All posts by Emilee Roberts

Sensory-Friendly Movie Nights

Activities are often more difficult for families with special needs— going to the movies is definitely one of those things. Movies can be a great family activity, but for some children with special needs movies can be too loud, too bright and theaters have etiquette expectations that can be quite challenging! Sitting still and being

TRECA Digital Academy opens Findlay office

TRECA Digital Academy, a full-time, online school for K-12 students, has opened an office at 1793 Tiffin Avenue in the Market Square Shopping Center. TRECA enrolls over 2,000 students from across the state, and 41 of those students are from Hancock County. Because TRECA is a public school, its services are free to students and

Teen Homeschool Hangout

Join the Hancock Park District at Oakwoods Nature Preserve’s Discovery Center for a new once-a-month teen homeschool hangout. Each month will feature a different activity centered on science and nature. Teens can use the homeschool hangout to learn and make new friends. Required to be ages 13–19. Participation minimum is four; maximum is 30. A

School Day Performances Run Through March

The Arts Partnership’s School Day Performance series, which kicked off in October, runs through March. It offers an exciting extension of students’ classroom work that is not only fun, but also is aligned with the Ohio Academic Standards educational objectives in literacy, government, and history. Performances address issue-based topics such as human rights, cultural diversity,

Pet Valu Launches 2018 Calendar Featuring Pet Celebrity from Findlay

Pet Valu, a national specialty retailer of premium pet foods, treats, toys and accessories, launched its 2018 calendar with the help of featured pet celebrities from local Pet Valu stores, including a Florida Red-Bellied Turtle from Hancock County named Toby. Toby was selected by Pet Valu for its 2018 calendar from thousands of customer-submitted pet