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Community Events

 

May 10th through May 28th – Fisher-Titus and BeStrong Learning Center are offering free classes for those interested in becoming a State Tested Nursing Assistant (STNA). Participants who complete the program will have a job as an STNA waiting for them at Fisher-Titus. The first round of classes will run from May 10th through the 28th on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, from 7:30am until 3:30pm at BeStrong Learning Center in Norwalk. To apply for the program, email your resume to jtucker@ftmc.com. For more information visit fishertitus.org/STNA.

 

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 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. While the museum remains closed, those at home can participate in the exhibit by drawing their own mythical creature through a game available on their website.

 

May 2021

 

Friday 7th – The Christian Singles Fellowship will be holding their May Nature walk at 6:15pm, with meet up at Sheldon’s Folly Rt. West Huron. After the walk they will be meeting at Berardi’s restaurant for dinner.

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

 

Friday 7th – The Love Bus is hosting First Friday with a Mother’s Day Celebration. This event will be at McGuan Park starting at 5:30pm. Come on out and get a free meal, free groceries, gift bags for all the mommas and a card making station for the kids! Take your goodies to go or stay and join in for a little fellowship and a little worship.

 

Saturday 8th – The Monroeville Rod & Gun Club Annual Spring Steak Feed is happening at 2255 Peru Center Road in Monroeville from 5pm until 8pm. It’s open to the public and there will be pull tickets and a Cooler raffle. For more information, please call 419-541-0991

 

Saturday 8th – The Nautical Flea Market at the Maritime Museum of Sandusky featuring prints, de-accessed artifacts, boats, engines, spare parts, and a variety of nautical nick-knacks and tchotchkes. The event will be from 9am until 2pm. For more information call 419-624-0274 or visit their website at sanduskymaritime.org.

 

Saturday 8th – EMS Spaghetti Dinner at Peepers Bar on Kelleys Island. Come enjoy a delicious spaghetti dinner with homemade meat sauce, salad, roll, and topped off with a dessert. Serving begins at 4pm and continues until 7pm.  Carry-out is available. All proceeds will benefit the Kelleys Island EMS Association. Donations are also accepted. Raffle tickets and 50/50s will be available to win one of the fantastic hand crafted gifts or a gift basket.

 

Saturday 8th – 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 May 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 8th – 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 online to facebook.com/sanduskylibrary.

 

Saturday 8th – The Monroeville Rod & Gun Club Annual Spring Steak Feed is happening at 2255 Peru Center Road in Monroeville from 5pm until 8pm. It’s open to the public and there will be pull tickets and a cooler raffle. For more information, please call 419-541-0991.

 

Saturday 8th – The “Hello Spring” Craft Fair is happening at the Sandusky Mall, going on from 10am until 6pm. There will be up to 100 vendors, free admission, and raffle offered. Shop for handmade soaps, florals and wreaths, home décor, wood signs and crafts, holiday decorations, baked goods, bath and body, bags and totes, jewelry, household, quilts, direct sales, and much more. Visit Sandusky-mall.com.

 

Monday 10th – The Sandusky Library has their Bedtime Story starting at 7pm. A new bedtime story each Monday for kids of all ages to enjoy. Available on Facebook or watch a recording on YouTube after the event.

For more information call 419-625-3834 or go online to facebook.com/sanduskylibrary.

 

Monday 10th – The Sandusky Library is hosting their First Chapter Book Club starting at 3pm. Listen to the first chapter of a children or teen book LIVE. A wide range of authors and genres will be offered to showcase items in the collection. Programs available to Facebook and recordings will also be available on YouTube after the event.

For more information call 419-625-3834 or go online to facebook.com/sanduskylibrary.

 

Monday 10th – The Christian Singles Fellowship will be holding a Planning Meeting at 7pm at North Point Baptist Church at 3702 Hayes Avenue in Sandusky.

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

 

Monday 10th – It’s the Huron Public Library’s Instagram Weekly Photo Challenge on Instagram, for teens in Grades 7 – 12. Join the weekly photo challenges by following the Library on Instagram @huronlibrary for a chance to win local gift cards each week in May.

Visit huronlibrary.org or call 419-433-5009 for more details.

 

Tuesday 11th – The annual Blessing of the Fleet at Fox’s Dock on Put-In-Bay starting at 11am. The blessing of boats and aircraft servicing the Bass Islands will be performed by local clergy which is a centuries old tradition in ports worldwide.

