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Norwalk Firefighters IAFF Local 1199 are selling Fire Department commemorative Coins. Pictured on one side of the coin is the current fire station built in 1912 and on the other the new station which is currently under construction.  The coins are made in the U.S. and are $10 each.

Coins can be purchased at Schild’s IGA, Millers Grocery, Fireland Federal Credit Union, Sherri’s Coffee House or by stopping into the Norwalk Fire Department.

The Friends of 2083 Foundation 4-Person Golf Scramble  

Come join us in honoring SPD Officer Andrew Dunn July 21, 2018 at Woussickett Golf Course 6311 Mason Rd. Sandusky, OH

4 man Golf Scramble with Hog Roast BBQ. First 36 Teams.

Cost is $320 per team before July 7th. $360 a team after July 7th.

No entries will be accepted after July 16th or at the door.

Team entry includes 18 holes of golf, golf cart, lunch, dinner (hog roast/BBQ) all beverages including draft beer. There will be all kinds of raffle prizes and live music at the dinner.

All checks made out to Friends of 2083. For non golfers dinner ticket are available for $20 each or $35 per couple.

Contact Jeff Hippley for golf questions 419-503-0575 or Greg Hall 419-656-6501 for General questions. Mathews Ford has graciously agreed to be the Main Event Sponsor and all hole in one prize Sponsor.

Norwalk Park and Recreation Center for more information on any activities visit the website: or call 419-663-6775

NEW **YOUTH DANCE CLASSES** – Dance classes are now available at the Recreation Center for your little one.  If your child would like to try something new without having a large financial obligation and large time commitments, this is a great place to start.  The next classes to be offered will run Saturday mornings, March 3-April 7.  Visit for more class information.The classes offered are as follows;Hip Hip  (8-12yrs)                               9:30AMCheer Technique  (7-10yrs).Indoor Soccer (Age 5yr – 6th Grade)– Still accepting late registration.  The most popular sport in the world brought indoors.  We use our Perkins Family Gym, with its close walls, for high speed action.   Games will be March – Mid April.FRIDAY FUN NIGHT –  Don’t let the cold keep your child on the couch.  Parent’s drop the children off for a night of fun activities and contests just for students and their friends.  Fun Nights are for youth 4-6th grade.  Activities may vary from week to week but may include roller skating, kickball, dodgeball, swimming, karaoke, minute to win it games, and topics from our ‘IMPACT’ program.  Join us on Fridays from 6:00-8:00 PM.  Cost is $4 per student. ($5 fee starting 2/1)   **Students must bring in grade card for age verification for first time visit.  Emergency medical form required to be filled out for each child**
Sandusky Cultural Center- 

Metamorphosis- February 18th – March 25th

Artist on display include:

Ken Arthur – Diane Britt – Marsha Gray Carington – Josh Haplea – Nina Vivian Huryn – Stephan Kasner – Gregg Mello – Andy Shannon – Mark Yasenchack

Sandusky Lions Club and Sandusky Lions Club Fund for the Blind of Erie County Broom Sale $4 – $12 each or buy in quantities to get a discount.  Household brooms, Large Angle and Warehouse brooms, Deck mops and much more. This is a continued fundraiser.

The Lions Club has been a strong vital non-profit community organization for the last 90 years.  Existing to enhance the quality of life for the visually impaired by providing eye exams, glasses, eye related treatment, travel assistance, low vision machines and white canes for persons of low-income and culturally diversified individuals of any age, in order to foster the productivity of the sight-impaired, while believing in our commitment to actively serve the community ensuring the principals of the “Knights of the Blind” are preserved.

There are also many secondary agencies and organizations that benefit from the support of the Lions Club Fundraisers.

The Brooms Sale used to be done by members going door to door in neighborhoods.  Through your support of our brooms sales, 100% of the net proceeds support local persons and organizations.

