Bainbridge Swing Dance in Ohio

Contributed By Jenny Hershberger The Bainbridge Swing Dance in northeast Ohio is a well-established dance that averages 180 people every first Friday of the month.  Each month, producer Will Craig schedules a live band that is skilled in playing Big Band, Swing, and/or Blues music. It is, unquestionably and consistently, one of my favorite dances to … Read more

Geauga Growth Partnership (GGP) helps High School Juniors from Berkshire & Cardinal Prepare for Careers

Geauga Growth Partnership (GGP) has a robust training continuum for students to prepare themselves to enter careers. Each element of the training series is customized to the age group, and this week High School Juniors from Berkshire and Cardinal school districts gathered at Kent State University at Geauga to prepare resumes and practice interviewing, along with a full … Read more

Gypsy at Geauga Theater is a Family Affair

Gypsy is the story of the ultimate stage mom, (based on the memoirs of Gypsy Rose Lee and her years in vaudeville with a domineering stage mother). Rose is determined that her daughters, first June, then Louise will be a STAR with capital letters. Gypsy is widely acknowledged to be one of the greatest of all American musicals, … Read more

Literary Cleveland Seeking Original Writing Submissions on Theme of “Health” for Cleveland Humanities Festival

Literary Cleveland will organize a free staged reading during the Cleveland Humanities Festival, on Saturday, March 17th and Sunday, March 18th at 7:00 p.m. at Cleveland State University’s student center ballroom. A director and actors will be hired to perform the work. We invite you to contribute a play, poem, personal essay, short story or other literary work addressing the … Read more

Literary Cleveland Winter Fictionfest Announced, Gordon Square Review Seeking Submissions for Second Issue and More!

Gordon Square Review Seeking Submissions! Gordon Square Review is currently seeking regular submissions for their second issue now through March 15th. It’s cold outside, so hunker down, polish your work, and send it over! Regular submissions are free, and accepted writers receive modest honorariums. Go to their website to learn more about the submissions process. Winter Fictionfest Announced! Winter … Read more

Dress for the Weather and Explore the Geauga Park District to Earn Scouting Credit!

Attention scouts and parents of scouts, Geauga Park District’s winter Scout Days programs are here, and registration is now open for all of them at Geauga Park District or 440-286-9516. At Observatory Park on Saturday, January 27th, Wolf Cub Scouts can work on their Paws on the Path Core Adventure and take a winter hike from 2:00 p.m. to 3:30 p.m., and Cadette Girl … Read more

Volunteers Needed for Geauga Growth Partnership Junior Career Day Programs on January 9 & January 11

Volunteers are needed for Geauga Growth Partnership Junior Career Day Programs when 11th Grade Students from Berkshire (January 9th) and  Cardinal & Newbury (January 11th) will be participating in career day programs that help students  build their resume and learn valuable interviewing skills. The benefit to students? They learn how to recognize their transferable skills … Read more