Bay Village

Ross Wine & Liquor: Destination for Craft Beers & Wines

Ross Wine & Liquor in Bay Village is the destination for craft beers (700+) and wines (1800+). Christmas ales, new liquors in stock, gift cards now available, now have cigars. Free home deliveries are available for over $200 in wines and beers. 10% OFF mix & match on 6 or more bottles of wine. Largest selection of Napa Cabernets. Order ... Read More »

O’Neill Healthcare: LUNCH AND LEARN

Hip & Knee Replacement: What to Expect & Tips for Success – Tuesday, Nov. 20, 2018 | 12:30 p.m., Presented by Kris Maiorca, PT, Director of Rehabilitation O’Neill Healthcare Bay Village. Please RSVP to Candy Sanson at 440-348-5424 by Nov. 19, 2018 Please follow and like us: Read More »

Steppin’ Out! A Great Day for Senior Fun

Senior Living facilities from throughout the area all joined the fun at the annual ‘Steppin’ Out’ Senior Dance held at St. Ladislas Church in Westlake last week. The Senior Dance is an annual event staged every fall through a cooperative effort of many west shore senior facilities. It brings a special day of fun and enjoyment and gives seniors a ... Read More »

Bay High Fall Sports Round Up

Bay High fall sports teams had fantastic seasons this year. Congratulations to all the teams and good luck on your upcoming games and competitions. Go Rockets! Photos Credit: @BayAthletics Bay Soccer Heads to State The Bay High boys soccer team has once again fashioned an excellent season by advancing to the OHSAA Div. II state tournament this week. The Rockets ... Read More »

Bay Village Boo Walk 2018

The annual Bay Village Merchant Monster March was a hit on Saturday, Oct. 27, as friendly ghosts and goblins trick-or-treated their way from Bay Village Square down Dover Center Road to Dover Commons. So what if it rained a little – nobody seemed to notice! All were grateful to the many generous merchants who participated and to those like Dairy ... Read More »

Scarecrow Comes to Life in New Book by Bay Village Author Jane Huml

Summer in Jane’s Garden, a novel by Bay Village author Jane Huml, offers readers a delightful story about a scarecrow named Lisi Anthus that comes to live in Jane’s Garden. Jane is not always happy with the creatures who come to eat, but she does share with her neighbors. A surprise ending shows the neighborliness of gardening. It’s a great ... Read More »

Nine Classroom Grants Awarded by Bay Education Foundation

The Bay Village Education Foundation has awarded $10,826 in nine classroom grants to enrich educational experiences for Bay Village Schools students. Anne Ashley, Bay High social studies instructor, will use $1,570 to send two students to the National leadership Conference held at Camp Miniwanca in Shelby, Michigan through the American Youth Federation. Bay High English teacher Bea Bishop, principal Jason ... Read More »

“Step in to the Holidays” at Rose Hill Museum

“Step in to the Holidays,” with the Bay Village Historical Society at Rose Hill Museum on Nov. 17 and Nov. 18, 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The holiday show at the Cahoon homestead will highlight home style living in the period between 1810 and 1920. In addition to Rose Hill Museum being decked out in its holiday finery, the museum ... Read More »

Bay Village Schools Announce First “No Homework Family Night”

Families in the Bay Village City School District are encouraged to plan an evening to simply enjoy the company of one another on Monday, November 12, the district’s first No Homework Family Night. It is planned for a rare date on the school activities calendar when little else is taking place. “Our lives become so packed with activities and obligations ... Read More »

Light Up Bay Village for the Holiday Season

Once again this holiday season, the Christmas spirit will shine a little more brightly in Bay Village. The Bay Village Historical Society and the Bay Village Kiwanis are asking Bay Village residents and children of all ages to join them in celebrating an old-fashioned community Christmas on Sunday, Dec. 2, 2 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. A kickoff to the holiday ... Read More »