In This Issue – June/July 2020
Happy Summer! It's been a crazy few months to say the least.
Fortunately, nice weather is finally here and so is the feeling that things are getting ready to get back to "normal!"
As we wait for the new normal, many local businesses and organizations are reopening with altered services and protective measures to provide a safe way for you and your family to interact and get back involved with local activities.
Below are some of the featured articles in the June/July issue of Today's Family. A link to a PDF of the print issue appears at the end of this message where you can read about library programs and other great happenings in the area.
Have a great summer!!!
The Holden Arboretum now open to the publicGet close to nature with hundreds of acres of beautiful gardens and miles of woodland trails. Read More »
Welcome to Camp Curiosity for summer 2020New this year, for K–8 campers, both @Home and @GLSC camp experiences are available to best fit the needs of your family. Read More »
Lake County YMCA offers raffle to win a new carAlthough there is no Dream House this year, you can still win a Dream Car! Read More »
Fairmount Center for the Arts is offering FREE online programs for the summer!With generous support from the Figgie Foundation, Fairmount is providing FREE online classes in all the arts – dance, music, theatre, visual arts and fitness – for all ages! Read More »
Arts education going fully virtual for the summer 2020 session at The Fine Arts AssociationDue to the current pandemic, based on the state guidelines and recommendations, it was decided that all summer 2020 camps, classes, and private music lessons will take place remotely. Read More »
Bicycle safety for the whole familyWe want kids and families to ride their bikes as much as possible. Here are a few tips so that you will be safe while you do so. Read More »
MOMMY CHRONICLES: An old school summerThe pandemic may force kids and parents to experience a summer from yesteryear. Read More »