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It's the Year of the Monkey. Celebrate the Chinese New Year on February 8. Here are some events around Northeast Ohio to join in the holiday fun. The public is welcome to celebrate with food, performances and learn about the Chinese culture. ...
A diagnosis of cancer in a woman’s reproductive organs can lead to fears about losing her femininity and her ability to bear children.
Community members can join an initiative to get 10,000 Ohioans free online training on child sexual abuse prevention education and resources through the Stewards of Children. The Central Ohio YMCA Guardians Against Abuse is a partnership between youth serving organizations. ...
Parents awaiting back-to-school shopping can celebrate the “Ohio Sales Tax Holiday.” The tax holiday is the result of legislation passed last year that exempts consumers making purchases in Ohio from paying state and local sales tax on all clothing and footwear up to $75 per item, as well as school supplies and instructional materials up to $20 per item. It covers all retailers, both online and brick and mortar, that sell these goods to Ohio residents. Check out the list of eligible items your family can purchase. ...
Lake Metroparks will host a grand birthday celebration in honor of the 25th anniversary of Farmpark. Enjoy all of Farmpark’s daily and seasonal activities plus fishing, live music, wildlife presentations, hands-on science and other family-friendly activities. Free admission, ice cream, popcorn and cake for all. ...
There are simple things parents can do to combat lost learning and even prepare for the return to school in August. You don’t need to use every suggestion, but choosing one or two that suit your child will help. ...
Help your kids retain the essential skills they learned in the classroom and plan for a season full of new adventures in reading. ...
These students, running the gamut from preschool to high school graduates, are just a few out of hundreds who have overcome challenges this school year. Parents and schools shared the following students’ stories of continued strength in triumphing over adversity and their pathways to success.
Pinterest is filled with images of perfect, over-the-top parties that are sure to cost a pretty penny, however, there are some ways to get a Pinterest-quality party without breaking the bank. ...
Cleanup in the yard and the home is a necessary evil, but if you’re not careful, you could end up nursing a serious injury. Here are some good safety reminders. ...
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