Medina’s living room — Public Square Park — continues to be heavily used this summer. On Sunday, August 8th,  the white tents blossomed under the spreading trees once again, and the crowds spilled forth, this time for the large annual craft show called “An Affair on the Square”. It’s not exactly “art”  you find there [...]

All Fired Up! is where you come to demonstrate your creativity by painting unglazed pottery  — plates, platters, frames and any number of items that can be personalized to suit your taste.  It can be done individually and it also works well for children’s  parties or as a family activity. At this late date — [...]

A Holiday Open House this past weekend at the home of Mud Mothers Pottery founder, Elaine Lamb featured a colorful variety of crafts. Click here for the slide show.

Elaine Lamb founded Mud Mothers Pottery in 1975.  It remains a Medina institution…

“The name Mud Mothers is so seventies,” Elaine observes.
But at the time it was very appropriate.  She and a friend, Sarah Jane Ingraham, were both mothers of young children and were both drawn to the delights of turning mud into beautiful pots.  Eventually, [...]

This weekend marks the 25th anniversary of the Candlelight Walk which has transformed downtown Medina into a major Northeast Ohio destination on the first weekend before Thanksgiving.  A silver-plated, limited edition ornament in the shape of Medina’s iconic Gazebo has been created to celebrate the event.
The ornament sells for $20 and comes enclosed in a [...]


Alas, the Medina Farmers Market on the square is finished for 2009, but you still have three more weeks to visit the Indoor Farmers Market at Medina Contractor Connection, 941 N. Court St. The market runs 9am-1pm for three Saturdays in November (7, 14, 21) with local farmers, bakers, and craftspeople.