10 things to do in Northeast Ohio during the last weekend of summer September 16-19

CLEVELAND – Temperatures are dropping, so grab a jacket and get out and enjoy one of these Northeast Ohio activities.

The Crocker Park Wine Festival
A benefit to University Hospitals Rainbow Babies and Children’s Hospital, the Crocker Park Wine Festival features more than 150 wines from local, national and international producers, as well as select craft beers and spirits. Guests will enjoy food, live music, exhibitors and artists.

When: September 16 & 17
Where: South Main Street in Crocker Park
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Avon Lake Big Trucks
This is an event for the whole family. Check out the vehicles used by first responders to save lives and respond to emergencies up close. Other vehicles on display are public works vehicles, military vehicles and blood donor vehicles. Food trucks are also available at this free event.

When: 17 Sept
Where: Avon Lake Safety Center
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City of Streetsboro Bicentennial
Join the city of Streetsboro as it continues its bicentennial celebration with a day of historical fun for all. There will be a Streetsboro Fire Department for a 5K and fun run, a community cookout, the Big Picture photo and the funeral of the 2022 Bicentennial Time Capsule.

When: September 17th
Where: Streetsboro Fire Department
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Vermilion Walking Tour
Main Street Vermilion hosts a walking tour of historic Vermilion, including the sea captains’ homes, the Vermilion Lighthouse, historic homes and the riverfront. There is history, trivia, stories, fun facts, refreshments and raffle baskets to be won.

When: September 17th
Where: The tour departs from the Harbourtown Fine Arts Center
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Cleveland Armenian Festival
Come out and enjoy Armenian food, pastries, children’s activities, entertainment, church tours and cultural exhibitions.
When: September 16 & 17
Where: 678 Richmond Rd.
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Tremont Arts and Culture Festival
This festival has five festival villages for the whole family. The Children’s Village, Community Village, Cultural Village, Artists’ Village and Tremont Farmers Market. There will be free music, food sales and dance performances.

When: September 17 & 18
Where: Lincoln Park
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Pop up in the park: starting signal for the start at home
The Browns have their season opener against the New York Jets on Sunday, September 18, and what better way to celebrate than with a pop up in the park. This free event is hosted by Cleveland’s very own Denzel Ward with performances by K. Michelle and others. There will be food, drinks, a full service bar, vendors, Cleveland’s very own Hubb’s Groove and fireworks to end the night.

When: September 17th
Where: Voinovich Bicentennial Park
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India Festival USA
The 13thth Held at Brecksville-Broadview Heights High School, the annual India Festival USA seeks to bridge the culture and diversity of India and the United States. There will be cultural exhibitions and the Taste of India. The event is hosted by News 5’s own Homa Bash.

When: September 17th
Where: Brecksville-Broadview Hts. Secondary school
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Cleveland Reptile Show
Once a month, the Cleveland Reptile Show features more than 40 reptile breeders and importers. Come see the amazing reptiles such as pythons, boas, rat snakes, king snakes, lizards, geckos, bearded dragons, turtles, tortoises, tree frogs, poison dart frogs, toads, salamanders and more.

Reptiles are available for purchase along with merchandise, cages and food bowls.

When: September 18th
Where: Medina Fairgrounds
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Molto Bella car show
300 beautifully designed exotic, classic and rare automobiles are on display at Akron’s Historic Mansion. Food and drinks can be purchased at Molly’s Cafe.

There will be a cigar truck, ice cream truck and family activities in the playground.

Tickets are only available in advance and are not sold on site.

When: September 18th
Where: 714 North Portage Path
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