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  Mason’s Creamery

image11Happy Wednesday to you! Half way to the weekend and all is well.

Today I want to introduce you to a darling, ice cream, CLE gem, Mason’s Creamery. Located on Bridge Avenue, Mason’s Creamery is making their sweet mark on Ohio City. With a wide variety of flavors that change daily the team will ensure you get the freshest ingredients in every scoop or cup.

image8Walking up to the creamery, you instantly feel welcome by the colorful array of tables and the cheerful mural by artist Erin Guido. Once you step inside, you’d notice Mason’s Creamery is a taste of old school classic with a dash of rich a flavor explosions!

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From Ugandan Vanilla and Mexican Chocolate to seasonal favorites likes Sweet Potato Pie and Lavender Salted Carmel you can’t go wrong and if you’re looking to spice it up, try Roasted Banana Vanilla with Sweet Siracha Sauce. I indulged in refreshing watermelon sorbet perfect for a summer’s day and to put the cherry on top of this trip (no pun intended) we had to try the insta-famous Fernet-Branca ice cream topped with homemade Frangelico whipped cream. Talk about perfection!

Next time you are in the neighborhood and you are having an ice cream craving, stop into Mason’s Creamery, I promise you will be so happy you did!

(written by Erin S.  |  edited by Charity)

  fall happenings

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Hey friends, happy new week to you. It was another great fall weekend to be living in Northeast, Ohio, don’t you agree? Our backyard looks like an abstract painting of yellow, orange and deep red hues as the trees loose their leaves prepping for the impending winter ahead.

Over the weekend we attended the first of hopefully many barn parties at Spice Acres (photo above,) home to Jackie and Ben Bebenroth. Nestled in the Cuyahoga National Valley this farm/homestead is a busy city dwellers dream country escape. If they ever open the farm to the public again you’ve got to try and get a ticket and go explore. Plus, great news…from the ticket sales of the dinner the family was able to buy a new (used) tractor to help in farming the land, congrats you guys!

In addition to the farm dinner, we took a long walk with Baby Ninja in the Rocky River Reservation and again, so many captivating fall colors. We are so lucky to have such a stunning parks system so close and so accessible to everyone. This fall try and get out and go for a walk, a run or a ride on your closest Metropark trails. So pretty.

Besides all of the outdoor fall activities there are a few fall/Halloween-focused events that I wanted to let everyone know about…

>“Shuck yeah!” : This new fall event celebrates oyster time in the CLE. Hosted by Cleveland Scene Magazine and nestled in Tyler Village, come get yourself some oysters, a craft beer, listen to some good tunes and enjoy your fall Saturday (the 25th.) PLUS, after you’ve shucked your oysters, chef Zach Bruell will be hosting an oyster toppings bar complete with many flavor enhancers from the classic mignonette to pesto to a spicy cocktail sauce…go ahead, try them all.

> Boo at the Zoo : Looking to entertain your “little animals” look no further than the Cleveland Metroparks and their annual Boo at the Zoo event. Not only is the month of October free admission for all kids, next weekend; October 23rd-26th is the final weekend for the spook free Halloween celebration. Get your tickets here.

> Westgate Mall Halloween Extravaganza : Saturday, October 25th from 1-3pm, the shopping plaza will host pumpkin carving/decorating, crafts, trick o treating and more. If you need to run to “Tarjay” this would be a great time to drag the kiddo’s with you…getting errands crossed off your list while still satisfying the little ones with, snack size candy bars and pretty pumpkin decorating. Sounds like a win win!

> Fall ice cream : I haven’t been able to check it out personally but I keep hearing wonderful things about the new Mason’s Creamery in Ohio City. This week try and get over to visit this new shop, have a few scoops salty caramel, smores or something pumpkiny. Ice cream is so much more tempting to me rather than Halloween candy.

> Circus in town : This weekend is the annual visit of the Ringling Bros and Barnum Bailey show “Built to Amaze.” Grab your friends and go check out the clowns, elephants and trapeze artists at the Q.

> Chelsea’s : It’s time to get your costumes on for next weeks holiday hoopla. Get yourself over to Chelsea’s Vintage and Costume Rentals for those last minute party rentals or for the perfect costume finishing touches they literally have every costume need possible.

Just a few fall, Halloween events for you to explore. Have a great week everyone. Cheers!