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Community Events

Every 1st and 3rd Thursday throughout the year – OHgo hosts a Mobile food pantry, offering up free groceries including non-perishables, meat, eggs, milk, produce and more. These pantry’s will be at Churchwell Park in Sandusky from 4pm until 4:40pm, New Jerusalem Church in Sandusky from 4:50pm until 5:30pm, and then at Orlando Pace Park in Sandusky from 5:50pm until 6:30pm.

Every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday – OHgo will be distributing free food including fresh produce, perishable food items, breads and more. They’ll be at the OHgo Warehouse in Sandusky. The truck arrives between 9:45am and 10:15am, distributing starts shortly after.

Now through the 24th – The American Red Cross is in need of blood donations, and they are offering anyone who donates a $10 e-gift card to a pet supply merchant of choice as well as automatically entering them for a chance to win a $3,000 gift card. To schedule an appointment please visit RedCrossBlood.org or you can use the Red Cross Blood Donor App.

March 2024

Friday 1st It’s a Fish Fry dinner at the LaGrange Ohio Lions Club. Perch dinners, shrimp dinners, and hot dog dinners are all available. They come with French fries and coleslaw. Dinners are every Friday now through the end of March from 4:30pm until 7:30pm. There will also be 50/50s, and Super 50/50s with the winner drawn on March 29th. Dinners are drive-thru and cash only. 

Friday 1st – The American Red Cross is holding blood drives at Trinity Lutheran Church in Monroeville from 11am until 5pm and at Sawmill Creek Resort in Huron from noon until 6pm. To schedule an appointment please visit RedCrossBlood.org or you can use the Red Cross Blood Donor App.

Friday 1st – The Christian Singles Fellowship is doing a dinner and bowling night with a 6pm meet up at Berardi’s in Huron. After dinner they will be going to Riverview Lanes, for some bowling. For more information, please call 419-433-0085.

Friday 1st – The Huron Public Library is hosting Firelands Regional Medical Center from 10am until noon for free screenings including blood pressure tests, information about breast health for both men and women, and assistance scheduling mammograms. For more information, please call 419-433-5009.

Friday 1st – It’s Preschool Storytime at the Milan Public Library from 10:30am until 11am. Listen to stories, sing, dance and make crafts. For children ages 2 through 5. For more information, please call 419-499-4117.

Friday 1st – It’s Music & Movement at the Norwalk Public Library from 10am until 10:30am. Develop large motor and listening skills while exercising the body and mind. For children ages 2 through 5. For more information, please call 419-668-6063.

Friday 1st – Sandusky Central Catholic School is having their Fish Fry Fridays with Lake Erie Perch from 4pm until 7:30pm at the Holy Angels Parish Hall. Dinners are $22. 

Saturday 2nd and Sunday 3rd – Wakeman Maple Farms is holding an open house from 10am until 5pm on both days. You can experience the process of making syrup from tapping trees to bottling. There will also be local shops and vendors available. Please dress for the weather and mud.

Saturday 2nd – OHgo is holding a mobile pantry drive-thru at Margaretta elementary school from 9am until 10am.  

Saturday 2nd – It’s Chess with Paul Sherwood at the Huron Public Library from 10am until noon. Everyone is welcome to join local chess enthusiast Paul Sherwood, who is available as instructor or competitor. Come for fun or to improve your game. This program is open to all ages and abilities. For more information, please call 419-433-5009.

Saturday 2nd – It’s the Dungeons & Dragons Club at the Norwalk Public Library from 11am until 1pm. Embark on a quest in a fantasy realm where your fate depends on the roll of the dice and the only limit is your imagination. Adventurers of any skill level are welcome. Registration is required. For 6th through 12th grades. For more information, please call 419-668-6063.

Saturday 2nd – It’s the Friends of the Library Book Sale at the Milan Public Library from 9:30am until 2pm. Looking to add items to your home library? Make sure you swing by the Friends of the Library Book Sale in the Milan library community room to check out the huge selection of books, DVDs, and CDs available to make a part of your collection. For more information, please call 419-499-4117.

