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Open bowling sessions and general lane rentals are common at Mahall's Twenty Lanes which provides ten pin bowling. The site even features live music acts every weekend amd a full on-site restaurant that offers dine-in options as well as take-out.
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The Westfield Great Northern Mall, 4954 Great Northern Blvd, North Olmsted, OH 44070 MoreLess Info
Offering a 3D miniature golf experience, Alien Vacation Mini Golf features 18 holes of golf lit by black lights and glowing objects. The course also has animatronic features, and serves themed refreshments.
For people who enjoy bowling, Buckeye Lanes offers open bowl, group outings, parties, league play, and Rockin' Bowl on Friday and Saturday nights. Guests can grab drinks and munchies at the snack bar/lounge and browse equipment in Sillia's Pro Shop.
Founded way back in 1840, the West Side Market is the oldest public market in the area. Now it's is home to more than 100 vendors, which sell only fresh products, from seafood to herbs. Also, in here there is found a wide range of ethnic diversity.
Located in Cuyahoga Valley National Park, Beaver Marsh is a prime spot for visitors to watch wetland wild life. The marsh lies just off the trail head, and offers views of many different kinds of birds and land animals.
Affiliated with Kent State University, the Porthouse Theater has been in operation since 1968. The theater hosts an array of theatrical productions, and offers opportunities for developing and aspiring actors to train and practice their craft.