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Community Events

 

Going on now through October 31st – An Unnatural History Game at the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Library & Museums. This exhibit examines Native American Legends and Stories of the Grassman, the Dogman of Defiance, and other creatures. It’s also featuring artwork by Dan Chudzinski curator of the Mazza Museum at the University of Findlay. You can also create your own mythical creature through a game available on their website.

 

The Stuff the Bus Erie County Committee is asking for the community’s assistance to help provide hundreds of backpacks and school supplies to students within our local school districts. The program has expanded this year to include students in Kindergarten through 8th grade. Businesses can also support this effort by becoming a drop-off location. Supply donations as well as monetary donations are accepted. The campaign will continue until August 2nd.

For more information, call Heather Gilchrist at 419-625-9025 or visit vlfcu.org.

 

The Norwalk Arts Center is inviting you to help with their renovation efforts for the Norwalk Theatre. They are offering a Winner’s Choice raffle with prize destinations of the Tennessee Whiskey Adventure, Broadway in Chicago, Key West, or NASCAR driver for a day. Raffle tickets are $20, or 3 for $50 dollars. The winner will be drawn Saturday August 7th at the conclusion of their Murder Mystery Dinner Theatre. Tickets are on sale now.

Visit norwalkartscenter.org for more information.

 

The Erie County Board of Developmental Disabilities is in need of care providers and they are asking the community for caring individuals to become direct service professionals. In doing so, you can play a meaningful role in the lives of those with disabilities. For more information about becoming a care provider, please call the board at 419-626-0208 or visit their website.

 

Going on now through August 13th – Submissions are accepted for 419 SINGS. The Marathon Center for the Performing Arts and United Way of Hancock County are inviting vocalists and bands from the 419-area code to submit a short sample of their music for a chance to participate in the 419 Sings virtual talent competition sponsored by First National Bank. For more information, or to submit, go to LiveUnitedHancockCounty.org/419sings.

 

Going on every month, now through December 2022. The Huron County Veteran Service Commission is offering any Huron County veteran, surviving spouse, Gold Star families, and a guest free admission and transportation to the National Veterans Memorial and Museum in Columbus. The trips are on the second Wednesday of every month. Reservations must be made by calling 419-668-4150.

 

July 2021

 

Friday 30th – Its Music & Movement at the Norwalk Public Library! Music & Movement is every other Friday at 11am. Shake, shimmy, spin, and twirl with the children’s librarians. Through song and dance kids between the ages of 2 and 5 are encouraged to get silly and let that energy out. Registration is required. Stop by the desk or call 419-668-6063 to reserve your spot.

 

Friday 30th – The North Coast Young Professionals are hosting YP Week 2021! Today’s events: Coffee Chat Your Image in the Workplace at 9am at 1826 Photographic and the Regional Mixer Toasty at Twin Oast. Open to all individuals under the age of 45 who work or reside in the Lake Erie Shores and Islands region. Focused on providing the opportunity to network, learn, and socialize in a relaxed and professional environment

For more information, visit the North Coast Young Professionals Facebook page.

 

Friday 30th – The Christian Singles Fellowship is having a Bike & Bible Night at 6:15pm, with meet up at Karson’s home. Barbeque chicken will be provided. Bring a dish, salad or dessert, pop and the kids for some physical & spiritual exercise.

For more information, call Karson at 419-433-0085.

 

Friday 30th – It’s the last day to submit artwork or photos to the Huron Public Library’s online Community Art Gallery Contest. Create some artwork or photography with the theme: Tails & Tales. Artwork should be submitted online.

For more information, visit huronlibrary.org or call 419-433-5009.

 

Friday 30th – It’s the Remember Cruisin’ Car Club Car Show! Going on from 4pm until 8:30pm, come see this charity car show in the beautiful downtown Sandusky parks. The event will feature a 50/50 drawing, dash plaques for the first 100 cars, trophies, cash door prizes and more. There is a charge to enter the show, and each show will have a sponsor and a beneficiary.

 

Friday 30th and Saturday 31st – Brownhelm Historical Association presenting Grandma’s Attic Sale from 9am until 3pm at the Historic Brownhelm School in Vermilion. Come check out a mix of items including vintage cake stands, glassware, and dishes. All proceeds from the sale go towards the restoration and maintenance of the Historic Brownhelm School.

