All posts by Emilee Roberts

Preschool Fair and Early Literacy Night

Parents can stop by this Frozen-themed event to meet with representatives from preschools and daycares. Anna and Elsa will make an appearance, and the Children’s Services Department hosts crafts, games, performances, face painting, and early literacy activities for the kids.6-7:30pm.  Findlay-Hancock County Public Library 206 Broadway St. 419-422-1712 |

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Program and Unity Walk

The Martin Luther King Jr. Program and Unity Walk is Findlay’s recognition of the national holiday (established in 1983) honoring Dr. King. The annual Dr. Martin Luther King Program and “Unity in the Community Walk” is sponsored by the Black Heritage Library & Multicultural Center. The Unity Walk begins at 6pm at Church of the

Twelfth Night Holiday Dinner

Still feeling the Christmas spirit? The Jones Mansion has a unique event for those who just can’t get enough of the holidays. On January 8, The Jones Mansion is offering an elegant Twelfth Night Holiday Dinner. The festive six-course meal features A Few Other Christmas Carols by Brent Allen Burlington. This original show digs into

Sensory-Friendly Movie Nights

Activities are often more difficult for families with special needs— going to the movies is definitely one of those things. Movies can be a great family activity, but for some children with special needs movies can be too loud, too bright and theaters have etiquette expectations that can be quite challenging! Sitting still and being