform, counter, evacuate), a training method utilized in the Kenston Schools that teaches techniques that can reduce injuries and casualties in the event of an active shooter. ALICE differs from the lockdown/shelter-in-place approach previously used by many districts across the country. ALICE is part of Kenston’s emergency operations plan.

ALICE empowers staff and students to make informed decisions about how to best ensure their own safety during an active shooter event, especially before authorities arrive on the scene or when they are not immediately available.

COST: FREE!   Online Registration Required