Emily Keener to Support Human Trafficking Organization with Concert at the Beachland Ballroom on March 15

Singer songwriter Emily Keener will donate her time and talent to support the Harriet Tubman Movement on March 15th with a performance at the Beachland Ballroom. Emily has enlisted the help of her friends Michelle Gaw and Ray Flannigan and the Authorities to also perform and spread the word about human trafficking in N.E. Ohio. Emily was a … Read more

The Geauga County Public Library Announces New Clevnet Mobile App Now Available for Library Patrons

The Geauga County Public Library is pleased to announce that Clevnet has launched a mobile app that makes it easy for patrons to search the collection, place holds and manage their library accounts. Features include: A searchable collection, with the ability to place holds and manage “My Account” Physical and digital (Overdrive / Libby) titles available in … Read more

Lit Cleveland Hosts Winter Fictionfest Half-Day Conference at Loganberry Books on February 24

Literary Cleveland, a nonprofit organization whose mission is to help create and nurture a vibrant literary arts community in Northeast Ohio, is hosting its third annual Winter Fictionfest conference on Saturday, February 24th from 1:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. at Loganberry Books at 13015 Larchmere Boulevard. (Lit Cleveland Annual Winter Fictionfest) This year’s Fictionfest will focus on “the long and the … Read more

Don’t Miss a Thing! Find out what’s Happening in the Geauga Park District in their March 2018 Quarterly Calendar!

Find your adventure at the Geauga Park District this winter – from learning to snowshoe to live reindeer encounters to our rebranded “Elderberries: Seniors Ripe for Adventure!” programming to sweet maple sugaring memories! Here are their offerings for March 2018. You may also view these programs and more in their quarterly Park  Explorer newsletter, which is … Read more

Join the Geauga Park District for a Presentation on Beech Leaf Disease and how it is Affecting Northeast Ohio Woodlands by Constance Hausman, PhD on March 7

Something is happening to our local beech trees. The leaves begin to appear striped – that’s the first outward sign. But later stages result in heavily shriveled, discolored, deformed leaves, and small, weakly attached buds. Saplings have been known not to survive. The condition has no known cause and spreads rapidly. But what is it? … Read more

Become an Educated Hunter at the Geauga Park District’s Hunter Education Course this Spring

Geauga Park District will be pleased to train young and beginner hunters on safety, archery, ammunition, ethics and conservation during a two-day Hunter Education Course this spring. Registration is now available through the Ohio Division of Wildlife at Ohio Hunter and Trapper Education Course Enrollment for class on Saturdays, March 17th and 24th, both 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at Big Creek … Read more