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Main Street Kent Presents Spring Story Walk: ‘The Day the Crayons Quit’

Things to do
The walk is a fun, family-friendly activity promoting literacy, fresh air and community. In partnership with Talk On Speech-Language Therapy and Kent Free Library, activities will be more accessible to children of varying abilities for this edition of the story walk. The story, by Drew Daywalt, will be in several downtown business windows from May 1-31. ...
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Maltz Museum’s 2021 ‘Stop the Hate’ Contest Finalists Announced

Education
Northeast Ohio students and schools will be competing as finalists in the 13th Annual Stop the Hate® Youth Speak Out & Youth Sing Out Contest, in which middle and high school upstanders use individual essays and classroom songs to stand up and speak out against bias and bigotry. ...
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Celebrate Spring at Hale Farm and Village

Things to do
Spring is in full bloom at Western Reserve Historical Society's Hale Farm and Village. They announced upcoming public events in April and May for the whole family such as Picnic Days on the Farm, Behind the Ropes: Architecture and Curiosity Tour, and more! ...
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Hit the Trails This Weekend with Cleveland Metroparks App

Things to do
Visitors to Cleveland Metroparks have a new way to find trails and hidden gems across the 24,000 acre park district with a mobile app. Users get immediate access to new maps of all 18 park reservations, attractions, as well as learn about upcoming programming and events, and more. ...
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5 Ways to Save Money as a New Mom

Ages & Stages Parenting

Congratulations! You’re a new parent. You’re probably excited and feeling a variety of emotions right now. Despite the excitement, you may be a bit nervous about how much money your

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Portable Air Conditioners – What They Are and How They Function

Portable Air Conditioners – What They Are and How They Function

Air conditioners are cooling systems that regulates the temperature within your home, office, or any other interior space. Thanks to these units, you can enjoy fresh moist air, even in

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7 Ways Schools can Improve your Child’s IEP Meeting

2021 Editions April 2021 Special Needs Uncategorized
If you’re familiar with special education, you’re well-acquainted with the term IEP — Individualized Education Program, but you may not know exactly how a properly-implemented IEP can benefit your child. Matt Christensen, a seventh-grade intervention specialist at Julie Billiart School in Lyndhurst shares with us what an enjoyable, effective IEP experience can look like. ...
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6 Common Myths and Facts About Autism

Featured Special Needs
To help heighten public understanding, Em Ellis, LSW, a behavior specialist for Summit Academy School – Dayton, who works with and advocates for children with autism, describes six common misconceptions and realities about autism. ...
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Camp of the Week: YMCA Camp Y-Noah

Camp Camp of the Week
Campers ages 6-17 will participate in traditional camp activities like canoeing on Lake Noah, shooting a bow at the archery range, climbing a 55-foot tall Alpine Tower, and more. With overnight, day, ranch, full immersion and leadership camps, there is something for everyone. ...
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Tiger Cubs at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo Make Public Debut

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For the first time in over 20 years, guests can visit tiger cubs at Cleveland Metroparks Zoo. The three cubs, all born this past December, made their public debut this morning at the zoo’s Rosebrough Tiger Passage. ...
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