by Lauren KruparReporterSilver Lake -- Village residents can find out what Silver Lake organizations offer the community -- and see how water transforms a 2-liter bottle into a rocket -- at the first Silver Lake Community Day June 2."A lot of people are probably not aware of how many organizations are in the village," said Michele Burgess, a member of the Silver Lake Garden Club which is sponsoring the event. "This is to introduce the community to those organizations."The club hopes to make the event annual if the turn-out warrants it.The event will kick-off in an open area behind Silver Lake Village Hall at 10 a.m. with a lecture and demonstration on container gardening by Noelle Akins of Petitti's Garden Center's radio program. Community organizations will begin staffing the booths beginning at 10:30 a.m. Booths will remain open until 1:30 p.m.The event is free and open to village residents. Parking is available behind Village Hall, 2961 Kent Road, but Silver Lake residents are encouraged to walk or bike to the community day site.Visitors to the village's first community day will be able to taste cookies, see rockets launched and tour Village safety vehicles."We've tried to make it a nice mix for children and families," garden club member Elizabeth Hays said.Hot dogs, chips and pop cans will be available for lunch from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Donations for the lunch items will go to the Silver Lake Junior Garden Club, which consists of fourth-graders from Silver Lake Elementary School.Members of the Silver Lake Garden Club will host a perennial plant sale during the community day. Proceeds from the sale also benefit the junior garden club.Throughout the day, members of various village clubs and organizations will be on hand to answer questions.The Silver Lake Parks and Recreation Board will have information about two new summer camps for young village residents in addition to information about the board's tennis and basketball camps. New this year will be a conservation camp and a rocketry camp.Organizers of the rocketry camp will launch rockets at the baseball diamond throughout the day. The rockets -- made using a 2-litter pop bottle -- will be examples of what rocketry campers will learn how to make, festival organizers said.Other events include shoe gardening with members of the junior garden club. In shoe gardening, participants use a donated shoe, soil and plant to create a take-home garden.Silver Lake police will check bicycle safety and give tours of a police cruiser. An EMS vehicle from Stow will be at the event as well.Visitors will be able to taste cookies from the Martha Mary Guild's new cookbook. The cookbook will be available for purchase.Other booths will be for the Silver Lake Village Council and administration, Home and School League, Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts, Girl Scouts, Brownies and Silver Lake Historical Society.For more information or to have a booth, contact Burgess at 330-923-4118.E-mail: lkrupar@recordpub.comPhone: 330-686-3915