When school’s out, The J’s in! Let your child spend their winter school vacation days with friends at the Mandel Jewish Community Center. Campers will participate in enriching activities that foster their creativity.
Downtown Cleveland Alliance presents the month-long celebration of socially distant and virtual experiences. Starting Saturday, the reimagined holiday offerings will bring festive cheer and fun for all, made possible by partners across Downtown Cleveland.
Great Wolf Lodge’s annual Snowland Celebration offers frosty fun for the whole family. Decked out with oversized snowflakes, twinkling garland, decorative shimmering trees, and more!
Glow will delight the senses and transport visitors into a holiday wonderland outside and in, all season long beginning this Saturday. The event is a socially-distanced, one-way guided path through indoor and outdoor visual experiences with plenty of photo opportunities and self-guided engagement for all ages.
Crocker Park's holiday attractions and activities kick off this Friday with a Virtual Tree Lighting Ceremony at 6 p.m. All attractions — Nightly Light Shows, Santa's Village, CLE Market, ice skating rink and more — will open the following day on Saturday, November 21, at noon.
Learn about the smallest owl in Ohio in this video, which features eastern screech owl Rufous with Marilyn Levand, wildlife education manager for Lake Metroparks.
Lindsay Buckingham, reporter at WKYC, shares her story of single parenting. She discusses some of the most difficult things about parenting solo, things she learned, and what has helped her the most along the way.
The Ohio Governor’s Imagination Library Program is now available to every Ohio child. Partnerships and funding have been established in each of Ohio’s 88 counties, so that all children who enroll — from birth to age 5 — can receive a free book in the mail every single month to help accelerate their development.
Notre Dame College held its first Falcon Community Day last month, which meant all on-campus and synchronous classes were canceled for students. Faculty and staff were notified of the special event prior but kept the secret from their students.
As every family deals with the COVID-19 pandemic in its own unique way, many opportunities to socialize with others have decreased or gone away. Ensuring all children have contact with friends and family on a regular basis, even in a virtual manner, is important.
Is a salamander a lizard? Join Cleveland Metroparks Naturalist Marty Calabrese for a Q&A in this "Ask a Naturalist" video. Learn about the salamander's habitat, lifecycle and more as you take a (virtual) muddy trek through the swamp forest in Bradley Woods Reservation.
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