To get your Broom order form or for questions call Fred Fogle at 419-239- 3997

Vermilion VFW Post 7576, Poorman Rd., Vermilion – Every Friday night Fish Fry & more! Open to the public from 5 – 8 p.m.
The Community Prevention Partners are offering free drug test kits to parents in the community. The drug test kits are free & can be picked up anonymously at the following locations: Huron County General Health District, 180 Milan Ave., Norwalk from 8 – 4:30 p.m., anytime at the Fisher-Titus Medical Center Emergency Room, Mercy Hospital Emergency Room and the Bellevue Fire Department. Only adults over 18 years of age can pick up drug test kits.
The Firelands Coastal Tributaries Volunteer Stream Monitoring Program is looking for monitors to collect grab samples from Pipe, Mills, Sawmill and Old Woman Creeks in Erie County.  Volunteers are also needed to test pH, temperature, dissolved oxygen, turbidity and nutrients.  For more information, contact Erie Conservation District at 419-626-5211 or go to
The American Legion post 514 in Willard invites the public to their Friday night dinners. They begin at 5:00pm and run through 7:30pm. There is also a drawing that is held at 9:00pm on Friday nights.
Firelands Counseling and Recovery Services are now offering Vivitrol, a monthly medication that blocks the feeling substance addiction gives. Vivitrol is not addictive, or a narcotic. It will not prolong or substitute opioid dependence or cause withdrawal when stopped. Those who take Vivitrol will also be enrolled in counseling.  To be eligible for the new program the addicted patient must be 18 years or age, and not taken any opioid for 7-10 days, must be seeking assistance for relapse prevention, and open to receiving counseling. To learn more about the medication-assisted treatment program, visit health.
Four county Recovery will be holding meetings Monday evenings beginning at 7pm, and Thursday mornings beginning at 10am for those struggling with addiction and their families. Meetings are held in at the Norwalk Rec Center and for more information call Rory at 614-907-1030. Meetings for current and recovered addicts are also held in Bellevue at the City council Chambers Mondays and Wednesdays at 10am and Thursdays at 6pm. Bellevue meetings for family and loved ones are biweekly in the City Council Chambers on Saturdays at 11am.
American Legion Post #547 Monroeville-  Fish Fry every Friday from 11am – 1pm and 5:30 – 8pm.
New Day Family Resource Center in Sandusky is holding Joseph’s Pantry the 3rd Saturday of each month from 11am-2pm. Items available from Second Harvest Food Bank and other donations, to benefit you must bring photo ID and proof of Erie County Residence(bill, mail addressed to you, receipt, etc.). The Center also offers Stay and Play for children of the 1st, 3rd, and 5th Monday of the month from 5:30-7pm and the 2nd and 4th Monday from 11am-12:30pm. Kids are welcome to enjoy many different toys and books. The diaper pantry is also open during these times, but appointments are necessary. Prayer and devotions take place Monday- Thursday beginning at 9:30am as well. For more information about these programs or a full program offerings, schedule a center tour, to donate items or volunteer call 419-626-8730.
Berlin Heights Public Library-

Tuesdays-  Teen Trivia –   3pm – 4pm 
Teens ages 11-18  are welcome at Berlin for a battle of wits! Test your knowledge of book, film, music, and other pop culture related trivia.

Thursday-   Story Time 10:30 – 11:30am
Join us for stories, songs, crafts, and SMART Board activities.

Milan Public Library-   

Tuesdays-  Twist & Shout 10:30am- 11:00am
Swing by the library and groove at our interactive dance party for little ones and their caretakers.


Story Time 10:30am – 11:30am
Join us for stories, songs, crafts and SMARTboard activities.

Art Fix 3-4pm
Join us for combined lectures and hands-on classes as we learn about art movements and styles and try our hand at creating our own works.  Ages 11-18 Registration required

March 9th- Abstract Expressionism      March 23rd- Realism & Roman Portraiture
April 6th- Pointillism                             April 20- Ritual & Ceremonial Masks

March 19th- Strangers on a Train [PG]                      March 28th- To Catch a Thief [PG]

Erie MetroParks- 

Firelands Audubon Society-  Student Art Contest.  This competition is open to all students in grades K-12 in Erie and Huron counties.  Deadline is Friday April 13th.  Entry forms and contest rules can be found at

Mondays-  Walk It Out 5-6pm     Take a nature walk with one of our instructors at designated trails.  See website for current week’s location.

