Findlay Restaurants offer take-out and delivery options to diners at home

In response to the COVID-19 crisis, all Ohio restaurants and bars have been prohibited from allowing dine-in customers. Luckily for patrons who want a taste of their favorite places to eat, many excellent restaurants are offering takeout, delivery, and even curbside service, for customers looking for some not-home-cooked goodness. Here are a few places for

Hancock Parks offering new virtual nature, history programs

Hancock Park District is launching a new opportunity to experience nature- and history-based programs and events from your home. “Virtual Experiences with the Hancock Park District” begins at 1 p.m. Friday via Facebook Live.  The programs are planned for 1 p.m. every Monday, Wednesday and Friday with a different focus for each 2-3-minute segment. Following

12 Places to Walk in Hancock Parks

Hancock Park District offers an abundance of trails where individuals and families can walk or hike and remain socially isolated while getting outside for healthy fresh air and exercise. It is recommended you don’t use picnic shelters, playground equipment and other “touchable” surfaces during this uncertain time, but open-air trails offer an activity with ever-changing

Mazza Museum presents “virtual storytime” for kids and parents

Gather around, kids! Once upon a time… the University of Findlay’s Mazza Museum is helping parents and their children by hosting “virtual storytime” on Tuesdays and Thursdays during this time. The Mazza staff are recording videos of themselves reading stories such as Heartland by Diane Siebert and Goodnight, Goodnight Construction Site by Sherri Duskey and

Top 15 Educational Shows on Netflix for Kids

Learn from home during COVID-19 Whether you’ve been homeschooling for years or you’re new to the game, let’s be honest: there is no way we can educate our children from 9AM to 3PM straight every day…and nor should you feel you MUST.  Reality dictates that we juggle household duties with parenting responsibilities and–for many–working from

Liberty-Benton’s “Fermata The Blue” performing for 5th year

Most new teachers begin the school year with the crunch of leaves under their feet. Ray Wolfe, however, experienced a different type of first day as choral director at Liberty-Benton, taking over in the middle of the school year in January 2014. His ‘first day’ was a snow day and school was cancelled! Wolfe’s first

Game On

Has your family paused lately to play? Three local business owners know that “all work and no play” is the wrong formula for success. In fact, their businesses thrive because they believe there are benefits when we all find time to play. Here are some unique spins on “Family Game Night” along with game ideas

Teaching your kids to thrive in future work world

By Dr. Daneen Skube Tribune Content Agency Q: I have kids and worry about how to prepare them for the work world. How do you suggest parents talk to children about careers, education and goal-setting? A: I suggest to parents that they have lots of conversations about the difference between social myths and workplace reality. I am

Combat Holiday Food Stress

Enjoy but don’t overindulge The holidays are a stressful time—especially when it comes to food. We’re bombarded from all sides to eat more than normal with tempting Christmas cookies, candy canes, homemade candy, appetizers and more. At the time, we get reminded that we ought to be more mindful about what we eat. Dr. Mary-Jon

11 Ways Families Can Salute a Veteran

During this month of Thanksgiving, don’t forget our military service members. Many organizations and veterans groups offer ways to show support and gratitude for members of the armed forces. Here’s how: 1) Help an expectant military mom. Nothing relieves a soldier’s worries like knowing that his family is supported back home. Soldiers’ Angels Baby Brigade