Tales for Tots is a fun story time at the University of Findlay Mazza Museum, to inspire toddlers and preschoolers, beginning on October 11th at 11am. Gail Lazarczyk, known to past participants as “Story Nana,” will be missed as she has retired, and the Museum will feature a new host for each session this year.
Park improvements are on the way thanks to an AARP grant of $20,000. Some of the improvements that will take place include: park benches, new water fountains and special needs playground equipment. Councilwoman Carol Cary, who applied for the grant, received thanks from Councilman Dennis Turner. Additionally, the McComb area Heart and Soul will contribute
The Hancock County Sheriff’s Office, after over a year of fundraising, is installing “The Boot”, a metal plate placed at the bottom of a classroom door to prevent the door from being opened, protecting students from a shooter. First installed at Cory-Rawson School, there is still a need to raise $152,000, of the $425,000 total
Tiffin Art Guild offers a variety of workshops including Fused Glass Jewelry, Sculpting & Embossing and Holiday Ornaments. This month’s feature, Fused Glass Sculpting & Embossing, will teach students various techniques to create either a plate, trivet, ornament or suncatcher. No experience is required for this course. Minimum age of 10. Cost includes all project
Do you have a child that is interested in baking? Panera’s Bakers-In-Training program is a great way to introduce kids to kitchen essentials and the fundamentals of baking. In this fun-filled culinary experience, your child will put on their own cotton baking hat and apron and try their hand at bread making. They’ll stretch and
If your kids have an endless fascination with trucks, emergency vehicles and farm equipment, they’re in for a treat as the Touch a Truck event returns to Findlay. “A kid’s dream day,” a morning event, to be held at the Hancock County Fairgrounds, allows kids (and grownups!) to get hands on with their favorite equipment.