Friday, May 27, 2011
Not sure what to do this weekend in Cuyahoga Falls? Here are some ideas!
It’s Friday, and you have no idea what you’ll do for the weekend. Patch is coming to the rescue. We've got the best bets for your done-work-outta-here time. Check our picks for the activities to hit and bars/restaurants/shops to explore. 1. A DAY OUT WITH THOMAS THE TANK ENGINE Where/When: Boston Mills Boarding Station, 7100 Riverview Rd., Peninsula; Friday, Saturday and Sunday starting at 9:30 a.m. Why Go: Activities for little engineers include inflatable bounces, model railroad display, a maze, a play area, and a Touch A Truck display. The 25-minute train ride will depart every hour, rain or shine. Price: $14 to $16. 2. ROCKIN' ON THE RIVER Where/When: 2085 Front St., Cuyahoga Falls; Friday from 5 p.m. to 11:30 p.m. Why go: Lock 4 …
Tuesday, May 17, 2011
The Cuyahoga Falls Community Chorus not only honored the armed forces but one of their own, the late George F. Seigman.
Watch a portion of the Cuyahoga Falls Community Chorus' performance at the Cuyahoga Falls Library Monday night.
Saturday, April 2, 2011
He taught history at Ellet High in Akron and sang with the Cuyahoga Falls Community Chorus.
George F. Seigman, a retired history teacher, designed the official seal of Summit County, which was adopted by the County Council in 1981. The Cuyahoga Falls resident, who died March 30 at age 89, created the seal as a circle, divided into four parts. Each quarter depicts a different aspect of county history: Its beginnings as the Western Reserve wilderness, its role as a major stop along the Ohio and Erie canals, its agricultural economy and its industrial era. At the center of the seal is “1840,” the county’s founding date. The seal’s outer ring has 10 stars – five on each side - representing the county’s status in 1981 as having Ohio’s 5th largest population and 5th largest income level. Seigman’s seal was selected from the entries in …