 

Tuesday 11th – It’s professional Learning Day at Sandusky City Schools, so no school.  Instead, there will be a few events going on this day for the kids.

 

Living the Wildlife at Mills Creek. Release your wild side while exploring the local outdoors at the Mills Creek Golf Course. Learn how to shoot a compound bow and stomp around Mills Creek looking for aquatic organisms. Participants will be divided into two groups that rotate between sessions in an outdoor format; all materials and lunch will be provided. This event is for kids 7-13 years old and will be going on from 10am until 2pm.

 

Soccer Clinics at Lions Park. Join Nico Samaniego for a day of Futbol skills. Learn the fundamentals and more at the first soccer clinic hosted by Edge Futbol Club. Children will learn the skills to stand out whenever they play the game. This will be at Lions Park on Superiors Street, from 2pm until 330pm and again from 4pm until 530pm. For kids 6-12 years old.

 

Jacked with the Cleveland Playhouse. Jacked is a take on the Jack and Beanstalk story for grades K-4, although it is very entertaining and fun for adults too. Total runtime is 60 minutes. The professionally filmed 45-minute short play is bookended by a live pre and post show interactive experience with the actors. Those interested can sign up to watch and will be provided a link to join prior to the show. Go to clevelandplayhouse.com for more info.

 

Wednesday 12th – United Fund Dine out For the FUNd of it! Every Wednesday you can help out the United Fund and support local restaurants at the same time. A portion of their sales on these days goes towards the 2021 Community Campaign to help with local programs.

Today’s event will be at Bluto’s Hometown Tavern in Norwalk.

For more information call the United Fund at 419-668-0269, or email Office@NorwalkAreaUnitedFund.org

 

Wednesday 12th – 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 13th – The Thursday ARTWalks in Port Clinton. The event will be from 5pm until 8pm. Stroll through downtown Port Clinton and purchase amazing items from artists and crafters. Listen to the music in M.O.M. and order something to eat and drink from one of the many restaurants.

 

Thursday 13th – The Huron Public Library is hosting its Online Storytime LIVE with Miss Melissa at 1pm on Facebook. Join in and watch Miss Melissa read a story and sing some songs LIVE from the Library’s Facebook page @huronpl.

At 5pm Thursday Night Watch Party: My Man Godfrey (1936) on Facebook. Join the Library in a Watch Party on Facebook to watch a classic movie, chat with others, and learn some behind-the-scenes facts about the film. Find the Library on Facebook @huronpl

Visit huronlibrary.org or call 419-433-5009 for more details.

 

Thursday 13th – 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.

 

Saturday 15th – The Erie County Senior Center is having their Outdoor Rummage Sale. It’ll be from 9am until 1pm in the Senior Center’s Parking Lot. Fill a bag for $5, proceeds to benefit Meals on Wheels.

 

Saturday 15th – The Erie County Health Department will be having a free car seat inspection event in front of Tractor Supply at 709 W Perkins Ave in Sandusky. You can stop by from 1pm until 5pm to have your child’s car seat checked and fitted by Certified Child Passenger Safety Technicians.

 

Saturday 15th – Project Noelle presents the Spring Music Concert at the Rocking Horse Saloon in Sandusky from 5pm until midnight. Featuring music from Jasmine Cain, E5C4P3, and The Feedbacks! Tickets are $25 and there will also be raffles, 50/50, food, and fun!

 

Saturday 15th – Today is the last day to pre-register for the Mills Creek Butch Wagner Memorial golf tournament. If you are interested, please contact Annette Solet at 419-975-2074. For sponsorship info please call Bryan Wagner at 419-460-1144.

Mills Creek Golf Course hosts its inaugural Butch Wagner Memorial.  The staff will be honoring one of the course’s biggest fans by hosting a golf tournament today (Rain date of the 23rd). The event will also serve as a fund raiser for the Wagner family to raise money for the Butch Wagner Scholarship Fund through raffles, games, and hole sponsorships. It’ll be an 18-hole tournament with a shotgun start, four-man scramble, cash only $50 per person or $200 per team, cost includes golf, cart, and hot lunch. Please arrive at 8am, lunch will be at 130pm. There will also be awards for closest to the pin and the longest drive.

