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Future Leaders of Our World (FLOW) Homeschool Co-op is a K-12 academic enrichment, parent involved program meeting on Thursday mornings in Hudson. This informational open house also serves as an opportunity to register for the fall semester, which begins on September 12. Children are welcome.Find out more »
Homeschoolers and their families begin the start of the school year with fun activities and information from Geauga Park District and other local organizations.Find out more »
Teen homeschoolers will research and learn about cultures from around the world in peer groups and present their discoveries to others.Find out more »
Learn about the Renaissance artist, mathematician, and inventor Leonard Da Vinci. Each student will make their own version of the “Mona Lisa.”Find out more »
Programs for students in kindergarten through eighth grade meet on the second Tuesday of the month in the Zoo's Auditorium.Find out more »
Themed scavenger hunts, crafts, min-programs held by Aquarium educators, guided tours and more. Individual animals comprise portions of an overall structure, called an ecosystem. Discover what biotic and abiotic factors make up the ecosystems represented at the Aquarium, and how every single part has an important role to play.Adults are expected to stay for the program, and are encouraged to participate with student(s). Advance registration required. 10 a.m.-5 p.m.Find out more »
Each month you will explore different facets of technology starting with the very basics. Ages 10+. Last Monday of each month through 4/27. 1:30 & 3 p.m.Find out more »
From building material and jewelry to electricity and even food, you will be surrounded by rocks and the products we make from them. Ages 7-10. 10-11:30 a.m. and 1-2:30 p.m.Find out more »
Students will discover how we learn about prehistoric peoples and their cultures, about groups of Native Americans have called Cleveland and Ohio home from past to present and compare and contrast these different historic cultures. 10 a.m.-noon.Find out more »
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