 

Saturday 31st – The North Coast Young Professionals are hosting YP Week 2021! Today’s events: Paint, Plant, Play from 8am until 12pm at the Sandusky Market and a Regional Mixer at the Sandy Ridge Winery. Open to all individuals under the age of 45 who work or reside in the Lake Erie Shores and Islands region. Focused on providing the opportunity to network, learn, and socialize in a relaxed and professional environment

For more information, visit the North Coast Young Professionals Facebook page.

 

Saturday 31st – The Sandusky Library is hosting their Saturday Stories at 11am. Listen to a picture book LIVE. Programs are available on Facebook and many of the recordings are also available on YouTube after the event. For more information call 419-625-3834 or go to their Facebook page.

 

Saturday 31st – It’s the Summer Jam at the Huron Boat Basin starting at 6pm presented by K96, WLKR and WLKR Classic! There’ll be live music featuring Colin Dussault’s Blues Project, great food including Steinmetz Giant Perch, GessWho Taco, and Kona Ice. Norwalk Knockerball and Henry’s Shoppe will also be there. And K96 and WLKR will be giving prizes out all night!

 

Saturday 31st – 1st Annual Christmas in July Presented by Outcasts Car Club & Animal House Sober Club! It’ll be in Central Park in Bellevue from 3pm until 7pm. Featuring Kids games, car show, food vendors, live music and much more! They will also be collecting toys for Christmas 2021 & hosting a corn hole tournament with a toy buy in.

 

Saturday 31st – Vermilion’s All Washed Up Driftwood Contest Returns. Featuring artwork made from driftwood, this event drew more than 50 artists and 800 visitors in 2019. It’ll be from 10am until 3pm in Exchange Park in downtown Vermilion. The event is hosted by the Vermilion Arts Guild and will also have a 50/50 raffle and chances to win the artworks. There will be prizes for 1st place, runner up and honorable mention.

 

Saturday 31st – It’s the Sandusky Farmers Market! Enjoy fresh, local produce, food trucks, fresh flowers, handmade, home-grown, local farmers, bakers, artisans and crafters, plants and more. Every Saturday June through October from 8am to 12pm in downtown Sandusky. Sponsored by Firelands Regional Medical Center.

 

Saturday 31st – Join the American Red Cross in the Spirit of football! Stop out at the Sandusky Mall for the annual Cleveland Browns Blood Drive from 11am to 4pm in Center Court. Every donor receives a Browns T-Shirt and a chance to win Browns Memorabilia. Call the Red Cross for an appointment or visit Sandusky-mall.com for more information.

 

August 2021

 

Sunday 1st – The North Coast Young Professionals are hosting YP Week 2021! Today’s events: Mindfulness Yoga at 10am at the Sandusky Jackson Street Pier and Brunch at Moseley’s Public House from 11am until 1pm. Open to all individuals under the age of 45 who work or reside in the Lake Erie Shores and Islands region. Focused on providing the opportunity to network, learn, and socialize in a relaxed and professional environment

For more information, visit the North Coast Young Professionals Facebook page.

 

Sunday 1st – Norwalk’s historic Woodlawn Cemetery is offering its free guided walking tours again this year. Starting at 1pm at the public mausoleum on Woodlawn Avenue near the main entrance. Local historian Henry Timman will be leading the tours.

For more information, contact Mr. Timman at 419-668-1122.

 

Sunday 1st – The Sunday Farmers Market in Downtown Port Clinton is every other Sunday through October 10th from 9am-2pm behind the Meals on Madison Stage. Come Eat, Shop, Drink, & Play in Port Clinton!

 

Monday 2nd – Sandusky Library’s First Chapter Book Club. Listen to the first chapter of a children or teen book LIVE at 3pm. A wide range of authors and genres will be offered to showcase items in the collection. Programs available to Facebook and recordings are also available on YouTube after the event.

 

Monday 2nd – It’s the Sandusky Library’s bedtime story. It’s a new bedtime story each Monday for kids of all ages to enjoy starting at 7pm. Available on Facebook or you can watch a recording on YouTube after the event.

 

Tuesday 3rd – It’s the Movies by the Bay Series at the Sandusky Bay Pavilion with Touch-A-Truck night! Movies start at 7pm. This week’s movie is Cars.