Sunday 3rd – The Townsend Township Firefighters Association is having a breakfast buffet from 8am until noon at the Townsend Town Hall. The menu includes pancakes, sausage patties and links, bacon, fried potatoes, scrambled eggs, and biscuits and gravy. Donations will be accepted.

Sunday 3rd – It’s the 33rd Annual Western Reserve Toy and Collectible Show at the Western Reserve Elementary School from 9am until 3pm. Admission is $3, children 12 and under are free. There will be farm toys, dolls, sports cards, wood toys, and much more. Parking is free and lunch is available.

Monday 4th – It’s Twist & Shout at the Berlin Heights Public Library from 10:30am until 11am. Dance, sing, and play instruments with your friends! This program is intended for children under 5 and their caregivers.

– 3pm – 3:30pm. Mellow Mondays. For ages 8 through 14.

– 3:30pm – 4pm. Teen Advisory Board. For more information, please call 419-499-4117.

Monday 4th – It’s “What’s Cooking?” at the Milan Public Library from 6pm until 7pm. This month is all about potatoes – mashed, boiled, fried, cooked in a stew… So bring an old or new favorite potato dish to share with the group! Registration is required. For more information, please call 419-499-4117.

Monday 4th – It’s Mahjong Mondays at the Huron Public Library starting at 11:30am. Join local players for friendly games. Beginners are welcome. For more information, please call 419-433-5009.

Tuesday 5th – The Grace Church in Sandusky is hosting the BGSU Men’s Chorus starting at 7pm. This concert is free.  

Tuesday 5th – It’s a Suncatcher craft with the Norwalk Public Library AT the Enrichment Center for Huron County from 10am until 11am. Transform CDs into suncatchers using duct tape and glass paint. Registrations must be made by calling 419-668-6245.

– 4:30pm – 5:30pm. Kids in the Kitchen. Prepare moon pies for the upcoming solar eclipse. For 1st through 6th grades. Registration is required. For more information, please call 419-668-6063.

Tuesday 5th – It’s Stay & Play at the Milan Public Library from 10am until 10:45am. Use music along with large- and small-motor movement to engage in a fun atmosphere that encourages care givers and children to foster early learning through play. For children ages 1 through 4.

– 4pm – 4:30pm. Paws to Read. For kindergarten through 6th grades. For more information, please call 419-499-4117.

Tuesday 5th – It’s the Stitch Niche Crochet Club at the Huron Public Library starting at 3pm. Do you love to crochet, or would you like to learn how? Teens and adults can join in on the crochet craze and meet up and share current yarn projects, get help from library staff, or just enjoy being in the company of other crafters. Bring a project or start a new one. Supplies will be provided. For teens and adults.

– 6:30pm Family Storytime. For more information, please call 419-433-5009.

Wednesday 6th – The American Red Cross is holding a blood drive at the Norwalk Eagles from 9am until 2pm. To schedule an appointment please visit RedCrossBlood.org or you can use the Red Cross Blood Donor App.

Wednesday 6th – It’s time to Dine out for the FUND of it with the Norwalk Area United Fund at The Buckeye Pub. A portion of the proceeds for the night will be donated to the United Fund’s 2024 Campaign “Give S’more.”

Wednesday 6th – It’s Babies and Toddler Time at the Huron Public Library at 10am OR 11am. Bring your little ones to the library and join Miss Melissa for stories, songs, and fun!

– 1:30pm. Preschool Storytime. These storytimes engage your little ones in a variety of ways that stimulate the development of early literacy skills through books, flannel boards, songs, stories, and much more.

– 5:30pm. Writers Group. All levels of writers are welcome. For more information, please call 419-433-5009.

Wednesday 6th – The Huron County Humane Society is Hosting Bingo Night at the Norwalk Eagles Club 711. Doors open at 4:30pm and early bird bingo starts at 5:30pm. There will be cash prizes, pull tabs, and food. This event is open to the public, ages 18 and up to play.

