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Findlay AAA Open Class Car Show 9:00 am
Findlay AAA Open Class Car Show @ Car Care Plus
Jun 3 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Open Arms Domestic Violence and Rape Crisis Services has been named the recipient of this year’s AAA open class car show from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. June 3 at Car Care Plus, 10270 U.S. 224 West. All makes and models are welcome. There will also be door prizes, food and drinks, a 50/50 raffle and a police K-9 demonstration. Entry fee donations and event proceeds will be donated to Open Arms. For more information, call Car Care Plus at 419-422-4839.
Findlay Pride Picnic 12:00 pm
Findlay Pride Picnic @ Shelters 7 and 8, Riverside Park
Jun 3 @ 12:00 pm
The Findlay Pride Picnic will be held at noon on June 3 at Shelters 7 and 8, Riverside Park, 231 McManness Ave., Findlay. Meat will be provided. Attendees are asked to bring a side dish, dessert or appetizer to share. The event will include pinatas for kids and adults as well as music, bingo, raffles, games and a 50/50 drawing. The picnic is sponsored by Spectrum of Findlay, a nonprofit LGBT organization. For more information, contact spectrumoffindlay@gmail.com.
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Sojourner Quartet 6:00 pm
Sojourner Quartet @ Upper Room Church of God
Jun 4 @ 6:00 pm
Sojourner Quartet is a Findlay-based southern gospel four-part male quartet that began in 1991 as a contemporary Christian group playing their own instruments and writing many of their own songs. The group members’ mission is to glorify God and Jesus Christ to as many people as possible, regardless of denomination, through their music and personal testimony. Members are Isaac Steinhour (tenor and Findlay High School graduate), Mark May (Findlay native, baritone and member since 1992), Larry Counterman (bass and Indiana resident), and Jeff McGlade (lead and Findlay resident since 1984).
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Mornings With Mommy Summer Play Dates 9:30 am
Mornings With Mommy Summer Play Dates @ Jenera Community Park
Jun 5 @ 9:30 am
Summer play dates through Trinity Jenera’s Mornings With Mommy program will be held at the Jenera Community Park, south of the village on Ohio 698, on the first and third Mondays of June, July and August. Beginning at 9:30 a.m., parents, grandparents and caregivers may bring children of any age to enjoy playing outside with other children while the adults visit.
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Horseback Riding Program for Beginners 9:30 am
Horseback Riding Program for Beginners @ University of Findlay James L. Child Jr. Equestrian Complex
Jun 6 @ 9:30 am – 5:30 pm
A hands-on horseback riding program for beginners will be held indoors at the University of Findlay’s James L. Child Jr. Equestrian Complex as part of the Hancock Park District’s Leisure Education Initiative. The program is open to youths age 8 and older as well as adults. It runs from Tuesday, June 6, to Saturday, June 10. Session 1 runs from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. and session 2 runs from 2 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. The program will cover basic horse care and safety (feeding, catching a horse in a stall, putting on a halter, leading a horse, and grooming); basic tacking up and riding skills (mounting, dismounting, walking, stopping, guiding, jogging, and loping); bathing the horse; cleaning the saddle; and an advanced riding demonstration, at which time other styles of riding will be covered. In previous years, instruction for adults was held in the evening. Laura Smith, a horseback riding program instructor and administrator, said adults have the opportunity to take daytime classes this year after several people said it would better fit their schedule. With the new setup, participants will be broken into groups based on age and abilities, and people will be paired one-on-one with an instructor as they become familiar with horses, she said. The program’s goal is to have most people riding a horse alone by the end of the week, Smith said. Mark Smith, Laura Smith’s husband, is head instructor. A professional horseman for more than 35 years, he is an instructor in UF’s western equestrian program, is a carded judge with six national breed organizations, and has trained and coached multiple world and national champions. Participants should wear long pants and boots with heel (or sturdy shoes). Registration is $125 per person with a signed assumption of risk/liability release/waiver of all claims form and, if applicable, parental consent form from the park district and the university. Checks should be made payable to Mark Smith. Minimum enrollment is eight and maximum is 24 participants, and registration should be done by Friday, June 2, at 4:30 p.m. at the Hancock Park District, 1424 E. Main Cross St., Findlay. The equestrian complex is located at 11178 Marion Township 201, south of Findlay on Brookside Drive/Marion Township 201, south of Olive Street/Marion Township 204. For more information, call the park district at 419-425-7275 or visit www.hancockparks.com and click on the “What’s New” tab.