 

Tuesday 3rd – It’s the 2021 Gazebo Concert Series. Concerts will be held in the Washington Park Gazebo, in downtown Sandusky.

This week’s concert is the North Coast Big Band starting at 7pm.

Concerts are free. For more information, contact Susan Sartor at 419-202-9502.

 

Tuesday 3rd – Come join DJ Pitcher as he teaches skateboarding 101, teaching basic tricks and techniques to youths to help them get comfortable on a skateboard. This will be a six-week pilot program every Tuesday from 12:30pm until 1:30pm at the Skate Park on Meigs Street. Participants must bring their own skateboard and are encouraged to wear helmets, elbow and kneepads. Please no open toe shoes. Registration fee is $15.

 

Wednesday 4th – It’s the Dog Days of Summer! Friendship APL of Lorain County is having a meet and greet while also offering on-site adoptions at Kingston of Vermilion from 4pm until 6pm. There will also be raffle baskets, a 50/50, and the Hawaii Shaved Ice Truck. All proceeds from the raffle go to Friendship APL. Kingston of Vermilion, Visiting Angels, Angels Home Health, Hawaii Ice, and Rocky & Lela’s are proud partners for this event.

 

Wednesday 4th – The Huron County Humane Society is hosting BINGO on the first Wednesday of the month at the Norwalk Eagles 711 Hall. Doors open at 4:30pm with early bird bingo at 5:30pm, and regular bingo starting at 6:00pm, there will be cash prizes. Open to the public but participants must be 18 or older.

For more information, please call 419-663-7158.

 

Wednesday 4th – Off Trail with Erie MetroParks. Erie MetroParks is excited to bring you their new podcast “Off Trail.” Enjoy some educational topics and catch a few laughs along the way. Hang out with park naturalists and the marketing guy as Erie MetroParks talks about nature and how it’s connected to your daily lives. Check it out every Wednesday.

 

Wednesday 4th – At the Huron Public Library the Huron Historical Society will be having open hours from 3pm until 5pm. A volunteer will be available to assist with questions and to direct patrons to any appropriate historical materials.

For more information, visit huronlibrary.org or call 419-433-5009.

 

Wednesday 4th – It’s the 32nd Annual Fisher-Titus Foundation Golf Outing at the Eagle Creek Golf Course in Norwalk. Tee times between 9am and 2pm. Your participation helps fund state-of-the-art equipment, technology and renovation for one of the cardiac cath labs at the Snyder/White Heart and Vascular Center.

 

Thursday 5th – Erie MetroParks has created a “Nature Plugged In” Facebook group for adults to learn about what is happening in Erie MetroParks. A weekly video will be uploaded based on topics that you are most interested in. Join the Facebook group by signing up online and help Erie MetroParks create this new online community. For more information go to eriemetroparks.org.

 

Thursday 5th – It’s the Huron Farmer’s Market every Thursday through October 14th. It’ll be at the Huron Boat Basin from 3:30pm until 6:30pm. Sosa’s Taco Bus will be there too. Stop by, shop, eat, and enjoy the community. For more information, go to the Huron Farmer’s Market’s Facebook page.

 

Friday 6th – “Stuff the Bus” collection of school supplies for the Norwalk Catholic and city schools will take place once again this year 7:30am until 4pm at the Norwalk Board of Education office at 134 Benedict Avenue. Help stuff the bus for Norwalk children!

 

Friday 6th – At the Huron Public Library, it’s the last day to submit for the 2021 National Teen Video Challenge. Teens ages 13 through 18 can create a short video that shows a unique interpretation of the 2021 CLSP theme: Tails & Tales. Five winners will receive a $200 cash prize.

For more information, visit huronlibrary.org or call 419-433-5009.

 

Saturday 7th – Pier Pressure free Saturday morning workouts in Downtown Sandusky. Fall victim to Pier Pressure with your community and trainers from local fitness centers every Saturday morning at 8am now through September.

Participants will learn proper stretching, outdoor exercises, and can walk or run at their own pace in downtown Sandusky along the piers overlooking the Sandusky Bay and Lake Erie. Open to all ages, but please no pets.

