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April 23, 2017 - April 30, 2017

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Apr 23 Sunday 21 events
Apr 24 Monday 12 events
Apr 25 Tuesday 13 events
Apr 26 Wednesday 10 events
Apr 27 Thursday 16 events
Apr 28 Friday 15 events
Apr 29 Saturday 25 events
04/23

Cleveland Botanical Garden’s 'Big Spring'

04/23

Cleveland Botanical Garden’s imaginative celebration of spring, Big Spring, opens on March 18 and runs through April 23. The family-friendly event welcomes the spring season with indoor activities such as puddle bug boats, Toadstool Theatre, mealworm races, and daily butterfly releases, as well as outdoor activities in the Hershey Children's Garden.
04/23

Camp Cheerful Open House

04/23

Are you looking for a summer day camp experience for your child with special needs (including autism), or looking for a year-round adult day program?
04/01 - 04/30

Half Pint Library Book Drive

04/01 - 04/30

The Half Pint Library book drive is hosted each year by Half Price Books to collect and distribute children’s books to those in need. Through April 30, stop by any Half Price Books location to donate new and gently used children’s books. The company will match each book donated; books will be distributed to non-profit organizations and schools.
04/08 - 05/07

Dinosaurs!

04/08 - 05/07

Coming to Carlisle Reservation April 8- May 7 daily from noon to 6 p.m.
04/23

Pancake Breakfast

04/23

All-you-can-eat pancake breakfast by the Fraternal Order of Eagles Chardon Women’s Auxiliary.
04/01 - 04/30

Half Pint Library Book Drive

04/01 - 04/30

The Half Pint Library book drive is hosted each year by Half Price Books to collect and distribute children’s books to those in need. Through April 30, stop by any Half Price Books location to donate new and gently used children’s books. The company will match each book donated; books will be distributed to non-profit organizations and schools.
04/08 - 05/07

Dinosaurs!

04/08 - 05/07

Coming to Carlisle Reservation April 8- May 7 daily from noon to 6 p.m.
04/24

Turn the Page: The First Ten Years of High Fructose Art Exhibit

04/24

An opportunity to view original works beyond the flat worlds of paper and digital screens, where they are most often seen.
04/24

Dinosaurs!

04/24

Coming to Carlisle Reservation April 8- May 7 daily from noon to 6 p.m.
04/24

Stingray Feed

04/24

Any guest who meets the height requirement is welcome to participate.
04/25

Why Do Our Children Worry So Much

04/25

PARENTS WILL LEARN: How anxiety develops What causes an anxiety disorder When to seek professional help How to speak with your child about anxiety Helping your child cope in a world that feels unsafe Helping your child cope with school-related anxiety Helping your child with social anxiety 6:30-7:30 p.m.
04/01 - 04/30

Half Pint Library Book Drive

04/01 - 04/30

The Half Pint Library book drive is hosted each year by Half Price Books to collect and distribute children’s books to those in need. Through April 30, stop by any Half Price Books location to donate new and gently used children’s books. The company will match each book donated; books will be distributed to non-profit organizations and schools.
04/08 - 05/07

Dinosaurs!

04/08 - 05/07

Coming to Carlisle Reservation April 8- May 7 daily from noon to 6 p.m.
04/25

Turn the Page: The First Ten Years of High Fructose Art Exhibit

04/25

An opportunity to view original works beyond the flat worlds of paper and digital screens, where they are most often seen.
04/25

Dinosaurs!

04/25

Coming to Carlisle Reservation April 8- May 7 daily from noon to 6 p.m.
04/26

INTRO TO GYMNASTICS

04/26

Two class options: 11-11:45 am for 2-3 year olds and caregiver or 6-6:45 pm for 4 – 6 year olds.
04/26 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

INTRO TO GYMNASTICS

04/26 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Two class options: 11-11:45 am for 2-3 year olds and caregiver or 6-6:45 pm for 4 – 6 year olds.
04/01 - 04/30

Half Pint Library Book Drive

04/01 - 04/30

The Half Pint Library book drive is hosted each year by Half Price Books to collect and distribute children’s books to those in need. Through April 30, stop by any Half Price Books location to donate new and gently used children’s books. The company will match each book donated; books will be distributed to non-profit organizations and schools.
04/08 - 05/07

Dinosaurs!

04/08 - 05/07

Coming to Carlisle Reservation April 8- May 7 daily from noon to 6 p.m.
04/26

Turn the Page: The First Ten Years of High Fructose Art Exhibit

04/26

An opportunity to view original works beyond the flat worlds of paper and digital screens, where they are most often seen.
04/27

TELL A STORY DAY!

04/27

TELL A STORY DAY!
04/27

KINDERMUSIK PLAYDATE

04/27

10:00am – 10:45am.
04/27

TELL A STORY DAY!

04/27

TELL A STORY DAY!
04/01 - 04/30

Half Pint Library Book Drive

04/01 - 04/30

The Half Pint Library book drive is hosted each year by Half Price Books to collect and distribute children’s books to those in need. Through April 30, stop by any Half Price Books location to donate new and gently used children’s books. The company will match each book donated; books will be distributed to non-profit organizations and schools.
04/08 - 05/07

Dinosaurs!

04/08 - 05/07

Coming to Carlisle Reservation April 8- May 7 daily from noon to 6 p.m.
04/28

Cowboy Improv Dinner Theatre & Concert

04/28

Friday, April 28: Cowboy Improv Dinner Theatre & Concert: 6:00 PM: Cowboy Improv Dinner Theatre, Public Event- Fundraiser, Requires prepaid reservations only please.
04/28

ROOTS & WINGS: A CHRISTIAN PARENTING WORKSHOP

04/28

5:30pm – 7:30pm Hosted by singer/songwriter Chip Richter.
04/28

CHIP RICHTER IN CONCERT

04/28

8-8:45 p.m. Award winning, Singer-Songwriter Chip Richter serves up stories, songs, and smiles “Family Style”.
04/01 - 04/30

Half Pint Library Book Drive

04/01 - 04/30

The Half Pint Library book drive is hosted each year by Half Price Books to collect and distribute children’s books to those in need. Through April 30, stop by any Half Price Books location to donate new and gently used children’s books. The company will match each book donated; books will be distributed to non-profit organizations and schools.
04/08 - 05/07

Dinosaurs!

04/08 - 05/07

Coming to Carlisle Reservation April 8- May 7 daily from noon to 6 p.m.
04/29

Alzheimer's Association Paint the Night Purple dinner and auction

04/29

Join us on Saturday, April 29, 2017 for live and silent auctions to support the mission of the Alzheimer’s Association and the much needed services and programs offered to residents of Summit, Portage and Medina counties.
04/29

Western Days Parade & Festival

04/29

Saturday, April 29: Festival Family Fun, most activities are free!
04/29

jHUB Shabbat Candlestick Workshop

04/29

Join jHUB for three different Shabbat experiences in three different locations around town!
04/01 - 04/30

Half Pint Library Book Drive

04/01 - 04/30

The Half Pint Library book drive is hosted each year by Half Price Books to collect and distribute children’s books to those in need. Through April 30, stop by any Half Price Books location to donate new and gently used children’s books. The company will match each book donated; books will be distributed to non-profit organizations and schools.
04/08 - 05/07

Dinosaurs!

04/08 - 05/07

Coming to Carlisle Reservation April 8- May 7 daily from noon to 6 p.m.

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