Thursday 7th – OHgo is hosting several mobile food pantries, offering free groceries including non-perishables, meat, eggs, milk, produce and more. The locations will be at Churchwell Park in Sandusky from 4pm until 4:40pm, New Jerusalem Church in Sandusky from 4:50pm until 5:30pm, and then at Orlando Pace Park in Sandusky from 5:50pm until 6:30pm. 

Thursday 7th – It’s the “Nailed It!” Library Snack Challenge at the Milan Public Library from 6pm until 6:45pm. Teens and tweens are invited to join this food-centric series. This month you can make Pot’O’Gold chocolate covered Oreos. This event is for 4th through 12th grades. Registration is required. For more information, please call 419-499-4117.

Thursday 7th – It’s the Girls Who Code Coding Club at the Huron Public Library starting at 4pm. Interested in coding and making new friends? Join GWC! This club aims to close the gender gap in science and technology by teaching computer skills to girls in a supportive environment. Boys may also register. Participants should attend all dates. For 6th through 9th grades.

– 4pm. Lego Builders Club. Registration is encouraged.

– 6:30pm. – 8pm. April 2024 Total Solar Eclipse: A NASA Lewis Program. Participants will receive a free pair of eclipse glasses. Registration is required. For more information, please call 419-433-5009.

Thursday 7th – It’s an Author Talks event at the Berlin Heights Public Library from 6:30pm until 7:30pm. Join Mark Strecker as he discusses his recently published book, Lost Ohio Treasure, which traces the history of treasure hunting and takes a critical look at Ohio’s own lost treasure myths. For more information, please call 419-499-4117.

Thursday 7th – It’s StoryTime at the Norwalk Public Library from 10am until 10:30pm. Encourage a love of reading and learning as the library introduces your little ones to books, rhymes, and songs. For children up to age 5. For more information, please call 419-668-6063.

Friday 8thIt’s a Fish Fry dinner at the LaGrange Ohio Lions Club. Perch dinners, shrimp dinners, and hot dog dinners are all available. They come with French fries and coleslaw. Dinners are every Friday now through the end of March from 4:30pm until 7:30pm. There will also be 50/50s, and Super 50/50s with the winner drawn on March 29th. Dinners are drive-thru and cash only. 

Friday 8th – It’s Preschool Storytime at the Milan Public Library from 10:30am until 11am. Listen to stories, sing, dance and make crafts. For children ages 2 through 5. For more information, please call 419-499-4117.

Friday 8th – Sandusky Central Catholic School is having their Fish Fry Fridays with Lake Erie Perch from 4pm until 7:30pm at the Holy Angels Parish Hall. Dinners are $22. 

Friday 8th – The American Red Cross is holding a blood drive at Firelands Health in Sandusky from 11am until 5pm. To schedule an appointment please visit RedCrossBlood.org or you can use the Red Cross Blood Donor App.

Saturday 9th – The Christian Singles Fellowship is taking a trip to the Fremont Flea Market. They’ll be having a carpool meet up at the North Point Baptist Church at 10am. Dinner is planned for Pizza Palace in Fremont afterwards. For more information, please call 419-433-0085.

Saturday 9th – It’s the MBLD Pop-Up Café at the Berlin Heights Public Library from 11am until 1pm. Come celebrate Pi Day early with the library at the monthly community social event, and sample a variety of FREE homemade pies, tarts, and more. FREE while supplies last. 

– 1:30pm – 4pm. Mario Day. Celebrate the world’s most popular plumber with an all-ages Mario Kart tournament. Prizes for 1st, 2nd & 3rd places. For more information, please call 419-499-4117.

Saturday 9th – The Humane Society of Ashland County is having an Adopt-A-Pet event at the Centera Co-op Country Store from 10:30am until 1pm. There will be meet and greet available and informational sessions. Applications to adopt will be available.  

Saturday 9th – It’s G.E.M.S. – Girls Engineering and Making Stuff at the Norwalk Public Library from 10:30am until noon. Head down the rabbit hole and explore air resistance, gravity, and magnetism. You can participate in the parachute pilot challenge for a chance to win a prize. For 3rd through 5th grades. Registration is required. For more information, please call 419-668-6063.

