A sure sign of spring’s arrival: flowers blooming, birds chirping, rain pounding, and, most importantly, farmers’ markets reopening with fresh produce. It’s time to shake off the winter layers, grab your reusable shopping bags, and load up on goods at our local gems. (Or, all of our local gems— farmers-market-style bar hop, anyone?) DAILY Riehm’s
*With COVID-19, these summer camps are subject to change or be canceled. Please call ahead to confirm availability. It’s just starting to feel like spring has arrived, which, believe it or not, means summer isn’t far behind. What will your kids do once school is out? Now is the perfect time to start planning for
Leaving your baby— whether your baby is 6 weeks old or 3 years old— with another caregiver can be incredibly tough (or a big relief!). We compiled a list of some of the best local centers and schools that will allow your child to learn independence and flourish in a school setting.
Your child can encounter Christ, develop their moral character, do good works, make new friends and more by joining a church youth group. Many Findlay area churches offer youth groups led by experienced staff or volunteers. Bible Methodist Church 529 Stadium Drive, Findlay 419-422-3125 www.biblemethodistchurchfindlay.org Offers a Kids Zone (age 3-5 ), Children’s Worship (age
Looking for some spook-tacularly fun activities this fall for the whole family? We’ve compiled a list of events you won’t want to miss! Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays & Sundays Celebrate Autumn with a Hayride Enjoy the crisp autumn air and changing leaves the old-fashioned way— from the back of a hay wagon driven by an antique
After the school day ends, keep your student learning and growing. The Findlay area offers numerous enrichment opportunities for children, including after-school clubs, classes and field trips! Have Fun and Learn Mazza Museum 201 College St. 419-434-4560 | mazzamuseum.org The Mazza Museum on the campus of the University of Findlay is an often overlooked gem.