last year, i posted about the bridge project, an extension of ingenuity festival. well...it's back! i've been looking forward to this event since we went last year, keeping my eyes and ears open for the official dates and times. unfortunately, we won't be experiencing it as a whole family this year since the 2 older kids will be out of town. but i don't think it will stop the rest of us from going. unlike last year, i believe this year ingenuity festival is going to be held at the bridge as opposed to adding an additional event. so i think this one is going to be BIG. the festival starts tonight from 4 p.m. - 12 a.m. then continues tomorrow from 12 p.m. - 4:30 p.m. free admission. check out the schedule and plan your day at the bridge!
teddy bear day is at the zoo saturday from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. all kids with a teddy bear or other plush toy will receive a free zoo admission with a paying adult. the bears are one of our favorites to see at the zoo, and the grizzly bear is aaron's favorite. there will be scheduled activities going on and programs highlighting the care of all the bear species at the zoo. and if you're special bear is feeling a bit under the weather, be sure to stop by the teddy bear clinic so the bear doctors can check him (or her) out.
if you like being transported back in time and getting a glimpse of what it was like before all these homes, cars and electricty, then you might not want to miss fall fest: 18th century festival at the brecksville reservation. we had such a great (though brief) time last week that surely this event will not disappoint. you will have the opportunity to quilt, card and dye wool, and sample some 18th century foods (apple cider and honey just sound so good!). the event runs from 11 a.m. - 5 p.m. and is free to the public.
|Jakarta 2007 |
photo credit: michelle vinje