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Flag City Honor Flight Trip to Washington, D.C.
Flag City Honor Flight Trip to Washington, D.C. @ Washington, D.C.
Jun 7 all-day
Flag City Honor Flight has announced that it will offer flights to Washington, D.C., on June 7 and Sept. 20. As the Findlay-based hub of the national Honor Flight network, Flag City Honor Flight flies veterans free of charge to the nation’s capital to visit their memorials. Flag City Honor Flight normally makes just one flight to Washington each year. However, a second flight has been added for 2017 due to additional funds having been raised. Veterans, their accompanying guardians, and a small staff of Flag City Honor Flight personnel will travel to Washington, D.C., to visit the war memorials, particularly the World War II memorial. Other stops include the Korean War and Vietnam War memorials and the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery. The one-day flights depart from Grand Aire Terminal at Toledo Express Airport. Flag City Honor Flight is a nonprofit organization with 501(c)(3) status. Trips are made possible by donations from individuals, organizations and businesses. Veterans pay nothing and guardians are asked to make a tax-deductible donation of $400. Flag City Honor Flight services primarily northwestern Ohio, southern Michigan and parts of Indiana. However, applications are accepted from any veteran, no matter where he or she lives. World War II veterans receive the highest priority. Those who served during the Korean War are second priority, followed by those who served during the Vietnam War. Flag City Honor Flight is also looking for those who served between World War II and Korea, or between Korea and Vietnam. Those who are terminally ill may be moved up the list. Any veteran is eligible to go on a flight, from any branch of service and any campaign. Both 2017 flights are filling up quickly, and any interested party is encouraged to respond soon. More detailed information for veterans, potential guardians, event volunteers and donors is available at www.flagcityhonorflight.org. Application forms may be downloaded from the website. The organization can be reached at info@flagcityhonorflight.org.
Horseback Riding Program for Beginners 9:30 am
Horseback Riding Program for Beginners @ University of Findlay James L. Child Jr. Equestrian Complex
Jun 7 @ 9:30 am – 5:30 pm
A hands-on horseback riding program for beginners will be held indoors at the University of Findlay’s James L. Child Jr. Equestrian Complex as part of the Hancock Park District’s Leisure Education Initiative. The program is open to youths age 8 and older as well as adults. It runs from Tuesday, June 6, to Saturday, June 10. Session 1 runs from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. and session 2 runs from 2 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. The program will cover basic horse care and safety (feeding, catching a horse in a stall, putting on a halter, leading a horse, and grooming); basic tacking up and riding skills (mounting, dismounting, walking, stopping, guiding, jogging, and loping); bathing the horse; cleaning the saddle; and an advanced riding demonstration, at which time other styles of riding will be covered. In previous years, instruction for adults was held in the evening. Laura Smith, a horseback riding program instructor and administrator, said adults have the opportunity to take daytime classes this year after several people said it would better fit their schedule. With the new setup, participants will be broken into groups based on age and abilities, and people will be paired one-on-one with an instructor as they become familiar with horses, she said. The program’s goal is to have most people riding a horse alone by the end of the week, Smith said. Mark Smith, Laura Smith’s husband, is head instructor. A professional horseman for more than 35 years, he is an instructor in UF’s western equestrian program, is a carded judge with six national breed organizations, and has trained and coached multiple world and national champions. Participants should wear long pants and boots with heel (or sturdy shoes). Registration is $125 per person with a signed assumption of risk/liability release/waiver of all claims form and, if applicable, parental consent form from the park district and the university. Checks should be made payable to Mark Smith. Minimum enrollment is eight and maximum is 24 participants, and registration should be done by Friday, June 2, at 4:30 p.m. at the Hancock Park District, 1424 E. Main Cross St., Findlay. The equestrian complex is located at 11178 Marion Township 201, south of Findlay on Brookside Drive/Marion Township 201, south of Olive Street/Marion Township 204. For more information, call the park district at 419-425-7275 or visit www.hancockparks.com and click on the “What’s New” tab.
