High school sophomores, juniors and seniors can register for the University of Findlay’s Forensic Science Summer Camp, to be held in June. Students will use biology, chemistry, mathematics, physics and deductive reasoning during hands-on activities in a university lab and at mock crime scenes on campus. They will attempt to solve a series of unsolved crimes, examining evidence left at the crime scenes. The camp will be held Sunday, June 25 through Thursday, June 29 and students will stay on campus during that time. The cost is $425. For more information and to register, contact camp organizer Philip Lucas at email@example.com or at 419-434-4308, or visit the Forensic Science Summer Camp web page at https://www.findlay.edu/liberal-arts/forensic-science/Forensic%20Science%20Summer%20Camp.
A program about lavender will be held from 1-4 p.m. Sunday, June 25, during an open house in the McKinnis House at Litzenberg Memorial Woods. The lavender will be picked from the beds at the location. Products will be available to taste and smell. Lavender tea will be made on the stove. The family program is free and requires no registration. For more information, call the park district office at 419-425-7275.
The Wood County Historical Center and Museum will host a demonstration days weekend June 24-25. The Wood County Amateur Radio Club will hold its annual field day in the Boom Town area at 2 p.m. June 24 and, if weather permits, through the night until 2 p.m. June 25. The Wood County Board of County Commissioners will recognize the work of the radio club with a proclamation at 3 p.m. June 24. Other demonstrations will include a pioneer picnic and 1860s-era outdoor games from 1-4 p.m. both days. The public is welcome to pack a lunch to enjoy on the grounds alongside costumed interpreters. The museum will also be open from 1-4 p.m. both days. Both the event and museum will offer free admission all weekend. The museum and center is located at 13660 County Home Road, Bowling Green.
Carole Elchert, assistant professor of communication at the University of Findlay, will give a presentation on her new film, “Activismo: Art & Dissidence in Cuba,” at 7 p.m. Sunday at The Link, 112 E. Findlay St., Carey. In December 2015, Elchert and Phil Sugden, assistant professor of art at Bluffton University, traveled to Havana, Cuba, to interview artists and gather footage for a film. The documentary focuses on six of Cuba’s prominent artists and explores the role of art as activism.
Vacation Bible School will be held June 26-30 at Gateway Church. “Maker Fun Factory” will teach kids that they are created by God and built for a purpose. Register to volunteer online or in the church lobby. Fit for Life is held from 6-7:30 p.m. for youths in sixth through 12th grade. A different large group game is used each week to teach biblical truth. Call the church at 419-423-5947 for more information.