Preregister at runsignup.com/PierPressure2021

 

Saturday 7th – It’s the 6th annual Chalk It Up event on Main Street in Vermilion! The event will be from 10am until 2pm in Victory Park featuring a display of beautiful chalk creations by local artists. Come out and enjoy some family and kid-friendly interactive opportunities as you watch the streets transform. Call 440-963-0772 or visit MainStreetVermilion.org for more information.

 

Saturday 7th – Western Reserve Schools is having a Stuff the Bus event from 10am until 2pm and the Dollar General on Route 20 in Wakeman.

 

Saturday 7th – The Sandusky Library is hosting their Saturday Stories at 11am. Listen to a picture book LIVE. Programs are available on Facebook and many of the recordings are also available on YouTube after the event. For more information call 419-625-3834 or go to their Facebook page.

 

Saturday 7th – Jason Lindsey, aka Mr. Science, a STEM educator and author will be performing shows throughout the day at the Sandusky Mall. Show times are 11am, 12pm, 1pm, and 2pm. For more information visit Sandusky-mall.com or call 419-626-8575.

 

Saturday 7th – It’s the 28th Annual Port Clinton Chamber of Commerce Classic Car Show. It’ll be on Madison Street in downtown Port Clinton from 10am until 3pm.

For more information, please call 419-734-5503.

 

Saturday 7th – Benefit Dinner to help support Stephanie Wilson. Dinner is at 4pm at the Wakeman Eagles. There will be a 50/50 and basket raffles. Dinner is $15 and includes a BBQ pork sandwich, potato salad, baked beans, macaroni & cheese, and dessert. Cash bar/fountain pop $1. Get your tickets while they last! Contact Melony McIntosh at 419-921-4719

 

Saturday 7th – The 4C’s Preschool is hosting their 15th annual golf outing which is a major fundraiser for the preschool. It’ll be at Millstone Golf Course in New London. Each golfer will receive a door prize and a brochure highlighting all of the donors. They are also asking area businesses for help with door prizes. For more information, please contact Gayle Kovach at 440-653-0439.

 

Saturday 7th – It’s the Sandusky Farmers Market! Enjoy fresh, local produce, food trucks, fresh flowers, handmade, home-grown, local farmers, bakers, artisans and crafters, plants and more. Every Saturday June through October from 8am to 12pm in downtown Sandusky. Sponsored by Firelands Regional Medical Center.

 

Sunday 8th – It’s the 2nd annual Restore Norwalk Community Cookout starting at 2pm at Veteran’s Memorial Lake Park in Norwalk. Featuring live music, kids activities, a street market, a cornhole tournament, food vendors, a silent auction and 50/50s. For more information, check out Restore Norwalk’s Facebook page.

 

Sunday 8th – It’s the Firelands Symphony Orchestra’s Around Town Tour. Due to generous grant funding from the Erie County Community Foundation and the Huron Playhouse Fund for the Arts, all concerts are open to the public with freewill donations accepted.

Samba Joia Percussion Ensemble at the Huron Boat Basin with Arts at the Amphitheatre at 7pm.

For more information, visit firelandssymphony.com.

 

Monday 9th – Sandusky Library’s First Chapter Book Club. Listen to the first chapter of a children or teen book LIVE at 3pm. A wide range of authors and genres will be offered to showcase items in the collection. Programs available to Facebook and recordings are also available on YouTube after the event.

 

Monday 9th – It’s the Sandusky Library’s bedtime story. It’s a new bedtime story each Monday for kids of all ages to enjoy starting at 7pm. Available on Facebook or you can watch a recording on YouTube after the event.

 

Monday 9th – The Norwalk Public Library is excited to bring back its annual End of Summer Reading Party from 11am until 1pm. Families can join in on the fun on the front lawn with water activities, root beer floats, face painting and a balloon artist. Stop by to help celebrate the achievements of the hard-working summer readers!

 

Tuesday 10th – It’s the Movies by the Bay Series at the Jackson Street Pier! Movies start at 7pm. This week’s movie is Moana.

 

Tuesday 10th – It’s the 2021 Gazebo Concert Series. Concerts will be held in the Washington Park Gazebo, in downtown Sandusky.

This week’s concert is the Erie County O.S.U. Alumni Band starting at 7pm.

Concerts are free. For more information, contact Susan Sartor at 419-202-9502.

