Meeting Mask Demand: Local Businesses and Individuals Fulfill A Dire Need

In five short months, masks have gone from being something most of us saw on an infrequent basis to a daily necessity as our country navigates the Covid-19 pandemic. Several factors are important in considering which masks to purchase, including comfort, fit, and style. Additionally, ease in buying them is essential, as we find ourselves

30+ FREE Virtual Learning Resources That Kids Will Love

One of the benefits of children learning from home is that parents can control the curriculum. You can adjust each activity to best suit the needs and interests of your child to provide optimal learning and fun. As long as your child is learning the necessary skills, how you cover the subject matter if up


By Atlanta Parent Editorial Have a bubbly good time with these bubble-themed activities and crafts for an entertaining way to spend the day. Recipes for Bubble-Mania Make your own bubbles with these recipes. Basic Bubbles: Mix two tablespoons of dish soap with one cup of water. Ultra Dawn detergent seems to work best. Magic Bubbles: To create

Hayes Museum offers visitors a slew of online experiences

It has been more than a month since the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Library and Museums in Fremont have had to close to the public due to the COVID-19 crisis. However, the Museum is hoping to keep visitors busy with a selection of online offerings available through its official website, from virtual exhibits and collections

Farm Fresh Findlay – Farmers’ Market Roundup

A sure sign of spring’s arrival: flowers blooming, birds chirping, rain pounding, and, most importantly, farmers’ markets reopening with fresh produce. It’s time to shake off the winter layers, grab your reusable shopping bags, and load up on goods at our local gems. (Or, all of our local gems— farmers-market-style bar hop, anyone?)  DAILY Riehm’s

10 Places for Outdoor Adventure in Seneca County Parks

During this time of closings and staying at home, you’re encouraged to get outside and walk for exercise to keep up your physical and mental health. Seneca County Park District’s parks each have trails and outdoor spaces where you can take your family for some time outdoors in the fresh air. Here are 10 places

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