Tuesday, August 18, 2020, commemorated the centennial anniversary of the 19th Amendment, which gave women in the United States the right to vote at the culmination of the women’s suffrage movement. The University of Findlay’s Mazza Museum marked the day with the release of a multidisciplinary video presentation and the announcement of an exhibition of
The Findlay-Hancock County Public Library has kicked off a new book discussion series that will meet online monthly. New Perspectives is a program where participants will read a book from the library’s catalogue and then meet via Zoom, led by both a Library staff member and an individual who can provide insight into the issues
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