Things to Do This Weekend: A Mystery Play, a Farmer's Market and More

Patch has ideas for your down time.

Fall is coming to Fairlawn and Bath. Expect temperatures in the 50s and 60s, and maybe even a few scattered showers. Take an umbrella with you and enjoy your weekend. Here's a few options.


In high school football both the Minutemen and the Indians are away this weekend. plays Nordonia (Macedonia) and travels to Wadsworth. Both games begin at 7 p.m.


ends its season with "Panic." The play centers on a famous film director who is accused of a hideos crime at his Paris premiere. The last two performances of the WRP season are Friday and Saturday at 8 pm. Tickets are $11, $10 for seniors and students.


The 11th annual benefits the animals of Pawsilbilities, the Humane Society of Greater Akron. Enjoy dinner, music and an auction at 6 p.m Saturday at the Akron/Fairlawn.

This year's animal hero is Dick Goddard. VIP hosts include Congresswoman Betty Sutton, Doug Corwon, Judge Mary Spicer, County Executive Russ Pry, Bob and Donae Eckert, Sue and Dick Pierson, and Rick and Michelle Schultz.

Tickets are $125 for individual, $250 for patrons.


The Countryside Conservancy Farmers Market runs from at 9 a.m. to noon  Saturday at Howe Meadow in the Cuyahoga Valley National Park. Admission is free. Vendors offer fruit, vegetables, honey and pastries.


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