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Maria’s Sunflower Field of Hope at Cedar Point is now open. 

The Sandusky field will be open daily from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. and then 4 p.m. – 8 p.m. on weekdays and 10 a.m. – 8 p.m. on weekends.  It’s located next to Cedar Point’s Express Hotel, and visitors do not need to enter Cedar Point to access the eight-acre sunflower field.For more information on the Prayers from Maria Children’s Glioma Cancer Foundation, go to their Facebook


United Fund Dine Out for the FUNd of it!  Every Wednesday At Area Restaurants
Help the United Fund and support our community restaurants at the same time!  A portion of the days sales will go toward the 2021 Community Campaign to help with local programs.

  • September 16th- Norwalk Eagles   Lunch 11am-2pm &  Dinner 5pm-8pm
  • September 23rd- Pizza Post in Norwalk
  • September 20th- Sidelines in Norwalk
  • October 7th- Freight House in Norwalk
  • October 14th- Pean’s Pizza Subs & Sudz in Monroeville  4pm – 10pm
  • October 28th- Press Box in Norwalk
  • November 4th- Bluto’s Hometown Tavern in Norwalk
  • November 11th- East of Chicago in Norwalk
  • November 18th- Main Street Cafe in Norwalk
  • November 25th- Pizza Post in Norwalk
  • December 2nd- Press Box in Norwalk
  • December 9th- Freight House in Norwalk
  • December 16th- Bluto’s Hometown Tavern in Norwalk
  • December 23rd- Norwalk Eagles  Lunch 11am-2pm &  Dinner 5pm-8pm

For more information call the United Fund at 419-668-0269 or email the office at


Norwalk Arts Center’s “Something to Chair-ish Campaign”

Own a piece of Norwalk History with completely refinished original Norwalk Theater seats.  Buy 1 or 10!!!
A limited quantity are available.  All money raised will go directly to restoration of the Historic Norwalk Theater.
To purchase your piece of history go to  You can also call 567-220-0011.


The Ohio Department of Health wants to urge the community to familiarize yourself with the symptoms of a Cold, Flu, and COVID-19
If you’re feeling sick, call your doctor first before going in.
Learn the different symptoms at


Ohio Dept. of Job & Family Services (ODJFS), which is responsible for unemployment compensation benefits, has been struggling to deal with the volume of Ohioans trying to apply for unemployment comp benefits.

If you need to file an unemployment claim, go to  A step-by-step guide to file your unemployment claim is available in the upper right-hand corner of the page.  Your benefits are retroactive to when you became eligible.  If possible, file claims during non-core business hours.


Second Harvest Food Bank of North Central Ohio needs your help now more than ever.  With the Covid-19 pandemic, there will be an increasing need to provide food for those in our community.  You can help by donating or volunteering.  Your donations will help get food into the hands of those who need it.  And volunteers are needed to sort and re-pack food, help on-site distribution, work in the office, and more.  Please go to  to donate online and learn more information.

Find programs that help families at risk for hunger in every community. Search the Second Harvest Partner Charity Directory.  This Institution is an Equal Opportunity Provider.


Family Life Counseling and Psychiatric Services now offering Telemental Health and Telerecovery Services. Call: (567) 560-3584   
The agency  is now offering Telemental Health and Telerecovery Services Option to the community. Telemental Health and Telerecovery Services are the use of technology in order to provide real-time counseling and support services from a distance.  Getting the support you and your family need while sheltering at home just got easier.
Help is just a call away – (567) 560-3584


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.
Call (567) 743-7155

The Support Line is staffed 7 days a week from 8:00am – 10:00pm daily.
This is not a crisis hotline.  If you are experiencing a mental health crisis, call 800-826-1306.


Mental Health & Recovery Board of Erie & Ottawa County
Need someone to talk to? Is the stress of the disrupted routines, social distancing, and overall uncertainty of the future weighing on you?
Call the COVID CareLine at 1-800-720-9616. 
It’a a new toll-free number staffed by professionals who offer confidential emotional support.

