Old Firehouse Winery Schedule Change for July


Due to a scheduling conflict, the 1st Annual Cruisin’ the Strip car show will be held on July 25th instead of July 18th. The Old Firehouse Winery Arts & Crafts show will still have a Hawaiian theme on the 25th, so don your big-flowered shirts and your flip-flops, come out for the Arts & Crafts Show and stick around for Cruisin’ the Strip – beginning at 5pm and featuring classic cars, hot rods and motorcycles!




We’ll keep the Motorcycle Theme for Saturday, July 18th and will have FREE parking for motorcycles in back of the Winery near the Arts & Crafts Show. If you’ve got a bike, be sure to mark your calendar and make plans to join us on the 18th! See you in GOTL!

Big Show in Geneva-on-the-Lake — Saturday, July 4th!


The weather forecast for this weekend is **perfect** so we hope many of you will get up and get out to the Old Firehouse Winery, 5499 Lake Rd E, Geneva, OH 44041 for Saturday’s big “Fourth of July” celebration. There’ll be tons to see and do this weekend – bring the kids, some chairs, a picnic basket – make a day of it and hang around for the fireworks.

The Old Firehouse Winery Red, White and Blue Craft Show hours are from Noon – 8pm. The Tasting Room and Patio at the winery are open until midnight. See below for a complete list of this weekend’s exhibitors; click the image for a downloadable copy.

See you in GOTL!



Exhibitor List for July 2nd “An Evening in the Falls”

Join us tomorrow, Thursday, July 2nd for the first of several nights out in downtown Olmsted Falls. There’ll be food, wine, music and of course, art. The event takes place from 6-9pm near Grand Pacific Junction Historic Shopping District, 8082 Columbia Rd, Olmsted Falls, OH 44138. See a complete list of exhibitors below.




Northcoast Promotions and the City of Olmsted Falls are proud to present “An Evening in the Falls”, a monthly night out featuring food, music, art and some very unique shopping opportunities. The event will take place from 6-9pm on the first Thursday of the month in July, September and October in … Continue reading →