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Events in Delaware County!

Access events happening in Orange Township, Lewis Center, and Delaware County!  Find out about upcoming events, programs and meetings in our community. From parades to fireworks, sports events to movies in the park, from sledding snow covered hills to exchanging business ideas, you’ll find it here! Discover links to valuable resources for your health and well being. Orange Township has many activities and resources, and we’re here to help you find what you’re looking for!  Our service is made available through our giving supporters.  Updated daily!   LEARN MORE AT ORANGECELEBRATION.COM

Spotlight: Activites for Seniors in Columbus

Finding good family-friendly activities that seniors can enjoy with your whole family is easy to do in Columbus, OH. Depending on what your family enjoys, there are lots of seasonal outdoor activities in spring, summer and fall. We have researched activities that run throughout the year that most seniors will enjoy, and created a list that you can review with your loved ones. The good people at Caring Senior Service in Columbus have put together a list of some of the more popular attractions for those 55 or older. Click below to find out more…

OHIO EVENTS

Tribal Reconnection and Archaeological Discovery: The Hopewell Ceremonial Earthworks World Heritage Nomination.  Thursday, March 25, 3pm – 4pm. Online – LEARN MORE

Understanding the Climate Crisis
Natural History Curator Erin Cashion from the Ohio History Connection will describe the role climate change has played throughout the Earth’s history and how the current climate crisis came to be. Thurs, April 15, 7pm – LEARN MORE & REGISTER

Crime of the Century–The Mysterious Beheading of Pearl Bryan, presented by Amber Hunt
Join renowned journalist Amber Hunt, known for her work with the Cincinnati Enquirer and as co-creator of the Accused podcast, as she delves into the mystery of this Ohio cold case!
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The Sky’s the Limit for Seniors  Metro Parks offers a variety of activities and programs to connect seniors, 50 and older, to the natural world. Programs are designed to promote an active and healthy lifestyle but also offer opportunities for seniors who may need a bit more assistance. LEARN MORE

25 Fun Things to Do in Ohio with Kids of All Ages

Ohio is dubbed the Buckeye state because of the Ohio buckeye trees that grow in abundance there. It is also a haven for families with kids with its array of world renowned museums, zoos, national parks, nature centers, gardens, and aquariums. Of course, a vacation with the kids must include a trip to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and Museum. And fans of baseball will undoubtedly want to visit the popular Cincinnati Reds Hall of Fame and Museum. Whether it’s indoors or outdoors, Ohio’s options for good times with kids are limitless. Here are 25 of the best things to do with kids in Ohio. CDC information for travelers. Hours/availability may have changed.

Council on Aging of Southwestern Ohio

It is the policy of Council on Aging of Southwestern Ohio (COA) to list only those events that are free and open to seniors, people with disabilities, caregivers or professionals in related fields. COA may also list events that require a fee, but that are educational in nature and may be of particular interest or benefit to one or more of these groups (ex: workshops, seminars, conferences, CEU opportunities). In general, all other events — including festivals and fundraisers — will be excluded from COA’s website.  LEARN MORE

Area Office on Aging of Northwestern Ohio

Community outreach is implemented through various outlets of communication, special events and special publications. In trying to educate, inform and keep the senior citizens of Northwest Ohio involved in the community, the Area Office on Aging of Northwestern Ohio sponsors and organizes many successful endeavors.

Many of these senior events are made possible through the support of corporate sponsors and volunteers.  VIEW CURRENT EVENTS

City of Cleveland Department of Aging

Many different programs and services for the elderly in Cleveland, Ohio. Mission Statement: Cleveland seeks to be so elder friendly that current older residents desire to remain, former residents wish to return to the City and the City can recruit additional older residents based on the elder friendly aspects of Cleveland and its neighborhoods..  LEARN MORE

Orange Community Education & Recreation

Supports Ohio communities in Pepper Pike, Orange Village, Moreland Hills, Woodmere Village, Hunting Valley and Solon. The mission of the Orange Senior Center is to enrich the quality of life and to provide support to a diverse senior population age 55 and over who reside in the Orange School District.  The Orange Senior Center is the district’s focal point for programs and services specific to individuals age 55 and over. The program provides opportunities for enrichment, education, socialization and companionship in a welcoming atmosphere. We invite you to join us!  LEARN MORE

City of Springdale, Ohio

 Springdale boasts an 72,000 sq. ft. Community Center that includes a fitness center, indoor walking track, gymnasiums, game rooms, exercise studio, senior lounge and computer lab. It also includes year-round youth sports opportunities and a very active senior and adult program that includes special events and luncheons.  LEARN MORE