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Horseback Riding Program for Beginners 9:30 am
Horseback Riding Program for Beginners @ University of Findlay James L. Child Jr. Equestrian Complex
Jun 8 @ 9:30 am – 5:30 pm
A hands-on horseback riding program for beginners will be held indoors at the University of Findlay’s James L. Child Jr. Equestrian Complex as part of the Hancock Park District’s Leisure Education Initiative. The program is open to youths age 8 and older as well as adults. It runs from Tuesday, June 6, to Saturday, June 10. Session 1 runs from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. and session 2 runs from 2 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. The program will cover basic horse care and safety (feeding, catching a horse in a stall, putting on a halter, leading a horse, and grooming); basic tacking up and riding skills (mounting, dismounting, walking, stopping, guiding, jogging, and loping); bathing the horse; cleaning the saddle; and an advanced riding demonstration, at which time other styles of riding will be covered. In previous years, instruction for adults was held in the evening. Laura Smith, a horseback riding program instructor and administrator, said adults have the opportunity to take daytime classes this year after several people said it would better fit their schedule. With the new setup, participants will be broken into groups based on age and abilities, and people will be paired one-on-one with an instructor as they become familiar with horses, she said. The program’s goal is to have most people riding a horse alone by the end of the week, Smith said. Mark Smith, Laura Smith’s husband, is head instructor. A professional horseman for more than 35 years, he is an instructor in UF’s western equestrian program, is a carded judge with six national breed organizations, and has trained and coached multiple world and national champions. Participants should wear long pants and boots with heel (or sturdy shoes). Registration is $125 per person with a signed assumption of risk/liability release/waiver of all claims form and, if applicable, parental consent form from the park district and the university. Checks should be made payable to Mark Smith. Minimum enrollment is eight and maximum is 24 participants, and registration should be done by Friday, June 2, at 4:30 p.m. at the Hancock Park District, 1424 E. Main Cross St., Findlay. The equestrian complex is located at 11178 Marion Township 201, south of Findlay on Brookside Drive/Marion Township 201, south of Olive Street/Marion Township 204. For more information, call the park district at 419-425-7275 or visit www.hancockparks.com and click on the “What’s New” tab.
New Skills for Frazzled Parents 6:30 pm
New Skills for Frazzled Parents @ Findlay-Hancock County Public Library
Jun 8 @ 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Parents who feel overwhelmed, overworked or frustrated can meet others having a tough time and get help at an upcoming Century Health event. Nancy Stephani, LISW-S, will present a video titled “New Skills for Frazzled Parents,” and encourage discussion on a variety of parenting trials. All caregivers of children are welcome. No registration is required and the program is free. Age-appropriate activities for children will be offered during the screening of the film. The program takes place from 6:30-8 p.m. June 8 at the Findlay-Hancock County Public Library. For more information, contact Ashley Jacobus at 419-425-5050.
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Horseback Riding Program for Beginners 9:30 am
Horseback Riding Program for Beginners @ University of Findlay James L. Child Jr. Equestrian Complex
Jun 9 @ 9:30 am – 5:30 pm
A hands-on horseback riding program for beginners will be held indoors at the University of Findlay’s James L. Child Jr. Equestrian Complex as part of the Hancock Park District’s Leisure Education Initiative. The program is open to youths age 8 and older as well as adults. It runs from Tuesday, June 6, to Saturday, June 10. Session 1 runs from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. and session 2 runs from 2 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. The program will cover basic horse care and safety (feeding, catching a horse in a stall, putting on a halter, leading a horse, and grooming); basic tacking up and riding skills (mounting, dismounting, walking, stopping, guiding, jogging, and loping); bathing the horse; cleaning the saddle; and an advanced riding demonstration, at which time other styles of riding will be covered. In previous years, instruction for adults was held in the evening. Laura Smith, a horseback riding program instructor and administrator, said adults have the opportunity to take daytime classes this year after several people said it would better fit their schedule. With the new setup, participants will be broken into groups based on age and abilities, and people will be paired one-on-one with an instructor as they become familiar with horses, she said. The program’s goal is to have most people riding a horse alone by the end of the week, Smith said. Mark Smith, Laura Smith’s husband, is head instructor. A professional horseman for more than 35 years, he is an instructor in UF’s western equestrian program, is a carded judge with six national breed organizations, and has trained and coached multiple world and national champions. Participants should wear long pants and boots with heel (or sturdy shoes). Registration is $125 per person with a signed assumption of risk/liability release/waiver of all claims form and, if applicable, parental consent form from the park district and the university. Checks should be made payable to Mark Smith. Minimum enrollment is eight and maximum is 24 participants, and registration should be done by Friday, June 2, at 4:30 p.m. at the Hancock Park District, 1424 E. Main Cross St., Findlay. The equestrian complex is located at 11178 Marion Township 201, south of Findlay on Brookside Drive/Marion Township 201, south of Olive Street/Marion Township 204. For more information, call the park district at 419-425-7275 or visit www.hancockparks.com and click on the “What’s New” tab.