Saturday 9th – It’s the History of Women in Air & Space Talk at the Milan Public Library from noon until 1pm. Join Executive Director Sara Fisher of the International Women’s Air & Space Museum and explore the role of women in aviation and aerospace. Learn about their accomplishments, obstacles, and their enduring legacy. For more information, please call 419-499-4117.

Sunday 10th – It’s Chess with Paul Sherwood at the Huron Public Library from 1am until 3pm. Everyone is welcome to join local chess enthusiast Paul Sherwood, who is available as instructor or competitor. Come for fun or to improve your game. This program is open to all ages and abilities. For more information, please call 419-433-5009.

Sunday 10th – It’s the Bismarck Senior and Community Center’s monthly breakfast from 8am until 11am. There will be ham, sausage, scrambled eggs, home fries, biscuits with sausage gravy, pancakes, waffles, drinks, and more. There will also be a 50/50 drawing and donations are being accepted for the local food banks.

Monday 11thIt’s Flapjack Frenzy at the Norwalk Public Library from 4:30pm until 5:30pm. Make pancake batter and combine flavors and toppings, then design the best pancake art. Registration is required. For 6th through 8th grades. For more information, please call 419-668-6063.

Monday 11th – At the Milan Public Library, it’s open hours for technology assistance from 1pm until 6:30pm. Need help with your new smartphone? Looking to learn about eBooks and digital audiobooks? Curious about Libby? Stop by the library for one-on-one help with your technological needs. Walk-ins are accepted, and reservations are appreciated. For more information, please call 419-499-4117.

Monday 11th – It’s Twist & Shout at the Berlin Heights Public Library from 10:30am until 11am. Dance, sing, and play instruments with your friends! This program is intended for children under 5 and their caregivers.

– 3pm – 3:30pm. Mellow Mondays. For ages 8 through 14. For more information, please call 419-499-4117.

Monday 11th It’s Mahjong Mondays at the Huron Public Library starting at 11:30am. Join local players for friendly games. Beginners are welcome.

-All Day: Take & Make Craft – Sun Dials – Kits are available during operating hours. Registration is required.

– 7pm. Socrates Café. For more information, please call 419-433-5009.

Monday 11th – The Christian Singles Fellowship is holding a planning meeting at 7pm at the North Point Baptist Church. For more information, please call 419-433-0085.

Monday 11th – The American Red Cross is holding blood drives at the Church of the Nazarene in Sandusky from 1pm until 6pm and at Woodlands Elementary School in Huron from 2pm until 7pm. To schedule an appointment please visit RedCrossBlood.org or you can use the Red Cross Blood Donor App.

Tuesday 12th – The American Red Cross is holding a blood drive at the Holy Angels Catholic Church in Sandusky from 1pm until 6pm. To schedule an appointment please visit RedCrossBlood.org or you can use the Red Cross Blood Donor App.

Tuesday 12th – It’s Smartphone basics at the Norwalk Public Library from 1pm until 2pm. Are you getting the most out of your Android or iPhone? Learn how to better navigate features, functions, and settings from Kayla Cicola of Ohio Connectivity Champions. Registration is required.

– 7pm – 8:30pm. Trivia Night AT the Glass Bar with the Norwalk Public Library. For more information, please call 419-668-6063.

Tuesday 12th – It’s Stay & Play at the Milan Public Library from 10am until 10:45am. Use music along with large- and small-motor movement to engage in a fun atmosphere that encourages care givers and children to foster early learning through play. For children ages 1 through 4. For more information, please call 419-499-4117.

Tuesday 12th – It’s the Art Club at the Huron Public Library starting at 3pm. The library will arrange a different still life for local artists in this monthly club. Draw or paint the still life and learn tips from others. Art supplies will not be provided.

– 6:30pm. Family Storytime. For more information, please call 419-433-5009.

Tuesday 12th – It’s Kids in the Kitchen at the Milan Public Library from 4pm until 4:15pm. Join and make a fun and delicious after school snack. This month you can make Leprechaun Hats. For kindergarten through 6th grades. Registration is required.

– 6pm – 7pm. Planner Society: Paper Bag Journals. Registration is required. For more information, please call 419-499-4117.