 

Tuesday 10th – It’s the Huron Public Library’s Tech Video Series Release: How to Use Instagram (online). New Tech Videos are released each month. This video will provide a glimpse at the Library’s Instagram and show you how to use this popular app.

For more information, visit huronlibrary.org or call 419-433-5009.

 

Tuesday 10th – Come join DJ Pitcher as he teaches skateboarding 101, teaching basic tricks and techniques to youths to help them get comfortable on a skateboard. This will be a six-week pilot program every Tuesday from 12:30pm until 1:30pm at the Skate Park on Meigs Street. Participants must bring their own skateboard and are encouraged to wear helmets, elbow and kneepads. Please no open toe shoes. Registration fee is $15.

 

Wednesday 11th – At the Huron Public Library the Huron Historical Society will be having open hours from 3pm until 5pm. A volunteer will be available to assist with questions and to direct patrons to any appropriate historical materials.

For more information, visit huronlibrary.org or call 419-433-5009.

 

Wednesday 11th – Off Trail with Erie MetroParks. Erie MetroParks is excited to bring you their new podcast “Off Trail.” Enjoy some educational topics and catch a few laughs along the way. Hang out with park naturalists and the marketing guy as Erie MetroParks talks about nature and how it’s connected to your daily lives. Check it out every Wednesday.

 

Thursday 12th – It’s the Huron Farmer’s Market every Thursday through October 14th. It’ll be at the Huron Boat Basin from 3:30pm until 6:30pm. Sosa’s Taco Bus will be there too. Stop by, shop, eat, and enjoy the community. For more information, go to the Huron Farmer’s Market’s Facebook page.

 

Thursday 12th – Distribution of school supplies for Norwalk Catholic and city schools will take place at the Norwalk Middle School from 6pm until 8pm for families who have already registered for the supplies. Supplies based upon the grade level will be packed into book bags along with family friendly hygiene items.

 

Thursday 12th – Erie MetroParks has created a “Nature Plugged In” Facebook group for adults to learn about what is happening in Erie MetroParks. A weekly video will be uploaded based on topics that you are most interested in. Join the Facebook group by signing up online and help Erie MetroParks create this new online community. For more information go to eriemetroparks.org.

 

Friday 13th through Sunday 15th – It’s the 22nd Annual All Classics Festival at the Huron Boat Basin. With the antique and classic car show on Saturday from 10am until 4pm. All makes and models of antique and classic cars are welcome in the show. The show itself is free and its $10 to enter a car in the show. For more information, go to LBOA.net.

 

Friday 13th – The Cleveland Family Center for Missing Children & Adults is presenting the First Annual Summer Sizzle Fundraiser. It’ll be from 6pm until 9pm at 2937 West 25th St. in Cleveland. There will be food, entertainment, and raffles with performances by Scott Savol and the International Modern Dance Company Inlet.  Tickets are $100.00 per person and can be purchased online at summersizzle21.givesmart.com.

 

Friday 13th – At the Huron Public Library from 10am until 12pm, there will be free information and health screenings from Firelands Regional Medical Center. This session includes free blood pressure and blood sugar tests and information about breast health for both men and women.

For more information, visit huronlibrary.org or call 419-433-5009.

 

Saturday 14th  Pier Pressure free Saturday morning workouts in Downtown Sandusky. Fall victim to Pier Pressure with your community and trainers from local fitness centers every Saturday morning at 8am now through September.

Participants will learn proper stretching, outdoor exercises, and can walk or run at their own pace in downtown Sandusky along the piers overlooking the Sandusky Bay and Lake Erie. Open to all ages, but please no pets.

Preregister at runsignup.com/PierPressure2021

 

Saturday 14th – It’s the Sandusky Farmers Market! Enjoy fresh, local produce, food trucks, fresh flowers, handmade, home-grown, local farmers, bakers, artisans and crafters, plants and more. Every Saturday June through October from 8am to 12pm in downtown Sandusky. Sponsored by Firelands Regional Medical Center.

 

Saturday 14th – The Sandusky Library is hosting their Saturday Stories at 11am. Listen to a picture book LIVE. Programs are available on Facebook and many of the recordings are also available on YouTube after the event. For more information call 419-625-3834 or go to their Facebook page.

