April – May 2014
$9.00 Adults and Kids over 9 years old
If you have been to our Breakfast with Santa this event is similar but we do try and also have a Easter Egg Hunt when the weather permits. We will have the Gateway Pavilion partially heated and closed in for the cold months by then so we may be able to get a cool little gig going on there.
Find unique, charming, handcrafted home and accessory items at discounted prices during this special sale at Best Bib and Tucker located in Historic Downtown Hartville.
Friday, May 2 is a Marketing BootCamp from 12p to 4p. We have six hard-hitting, rapid-fire sessions happening with a Q and A panel discussion at the end of the day. Bring a note pad and get ready! These sessions will happen one after the other, but don’t worry, we’ll have some snacks for you to keep your energy up. It’s going to be a fun afternoon. Tickets are limited.
Saturday, May 3 is all about WordPress from 8a to 4p. We’ll have sessions for every experience level. We’re getting into it all. From the basic nuts and bolts to getting under the hood and seeing what makes a WordPress site work and what you can do to make it work better and smarter. Our speaker line-up is shaping up to be really powerful… we’ll release that soon, you won’t want to miss out!
Breakfast, lunch and and some oh-so-sweet swag will be provided Saturday.
Registration times for both days is being determined.
This annual special event takes place this year at Quail Hollow State Park Saturday, May 3 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., AND Sunday, May 4 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Artisans will be stationed on all three floors of the historic Stewart manor house and on the lawn surrounding the home. The Quail Hollow Herbal Society will hold its annual plant sale with over 150 varieties of culinary, decorative, herbs and flowering plants. Food items will be on sale including sandwiches, snacks and soft drinks. Sponsored by the Quail Hollow Herbal Society and the Quail Hollow Volunteer Association.
Vendor information and an application for artists and crafters may be downloaded by visiting the Park’s website.
Learn the interesting history of the Asplin and Longaberger Basket factories formerly located in Hartville from former employees who worked for the companies.
Speakers will share their special memories in the church sanctuary, and displays and intermission will be in the fellowship hall.
This special event is free and open to the public. Come enjoy light refreshments, and dress casually. It is sponsored by the Lake Township Historical Society.