Enjoy the outdoors Saturday while you enjoy a wide range of offerings at the Get Out Festival in Bay Village.
The festival on the BAYarts campus will include food, art and music, as you would expect at a festival, but it also will have health and wellness talks and demonstrations and goat yoga. Just to clarify, humans will do yoga; the baby goats are there to be a cute distraction from the exercise. Unfortunately, the goat yoga session is sold out, but you can get your fix in the goat petting area.
I attended the Get Out Festival last year and really enjoyed it. The campus is across Lake Road from Huntington Beach in the Cleveland Metroparks’ Huntington Reservation, a beautiful setting. The event was well attended with a nice selection of vendors, but it wasn’t overly crowded. There also was plenty of free parking. An early forecast says Saturday will be cloudy with a high of 72 degrees. Sounds good to me.
The festival runs from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., leaving time before or after to enjoy the beach or the nearby Lake Erie Nature & Science Center on Wolf Road, which is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission to the festival, the beach and the nature center is free.
Also happening Saturday on the BAYarts campus is the Bay Village Trike & Bike, a fundraiser for kids ages 3-12 that supports pediatric cancer research at Cleveland Clinic Children’s Hospital. You can register here as an individual or team.