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What's happening in Northeast Ohio this weekend: Aug. 23-25

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Labor Day weekend is approaching, but that doesn't mean the summer fun is over just yet.

This weekend features a full lineup of fun events in Northeast Ohio, from a couple of festivals for foodies to one of the summer's hottest country concerts.

Check out our list of 10 things to do this weekend.

Big Bounce America

What: Explore the world's biggest bounce house when it visits the area the next two weekends. One ticket is good for the bounce house, an obstacle course and the AirSPACE intergalactic-themed attraction. Sessions are available for all ages, including an adults only option. Get tickets here.

Where: Victory Park, 7777 Victory Lane, North Ridgeville

When: Friday through Sept. 2

Cleveland Garlic Festival

What: Pack your breath mints and head to Cleveland's Shaker Square for a weekend dedicated to everyone's favorite herb. The Cleveland Garlic Festival features chef grilling competitions, the crowning of Miss Garlic 2019 and food infused with garlic, such as fries and ice cream. Learn more here.

Where: 13111 Shaker Square, Cleveland

When: Saturday 12- p.m., Sunday 12-6 p.m.

Cleveland Pickle Fest

What: Pickle lovers, rejoice, this day is for you. Spend an afternoon on Cleveland's lake front as you celebrate all things pickle. Try pickle-themed foods, pickle beer, and compete in the pickle-eating contest. Admission is free at this family-friendly event, and WKYC's own Monica Robins will perform with her band. Learn more here.

Where: North Coast Harbor, 800 E. 9th St., Cleveland

When: Saturday 12-5 p.m.

Florida Georgia Line

What: Get your shine on when country duo Florida Georgia Line brings its "Cant Say I Ain't Country" tour to Blossom. Known for songs like "This is How we Roll" and "Meant to Be," Florida Georgia Line will be one of the biggest shows of the summer. Duo Dan + Shay and solo artists Morgan Wallen and Canaan Smith are supporting acts. Get tickets here.

Where: Blossom Music Center, 1145 W. Steels Corners Road, Cuyahoga Falls

When: Friday 7 p.m.

Medina Fest

What: Medina's free community festival features a full day of fun, from vendors to food and live music. Kids games and activities will also be on site, while local businesses are showcased and a farmer's market offers fresh food. Learn more here.

Where: Medina Square, Medina

When: Saturday 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Memphis Kiddie Park Family & Friends Fest

What: Spend one more day of summer with the kids before they return to school. Enjoy discount tickets at Memphis Kiddie Park all day Friday. Ride tickets will be 75 cents all day, while hot dogs will be $1 and mini golf will be just $3 from 5 p.m. to close. Learn more here.

Where: Memphis Kiddie Park, 10340 Memphis Ave., Brooklyn

When: Friday 10 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Mentor CityFest

What: The city of Mentor's annual festival features two days packed with family-friendly activities. From ax throwing to comedy shows, magicians and bubble soccer, kids will find plenty of entertainment while adults can scope out the more than 20 vendors. A fireworks show will wrap everything up Saturday night. See the full schedule here.

Where: 8600 Munson Road, Mentor

When: Friday 4-11 p.m., Saturday 12-11 p.m.

One World Day

What: The 74th One World Day promotes a message of peace through mutual understanding in Cleveland's Cultural Gardens. Learn about other cultures through educational moments, performances and the parade of flags, which takes place at noon. Learn more here.

Where: Cleveland Cultural Gardens

When: Sunday 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Pooches for a Playground

What: Help raise money toward Cleveland's first downtown playground. You'll find free dog yoga, a photo booth for you and your pup, coffee, live music and a raffle to raise money for the playground. Learn more here.

Where: 1505 Merwin Ave., Cleveland

When: Saturday 8 a.m. to noon

Saints Constantine & Helen Greek Festival

What: Enjoy Greek food and culture on Cleveland's east side this weekend at Saints Constantine & Helen's annual festival. Enjoy all your favorite Greek foods from gyros and baklava, watch the Greek dancers and listen to authentic Greek music. Learn more here.

Where: 3352 Mayfield Road, Cleveland

When: Thursday through Sunday