Rally in the Alley 5:00 pm
Rally in the Alley
Jun 9 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The Rally in the Alley outdoor musical event series marks its 25th anniversary. The public is invited to enjoy music and food free of charge in downtown Findlay’s Latham Courtyard on the 500 block of South Main Street. The events run Fridays from 5 to 8 p.m. This summer’s schedule is as follows: June 9: Willful Blindness; food provided by Shirley’s Gourmet Popcorn Company June 16: The Reunion Band; food provided by Legends Steakhouse & Sports Bar June 23: The Athen Ry; food provided by Jimmy John’s July 7: The Hipnotix; food provided by Hot Head Burrito July 14: Big Red Deluxe; food provided by City Barbecue July 21: Reese Dailey Band; food provided by Fern Cafe will provide food. July 28: High Impact; food provided by Domino’s Aug. 4: Jeff Tucker Band; food provided by The Greek Garden Aug. 11: Loose Cannons Band featuring Kahuna’s All-Star Band; food provided by City Barbecue Aug. 18: Tongue ‘n Groove; food provided by Hot Head Burrito
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Horseback Riding Program for Beginners 9:30 am
Horseback Riding Program for Beginners @ University of Findlay James L. Child Jr. Equestrian Complex
Jun 10 @ 9:30 am – 5:30 pm
A hands-on horseback riding program for beginners will be held indoors at the University of Findlay’s James L. Child Jr. Equestrian Complex as part of the Hancock Park District’s Leisure Education Initiative. The program is open to youths age 8 and older as well as adults. It runs from Tuesday, June 6, to Saturday, June 10. Session 1 runs from 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. and session 2 runs from 2 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. The program will cover basic horse care and safety (feeding, catching a horse in a stall, putting on a halter, leading a horse, and grooming); basic tacking up and riding skills (mounting, dismounting, walking, stopping, guiding, jogging, and loping); bathing the horse; cleaning the saddle; and an advanced riding demonstration, at which time other styles of riding will be covered. In previous years, instruction for adults was held in the evening. Laura Smith, a horseback riding program instructor and administrator, said adults have the opportunity to take daytime classes this year after several people said it would better fit their schedule. With the new setup, participants will be broken into groups based on age and abilities, and people will be paired one-on-one with an instructor as they become familiar with horses, she said. The program’s goal is to have most people riding a horse alone by the end of the week, Smith said. Mark Smith, Laura Smith’s husband, is head instructor. A professional horseman for more than 35 years, he is an instructor in UF’s western equestrian program, is a carded judge with six national breed organizations, and has trained and coached multiple world and national champions. Participants should wear long pants and boots with heel (or sturdy shoes). Registration is $125 per person with a signed assumption of risk/liability release/waiver of all claims form and, if applicable, parental consent form from the park district and the university. Checks should be made payable to Mark Smith. Minimum enrollment is eight and maximum is 24 participants, and registration should be done by Friday, June 2, at 4:30 p.m. at the Hancock Park District, 1424 E. Main Cross St., Findlay. The equestrian complex is located at 11178 Marion Township 201, south of Findlay on Brookside Drive/Marion Township 201, south of Olive Street/Marion Township 204. For more information, call the park district at 419-425-7275 or visit www.hancockparks.com and click on the “What’s New” tab.
