Friday, April 30, 2010

35. Rangerpalooza - North Ridgeville

Saturday May 1 from 12-3 pm at the Ranger Stadium

Bounce Houses * Music * Dancing * Bicycle Obstacle Course * Bike Parade * Sidewalk Chalk * Fire Truck * Police Car & K-9 Unit * Face Painting * Crafts * Cartoon Characters * Food * Raffles * More

Have a great time and support a great cause.  Kids are $5 Adults are free.  Food is available for an extra cost.

Get all the Info HERE!!


34600 Bainbridge Road
North Ridgeville, OH 44039-4073
(440) 327-1992

Image Provided By:  North Ridgeville City Schools

Idea Provided By:  Cassandra Matheny-Willis

Thursday, April 29, 2010

34. Huntington Beach

This is my all time favorite area beach, and with the weather looking BEAUTIFUL for tomorrow, why not make Friday night dinner into a picnic, followed by some yum ice cream!  Located in Bay Village, just west of Cleveland, this is one of the Cleveland Metropark's oldest reservations. The popular beach sits below a bluff with a great expanse of lawn, picnic facilities, and Honey Hut Ice Cream! Fishing is available from the Lake Erie breakwall. The park is open daily from 11am to 9pm.

Just in time for swimming season, one of the only beaches in the area to have this technology, Nowcast and Water Quality Advisories! 

Huntington Park
Bay Village, Ohio 44140

Image Provided By:  heather0714

Idea Provided By:  Diane Miller

Wednesday, April 28, 2010

33. North Olmsted Library - Cuyahoga County Public Library

While it's still a little too chilly to spend all day outside why not stop in at your local library for tons of fun and reading?  I'll be profiling most all of our libraries at some point, I promise.  I started with this one because of it's super cute play area for the kiddos!!

Some upcoming programs include:

Counting Exploration Station 
Caregivers & their children ages 3 – 5 / Registration required.
Join us for a program of stories and hands-on counting activities.
Tuesday, May 4th / 7:00 – 8:00 p.m.
Wednesday, May 5th / 10:00 – 11:00 a.m.

The North Olmsted Branch Playhouse PresentsFamily / Registration required.
See favorite stories come to life with Readers’ Theater skits guaranteed to delight! Don’t miss it!
Refreshments provided.
Wednesday, May 19th / 7:00 – 8:00 p.m.

Summer and Part-Time Job Search
Workshop for Teens Ages 14 – 19 / Registration required.
Are you a high school student looking for a job? Join us for a fun and interactive program designed to help you improve your interviewing skills and learn how to fill out applications. Registration is required for this free program.
Tuesday, May 11th / 3:45 – 5:00 p.m.

Divine Chocolate & Sweet Fun
Grades 6 – 12 / Registration required.
Love chocolate? This program is for you! Join us for a chocolate lover’s dream and some after-school fun with hands on chocolate and candy making and unwrap the Hershey’s Kiss Relay.
Tuesday, May 18th / 2:45 – 4:30 p.m.

Find your local library and great kids programs HERE!

Monday – Thursday  9:00 AM - 9:00 PM
Friday – Saturday     9:00 AM - 5:30 PM

27403 Lorain Road
North Olmsted, OH 44070
(440) 777-6211

Image and Idea Provided By:  Candace Louise Freed

Tuesday, April 27, 2010

32. Chagrin Falls Popcorn Shop Factory

It's a beautiful sunny day! Why not take the kids and wander around in Chagrin Falls?  Spend some time at the library with the kids, can't find what you want there?  Head over to Fireside Books, three floors of books for your relaxing pleasure.  When you've got all your reading in hand head over to the Popcorn Shop Factory for delicious treats!  The classic sweets shop has been a part of the downtown scene for almost 10 years!  Grab a coffee and some fudge for mom, a bag of caramel-popcorn for dad, and some ice cream for the kiddos and wander out the back door to enjoy the falls.  You can also walk to Riverside Park with your ice cream!  It's a low-cost, high-fun relaxing way to spending an afternoon or evening!

Get all the yummy popcorn  info HERE!