 

Saturday 15th – The Christian Singles Fellowship will be having a Singles Trip to the Tiffin Flea Market. There will be a carpool and for those interested to meet up at North Point Baptist Church 3702 Hayes Avenue in Sandusky at 10am. They will also meet up for dinner afterwards at Pizza Palace in Tiffin.

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

 

Saturday 15th – The Huron County Master Gardeners will be holding their Spring Plant Sale from 8am until noon at the Home Arts building of the Huron County Fairgrounds

A variety of indoor and outdoor, annual and perennial and native plants will be available for purchase by donation. Several area vendors will also be participating in the plant sale including Schick Apiary and Rosemary Tanner. Huron County Master Gardener Shannon Ditz will also be on hand with information about the Huron County Teaching Garden.

Masks and social distancing will be required and now traffic patterns will be in place to keep both workers and patrons safe.

 

Saturday 15th – The Huron County Humane Society is having a Car Scavenger Hunt.  You’ll have two hours to complete the list of specific items to find. Get your list of items between 9am and 10am when you register at the Humane Society.

It costs $20 per car and if you can find everything on your list within two hours of registering, you then can pull five cards for a poker hand. The best hand wins $100, 2nd place gets $75, and 3rd gets $50. For more information call Darla at the Huron County Humane Society at 419-663-7158.

 

Saturday 15th – 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 May 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 15th – 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 online to facebook.com/sanduskylibrary.

 

Saturday 15th – Second Saturdays R 4 Kids: Around the World with Col. Webb Hayes at the Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Library & Museums from 930am until 1130am. This kid’s monthly program returns to Hayes Presidential with a theme focusing on Col. Webb Hayes’ travels around the world. Kids can participate in a craft or activity inspired by Webb’s adventures. This month’s featured stop is Japan. This event is open-house style, kids of any age are welcome, and admission is free.

 

Saturday 15th – Its Put-In-Bay’s Island Wide Garage Sale happening from 10am until 5pm. Retail merchants and island homeowners join for one big island wide garage sale. Maps with locations for the Garage Sale will be available the week of. Also, don’t miss the big bargains at the Heritage Resale Shop at the Historical Museum.

 

Saturday 15th – Kelleys Island History Museum is having a free museum day. Joining other Erie County museums celebrating International Museum Day, admission is free. Stop by to explore this great museum, check out the new exhibits, visit the Parsonage Resale Shop, and tour the historic Old Stone Church, built in 1866, just next door! For more information visit their website at kelleysislandhistorical.org.

 

Saturday 15th – It’s EMS Safety Forces Day on the Casino Dock on Kelleys Island from 12noon until 2pm. Visitors and residents alike are invited to come out and see the Safety Forces, ask questions and inspect the equipment from the EMS, Police, and Fire Department. The U.S. Coast Guard and State Park personnel will also be on hand during the event and even Metro Life Flight will make a landing on the dock for all to see.

 

Sunday 16th – Nest with the Birds from 7am until 2pm on Kelleys Island. Join in for the spring migration of birds as they head north and stop over to rest and feed on Kelleys Island. Tom and Paula Bartlett will be banding and will educate visitors about the many species of warblers and songbirds that use the Lake Erie islands to gain energy for their migration.

You can also adopt a bird for $5 to help support the K.I. Audubon Club. There will also be a Special Bird Walk and Nature Hike at 10am with Pat Hayes.

 

Monday 17th – It’s the Huron Public Library’s Instagram Weekly Photo Challenge on Instagram, for teens in Grades 7 – 12. Join the weekly photo challenges by following the Library on Instagram @huronlibrary for a chance to win local gift cards each week in May.

Visit huronlibrary.org or call 419-433-5009 for more details.

 

Monday 17th – The Sandusky Library has their Bedtime Story starting at 7pm. A new bedtime story each Monday for kids of all ages to enjoy. Available on Facebook or watch a recording on YouTube after the event.

For more information call 419-625-3834 or go online to facebook.com/sanduskylibrary.

 

Monday 17th – The Sandusky Library is hosting their First Chapter Book Club today starting at 3pm. Listen to the first chapter of a children or teen book LIVE. A wide range of authors and genres will be offered to showcase items in the collection. Programs available to Facebook and recordings will also be available on YouTube after the event.

For more information call 419-625-3834 or go online to facebook.com/sanduskylibrary.

 

Tuesday 18th – The Huron Public Library’s Tech Video Series Release: Transparent Language Online. Want to learn a new language? As a patron, you have access to Transparent Language Online, with courses to learn a number of new languages. Find this video on the Library’s YouTube channel.

