Eyes to the Sky: Community Art Exhibition Celebrating Astronomy Open February 12th to April 24th at The West Woods

When Observatory Park unveils its restoration of the historic Nassau Astronomical Observing Station later this year, eyes regionally will turn to the International Dark Sky Park’s gorgeous night skies. Please join us in an early celebration of this event as Geauga Park District unveils its new community art exhibition, Eyes to the Sky: The Art … Read more

All the News You Can Use from Chagrin Falls Schools!

Chagrin Falls’ Gurney Elementary Teacher Receives TEACCH Certification Chagrin Falls Gurney Elementary kindergarten through third grade Intervention Specialist, Jacquelyn Gerber, received her TEACCH Certification this past December. In 1972, the University of North Carolina designed the TEACCH Autism Program to serve as a statewide program to help those with autism as well as their families and service … Read more

Lowe’s Greenhouse Tropical Paradise Orchid Show and Sale

Join us at Lowe’s Greenhouse for our Tropical Paradise Orchid Show and Sale – January 28 – February 26. Be invigorated as you envelop yourself in a lush surrounding of tropical plants… observe the beauty of colorful flowers and consume the spring-like perfume of greenery, earth and growth. Blooming orchids, fragrant citrus, stately palms, giant … Read more

Lowe’s Greenhouse Farmer’s Market Saturdays!

Free pancake breakfast every Saturday in January & February!  Come shop the Geauga Farmers Market while enjoying delicious pancakes! Donations accepted for Bainbridge Area Food for Friends. Pancakes served 9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. Shop vendors of bread, assorted vegetables, micro-greens, olive oils, mushrooms, grass-fed beef, soaps, woodcrafts and many more! Stop in to visit … Read more

Geauga Soil and Water Conservation District’s Board of Supervisors Reorganize for the District’s 73rd Year

The Geauga Soil and Water Conservation District’s (SWCD) Board of Supervisors selected officers and committees for the coming year. Serving as volunteers, the five-member Board of Supervisors sets the direction for the District and makes important conservation decisions for the community. Board members are elected to serve staggered, three-year terms, and are granted specific powers … Read more

Manure Happens!

If You Have Horses, You Have Manure! The Geauga Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) and Lake Erie College proudly present Manure Happens! Manure and Facility Management on Horse Properties. This FREE workshop will be held on Wednesday, February 15th, 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. at Lake Erie College – George M. Humphrey Equestrian Learning … Read more

All the News You Can Use from Berkshire Schools!

Burton and Ledgemont Elementaries Enjoy Nature Scopes The 5th grade classes at Ledgemont and Burton Elementaries have been taking part in the Nature Scope Binocular Program presented by the Geauga Park District. In the fall students received an introduction to binoculars covering the “ins and outs” of using and caring for the binoculars. In January, students had the … Read more