Councilman David Kos gave his annual Civil War presentation to the Learwood Middle School 8th grade Civics classes.
Dr. Corrie Weitzel of the Cleveland Clinic Cole Eye Institute and Dr. Cheryl Reed of United Disability Services of Akron discuss the benefits of seeing a low vision specialist at the Low Vision Awareness Fair on May 5th.
Speakers include Mayor Greg Zilka, Avon Lake Regional Water's Chief Utilities Executive Todd Danielson, Lorain Port Authority Economic Development Specialist Tiffany McClelland, and Ohio Environmental Council Northeast Ohio Regional Coordinator Max Schaefer. Presented by the Avon Lake Democrats Club.
Dr. Hernando Zegarra, of the Retina Associates of Cleveland, discusses the current treatments for macular degeneration at the Low Vision Awareness Fair on May 5th.
This historic landmark dedication for the Satter and Bur homesteads took place on April 30, 2017 at the Folger House.
Master Gardener Rosie Daniels presents a program about Creative Container Gardening at the Avon Lake Public Library.
The Avon Lake Public Library hosted Garth Stein, New York Times bestselling author of The Art of Racing in the Rain.
Author Jared Smith discusses the history of the Lorain County Infirmary.
Avon Lake Public Library presents: "Beginning Beekeeping". Kristopher & Evona Gaughan of Gaughan Bee Dancin', discuss beekeeping basics, including: where to place the hive, how to install and feed bees, and how to conduct a hive inspection. This is part 2 of a 2 part series.
Councilwoman Jennifer Fenderbosch speaks with Beth Murphy, Avon-on-the-Lake Garden Club President and registered speaker with Crown Bee Speakers Burear, about her National Garden Club's 2015-2017 Presidential Project Bee GAP program that increases the use of gentle native solitary Mason and Leafcutter bees to improve pollination.
The Avon Lake Public Library presented Joe Archacki's program "Keywords, Content, and SEO" on March 21, 2017.
Author Scott Longert shares some stories about baseball in the 1920's & 1930's, focusing on the Cleveland Indians.
At the Environmental Affairs Advisory Board meeting from March 1st, Beth Murphy gives a presentation on the importance of solitary bees.