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Hale Farm in the Fall

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September is the month of harvest festivals, apples, and the beginning of the Orchestra and theater seasons. Learn all about the interesting things to do this month. Below is a list (in date order) of exhibits, concerts, book signings, wine tastings, and more. The list is updated regularly.

If you have an event you'd like to add, please send me the information at cleveland@aboutguide.com. Have an enjoyable month!

Through September 1, 2013
Sharkabet! A Sea of Sharks from A to Z
What: Learn about all kinds of sharks.
Where:Cleveland Museum of Natural History, 1 Wade Oval, Cleveland
Time: Varies
Cost: Varies

Through September 2, 2013
Labor Day Oktoberfest
What: Enjoy German food, music, dance, beer, shopping, and fun.
Where: Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds, Berea
Time: Friday, 5pm - 11pm; Saturday and Sunday, noon - 11pm; Monday, noon - 9pm
Cost: Adults $10 at the gate ($8 in advance), Children 12 and under are free; free parking

Through September 2, 2013
St. John Cantius Polish Festival
What: Enjoy traditional Polish food, live music and dancing, and fun.
Where: St. John Cantius Church, 906 College Ave., Tremont
Time: Friday, 5pm - 11pm; Saturday, 3pm - 11pm; Sunday 3pm - 10pm
Cost: free; call 216 781-9095 for information

Through September 2, 2013
Geauga County Fair
What: See the animals, the rides, the food, and the music.
Where: Geauga County Fairgrounds, 14373 N Cheshire St., Burton
Time: 8am - midnight
Cost: Adults $7, Children 12 and under are free
Through September 8, 2013
Bell Book and Candle
What: Enjoy an evening of classic mystery theater.
Where: Huntington Playhouse, Bay Village
Time: Varies
Cost: Varies

Through October 6, 2013
Fandemonium
What:
A look at decorative fans throughout the centuries
Where: Kent State Museum, Kent
Time: Varies
Cost: Varies

Through October 20, 2013
Ohio Renaissance Festival
What: Enjoy Medieval food, entertainment, arts and crafts and children's activities.
Where: Harveysburg, Ohio
Time: 1030am - 6pm
Cost: Adults $19.99, Children $9.99; call 513 897-7000 for details.

Through January 5, 2014
Titanic: the Artifact Exhibition
What:
See more than 250 artifacts recovered from the sunk ocean liner, HMS Titanic.
Where: Great Lakes Science Center, 601 Erieside Ave., Cleveland
Time: Varies
Cost: $24

Through March, 2014
Rolling Stones: 50 Years of Satisfaction
What: Explore this exhibit about the iconic band. Exhibits include instruments, costumes, artwork and more.
Where: Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Cleveland
Time: Varies
Cost: Varies

September 2, 2013
Western Reserve Academy Annual Antiques Show
What: See dozens of quality antiques dealers on the grounds of Western Reserve Academy.
Where: Western Reserve Academy, Hudson Ohio
Time: 10am to 5pm
Cost: $8; those under 18 are free.

September 7, 2013
Lakewood Community Festival
What: Enjoy live entertainment, arts and crafts, music, food, and fun.
Where: Madison Park, Madison between Clarence and Halstead Aves., Lakewood
Time: 11am - 5pm
Cost: free

September 6, 2013
Tremont Art Walk
What: Enjoy the many galleries of Cleveland's Tremont neighborhood at this monthly event.
Where: Tremont
Time: 6pm - 10pm
Cost: free

(Last updated 9-2-13)

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