Wednesday 13th – It’s G.E.M.S. – Girls Engineering and Making Stuff at the Norwalk Public Library from 4:30pm until 6pm. Play with distorted images and reflections in Alice’s Pool of Tears. Participate in the stretchiest stretch challenge for the chance to win a prize. For 3rd through 5th grades.  Registration is required. For more information, please call 419-668-6063.

Wednesday 13th – It’s time to Dine out for the FUND of it with the Norwalk Area United Fund at the Norwalk Eagles. A portion of the proceeds for the night will be donated to the United Fund’s 2024 Campaign “Give S’more.”

Wednesday 13th – It’s Babies and Toddler Time at the Huron Public Library at 10am OR 11am. Bring your little ones to the library and join Miss Melissa for stories, songs, and fun!

– 1:30pm. Preschool Storytime.

– 5:15pm. Rockin’ Readers Book Club. For 3rd through 6th grades. Registration is required.

– 5:15pm. Young Readers Book Club. For 6th through 8th grades. Registration is required.

– 6:30pm. Euchre Night. Join players in the library for pick-up games. Bring a deck of cards if possible. For more information, please call 419-433-5009.

Thursday 14th through Sunday 17th – The Norwalk High School is presenting The Beauty and the Beast musical at the Ernsthausen Performing Arts Center. Show times will be at 7pm on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. Sunday’s show will be at 3pm. Tickets can be purchased online.

Thursday 14th – It’s StoryTime at the Norwalk Public Library from 10am until 10:30pm. Encourage a love of reading and learning as the library introduces your little ones to books, rhymes, and songs. For children up to age 5. For more information, please call 419-668-6063.

Thursday 14th – It’s Pi Day at the Huron Public Library. Students that come in after school can answer a few math questions and get some tasty pie in return. This event runs all day.

– 1pm. Lunchtime Program: Beginning Genealogy with Ed Boose. Registration is required.

– 4pm. Girls Who Code Coding Club. Registration is required. For 6th through 9th grades.

– 6:30pm. Moorhens Irish Music. Celebrate St. Patrick’s Day with some traditional Irish music. Dress up in something green and join the fun. For more information, please call 419-433-5009.

Thursday 14th – The American Red Cross is holding a blood drive at the St Peter Catholic Church in Huron from 12:30pm until 5:30pm. To schedule an appointment please visit RedCrossBlood.org or you can use the Red Cross Blood Donor App.

Friday 15th – The Christian Singles Fellowship is having a St. Patrick’s Party at Karson’s home starting at 6:30pm. Dinner will be kielbasa and sauerkraut. Please bring a dish or beverage to share. For more information, please call 419-433-0085.

Friday 15th – It’s a Fish Fry dinner at the LaGrange Ohio Lions Club. Perch dinners, shrimp dinners, and hot dog dinners are all available. They come with French fries and coleslaw. Dinners are every Friday now through the end of March from 4:30pm until 7:30pm. There will also be 50/50s, and Super 50/50s with the winner drawn on March 29th. Dinners are drive-thru and cash only. 

Friday 15th – Sandusky Central Catholic School is having their Fish Fry Fridays with Lake Erie Perch from 4pm until 7:30pm at the Holy Angels Parish Hall. Dinners are $22. 

Friday 15th – It’s Music & Movement at the Norwalk Public Library from 10am until 10:30am. Develop large motor and listening skills while exercising the body and mind. For children ages 2 through 5. For more information, please call 419-668-6063.

Friday 15th – It’s Preschool Storytime at the Milan Public Library from 10:30am until 11am. Listen to stories, sing, dance and make crafts. For children ages 2 through 5. For more information, please call 419-499-4117.

Saturday 16th – It’s the Huron Fishing Expo at the Mesenburg Plaza Place from 9am until 5pm. There will be vendors, giveaways, free seminars, food and cash bars, and more. Admission is $5, kids 11 and under are free.

