To learn more about
LifeTown, please contact us at 614.939.0765 or
The Diamond Hill Capital Management Library
Students can check out a book or magazine
from the Life Town Library and relax on a bench
in the LifeTown Park. They can use the library
computer to conduct research on a topic of
interest such as a pet that they saw in the Pet
Shop. They can print out the information to take
home and share with their friends and family as
they discuss their visit to Life Town.
The LifeTown Library will occasionally host
a guest reader on a book that is intentionally
selected for the students visiting Life Town on
that day. Computers are available for research.
The Pet Place
The Pet Place is fully stocked with fish,
birds and animals to touch such as hamsters,
gerbils and rabbits. The students can feed the
animals, learn about the animals, and even hold
the animals during their visit to the Pet Place.
Students typically enjoy making several visits
to the Pet Place during their lesson.
The Huntington Bank
Students can enhance their financial literacy
during their visit to Life Town by learning
how to deposit funds and withdraw funds.
Students learn about personal hygiene and
grooming and how to make and keep an appointment
for a hair styling or a mini-manicure at the
hair salon by calling in advance or stopping in
to schedule an appointment during their visit to
The RiteRug Theater
Students can visit the Life Town Theater to
watch a movie or television show. The marquis
and showing times can be customized for the
visiting group. The feature can be selected by
LifeTown or supplied by the visiting group. Two
showings are usually offered per lesson.
The Big Lots Art Studio
The Big Lots Art Studio is a special arts and
crafts workshop where children will gather to
learn and practice a wide variety of art
techniques. Reservations for the The Big Lots
Art Studio are made in advance of a visit.
Pedestrian and Bike Safety Program
Students can practice pedestrian safety in a
controlled environment. A volunteer serves as a
Fit for Life Medical Center
Students can make appointments with the LifeTown Doctor or Dentist to learn healthy
practices. The Dentist will discuss good
brushing practices and oral hygiene. He or she
will also explain the tools and equipment in the
The Doctor will measure a child's height and
weight and present basic health and nutrition
LifeTown staff will insure that children
understand that all medical concerns should be
discussed with the child's personal Doctor or
The MarketPlace and LifeTown Park
Students can relax in the LifeTown park and enhance their
financial literacy skills by purchasing a variety of items
including toys and trinkets from the MarketPlace.
Students practice etiquette and money exchange
by order and enjoy healthy snacks.