53 North Main Street

Chagrin Falls, OH 44022
(440) 247-6577

Image Provided By:  Rob Ireton

Idea Provided By:  Jay Honberger Bolton

Monday, April 26, 2010

31. Swensons Drive In

So it's rainy and cold and you're tired.  Don't want to make dinner?  Head down to Swensons, the most delicious drive-in in the area!  Super yummy burgers, old-fashioned shakes, and onion rings make for a yummy (calorie free I promise!!) dinner.  The kids will enjoy eating their dinner in the car and watching the employees sprint back and forth.  They have great salads, and the best egg salad sandwich I've ever had!  You really can't go wrong here and it's a nice break from McDonald's!

Check our their menu HERE!

The have lots of locations south of Cleveland - Find One Here!

Image Provided By:  Swensons

Friday, April 23, 2010

30. North Ridgeville Green Fest

Come down to North Ridgeville for a fun FREE event on Saturday April 24th, 10AM ~ 3PM.  The first 100 families receive a great gift bag.  There will be pony rides, music, kids yoga, adult yoga, bake sale, info on "going green" and lectures.  And just for the kiddos there will be Earth friendly crafts and games such as:
  • Butterflies made out of toilet paper rolls
  • Potted sunflowers
  • Jump ropes made out of recycled blue bags
  • Pine cone bird feeders
  • Face painting with homemade face paint
  • Homemade play dough- we made it you take it home
  • Triangle and ball game
  • Ball Bash Soccer
And in the spirit of Earth Day please bring some recyclables...
  • Eyeglasses
  • Aluminum cans
  • Used Cell phones
  • Clean, used blankets or towels
  • Clean, used clothing or housewares for Good Will
  • Phonebooks, magazines, and junk mail
  • Clothing & housewares/Weatherproof recyclables to help build Randy the Ranger

 Get all the INFO HERE!

South Central Park
North Ridgeville, Ohio 44039

Image Provided By:  NR Green Fest

Idea Provided By:  Amanda DeLamatre Shelnutt

29. Geauga County Maple Festival

Come down to the 81st annual Maple Festival in Chardon Square!!  April 22, 23, 24 & 25, 2010 !

Events include two grand parades, maple syrup judging & auction, queen's contest, photo contest, "Sap Run", bathtub races, craft show, concessions, rides, and continuous grandstand entertainment, Pizza Eating Contest, battle of the bands, tug-of-war, and much more.  If you can't find something to eat/do here, you're just no fun!

PANCAKES IN THE PARK Friday- Sunday 8am till 2pm ALL you can eat $8...yum!!

Festival opening/closing times:  (weather permitting)
Thursday Noon - 10 p.m.
Friday 10 a.m. - 11 p.m.
Saturday 10 a.m. - 11 p.m.

Sunday 11 a.m. - 7 p.m.

Historic Chardon Square
Rte. 6 and Rte 44
Chardon, OH 44024

Image Provided By: Geauga County Maple Festival

Idea Provided By:  Cindy Mastroianni 

Thursday, April 22, 2010

28. Legacy Village

I'm sure a shopping mall isn't the first place you think of for "family fun" BUT during the summer months Legacy Village is awesome for some free fun.  Their summer concert series takes place in the center  of the mall on the grass.  Bring a lawn chair and some glow sticks for the kids and let them run themselves into exhaustion while you relax with some gelato from La Gelateria or chocolate and cookies from Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory.

I've also included some upcoming events that look yummy and fun!

---Stir Crazy - Kids Eat FREE!

---Saturday, April 24, 2010 10:00am-5:00pm @Revive
Revive, Cleveland area’s independently owned fair trade boutiques will host a trunk show featuring Chapter One Organics on April 24, 2010 from 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
This event features organic dresses and baby gear, including Chapter One Organics’ newest design, the Newborn Sac. Patrons will receive a free gift with any Chapter One Organics’ purchase, while supplies last.

---Legacy Live - Summer Concert Series
Legacy Village will offer live music throughout the summer on Friday and Saturday evenings from 7-10 p.m. and Sundays from 3-6 p.m.

Legacy Village
25001 Cedar Rd.
Lyndhurst, OH 44124
Ph: 216.382.3871

Image Provided By:  Legacy Village

Wednesday, April 21, 2010

27. Hinckley Reservation

One of my ALL time favorite places to go in the area -  Hinckley Reservation and Whipps Ledges.
(Full disclosure I may have had my first date with my husband here...oh so long ago!)

