2014 Holiday Gift Guide


Ever feel overwhelmed when it comes to getting the perfect gift? Findlay Area Family is here to remove the stress of wondering whether your little ones, parents or friends will love what they unwrap. Our Holiday Gift Guide provides ideas for how to bring smiles to everyone’s face this Christmas.

Bubble’s Pet Salon

116 N. Main St., North Baltimore

419-257-2100 Forget treats! What your cats and dogs really need is a pet grooming date at Bubble’s Pet Salon. The hometown pet groomer promises tender care and quality service with small town prices. Nail trims, full-service grooming and love will go a long way this holiday season. Donate an old bath towel for a $3 discount at your next appointment.

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Mazza Museum Children’s Book Center

301 College St., Findlay

For the children on your shopping list, start by browsing the wonderful selection of award-winning picture books at the Mazza Museum Children’s Book Center. Games, toys and stuffed animals are available at the Mazza Gift Shop, which are the perfect match for their favorite book. Their special holiday hours between November 2 and November 15 are Monday-Friday, Noon-6pm, and 1-4pm on the weekends, with a 10 percent discount.

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103 E. Sandusky St., Findlay

The best parties are the ones that take place at Paloozas! This month, have Breakfast with Santa from 9-10:30am on December 6 & 13 and have fun with crafts, breakfast and games. Also, drop off your letter to Santa between December 1 and December 20 at their sister store, TRENDS! on Main, and receive a personalized letter back.

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The Arts Partnership

618 S. Main St., Findlay

For the music lovers on your list, give an early Christmas gift and create a musical memory by taking them to see Grammy Award-winning singer Sandi Patty perform all of your holiday favorites! The Arts Partnership is bringing Sandi, known as The Voice and one of the most awarded female vocalists in contemporary Christian music history, to Findlay. Don’t miss the chance to see her live with loved ones on December 7 at 7pm in the Heminger Auditorium at Findlay High School ($25/adults, $20/seniors and students, $30/at the door).

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Boyd’s Retro Candy Store

954 Phillips Ave., Toledo

The ultimate treat for every sweet tooth is a trip to Boyd’s Retro Candy Store. The family-owned business is a child’s paradise with a Willy Wonka feel and an endless supply of candy. Holiday gift baskets ($19.99) and retro mesh stockings filled with candy ($9.99) will bring more cheer to homes this December. Make your own candy mix by focusing on specific decades. A very retro way to celebrate the holidays!

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