May
25
Fri
Johnny Appleseed Park District Weed Pulling Events
May 25 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Community members are invited to help Johnny Appleseed Park District save native flowers from garlic mustard, an invasive weed from Europe.

Pulling events are held from 9 a.m. to noon every Monday, Wednesday and Friday through April and May beginning at Kendrick Woods, then moving on to Hermon Woods, Teddy Bear, Lippincott Bird Sanctuary and Heritage Park.

Anyone who would like to help should contact Anne Smedley at 419-221-1232 or ASmedley@jampd.com. Volunteers with sturdy woven plastic bags to hold the pulled mustard are asked to bring them along or donate them at the park office.

May
28
Mon
Johnny Appleseed Park District Weed Pulling Events
May 28 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Community members are invited to help Johnny Appleseed Park District save native flowers from garlic mustard, an invasive weed from Europe.

Pulling events are held from 9 a.m. to noon every Monday, Wednesday and Friday through April and May beginning at Kendrick Woods, then moving on to Hermon Woods, Teddy Bear, Lippincott Bird Sanctuary and Heritage Park.

Anyone who would like to help should contact Anne Smedley at 419-221-1232 or ASmedley@jampd.com. Volunteers with sturdy woven plastic bags to hold the pulled mustard are asked to bring them along or donate them at the park office.

Wyandot County Equine Rescue Horsemanship Clinic @ Wyandot County Equine Rescue
May 28 @ 9:00 am – 5:00 pm

The Wyandot County Equine Rescue will host its annual horsemanship clinic from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. May 28 at its facility at 4658 Ohio 199, Carey.

The speaker will be Hannah Campbell Zapletal, a certified instructor who uses a variety of horsemanship techniques. The cost is $30 to observe or $50 to participate. Proceeds benefit the rescue group.

Call 419-294-4477 to register.

May
30
Wed
Johnny Appleseed Park District Weed Pulling Events
May 30 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Community members are invited to help Johnny Appleseed Park District save native flowers from garlic mustard, an invasive weed from Europe.

Pulling events are held from 9 a.m. to noon every Monday, Wednesday and Friday through April and May beginning at Kendrick Woods, then moving on to Hermon Woods, Teddy Bear, Lippincott Bird Sanctuary and Heritage Park.

Anyone who would like to help should contact Anne Smedley at 419-221-1232 or ASmedley@jampd.com. Volunteers with sturdy woven plastic bags to hold the pulled mustard are asked to bring them along or donate them at the park office.

Jun
26
Tue
Farm Camp @ Hancock Historical Museum
Jun 26 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Children ages 7 to 12 are invited to explore Hancock County’s farming roots at Farm Camp, where they will learn the science behind soil and water, plant and tend a garden, learn the different uses of homegrown herbs, prepare and enjoy basic farm-to-table cooking, meet some of the animals on the farm, and raise their own barn. They will also visit two Hancock County farms to learn more about what life was like on the farm 100 years ago, and what it’s like today. Findlay City Schools educators will serve as facilitators. Space is limited and reservations must be received by June 20.

Jun
27
Wed
Farm Camp @ Hancock Historical Museum
Jun 27 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Children ages 7 to 12 are invited to explore Hancock County’s farming roots at Farm Camp, where they will learn the science behind soil and water, plant and tend a garden, learn the different uses of homegrown herbs, prepare and enjoy basic farm-to-table cooking, meet some of the animals on the farm, and raise their own barn. They will also visit two Hancock County farms to learn more about what life was like on the farm 100 years ago, and what it’s like today. Findlay City Schools educators will serve as facilitators. Space is limited and reservations must be received by June 20.

Jun
28
Thu
Farm Camp @ Hancock Historical Museum
Jun 28 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Children ages 7 to 12 are invited to explore Hancock County’s farming roots at Farm Camp, where they will learn the science behind soil and water, plant and tend a garden, learn the different uses of homegrown herbs, prepare and enjoy basic farm-to-table cooking, meet some of the animals on the farm, and raise their own barn. They will also visit two Hancock County farms to learn more about what life was like on the farm 100 years ago, and what it’s like today. Findlay City Schools educators will serve as facilitators. Space is limited and reservations must be received by June 20.

Jun
29
Fri
Farm Camp @ Hancock Historical Museum
Jun 29 @ 9:00 am – 12:00 pm

Children ages 7 to 12 are invited to explore Hancock County’s farming roots at Farm Camp, where they will learn the science behind soil and water, plant and tend a garden, learn the different uses of homegrown herbs, prepare and enjoy basic farm-to-table cooking, meet some of the animals on the farm, and raise their own barn. They will also visit two Hancock County farms to learn more about what life was like on the farm 100 years ago, and what it’s like today. Findlay City Schools educators will serve as facilitators. Space is limited and reservations must be received by June 20.

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