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Win a chance of a lifetime at the 5th annual YMCA Gala of Champions

Win tickets to see either the Players Championship in Florida or “Hamilton” on Broadway in New York.

Gross Schechter Day School presents new and returning programs for young families

All three programs are geared towards families with young children as a way to meet other young families and enjoy programming led by experts in the early childhood field.

KIDS EAT FREE at Lost Nation Sports Park on Monday, November 21

Exclusive offer for Today's Family readers!

Mentor Public Library patrons can get more with My Library Rewards

As of September 1, MPL patrons can earn discounts on food, recreation, gym memberships, and more by checking out books, videos and other items from the library.

Crossroads Early Childhood Services powers up statewide Whole Child Matters initiative

The initiative supports early learning environments, early childhood caregivers, educators and mental health providers through consultation services in Lake and Ashtabula counties.

St. Gabriel School receives O.D.E. STEM credential

One of only two Catholic schools in the state to receive the credential.

Cleveland Museum of Natural History opens innovative new outdoor wildlife center

An innovative two-acre outdoor gallery showcasing live native Ohio animals & plants. Featuring aerial trailways that allow animals to traverse above visitors and much more!

Come for an enchanting performance: “MY WAY: A Musical Tribute to Frank Sinatra”

Throughout the evening, 52 of Sinatra’s biggest hits, either combined into medleys or as featured solos will be performed.

YMCA Youth Soccer League builds athletic, social and interpersonal skills

Lake County YMCA Youth Soccer League helps children gain confidence by learning to pass or kick, and it builds positive relationships that lead to good sportsmanship and teamwork.

Vietnam Memorial exhibit to visit Geauga County September 8–11

Features a half-scale replica of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington D.C., approximately 250 feet in length complete with the 58,249 names of those killed or MIA from the conflict.