• Hike at Chagrin River Park

    3095 Reeves Rd

    This hike is mostly flat. (We’ll probably do the OPTIONAL hill) With scenic views of the Chagrin River. This is the most visited park in the Lake Metro Park system. We'll have lunch at Trader Jacks Riverside Grill

  • Hike at Chagrin River Park

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  • Hidden Lake Hike

    7024 Kniffen Rd

    This is the first time that we’re going to do this hike It’s has been on our list since last summer. It’s rated to be an easy hike & has 2. 94 miles of trails. Web Page for Hidden Lake: http://www.lakemetroparks.com/parks-trails/hidden-lake

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  • Let's Be An Elf For Polar Express

    Winking Lizard

    Meet at Winking Lizard for dinner (please RSVP via message so we know how many seats to get for dinner). If you don't want to go to the Lizard, you can meet us at the depot at 645pm. Please don't be late as the trains start to arrive around 720ish pm. We had so much fun last couple of years. We will sing, dance, and wave to the children in the Polar Express

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  • Lighting of the Peninsula Village Christmas Tree/Candlelight Walk

    We will meet at the parking lot entrance of Fishers and walk up to the lighting of the Peninsula Village Christmas Tree. Then visit the local merchants. Come Celebrate the Heart of the Holidays with a traditional Candlelight Walk throughout the Village of Peninsula. This year’s Candlelight Walk will be on November 29, 2018. Luminaria will welcome visitors on both sides of Main Street. The highlight of the evening will be the lighting of the Peninsula Village Christmas Tree from Heritage Farms at 6:00pm on the Bronson Church green. Local residents are encouraged to bring a simple Christmas ball ornament to adorn the village’s holiday tree. All attendees should wear an “UGLY” Christmas sweater or festive holiday hat to add to the celebration. After the tree lighting, join us in the Bronson Church to hear the Woodridge High School Rhapsody Singersand the Kent Roosevelt ACEs Show Choir perform holiday tunes. Afterward, they will carol throughout the village. Costumed “strollers” from Hale Farm & Village will wander with lanterns throughout the village as they bring to life historical characters. Yellow Creek Trading Companywill be serving wine and cheese as they welcome customers. A percentage discount off of one holiday item will be given to customers wearing an ugly Christmas sweater. Follow the luminaries up North Canal Street to the The Log Cabin Gallery. Enjoy complimentary cookies and cider as you shop for locally crafted, unique gifts. Warm up around our campfire, purchase a bag of roasted chestnuts, and don’t forget to view the North Pole from our scenic overlook. It’s magical up here!River Light Gallery will offer tasty treats as customers shop for locally crafted gifts. Peninsula Library will have a free slide show and presentation by Bill Brauning – “A 60’s Television Christmas” with holiday music, comedy and classic TV at 7:00pm By accepting this Spin-off Cyclists Bicycle Club event’s RSVP and attending this event, I have read and voluntarily agree to the RELEASE AND WAIVER OF LIABILITY AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT. I further agree that no oral representations, statements or inducement apart from the foregoing written agreement have been made. I HAVE READ AND UNDERSTAND THIS DOCUMENT AND RELEASE.

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  • 37th Annual Holiday Tree Festival

    John S. Knight Center

    This is a free event Every year, more than 200 decorated trees, 85,000 strings of lights, and countless other holiday creations are displayed at the John S. Knight Center to benefit Akron Children’s Hospital. Since its beginning in 1982, the Holiday Tree Festival has raised more than $5.3 million for the hospital's patient care programs, education and research. Mark your calendars to join us Nov. 20, 2018 at the John S. Knight Center for the 37th annual Holiday Tree Festival presented by the Volunteers of Akron Children's Hospital. For more than 35 years, the Holiday Tree Festival has been the volunteers of Akron Children's Hospital's gift to the community. This holiday tradition would not be possible without the support of our many sponsors. By accepting this Spin-off Cyclists Bicycle Club event’s RSVP and attending this event, I have read and voluntarily agree to the RELEASE AND WAIVER OF LIABILITY AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT. I further agree that no oral representations, statements or inducement apart from the foregoing written agreement have been made. I HAVE READ AND UNDERSTAND THIS DOCUMENT AND RELEASE.

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  • REEL cycling film festival

    Highland Theatre

    $20.00

    http://www.neostarinc.org/ In case you have not yet heard. Besides the films, prizes and a silent auction. Children free, but they do not get to go to the full bar. Supporting NEOSTAR (Northeast Ohio Safe Trails and Roads)

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  • Bike & Hike and Freedom Trail Morning Ride - 20 miles

    Kent Public Parking (south of Treno restaurant, formerly Pufferbelly)

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  • Towpath Morning Ride - 23 miles

    Towpath Trail, Memorial Pkwy Trailhead

    Trail: Towpath. (crushed limestone) Rating: Beginner. Ride type: Out and back. Distance: 23 miles. We head north from Memorial Parkway trailhead. Our turn around point will be the Deep Lock Quarry Trailhead for a total of 23 miles. By accepting this Spin-off Cyclists Bicycle Club event’s RSVP and attending this event, I have read and voluntarily agree to the RELEASE AND WAIVER OF LIABILITY AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT. I further agree that no oral representations, statements or inducement apart from the foregoing written agreement have been made. I HAVE READ AND UNDERSTAND THIS DOCUMENT AND RELEASE.

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  • Portage Bike & Hike Morning Ride - 18 miles

    Kent Public Parking (south of Treno restaurant, formerly Pufferbelly)

    Trail: Portage Hike & Bike. (paved) Rating: Beginner. Ride type: Out and back. Distance: 18 miles. We will ride a short distance on the roads to get to the Portage Bike and Hike. The Portage Bike and Hike is paved and mostly flat. Our turn around point will be Peck Road for a total of 18 miles. We can stop at Beckwith Orchard on the way back if riders are interested. By accepting this Spin-off Cyclists Bicycle Club event’s RSVP and attending this event, I have read and voluntarily agree to the RELEASE AND WAIVER OF LIABILITY AND ASSUMPTION OF RISK AND INDEMNITY AGREEMENT. I further agree that no oral representations, statements or inducement apart from the foregoing written agreement have been made. I HAVE READ AND UNDERSTAND THIS DOCUMENT AND RELEASE.

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