Monday , 27 September 2021

Daily Wire

My Wood Loft: North Ridgeville’s Best-Kept Secret

Located in North Ridgeville, the professional preservationists at My Wood Loft take down 100-plus year old barns and re-purpose the antiquated wood siding, beams, doors, structural materials and barn treasures. You can purchase all these materials in their 20,000 square foot indoor reclaimed lumber yard. Or, if you are not looking for raw wood but love the reclaimed look, they ... Read More »

Danbury Senior Living: An Exciting Offer for New Residents

We want YOU to be a valued member of Danbury’s Arbor Club! This membership is an exclusive offer to our first 25 residents that move into our brand new North Ridgeville location. Upon reserving your spacious apartment with us, you will be able to enjoy the following Arbor Club membership benefits: Our new members will enjoy a moving allowance up ... Read More »

North Ridgeville Parks & Rec Adult Education Classes

North Ridgeville Parks & Rec have some new and exciting Adult Education programs for you this winter with Dr. Carolyn Smilor, ND. $35 Resident / Non-Resident (per class) Aromatherapy 101 – The Basis of Essential Oils: Wednesday, January 8, 2020, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Community Cabin The Healing Powers of Essential Oils: Wednesday, January 22, 2020, 6:30-8:30 p.m., Community Cabin Necessary Nutrients ... Read More »

North Ridgeville Public library

Adapted Story Time: Children with varying learning styles and abilities enjoy a program with stories, songs, games and a social time.  While content is geared for ages 3 to 7, all ages are welcome. Parents and siblings are welcome to attend. Please consider registering for our other Adapted Story Times on Jan. 25 and Feb. 22.  Preregistration required. Sat, December ... Read More »

Oliver Presented by The Olde Towne Hall Theatre

Bringing Charles Dickens’ beloved novel to life, Lionel Bart’s Oliver! takes audiences on a wild adventure through Victorian England. Join young, orphaned Oliver Twist as he navigates the London’s underworld of theft and violence, searching for a home, a family, and – most importantly – for love. When Oliver is picked up on the street by a boy named the ... Read More »

Indoor Walking with North Ridgeville Heart & Sole

Get out and get walking this winter! Don’t like walking in the cold? All members of the community are invited ti join us for free this winter every Thursday in January, February and March from 6-7:30 pm at Liberty Elementary, 5700 Jaycox Rd. Program is free to attend with no pre-registration required. There will be informative talks by local health ... Read More »

North Ridgeville Schools Ranger Round-Up

RHTA Teacher Earns STEM Educator Award Congratulations to Sheila Woidke, a fifth-grade teacher at Ranger High-Tech Academy, for earning the GrowNextGen Outstanding STEM Educator Award! GrowNextGen brings agriculture science to the classroom by providing real-world educational tools to engage the next generation workforce. The money earned will be utilized for educational resources. Builders Club and KKids Collect Items for Troops, ... Read More »

North Ridgeville Community Care: Teen Gifts Needed

‘This Christmas season is going beautifully in regards to donations to our Christmas Store, for food, and for our generous Adopt-a-Child donors,’ reports North Ridgeville Community Care. Thank you! There is a need, however, for a particular type of donor. ‘Our teens’ wish lists are the last to be asked for. This is understandable in the sense that when we ... Read More »

Ladies Brunch

Ladies meet at 10:30 am for friendly conversation and program on the fourth Thursday of every month. The Brunch is a hot entrée, fruit, juice and coffee for only $3.00. Reservations please by 10 am Wednesday morning by calling (440) 353-0828. December 19 – Murray Ridge “Choraleers” will bring Christmas cheer in song. Request all ladies attending to bring a ... Read More »

North Ridgeville Tree Lighting Ceremony Welcomes Christmas

North Ridgeville welcomed the Christmas season with its festive annual Tree Lighting Ceremony the evening of Saturday, Dec. 7 at South Central Park. Mayor David Gillock joined with Parks and Recreation Director Kevin Fougerousse in welcoming hundreds of guests to the celebration. The North Ridgeville High ‘Spectrum of Sound’ livened the proceedings with a hearty menu of holiday songs and ... Read More »