Things to do
Join us this Saturday in Westlake for all things summer camp-related. Meet with representatives from camps in the region, plus enjoy interactive crafts, hands-on activities, and a visit from Jungle Terry and his animal friends. Camp scholarships will be raffled off throughout the day at this free event! ...Read more 0
You’ve made it through the holidays, you’ve taken care of everyone on your list. You’ve run around, you’ve shopped, you’ve cooked and now you are ready for a break. It’s...
The ceremony, which is free and open to the public, will celebrate the finalists in the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage’s Stop the Hate Youth Speak Out and Youth Sing Out contests. Winners of $100,000 in scholarships and prizes will be announced. ...Read more 0
On the newest episode of our aParently Speaking podcast, host Miriam Conner speaks with father of five Jason Russ and mom of three and travel blogger Leah Yoder, who reminisce about some of their family vacations. This episode is sure to stir up some of your own family vacation memories! ...Read more 0
With screen time being so common in our everyday lives, kids need to develop solid time management and social skills. A summer camp can be the perfect opportunity to nurture these skills and for a child to grow, form friendships, gain confidence in taking risks, and keep their mind active when class isn’t in session. ...Read more 0
Schools are closed today in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Use this as an opportunity to spend some extra family time honoring King by visiting a local museum or taking in some indoor or outdoor fun. ...Read more 0
North Union Indoor Farmers Market returns for its seventh winter season to Crocker Park, taking place every Saturday from 9 a.m.-noon through March 30. Each week, the market hosts local farmers and bakers selling their fresh goods including seasonal greens and vegetables, fruits, high quality meats, cheeses and bakery. ...Read more 0