Family Health Services
Seniors, feeling sick or concerned about your health?  Sandusky’s Family Health Services is here for your primary care or behavioral health needs and is also committed to continuing care for Veterans during this time of need.
See a clinician through your phone or computer by calling 419-502-2800 for an appointment OR see a provider in person OR if a Clinician determines you have symptoms, be treated in your vehicle.
Family Health Services has two locations:
1912 Hayes Avenue  Open M W F 8-5 p.m. and T TH open 8-7 p.m. Call 419-502-2800 and
620 East Water Street, in walking distance of downtown housing.  Open M W F 8-5 p.m. and T TH 8-6 p.m.  Call 419-502-2839 for assistance.

Veteran Services is located inside Firelands South Campus Building, 1912 Hayes Avenue, if you need an in-person visit for primary care or behavioral health.
Hours of Operation:  M W F 8-5 p.m.      T & TH 8-7 p.m.
Appointments are available in person, through a telehealth visit or if a Clinician determines someone has the symptoms of COVID-19, Drive Up service is available with someone remaining in their car.
Call our designated Veteran Hotline for more information: 419-219-4735

The Port Clinton Chamber is committed to their mission of improving the economic and business climate of the greater Port Clinton Area. During this crisis, they have added a COVID-19 News blog to the website, This page is updated daily with important information regarding help for your business as well other important information such as ways to support local safely. You can also follow on Facebook @PCChamber for info on local events and more. As always, your Port Clinton Chamber is here for YOU!

Huron County Veterans Service Commission Temporary Changes
The Offices will be open from 8:30am – 4:00pm Monday through Friday, except holidays, to answer phone calls for information 419-668-4150.   Most information can be found online.

Meeting of the Huron County Veteran Service Commission will be held by teleconference on the 1st and 3rd Wednesday of the month at 2pm.
Please call the Huron Veteran Service Office with any questions.

The Vermilion Chamber has created a new page on our website dedicated to COVID19 news, merchant info, restaurant info, churches, food pantry, senior citizens services, Vermilion School kids on lunch program etc.
After you click on the link…click on the picture Vermilion, OH COVID-19 Community Guide Resource Guide and that will get you to all the information.


Victory Kitchen “We Walk In Faith, Not Fear”
At this crucial time of the COVID 19 Panademic, Victory Kitchen is still standing strong to be the helping hands to those in need in the community.  They are providing Hot Meals for Breakfast and Lunch, prepared fresh daily for patrons to take home. Along with the hot food, they are providing  food bags (1 per Adult & 1 per Child).
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!


An Unnatural History Game at Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential Library & Museums August 1st – October 31st
The exhibit examines Native American legends and stories of Grassman (the Ohio version of Bigfoot), the Dogman of Defiance, and other creatures.  It features the artwork of Dan Chudzinski, curator of the Mazza Museum at the University of Findlay and artist who has consulted on movies and other projects. While the museum remains closed, those at home can participate in the exhibit by drawing their own mythical creature through a game available on the museum’s website .  For more information you can call 419-332-2081.

The Mercy Flu clinic is now open to serve patients experiencing any flu-like symptoms
Hours there are Monday – Friday, 8:00 am to 8pm, Saturday – Sunday, 11:00 am to 5 pm.
Before heading to the Flu Clinic to be triaged, please call the Mercy Health Hotline phone number at 888-700-9011.
Symptoms Treated:
*Fever       *Muscle/Body Aches     *Headaches     *Fatigue/Tiredness        *Sometimes Vomiting & Diarrhea
If you have flu like symptoms or think you have the flu PLEASE DO NOT go to any Mercy Health Physician Practice.
Virtual visits are also available with a primary care physician.  Please call 440-988-3705 to schedule your visit.


The Ohio Department of Health has opened a call center to answer questions about Coronavirus.
The center is staffed by licensed nurses and infectious disease experts.
The call center is open 7 days a week from 9am-8pm at 1-833- 4-ASK-ODH
That number again is 1-833-4-ASK-ODH



The Ohio Development Services Agency is preparing to submit an application in the coming week to qualify Ohio for the U.S. Small Business Administration’s (SBA) Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program. This program provides low-interest loans up to $2 million in order to help businesses overcome the temporary loss of revenue during the state of emergency.
Non profit organizations in Ohio will also be eligible for low-interest loans through the SBA’s Economic Injury Disaster Loan program.
In order to complete the state’s application, businesses impacted by the current public health crisis should immediately send their contact information to Additional information on the SBA Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program is available at


Firelands Regional Medical Center has implemented visitor restrictions.  If you have a cough, chills, fever, headache, muscle aches, sore throat, or believe you have the flu and do not need emergency care, do not come in. Visitation is restricted to healthy immediate family or immediate support person 18 and over.