Tuesdays-  Get Fit Club 6-7pm     Zumba is not only a workout it’s a party.  Get ready to dance and have some fun with instructor Patricia Cromer. Please bring a yoga mat.  Osborn MetroPark, Frost Center, Erie Room 3910 Perkins Ave. Huron.

Wednesdays-  MetroPark Hikers 10:30am – 11:30am    Do you enjoy the great outdoors?  Let’s go for a hike with  our guide.

Check the website for this week’s location.

These are just a small amount of the great activities and programs Erie MetroParks offers.   For a full list of programs or events go to the website

Huron Soil and Water Conservation District

Spring Fish for pond stocking and Tree seedling sale

The Huron S.W.C.D. is still taking prepaid orders for White Pine, Colorado Blue Spruce, American Arborvitae, and White Flowering Dogwood tree seedlings while supplies last.  Pickup is April 20th from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. We are sold out of Swamp White Oak and American Elderberry.

The prepaid fish for pond stocking order deadline is April 5, 2018, while pickup is Thursday, April 12, 2018, at 2:30 p.m. Black crappies, Largemouth Bass, Bluegill, Hybrid Bluegill, Channel Catfish, Yellow Perch, Fathead Minnows, Amur, Japanese Koi, and Redear Sunfish are available.

Order forms are available by stopping by the office or logging onto

The location for both pickup dates is behind our office located at 8 Fair Road in Norwalk, OH.

Huron Soil and Water Memorial Scholarship

The Huron Soil and Water Conservation District annually awards a $1,000.00 scholarship. Full time students entering his/her junior or senior year at an accredited four-year college or a second-year student enrolled in an associate degree program from Huron County and pursing an agricultural or natural resource course of study may apply. Eligible students are evaluated on long term goals, academic achievement, community involvement, work related experience, and financial need. More detail and applications can be found at and select the education link followed by the “click form”.  Applications must be submitted by September 7, 2018, while the recipient will be announced by October 30, 2018.



19th Mon Huron Public Library- 

*4:30-6:30pm-  Children’s Craft:  Sponge Gardens, Kindergarten – Grades 6

*6:30pm- Beginning Knitting

*Mystery Book Group- The Drifter, by Nicholas Petrie

20th Tues Huron Public Library- 

10:15am- Lapsit Storytime ages 0-2 with caregiver

11:00am- Toddler Time ages 2-3 with caregiver

11:45am-  Stay and Play ages 2-3 with caregiver

4:30pm-  Craft Corner: Shamrock Craft.  Grades 3 and Older

6:00pm-  Friends “Book Nook” Grand Opening

6:00-8:15pm-  Game Night with Hero Zone’s Matt Morgan

6:30pm- Family Storytime

21st Weds Milan Public Library-

4-5pm Kids in the Kitchen: Waffles-  Stop by the library for hands-on cooking fun. We will be making easy and tasty snacks. This month we will be making waffles. Please note the new time.

6:30 – 7:30pm Adult Book Club-  When Breath Becomes Air-  If you love to read, pick up your copy of our latest book club selection.  This month we are reading “When Breath Becomes Air” by Paul Kalanithi.  Books are available at the desk.

21st Weds Huron Public Library-  

Huron Library

*10:15 am- Toddler Time, ages 2 ½ – 3 ½ with caregiver.

*11:00 am-  Lapsit Storytime, ages 0-2 ½ with caregiver.

*1:30 pm-  Preschool Storytime, ages 3 ½ and older.

*10:00 am – 1:00 pm-  Free Health Screening, Blood Pressure by Firelands Regional Medical Center.  no appointment necessary

*10:00 am–1:00 pm-  Susan G. Komen Information by Firelands Regional Medical Center.

*6:30 pm-8:00 pm-  Euchre Night.

*6:30 pm-8:00 pm-  YarnWorks – Bring a project to knit or crochet; beginners welcome.

*7:00 pm-   Socrates Café, exchange thoughtful ideas and experiences, knowing that we learn when we question. Monthly topic online.

21st Weds Western Reserve High School Auditorium Hidden In Plain Sight Program 

This program will be presented by the Bath and Copley Police Dept.  They set up and actual bedroom of a teenager for parents to view. They talk about what to look for involving drug and alcohol addiction in a child’s room.

