Vermilion Ohio News #Announcements


Main Street Vermilion's All Washed Up Driftwood Art Exhibit is now online. There are 13 amazing works of art. Enjoy online, and, beginning Monday, August 10, downtown businesses will be hosting the art in their stores. The list of locations will be available shortly on the website. Visit www.mainstreetvermilion.org/all-washed-up to view the artwork and watch for the list of business locations displaying the artwork.

Have you always wanted to practice yoga but hesitated because you thought it looked too difficult? If you are seeking a yoga class that will demystify yoga and teach the basics in a supportive and fun environment, then this class is for you! Vermilion Beach Yoga Classes take place at Sherod Park through September 7. Classes start out with warm-ups and proceed to step-by-step asana.

Coffee & Donuts for Veterans will be offered on Tuesday, August 4, 2020 from 9 am 11 am at Kingston of Vermilion in Vermilion, Ohio, distributed via a drive thru at the Kingston parking lot. Hosted by Kingston of Vermilion and Kingston Residence of Vermilion, enjoy free coffee and doughnuts at Kingston. Kingston is excited to see all of our community's wonderful veterans in a safe and delicious way.

Erie and Anchor in Vermilion, Ohio is excited to announce the applications for the #VermilionStrong grant is now open. If you are a downtown Vermilion, Ohio business owner that has been impacted by COVID, you may be selected to receive a grant for $500-$1000. To apply, take a few minutes to answer a few questions on the online form.

The Erie Shore Watercross Tour is officially cancelling the final event that was scheduled for September in Vermilion. Things seem to be getting worse before they are getting better, and organizers take the safety of staff, riders, and community very seriously. What they couldn't do this year will only be done bigger and better in 2021.

Commodore's Place Flea Market FREE Sale takes place Saturday from 11 am to 7 pm at 995 State Street in Vermilion, hosted by The Friends of Harbour Town 1837. THE FINAL DAY: The Flea Market located in the Commodore's Place, 995 State Street, next to the old haunted schoolhouse has come to an end. Everything on the tables must go! All items spread out over 70 tables are FREE for the taking.

The Lions Club of Vermilion will hold a Drive Thru Festival on August 22, 2020 from 4 pm to 9 pm at the Nest Restaurant in Vermilion, Ohio. The event will feature Lions Club famous french fries and the Nest famous festival gyros. The Lions Club will also be selling tickets for a 50/50 raffle. The event will take place at the Nest Restaurant.

The Friends of Harbour Town 1837 Flea Market Box Sale takes place every Sunday from noon to 5 pm. $5.00 for whatever you can fit in a box. Bring your own box, or boxes available for $1.00. The Friends of Harbour Town 1837 is located at 995 State Street in Vermilion Ohio.

First Baptist Church of Vermilion is offering Saturday Serve Free Carry Out Lunch. Join the church the third Saturday each month for a free carry out luncheon. Pulled chicken on a delicious Aunt Millie's kaiser bun, barbecued baked beans, macaroni salad and cookies is the meal for Saturday, July 18. Simply pull into the parking lot and let the Saturday Serve Crew know how many meals you need.

The Vermilion Beach Market organizers are sorry to announce that the Vermilion Beach Market is cancelled for August 7-8, 2020. The market will be rescheduled for Friday, August 6 and Saturday, August 7, 2021. The Erie County Health Department has mandated that the market be cancelled due to rising COVID cases in Erie County, as well as in neighboring counties. View the nearly 80 talented vendors.

Erie Shore Wave Runners announces the latest updates for the 2020 Erie Shore Watercross Tour: - We are officially cancelling the Port Clinton event in August. - As of this moment we are approved for a Vermilion event in Mid September. However, with the way the Covid numbers are now increasing in Ohio there is a strong chance that this event may not happen either.

Due to the latest update to Level 3 for Lorain County, beginning at 6 pm today, face masks are required in all Lorain County Metro Parks indoor locations and also in outdoor settings when you are unable to maintain 6' distance between yourself and others outside your household.