Weekend: ‘Much Ado About Nothing’

Come join the Fort Findlay Playhouse to celebrate the end of an era. It has been 30 years since FFP has produced a Shakespeare play, and that will end this February as “Much Ado About Nothing” is presented February 18-21 and 25-27. The hilarious comedy set in Messina...

Weekend: ‘Smile: The Musical’

Follow the fictional story of a beauty pageant via the University of Findlay’s production of “Smile: The Musical,” to be staged Wednesday through Sunday, Feb. 17-21, at the John & Hester Powell Grimm Theatre in the Frank J. Egner Center for the Performing...

Weekend: Beer, Bites and Blues

Join The Center for Safe & Healthy Children and The Gathering for a Beer, Bites and Blues festival. Come to The Gathering, located at 113 E. Main Cross St., on Saturday, Feb. 20, for an exciting evening of live music and complimentary food from The Gathering. The Center for...

Weekend Doctor

By COLLEEN ABRAMS The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention announced on Feb. 1 that flu season is underway. So far, it has been milder than previous years, but the government heeds caution to all. Most states, including Ohio, have been reporting minimal flu activity, while...

Weekend: Get Out!

Events OLDE STARK ANTIQUE FAIRE Feb. 14 The Olde Stark Antique Faire is a large indoor show featuring more than 100 dealers and collectors. Antiques sold include furniture, pottery, porcelain, crystal, clocks, quilts, linens, lamps, home decor, postcards, old toys and dolls,...

Weekend: Show your heart a little love this month

By EMILY KIROUAC February is national Heart Health Month and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States. This equates to approximately 610,000 people, or 1 in 4, dying because of heart disease. Key risk...

Artist halts Easter sand sculptures

By MAX FILBY STAFF WRITER Roger Powell will no longer mold piles of sand into Easter sculptures at the Hancock County Fairgrounds. Powell, a Findlay landscape designer and artist, announced on his website that he is finished putting together the “On Common Ground”...

Police, citizens trade ideas at first ‘Coffee with a Cop’

By ALLISON REAMER STAFF WRITER Attendance may have been slim during the first “Coffee with a Cop” session on Friday, but discussions between law enforcement and citizens were constructive. “Coffee with a Cop” was hosted by the Findlay Police Department and...
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