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THE HIDDEN ASPECT is open for weddings The Hidden Aspect offers stunning views for wedding ceremonies. When the restored Hidden Aspect was reopened last October, it became immediately apparent that it would make a unique space for a wedding ceremony, wedding proposals, and the “first look.” Located west of the Tea Houses, the Hidden Aspect is a dry stone picnic pavilion positioned to take advantage of two major vistas overlooking the Cuyahoga Valley. The wedding couple and the officiant will stand in the center of the pavilion with guests seated in chairs arranged in a wedge formation. A wedding ceremony in September has already been scheduled there. When a couple books for their special day, they now have a choice of eight locations. In addition to the Hidden Aspect, wedding ceremonies are held at the Tea Houses, West Terrace, South Terrace, the Dell, the front of the Manor House, the Elliptical Garden and the English Garden. Because of uneven terrain and limited access, the Japanese Garden is not suitable for a wedding ceremony, but the peaceful ambiance of this garden makes it a popular place for wedding and engagement photos, as well as a popular place to sign the ketubah at Jewish weddings. Rentals Adds a Fourth Preferred Caterer The rentals team has added a fourth preferred caterer to its roster. Todaro’s features a variety of options for celebrations. Other preferred caterers are Acme Fresh Market Catering, Marigold Catering, and Taste of Excellence. The Carriage House Tent Gets an Upgrade The Carriage House Tent is a great space for wedding receptions, corporate events and other celebrations. This year, the tent will be replaced and heat will be added, extending the season of parties. 18 STANHYWET.ORG Wedding photo by

Learn all about Health & Wellness while exploring the Estate Today, the phrase “health and wellness” refers to a more holistic state where one’s mental, physical and emotional health are in harmony. Many might think such an approach to human health is new, but the fact is that when it was built over 100 years ago, Stan Hywet Hall included many features that helped promote the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual well-being of all who lived, visited and worked on the estate. This season, as part of the season theme of Health & Wellness: A Life Well-Lived, visit and participate in a variety of health-promoting recreational programs and activities that may be enjoyed by the whole family. Guests taking one of the estate’s Holistic Health in a Home/House specialty tours* led by Dr. Kristine Gill RN, PhD, will discover a variety of special features throughout the house and grounds that were specially devised to encourage health and overall well-being. Or take part in an outdoor adventure: the Seiberlings at Play Quest is one of three scavenger hunts that will lead guests to several spots used for a variety of vigorous physical activities —no horse or vintage woolen swimsuit required. Guests interested in stress relief may sign up for Yoga on the West Terrace or take one of the Garden Gurus classes. Those bitten by the “shutterbug” may want to participate in a relaxing Photography Walk with Ohio landscape photographer, Ian Adams. For our youngest guests (ages 3-6) visiting the estate, Stan Hywet offers the new Seiberling Explorers programs on Wednesdays at 10:30am and 1pm from June 6- August 15. Programs take place in the Playgarden and throughout the estate. Kids and their parents will go on a variety of adventures learning about bugs, butterflies, geocaching, questing, and of course, physical fitness. “It is my intention that no matter what your age…there should be recreational activities for you on this estate.” So, just as was originally intended when the estate was built, there are a variety of activities for all ages here at Stan Hywet, a place where well-being is encouraged now, just as it was more than 100 years ago. – F.A. Seiberling * CE credit available for health care professionals through the Ohio Nurses Association. STANHYWET.ORG 19

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