All posts by Emilee Roberts

Halloween Parade in Downtown Findlay

This year’s parade, expected to last approximately over 2 hours, invites spectators to dress in their best family-friendly Halloween costumes and cheer on the participants as they walk, ride, roll, or drive by! Come Downtown early to have dinner before you enjoy the festivities. Participants in this year’s parade will include six Hancock County bands


School may be back in session, but that doesn’t mean the fun needs to end! With these great after school programs and field trips, the fun of summer is still going strong. Plus, you’ll know your children are engaged and entertained after the bell rings, but before dinner is served! Becky’s School of Dance 15440 U.S.

Harvest the Past with the Hancock Park District

Bring out the entire family as Hancock Park District goes back in time to celebrate the past. Check out the 1847 McKinnis House and enjoy apple turnovers and stew. Stop by the garden shed to see what’s for the taking at the Historic Farmer’s Market.Enjoy cider and popcorn while listening to music and see the

Summer Fun for the Whole Family at Miracle Park

Now that we’re a few weeks into summer it’s the perfect time for doing things together as a family. One of the challenges special needs families face, though, is finding activities to include all of their children. Many activities are specifically for children with special needs or for children without special needs, but those often

Royal Buffet: Something for Everyone

There is something about a buffet that my kids love. I don’t know if it’s the fact that they get to choose from a variety of foods or because they know they’ll be able to choose a dessert. Regardless, when I presented them with options, they unanimously chose Royal Buffet Unique decor and Chinese culture

Penny Pinching Activities

Summer is the perfect time to get the kids out of the house and get active. Oftentimes, though, the cost of those activities can really add up. This is especially true when you have more than one child! There are plenty of activities for families this summer that won’t break the bank. Local parks are