Wonderful year round, but perfect in the summer this park offers swimming, boating, fishing, hiking, baseball fields, picnicking, a walking trail and a general good time for all. Take the kids for an after dinner stroll around the lake.  Or spend a weekend afternoon boating around the lake or taking a swim, searching for tadpoles in the river and pack a hearty picnic!

During the summer months there is a refreshment area right next to the spillway swimming area.  And across the street there is Buzzards Cove, a mini-golf and driving range that has ice cream!

See the Metroparks Site HERE!

Where Hinckley Hills Road (606) Meets Bellus Road (140)
South of Rt 303
Hinckley, Ohio 44233

Image Provided By: Jenny Austin

Tuesday, April 20, 2010

26. Stearns Farm and Homestead

Come spend an afternoon at Stearns Homestead, the last working, educational farm in Parma, Ohio. This forty eight acre farm has lots of animals – always a favorite with the children – as well as several historic museum houses and a Yankee barn, loaded with antiques and historic items.  They have a country store and a Farmers Market throughout the summer and fall, where you can purchase homestead and locally grown produce, products made from goats milk, local honey, baked goods and much more.

Hours open to the public:
Saturday and Sunday 12 noon- 4:00 p.m.
May 16, 2010 through Mid-October

Special Earth Day Celebration! April 25, 2010 from noon until 4:00 PM.  
Come and spend an enjoyable afternoon- the animals are anxiously awaiting all their old friends and to meet some new ones too. There will be lots of activities.  This years theme is ” Recycle- Reuse”. They will have crafts for the kids to make and take home, a potter at work, and many more demonstrations and handouts.  Also- please save all your newspapers and bring them with you- we will be collecting them for the SPCA No Kill shelter on Brookpark Road, in Parma—- let’s fill up the back of  a pick-up truck!  Please join us- remember admission and parking is always free!

Check out their website HERE!
6975 Ridge Rd
Parma, OH 44134

Image Provided By:  Stearns Farm
Idea Provided By:  Becky Koranda

Monday, April 19, 2010

25. Mohican Wildlife Weekend

Take a short trip south for a celebration of wildlife habitat, heritage, and natural history.  Come to the 9th Annual Mohican Wildlife Weekend April 23-25!  This year's theme is Hiss, Slither & Buzz!  Enjoy boat tours, bird walks, fly-fishing demonstrations, hands-on insect display, river walk, farm tours, bee basics, bat program, star party, edible insects, BBQ and MORE...WOW!  The following activities are ongoing: fishing at the pond (weather permitting; bring your pole), nature mystery hikes, nature crafts and hands-on activities, Native American crafts and skills, Geology, animal pelts to touch, live bunnies and maple syrup for sale. 

Special appearances by Kristin Stanford, Lake Erie Watersnake Recovery Plan Coordinator aka The Island Snake Lady from Dirty Jobs with Mike Rowe!  (darn it he's cute!)

Check our their site for FULL SCHEDULE and DETAILS!

Ohio Bird Sanctuary
3774 Orweiler Road
Mansfield, OH 44903

Image Provided By:  Mohican Wildlife Weekend

Saturday, April 17, 2010

24. North Coast Nature Festival

FREE Friday, Saturday, and Sunday April 23-25.   The event  features guest speakers, hikes for all ages, live animal presentations, a digital photography scavenger hunt, musical entertainment, a birding field trip (off-site, pre-registration required), children’s activities, EarthWords Nature Shop t-shirt stamping, and more. The festivities take place on both Saturday and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. – plus, a special evening presentation Friday night and a night hike on Saturday.
Also a little shopping! Nature themed art, jewelry, candles, bird houses, quilts, etc. will be on sale!

**Also**North Coast Nature Festival is next weekend at Rocky River Nature Center. The Cuyahoga Astronomical Association will be having a Star Party - Celebrating the International Year of Solar Astronomy at 8 p.m. at the open field on Lewis Rd. The Cuyahoga Astronomy Association will have multiple telescopes set up to view the night skies. Experience National Astronomy Day by looking up! For details, call 440-734-6660.

Friday, April 23 • 7:30 p.m.
Saturday , April 24 • 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. & Evening Presentation 7 p.m.
Sunday, April 25 • 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.