To protect patients and staff, Fisher Titus Medical Center has implemented visitor restrictions  For more information visit   




  Imagination Library  Huron County is launching the Huron County Imagination Library with the help of Dolly Parton and the Ohio Governor’s Imagination Library.  Parents of children from birth through age 5 can register to receive a free book each month.Visit to follow the easy instructions to enroll your child to receive a free book in the mail each month at no cost to you.Each book is tailored for the child’s age group.
Huron Public Library- Curbside Pick-up

Although the library will remain closed, it will be offering Curbside Pickup starting  Monday June 1st.

The outside drop boxes will also be opening for you to return items you’ve borrowed.

For more information go to the library’s website.


2020 Izaak Walton League Turkey Shoot Every Sunday 8:00am
August 30th  through November 22nd
Gates Open at 8:00amCash and Meat Prizes              Stock Guns Only

              3116 West Peru Section Line Rd  Monroeville, OH
Norwalk Arts Center- Winner’s Choice Travel Raffle.
Winner will be drawn October 3, 2020 
Please join the Norwalk Arts Center in purchasing and selling raffle tickets for our Winner’s Choice Raffle!  The luck winner will choose one trip from 3 incredible options
     Nashville UnPlugged                Explore Key West           New Orleans Jazz & Dining  Tickets  $100 Each and ONLY 250  Tickets AvailableFor more information go to http://www.NorwalkArtsCenter.orgAll proceeds go directly to the “Setting the Stage” Capital Campaign for the renovation of the Norwalk Theater. Winner need not be present.
Huron Public Library:   

COVID-19 CLOSURE NOTICE: The Huron Public Library is currently CLOSED to the public due to the safety concerns based on the Ohio Public Health Advisory System. The Library is offering Curbside Pickup and more details can be found on

  • Teen Monthly TikTok Challenge, for teens in Grades 7 – 12. Teens can submit their own TikTok based on monthly themes. Winners are chosen at the end of each month and may be featured on the Library’s social media pages. Visit for contest rules.
  • 44839: Poetry Contest. Poets living or working in the 44839 zip code can submit poems to this annual poetry contest for cash prizes. Submissions for our fourth annual poetry contest will be accepted from October 1 to November 30, 2020. Visit for details.


18th Fri VFW Post 2743 Norwalk Hosts “Silent Watch” Veteran Suicide Awareness 7am – 7:30pm

A silent watch is being held in Norwalk to raise awareness about veterans suicides.

VFW Post 2743, 140 Milan Ave.

Veterans and area residents are invited to maintain a silent watch for 20 to 30 minutes at a casket draped with an American flag. Veterans should wear their uniform or service cap. For rotation scheduling, call Thom Price at 419-577-2376 by Sept. 16.

“This is a movement to bring about awareness to veterans suicides and I hope we can count on all of you to help this year,” said Tim Chandler, Silent Watch founder and a retired master sergeant with the U.S. Air Force and Ohio Air National Guard.

A booth with information about veteran suicide awareness will be at the VFW pavilion Sept. 18. At 7:30 p.m., an honor guard will perform a flag ceremony with a three-volley salute.

Silent Watch, which started in Ashland County, has been scheduled in area communities including Ashland, Bucyrus, Mansfield and Port Clinton. The event is being done in conjunction with Suicide Awareness Month. Find “Silent Watch, Veterans Suicide Awareness” on Facebook.

An average of 16.8 veterans died by suicide each day in 2017, according to the Veteran Suicide Prevention Annual Report published in September. The average number of veteran suicide deaths per day has equaled or exceeded 16 since 2007.

20th Sun Firelands Symphony String Quartet with FSO Around Town Tour Lakeside Chautauqua 4pm

Free Concert at:
Steele Memorial Bandstand at Lakeside Chautauqua 236 Walnut Ave. Lakeside, OH 43440

Their program selections will include classical favorites including Handel’s Hornpipe, Ode to Joy, and Passacale; Bach’s Brandenburg Concertos; and the Vivaldi Concerto; along with a traditional Irish Suite, contemporary selections from the Beatles and more.

