Here is a list of five of the best breeders in the Cleveland area. Ranging from Pembroke Welsh Corgis to German Shepherds, this list will help get anyone interested in raising a dog started. Research on different breeds is recommended to be sure to find the right dog to fit in with one’s lifestyle and situation.
When and what to eat before working out, after working out and in-between to keep the body running at optimum performance. Tammy Moorehead, H.C., co-founder and Director of Corporate Wellness at The Partners to Empowerment Wellness Center and Holistic Health Practitioner shares three of her recipes to keep the body healthy. Enjoy her smoothie recipe, a delicious chicken salad sandwich and energy balls for a snack to keep going throughout the day.
Circus arts can provide a child with laughter, creativity and physical activity. Whether learning aerial silks, juggling, becoming a clown or hiring one for an event, or going to the circus, here are some of the best options out there for kids and the young at heart in Cleveland and beyond.
Kids’ Easter events in Cleveland for 2013 include a pancake breakfast with Bethel Church Cleveland with an egg hunt and crafts, face painting and other fun activities for children. Kids and the whole family can enjoy breakfast with the Easter Bunny at the zoo, visit with the Easter Bunny and collect treats from local merchants in Ashtabula, listen to stories while wearing your fanciest Easter bonnet or cruise Lake Erie on an Easter brunch for the whole family.
The Jewish Festival of Freedom, also known as Passover, will begin March 25 this year and continue until April 2. It is a celebration of the Jewish people’s emancipation from slavery in Ancient Egypt. Kids can celebrate and learn about this Jewish holiday at the same time by making a Seder plate, exploring the Maltz Museum of Jewish Heritage, volunteering, attending a Seder dinner and being with other children during a closing service of Passover.
For those in search of work in the Cleveland area, here are some tools and resources to help. Whether you need aid in the job search or help with on the job training, whether you’re a young adult looking to gain education and career training or a veteran trying to get back into the workforce, there are many options in the Cleveland area.
As the holidays approach, area families and children often need help just to make ends meet and make the holidays brighter. Organizations accept holiday gift donations for the families that need it.
The Jewish holiday Hanukkah or “The Festival of Lights” begins on the evening of Dec. 8 and continues through sundown Dec. 16. Although much of the holiday is celebrated at home, events around Cleveland celebrate this Jewish holiday and Jewish culture. Throughout the week, celebrate with the area’s Jewish community at the best places to observe Hanukkah in Cleveland this year.
Finding a photographer that works well with children and captures them in a portrait is not always an easy task. Here are five of the best photographers for children in the Cleveland area to help narrow down the choices.
For the freshest apples one can buy, spend a day apple picking at a local orchard. Ohio has several orchards within a couple hours drive from Cleveland to visit. All offer farm markets and gift shops, some even have fall festivals and fun activities for kids. Whether you live in North, South, East, West or Downtown Cleveland, here are five orchards to visit for apple picking and more this fall.