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 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, art, flowers, crafts. And live music performed by local musicians !
This Saturday's music provided by :
Dave Parsh ~ Guitar & Vocals 9:15 am thru 11:00 am
Mathew Frerck ~ Jazz Bass 11:00 am thru 12:45 pm
Be part of the local foods revolution !
Large, well-maintained red brick Italiante beauty on an almost 1-acre lot. This is one of Oberlin's historical landmarks built in 1881 by Amasa West. The 2452 sq. ft. home is zoned and appropriate for single family occupancy, multiple family occupancy and/or professional office use. All interior systems are updated. The interior decor, trim, design and flooring accents maintain the original integrity. Plenty of room for library, study, art studio, sewing room or office waiting area.
The surrounding grounds include a spectacular Japanese garden, waterfall, and an Amish gazebo. Areas of mature trees and lush landscaping provide a private oasis. This home also features outdoor seating areas, porches and decking. Outdoor buildings include 2-car garage, a 31 x 49 pole barn and a 40 x 28 artisan's wood working and antique furniture shop.
Please call Gregg Fior for a personal tour. Serious inquiries only, please. 440-221-3534. $295,000
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Tuesday September 25, 2018 2:00 to 3:30pm 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 25th. 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.
Both dorm allowed size both with mini freezers
Both are in great condition
Playing at the Tappan Bandstand at 5pm on Sept 25. Next Tuesday! Come prepared to DONATE!
Bread and Puppet presents: The Grasshopper Rebellion Circus! A celebratory giant puppet spectacle that explains and teaches rebellion against intolerable situations with the help of state of the art paper-maché weaponry and the appropriate riotous Bread and Puppet Brass Band.
Tigers roar, apes drum their chests, horses neigh, and celestial grasshoppers teach ICE agents the basics steps of grasshopper rebellion dancing. A paradise investigation team analyses the earthlings’ relationship to paradise, while major representatives of Mother Earth attend a festive puerto rican dance of liberation from natural and political disaster.
Here's the Facebook event: https://www.facebook.com/events/729277847423176/
Are you interested in helping out at the Oberlin Sexual Information Center (SIC), without necessarily becoming a staffer? Becoming a volunteer driver is a great way to get involved with a low time-commitment. Lack of reliable transportation is one of the BIGGEST barriers to sexual/reproductive healthcare access. Even just a few hours per month would be an incredible help to our organization!
Volunteer drivers will drive people to and from their sexual/reproductive health appointments. Destinations may include clinics in Elyria, Lorain, or Cleveland. Volunteer drivers commit to maintaining confidentiality, and providing non-judgmental support during transportation.
Use the following link to sign up: https://goo.gl/forms/xE6Ko5oBJOXHjP1s1
Or email firstname.lastname@example.org !
For more information on the Sexual Information Center, visit www.oberlinsic.com, or check out our Facebook page, "Oberlin SIC."