Travel in Dublin, OH

If you have time to sneak in a little golf during your trip to the Buckeye City, you'll find a great mix of everything from wallet-friendly municipal courses to luxury layouts to choose from. Consider this a starter list, then play on!

Today is World Elephant Day, and the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium is celebrating with a big announcement.

NASCAR's Xfinity Series is live from Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. Watch the Rock N' Roll Tequila 170 on NBCSN or stream it on the NBC Sports app.

Saturday is International World Elephant Day and the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium is throwing a party. Join the Zoo from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Asia Quest region for activities, games, and trunk loads (har har) of more fun. If you can't make it out for the festivities, celebrate the occasion by marveling...

The Official Website of the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course and The Mid-Ohio School. Watch the most competitive racing in the U.S and improve your driving and riding skills.

Open wheel and sports car veteran Katherine Legge will make her NASCAR debut next weekend. Legge will compete in the Aug. 11 NASCAR Xfinity Series race at the Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course and the Roa…

By Dr. Kyle Pruett • March 30th, 2010
Excerpt from Me, Myself and I
At first, it probably appears to the child that it is the toilet that’s being trained (hence the misnomer “toilet training”). After all, she is typically reasonably satisfied to fill her diaper and continue on about her business. It is parents who are so enthusiastic for her to move on to the pot in support of public health
The transition need not be Armageddon if parents remember that a…

By The Goddard School • June 7th, 2018
These simple activities can improve your child’s intellectual development
Setting children up for intellectual success later in life is high on the list of concerns for many parents, but amidst the everyday pressures of parenting , broad goals like “ making your child smarter ” can feel overwhelming and impractical. Fortunately, encouraging cognitive development doesn’t have to be…

By The Goddard School • May 2nd, 2010
Introduce your children to the wonders of a picnic…grab the picnic basket and a blanket. But food is still the most important picnic ingredient
What to pack: (Always consider age-appropriateness!)
Easy-to-transport veggies: baby carrots, celery, cucumbers, peppers
Bottled water or sippy cups with water
Trail mix: Make your own. Include nuts, raisins, pretzels, dried fruit, and coconut
Fresh…

By The Goddard School • November 8th, 2013
You may have heard the term ‘world schooling’ recently. World schooling uses travel to teach children about the planet and world cultures. As the use of technology increases, the world has become more interconnected, and one country’s problems can affect our personal lives
An early educational experience should include a global perspective. At The Goddard School, we provide…

By Dr. Kyle Pruett • May 5th, 2010
Are you planning a summer vacation with your children? Young children are natural explorers and typically adore adventures. But they love them even more when they have been prepared for new experiences. Better-prepared kids are kids who cope better. Here are some suggestions to prepare your children – to get the most educationally and emotionally out of your adventures
Talk about where you are going and why.
Discuss how long you will be there and…

By The Goddard School • May 29th, 2018
Ever noticed how a rise in temperature seems to directly correspond with a rise in the amount of loose change flying out of your purse
What with ice creams, drinks and whatever else they’re begging you for I feel like I shell out money hand over fist as soon as the sun comes out.
With three little people now pretty much eating and drinking and costing the same as each other days out can get…