There will be a free chili meal from 5:30 – 6pm.  You may “snoop” the room at 6:00-6:15pm. The presentation begins at 6:15pm. Childcare will be provided- NO CHILDREN PERMITTED IN THE SHOW>

21st Weds The Firelands Historical Society Meeting 7pm

The meeting will be held at the Society meeting room at 9 Case St. Norwalk,OH

The program for the evening “Antique Ice Skates” will be presented by Bellevue author, Russell Herner. He will discuss ice skating’s rich heritage with traditions spanning centuries and the globe. He will also show some of his  extensive collection of early skates dating back over 700 years. Copies of Herner’s book “Antique Skates for the Collector” will be available for purchase for $35.  The meeting is open to the public.

21st, 22nd, & 23rd Weds Thurs & Fri Norwalk Childcare Center Inc Silent Basket Auction

Come check out the baskets and place bids.  Baskets will be displayed in the Conference Room at Norwalk Childcare Center 120 Shady Lane Dr. Norwalk
Wednesday and Thursday 6am – 6pm          Friday  6am – 5pm

OPEN TO THE PUBLIC  Bids close Friday March 23rd at 5pm

For more information call 419-668-8387

22nd Thurs Berlin Public Library-  

3:30 – 4:30pm Get in the Game– Stop by and join us for group games that are fun for all ages.

6:30-7:30pm Adult Book Club- When Breath Becomes Air-  If you love to read, pick up your copy of our latest book club selection.  This month we are reading “When Breath Becomes Air” by Paul Kalanithi.  Books are available at the desk.

22nd Thurs Milan Public Library- Teen Advisory Board 6-7pm

Is there a library program you’d love to attend?  Have suggestions to improve the teen area?  Join teen librarian Mackenzie at our Teen Advisory Board meeting and share ideas on how to make the library the best it can be.

23rd Fri Christian Singles Fellowship-  Dinner & Movie 6pm

Taking place at Columbus Ave Methodist Church 2401 Columbus Ave  meet at the Fellowship Hall

Please bring a donation!!!

23rd Fri Norwalk Masonic Center All You Can Eat Spaghetti Dinner 5-7pm

Dinner will be served with salad, beverage and dessert.

Cost:  Adults- $10          Children-$5

Served at 319 E Main St. Norwalk

23rd Fri The Willows at Willard  Fish Fry Fundraiser 11:00am – 12:30pm

Donation based fundraiser of Lake Erie Perch Dinner

Carry-Out Only     RSVP by calling 419-935-6511 and ask for Emma

ALL proceeds to benefit the Starfish Project of Huron County

24th Sat Edison High School Music Boosters presents 21st Annual Reverse Raffle

Doors open at 5pm     Dinner at 6pm       Drawing at 7pm

Mesenburg Plaza Place 545 Cleveland Road West  Huron, OH

For ticket information:
Edison Musical Department 419-499-4652 Ext. 1009 OR

$100 Donation Includes:
Admission and Dinner for Two  & 17 Cash Prizes including the $10,000 cash prize

24th Sat Milan Public Library- You Can Brew It! An Intro to Home Brewing 12-1pm

Curious about the home brewing movement sweeping the nation? Longing to make your own beer at home? Don’t miss the program.  Lyle Fisher will introduce how to get started and what equipment is needed, as well as share advice from his own experience.  Have fun and leave with a thirst for brewing.

24th Sat The Endowment Fund for Norwalk City Schools 17th annual A Celebration of the Arts event

Presented by Fisher-Titus Medical Center, will be held at the Ernsthausen Performing Arts Center in Norwalk

6:30pm- Reception including petite appetizers & desserts, Norwalk City Schools
Art Exhibit featuring Best in Class Art Students (K-12), Drama Department performing the 2017 musical highlights and Orchestra Students String Quartet accompaniment.

8:00pm- The Speakeasy Jazz Cats,  Dusty Tovsen and his musicians will bring Dixieland style jazz straight from the streets of New Orleans.

For more information on the event please visit the fund’s Facebook page at
or contact gala chairpersons Mollie Wetherill at (419)660-6511 or
Jennifer Evans at (419) 668-1469.

