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Holiday Cheer During Covid-19

By Delray Busch Holiday Carriage Rides at Levis Commons Enjoy the sights and sounds of the holiday season with a Clydesdale-drawn Holiday Carriage Ride through Levis Commons! Upper’s Winter Fantasy of LightsHarrison Smith Park, just east of downtown Upper Sandusky, transforms into a fabulous light show for the month of December. Through the volunteer efforts

Lights Before Christmas 2020!

It’s time to start dashing through the snow (well, when the snow gets here) and head out for one of the most beloved traditions of the holiday season! The 2020 Lights Before Christmas at the Toledo Zoo, sponsored by Key Bank, is open from November 20 until December 31! With over one million lights, the

Reach Out and Read Needs Donations of Gently Used Children’s Books

Reach Out and Read is a national nonprofit that champions the positive effects of reading daily and engaging in other language-rich activities with young children. Reading together promotes healthy brain development, furthers language acquisition, and helps families build meaningful bonds. In the greater Toledo area, Reach Out and Red has a group of 24 pediatric

How to Keep Your Children Safe in a Remote Learning Environment

Stock photo courtesy of Kelly Sikkema By Nevin Markwart, Chief Information Security Officer at FutureVault As parents, we have conflicting feelings on remote learning. One on hand, we want our children to stay healthy, especially in the midst of a public health crisis. On the other hand, online education opens the door to new threats

OCTOBER GIVEAWAY

Back to school giveaway! Learning can be fun, and what better way to educate and engage kids than through creative play and games? Practice fine motor skills with a throwback game, Let’s Go Fishin’, the fast action fishing game ($19.99 MSRP). Then get up and move, combining creativity with gross motor skills, with Dance Charades

Mini Motions Celebrates 30 Years

“We all dance. It’s in our blood,” quipped Sue Hays, owner of family-owned and operated Mini Motions Dance Center. Hays taught all 3 of her children to dance, as well as her 3 grandchildren. She reminisces, “I thought age 2 was young to start, but little Stella had tap shoes on by 12 months old.