 

Sunday 15th – The Sunday Farmers Market in Downtown Port Clinton is every other Sunday through October 10th from 9am-2pm behind the Meals on Madison Stage. Come Eat, Shop, Drink, & Play in Port Clinton!

 

Monday 16th – Sandusky Library’s First Chapter Book Club. Listen to the first chapter of a children or teen book LIVE at 3pm. A wide range of authors and genres will be offered to showcase items in the collection. Programs available to Facebook and recordings are also available on YouTube after the event.

 

Monday 16th – The Huron Public Library is hosting its Mystery Book Group at 6pm. You can join this monthly book club featuring mystery books from around the world. The books are available at the Library. This month’s book is Drive Your Plow Over The Bones of the Dead by Olga Tokarczuk. Registration is required for this event.

For more information, visit huronlibrary.org or call 419-433-5009.

 

Monday 16th – It’s the Sandusky Library’s bedtime story. It’s a new bedtime story each Monday for kids of all ages to enjoy starting at 7pm. Available on Facebook or you can watch a recording on YouTube after the event.

 

Tuesday 17th – It’s the Movies by the Bay Series at the Jackson Street Pier! Movies start at 7pm. This week’s movie is a double feature of Toy Story and Toy Story 2.

 

Wednesday 18th – Off Trail with Erie MetroParks. Erie MetroParks is excited to bring you their new podcast “Off Trail.” Enjoy some educational topics and catch a few laughs along the way. Hang out with park naturalists and the marketing guy as Erie MetroParks talks about nature and how it’s connected to your daily lives. Check it out every Wednesday.

 

Wednesday 18th – At the Huron Public Library the Huron Historical Society will be having open hours from 3pm until 5pm. A volunteer will be available to assist with questions and to direct patrons to any appropriate historical materials.

For more information, visit huronlibrary.org or call 419-433-5009.

 

Wednesday 18th – The AMVETS Post 22 is hosting a Cruise-In event so come on down with your classic cars! Cruise-In will be on the 3rd Wednesday of each month through September from 5pm until dusk. There will be lots of fun things to do including 50/50, raffles, food, door prizes, and $1 draft beer. Your first beer or pop is free. Cruise-In in memory of Tom Miller.

 

Thursday 19th – It’s the Huron Farmer’s Market every Thursday through October 14th. It’ll be at the Huron Boat Basin from 3:30pm until 6:30pm. Sosa’s Taco Bus will be there too. Stop by, shop, eat, and enjoy the community. For more information, go to the Huron Farmer’s Market’s Facebook page.

 

Thursday 19th – The Huron Public Library is hosting its Book Exchange Book Group at 6pm. You can join this monthly book club featuring popular and eclectic books. The books are available at the Library. This month’s book is American Dirt by Jeanine Cummins. Registration is required for this event.

For more information, visit huronlibrary.org or call 419-433-5009.

 

Thursday 19th – Erie MetroParks has created a “Nature Plugged In” Facebook group for adults to learn about what is happening in Erie MetroParks. A weekly video will be uploaded based on topics that you are most interested in. Join the Facebook group by signing up online and help Erie MetroParks create this new online community. For more information go to eriemetroparks.org.

 

Thursday 19th – The 3rd Thursday Music, Flowers, and a Sunset in downtown Vermilion starting at 6:30pm. Come to Vermilion and see how downtown is turned into a Norman Rockwell setting of a New England Town quaintly nestled into the coast of Lake Erie. Stroll this picturesque town while listening to live music. Sponsored by the Vermilion Chamber of Commerce.

 

Thursday 19th – It’s the Firelands Symphony Orchestra’s Around Town Tour. Due to generous grant funding from the Erie County Community Foundation and the Huron Playhouse Fund for the Arts, all concerts are open to the public with freewill donations accepted.

The High Frequency Flute Quartet will be playing at the Harbortown Fine Arts Center starting at 6:30pm.

For more information, visit firelandssymphony.com.

 

Saturday 21st  Pier Pressure free Saturday morning workouts in Downtown Sandusky. Fall victim to Pier Pressure with your community and trainers from local fitness centers every Saturday morning at 8am now through September.

Participants will learn proper stretching, outdoor exercises, and can walk or run at their own pace in downtown Sandusky along the piers overlooking the Sandusky Bay and Lake Erie. Open to all ages, but please no pets.

