Crocker Kids – Bounti-Fall Harvest

Crocker Kids – Bounti-Fall Harvest

Crocker Kids

Tuesday, September 10th

11am – 1pm

West Park in front of Dick’s
Crocker Park Blvd
Westlake, OH 44145

(330) 822-4011
[email protected]


Presented by Lake Ridge Academy and Northeast Ohio Parent Magazine, Crocker Kids – Bounti-Fall Harvest Celebration is a free event ideal for parents, caregivers and kids. This is the final event of the five-event summer series! Invite your friends and join us for fall themed crafts, games, enter to win prizes, enjoy snacks, glitter tattoos, balloon art and much, much more!

Monthly Sponsors:
Cleveland Clinic Children’s
Menlo Park Academy

Activities and Entertainment provided in part by:
Aqua Tots
Autism Learning Partners
Cleveland Hearing & Speech
Empowering Epilepsy
Goldfish Swim School
GradePower Learning
Hello Fresh
Jewish Education Center of Cleveland
Laurel School
Liquid Lifestyles
Maltz Museum
Ohio State Home Services
Perfectly Imperfect Produce
PINK Nanny Services
The Remodeling Group
Thomas Fitness Consulting
Trader Joes
Venue Church
Visit Mickey Vacations
Westlake PD
Westlake Porter Public Library

95.5 the FISH radio station will be on-site to add to the fun with giveaways, music and more.

Exclusive Event/Party Rentals by Party Right Rentals

Face Painting + Glitter tattoos by Faces & Fun

Sponsored by

About Lake Ridge Academy

Lake Ridge Academy was founded in 1963 by a small group of parents who shared a dream to create a school not just for the affluent, but for all parents seeking an exemplary learning environment where their children would be known. While our school has grown tremendously in both size and academic program since then, the mission of our founders still holds true to this day. Our school offers a world-class K-12 education in a warm and inviting community where all of our students are known and supported by a highly educated and committed faculty.

When you step on our campus you will notice a few things that are different from other schools in our area: Students learning outside on our sprawling 93-acre campus. Teachers engaging students through hands-on learning activities or student-led discussions. Older students collaborating with younger students. No locks on lockers. An appreciation for cultural diversity. And, unique creative learning spaces like our engineering fab lab or fine arts center.

All of these visual cues exemplify how our community of passionate learners, educators, and supporters have created a unique environment that encourages students to achieve their best academically and socially. It’s all part of our commitment to prepare our students for the world ahead, a philosophy that results in our graduates being ready to perform academically, see globally, and succeed individually in their next stage of life.

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