Get all the INFO HERE!

Rocky River Nature Center
24000 Valley Parkway
North Olmsted, Ohio 44070

Image Provided By:  North Coast Nature Festival

Idea Provided By:  Barbara Krecic

Friday, April 16, 2010

23. Amish Country

Well it my not be a great weekend for this but we went yesterday and it was beautiful!  I was a little wary when my husband suggested a 70 min drive with a 2 and 3.5 year old, but our whole family seemed to be a little calmer, maybe a little more grateful for those things that make our lives easier.  (full disclosure I could not live without my iPhone) but if you're looking for a great afternoon that involves discussions like "look at all the horse poop!" and "ooo baby cows" then this is a day trip for you!

The first site I listed is the best I've found for general information.  The other sites are for full functioning farms where the kiddos can feeds cows, take buggy rides, and tour old school houses and barns.  Anywhere you go to eat is delicious and don't forget to bring home a couple loafs of bread for later!

Visit Amish Country

Yoder's Amish Home

Rolling Ridge Ranch

Image Provided By:  cordery

Thursday, April 15, 2010

22. Schoepfle Garden

With the beautiful weather today and spring blooming all around why not spend some relaxing time at the Schoepfle Garden in the Lorain County Metroparks.  Wander through 70 acres of botanical gardens and natural woodland bordered on one side by the Vermilion River. The garden features collections of rhododendrons, roses, cannas, hostas, various shade plants, along with many varieties of shrubs, topiaries and trees. Whether you choose to follow one of the guided tours available throughout the year, or just wander freely at your own pace, it's a wonderful way to spend a morning or afternoon. Be sure to bring a camera!

The newest addition to Schoepfle Garden is the musically themed Children’s Garden that was added in 2007. Children, young and old, can climb the Rocky "G" Clef, crawl through the Flute-A-Pillar, and ride the restored carousel.  Awesome!

Summer Hours:  8am-8pm daily   First Weekend in April to End of October 
Winter Hours:  8am-4:30pm daily   Last Sunday in October to End of March

Get all the Info HERE!

11106 Market
Birmingham, OH 44816

(440) 965-7237

Image Provided By:   Schoepfle Garden

Idea Provided By:  Missy Johnson Timko

Wednesday, April 14, 2010

21. Lake Farmpark

Go country with the kids and teach them where their food really comes from!  Daily hands-on activities include milking the cows, cheese making and grinding your own grains!  And you can hang out with the cows, llamas, sheep, pigs, rabbits, turkeys, chickens, horses, honeybees and lots more!  There is a cafe onsite for some snacks and ice cream.  Also on Wednesdays, May - October there is a farmers market with locally grown fruits veggies and other local/organic deliciousness!

They have MANY special events planned for the 2010 season, so make sure you visit their site HERE!

Farmpark is open year-round 9:00 am to 5:00 pm.

General admission: $6
Ages 60 and older: $5
Ages 2 - 11: $4
Children younger than 2: Free

Lake County resident free days: First Sunday and third Tuesday of each month. 

8800 Chardon Road
Kirtland, Ohio 44094

Image Provided By:  Lake Metroparks Farmpark

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Tuesday, April 13, 2010

20. Indians Baseball Games

Well we may not be World Series Champions this year .....but there's always next year right?  Why not bring the kids down for some good old American fun.  After the game kids get to run the bases and you can meet Slider and the gang - there's the play place, inflatables, and enough treats to last till football season.  You can get some great 4 pack ticket deals that include drinks and hot dogs HERE.

Visit the Official Indians Site HERE

Kids Fun Days are as follows:
May 9, 23 - June 13 - July 4, 18, 25 - August 8, 15, 29 - September 12


2401 Ontario Street
Cleveland, OH 44115
(216) 420-4200

Image Provided By:  peterrieke

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Monday, April 12, 2010

19. Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

A wonderful addition to the culture of the Cleveland area is the Cleveland Metroparks Zoo.  Opened in 1882 as Wade Park and moved from the Universiry Circle area in 1907, this beautiful zoo has been caring for animals and protecting endangered species for over 100 years.  In addition to all the exoctic animals there is the Rain-forest, an indoor reptile sanctuary, an aviary, and is home to an orangutan family.  Spending the day or just a few hours here with your kids is time well spent.  Also popular with my boys, the Dinosaurs are open May 6 - September 12!

