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The Plate Scrapers will perform at Rehm Gazebo in Orr Park on Thursday, June 27, at 7 pm.

The Plate Scrapers originated in 2014 and are far more than your average bluegrass band.  Through diverse backgrounds and influences ranging from jazz, to hard rock, to fund, the band has taken their music to an eclectic new level.

The next concert is The Voices of Ohio on July 11.

 

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ORR POOL will open on Monday, July 8, for a Monday Moonlight Mega Madness family swim night!  Hours will be from 6:45 – 8:30 pm.  Season pass-holders are free; otherwise, adult entry is $4 and children are $3.  The general public is invited to attend.  Call Orr Pool at 330-684-5070 if you have any questions.  A future Moonlight Swim will also be held on July 22 with an ice cream social.

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On behalf of the Wayne County Commissioners, the Wayne County Planning Department will hold an open house June 25 from 5:30-7:30 p.m., at the Wayne County Administrative Building, to receive public input on the draft recommendations of the Comprehensive Plan, Wayne Onward.

Citizens are encouraged to attend the open house and take an active role in updating the plan.

The open house will feature stations with information boards and the planning team and Steering Committee will be available to answer questions.  The stations are self-paced; citizens are welcome to come and go throughout the event.

Citizens who are unable to attend the open house can view the information boards during the Roadshow.  The... Read More >

July 19 -- Ralph Breaks the Internet (rated PG)
     sponsored by Armstrong Cable

The City of Orrville is providing free outdoor entertainment for our residents by showing a series of family-friendly movies this summer.  The movies will be shown at Rehm Pavilion (gazebo) on Friday nights at dusk.  In cases of bad weather, movies will be held at Schmid Hall.

 

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The City is selling mattress bags to enclose your mattress and box springs if you are setting them out for trash pickup. Our trash hauler HAS now made this a mandatory requirement, and they will not pick up mattresses if they are not wrapped in plastic. These bags are available for sale in the Safety-Service Department in City Hall for $6.00 King/Queen size and $4.00 for Full/Twin size.   Upholstered furniture also needs to be wrapped in plastic and these mattress bags can be cut and taped together to cover furniture also.

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