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Monday, December 31, 2012
Before you head out on New Year's Day, here's a list of what's open and closed in the area.
Happy New Year! Fairlawn-Bath Patch wishes you and your family the best in the new year. Before you head out on New Year's Day we rounded up a list of basic businesses that are open and closed. We couldn't possibly round up all the stores and restaurants in the area, so if we missed one, please tell us in the comments! The following businesses are CLOSED: • Fairlawn City Hall, Bath Township Hall • Post offices • Banks • Government buildings • Akron Public Library System, including Fairlawn-Bath Branch. • Mustard Seed Market The following businesses are OPEN: • Walgreens is open 24 hours • Giant Eagle Montrose 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. • Giant Eagle Fairlawn Town Centre 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. • Bob Evans Montrose 7 a.m. • Earth Fare 10 a.m. to 8 p.m…
Do you have any New Year's Eve superstitions or traditions? Tell us in the comments.
Because kissing at the stroke of midnight is so last New Year's Eve.
Do you plan ahead? Listen up then, because Facebook is offering a new feature for New Year's Eve. Instead of clogging up the phone lines with mass texts and calls, schedule your good wishes ahead of time. Whether it's from near or far, you can wish any of your Facebook friends a Happy New Year at midnight in a personal message. Whether friends from Fairlawn-Bath and Solon want to swap messages or someone from Brecksville wants to wish someone a Happy New Year in New Jersey, it can be arranged. Facebook is now offering a service that will deliver a private message to any of your friends that will appear in their inbox at midnight Jan. 1. To get started, click here. You can even add a photo to the message. It's sort of like sending a …
Saturday, December 29, 2012
Do you have any unusual New Year's traditions? Here's five common ones many follow.
Through the years, New Year's Eve rituals and superstitions have been passed on. Here's five more common traditions: Origins of this well-known tradition are not as popular as the act itself. At the stroke of midnight, kissing a loved one is said to ensure continued affections between the pair into the New Year. Not kissing anyone at midnight is believed to bring one loneliness in the New Year. It's fun, but this ritual was once used as a protective measure. The belief was that loud noise making would scare away evil spirits. Sometimes people use less safe ways to create noise at the stroke of midnight — like fireworks and shooting guns. Discharging fireworks and guns for this purpose is illegal. Remember, that bullet has to come down …
Wednesday, December 26, 2012
Check out these great events around Fairlawn and Bath.
If you’re still looking for a great way to celebrate New Year’s Eve, you’re in luck. There are plenty of businesses in Northeast Ohio hosting special events for the holiday. Here are a few: Do you know of any other local businesses hosting special events for New Year’s Eve? Add the details in the comments. Editor’s note: These events all had openings as of Dec. 21, but you’ll have to call the business to see if that’s still the case.