Some time during late June, 2014, at twilight, my mother called me and my father outside (we were watching television in the family room). From the southwest, 4 bright, orange-red objects came in from over a kilometer away. My sister came outside during our commotion and was also witness to it. The lights followed each other, single-filed in a path, in a zig-zagging path. The lights continued moving east/northeast and took <30 seconds for them to approach from the southwest to disappear from our sight in the eastern horizon. Groups of up to (at least) 6 would come at a time. Time varied between each "fleet" of orbs, ranging up to a minute. I counted 16, but my mother, who witnessed it first, possibly saw more. The total time of the encounter was around 10 minutes. After it stopped, we went inside as we thought there were no more. Residential traffic was normal in our area, but we didn't speak to any of our neighbors about it. We originally thought the lights were Sky Lanterns, in celebration for a wedding or other events, the single-file pattern of the lights, the speed at which they were moving (less than 30 seconds to come from the southwest to exit in the east, as a weather spotter, I know no wind at an altitude of around 500 feet would be able to carry an object that fast), and the erratic zig-zag and swerving motions would make this very, very unlikely. Also, as the Akron-Canton Airport is less than 20 minutes from our house, along with state restrictions on who can light Sky Lanterns and other recreational pyrotechnics in urban areas, this also debunks the possibility of Sky Lanterns. One passenger jet was observed 20 minutes before the sighting.