October 2014 – January 2015 Au Pair Meetings

October Au Pair Meeting: WORLD OF NIGHTMARES  (Haunted House)

Date: Sunday, October 19th 2014
Time: 7pm – 9pm
Place: 19191 Bagley Rd, Middleburg Heights, OH 44130
Price: $20 (usually $25 but I have a $5 off coupon for each of you)

This will also be a fire safety event. Please arrive on time to make sure not to miss the Fire Safety instruction. If you are late and miss it, you will not be able to go into the Haunted House as you”ll have to do the fire safety part with me.

Website: http://www.worldofnightmares.com

 

November Au Pair Meeting: Cheesecake Factory Lunch

Date: Saturday, November 1st 2014
Time: 12:00 – 2:00 pm
Place: Cheesecake Factory, 25001 Cedar Rd, Lyndhurst, OH 44124 (Legacy Village)
Price: Approx. $10 depending on what you order

 

December Au Pair Meeting – Ice Skating

Date: Saturday, December 6th 2014
Time: 2:00pm-4:00pm
Place: Lock 3, 200 South Main Street Akron, OH 44308

http://lock3live.com

Admission: is free and skate rental is around $3.00
What To Bring: warm clothes, hat, gloves

Directions:
From Youngstown, Kent and other points east: take I-76 West to Main St/Broadway, Exit 22A. Exit right on to Broadway. Turn left on State St. Turn right on S Main St. Lock 3 is on the left.

From Canton and points south: take I-77 North to Main St/Broadway, Exit 22A. Exit right onto Broadway. Turn left on State St. Turn right on S Main St. Lock 3 is on the left.

From Medina and other points west: take I-77 South to Main St/Broadway, Exit 22A. Turn left on Broadway. Turn left on State St. Turn right on S Main St. Lock 3 is on the left.

 

January 2015  Au Pair Meeting – Snow Tubing

Date: January 10th 2015 (raindate is January 11th 2015)
Time: 12:00-3:00pm
Location: Snow Tubing @ Polar Blast Brandywine
1146 West Highland Rd, Sagamore Hills, OH 44067
Cost: $25
Websitehttp://bmbw.com/snow-tubing-polar-blast.html
What do we wear snow tubing?: The best way to dress for winter is to wear layers: The exterior protection layer of a shell and pants serves as your guard against the elements and should be waterproof. Cover your head–with a hat, hood or both–as this is where most of your body heat escapes.
Keep your hands warm by wearing gloves (preferably waterproof) that fit well.
Other essentials are warm socks and sunscreen. (Sunscreen isn’t just for summer, you know.) Being prepared to be outside helps ensure that you will have the best time you can while you’re out playing in the snow!

Tuesday, 29 July 2014 10:42 AM

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