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Elfin’ Brew Hop and Sylvania’s Miracle on Main Street

For a weekend packed with activities visit Sylvania’s Miracle on Main Street. Friday night the Historical Village will host a tree lighting ceremony during the First Friday Artwalk, which brings visitors to local shops and eateries. The Elfin’ Brew Hop will make its rounds to craft breweries on both Friday and Saturday afternoons til close,

Speak Easily, Drink Openly at Uptown’s End of Prohibition Party

Party like it’s 1933 and celebrate legal booze during the End of Prohibition Party, co-hosted by neighboring UpTown bars, Georgjz419 and Wesley’s. Past will be made perfect with themed cocktails, era attire, a 9pm dance party, a 10pm Champagne toast, and more speakeasy-styled fun to celebrate 85 years since the end of prohibition. Free (minus

Bird’s Eye View Circus’ Hammock Workshop—Sling: Twists and Twirls

If you’re experienced in the world of aerial arts and looking to enhance your skills, Bird’s Eye View Circus is offering a hammock workshop called Sling: Twist and Twirls with instructor Emily Lemieux. Required prerequisites are unassisted pullover, and inverts in the air. Students will delve into fluid movements, creative pathways and shapes while twisting

The Arthritis Foundation’s Annual Jingle Bell Run

Participate in this year’s holiday-themed 5K race at the Jingle Bell Run. Racers and their teams can enter the 5K run or one-mile walk to show off their holiday spirit. Runners are encouraged to deck out in holiday-themed costumes and apparel. Spread the cheer and awareness, as this race benefits The Arthritis Foundation, a nonprofit


Since 2001, the UlrichPinciotti Design Group has created bold, memorable logos, video, web, and print design for regional businesses and organizations. Their portfolio boasts work for companies such as law firms, educational institutions and community treasures, among others. These graphic design mavens moved to 617 Adams St. in 2003 from their former space on Ontario