While we make every effort to ensure events are up-to-date, some may have been postponed or canceled due to precautions concerning the coronavirus. We recommend checking with the venue or organization before attending any of the following events.
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Family fun on the water. Program will consist of 15 minutes of instruction on the water, followed by a 45 minute canoeing trip.Find out more »
Bring your dogs on Tuesdays and enjoy lunch or dinner with al fresco dining with your furry companion.Find out more »
Watch live streams of animals from explore.org. Wednesdays at 11 a.m. and Fridays at 10 a.m.Find out more »
In the wake of the killing of another unarmed Black man by the police, protests have sprung up around the globe, and many people are now seeking ways to educate themselves on racial inequality and oppression in the U.S. In this series, we will read and discuss three popular books centered on racism in the US. Zoom panel discussion.Find out more »
Milestones Autism Resources and the Ohio Family Network present: Growing Family Resilience Sarah Buffie MSW, LSW, Soul Bird Consulting Claudia Lopez, MA, Profluence September 9, 16, 23; 5-7PM Register for this event The Growing Family Resilience workshop will support parents and families in finding safe ways to navigate stress and connect to a felt sense of safety. Most humans live in stress about 70% of the time- in stress we are functioning in survival or reactivity mode. Stressful situations are…Find out more »
This fall, Lake Metroparks Farmpark will celebrate the harvest season with four weekends of fall harvest activities (Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays) beginning with Apple Butter & Cider Weekend on September 25, 26 & 27. During Apple Butter & Cider Weekend, witness many traditional harvest activities and discover how apple butter and cider are made. Take a tour of the “Johnny Appleseed Trail." The whole family can explore our three-acre corn maze. In addition to the harvest activities, meet farm animals, see…Find out more »
Ages 5 and older have fun exploring the rhythms and expressive culture found in this art form. No previous training required. 6:05-6:55 p.m.Find out more »
Students in grades 4-6 chat, play music, play Kahoot trivia and create crafts all over Zoom. 4-5 p.m.Find out more »
The Play Area is transformed through black lights, glowing color highlights and dance music for all to enjoy. Each child receives a glow bracelet with admission.Find out more »
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