Cultural Connections

Findlay’s Black Heritage Library wants to help you learn something new

Findlay’s Black Heritage Library and Multicultural Center is focusing on virtual education during the COVID-19 pandemic. Although the Black Heritage Library, at 817 Harmon St., Findlay, has not reopened to the public, Interim Director Jerome Gray said its message is getting across virtually and is open by appointment. Community conversations The next virtual event, “A

Language And Culture Converge

FHS welcomes Japanese teacher and cultural liaison.

Shop with a Global Mission

Bluffton shop features fair trade items Just a short drive to Bluffton, Ohio provides shopping destinations that offer unique products and an opportunity to engage in ethically-conscious purchasing. Ten Thousand Villages, located on Main Street in Bluffton, was the first fair trade store in the United States. Since opening the original Bluffton store 70 years

Sharing Culture and Music

A group of Findlay High School students recently performed at a self-organized musical evening entitled “A Classical Piano Concert” at St. Andrews United Methodist Church in Findlay

International Adoption Connects Mother And Son

When Rachel Walter was a little girl, she dreamed of adopting a child someday. Eventually, in travels for her former employer, the University of Findlay (UF), that desire was enhanced. On one visit to an orphanage in the Dominican Republic, a UF student showed Rachel a picture he had taken. The camera had captured Rachel

Welcoming A Daughter From China

There is a virtual hill to climb in order to adopt internationally, and it is comprised of sheets and sheets of paper and months and months of waiting. Audrey Todd, 39, of McComb, describes international adoption as a “long rollercoaster.” While it can be exhausting, “it is exciting to know you have this child out