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Close to everything! 269 North Main Street, Oberlin. 3-bedrm/2-ba. $87,000

Affordable home within walking distance to schools, downtown, stores and campus! Beautiful front porch leads into a living room with wood burning fireplace, plenty of windows and natural light. Full bath on main floor and three bedrooms and one full bath on second floor offer multiple lifestyle opportunities. An adjacent spacious kitchen and dining area has convenient access to the main floor laundry room with high efficiency washer and dryer included! Extra-large one-car detached garage is large enough to house a small workshop and a beautiful very deep wooded lot provides many future expansion opportunities. Home comes with complete general, pest and radon inspection report for buyer review of maintenance and other care needed. Home includes newer electrical panel, new water heater and a one-year home warranty for all appliances and more. Contact me to schedule your visit today!

Massage Therapy for Pain and Stress, it works!

Massage therapy works to help reduce pain from injuries and unwind movement restrictions that result from chronic pain or scar tissue restrictions. Ask around, I have worked with someone you know. I have day, evening and weekend appointment times. I have years of experience. You have a high probability of loosing your pain and movement restrictions and feeling better. My service is state licensed and insured. I solve pain puzzles. Reset your stress levels down a few notches. Your benefits card and major credit cards are accepted. My office is at 9 West College Street (above Ben Franklin's, next to Aladdin's Eatery. My web site is www.MassageTherapyOberlin.com. Call for your appointment. Scott Medwid LMT- 440-935-0330.

Private Pilates

Now offering one-on-one Pilates session in my bright and welcoming in-home studio in Oberlin.

Introductory offer: 3 sessions for $100

Whether you are looking for a new way to exercise, to rehabilitate an injury, or to simply move through your day with more ease, I'd be happy to work with you!

Check out my website to learn more about me and my Pilates practice: www.amylarsonpilates.com

To schedule a private session or to ask any questions, please don't hesitate to contact me! I'm reachable via email at amylarsonpilates@gmail.com or via phone at 608-692-8567

If you'd rather try Pilates in a group setting, I teach a group Pilates mat class every Saturday at 3:30pm at Solaluna Center for Yoga.

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 !

Seeking students to take over lease January-May 2018

A cozy house at 182 S Main will be available starting in January of 2018. Rent is $1000/month for the ENTIRE four bedroom, 1.5 bath house. This does not include utilities or wifi, but we have found utilities to be pretty cheap so far. Fully furnished with covered parking for two cars, washer and dryer, and screen in porch. If there are three people living there rent is $333/month, if there are four people, $250/month. Great location, we haven't had any problems with the house or landlord. There are currently two of us living here, one of us is graduating in December and one of us may be taking next semester off and moving out of Oberlin. Either way there are three-four spots are available for next semester (winter term negotiable)!! Email me or text at 440-219-9468 if you are interested!


Ishmael is a big, friendly orange tabby who showed up in the the Christ Church (Episcopal) garden more than three years ago. He would be a very nice companion cat in someone's home. He tolerates dogs who visit the parish office, and is friendly toward all human visitors. He has not had much experience being in a multi-cat household, though, and would need help to adjust. He is current on recommended shots and has been seen by the vet annually. Please contact Alison Ricker at aricker@oberlin.edu for further information.

On Thomas Jefferson’s Libraries

On Thomas Jefferson’s Libraries; Or, Re-Constituting American Architectural Knowledge. (Talk) John Harwood, Ph.D. Saturday, November 4th, 3:00-4:00 pm Room 113, Oberlin College Library Mudd Center, 148 West College Street Oberlin, OH 44074-1545 Thomas Jefferson’s Library & the Roots of American Architecture (Exhibition)

An exhibition of selected titles from the Thomas Jefferson Architectural Book Collection Monday, October 23 – Monday, November 20, 2017 Academic Commons, Oberlin College Library Mudd Center, 148 West College Street Oberlin, OH 44074-1545 Exhibition hours: Mondays – Thursdays, 8:00 am – Midnight

           Fridays, 8:00 am – 10:00 pm
           Saturdays, 10:00 am – 10:00 pm
           Sundays, 10:00 am – Midnight

Visitors: Please register at the Circulation Desk with a photo ID Directions and parking <www2.oberlin.edu/library/visitors/directions.html> Both events are free and open to the public.

Handyman/repairman wanted

We're looking for a handyman that can tackle occasional repairs and maintenance for a house in Oberlin, both on their own and/or coordinating with service providers if needed. Ideally, we're looking for someone we can trust with access to the property, and can just e-mail or call when something comes up and trust that it will be looked into and handled.

If this is something you have experience with, please e-mail and include references and rate.

Or, if you know of someone who might be a good fit, please feel free to e-mail a recommendation as well.

Lunch with Book Artist Emily Martin!

Oberlin students are invited to a “Lunch and Learn” with Emily Martin, book artist and instructor at the University of Iowa‘s Center for the Book. Martin has published over 35 limited edition artists’ books in her 20+ years managed Naughty Dog Press. She uses a variety of production techniques, specializing in sculptural and movable books. Martin will share her work as well as her experience managing a successful art practice. Wed., Oct. 25th, 12:00 - 1:30 Baron Gallery Lunch included; seating limited