The Zoo is FREE on MONDAYS to all Cuyahoga County residents. 
Also EarthFest the annual Earth Day Celebration is Sunday April 18 from 10-5.

Get all the INFO HERE!

ADMISSION - The zoo is open every day from 10-5 excluding Dec 25 and Jan 1.

April 1, 2010 -
October 31, 2010
Nov 1, 2010 -
March 31, 2011

Adults (12 & older) $10.00 $7.00

Children (2-11) $7.00 $5.00

Children under 2 FREE FREE


3900 Wildlife Way
Cleveland, OH 44109
(216) 661-6500

Image Provided By:  Yvonne in Willowick

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Sunday, April 11, 2010

18. Holden Arboretum

With Arbor Day coming up on April 30, I'm in the mood to wander around and enjoy Spring and the rebirth of nature.  There's no better place than the Holden Arboretum.  With many trails ranging in difficulty from easy to rugged there's a challenge for every hiker.  There are also twelve beautiful gardens to enjoy.  There are lakes, creeks, deer, and squirrels for the kiddos to hunt out.  There are also activity plaques posted all around for you to explore our local wildlife.  There are self guided tours available and tours led by Holden volunteers.  All in all it's a relaxing walk through nature and I assure you the kids will be pooped after running, hiking and climbing all day!!

Open Daily 9am – 5pm (Closed New Year's Day, Thanksgiving Day and Christmas Day)

Members:  Free
Non-members:  $6
Seniors, 60+:  $5. Admission is free for seniors on Tuesdays.
Children 6-12:  $3
Children 5 and under:  Free

9500 Sperry Road
Kirtland, OH 44094
(440) 946-4400

Image Provided By:  mbtrama

Saturday, April 10, 2010

17. Memphis Kiddie Park

It's that time of year again boys and girls! Time for cotton candy and choo-choo train rides!  This perfectly pint-sized park has been around since 1952, so bring your kids - bring your grand-kids to Memphis Kiddie Park's opening day April 16th at 10am!  Enjoy mini-golf, rides, and snacks!  With boats, trains, cars, and spaceships there's something for every kid and kid at heart.  Kids must be under 50 inches for most rides.

Get more info HERE!


10340 Memphis Avenue
Cleveland, OH 44144-2037
(216) 941-5995

Image Provided By:  Steve Snodgrass

Friday, April 9, 2010

16. Great Lakes Science Center

Snow to cap off your spring break?  Typical Cleveland.... Take the kids down everyone's favorite indoor activity!  The Great Lakes Science Center offers activities to entertain all age groups.  There is the Polymer Funhouse for your kindergarten and below group with ball-pit, jump-house and jungle gym.  For the older crowd there is the BioMedTech Gallery, Return to the Moon Gallery and LOTS of other hands on adventures.  You can also go to the Steamship William G. Mather Museum and the Omnimax theater (Currently Playing: Sea Monsters and Hubble).  This wonderful addition to downtown Cleveland also has many camp and overnight sessions, what better way to encourage the children to have fun with science!

And now the best part TUESDAYS ARE FREE!  All youth 18 and under can enjoy free general admission to GLSC on Tuesdays when accompanied by an adult!

601 Erieside Ave.
Cleveland, OH 44114
(216) 694-2000

Image Provided By:  Great Lakes Science Center

Idea Provided By:  Lisa Warm Dolinar

Thursday, April 8, 2010

15. Playground World

So it's supposed to be snowy and rainy tomorrow....great just when we thought it was finally nice!  Well if your kids are still full of energy why not take them to FREE PLAY at Playground World in Chesterland.  Play around on their huge awesome play-sets, castles, slides and trampolines.  If the kiddos really fall in love you can even have their birthday party there!  Hey, anything that tires them out right?

Free Play is Monday, Wednesday, and Friday mornings....the hours vary so check our their site HERE

8035 Mayfield Road
Chesterland, Ohio 44026

Image Provided By:  Playground World

Idea Provided By: Kathi Lally Adamic

Wednesday, April 7, 2010

14. Moebius Nature Center

As the website accurately states this is "Aurora's Best Kept Secret."  I never heard of this place and it looks really cool!  I wish it had more open hours to pop in and visit but you can register for their programs and learn more about local animals.  The next program for ages 3-9 and 10+ is April 24 on Reptiles and Amphibians you can register  HERE.

