OHIO - It's the last official weekend of the summer.
But hold off on folding up those lawn chairs and packing away the bathing suits.
Plenty of spots across Northeast Ohio are offering up some entertaining ways to soak up every minute of sun and fun.
Besides from the region's parades, check out a few activities happening below.
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Cleveland Air Show: The Labor Day weekend staple is back again from September 3-5 at Burke Lakefront Airport. Advance ticket prices begin at $21 for adults and $14 for kids 6-11. Learn more by visiting their website.
Cleveland Oktoberfest: Pumpkin spice lattes are back in stores, so it's basically fall, right? Kick off the fall season with what organizers say is Northeast Ohio's largest annual outdoor festival. The event begins at 4 p.m. Friday and runs through Monday. Admission for kids under 12 is free, while general admission tickets begin at $9 online.
Legs and Eggs: Kick off your weekend with a workout. Tremont Athletic Club and REBol are partnering up to hold a good sweat session Saturday morning, followed by a healthy breakfast sandwich at Public Square. Tickets are $20.
Wildwater Kingdom’s final hour: It’s the end of an era. The waterpark, on the site of former SeaWorld portion of Geauga Lake amusement park, will close for good Monday. Single day tickets begin at $26.99 online.
James A. Garfield historic site: Travel back in time. The home of America's 20th president is hosting a behind-the scenes tour Saturday. The cost for the two hour tour is $15. Learn more by clicking here.
Lake Erie Crushers: The minor league team in Avon takes on the Washington Wild Things on Friday--plus, there will be fireworks! General admission tickets begin at $5.
Brunswick Farmer's Market: Stock up on your veggies for the weekend's cookout at Sunday's market. Learn more by clicking here.
Fishing tournament: Get those poles ready! Mansfield’s Charles Mill Lake Park is hosting a catfish tournament on Saturday. A $15 fee for a team of two gets you an entry to compete for a handful of prizes. Visit their website for more information.
Canton's First Fridays: These monthly events offer a chance to check out art galleries, restaurants, and fun performances in the city's downtown area. This week’s theme is “Downtown for Dogs,” according to the event’s website.
Cleveland Orchestra at Blossom Music Center: Join Indiana Jones on his quest to find the missing Ark of the Covenant at Cuyahoga Falls’ Blossom Music Center Saturday. As ‘Indiana Jones: Raiders of the Lost Ark,” plays on the main screen, the Cleveland Orchestra will perform the film’s score. Lawn seats begin at around $15. You can buy your tickets on the Orchestra’s website.
Historic Schoenbrunn Village: If you’re not headed to a cookout on Monday, visit New Philadelphia’s Food Truck Fest. Live music will be the perfect soundtrack for fun activities like a celebrity kickball tournament and corn hole. Check out the event's webpage for more information.