Hours of operation for the Parade of Homes:
September 13-14, September 16,
and September 19-21
Saturdays/Sundays: 11:00 am – 5:30 pm
Tuesday: 11:00 am – 5:00 pm
Fridays: 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm
3453 Lake Center St.
Uniontown, OH 44685
PARADE OF HOMES LOCATION:
King’s Ridge Development – Green, OH
4461 Broadley Circle, Uniontown, OH 44685
Arlington Road to E. Caston OR S. Main Street to E. Caston. Turn onto
Castlegate in King’s Ridge. Right onto Bloomsbury. Dead ends into Broadley Circle.
PARADE ENTRY FEATURES:
- Unique, modern farmhouse design
- Creative use of reclaimed materials on exterior and interior of house
- Fantastic gourmet kitchen including custom cabinets
- Large mudroom with custom built-in locker system
- Luxury master suite including tile shower and freestanding tub
Our vintner’s dinners started in 2010 and are held the third Thursday of every month. The dinner features new wines, new food and new friends.
This popular event has been a sell out every month, sometimes selling out weeks in advance.
The five course meal is a culinary adventure that will pair Maize Valley wines with delicious, homegrown, local foods. Yes – we have crops that we are harvested in the winter. Each course will be accompanied by a Maize Valley wine.
This is your opportunity to learn a little more about the wine-making process, to taste and explore new wines and learn how they complement and enhance the foods they are paired with, and a chance to make new friends.
Winemaker Todd Vaughan will be on hand to explain a little more about the wine-making process as well as why and how he chose the food and wine pairings for the vintners dinner.
Reservations and advance payments are necessary for this event – the base cost for this five course meal and all corresponding wines is $40 per person including tax and gratuity. (Some months may be more depending on the menu). Advance reservations may be purchased for any of the vintner’s dinners. Reservations and payments can be made by calling 330-877-8344. Check out our cancellation policy.
Join us for a Silent Auction & Raffle to benefit Sharon Budd
Raintree Country Club
(4350 Mayfair Rd, Uniontown, OH 44685)
Appetizers, entertainment, cash bar, silent auction, over 100 raffle items, adults only
Tickets are just $20!
Purchase tickets online at www.buddstrong.com or at the following locations:
The Shear Shop- Uniontown, First Merit Bank- Massillon Rd., Green,
Coordinated by neighbors, friends and family of the Budd’s, to help cover medical expenses and future rehabilitation expenses. All
proceeds go directly to the Budd family.
Sharon Budd is a very special person in so many people’s lives. She is a mother of four, from Uniontown, who was critically injured Thursday, July 10th, 2014 when she, her husband Randy, and her daughter Kaylee were driving to New York City.
Sharon was hit by a boulder thrown from an overpass while Kaylee was at the wheel. The boulder struck her in the face,
causing severe damage. It is a miracle that Kaylee was able to get the car stopped safely. Kaylee has been so strong…as
have Randy, Luke, James, and Joey. It’s the kind of strength they learned from Sharon when she fought and BEAT breast
cancer 15 years ago. They are supporting Sharon now as she fights to get her life back, the life she knew before this
unspeakable violent tragedy happened. Sharon remains in critical condition, at the Geisinger Medical Center in Danville,
Pennsylvania, after having emergency brain surgery to allow her brain to swell.
Now, let’s come together in love and support for the incredible Sharon Budd and her family. Sharon is and has always been a
fighter. She has a long road to recovery ahead of her and if we can make that road just a bit more manageable for her and
her family, let’s do it!
7TH ANNUAL LAKE TOWNSHIP FISH BENEFIT DINNER
Mark your calendar for the 7th Annual Lake Township FISH Benefit Dinner to be held at the Hartville Kitchen on Tuesday, September 23 at 6:00 p.m. This is FISH’s main fundraiser and we hope to have a full house for an evening of great food and entertainment. This year we will feature the well-known vocalist and Elvis impersonator, Lonnie Freeman. He will be performing Elvis favorites and gospel music. 100% of the proceeds will benefit FISH. Tickets are $25 and can be purchased by calling the Hartville Kitchen @ 330-877-9353. If you need a vegetarian meal, please request it at the time of ticket purchase. Thanks for your support of Lake Township FISH.
September 24th’s Theme is “International Grilling”
Do you get tired of making business decisions? Who do you get advice from pertaining to your business decisions? What is your biggest challenge today? Is it lonely at the top? Who do you talk to about your business? How are you handling employee benefit plans?
You are invited to attend a new Business to Business Focus Group that will address and offer solutions to these questions, hosted by Allen Insurance & Financial Group, a Division of Allen Marketing & Associates, Inc.
Space is limited to 10, so don’t delay to reserve your spot! Call 1-800-811-9229, or e-mail Kelsie@allenmarketing.net.
Maize Valley’s annual Hot Air Balloon Lift off is scheduled for Saturday September 27, 2014. This favorite event officially kicks off the fall season at Maize Valley. Half a dozen balloons will take to the sky against the backdrop of all of our fall harvest activities.
Take a wagon ride, navigate the corn maze, visit the animals, marvel at the pumpkin cannon and so much more. Take a break from the outdoor fun with a visit to our winery & NEW Craft Brewery. Sip, sample and taste the many wines and beers we offer. With all of our fall fun, your family will be entertained for hours.
Full concessions including hot dogs, hamburgers, grilled Rueben’s and more, plenty of beverages and of course wine and beer tasting will be offered all day. No outside food or beverages permitted.
The fall activities area opens at noon and closes at 10 p.m. (last admission at 9 pm). Regular admission rates apply – $10 ages 13 & up, $8 ages 2 – 12, under 2 is free.
Plan to arrive in the early afternoon for best parking. This also allows for plenty of time to take in ALL that Maize Valley has to offer before the balloons actually lift off in the late afternoon.