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Dog Park

The Hancock Park District (HPD) is scheduled to close the Field of Dreams Dog Park from Friday, April 21, through Thursday, May 1. During that time, the popular canine-and-companion recreation facility at Riverbend Recreation Area will be updated with a contained waste disposal system as well as a new fence. In the event of inclement weather, the start date may be postponed until conditions permit the start of construction. For complete information about the Field of Dreams Dog Park, view www.HancockParks.com under the “Your Parks” section or call the park office at 419-425-7275.  

Feed A Child

 

Free Lunch

 

St. Mike’s Peewee Players

St. Mike’s Peewee Players
Summer Camp
June 5- June 10, 2017

Monday- Thursday 9am to 3pm
Friday 12pm through the performance
Saturday from 11am through
performance and breakdown


Open to students entering grades 1-
12 in ’17- ’18 school year. St. Michael’s is proud to provide our fifth Summer Camp in conjunction with the Missoula Children’s Theatre (MCT)! This fun, fast paced camp will allow young actors to work with and learn from professional directors from MCT, while staging a full production of the musical, Gulliver’s Travels . Also, there will be a variety of fun, unique and super cool performing arts workshops. From accents to stage make-up from props to line delivery and everything in between, we will keep the kids busy and happy!

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Accept the 2017 Blanchard River Challenge

          

                The Hancock Park District (HPD) is facilitating a series of self-guided float trips with HPD Shuttle Service this spring that cover approximately 37.6 miles of the Blanchard River from Blanchard River Nature Preserve to Blanchard Landing. Cost is $20 per person, per trip, and preregistration is necessary.

          • TRIP 1: April 29 will begin with a paddle through Blanchard River Nature Preserve and later along the border of parks, conservation areas, and Riverbend Recreation Area. It is an enjoyable day trip at 20.9 miles. Canoeists and kayakers should plan on portaging one dam near the Findlay reservoir. If the water level is too low to support boating or if too many obstacles exist in the form of fallen trees, an alternative 3-hour, 9.3-mile float trip from Liberty Landing to Blanchard Landing will be offered. Approximate time: 7 hours.

          • TRIP 2: May 6 will be a scenic and fun float west of Riverbend Recreation Area and then along the border of conservation areas and parks and through downtown Findlay. It is an enjoyable, physically challenging trip at 16.7 miles with up to six potential portages around three dams and three rock fields, including a long portage at the waterfall near Riverside Park. Approximate time: 6 hours.

          • TRIP 3: May 13 is a popular half-day trip. At 9.3 miles, it is scenic, it has no foreseeable obstacles or portages, and there are bends, narrow sections, and riffles to make it interesting and fun. Wildlife sightings are commonplace. If the water level is too low to support boating or if too many obstacles exist in the form of fallen trees, the trip will be cancelled. Approximate time: 3 hours

          • TRIP 4: May 20 & May 21 is a two-day float trip that includes up to seven potential portages around dams and rock fields with six potential portages on the second day alone, including a long portage at the waterfall near Riverside Park. Canoeists and kayakers will paddle 20.9 miles on the first day and 16.7 miles on the second day.

          Canoeists and kayakers will have the opportunity to see wildlife, enjoy scenic beauty, and in some cases, test their strength, stamina, and perseverance. It is a wonderful way to spend quality time together in the great outdoors.

          For complete information about Blanchard River Challenge: Self-Guided Float Trips and other upcoming programs and events, view the HPD Seasonal Program & Event Guide at www.HancockParks.com under the “What’s New” section, visit our park “Calendar” or call the park office at 419-425-7275.
 

Art Camp

 

Imagination

 

Snapology

 

Soccer

 

Awakening Minds

 

International Exchange


NAMI

 

Kids Shop

 

Pacesetter Soccer Club South

 

BGSU Financial Literacy Camp 2017 – Apply Now!

MEMO for Parent Newsletter:

Attention 7th & 8th Grade Parents:

BGSU Financial Literacy Camp 2017 – Apply Now!

Falcon Millionaires is a week-long financial literacy day camp held at Bowling Green State University. This camp teaches the importance of finances and is aligned with the middle grades content standards in financial literacy and career development. 

Topics covered during this camp will include: Philanthropy, Banking, Budgeting, Investing, Career/Business Development, Interviewing Techniques, Networking, and Public Speaking. 

Sessions will be held June 12th – 16th and June 26th – June 30th.  Camp registration is $150 per camper, which includes a t-shirt, a flash-drive of the week’s activities, field trips to local businesses, the opportunity to interact with entrepreneurs, and a VISA/debit card to teach budgeting and allow students to purchase lunches and snacks for the week.

Students must be entering the 8th or 9th grade in Fall 2017 to attend. For more information visit our website or contact Jane Clinard jclinar@bgsu.edu or 419/372-7795.  

 

All Abilities Day

 

Findlay Rotary Club

The Findlay Rotary Club is currently seeking local families interested in hosting an international exchange student for the 2017-2018 school year, as well as area high school students ages 15-18 interested in going on an International Youth Exchange for the 2017-2018 School Year.  Scholarship opportunities are available for outbound students interested in going on Exchange.

This unique educational and cultural experience has been supported by Rotary International for over 60 years. The relationships you can form through Youth Exchange will be ones that will last a lifetime!

If you have an interest in learning more about opportunities available through Rotary Youth Exchange please visit http://rotarydistrict6600.org/rye  or you can contact:

Chris Alexander

Youth Exchange Chair

Findlay Rotary Club

419-722-9607

calexander@e-fnb.com

 

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