Preregister at runsignup.com/PierPressure2021

 

Saturday 21st – The Sandusky Library is hosting their Saturday Stories at 11am. Listen to a picture book LIVE. Programs are available on Facebook and many of the recordings are also available on YouTube after the event. For more information call 419-625-3834 or go to their Facebook page.

 

Saturday 21st – It’s the Caleb Stockmaster Memorial Scholarship Inaugural Golf Tournament at Thunderbird North Golf Course. Shotgun start at 8am, prizes are available for the top three teams. Hole prizes and additional cash games are also available. Registration fee per team is $320. Email CalebLivesOn@gmail.com to register.

 

Saturday 21st – It’s the Sandusky Farmers Market! Enjoy fresh, local produce, food trucks, fresh flowers, handmade, home-grown, local farmers, bakers, artisans and crafters, plants and more. Every Saturday June through October from 8am to 12pm in downtown Sandusky. Sponsored by Firelands Regional Medical Center.

 

Monday 23th – Sandusky Library’s First Chapter Book Club. Listen to the first chapter of a children or teen book LIVE at 3pm. A wide range of authors and genres will be offered to showcase items in the collection. Programs available to Facebook and recordings are also available on YouTube after the event.

 

Monday 23rd – At the Huron Public Library from 1pm until 6pm it’s the American Red Cross Blood Drive. To donate blood you must be at least 18 years old, weigh at least 110 lbs., and have not donated in the last 56 days. Visit RedCrossBlood.org to schedule an appointment.

For more information, visit huronlibrary.org or call 419-433-5009.

 

Monday 23rd – It’s the Sandusky Library’s bedtime story. It’s a new bedtime story each Monday for kids of all ages to enjoy starting at 7pm. Available on Facebook or you can watch a recording on YouTube after the event.

 

Tuesday 24th – It’s the Movies by the Bay Series at the Jackson Street Pier! Movies start at 7pm. This week’s movie is Onward.

 

Wednesday 25th – The Huron Public Library is hosting its the Real Reads: Nonfiction Book Club at 3pm. You can join this monthly book club featuring nonfiction books and biographies. The books are available at the Library. This month’s book is Sounds Like Titanic by Jessica Chiccehitto Hindman. Registration is required for this event.

From 3pm until 5pm the Huron Historical Society Open Hours. A volunteer will be available to assist with questions and to direct patrons to any appropriate historical materials.

For more information, visit huronlibrary.org or call 419-433-5009.

 

Wednesday 25th – Off Trail with Erie MetroParks. Erie MetroParks is excited to bring you their new podcast “Off Trail.” Enjoy some educational topics and catch a few laughs along the way. Hang out with park naturalists and the marketing guy as Erie MetroParks talks about nature and how it’s connected to your daily lives. Check it out every Wednesday.

 

Thursday 26th – Erie MetroParks has created a “Nature Plugged In” Facebook group for adults to learn about what is happening in Erie MetroParks. A weekly video will be uploaded based on topics that you are most interested in. Join the Facebook group by signing up online and help Erie MetroParks create this new online community. For more information go to eriemetroparks.org.

 

Thursday 26th – It’s the Huron Farmer’s Market every Thursday through October 14th. It’ll be at the Huron Boat Basin from 3:30pm until 6:30pm. Sosa’s Taco Bus will be there too. Stop by, shop, eat, and enjoy the community. For more information, go to the Huron Farmer’s Market’s Facebook page.

 

Saturday 28th  Pier Pressure free Saturday morning workouts in Downtown Sandusky. Fall victim to Pier Pressure with your community and trainers from local fitness centers every Saturday morning at 8am now through September.

Participants will learn proper stretching, outdoor exercises, and can walk or run at their own pace in downtown Sandusky along the piers overlooking the Sandusky Bay and Lake Erie. Open to all ages, but please no pets.

Preregister at runsignup.com/PierPressure2021

 

Saturday 28th – The Sandusky Library is hosting their Saturday Stories at 11am. Listen to a picture book LIVE. Programs are available on Facebook and many of the recordings are also available on YouTube after the event. For more information call 419-625-3834 or go to their Facebook page.

