Wagon Rides and Fall Fun at Swine Creek Reservation

Free horse-drawn wagon rides through the woods of Swine Creek Reservation promise lots of seasonal fun and smiles this October, with opportunities tailored to families, couples, individuals and seniors. Wagon rides are first available, along with many more free activities, during Jump Into Fall Days on Saturday and Sunday, October 6th and 7th, from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Additional family fun … Read more

Internationally Celebrated Chef Loretta Paganini Shares her Success Story at Geauga Growth Partnership Entrepreneur Success Breakfast

Loretta Paganini was already well established in educating others about how to combine the most basic ingredients to create delicious recipes. But she grew tired of lugging her favorite pots, pans and utensils, and loading her car with fresh ingredients to schlep them to various locations to teach. One day a house came up for sale in Chesterland … Read more

Learn About “Saving Your Genealogical Data – Electronically” at the October 9 Meeting of the The Geauga County Genealogical Society

What do you do after you have researched and collected your genealogical information? How do you store it and how do you share it? Roger Marble will answer those questions and more. “Saving Your Genealogical Data-Electronically,” presented by Roger Marble on Tuesday, October 9th at 7:00 p.m. at the Chardon Library, 110 E. Park St., Chardon, … Read more

Lakeland Community College Partners with Normandy Catering to Provide Full Service Catering for Special and Corporate Events on Campus

Lakeland Community College and Normandy Catering have entered into a partnership agreement to cater special and corporate events at the Mooreland Mansion and as needed elsewhere on campus, including the Holden University Center. “This partnership allows us to further our fiscal responsibility while still providing great food with quality service for both campus events and … Read more

Chardon High School Chemistry Students Learn How to Acquire Accurate Information about Matter

Chardon High School Chemistry teacher, Jeanne Clark (center) works with her students during class on how to use various measuring devices. Chemistry is the study of matter so understanding chemical processes depends on the ability to acquire accurate information about matter. Often, this information is quantitative, in the form of measurements. CHS Homecoming Court Congratulations … Read more

Create a One-of-a-Kind Sterling Silver Wire Ring at Geauga Park District’s Sterling & Stone Wire Ring Workshop on September 28

Join artist Connie Boyd to create a one-of-a-kind sterling silver wire ring with your choice of stone bead during Geauga Park District’s Sterling & Stone Wire Ring Workshop on Friday, September 28th, at The West Woods Nature Center. Registration is required at Geauga Park District or 440-286-9516 to participate, with a $24 fee including materials, instruction and refreshments. This workshop … Read more