Lake Metroparks Farmpark Daytime Toy Workshop Runs December 26 through December 30

The Farmpark Toy Workshop is the place where memories are built! Hours for the workshop, a popular activity during Country Lights, at Lake Metroparks Farmpark, are 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. December 26th through December 30th. The fee is $2.00 per toy with paid regular Farmpark admission or membership. During their visit to the workshop, children ages 2 through 12 select a wooden toy to build with Santa’s … Read more

Don’t Hibernate all Winter! Visit Lake Metroparks for the Farmpark Ice Festival on January 25 and 26

You could hibernate all winter, but that would be awfully boring. So instead of complaining about the cold, why not embrace it? On January 25th from 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. and January 26th from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m., Farmpark will host its annual Ice Festival. The event will feature a variety of winter-themed activities including carving competitions, demonstrations, … Read more

Candy Land has Gone “Wild” at Lake Metroparks! Open Daily Now Through January 1, 2019

Northeast Ohio’s “Wildest” holiday tradition, Candy Land has gone WILD!, returns to thrill visitors another year! Visitors become game pieces on the life-sized game board designed like the iconic board game CANDY LAND. As they draw cards and move along the board from space to space, they will embark on a journey through an enchanted display and discover nature’s gifts throughout the seasons. Candy Land has gone Wild! is free for everyone! The game is played inside the Nature Center at Penitentiary Glen Reservation. Hours the … Read more

Laketran is Next to Join Ohio Clean Energy Jobs Alliance to Save Perry Power Plant

Laketran’s Board of Trustees has added its name to a growing list of community stakeholders supporting the Ohio Clean Energy Jobs Alliance. The alliance is seeking a public policy solution that will allow Perry Nuclear Power Plant to avoid its decommissioning slated for 2021. “Electricity is the future energy source for all ground transportation, including buses.” shared Ben Capelle, … Read more