21st Mon Huron Public Library:

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

(419) 433-5009

22nd Tues Huron Public Library:

  • 7 pm. Mystery Book Group on Zoom. Join this monthly book group in a Zoom chat. Books are available at the Library and Zoom codes are emailed to group members. This month’s book is The Crow Trap by Ann Cleeves.

(419) 433-5009

23rd Weds Huron Public Library:

  • 3 pm. Real Reads: Non-Fiction Book Club on Zoom. Join this monthly book group in a Zoom chat. books. Books are available at the Library and Zoom codes are posted on This month’s book is The Monk of Mokha by Dave Eggers.

(419) 433-5009

24th Thurs Huron Public Library:

  • 1 pm. Online Storytime LIVE with Miss Melissa. Find the Library on Facebook @huronpl to watch Miss Melissa read a new story LIVE.
  • 5 pm. Rockin’ Readers Book Club on Zoom, for tweens in Grades 3 – 6. Join this monthly tween book group in a Zoom chat. Books are available at the Library for tweens interested in joining. This month’s book is Property of the Rebel Librarian by Allison Varnes. Registration required.

(419) 433-5009

24th Thurs Firelands Symphony- High Frequency Flute Quartet with FSO Around Town Tour 6:30pm

Free Concert at Sandy Ridge Vineyards & Mercantile 180 OH-61 Norwalk, OH 44857

The High Frequency Flute Quartet featuring FSO principals Jody Chaffee (flute, piccolo) and Jesse Martin (oboe) along with Tamara Kagy (flute) and Elizabeth Studer (flute) performs at Newark’s Sandy Ridge Vineyard where you can dine and wine on selections from Chef Jamie McFadden. The musical program selections for the evening will take you on a global journey including Irish Celtic themes, a trip to Spain through the opera “Carmen,” sounds of the Native American and American West, along with a piece replicating sound of the wind; and no flute concert would be complete without Flight of the Bumblebee.

25th Fri Christian Singles Fellowship Bike & Bible Night 6:15pm

Come out to Karson’s home in Huron.

BBQ Chicken & Corn will be provided. Bring a salad/covered dish or pop to share.  Bring the kids for a night of physical & spiritual exercise, fun and fellowship.

For the address or more information call Karson at 419-433-0085.

25th Fri Firelands Symphony- IN2ATIVE Flute & Cello with FSO Around Town Tour  7pm

Free Concert at:
Vermilion Valley Vineyards 11005 Gore Orphanage Road Wakeman, OH 44889

FSO Principal and Assistant Principal musicians, respectively — Kimberly Zaleski (flute, vocals) and Trevor Kazarian (cello, vocals, beatbox) bring their music to Wakeman’s Vermilion Valley Vineyards where patrons can bring their own outdoor seating and food, while enjoying the vineyards’ premium wines made from classic vinifera-grapes. The venue also has a few light appetizers available for purchase. This innovative Cleveland-based boldly defies traditional boundaries with their unique sound which specializes in the fusing of various styles ranging from classical to rock, hip hop to electronic. The concert will include a mix of original IN2ATIVE music and classical music including “Ode to Joy,” “Mediation from Thais,” Bach’s “Arioso” and “Air,” Themes from Rimsky-Korsakov’s “Scheherazade” and some pops as well like “Somewhere Over the Rainbow.”

26th Sat The Return at the Local Level 10am – 1pm

“The Return” is a National and Global day of prayer and repentance.

A call to all people to gather to pray, repent and seek revival for your family, churches, communities, nation, and world.

Come out to McGuan Park in Norwalk.  This is in attempt to stir hearts and lead them to God.

Sponsored by The Love Bus and Ashley Morrow for more information go to the Facebook event page.

27th Sun Huron Public Library:

  • Banned Books Week, for teens in Grades 7 – 12. To celebrate Banned Books Week this year, check out a Banned Books Bundle from the Library! Bundles contain three random previously contested books. Visit for details.

(419) 433-5009

27th Sun Huron Joint River Fire District’s Annual Chicken BBQ Event 11:00am

Dinners will be served Drive Thru style at the Fire Station in Monroeville.

All proceeds will benefit the fire department to purchase equipment.