Tickets are $30, $60,  and student tickets are $15.

24th Sat Bismark Senior/Community Center Easter Egg Hunt 10:00am

The Easter egg hunt will take place at the Center 5582 Bismark Rd., Bellevue, OH

25th Sun Huron Public Library-

*1:00 pm-  Chess, all ages, all abilities welcome.

25th Sun Norwalk Masonic Center All You Can Eat Pancake & Sausage Breakfast 8am – Noon

Carry-Outs Available      Cost: Adults- $6             Children-$3

Served at 319 E Main St. Norwalk

25th Sun Sandusky Mall Sensory – Friendly Bunny Time 9am – 11am

In Partnership with the Erie County Board of Developmental Disabilities

Families of children with disabilities know that a trip to a shopping mall can be challenging—crowded stores, loud music and long lines can make the experience especially difficult.  The Sandusky Mall wants to give children with special needs time with the Easter Bunny on Sunday, March 25 from 9am – 11am. 

26th Mon Milan Public Library-

10-11am Milan’s Morning Moment- The Last Mrs. Parrish
Join us for a cup of coffee, muffin and book discussion about The Last Mrs. Parrish by Liv Constantine. This book discussion is a great way to start off what would otherwise be an ordinary Monday. Meet new people as you take time for yourself! All are welcome.

11-12:30pm & 6-7:30pm DIY Cricut Custom Tote Bags  Registration Required
Create a custom tote bag from a selection of designs made with help from our Cricut die cutting machine. Class size is limited.  Call 419-499-4117, Ext 110 to register.

27th Tues Milan Public Library- Tabletop Takeover! Board Game Night

Board games have changed a lot since the days of Monopoly.  Drop by the library to check out some new classics like Catan, Takenoko or Elder Sign.

27th Tues Huron Public Library-

*10:15 am-  Lapsit Storytime, ages 0-2 ½ with caregiver.

*11:00 am-  Toddler Time, ages 2 ½ – 3 ½ with caregiver.

*6:00 pm-8:15 pm –  Game Night with Hero Zone’s Matt Morgan.

*6:30 pm-  Family Storytime.

28th Weds Huron Public Library- 

*10:15am-  Toddler Time, ages 2 ½ – 3 ½ with caregiver.

*11:00am-  Lapsit Storytime, ages 0-2 ½ with caregiver.

*1:30pm-  Preschool Storytime, ages 3 ½ and older.

*3:00pm-  Director’s Cut: Non-Fiction Book Group – The Botany of Desire, by Michael Pollan.

*6:30 pm-8:00 pm-  YarnWorks – Bring a project to knit or crochet; beginners welcome.

28th Weds Huron County Bears vs. Celebrity All-Stars of Huron Co. Basketball Game 6pm

Hosted by Huron County Board of Developmental Disabilities

Come watch two great go head-to-head to celebrate Developmental Disabilities Awareness Month!  The game will be held at Norwalk High School Main Gym.

Your donation of canned goods and other non-perishable items will be accepted at the door, with all proceed to benefit Salvation Army of Norwalk.

Our self-advocate group will be operating the concession stand, selling pizza, shredded chicken sandwiches, beverages, candy, chips and other snacks.

Staff will be selling 50/50 tickets and taking fan orders for game t-shirts (as worn by the players, with the same artwork pictured in the flyer).

Halftime entertainment will be provided by Baton Academy Twirlers of Norwalk, and Huron County Commissioner Skip Wilde will once again serve as announcer (and provide lots of in-game entertainment with his color commentary!)

 29th Thurs Berlin Public Library-  

3-4pm Perler Palooza- Join us for an afternoon of Perler bead crafting.  Use colorful beads to create magnets or keychains in your favorite 8-bit-style shapes.  Material will be provided.  Ages 12-18

3:30-4:30pm Book Bites: Wishtree- Readers ages 8-12 are welcome to join us for snack and chat about a great book.  Please pick up a copy of Katherine Applegate’s Wishtree at the front desk

29th Thurs Sandusky Area YMCA & HIO Early Intervention’s FREE Community Easter Egg Hunt 5pm

Join us for our 3rd Annual Community Easter Egg Hunt.  There will be hundreds of candy-filled eggs for the kids to find. This event is FREE and open to the community.  Invite your friends and family.  For toddlers through 4th grade (10 yrs old). Taking place at the YMCA 2101 W. Perkins Ave Sandusky, OH

Staff from Early Intervention will be there to help the 0-3 age group.

