Things to do
I love getting out and about to explore the Northeast Ohio region with my son. And while sometimes I can be ambitious in where I undertake to go with him, I’ve learned some great tips and tricks on how to maximize fun and minimize stress on these outings. So, I thought I’d share what I’ve learned (sometimes the hard way) in an ongoing series of “On the Town Survival Guide” posts.
Summertime in Northeast Ohio is perfect for heading out for a bit of family fun — after all, the kids don’t want to spend their entire break from school holed up playing video games. However, all those outings can add up, so here are several places to go for free family-friendly fun.
The Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage's newest exhibit, "Centuries of Childhood: An American Story," uses interactive, hands-on activities to chronicle the stories of five children and their families living in historical eras ranging from the 1700s to the mid-20th Century. The exhibit, produced in partnership with the Children's Museum of Cleveland, is designed for children ages 2-8 years old. ... Read more
On the third Tuesday of each month this summer, world-class artists will perform at Gilmour Academy’s Tudor House as part of its new “Tuesdays at Tudor” summer concert series. Each event is free and open to the public, and begins with wine and light hors d’oeuvres in Tudor House and Tudor Gardens followed by a one-hour concert. ... Read more
Summer is in full swing and many parents have already run out of ideas for ways to entertain the kids during the break from school. Instead of letting them sit on the couch watching television or playing video games all summer, get started on these eight creative outdoor adventures.
Tomorrow marks the kick-off for your summer at Eton Chagrin Boulevard in Woodmere with Eton Explorers — Super Heroes & Princesses Party. This free, family-friendly event promises to deliver the fun, including photo opportunities with super heroes and princesses, plus crafts, activities and more. ... Read more
Make reading fun this summer. Children and teens — and their parents — can participate in their local library's summer reading program. We provide a list of some of the region's program offerings. Need books? We have a few to explore to put on your summer reading list, thanks to recommendations from local libraries. ... Read more
Tickets are on sale for this new summer evening event with a 3-D projection show as its centerpiece. The night events take place between Aug. 17-Sept. 17. Guests can also enjoy the lighted gardens and grounds, as well as music and refreshments throughout the Akron estate. ... Read more
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