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A Heart for Horses

Turning a passion into a career path Horses are fascinating animals—intelligent, perceptive, and affectionate. While many young adults partake in horseback riding, a select few decide to turn their passion for horses into a lifelong career. Enter the University of Findlay. Findlay is home to a nationally-recognized program UF offers one of only a few

2019 Halloween Guide

Looking for some spook-tacularly fun activities this fall for the whole family? We’ve compiled a list of events you won’t want to miss! Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays Celebrate Autumn with a Hayride Enjoy the crisp autumn air and changing leaves the old-fashioned way— from the back of a hay wagon driven by an antique

Field Trip and After School Guide 2019

After the school day ends, keep your student learning and growing. The Findlay area offers numerous enrichment opportunities for children, including after-school clubs, classes and field trips! Have Fun and Learn Mazza Museum 201 College St. 419-434-4560 | mazzamuseum.org The Mazza Museum on the campus of the University of Findlay is an often overlooked gem.

2019 Back to School Guide

5 Tips For A Good Year Ahead By Emily Remaklus New backpacks full of school supplies are ready to go, the first day of school outfit is picked out, and open house is just around the corner. It’s great to start off the year strong, but how can you help ensure that your child is

Childhood Virtues

Raising kind, caring, contributing children is the most important— yet daunting— job for parents. Virtues make up an individual’s character and instilling virtues starts at a young age. Five local experts share their advice on virtues and parenting. Gratitude Geri Leibfarth Director of Religious Education, St. Michael the Archangel Parish Gratitude is deeper than a

Q & A With Dr. Nahrain Shasteen Of Modern Heritage Eye Care

1. At what age should children first get their eyes checked? The American Optometric Association recommends that children have their first eye examination between the ages of 6 and 12 months. This ensures that we can detect potentially sight threatening conditions, such as lazy eye or amblyopia, as soon as possible. As the area’s only