Please register by calling Jessi at 419-502-4148

29th Thurs Huron Public Library-

*9:00am – 4:00pm-  Free Tax Filing Workshop through the Ohio Benefit Bank.

*6:30pm-  Symbols Matter: The Cleveland Indians and Chief Wahoo.

30th Fri Milan Public Library-  Hope Into Easter (Make & Take Craft) 3:30 -4:30pm

Don’t spend you day off school at home – join us in the library for a fun Easter craft.  This craft is great for ages 3-8.

30th Fri Huron United Methodist Church Good Friday Services 12:15pm

Huron pastors will be officiating the service at 338 Williams St. Huron, OH. Immediately after the service, The Walking The Path of Christ will begin at the church and proceed through Huron to the Huron Community Prayer Path and Labyrinth.

Re-Enactments along the way will enhance the remembrance of the journey to the cross.

30th Fri Victory Kitchen 26th Annual Easter Give A Way 12 – 3pm

Good Friday a FREE dinner will be served at 1613 Hayes Ave. Sandusky, OH

FREE Easter Baskets for Ages 12 and Under

FREE Bag of Food

FREE Kids Coats

FREE Personal Hygiene Bags for ALL Ages

For more information call 419-627-8732

31st Sat Erie MetroParks 21st Annual Butterfly Identification & Monitoring Workshop.   Registration deadline is March 31st   Limited to 120 people

This workshop is sponsored and put on by the Ohio Lepidopterists, ONDR and Ohio Biological Survey, along with Erie MetroParks.

The primary function of this workshop is to teach butterfly identification.  There will be session on setting up  a butterfly transect, moth identification, caterpillar raising, butter gardening and population trends.

Cost:  $15 and includes lunch and materials or $5 for just materials

Taking place at Osborn MetroPark, Frost Center, 3910 Perkins Ave, Huron

To Register contact Jerry Wiedmann at 440-413-3778 or get a registration form at http://www,

31st Sat Norwalk Lions Club Easter Egg Hunt 12:30pm

Children ages Toddler through 4th Grade are welcome to attend the Norwalk Lion’s Club Annual Egg Hunt, sponsored by Norwalk Lions Club, Wal-Mart and hosted by Norwalk Parks & Recreation.
Bring your camera for a picture with the bunny.  With nearly 300 Dozen eggs filled with candy and 200 prize bags no child will leave empty handed.  A special “Thank you” to Norwalk Fire Department, Senior Enrichment Services, Carriage House, Norwalk Memorial Home & Twilight Gardens for their assistance.


Activities: 12:30 for ALL Ages

(Face Painting, Tatoos, Easter Bunny, Games, Coloring Contest and more)  Activities end at 1:45pm for the egg hunts and re-open from 3-4pm

Egg Hunts:

2pm- Ages 2 and Under                                     2:15pm- Preschool 3-5 yrs

2:30pm- Grades K – 1st                                       2:45pm-  Grades 2nd- 4th

Location: Baines Park in Norwalk  NO REGISTRATION NEEDED BUT DON’T BE LATE!

 4th Weds Milan Public Library Sensory Storytime 11am -12pm

Come join the staff from Early Intervention and the Milan Public Library for a morning of fun spring sensory activities.

We will have sensory bins, a craft and more!

Anyone between the ages of 0 and 3

Please call Jessi at 419-502-4148 to register. All family members are welcome to attend this event.

8th Sun Bismark Senior Community Center Breakfast 8 – 11am

Being served is:  ham, sausage links, home fries, scrambled eggs, pancakes, waffles, sausage gravy over biscuits and more.

50/50                         Donations will be taken to the local food banks

This will be the last breakfast until October.

