Silent auction, pie contest will take place along with annual duck race
Thank you to everyone who has already adopted ducks for the Westlake Historical Society’s annual Rubber Duck Race on Saturday, Aug. 24, at the Westlake Recreation Center. Ducks can still be adopted on our website, www.westlakeohiohistory.org. The event begins at noon and promises to be a lot of fun.
As part of the Rubber Duck Race, there will also be a large Silent Auction and Old-Fashioned Pie Contest.
The Silent Auction features over 30 items from different donors including theater tickets, movie night packages (DVDs & snacks), passes for museums and attractions, electronics, and many other fantastic items.
We appreciate everyone who has already donated items for our silent auction.
Also, there is still time to enter the Old-Fashioned Pie Contest to be held with the Duck Race on Saturday, Aug. 24, at the Westlake Recreation Center. The pie contest is only for amateur bakers entering homemade dessert pies. You do not need to be a resident of Westlake, but you do need to drop off your entry at the Westlake Recreation Center Community Room by 1:30 p.m. the day of the contest. We will have separate divisions for students and adults.
The Westlake Historical Society’s Museum Store will be open and memberships will also be available.
This is a free, family-friendly event with no admission charge. Children are welcome and a duck pond for the kids will be available.
If you have any questions, please call the Clague House Museum at 216-848-0680, or email us at email@example.com.
Lysa Stanton is a retired special education teacher and the President of the Westlake Historical Society. She lives in Westlake with her wonderful husband, Dave and her awesome pets.