In This Issue – April 2020 Cuyahoga
Welcome to the April 2020 issue of Today's Family Cuyahoga.
We are pleased to present this special edition of Today's Family. While we do feature articles on a couple of local organizations, we also present info related to the current pandemic. Topics include how to talk to your children about the coronavirus, ideas to have virtual birthday parties for kids whose birthdays will be affected by the current quarantine and social distancing recommendations, and a reflective piece from Mommy Chronicles writer Stacy Turner.
This issue also features our annual Preschool Guide, the top baby names for 2020 and some silly jokes to hopefully bring a smile to your face during these unique times.
Links for these articles appear below. A PDF copy of the print edition appears at the end of this article.
There are no events listed in the print issue as everything is currently on hold. Watch our Calendar of events and activities page for listings once Ohio residents get the "all clear" to resume with local gatherings.
Thanks you for reading. Stay safe!
2020 Preschool GuideA listing of participating preschools in Lake, Geauga and eastern Cuyahoga counties. Read More »
MOMMY CHRONICLES: "Coronacation"A few things to keep in mind with your newly simplified schedule. Read More »
Discover the magic of theatre at the Mandel JCCThe Francine & Benson Pilloff Family Performing Arts Camp (PAC) at the Mandel JCC has been inspiring a love for theatre and delivering magical summers to children for over 25 years. Read More »
Fairmount Center for the Arts enriches lives through the artsFor nearly 50 years, Fairmount Center for the Arts has been nurturing its community for people of all ages with a myriad of artistic offerings. Read More »
How to talk to your kids about the coronavirusMany parents are concerned and wondering how to respond to their children's inquiries about the pandemic. We spoke with some experts who weighed in on this topic. Read More »
Virtual PartiesGreat ideas to celebrate your child's birthday...without spreading germs. Read More »