11th Weds The Sandusky Concert Association presents: The Mirari Brass Quintet 7pm

Engaging and eclectic, the Mirari Brass Quintet brings a spirit of joyful collaboration and innovation to music spanning many centuries and genres.  The commissioners of multiple new works for brass, the group performs a spectacular tight-rope act, balancing intensity with levity and refined virtuosity with pure fun.

For more information visit

Taking place at the Zion Lutheran Church 503 Columbus Ave, Sandusky, OH

Tickets $15 available at the door

14th Sat Rave for Recovery 6-9:30pm

Youth grades 6th – 12th

Come out to the Huron County Fair Grounds Expo Building 940 Fair Rd. Norwalk,OH.   Proceeds go to Huron County Peer Recovery Community Center.

Featuring-  TeeLow ~ SilverSyde ~ Egypt Speaks ~ I Defiance ~ Aaliyah Warnke

Tickets are $10  Doors open at 5pm

For more information or tickets call 419-668-8649

Sponsors: Huron County Mental Health and Addiction Services Board, The Foundation Church, Extol of Ohio, Friendship Food, Lake Erie Construction, and many more.

 15th Sun Rochester Volunteer Fire Department Pancake Breakfast 8am – 1pm

Taking place at the Rochester Rod & Gun Club

Menu: Pancakes, Sausage, Scrambled Eggs, Coffee & Orange Drink

$5 Donation for Child              $7 Donation for Adult

Take Out Available             50/50

17th Tues Dine In or Take Out at Jim’s Pizza Box (Milan) for Abigail’s Pregnancy Services 11am – 11pm

A percentage of food sales on this day will go to providing valuable services for clients and their children at Abigail’s Pregnancy Services.

Visit Abigail’s on the web at:  or


21st Sat Earth Week 2018 5K Run/Walk & Fun Run 

The course will begin on Seminary Street, behind Main Street School (80 East Main St, Norwalk) and will finish in the same location. Awards will be presented to top male/female overall and first and second place various age groups. All walkers & Fun Run participants will receive a tree. Awards for the top three walkers, and Fun Run participants will also receive a finish ribbon for participating.

Click on the link above to be transferred to the registration sheet available on the website. Registration forms can be turned in at the Norwalk Rec, 100 Republic St, Norwalk or mailed in with payment.

Questions regarding this event should be directed to Niki Cross, Recreation Director, 419-663-6775 ext 26 or

Race Day Registration will be available starting at 7:30am.     Race starts at 9am.

Early Bird Registration $15   Day of Race $20
Make checks payable to: The City of Norwalk

The Fun Run is FREE following the race for Kids 10 yrs and younger.

22nd Sun Earth Day Extravaganza at Osborn MetroPark 11am – 4pm

Food Trucks, Archery, Rain Barrels & More

Also be sure to participate in the Family Challenge. The first 50 people to complete the challenge will receive a free tree sapling.

Presented by: Erie County Recycling, Erie MetroParks & Erie District Conservation District

Sponsored By: Friends of Old Woman Creek Huron, OH  & First Energy

 29th Sun Huron River Joint Fire District Chicken BBQ 11am

Dinners are $10 each and all proceeds benefit the HRJFD  Volunteer Fire Department.


12th Sat Spaghetti Dinner, Dance & Karaoke at Berlin Township Farmers & Hunters Conservation Club 

Dinner will be served from 5-7PM and will include Spaghetti, Meat Sauce, Salad and Breadsticks.

Music by DJ Artie will start at 7pm and go until 11pm
B.Y.O.B and B.Y.O.S (snacks during the music)

A $10 Donation is suggested for admission

50/50 raffles will be held throughout the night… with all proceeds being donated to the Berlin Heights Community Center.

12th Sat Perkins Community Fun Day presented by Crystal Tower Women’s and Children’s Shelter

Raffles ~ Food ~ Vendors ~ Games ~  Community Resource Booths

Admission $7

Taking place at the Perkins High School Football Stadium 3714 Campbell St., Sandusky, OH

LIVE music by Ancient Elephant and much more

Proceeds benefit Crystal Tower Women’s and Children’s Shelter and Perkins Schools

13th Sun


28th Mon

Thank you to all the fallen Veterans for their service!