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Lorain County Farm Tour Sat. September 23rd 12-5 pm

Lorain County Farm Tour- just West of Oberlin this Saturday September 23, 2017 12-5 pm.

Stop 1 Firelands Farms 52087 St Rt 113 - Amherst Head east on OH-113 E toward Baird Rd Stop 2 Schlechter Brother's Country Harvest - 51593 St Rt 113 - Amherst Head east on OH-113 E toward Baird Rd Turn right onto Baird Rd Stop 2A - Sugar Shack - 11252 Baird Rd - Amherst Head south on Baird Rd toward Garfield Rd Turn right onto US-20 W Turn left onto Gore Orphanage Rd Stop 3 Matus Winery - 15674 Gore Orphanage Rd - Wakeman Head north on Gore Orphanage Rd toward US-20 E Turn right onto US-20 E Stop 4 Green Circle Growers 15650 St Rt 511 - Oberlin Head east on US-20 E toward OH-511 S Turn right onto Quarry Rd Stop 5 IBNs Acres - 15925 Quarry Rd - Oberlin

Full Flyer: https://ofbf.org/app/uploads/2017/08/2017-Lorain-Fall-Farm-Tour-flyer.pdf

Oberlin Farmers' Market This Saturday !

The Oberlin Farmers' Market is located at 69 ~85 South Main Street in front of the Oberlin Public Library, in downtown Oberlin. Market hours are 9:00 am ~ 1:00 pm. Market is held May thru October, rain or shine.

Oberlin Farmers' Market features approximately 25 vendors who provide a wide variety of goods grown, raised, and produced by local folks. Items offered include : local and organic produce, meats, eggs, artisan and organic bread, pies, assorted bakery, honey, cheese, syrup, flowers, soaps, art, crafts, and live music performed by local musicians.

Be part of the local foods revolution !

CILC Student Assistant

The Cooper International Language Center (CILC) is hiring a student assistant for the 2017-18 academic year.

The duties include, but are not limited to: • Keeping the lab in order • Troubleshooting technical problems with the computers in the CILC if the language technology supervisor is not available • Checking materials in and out of the lab • Being the first point of contact for anyone coming to the lab with questions • Organize and host monthly events promoting the use of the CILC • Data entry • Helping language faculty members and troubleshooting problems in the smart rooms in Peters when necessary

Qualifications: • Great customer service • Ability to interact with a wide variety of patrons • Excellent English writing and speaking skills • Ability to work well independently • Attention to detail and responsibilities • A love of languages and cultures

Hours: There will be additional hours. However, you MUST be available the following times: Mondays 6:30-8:00 Wednesdays 2:30-3:30

Compensation: $9.00/hr

Email Amy Redden (Amy.Redden@oberlin.edu) for an application.

Piece of Quiet Studio - Winter Term Offerings

I am excited to offer two new courses this winter term.

Relaxation Massage Intensive, half credit, $150 This course will teach the skills needed to give friends and family a full body, oil on skin massage.

Bodymind Communication, half credit $150 This course will introduce participants to a variety of Bodymind communication practices and perspectives; including listening in silence, compassion and forgiveness, guided imagery, Zazen meditation, and a variety of bodywork foundational tools.

Students will need to locate their own winter term sponsor.

Students can take both courses for a full credit experience.

More information coming.

Please email me to be added to a course interest list.

Jill Blake jboberlin@gmail.com


If you’re a caregiver for someone suffering from Alzheimers’ Disease or some other form of dementia, this group may be of interest and of help to you. The group will be facilitated by staff and volunteers of the Alzheimers’ Association, but will be “user-run”. If you’re a caregiver, your experiences - successful and otherwise - are important and valid and may be of help to other caregivers, as theirs may be for you. Sharing experiences is one of the best ways to learn to be a more effective and successful caregiver. Caregiver stress is well-documented to be a contributing factor for a variety of problems, including depression, anxiety, anger, social withdrawal, sleep disturbance, and problems with mood and concentration. Managing one’s stress may help reduce these problems, and make one a more effective - and happier - caregiver. The group meets at the First Church in Oberlin, at the corner of N. Main and W. Lorain Streets, on the fourth Tuesday of every month, from 2:00 to 3:30pm. Please join us next on September 26th. If you have any questions about this group, or about Alzheimers’ Disease or the Alzheimers’ Association, please call the local Association office, at 800-272-3900.