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Magical Theatre to Present ‘The Show Must Go Online’

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"The Show Must Go Online," a new musical written to be rehearsed and performed remotely, features a comedic and timely storyline designed to lift spirits. The show will have its free debut Friday on the Magical Theatre Company's social media channels and website. ...
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Holden Arboretum Opens ‘Fairy Doors’ Interactive Scavenger Hunt

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Fairies have moved into the woodland forests and gardens at Holden Arboretum and beginning today, children of all ages can see the signs for themselves. Thirty handcrafted fairy doors created by seven local artists invite guests to explore deep into the forests and gardens on an interactive scavenger hunt. ...
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Akron Symphony Orchestra’s Interlude Season Will Share Free Music With the Community

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The season, which will run from August 2020 through May 2021, will feature ASO artists performing live, small-ensemble music experiences with a wide variety of community partners. In addition, the orchestra will develop digital content, including educational programs designed for classroom teachers, music teachers and adult education that will be accessible at no charge through its website and social media channels. ...
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Jungle Terry: Snakes, Alligators and Crocodiles

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Jungle Terry, the official animal entertainer of Northeast Ohio Parent, produced this exclusive video to introduce a few of his favorite animals. Watch as he shares information about snakes, alligators and crocodiles. ...
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Akron Zoo to Host Blood Drive This Week

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The Akron Zoo is hosting an American Red Cross Blood Drive on Tuesday, July 21 and Thursday, July 23 from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Donors will need to schedule an appointment. As an added benefit, all donations will be tested for COVID-19 antibodies.  ...
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Hale Farm & Village Celebrates 210 Years This Summer

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In 1810, Jonathan Hale purchased 500 acres in the Cuyahoga Valley, in a portion of the country referred to as the Western Reserve. This summer, the Hale Farm & Village living history museum celebrates 210 years and welcomes guests to enjoy its gardens, trails, self-guided tours, craft demonstrations and more. ...
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Free Storyline Online Summer Camp for Kids

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The inaugural Storyline Online Summer Camp invites young readers across the world to join by recording themselves reading their favorite book — or writing their own book and reading it aloud — in the spirit and style of Storyline Online. ...
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Registration Open for DANCECleveland’s Virtual Dance Festival

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Register now and get your virtual pass to "Dance On Ohio — DANCECleveland's Virtual Dance Festival 2020," happening online this year on July 25. Take classes, watch performances and discussions, and be featured in the community dance day video. ...
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Rock & Roll Hall of Fame to Open Social Justice Exhibit

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The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame's new exhibit, “It’s Been Said All Along: Voices of Rage, Hope, and Empowerment,” opens mid-July and spotlights how musical artists have channeled the power of rock & roll to respond to racism all along. ...
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Feed Sharks With the Greater Cleveland Aquarium

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In this video, used as part of the Northeast Ohio Parent KidStream video series, Senior Aquarist Brenton M. shows you what and how the Greater Cleveland Aquarium team feeds its sharks. ...
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