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‘Budding to Blossoming’ Student Art Exhibit Opens at Beck Center for the Arts

Beck Center for the Arts has a new visual arts exhibition "Budding to Blossoming" which provides an opportunity for students to display their submitted pieces of artwork for public viewing and allow it to be purchased. This year's event features 42 students and 95 works. ...
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Earth Day Events in Northeast Ohio

Looking for some ways to instill a respect for the environment in your kids? With these events happening throughout the month in the greater Cleveland/Akron area, your family can have fun while helping the planet. Check the list to find an activity nearby. ...
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Northeast Ohio Children’s Spring Resale Events

Shopping children’s consignment events gives families the opportunity to purchase gently used, quality, name-brand clothes and toys at discounted prices, as well as sell the items their kids no longer use or have outgrown. Check our list to find a children’s resale or consignment event near you. ...
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Dad Matters: Everybody Get Your Stroll On

Jason Lea, Northeast Ohio Parent columnist, has a travel trip for readers. Get a stroller. Or a wagon. Something with wheels. Bring one. Rent one. He shares why it's important. ...
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Hello Baby! Trending Products for Your Littlest Ones and Mom

National Parenting Product Awards picks the trending products that provide play options, soothing and care for your littlest ones — be it your firstborn or your next bundle of joy. ...
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50 Ways to ‘Spring’ Outside

April brings the perfect opportunity to trade in cabin fever for spring fever and head outdoors with your family. Find fresh, seasonal inspiration with these 50 activity ideas. ...
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Take the Shaker EcoChallenge: Learn 10 Sustainable Habits

The Shaker Youth LEEDs committee is hosting its second annual Shaker EcoChallenge in April, aimed at promoting a more sustainable lifestyle for Northeast Ohioans. Learn 10 family-friendly sustainable habits in hopes of developing an everyday practice. ...
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Social Safety For Your Pre-Teens and Teens

Pre-teens and teens are no strangers to social media and all its features. Having access to the internet and social media also presents the opportunity to encounter danger online. Eliza McCoy, Executive Director of Outreach, Training and Prevention at the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children, explains how parents can help their children safely navigate the internet and social media accounts.  ...
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Northeast Ohio Maple Events

Celebrate maple season with hands-on events that promise fun for the whole family, from sap collection and boiling lessons to scenic driving tours — and the ever-popular all-you-can-eat pancake breakfasts. There are many opportunities to soak up all things maple. ...
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My Child Has a Lump – What Should I Do?

Lumps can appear anywhere. They are commonly found when bathing a child or are noticed by a parent during everyday activities. Finding a new lump triggers anxiety in everyone involved. Here are some steps you can do to gather more information at home and feel a bit more at ease with this new finding with your child.  ...
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