At 7pm Mystery Book Group on Zoom. Join this monthly book club in an online Zoom chat featuring a variety of mystery books. Books are available at the Library. Call to join. This month’s book is The Island by Ragnar Jónasson.

Visit huronlibrary.org or call 419-433-5009 for more details.

 

Wednesday 19th – United Fund Dine out For the FUNd of it! Every Wednesday you can help out the United Fund and support local restaurants at the same time. A portion of their sales on these days goes towards the 2021 Community Campaign to help with local programs.

Today’s event will be at East of Chicago in Norwalk.

For more information call the United Fund at 419-668-0269, or email Office@NorwalkAreaUnitedFund.org

 

Wednesday 19th – 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 20th – The 3rd Thursday Music, Flowers, and a Sunset in downtown Vermillion starting at 6:30pm. Come to Vermillion 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 Vermillion Chamber of Congress

 

Thursday 20th – The Huron Public Library is hosting its Online Storytime LIVE with Miss Melissa at 1pm on Facebook. Join in and watch Miss Melissa read a story and sing some songs LIVE from the Library’s Facebook page @huronpl.

At 7pm The Book Exchange on Zoom. Join this monthly book club in an online Zoom chat featuring popular and eclectic books. Books are available at the Library. Call to join. This month’s book is The Splendid and the Vile by Erik Larson.

Visit huronlibrary.org or call 419-433-5009 for more details.

 

Thursday 20th – 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.

 

Saturday 22nd – Mills Creek Golf Course hosts its inaugural Butch Wagner Memorial.  The staff will be honoring one of the course’s biggest fans by hosting a golf tournament (Rain date of the 23rd). The event will also serve as a fundraiser for the Wagner family to raise money for the Butch Wagner Scholarship Fund through raffles, games, and hole sponsorships. It’ll be an 18-hole tournament with a shotgun start, four-man scramble, cash only $50 per person or $200 per team, cost includes golf, cart, and hot lunch. Please arrive at 8am, lunch will be at 130pm. There will also be awards for closest to the pin and the longest drive.

For sponsorship info please call Bryan Wagner at 419-460-1144.

 

Saturday 22nd – The Basket Festival Fundraiser will be from 4pm until 8pm at the Berlin Township Hunters and Farmers Conservation Club on Chaplin Road in Berlin Heights. There will be a 50/50 raffle, items for auction, food vendors, and live entertainment by Lance Horwedel.

You don’t need be present to win and all proceeds to help fund the Basket Festival expenses. Social distancing will be in place and masks must be worn indoors.

 

Saturday 22nd – 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 May 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 22nd – 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 online to facebook.com/sanduskylibrary.

 

Monday 24th – It’s the Huron Public Library’s Instagram Weekly Photo Challenge on Instagram, for teens in Grades 7 – 12. Join the weekly photo challenges by following the Library on Instagram @huronlibrary for a chance to win local gift cards each week in May.

At 4pm the Teen Library Council on Zoom, for grades 7 – 12. Current and new members are invited to share ideas that will make a difference at the Library in a monthly online Zoom chat.

Visit huronlibrary.org or call 419-433-5009 for more details.

 

Monday 24th – The Sandusky Library has their Bedtime Story starting at 7pm. A new bedtime story each Monday for kids of all ages to enjoy. Available on Facebook or watch a recording on YouTube after the event.

For more information call 419-625-3834 or go online to facebook.com/sanduskylibrary.

 

Monday 24th – The Sandusky Library is hosting their First Chapter Book Club starting at 3pm. Listen to the first chapter of a children or teen book LIVE. A wide range of authors and genres will be offered to showcase items in the collection. Programs available to Facebook and recordings will also be available on YouTube after the event.

For more information call 419-625-3834 or go online to facebook.com/sanduskylibrary.

 

Wednesday 26th – The Huron Public Library is hosting their Real Reads: Nonfiction Book Club on Zoom at 3pm. Join this monthly book club in an online Zoom chat featuring nonfiction selections. Books are available at the Library and Zoom codes are posted on huronlibrary.org. This month’s book is Look Alive Out There by Sloane Crosley.

STEAM Team on the Go, for Kindergarten – Grade 6. Pick up a different STEAM Team Kit each month for a fun, at-home experiment. This month’s kit is called Bicycle & Balance. Available while supplies last and registration is required.

