Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Need a good playlist for your Christmas parties? Tell us your favorite Christmas songs and we'll put one together for you!
Happy Holidays, Patchers! It's time to start planning those parties and family get-togethers we love at this time of year. If you're the party planner, it's always nice to have a playlist ready to last you through the evening. We want to help you with that playlist (one thing you can check off your to-do list!) but we need your help first. Tell us: What is your favorite holiday song? Leave your favorite in the comments and we'll create a Spotify playlist that will run on each Patch site Friday morning.
Wednesday, November 23, 2011
The city will host a holiday lighting ceremony tonight featuring music, lights and treats
Ready for some holiday good cheer? The city of Solon will host a holiday lighting ceremony at 7 p.m. tonight at City Hall. Mayor Susan Drucker said the Solon High School band will be playing music starting at about 6:30 p.m. A reception is planned after the lighting ceremony at the Solon Center for the Arts For more holiday events this season, check out the Patch Holiday Events Guide.
Friday, November 18, 2011
Donations can be taken to the Giant Eagle on Aurora Road
Giving back can be as simple as donating a few items to the troops overseas, which is easier than you may think. Solon police officers will be in front of Giant Eagle on Aurora Road from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday taking your donations which will be used in care packages and sent overseas. The event is sponsored by the Bainbridge Police Department and the items will be shipped by the Bainbridge USO. The items needed include: • Men's deodorant • Batteries (all sizes) • Shaving cream (travel size) • Zip-loc bags (all but gallon size) • Eye drops, ear drops and cough drops • Disposable cameras • Bug spray (OFF Deep Woods Towelettes) • Toilet paper (travel size) • Body wipes (10-16 count) • Puzzle books • Sunscreen…
Tuesday, November 15, 2011
What holiday events are going on this season? The Patch Holiday Guide provides all the answers.
The holidays are upon us. Prepare to eat, celebrate and be merry for the next seven weeks, until the calendar flips to 2012. We know our readers in Patchland want to know what holiday-centric events are going on in their communities, so we created the Patch Holiday Guide, a handy list of all the events— tree lightings, turkey trots, religious services and more— that are coming to your neighborhood this season. Did we miss a great event? Add it to the comments and we'll be sure to include it in the guide! We want to wish all of our Patch users Happy Holidays! We hope to help you make it the best one yet. *Click the links for dates, times and more information on each event!* Free Zoo admission on Thanksgiving Day Admission to the Zoo and The…