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Petros Lake Park is a fun place to hangout with your family or a group of friends. Take a walk along the trails and enjoy the beautiful nature that adorns this park. Different, rare species of plants, fishing opportunities at the lake and multi-use grounds can be enjoyed by the visitors.
The Franklin Park Civic Center, colloquially known as the Tudor House, is a historic structure which was previously used as a residence. Built in 1913, the house encompasses an area of 5.8 acres (2.3 hectares). The huge 20-room house is now a civic center and is used by the community for various activities. The facility is also rented out for private events like weddings, receptions, luncheons and meetings. For details about the rent and booking, please log on to their website.
InfoCision Stadium–Summa Field is the turf of the Akron Zips football and a part of the University of Akron. It opened its doors in 2009 and features luxury boxes, private suites and a team shop. The facility is spread across seven floors and has other amenities as well.
A prominent soccer field at the University of Akron Campus, the FirstEnergy Stadium-Cub Cadet Field is home-ground to the Akron Zip's men and women college soccer teams. The Field is also known to host several inter-college events and programs. For more details on current events, do visit the website or call ahead.
The Paul A. Daum Theatre is tucked inside the Kolbe Hall located at the University of Akron. All shows are directed and produced by the performance arts students, and they are known to put on quite a show. The theater can seat around 250 people and has become very popular. Do contact for more details.
Located just outside of Akron, Ohio, this fairground hosts the annual county fair along with a number agricultural events. Visit the website for additional details.
Students Union of the University of Akron is a student's body that is a meeting place of sorts for ideas, views and social gatherings. With its asymmetrical silhouette and glass decor, the organization caters to various arts, music, theater and performing events. There are ballrooms, game rooms, book store and even a lounge area. Events held here include workshops, seminars, lectures, dance and music shows, literary events and much more. Each space within the union is well facilitated. Thus, this place is a voice for students.
The Canal Park Stadium is one of the largest stadiums in Akron and can comfortably accommodate approximately 9000 people at a time. Opened in 1997, it has since then hosted innumerable important local and national matches. Well-equipped with amenities, it is also used to host concerts and community events on non-match days. Call for details.
Lock 3 is an outdoor amphitheater that plays host to a variety of events in the summer months. Friday nights feature WONE's Free Admission Rock the Lock Concerts with the country's best tribute artists and Saturdays are Lock 3 Live! Concerts with touring artists. The Annual Rib, White and Blue Festival is held at Lock 3 in July, as well as Akron's Italian Festival and The National Hamburger Festival. In the fall and winter, Lock 3 hosts Ohio's largest ice-skating rink as well as the Akron Chriskindl Market.
This entertainment home that is spread over less than one acre of land, is the Loew's Theater. With it's great architectural design of Italian Renaissance, the theater is said to be an excellent example of the great movie palaces of the early days i.e. the 1920's. Serving the visitors as the first theater of the County, the theater is visible to the public for Broadway shows, dance performances, etc.
Greystone Hall remains one of downtown’s iconic buildings. Built in 1917, its seven stories are unified in Georgian architecture and understated elegance. Its exterior stone facade is intricately carved while the interiors are replete with chandeliers, fireplaces, marble walls and an ornate decor that infuse a regal and old-world charm. On its second floor is the Ballroom and Barrister’s Lounge, while the Doric and Egyptian rooms are located on its 4th floor. A 450-seater theater occupies its top two levels. Unrivaled services and catering facilities are personalized for banquets, receptions, conferences and private events.
Unlike most of the auditoriums that are open to a limited genres of events, the Main Library Auditorium entertains its visitors by opening up to various art forms. Its dynamic list of events features concerts, storytelling events, literary events, lectures, film screenings and dramas, all of which are held throughout the year. The auditorium is among the latest additions to the library, which was heavily refurbished in 2004. So you can expect a modern setup that is accentuated by advanced sound and light technologies.