Visit huronlibrary.org or call 419-433-5009 for more details.

 

Wednesday 26th – United Fund Dine out For the FUNd of it! Every Wednesday you can help out the United Fund and support local restaurants at the same time. A portion of their sales on these days goes towards the 2021 Community Campaign to help with local programs.

Today’s event will be at Main Street Café in Norwalk.

For more information call the United Fund at 419-668-0269, or email Office@NorwalkAreaUnitedFund.org

 

Wednesday 26th – 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 27th – The Huron Public Library is hosting Rockin’ Readers Book Club on Zoom for grades 3 – 6 at 5pm. Join this monthly tween book group in an online Zoom chat. Books are available at the Library for tweens interested in joining. Registration is required.

Visit huronlibrary.org or call 419-433-5009 for more details.

 

Thursday 27th – 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 27th through Monday 31st – It’s the 40th Annual Walleye Festival in Port Clinton. The Walleye Festival gets underway Memorial Day weekend at Waterworks Park on the beautiful shores of Lake Erie. There will be free live concerts, Kids Fishing Derby, Grande Parade, educational programs and activities, Walleye 5K Run & Walk, carnival rides, and more than 130 vendors from around the nation. Also there will be lots of delicious food and beverages. The Walleye Festival is the perfect summer kick-off!

 

Friday 28th – The Christian Singles Fellowship will have their Bike & Bible Night at 6:15pm at Karson’s home at 1401 Berlin Road in Huron. Tacos will be provided, bring chips or salad/dessert, pop, and the kids for the first of the season event.

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

 

Friday 28th – The Willows at Bellevue are hosting their Graceful Transitions Parade at 3pm, in honor of those who have passed away in the wake of the global pandemic. This is a great way to support their residents and their loved ones; so that they know we have not forgotten. Please RSVP to Melody Barger at 419-483-5000.

 

Saturday 29th – Norwalk Jaycees present the Strawberry Festival from 10am until 11pm. They are working hard to make sure this is a fun and safe event and to accommodate whatever restrictions may be in place when the time comes. So, instead of rides, inflatables, or a large stage performance they will be promoting people coming uptown, visiting the local businesses and enjoying the city. There will be food trucks, the beer truck, and music in Suhr Park and on Main Street as well.

 

Saturday 29th – 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 May 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 29th – 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 online to facebook.com/sanduskylibrary.

 

Saturday 29th – The Willard Walk for Wellness on Myrtle Avenue in Downtown Willard. Rock the block from 10am until 2pm rain or shine! Get your steps in while earning you chance at free prizes! Local businesses will be present with special offers. Come see what Willard has to offer!

Participants will receive one ticket for each business they visit along the way. Tickets can be redeemed for entry into prize drawings. There will be a Health Fair, 50/50 raffle, Farmers Market, Entertainment, Kids activities, and T-shirts. Social distancing will be observed.

For more information contact Mercy Rehabilitation and Wellness Center at 419-964-5700.

 

Monday 31st – The Huron Public Library is closed for Memorial Day.

It’s the Huron Public Library’s Instagram Weekly Photo Challenge on Instagram, for teens in Grades 7 – 12. Join the weekly photo challenges by following the Library on Instagram @huronlibrary for a chance to win local gift cards each week in May.

Visit huronlibrary.org or call 419-433-5009 for more details.

 

Monday 31st – The Sandusky Library has their Bedtime Story starting at 7pm. A new bedtime story each Monday for kids of all ages to enjoy. Available on Facebook or watch a recording on YouTube after the event.

For more information call 419-625-3834 or go online to facebook.com/sanduskylibrary.

 

Monday 31st – The Sandusky Library is hosting their First Chapter Book Club starting at 3pm. Listen to the first chapter of a children or teen book LIVE. A wide range of authors and genres will be offered to showcase items in the collection. Programs available to Facebook and recordings will also be available on YouTube after the event.

For more information call 419-625-3834 or go online to facebook.com/sanduskylibrary.

 

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.  Any child age birth through 5 years old can receive a free age-specific book each month. Visit ohioimaginationlibrary.org to enroll your child today!

 

Health and Wellness/Covid-19 Information

 

Firelands Regional Health System is offering a COVID-19 vaccine clinic to the community. There will be a Scheduled Appointment Clinic Thursday May 13th from 8am until 3pm.

For more information go to firelands.com/covidvaccine.

 

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.