All posts by Nan Bauer

Findlay Service League Hosts Holiday Homes Tour

One of the most picturesque times of the year is upon us. Trees shimmer with tiny lights and homes are decorated with white tufts of snow. ‘Tis the season and you are invited to join the Findlay Service League’s Tour of Homes in the Pheasant Run neighborhood, where you can get ideas for charming decorations

The Sweetest Cookie Exchange

The most creative and delicious way to bond has made its way to Findlay! At the Cookie Exchange, hosted by The Sweet Retreat, participants can invite six to eight friends to bring their own recipes for a cookie-filled evening. The Sweet Retreat staff will provide all the essentials and do the prep work, but it’s

ArtWalk a.k.a. Not Your Ordinary Stroll

The ArtWalk in Findlay is nothing like your usual stroll around town. This is your chance to experience Findlay’s finest when it comes to art, shopping and dining. Visitors will stroll along Findlay’s historic Main Street while admiring the unique work of local artists. Partici- pating galleries include the Findlay Art League Gallery, Jones Building

Findlay professor's new video shares message of cultural inclusion

  It’s harder to be afraid of something you know. That’s the message of a new video about cultural inclusion funded by the Findlay-Hancock County Community Foundation. University of Findlay professor Hiro Kawamura begins the video by telling of his childhood in Japan and meeting an American guest. He was afraid of the man because

Detroit Red Wings Alumni Event

The Detroit Red Wings Alumni Event was arranged with the help of Gliding Stars of Findlay, a non-profit organization that provides ice-skating programs to help people with developmental challenges