EXPLORING LIFE'S CHANGES, TIFFIN
Community Hospice Care of Tiffin and Hospice of Wyandot County are teaming up to bring you "Exploring Life's Changes" summer grief camp, June 18th-21st. A group of professionals and trained volunteers will lead individuals and groups in activities designed to help kids express themselves, process their feelings as they relate to their loss, and develop coping skills, all while having fun! Snacks and lunch are provided. Day Camp is for anyone ages 5-15 who has experienced a significant loss. There is a $15 fee to help cover camp costs, however tuition assistance is available. For times and more information call Pam Tiell at Community Hospice Care at 419-447-4040.
HPD Plein Air: Art in the Outdoors
Riverdend Recreation Area, Big Oaks Parking Area, Findlay - Artist are welcome to meet monthly to paint or draw in their chosen medium in the company of other artists to hone their skills while finding inspiration in the parks iwth volunteer Sharon Hammer-Baker. Please bring your own painting/drawing supplies. You may want to bring an easel, folding chair, hat, insect repellent, sunscreen, and water. Artists may attend one or all sessions in the series.
FOREST, OHIO - VFW FISH FRY
The Forest VFW will be having an all you can eat fish fry and chicken strip supper Friday, June 21st from 5-7pm. Donation requested is $8 per adult and children 12 and under $4, under 2 are free. Tickets available at the door. This is open to the public and carry out is available. All proceeds benefit the scholarship fund.
RALLY IN THE ALLEY, FINDLAY
Heidelberg University Alumni Weekend
Heidelberg Campus 419.448.2028 for more information
Planetarium Night: Zoo in the Sky Costume Party
Oakwoods Nature Preserve, Discovery Center, Findlay - Kids put on your favorite animal costume and come on out to the park. We'll look at the stars seeking out animal constellations. Cookies and punch after the show. Participants should be at least 5 years of age and older. Participants must sit on floor. Ask about handicap accessibility. No fee, but register by Thursday, June 20th by calling the Hancock Park District office at 419-425-7275.