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Hosts Gerry Vogel and Shea Alltmont are joined by special guest Nick Kelley as they preview the Library's upcoming schedule of events for the month of November.
Highlights from Boo by the Woods, featuring the Trail of Haunted Tales, held on October 21, 2017.
Eva Starr discusses astrology and metaphysics and speaks with her guest, Marilyn Zeidner, from Music on a Mission. An Avon Lake based non-profit, Music on a Mission uses the power of music to enrich the lives of individuals with special needs by providing creative, interactive programming.
Homecoming Parade 2017 held October 7, 2017
Avon Lake councilman David Kos meets with the LCADA Way's Lisa Goodwin and Communities That Care of Lorain County's Tim Williams to discuss the city's changes to its underage drinking law.
Veteran Ray Pycraft received the French Legion of Honor Medal for his military service during the Second World War. The ceremony was held at Avon Lake's American Legion Post 211 on September 27, 2017.
Avon Lake's annual Big Trucks event was held at the Avon Lake Safety Center on September 16th.
Held on October 9, 2017 at the Avon Lake Safety Center
Avon Lake Public hosted the launch party for Keyes-Walker second book.
Held at Walker Road Park on September 23, 2017.
Eva Starr discusses astrology and metaphysics with her guest, Jurassic Punk singer Marysa Brogan. Also, Marysa sings "Bobby McGee", accompanied by her brother, guitarist Jonmichael Brogan.
Recovery is possible shares four stories of recovery: Harriet, Ferrell, and Steven share their experiences with addiction and finding recovery, and Karen shares her struggle as a parent of an addicted child. Their stories are different, but their message is the same: Recovery is Possible.
Avon Lake City Council candidates Marty O'Donnell, Zach Arnold, and Karl "KC" Zuber visit the set of The Jackie-O Show.
Avon Lake City Council candidates Bob Brooks and Willie Schuette visit the set of The Jackie-O Show.
Janet Bird of the Lorain County Historical Society gives a presentation on the stories about the use of quilts and songs during the time of the Underground Railroad.