The four-day extravaganza features everything from art and science demonstrations to a simulated crime lab. Theres also a wine-and-cheese party, free massages, balloon rides -- even an 18,000-piece jigsaw puzzle you can put together. This has been a two-year project, says Kenney. You can learn a little bit about history, science, and art. Theres something for everyone.
Movie fans can check out classics beamed onto the museums outside walls, animal lovers can pet visitors from the Akron Zoo, and kids can take in a bubble show. Plus, visitors can explore every nook and cranny of our 25th presidents final resting place . . . and not get kicked out at the end of the day. Its a neat experience, says Kenney. The monument was a community endeavor. We really wanted to keep that aspect of the community alive.
June 27-July 1