Residents can fish Lake Erie
or the many rivers and streams in the state on May 5 and May 6 for FREE (without having to get a license) in 2014. Non-residents and those wishing to fish the rest of the season will still need to obtain an Ohio fishing license
.(Photo courtesy of Ohio Dept of Travel and Tourism)
It's back again. Bank of America/Merrill Lynch is offering free admission this weekend to more than 150 museums around the United States. In Cleveland, that means free admission to the Great Lakes Science Center
Saturday, April 5 and Sunday, April 6. The museum, located downtown along the shores of Lake Erie, is open both days from 10am to 5pm. One free admission is given per cardholder. You must show ID and your BOA credit or debit card.
The Great Lakes Science Center features more than 165,000-square feet of exhibit space and more than 400 hands-on exhibits. For more information on the Bank of America offer, see their Web site
.(photo courtesy of the Great Lakes Science Center)
Today's warm weather has many of us thinking about gardening and getting our lawns in shape for the spring and summer. Although the last frost date in Northeast Ohio is not until mid to late May (depending on whom you consult), there are many garden tasks you can do right now. Here are some articles from around the About network to help you get started with this season's gardening tasks:(Photo of my May garden © 2006 S. Mitchell; Licensed to About, Inc.)
The I-X Indoor Amusement Park, held each spring in Cleveland's I-X Center, is 20 acres of indoor fun for the whole family. There are dozens of rides (including the permanent indoor Ferris wheel), live entertainment, fair food, and special events and celebrity appearances. The 2014 dates are March 21 to April 20.
Admission is $21.99 for adults and and $18.99 for those under 48". That's lower than last year. Discounted tickets are available online and at Marc's Stores.
(photo courtesy of the I-X Indoor Amusement Park.)