Scarlet Oaks Estate Expands Offerings Ask owners Kate and Patrick Manders to describe Scarlet Oaks Estate, and you’d expect to hear words like “charming,” “picturesque” and “peaceful.” But the couple chooses this phrase: “more than meets the eye.” Take a tour of their property off U.S. Route 68 in Findlay, and you’ll understand what they
Bluffton’s iconic thrift store moved to a larger location in early September. The Et Cetera Shop has been part of the community for 45 years, opening in 1974. Limited space in the shop at 111 S. Main Street prompted the move to a much larger location down the street at 327 N. Main Street. The
The city of Findlay’s efforts to combat childhood obesity kicked into high gear with a $100,000 grant from the U.S. Conference of Mayors. The grant will expand Findlay’s “Keep Active, Keep Healthy” program, especially during the winter months. Some possible programs include ice skating lessons at the Cube, gym activities such as pinball (a type
A new hair salon opened at 219 Broadway across from the Findlay Hancock County Public Library. Owner Jole Stevens, who lives in Van Buren, has been a hair stylist for 20 years. “I wanted to spread my wings and create a salon that reflected my vision,” she says. Stevens had the building space completely remodeled,
Teachers, librarians and book lovers will delight in the Mazza Museum’s fall weekend conference, November 8-9, featuring engaging presentations from top authors and illustrators in the picture book industry. Keynote speakers include Margaret Chodos-Irvine, Lois Ehlhert/Allyn Johnston, Nina Laden, Peter Catalanotto, Lori Nichols, and Melissa Sweet. For more information, visit mazzamuseum.org.
The Findlay-Hancock County Chamber of Commerce, in conjunction with AAA Travel, is offering community members the chance to experience London and Paris without the hassle of vacation planning. The eight-day trip will take place September 2-9, 2020 and features highlights such as the Tower of London, Trafalgar Square, Big Ben, Arc de Triomphe, Eiffel Tower