The Arts Commission and Congresswoman Marcy Kaptur announced the talented award winners from the 37th Annual Ninth Congressional District Invitational Art Exhibition: first place winner was “Blue Moon” by Collette Jarrell, second place winner was “Just A Thought” by Mikayla Alvarez and third place winner was “Search for Implication at Dusk” by Caiden Lambert-Lyons. Jarrell’s
Theatres may be closed all over the country, but the show can still go on! Children’s Theatre Workshop (CTW) has adapted some of their programs to a new online format, offering several online-only theatre classes for existing and new students. There are five online programs, ranging from a prompt for kids to write a short
Highlights@Home, a FREE email subscription that provides parents and kids with fun learning activities while sequestered at home, is filled with stories, puzzles, videos, games, creative activities like crafts or recipes, physical activities and suggested acts of kindness. April content will include themes such as Find Your Funny Bone, We Are (All) Family, Never-ending Piles
COVID-19 pandemic has been a significant disruption to daily life, and for individuals with autism, disruptions to daily routines can be especially difficult. In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic and all the resulting changes, the residents at Bittersweet Farms have been amazingly resilient, and their stories can be an inspiration for all of us.
Bittersweet Farms made a splash at the Special Olympics Ohio Indoor Winter Games, which took place February 21-23 at BGSU. Two Bittersweet participants, Beth Meyer and Matt Pierson, competed and brought home medals in swimming and basketball. Beth, a state-level Special Olympian in both swimming and skiing, won gold and bronze. A Special Olympian on
In the annual WalletHub analysis, measuring cities by family life and fun, education, health and safety, affordability and socioeconomic status. Perrysburg placed second, Sylvania 21 and Maumee 24.