Oct. 1 Bay Cares event showcases local civic groups

Visitors to last year’s Bay Cares Fall Fest event at Bay Village Library.

As the lazy days of summer come to an end, are you looking for activities to keep yourself busy? Maybe you spent some time around Bay Village enjoying all that the community has to offer and would like to become involved.

If so, the fourth annual Bay Cares Fall Fest and volunteer fair can help you find the perfect fit. On Saturday, Oct. 1, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m., representatives from many of Bay’s civic groups will set up tables at the Bay Village Branch Library, 502 Cahoon Road, to share information about their organizations and the volunteer opportunities they offer.

This event promises to be fun for all ages, with live music performed by talented Bay Village musician Cody Hanzel, fall-themed crafts for kids, a 3-D printing demonstration and free refreshments. Tables will be arranged throughout the interior of the library for representatives to display materials about their organization and chat with residents.

Whether it’s gardening, bicycling, history, animals, public safety, democracy, veterans affairs, or providing assistance to those in need, there is a group of friendly folks just waiting for you to join them. Stop by and meet the people that make Bay Village the wonderful community that it is.

The Bay Cares Fall Fest is free for all to attend, sponsored by the Westlake | Bay Village Observer in partnership with the Bay Village Branch Library and the Friends of the Bay Village Branch Library.

Limited table space is still available; interested civic groups should email tara@wbvobserver.com or call 440-409-0114.

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Volume 8, Issue 18, Posted 9:45 AM, 09.20.2016