Cost is $10    They are first come first serve until they are gone.

27th Sun Firelands Symphony- Diamonds Brass Quintet with FSO Around Town Tour 4pm

Free Concert at:
Steele Memorial Bandstand at Lakeside Chautauqua 236 Walnut Ave. Lakeside, OH 43440

FSO Principal musicians J.c. Sherman (tuba), Adam Reardon (trombone), Greg Hillis (horn) along with trumpet players Amanda Bekeny and Ted Clark will perform as the Diamond Brass Quintet at Lakeside Chautauqua’s Steele Memorial Banstand. The concert will feature an upbeat program of fanfares and marches by Bach, Sousa, Ewald, Gabrieli and Kmoch; along with the lyrical dancing themes in Holst’s Fantasia on the Dargason; as well as selections from Cole Porter, John Lennon, Paul McCartney and more.

28th Mon Huron Public Library:

  • Banned Books Week, for teens in Grades 7 – 12. To celebrate Banned Books Week this year, check out a Banned Books Bundle from the Library! Bundles contain three random previously contested books. Visit for details.

(419) 433-5009

29th Tues St. Paul Lutheran Church Host Red Cross Bloodmobile 11am – 4pm

Give the gift of life.  With the holidays fast approaching and the COVID 19 pandemic Red Cross cross needs your help.

** You must make an appointment!**

To make and appointment call 1-800-733-27677 or visit and enter the Sponsor Code PAUL

St. Paul Lutheran Church is located at 2211 Mills St. Sandusky at the corner of Mills St & Perkins Ave. Please use the West side entrance of the building.

30th Weds Huron Public Library:

  • 4 – 5 pm. STEAM Team on the Go Curbside Pickup, for Kindergarten – Grade 6. Pick up a different STEAM Team Kit each month for a fun, at-home experiment or challenge. This month’s kit is called Buggin’ Out. While supplies last. Registration required.

(419) 433-5009



2nd Fri
The Love Bus Hosts First Friday 5:30pm – 7:00pm
It’s Fall Y’all! What better time to come together in fellowship and enjoy some free soups, praise and worship. As always, there will be free groceries available for anyone in need. Come any time and stay as long as you like. This is how we do church. 
Happening at McGuan Park in Norwalk,located at the corner of Washington St. and Hester St.    This is an outdoor event please dress for the weather.
3rd Sat Brownhelm Historical Association Drive-Thru Clambake 5- 6:30pm

Help support the BHA by purchasing a delicious clambake dinner to-go, that may
be picked up on the evening of October 3rd at the Historic Brownhelm School on North Ridge Road in Brownhelm!

Dinners from Pogie’s Catering in Amherst consist of a lemon chicken breast, corn on the cob, red skin potatoes, coleslaw, clam chowder, 12 clams, and 1/2 dozen mussels. You may also order an extra dozen clams if you’d like. Order your dinner now and just drive on down to the Historic Brownhelm School & Museum on October 3rd to pick it up curbside.
Tickets must be purchased by September 23rd.

Go to the following website to order your dinner(s):BHA Clambake TIckets

4th Sun  Pancake Breakfast Sponsored by Norwalk #711 Eagle Riders Club 8am – Noon

Open to the public        By Donation Only       At Norwalk Eagles Club on Cline St Norwalk

Menu Includes:  Pancakes, Sausage, Home Fries, Biscuits & Gravy, Fruit, Coffee, & Juice

Masks are required to enter and social distancing guidelines will be followed.

4th Sun Erie County Senior Center OctoberFEAST 11am – 1pm

Minimum Donation of $10  Limited Quantity &  Reservations Are Suggested

Dinner Includes:  Pork Chops  Sauerkraut    Baked Potato    Dinner Roll   & Cookie

Carry-Out Only


Fall Raffle will be held at 1pm                Tickets $2 each or $10 for 6

Grand Prize:
10 Pc Tupperware Collection,  Gift Cards for Applebee’s, Buffalo Wild Wings, Cheesecake Factory, and Chet N Matt’s (Over $300 value)

Second Prize: Gift card to Brick Oven Bistro

To obtain tickets for the dinner or raffle contact the Erie County Senior Center at 419-626-2560

4th Sun The Vermilion Chamber of Commerce’s Annual Chocolate and Wine Walk 12:00 -4:00pm 

Take a stroll through downtown Vermilion while sampling chocolate treats and/or wine as you visit quaint shops and more.  Get ticket information online at or call the Vermilion Chamber of Commerce.

