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Expressions of Recovery art showcase at Great Lakes Mall

A showcase of work created by area artists who have a brain disorder – schizophrenia, bipolar disorder or clinical depression – and/or an addiction disorder, will be on display throughout May.

Get your fresh local produce and more at the Mentor Farmers Market

Mentor Farmers Market is returning to the spacious, tree-filled upper grounds of Garfield Park from 2–6 p.m. on Fridays, June 2 through September 29.

The Holden Arboretum to host traveling exhibit Shedding Light on the Working Forest

The project celebrates the landscape of the working forest and the voices of those who have honed skills into a livelihood there.

Hidden In Plain Sight

Free program teaches parents to be aware of drugs and illegal activity that their kids may be hiding in their room. Coming to Mentor High School on April 12.

WH Fire Department receives donations to save pets from fire

Pet oxygen masks will allow firefighters and EMS staff to give oxygen to pets who are suffering from smoke inhalation when they are rescued from fires.

West Geauga science students will add bat houses to Burton Wetlands

Bats eat hundreds of insects in just one hour, including those unpopular mosquitoes. These bat houses will provide space for bat maternity colonies to rear their young, called pups.

Experience a controlled burn at Frohring Meadows

Maybe you’ve seen pictures of a controlled burn swallowing a field. But to get a true sense of its impact, you should really come out and feel the heat!

Baby Box can held reduce risk of sudden infant death

Ohio launches Baby Box program to improve state’s ranking as 43 out of 50 for highest infant deaths in the nation. Expecting mothers who complete online education get a free Baby Box.

Life Scout starts GoFundMe page to make trail improvements at Wildwood Cultural Center in Mentor

He is looking to raise $1,000 for materials. Can you help?

Girl Scout Silver Award candidate builds and installs mallard nesting tubes

Aly Brandt, an eighth-grader at Chagrin Falls Middle School, has begun installing five mallard nesting tubes that she built while working toward her Girl Scouts Silver Award.