We have been notified by the City of Westlake that Bradley Rd. is expected to re-open by Oct. 9th. Road construction is taking place on Bradley Road in Westlake between Viking Parkway and the railroad tracks. Naigle Road will remain open.
Friday, October 5 from 6-9 pm – For all ages. Fun for the whole family! Gather everyone up and enjoy hands-on fall activities for the kids, planetarium programs, live wildlife encounters and hayrides for all ages! No need to worry about dinner – we’ve got it covered. Hayrides run rain or shine. Fee: $15/adults;$10/child ages 2 and up; 1 year and under are free (includes dinner). Call 871-2900 to register. 28728 Wolf Rd.
Wednesday, October 10 at 7:30 p.m. – Join resident telescope expert and NASA JPL Solar System Ambassador Bill Reed for SkyQuest: The Night Sky. Take an in-depth tour of the current night sky as we use both of Schuele Planetarium’s star projectors to identify constellations, explore planets and more. Weather permitting, we’ll head outdoors for telescope viewing through our 8-inch Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope. For pre-teens through adults. $7/person
Bay Village Women’s Club Meeting
Thursday, October 11 at 12:30 p.m. – The Bay Village Library, 502 Cahoon Rd. Meet Bay’s New Superintendent of Schools. Get to know Jodie Hausmann, her background and plans for maintaining Bay Schools commitment to excellence. This is a good opportunity to ask questions in an informal atmosphere. Sponsored by The Bay Village Women’s Club. Free admission and open to all.
Saturday, October 13 – Village Project is holding a Fall Clambake from 5:00-9:00 pm on October 13th at Bill and Lisa Priemer’s home at 29814 Lake Road in Bay Village. This event has a limit of only 100 tickets. Deadline to order event tickets is October 8th. We are also selling raffle tickets for a chance to win a Village Project Cooking class for up to 8 ppl (1 for $20 or 3 for $50) up until the day of the clambake (winner need not be present to win). All details for the event and on-line ticket sales can be found at the link below or by visiting our website at www.ourvillageproject.com.
Bethesda on the Bay Blood Drive
Bethesda on the Bay is hosting a blood drive on October 14 from 9 am – 1 pm in the fellowship hall. The drives are open to the community and are being hosted through Life Share. www.lifesharedonor.org. 28607 Wolf Rd.
Wednesday, October 17 at 6:30 p.m. – Calling all local sky enthusiasts! Join us for monthly Astronomy Club and explore the world of astronomy in a fun, social environment. NASA JPL Solar System Ambassador Bill Reed will share what’s new in space, the latest gadgets, “astro-tainment” and mind-blowing facts. Enjoy movie nights in Schuele Planetarium, telescope workshops, stargazing events and more. For ages 12 and up. Free to Members of Lake Erie Nature & Science Center
October 17, 6 p.m. – Bay Village Senior Center, 300 Bryson Lane. Program for seniors, family members and caregivers. This well debated topic will be dissected by senior health care experts in Healthcare at Home and Assisted Living. Our experts will delve into what services are available in your home, at what cost, and how to choose a qualified provider. On the flip side, at what point can you no longer live at home, and what options are available when this time comes? Educating yourself about your options, and when to put them in place, is a key to healthy aging. Presented by Integrity Home Care and Rockport Senior Living. Free and Light refreshments. RSVP 899-3442 or 835-6565 by October 12, 2018.
Saturday, October 20 at 7:30 p.m. – Join our resident telescope expert and NASA JPL Solar System Ambassador Bill Reed for evenings under the stars. We will begin in the planetarium for an update on the night sky then head outside to see the view through our 8-inch Schmidt-Cassegrain telescope. For ages 6 and up. $8/person. 28728 Wolf Rd.
Saturday, October 20 – 5k Run and 1 Mile Walk. Race through beautiful Bay Village starting at Bay Middle School. To register, visit bayvillagefoundation.org.
Peaceful & Proud Veteran Recognition & Lunch
Wednesday October 24 at 11:30 am at the Dwyer Senior Center – Join us as we proudly recognize our community heroes who have served their country with active military service. Hear a powerful presentation by the Hospice of the Western Reserve about the services they provide, tailored to the unique needs of veterans and their families. Registration limited to veterans and a guest. FREE. RSVP 835-6565
Friday, October 26, from 6 – 9 p.m. – Put on your costume and trick or treat through the Center’s Wildlife Gardens! Make a Halloween craft, hop on a hayride and view the stars in a family-friendly holiday show in Schuele Planetarium. We’ll provide dinner so you can relax by a crackling fireplace at this non-scary celebration.Hayrides run rain or shine. For all ages.
Please note: This event is likely to sell out. We recommend registering in advance by visiting www.lensc.org or calling 440-871-2900. $15/adult; $10/child age 2 and up; 1 and under are free (includes dinner).
Saturday, October 27 – Annual Bay Merchants Boo Village Halloween March from 12 noon – 2 pm. Meet at the Bayway Cabin at 12 Noon. Bay Village Auxiliary Police will escort children & parents across Wolf Rd. where children can Trick-or-Treat at Bay Square and at Dover Center Road merchants.
Wednesday, October 31 – Trick-or-Treating is from 6-8 pm.