Valentine's Day craft

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Children age 3-7 are invited to City Hall, 9184 Route 43, to celebrate Valentine's Day Feb. 6 with a variety of fun activities.

Children will create paper conversation hearts, wreaths, rings and a candy hat, and they will have the chance to socialize with their peers. Parents must stay at the event. Cost is $8 for residents. Register by Feb. 1.

Valentine's Day craft

Children age 3-7 are invited to City Hall, 9184 Route 43, to celebrate Valentine's Day Feb. 6 with a variety of fun activities.

Children will create paper conversation hearts, wreaths, rings and a candy hat, and they will have the chance to socialize with their peers. Parents must stay at the event. Cost is $8 for residents. Register by Feb. 1.

Sign up by Jan. 10 for father daughter dance

Fathers and their daughters, age 4-12, are invited to follow the yellow brick road and fly "Somewhere Over the Rainbow" at a dance Feb. 15 from 6-8:30 p.m. at a site to be determined.

The evening includes a buffet dinner, music by Audio Extremes and a keepsake photograph by Cheryl Taylor Photography.

The cost is $45 per couple, and each additional daughter's admission is $15 for residents. Register by Jan. 21.

Enjoy 'Snow Art

in the Park'

Children of all ages are invited Feb. 13 to "Snow in the Park" at City Park. Using spray bottles filled with colored water, attendees will have the chance to create art on baseball field no. 7 at the park. Dress for the weather and bring extra spray bottles that are available.

Cost is $3. Register by Feb. 1.

Budding gymnasts have a chance to learn the basics in "Little Leapers Gymnastics."

There are eight four-week sessions starting Jan. 9 through April 4 at City Hall. Each class meets weekly for four weeks. Registration is due Jan. 4 for the session beginning Jan. 9.

There are three different levels for children of different ages:

Dynamic Duo, Parent & Child, for children 18 months through age 3. Participants will learn fundamentals. Each class will include a warm up, skill development period and closing activity. Themes will change throughout the year and include creative skill building activities. Classes starting Jan. 9 meet from 5:15 to 5:45 p.m.

Pond Hoppers, for children age 3.5 to 5. Participants will be introduced to beginning skills on the floor, vault, bars and beam. The course's goal is to develop each child's physical potential and increase self esteem by providing a successful experience in a non-competitive setting.

Rising Stars, for children age 5.5 to 8. Children will be introduced to progressions, terminology and beginning skills on floor, vault, bars and beam.

Registration deadlines are the Friday prior to the beginning of each new session. Call the Streetsboro Parks & Recreation Department at 330-626-3802 for additional information.

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