The US date is upon is!  Here are the whens and wheres…

May 28th, 2011 – 2 pm
Zion Lutheran Church, Sandusky, Ohio  44870

Reception to follow! 


How to get to Zion Lutheran:  Located at 503 Columbus Ave, in downtown Sandusky. Luckily, it’s a big fat church on a corner – you can ask nearly anyone in town, they can give you directions if you get lost. 

Dress code:  Bright colors, fabulousness, and bring a change of clothes for the reception (reception will be *exceptionally* laid back – jeans, tee shirts, and tennis shoes will be a must!)

Are kids allowed?  YOU BET!   They are encouraged to dress fabulously as well, in play costumes, whatever they want to wear.  If I don’t see a set of fairy wings or a tiara, I am going to be sorely disappointed!  (adults, please note:  You are also encouraged to wear fairy wings/tiara combo!)

Should I bring a gift?  Your attendance on our special day is the greatest gift of all, but if you really want to spoil us, we won’t say no to virtual gift cards from! (or anything else for that matter, but we have only so much luggage space to take back with us!) 🙂

Would you like to help out?  We would love any help with the ceremony – if you play an instrument, sing, would like to do a reading, etc, please let us know!

Staying the night?  We are working with Quality Innto get a group rate (we know there is a recession on, so no need for the Ritz!), let Andrew or I know if you would like a room and we can get the group started.  If you are thinking of making a fancy-schmancy weekend of it, there are more high end hotels in the area – contact me, I will hook you up!

What else is there to do?  Why, only visit the world famous Amazement Park, Cedar Point!  Do let me know if you are interested in going, as we can get a group rate if over 15 people want to go on Sunday.  Normally tickets are $46.00 per person, but with group we can get them for $32. 

Within the Sandusky areawe have everything, from the Merry Go Round museum to the party islands of Put-in-Bay and Kellys!  Check out the city’s site for all the fun stuff you can do. 

If you are willing to drive an hour to Cleveland, there is a multitude of stuff to see and do, from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, to catching the Tribe in action. 

A warning:  Sandusky is a car town – there is no public transport or common taxis.  If you are flying in from Cleveland, I would strongly recommend renting a car for the day weekend, and of course we will try to ferry people around within the city.