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Full Sound Chamber Group 4:00 pm
Full Sound Chamber Group @ Trinity Episcopal Church
Jun 11 @ 4:00 pm
The Full Sound Chamber Group will bring its string sounds back to Findlay for a free concert at Trinity Episcopal Church, 128 W. Hardin St., at 4 p.m. Sunday, June 11. The program, “Music for Strings and Keyboard: a varied selection of yesteryear’s masterworks,” will feature a tuneful baroque selection by Wassenaer; a rendition of the ragtime favorite “Maple Leaf Rag” by Scott Joplin; and other songs by Schmeidler and Glinka. The Full Sound Chamber Group consists of five brothers: Shalem Loritsch, violin; Chesed Loritsch, violin; Chayah Loritsch, viola and piano; Racham Loritsch, cello; Tsidqah Loritsch, double-bass and piano. The group has been performing together for six years, and all of the brothers perform in the Ohio Northern University Symphony Orchestra and the Central Ohio Symphony Orchestra in Delaware. For more information, reach Catherine Loritsch at 937-844-1300 or by email at schedule@fullsoundchambergroup.com; or visit www.fullsoundchambergroup.com.
Fostoria Community Band 7:30 pm
Fostoria Community Band @ Hedges-Boyer Park
Jun 11 @ 7:30 pm – 8:30 pm
The Fostoria Community Band will present four outdoor concerts in June. The schedule includes: June 11, Hedges-Boyer Park, Tiffin, 7:30 p.m.; June 14, Findlay’s Riverside Park, 7 p.m.; June 25, Foundation Park, Fostoria, 7:30 p.m.; and June 28, Spiegel Grove, Fremont, 7 p.m. The band is comprised of 45 musicians from Fostoria and the surrounding area. Much of the concert will depict the American spirit and will also include movie music, patriotic tunes and marches. A tuba ensemble from the band will also play several songs.
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Disney Flops Movie Marathon 4:00 pm
Disney Flops Movie Marathon @ Bluffton Public Library
Jun 13 @ 4:00 pm
The Bluffton Public Library will host a Disney Flops Movie Marathon for teens from noon to 4 p.m. June 13. All participants are welcome to bring a sleeping bag and wear comfortable clothes. A pizza lunch will be provided. Registration is required by contacting the library at 419-358-5016.
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Y-PAC Grand Opening 4:30 pm
Y-PAC Grand Opening @ Findlay Family YMCA
Jun 15 @ 4:30 pm
The grand opening of the YMCA’s new Y-PAC will be held at 4:30 p.m. June 15 at the main branch, 300 E. Lincoln St. Y-PAC is a dedicated space for youth ages 8-13 that features state-of-the-art physical activity equipment including exerbikes, 3 kick, T-Wall and a bouldering climbing wall. Y-PAC is part of the Y’s initiative to prevent youth obesity. For more information, contact Stephanie Parsons at 419-422-4424.
Sophie the Pig at Bluffton Public Library 6:00 pm
Sophie the Pig at Bluffton Public Library @ Bluffton Public Library
Jun 15 @ 6:00 pm
Visitors to the Bluffton Public Library will get a chance to meet Sophie the Pig from the Quarry Farm at 6 p.m. June 15. Participants will learn how to make their yard a wildlife habitat, as well as create a walking stick. Call the library at 419-358-5016 by June 9 to register.