Saturday 16th – It’s the Dungeons & Dragons Club at the Norwalk Public Library from 11am until 1pm. Embark on a quest in a fantasy realm where your fate depends on the roll of the dice and the only limit is your imagination. Adventurers of any skill level are welcome. Registration is required. For 6th through 12th grades. For more information, please call 419-668-6063.

Saturday 16th – It’s the Easter on the Farm free family event at Dalton Farms. You can come out at meet the Easter Bunny and the baby lambs. There will also be opportunities for family photos. The event will run from noon until 3pm.

Sunday 17th – The Norwalk Eagles Club #711 is holding a pancake breakfast fundraiser for the Ohio State School for the Blind. It’ll be from 8am until noon. Admission is $10 for adults and $5 for kids 5 and under. The menu includes an omelet station, French toast, sausage, potatoes, biscuits and gravy, coffee, and juice.   

Monday 18th – It’s Twist & Shout at the Berlin Heights Public Library from 10:30am until 11am. Dance, sing, and play instruments with your friends! This program is intended for children under 5 and their caregivers.

– 3pm – 3:30pm. Mellow Mondays. For ages 8 through 14. For more information, please call 419-499-4117.

Monday 18th – It’s Mahjong Mondays at the Huron Public Library starting at 11:30am. Join local players for friendly games. Beginners are welcome.

– 2:45pm – 4:30pm. After School Gaming Club.

– 7pm. Mystery Book Group. New members are always welcome. For more information, please call 419-433-5009.

Tuesday 19th – It’s Stay & Play at the Milan Public Library from 10am until 10:45am. Use music along with large- and small-motor movement to engage in a fun atmosphere that encourages care givers and children to foster early learning through play. For children ages 1 through 4.

– 4pm – 4:30pm. Crafternoon. For kindergarten through 3rd grade. For more information, please call 419-499-4117.

Tuesday 19th – It’s the Essential Pantry at the First Baptist Church in Vermilion, from 11am until 1pm and then from 5pm until 6:30pm. They provide basic, essential items free of charge for people who can’t afford them. Those items include toothbrushes and toothpaste, razorblades, soap, shampoo, feminine hygiene products and more. The pantry is every third Tuesday of each month. You can find more information on their Facebook page

Tuesday 19th – It’s an Author Talk at the Norwalk Public Library from 6pm until 7pm. The Buckeye State is rich in buried treasure stories, but are they true? Take a deep dive with Mark Strecker, author of Ohio Lost Treasure, to uncover which tales are credible and which are not. Registration is required. For more information, please call 419-668-6063.

Tuesday 19th – It’s the Stitch Niche Crochet Club at the Huron Public Library starting at 3pm. Teens and adults can join in on the crochet craze and meet up and share current yarn projects, get help from Library staff, or just enjoy being in the company of other crafters. Bring a project or start a new one. Supplies will be provided.

– 6pm. Chess with Paul Sherwood. All ages and abilities are welcome.

– 6:30pm. Family Storytime. For more information, please call 419-433-5009.

Wednesday 20th – It’s time to Dine out for the FUND of it with the Norwalk Area United Fund at East of Chicago Pizza. A portion of the proceeds for the night will be donated to the United Fund’s 2024 Campaign “Give S’more.”

Wednesday 20th – It’s the Adult Book Club at the Norwalk Public Library from 4:30pm until 5:30pm. This month’s selection is The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides. Books are available at the library.

– 4:30pm – 5: 30pm. Kids Best Book Club Ever. Dragon Rider by Cornelia Funke. For 4th through 7th grades. Registration is required. For more information, please call 419-668-6063.

Wednesday 20th – It’s Babies and Toddler Time at the Huron Public Library at 10am OR 11am. Bring your little ones to the library and join Miss Melissa for stories, songs, and fun!

– 1:30pm. Preschool Storytime. For children ages 3.5 to 5 without a caregiver.

– 4pm. STEAM Team. For kindergarten through 2nd grades. Registration is required.

– 4pm. STEAM Team 2.0. For 3rd through 6th grades. Registration is required.

– 5:30pm. Real Reads Book Group:  Ma and Me by Putsata Reang.

– 5:30pm. Writer’s group. During the second meet up of the month, writers can attend to simply write for one hour among their peers. For more information, please call 419-433-5009.

