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With fall and all those beautiful colors...

...come promises of ice and cold and lots of white. But we're there yet! There's lots to do this fall in your county parks.

For starters, click here to check out our printable three-month calendar of naturalist-led programs in October, November and December.

Next, click here for a list of new recreational opportunities - from horseshoes to tetherball (that'll have you working up a sweat!) to soccer goals and bocce.

And finally, there's nothing like autumn camping, with those chilly nights made for campfires - and for Geauga residents it's free, free, free! Click here to learn more about Park District camping.


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SPECIAL EXHIBIT:
Something's Afoot: Nature Just Can't Stay Put

Job Openings

ART SHOWS

IMAGINE: 16th Annual Ravenwood Mental Health Center Art Show October 23-November 21 at Big Creek Park's Meyer Center
Hillcrest Art Guild November 2-January 11 at The West Woods Nature Center

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Restore Nassau Astronomical Observing Station

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Geauga Walkers
Tuesday, October 21, 1-2:30 PM
Big Creek Park, Grounds
Join other active seniors on weekly hikes in Geauga County and the surrounding area.

Hogs Gone Wild and Other Problem Wildlife
Tuesday, October 21, 7-8:30 PM
Big Creek Park, Cherry Room
USDA biologists Craig Hicks and Caleb Wellman describe their work with feral swine, mute swans, raccoons, and troublesome non-native animals that cause crop and property damage, and other negative impacts.

Timbertots: Tree Treasures! (Ages 3-5 w/adult)
Wednesday, October 22, 10-11 AM
Orchard Hills Park, Orchard Hills Lodge
Explore forest and orchard to discover the hidden treasures of trees! Older or younger siblings will not be considered registered participants.

-- program requires pre-registration

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