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Rally in the Alley 5:00 pm
Rally in the Alley
Jun 16 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The Rally in the Alley outdoor musical event series marks its 25th anniversary. The public is invited to enjoy music and food free of charge in downtown Findlay’s Latham Courtyard on the 500 block of South Main Street. The events run Fridays from 5 to 8 p.m. This summer’s schedule is as follows: June 9: Willful Blindness; food provided by Shirley’s Gourmet Popcorn Company June 16: The Reunion Band; food provided by Legends Steakhouse & Sports Bar June 23: The Athen Ry; food provided by Jimmy John’s July 7: The Hipnotix; food provided by Hot Head Burrito July 14: Big Red Deluxe; food provided by City Barbecue July 21: Reese Dailey Band; food provided by Fern Cafe will provide food. July 28: High Impact; food provided by Domino’s Aug. 4: Jeff Tucker Band; food provided by The Greek Garden Aug. 11: Loose Cannons Band featuring Kahuna’s All-Star Band; food provided by City Barbecue Aug. 18: Tongue ‘n Groove; food provided by Hot Head Burrito
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Classic Memories 9:00 am
Classic Memories @ Owens Community College
Jun 17 @ 9:00 am – 3:00 pm
Flag City Classics car club is gearing up for its 12th annual “Classic Memories” car show. All proceeds from the show will be distributed among five charities: Hope House, City Mission, Christian Clearing House, CHOPIN Hall and Bridge Hospice. The show will feature music, kids’ activities, door prizes, raffles and participant voting for trophies. Food vendor will be Miller’s Meats of Findlay. Participants will be classed by year of vehicle and each class will have two trophy winners. There will also be a best-of-show award and sponsor awards. The show is open to all makes, models and years of cars and trucks. Non-food vendor spaces are also available. Spectators are free, with donation containers available. Car registration is $15.
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Mornings With Mommy Summer Play Dates 9:30 am
Mornings With Mommy Summer Play Dates @ Jenera Community Park
Jun 19 @ 9:30 am
Summer play dates through Trinity Jenera’s Mornings With Mommy program will be held at the Jenera Community Park, south of the village on Ohio 698, on the first and third Mondays of June, July and August. Beginning at 9:30 a.m., parents, grandparents and caregivers may bring children of any age to enjoy playing outside with other children while the adults visit.
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Fifth Third Bank Courtyard Concert Series 11:30 am
Fifth Third Bank Courtyard Concert Series @ Latham Courtyard
Jun 20 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
The Arts Partnership is giving Findlay the opportunity to take Tuesday lunches outside in the summer with Fifth Third Bank’s Courtyard Concert Series. Courtyard Concerts are held from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesdays from June 20 through Aug. 15 in Latham Courtyard located at 510 S. Main St. Local musicians are paired with a local restaurant which offers lunch options. Concert admission is free, food prices are often $7 but may vary with the vendor. There will be no July 4 concert in observance of the holiday. The Courtyard Concert Series is sponsored by Fifth Third Bank, Spectrum Eye Care, The Courier, WKXA, WFIN, 106.3 The Fox, Flag City Title Agency, Hancock County Convention and Visitors Bureau, Heck Rentals, Ohio Arts Council and Dean Sound. Scheduled performances include: June 20: The Two of Us, food by AJ’s Heavenly Pizza June 27: Eric Sowers, food by Cedar Valley July 11: Scott Parnell, food by Stix Restaurant July 18: The 732 Electric Duo, food by The Wine Merchant July 25: Findlay High School Pantasia, food by Bistro on Main Aug. 1: James Adkins, food by Main Street Deli Aug. 8: Ryan Parker, food by We Serve. Coffee Aug. 15: Scott Duress and Sean Farmer, food by The Gathering
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Breakfast and Books 9:30 am
Breakfast and Books @ Lindamood Room at Findlay-Hancock County Public Library
Jun 21 @ 9:30 am – 11:30 am
“Breakfast and Books” for sixth- through 12th-grades will be held June 21 from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. in the Lindamood Room of the Findlay-Hancock County Public Library. Pancakes will be served. Pajamas are optional and participants should bring a book. No registration is required.
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Matthew Ball 11:00 am
Matthew Ball @ Ada Community Health Professionals Building
Jun 22 @ 11:00 am – 12:00 pm
Ada Public Library welcomes pianist Matthew Ball, also known as the Motor City Boogie Woogie Kid. The attorney turned musician has more than 3.8 million YouTube views and boasts a repertoire that spans symphony, jazz and blues. His family friendly program features acrobatic piano favorites like “In the Mood,” “Glory of Love,” “Basin Street Blues,” “The Entertainer,” “Ain’t Misbehavin'” and “Bumble Boogie.”
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Library Movie: “Hidden Figures” 1:00 pm
Library Movie: “Hidden Figures” @ Forest-Jackson Public Library
Jun 23 @ 1:00 pm
The movie “Hidden Figures” will be shown at 1 p.m. June 23 in Forest-Jackson Public Library. Popcorn and a drink will be available for a donation.