Thursday 21st – OHgo is hosting several mobile food pantries, offering free groceries including non-perishables, meat, eggs, milk, produce and more. The locations will be at Churchwell Park in Sandusky from 4pm until 4:40pm, New Jerusalem Church in Sandusky from 4:50pm until 5:30pm, and then at Orlando Pace Park in Sandusky from 5:50pm until 6:30pm. 

Thursday 21st – It’s the Girls Who Code Coding Club at the Huron Public Library starting at 4pm. Interested in coding and making new friends? Join GWC! This club aims to close the gender gap in science and technology by teaching computer skills to girls in a supportive environment. Boys may also register. Participants should attend all dates. For 6th through 9th grades.

– 7pm. Book Exchange Book Group. New members are welcome. For more information, please call 419-433-5009.

Thursday 21st – It’s StoryTime at the Norwalk Public Library from 10am until 10:30pm. Encourage a love of reading and learning as the library introduces your little ones to books, rhymes, and songs. For children up to age 5. For more information, please call 419-668-6063.

Friday 22nd – It’s a Fish Fry dinner at the LaGrange Ohio Lions Club. Perch dinners, shrimp dinners, and hot dog dinners are all available. They come with French fries and coleslaw. Dinners are every Friday now through the end of March from 4:30pm until 7:30pm. There will also be 50/50s, and Super 50/50s with the winner drawn on March 29th. Dinners are drive-thru and cash only. 

Friday 22nd – It’s Preschool Storytime at the Milan Public Library from 10:30am until 11am. Listen to stories, sing, dance and make crafts. For children ages 2 through 5. For more information, please call 419-499-4117.

Friday 22nd – Sandusky Central Catholic School is having their Fish Fry Fridays with Lake Erie Perch from 4pm until 7:30pm at the Holy Angels Parish Hall. Dinners are $22. 

Friday 22nd – It’s Strides Toward Wellness at the Sandusky Mall with Firelands Health. The event begins at 9am. They’ll be discussing “Strategies to prevent and treat obesity.” The walk will begin at the food court. Strides Toward Wellness is a monthly doctor-led walk full of health and wellness tips. It’s free and open to all fitness levels. For more information, please call 419-577-7410. 

Saturday 23rd – The Blue Star Lake Eric Shores Mothers are presenting the 8th Annual Spring Craft show at the Bellevue VFW from 10am until 3pm. Come shop the selection of handcraft vendors and get a picture with the Easter Bunny. Lunch will also be available to buy. Admission is $1 and children are free. All proceeds support active-duty service men and women and veterans. 

Saturday 23rd – It’s the City of Willard’s Easter Egg Hunt and Egg Drop at Willard City Park starting at 11:30am. The egg hunt is open to pre-k through 6th grade and the egg drop is open to 5th through 8th grades. There will also be a sensory-free area for those who need it. Come out and see the Easter Bunny!

Saturday 23rd – It’s the Uptown Norwalk Chocolate Walk from 1pm until 4pm. Visitors can buy a ticket from the Norwalk Area Visitor’s Bureau which can get them chocolates from participating businesses as well as entry to a raffle and a tote bag.

Saturday 23rd – It’s the Oak Harbor Annual Easter Egg Hunt in downtown Oak Harbor in Adolphus Kraemer Park starting at 2pm. Children will also be given a number corresponding to a local business for a special Easter surprise. There will also be Golden Egg winner’s and the Easter Bunny will be there for pictures and meet and great.

Saturday 23rd – The First Presbyterian Church in Huron is having their Pancake Breakfast with the Easter Bunny from 8am until noon.  There will also be a magic show by Michael Mage during breakfast. An Easter egg hunt will be at the Huron Boat Basin starting at 1pm. They’ll be accepting donations of cash and canned food.

Saturday 23rd – It’s an Author Talks event at the Milan Public Library from noon until 1pm. Cleveland sports fans have seen more than their share of weird events – a pitcher struck by lightning on the mound, a wrong-way basket, a victory thanks to a swarm of insects…If you can’t laugh about it, what else can you do? Weird Moments in Cleveland Sports by Vince Guerrieri. Books will also be available for purchase. For more information, please call 419-499-4117.

