LIVE FROM GEAUGA PARK DISTRICT! – How to enjoy a park program from home

Did you know Geauga Park District offers a diverse lineup of live virtual programming using the free software Zoom?  These presentations can be easily enjoyed from the comfort and privacy of your own home for free via a computer, tablet or phone. One must only register to receive a link to participate!


This season, virtual visitors will be treated to the following topics: Citizen Science: Introduction to iNaturalist (January 21), Comeback Critters: Home Again in Ohio (January 23), History Written in Stone: Hidden Cemeteries of Geauga (February 27) and Water Gardening 101 (March 21).


Monthly virtual astronomy programs this season will be Asteroid Explorers (January 28), Dark Matter Discoveries (February 25) and Find Your Way By The Stars (March 25).


Plus, all this year’s Travelogues will also be presented virtually. You can experience guest presenters’ worldly travels through photos and stories during Travelogue: Pennsylvania Elk Adventure! (January 23), Travelogue: Thailand – The Elephant Kingdom (January 30) and Travelogue: Think Outside, No Box Required – Exploring Our National Parks (February 6).


To view a complete list of this season’s virtual offerings, as well as any late additions, and register for your favorites, simply visit, select Programs & Events, then use the program type tool to filter the programs by Virtual.


For more on Geauga Park District offerings, please call 440-286-9516 or visit Geauga Park District online via, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or YouTube.

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