 

Saturday 28th – It’s the Sandusky Farmers Market! Enjoy fresh, local produce, food trucks, fresh flowers, handmade, home-grown, local farmers, bakers, artisans and crafters, plants and more. Every Saturday June through October from 8am to 12pm in downtown Sandusky. Sponsored by Firelands Regional Medical Center.

 

Sunday 29th – The Sunday Farmers Market in Downtown Port Clinton is every other Sunday through October 10th from 9am-2pm behind the Meals on Madison Stage. Come Eat, Shop, Drink, & Play in Port Clinton!

 

Monday 30th – Sandusky Library’s First Chapter Book Club. Listen to the first chapter of a children or teen book LIVE at 3pm. A wide range of authors and genres will be offered to showcase items in the collection. Programs available to Facebook and recordings are also available on YouTube after the event.

 

Monday 30th – It’s the Sandusky Library’s bedtime story. It’s a new bedtime story each Monday for kids of all ages to enjoy starting at 7pm. Available on Facebook or you can watch a recording on YouTube after the event.

 

Community Organization News and Info

 

Victory Kitchen in Sandusky is providing hot meals for breakfast and lunch, prepared fresh daily, for patrons to take home.  Along with the hot food, they are providing one bag of food per adult and child, each.  If you would like to make a donation, monetarily or product, please call 419-627-8732 and speak with a staff member.  Thank you for your continued support and God Bless!

 

Second Harvest Food Bank of North Central Ohio is looking for donations to help get food into the hands of those who need it as well as volunteers to sort and re-pack food, help on-site distribution, office work and more.  Go to secondharvestfoodbank.org to donate online and to learn more information.  To find programs that help families at risk for hunger in every community, click on the Charity Directory.  Second Harvest Food Bank of North Central Ohio is and Equal Opportunity Provider.

 

Girl Scout Troops are open and you’re invited to join for FREE virtual events! Go to gsneo.org/join to join Girl Scouts or to register for an event and watch your girl’s confidence and self-esteem boost as she makes a difference not only in her community, but the world!

 

Huron County is participating in Dolly Parton’s Imagination Library. Children from birth until age 5 can receive a free book each month. Visit ohioimaginationlibrary.org to enroll your child today!

 

The Monroeville Public Library is offering a home bound delivery service for residents of the Monroeville Local School District. Please call the library to sign up at 419-465-2035.

 

The Huron Historical Society is proud and excited to announce the release of Explore Huron History, an interactive digital platform of historical photographs and videos of Huron from its archive. The website includes annotated photos and videos allowing viewers to test their knowledge of local history. Brought to you by support from grants and donors. Visit their website thehuronhistoricalsociety.org.

 

Health and Wellness/Covid-19 Information

 

Fisher-Titus will be holding COVID-19 vaccine clinics for those ages 12-18 at Fisher-Titus Pediatrics on Saturdays. First doses of the Pfizer vaccine will be given and second dose appointments will be made when the first appointment is scheduled. A parent or guardian must be present at the appointments. Appointments are required by calling 419-668-9409.

 

Fisher-Titus is offering drive-through vaccine clinics for anyone ages 12 and up at Fisher-Titus Medical Center. Clinics are held Mondays from 10am until 6pm and Wednesdays from 8am until 4pm. To schedule an appointment for the drive through clinic visit fishertitus.org/Coronavirus or call 419-660-2646.

 

The Huron County Support Line is a free, non-judgmental, non-emergency support line available to every person in the county.  Individuals can call to get support and learn about
available mental health and recovery resources.

The Support Line is staffed by behavioral health professionals who are trained to help. The Support Line is staffed 7 days a week, 8am until 10pm. Call 567-743-7155.

 

Mental Health and Recovery Board of Erie & Ottawa County COVID CareLine is here to help anyone feeling stressed out in our world today.  Call 1-800-720-9616.

 

Huron County’s Peer Wellness Center is a welcoming and compassionate place to connect and is available to help anyone looking for recovery resources, answers to questions, peer support and more.  Call 567-743-7130 or drop by in person at 2 Oak Street in Norwalk.

 

The Animal House Sober Club First Steps Recovery Meeting happens every Wednesday at 7pm and is an open recovery meeting for ANYONE ready to start their journey! The Animal House Sober Club is located in Bellevue and is a safe sober club that hosts functions each day of the week.