2016 Events May 5 Ladies Night Out—Mother’s Day Specials, 5pm-8pm May 28 Medina Half Marathon, by Medina County Road Runners 7am Medina Farmers Market 9am-1pm June 4 Kids Day of Safety & Play, by Main Street Medina and Medina Hospital 9am-2pm June 11 Medina County Pizza Palooza, by Main Street Medina and Feeding Medina County 9am-2pm June 11 Rockin' the Court, by South Court Neighborhood Association 5pm-8pm June 23 Ladies Night Out, by Main Street Medina (Art Walk), 5-8:30pm July 11-16 Arts Week, by Medina County Arts Council, afternoons and evening July 17 Art in the Park, by Medina County Art League, 11am-5pm July 22, 23 & 24 Christmas in July at Castle Noel, Call 330-725-6830 for details. July 30 Medina Elf Fest Call 330-725-6830 for details and tickets, 9:30am-1:30pm July 31 Harry Potters Birthday Party, Visit www.ProjectLearnMedina.org for details, 1pm-3pm August 1-7 Medina County Fair (Medina County Fairgrounds, W. Smith Rd) 8am-11pm August 14 An Affair on the Square, by Creative Show Promotions, 11am-5pm August 20 International Fest, by Main Street Medina & Medina Hospital 9am-6pm October 8 Medina Beer Fest, by Weymouth Country Club and Main Street Medina, 6-10pm October 13 Ladies Night Out, by Main Street Medina, 5-8:30pm October 22 Falloween Festival, by Main Street Medina, noon-7pm Nov. 18-20 32nd Medina Candlelight Walk, by Main Street Medina & Root Candles, hours vary November 26 Small Business Saturday, by Main Street Medina, 9am-1pm Saturday mornings Late May – October Medina County Farmers Market 9am-1pm Friday nights Memorial Day – Labor Day Rally in the Alley, 7pm-11pm Friday nights June-July Medina Community Band concerts in the Gazebo 8:30-9:30pm
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