Libraries and parks in Hancock and Seneca counties have joined forces to provide family-friendly trails where kids and their parents or grandparents can take a walk and read a book at the same time.
The Spring ArtWalk, hosted by Visit Findlay, Findlay Art League, Downtown Findlay, Marathon Center for the Performing Arts, and Jones Building Artists, the event is to take place online May 1 in light of ongoing public event restrictions. Instead of the usual gathering of artists and artwork downtown, you’ll find online tours of home studios,
The Handbags That Help women’s giving circle awarded grants totaling $51,500 to four local nonprofits, bringing its total in 13 years to more than $500,000. • City Life Findlay – $10,000 City Life Findlay, an extension of Youth for Christ of Northwest Ohio, was granted $10,000 for an outdoor expansion project for under-served youth in
Highlights@Home, a FREE email subscription that provides parents and kids with fun learning activities while sequestered at home, is filled with stories, puzzles, videos, games, creative activities like crafts or recipes, physical activities and suggested acts of kindness. April content will include themes such as Find Your Funny Bone, We Are (All) Family, Never-ending Piles
Beginning this summer, the Hancock Park District will begin reclaiming approximately 100 acres, formerly leased as marginal farmland, at Oakwoods Nature Preserve. The district received two grants totaling close to $1.4 million for the project, including $651,800 from the Great Lakes Restoration Initiative and $753,000 from H2Ohio. The projects, which will be completed by 2021,