Medina art lovers have numerous choices in the coming days
July 18, 2013 by Mark
As summer kicks into high gear, Medina, residents have a wide choice of things to do in the coming days, with several events, shows and similar offerings planned that are bound to keep people in this small Ohio city busy having fun during Art Week.
On July 20, at 2:00 pm, local performers will give an organ concert. A favorite of Medina residents, it has not been performed in five years. The 2013 event is greatly anticipated, and will take place at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, located in Medina at 317 E. Liberty Street. Admission is free.
Also coming up this weekend is the Art-in-the-Park celebration on Sunday, July 21. Some events are suitable for children, others for the whole family. Children’s events are slated for the Brunswick Recreation Center and Medina Square and include subjects such as introduction to drama, as well as singers and storytellers. Children’s programming takes place around noon, while evening performances are geared to adults and families.
The famous show runs from 11:00 am to 5:00 pm in Medina Square and is a juried event that attracts talent from around the country. Like the other performances, the show is free.
This embarrassment of riches should make Art Week in and around Medina a fine way to spend summer’s sunny days and warm nights. Event organizers could work with flyer printing services to devise a mailer for county residents, listing the events, venues, times, and driving instructions.