Visit their site HERE.

929 E. Mennonite Rd.
Aurora, Ohio 44200
(just East of Sunny Lake Park)
(330) 562-2592

Image Provided By:  Moebius Nature Center's Blog

Idea Provided By:  Julie Alunni Burkhart

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

13. Preston's HOPE Playground

Another beautiful day in the CLE why not take the kids over to the east side and tire them out at this beautiful playground! The beautiful park in Beachwood Ohio was designed for ALL children.  The park was created in memory of a boy with Spinal Muscular Atrophy.  Friends and family wanted to build a park that a child with any disability could enjoy.  The park is free, but they welcome donations, see the website for details
 Also there's a Whole Foods right off the highway so you can stop in for a snack :)

The park is open from 6am to 10pm daily, year round. The restrooms are closed November through April.
Get all the info HERE!

26001 South Woodland Rd.
Ohio 44122

Image Provided By:  Ariel Aspect Photography

Idea Provided By: Maureen Reagan Shear

Monday, April 5, 2010

12. Squire's Castle

One of my favorite places to go as a kid, and a nice place for a date if you're sans kiddos.  Pack a picnic, bring a frisbee, and don't forget your camera this open air castle is picturesque all year round!

Features: Open shelter, picnic tables, grills, ballfield, physically challenged access, restrooms, parking.

Go To The Metroparks website HERE!

off Chagrin River Road in North Chagrin Reservation
south of Chardon Road/Route 6 in Willoughby Hills.

Image Provided By:  BrianInCleveland

Idea Provided By:  Nicole Doubler Wisner

Saturday, April 3, 2010

11. Honey Hut Ice Cream

Now that the weather has FINALLY turned, I'm so excited for the reopening of my favorite local ice cream shop!  Honey Hut ice cream is a local and delicious alternative to DQ.

Here is their flavors list...they also have specials at every location so drive in and check them out! 

Vanilla Chocolate Chocolate Chocolate-Chip
Fresh Banana Orange Blossom Vanilla Chocolate Chip
Strawberry Mint Chocolate Chip Coconut
Honey Pecan Chocolate Pecan Chocolate Peanut Butter


Bay Village        (Huntington Beach)          28624 Lake Road
Brecksville              (at Rt. 82 & Rt. 21)          7304 Chippewa Road
Cleveland       (Old Brooklyn)                4674 State Road
Parma      (In Front of State Road Park Pool)    6250 State Road
Strongsville         (Next to Strongsville Golf)    15831 Pearl Road

 Here is their WEBSITE!

Photo Provided By:  Honey Hut

Friday, April 2, 2010

10. IX Indoor Amusement Park

It's here today, not gonna stay go right away... I was just singing that!

Got nothing to do with your kids this spring break?  Take the kiddos down to the sugar fueled, sensory overwhelming IX Indoor Amusement Park!  Rides, games, deep fried foods...what more could you want?  Oh well except your sanity....


6200 Riverside Drive
Cleveland, Ohio 44142

Image Provided By:  Benimoto

Idea Provided By:  Tony Matteo

Thursday, April 1, 2010

9. Spirit of Clay

For artists or artists-wanna be's there's Spirit of Clay in Mayfield.  Bring your little one or a bunch of their friends for a few hours to relax and create real memories. Once you pick your piece and paint, they will glaze and fire your piece within 5-7 days!  They offer many kids and adults clay classes.  And there are special classes for the novice artist on silver clay and collage-ing.  They also offer week long summer camps June through August, what a great alternative to traditional camps!

ATTENTION DADS!! Mother's Day is right around the corner! Why not bring the kiddo's down and surprise mom with something she'll cherish forever!!

828 Som Center Road
Mayfield Village, Ohio 44143 

Monday:  CLOSED
Tuesday: 11:00 - 8:00
Wednesday: 11:00 - 9:00
Thursday and Friday : 1:00 - 9:00
Saturday: 10:00 - 8:00
Sunday: 1:00 - 5:00

Image Provided By:  Spirit of Clay

Idea Provided By:  Kelly N Kathy

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