Rally in the Alley 5:00 pm
Rally in the Alley
Jun 23 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
The Rally in the Alley outdoor musical event series marks its 25th anniversary. The public is invited to enjoy music and food free of charge in downtown Findlay’s Latham Courtyard on the 500 block of South Main Street. The events run Fridays from 5 to 8 p.m. This summer’s schedule is as follows: June 9: Willful Blindness; food provided by Shirley’s Gourmet Popcorn Company June 16: The Reunion Band; food provided by Legends Steakhouse & Sports Bar June 23: The Athen Ry; food provided by Jimmy John’s July 7: The Hipnotix; food provided by Hot Head Burrito July 14: Big Red Deluxe; food provided by City Barbecue July 21: Reese Dailey Band; food provided by Fern Cafe will provide food. July 28: High Impact; food provided by Domino’s Aug. 4: Jeff Tucker Band; food provided by The Greek Garden Aug. 11: Loose Cannons Band featuring Kahuna’s All-Star Band; food provided by City Barbecue Aug. 18: Tongue ‘n Groove; food provided by Hot Head Burrito
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Fifth Third Bank Courtyard Concert Series 11:30 am
Fifth Third Bank Courtyard Concert Series @ Latham Courtyard
Jun 27 @ 11:30 am – 1:00 pm
The Arts Partnership is giving Findlay the opportunity to take Tuesday lunches outside in the summer with Fifth Third Bank’s Courtyard Concert Series. Courtyard Concerts are held from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesdays from June 20 through Aug. 15 in Latham Courtyard located at 510 S. Main St. Local musicians are paired with a local restaurant which offers lunch options. Concert admission is free, food prices are often $7 but may vary with the vendor. There will be no July 4 concert in observance of the holiday. The Courtyard Concert Series is sponsored by Fifth Third Bank, Spectrum Eye Care, The Courier, WKXA, WFIN, 106.3 The Fox, Flag City Title Agency, Hancock County Convention and Visitors Bureau, Heck Rentals, Ohio Arts Council and Dean Sound. Scheduled performances include: June 20: The Two of Us, food by AJ’s Heavenly Pizza June 27: Eric Sowers, food by Cedar Valley July 11: Scott Parnell, food by Stix Restaurant July 18: The 732 Electric Duo, food by The Wine Merchant July 25: Findlay High School Pantasia, food by Bistro on Main Aug. 1: James Adkins, food by Main Street Deli Aug. 8: Ryan Parker, food by We Serve. Coffee Aug. 15: Scott Duress and Sean Farmer, food by The Gathering
Teen Movie and T-Shirt Bleaching Program 5:00 pm
Teen Movie and T-Shirt Bleaching Program @ Lindamood Room at Findlay-Hancock County Public Library
Jun 27 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Teenagers in sixth through 12th grades can watch “The Day After Tomorrow” and bleach shirts at the Findlay-Hancock County Public Library from 5 to 8 p.m. June 27 in the Lindamood Room. Teens should bring a black 100 percent cotton shirt. No registration is required. For more information, visit www.findlaylibrary.org or call 419-422-1712.
McComb Public Library Family Night 6:30 pm
McComb Public Library Family Night @ McComb Public Library
Jun 27 @ 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm
The McComb Public Library will host Family Night from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Tuesday. A construction crane courtesy of Grubb Construction and farm equipment from Mark and Rita Newcomer will be on hand for viewing. Therapy dog Ike will also visit. Families can work on a Lowes’ “Build It” kit, get a removable tattoo and enjoy refreshments. No registration is required.
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Bluffton Townhall Concert Series: Lalo Cura 7:30 pm
Bluffton Townhall Concert Series: Lalo Cura @ Bluffton Town Hall
Jun 30 @ 7:30 pm
Spanish rock band Lalo Cura from Goshen, Indiana, will perform an acoustic set for the Bluffton Townhall Concert Series this month. The concert will be held June 30, with doors opening at 6:30 p.m. and the show starting at 7:30. Donations collected will go directly toward paying the band.

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