4th Sun Firelands Symphony- FSO Pops at Norwalk Reservoir Veteran’s Memorial Lake Park 4pm

Free Concert at:
Norwalk Reservoir Veteran’s Memorial Lake Park (Entrance across from Executive Dr.)

Although a few weeks later than traditionally scheduled, the FSO has rescheduled its annual Summer Pops Concert.

Led by FSO conductor Carl Topilow, the concert is made possible by a grant from the Albert G. and Olive H. Schlink Foundation and support from the City of Norwalk’s Office of Park and Recreation.

“The FSO is ecstatic about the opportunity to return to Norwalk Reservoir for the Pops concert after last performing there for their Bicentennial in 2017,” explains Tricia Applegate, FSO Executive Director. “In addition, this is the perfect outdoor venue for us to practice proper protocols to keep our patrons and musicians safe while adhering to the State’s guidelines.”

In addition to the National Anthem and Ohio favorites such as Hang on Sloopy, the program for the Pops concert will include selections from movies including Bohemian Rhapsody, The Avengers, Pirates of the Caribbean, and The Great Escape; Broadway tunes from Mamma Mia!, Frozen, The Lion King and Aladdin; and Classic Rock tribute collections from bands such as Queen and Journey.

Patrons are encouraged to bring their own blanket or chair to enjoy the Veteran’s Memorial Lake Park as a beautiful backdrop to the FSO’s live concert. To comply with state orders, patrons are asked to conduct a self health symptom assessment the day of the concert as well as wear masks and social distance at the event along with other protocols listed on the plan posted on the FSO website at Patrons are asked to review the plan prior to the concert.

8th- 10th Thurs- Sat First United Methodist Church’s Fall Rummage Sale 

Thurs  9am-5pm          Fri  9am-7pm          Sat   9am-2pm

60 W. Main St. Norwalk, OH

Antique Quilt Raffle   Tickets will be available at the sale.

Masks are required and only 50 patrons allowed in at one time.

For more information call 419-668-1938

8th Thurs Firelands Symphony- Carl Topilow Jazz Combo with FSO Around Town Tour 7pm

Free Concert at:
Paper Moon Vineyards 2008 State Rd Vermilion, OH 44089

FSO Maestro Carl Topilow will be featured on his clarinet and joined by this amazing musical friends to perform a night of music at Paper Moon Vineyards. Along with great music, audience members can to order and enjoy award-winning Paper Moon wine and cider along with local brews. A light dining menu includes cheese plates, panini sandwiches, pizza, and more. Although seating is available feel free to bring your own chair and/or blanket for this outdoor fall concert.

31st Sat Port Clinton’s Downtown Trick or Treat 1-3pm

All young ghouls and goblins are invited to come downtown to trick or treat.

31st Sat City of Norwalk Halloween Parade 2:30 – 3:30pm

Line up at Main Street School at 2:30 for costume judging

Parade begins at 3:00 with awards to follow in Suhr Park

31st Sat City of Norwalk Trick or Treat 4:00 – 6:00pm

Community member who are passing out candy, please have your porch light on.

Families that are participating in receiving candy please only go to homes that have their porch light on.

Have fun and be safe!





5th Sat  New London Community Club Presents Hometown Holidays 7am – 2pm

A holiday celebration filled with LIVE Christmas music, fun characters, activities for the kids, shopping, crafts and more.

There will be no charge for kids’ activities this year but donations are greatly appreciated.  There will be activities at the Hileman Building, activities & vendors the Ambulance Building, and area of outdoor activities from the stop light to Park Ave.

Santa will be meeting the kids downtown. There will be gingerbread and cookie decorating, and the Frozen Princesses and the Grinch will be making appearance and possibly other characters.

Due to the virus social distancing is required!

To help fund this year’s event  the club is doing a Wrapping Paper Fundraiser. Not interested in wrapping paper, there are many more items to choose from. Ordering is super easy… click on the website link,  enter ID Code 19051,  shop,  and check out.  Your order will be shipped right to your door.

For more information go to