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Bilingual story times are scheduled at the Putnam County District Library in Ottawa and the Leipsic Edwards-Gamper Memorial location.
Sessions will be held at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in Ottawa and 10 a.m. Thursday in Leipsic. In April, story times will be offered at 6:30 p.m. April 25 in Ottawa, and 10 a.m. April 27 in Leipsic.
Activities include reading children’s books in Spanish and English, crafts and snacks.
The City of Findlay Recreation Department is starting an in-house youth lacrosse league for this spring.
The league is for boys and girls ages 4-18. Practices will begin April 18 and continue on Tuesday and Thursday nights through June 1. All practices will take place at Emory Adams Park on the east side, across the foot bridge.
Registration is $25 for children under 6 and $45 for ages 7-18.
Register by Friday to ensure a free T-shirt. Call 419-424-7176.
Michael “Chick” Padula will be honored at the upcoming United Way of Hancock County annual meeting at 6:30 p.m. April 27 at the Hilton Garden Inn. The event is open to the public and costs $30 per person, or $240 for a table of eight. Registration is available by calling the United Way office at 419-423-1432 or online at http://LiveUnitedHancockCounty.org/events/calendar.
The Findlay Art League will present Dance Night every Thursday, beginning this evening, led by Ashley Donaldson.
The night begins with a 7 p.m. lesson, followed by dancing until 8:30. Those attending are requested to arrive by 6:45 p.m. to register.
No partner is required, and no experience is necessary. All styles of music and modern jive dancing will be explored.
Cost is $8 per person, but there will be a discount for people buying multiple entries ahead of time (6 for $42, 10/$70). The Findlay Art League is located at 117 W. Crawford St.
St. Paul’s United Methodist Church, 218 E. Sandusky St., will host a Life Tree Cafe discussion at 7 p.m. Thursday.
This week’s program is called “Class Warfare: The Unending Struggle for Equality.”
Life Tree Cafe meets weekly to address tough questions in life. The public is invited to attend.
Visit www.stpaulsfindlay.org, www.lifetreecafe.com or facebook.com/lifetreecafefindlay for more information.
The Fort Findlay Playhouse will present the zany comedy “Boeing Boeing” on April 20-23 and April 27-29.
Evening performances start promptly at 8 p.m., and Sunday matinees will start at 5 p.m. Unsold seats will be available on a cash-only basis at the door 30 minutes before curtain time.
The French farce adapted for the American stage was written by Marc Camoletti and received a Tony Award for Best Revival in 2008. It was also a popular movie starring Tony Curtis and Jerry Lewis in 1965.
Set in the swinging sixties, it tells the story of self-styled Parisian lothario Bernard (m James Foust) who, like having a girl in every port, has a fiancee in three different cities.
Balancing the three lovely ladies takes some skill, but Bernard pulls it off for a while as all three are flight attendants with different layover times. But with one unexpected switch in schedules and the faster new Boeing jet, Gabrielle (Megan Meyer), Gloria (Laurie Dye) and Gretchen (Casey Wurm) all end up in Bernard’s apartment on the same day, with Berthe the housekeeper (Sarah Olesky) to greet them there.
Bernard’s old school chum Robert (Wes Taylor) tries to help, but with Robert forgetting which lie he told to which girl, catastrophe and comedy ensue.
Tickets go on sale to the public Monday for $12 each. They can be purchased through www.fortfindlayplayhouse.org, by phone at 567-525-3636 or in person at the Playhouse box office, 300 W. Sandusky St. Reservations must be paid at the time of ordering tickets. Phone reservations can be paid with Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express and can be sent by email to print at home or display on a mobile device.
The show is produced in association with Samuel French.
Good Shepherd United Methodist Church will hold a rummage sale Friday and April 29 in the fellowship hall, 119 W. Main St., Benton Ridge. Sales will be donation only, and proceeds will benefit the student ministry’s mission trip to Kentucky. Sale hours are 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. both days.
The Women of the ELCA from First Lutheran Church, 109 E. Lincoln St., will hold its annual spring rummage sale from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and 9 a.m. to noon April 29. Proceeds will be divided among the following charities: The Boot Project in Hancock County, St. Jude Children’s Hospital and the ELCA General Campaign. Sponsorship is provided by Thrivent Financial.
St. Andrew’s United Methodist Church, 120 W. Sandusky St., will host a rummage sale from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday and 9-11:30 a.m. April 29. The sale will include clothing and accessories, kitchen items, linens, office supplies, home décor, holiday items, sports equipment, children’s clothing and toys. On April 29, shoppers may fill a bag for $2.
The annual Hancock County Retired Teachers Association Scholarship Luncheon will be held at noon April 28 at Salem Cass United Methodist Church, 4699 County Road 236.
Five $1,000 scholarships are being awarded to five students who will be entering the education field in college.
A $10 catered lunch will be served. All retired teachers who have taught in or who currently live in Hancock County are invited. To make a reservation, contact Jim Baughman at firstname.lastname@example.org or 419-422-6061.