Community Events For Kids
Click below to view the following programs:
Children's Cupboard Outreach, Evolving Through Love (ETL) and The Princess Endowment Project at Hedges Campus
Summer Camp and After-School Program for kids ages 6-13 ages offers the followings: sports clinic, movies, life skills, health wellness, academic assistance, free breakfast and lunch.
Phone (419) 612-6123
Culliver Reading Center at Ocie Hill Neighborhood Center
Culliver Reading Center will provide quality services to youth that will empower families to promote the healthy development of their talents, spirits, and intellects. The Culliver Reading Center will assist schools and parents by advocating, teaching, and fostering the love of learning in children in a safe, positive, welcoming and inspirational environment. Youth participate in a wide variety of activities including arts and crafts; computer room; game room; games in gym; and outside playground. Youths also receive a free breakfast and lunch go on free field trips.
Phone (419) 522-7323
Summer Fun Program June to August
Summer Fun is an all day program at Friendly House for nine weeks during the summer months. Children must register for Summer Fun program and pay the small fee before beginning. Youth participate in a wide variety of activities which include arts & crafts, computer room, games in gym, tutoring, game room, and outside playground.
Phone (419) 522-0521
Kingwood Center Gardens
Phone (419) 522-0211
Little Buckeye Children's Museum
About Little Buckeye Children's Museum
Phone (419) 522-2332
About Little Buckeye Children's Museum
Little Buckeye Children's Museum is a hands-on, play-based children's museum located in Mansfield, OH. With nearly 30 different interactive exhibits, Little Buckeye is an ideal destination for group and family visits by children ages 2-10 years.
Little Buckeye Children's Museum was founded in April 2011 in the heart of Downtown Mansfield. Construction began the previous year and thanks to over 35,000 volunteer hours and donations from the businesses and individuals within our community, we became a reality!
Little Buckeye encourages children to express themselves and to explore the world around them in a safe and developmentally-stimulating environment. The museum features exhibits that support real-life experiences that most children are already familiar with, allowing them to further explore the world around them. Children and families can shop for groceries in the Little Stoodt's Market, go for a check-up at the Doctor's Office, perform on stage at the Little Ren, be a teacher in Schoolhouse and much more!
Love on A Mission
To create a safe place for LGBTQ youth in our community to feel unconditionally loved and accepted for being their authentic selves through support, advocacy & education.
Mansfield UMADAOP Outreach Center
The UMADAOP Community Outreach Center provides early intervention services such as mentoring activities, enrichment programs, anti-bullying prevention, boxing, basketball clinics, Taekwondo, educational support and a Summer Youth Camp.
Phone (567) 307-7299
North End Community Improvement Collaborative (NECIC)
Ocie Hill Neighborhood Center
A city recreation center operated by the City of Mansfield's Parks and Recreation Department. Ocie Hill offers activities including basketball, karate, volleyball, soccer, wrestling and a game room.
Phone (419) 524-2626
Renaissance Performing Arts
Friday, September 14, 2018 at 7:00p.m. Renaissance Theatre Main Stage
Under the direction of Dauphne Maloney and Brian Nabors, the students of the Mansfield Youth Theatre (MY Theatre) bring to life Disney's "Aladdin, Jr." Aladdin and his three friends, Babkak, Omar, and Kassim, are down on their luck until Aladdin discovers a magic lamp and the Genie who has the power to grant three wishes. Wanting to earn the respect of the princess, Jasmine, Aladdin embarks on an adventure that will test his will and his moral character. Based on the Disney animated classic, this new adaptation of the beloved story opens up â€œa whole new worldâ€ for children of all ages.
General Admission Price: $15.00 Family Four Pack $50.00
Groups of 10 or more are eligible for a discount! Call the Box Office at (419) 522-2726 for more info.