Children and caregivers - join us for stories, building and fun! Each month we’ll read a story for inspiration, then the building will begin with our LEGO and LEGO Duplo blocks. Please note children will not be able to keep their creations.
Join Cindy Gaillard, multiple Emmy-Award winning Executive Producer for Arts & Culture at WOSU Public Media, for a screening of WOSU’s award winning series Columbus Neighborhoods. This week we’ll be exploring the history and culture of Downtown & Franklinton.
Join Judy MacNamee for a discussion on how you can change those behaviors that are so frustrating. Learn when it is appropriate to be a “helicopter” parent and when you should back off. Learn how to avoid being the “bad guy.” Additionally, Judy will discuss strategies for changing your home from a chaotic environment to one that is calm.
Judy MacNamee is the Founder and ADD/ADHD Coach of ADHD CoachConnect LLC, in Columbus, Ohio. Judy has earned both a B.S. and M.B.A from Ashland University along with an M.S. from Illinois State University. She has spent over 15 years working with middle and high school teens struggling with ADD, ADHD and related disabilities. She recently left the classroom to fulfill her passion to spread awareness and help to teens, struggling parents and educators.
Join Marlise Schoeny for a discussion of the history of fashion as it relates to Columbus bicentennial history and its fashion industries. Two of retail fashions industry giants had their beginnings in Columbus, OhioFederated Department Stores in 1851 as S. Lazarus, and Limited Brands Inc. in 1963 as The Limited store in the Kingsdale shopping center. They began modestly and eventually gained nationwide recognition. Both had a major impact on the national fashion retail industry as well as the city of Columbus. There were many other contributors to this citys fashion story that secured Columbus a place on the map in the world of fashion.
Marlise Schoeny is the Assistant Curator of The Ohio State University’s Historic Costume & Textiles Collection.