Saturday 23rd – It’s the Adult Book Club at the Norwalk Public Library from noon until 1pm. This month’s selection is The Silent Patient by Alex Michaelides. Books are available at the library.

– 10:30am – 12pm. G.E.M.S. Dissolving and rotation pattern experiments at the Mad Hatter’s Tea Party. For 3rd though 5th grades. Registration is required. For more information, please call 419-668-6063.

Saturday 23rd – It’s the Great Outdoors Raffle presented by the Huron County Chamber of Commerce. It’ll be at the Huron County Fair Expo Building from 4pm until 7pm.

Monday 25th – It’s the Garden Craft Club at the Norwalk Public Library from 6pm until 7pm. Come out and create a bunny wreath. Presented by the Town & Country Garden Club. Registration is required. For more information, please call 419-668-6063.

Monday 25th – It’s Milan’s Morning Moment at the Milan Public Library from 10am until 11am. This month’s Morning Moment selection, This Must Be the Place by Maggie O’Farrell. Join for a cup of coffee, muffins, and good conversation. Copies of this month’s book are available at the library.

– 11am – 12pm. Mango Languages. Learn about using your Milan-Berlin library card to access Mango Languages learning app and website. For more information, please call 419-499-4117.

Monday 25th – It’s Twist & Shout at the Berlin Heights Public Library from 10:30am until 11am. Dance, sing, and play instruments with your friends! This program is intended for children under 5 and their caregivers.

– 3pm – 3:30pm. Mellow Mondays. For ages 8 through 14. For more information, please call 419-499-4117.

Monday 25th – It’s Mahjong Mondays at the Huron Public Library starting at 11:30am. Join local mahjong players for friendly games. Beginners are welcome.

– 4pm. Teen Library Council. For 7th through 12th grades. For more information, please call 419-433-5009.

Tuesday 26th – It’s the Narwhal and Jelly Party at the Norwalk Public Library from 4:30pm until 5:30pm. After reading an excerpt from the Narwhal and Jelly series, build a Friend Pod, draw narwhals, and enjoy a waffle bar. For kindergarten through 2nd grades. Registration is required. For more information, please call 419-668-6063.

Tuesday 26th – It’s Stay & Play at the Milan Public Library from 10am until 10:45am. Use music along with large- and small-motor movement to engage in a fun atmosphere that encourages care givers and children to foster early learning through play. For children ages 1 through 4.

– 4pm – 4:30pm. Spring Bingo. For kindergarten through 3rd grades. For more information, please call 419-499-4117.

Tuesday 26th – It’s the New Romance Book group at the Huron Public Library starting at 11am. This book group focuses on the discussion of contemporary romance novels from everything to the best meet cute, tropes, and whether the characters are really meant to be. This event will be at Gathering Grounds Coffee House.

– 6:30pm. Family Storytime. For more information, please call 419-433-5009.

Tuesday 26th – It’s Legends of the Eclipse at the Berlin Heights Public Library. Learn about cultural folklore and traditions from extinct empires to present day society that center on eclipses. For more information, please call 419-499-4117.

Wednesday 27th – It’s time to Dine out for the FUND of it with the Norwalk Area United Fund at the Freight House. A portion of the proceeds for the night will be donated to the United Fund’s 2024 Campaign “Give S’more.”

Wednesday 27th – It’s G.E.M.S. – Girls Engineering and Making Stuff at the Norwalk Public Library from 4:30pm until 6pm. Spend time with the Red Queen investigating colors. Participate in the house of cards challenge for the chance to win a prize. For 3rd through 5th grades.  Registration is required. For more information, please call 419-668-6063.

Wednesday 27th – It’s Babies and Toddler Time at the Huron Public Library at 10am OR 11am. Bring your little ones to the library and join Miss Melissa for stories, songs, and fun!

– 1:30pm. Preschool Storytime. For children ages 3.5 to 5 without a caregiver.

– 4:30pm. Total Eclipse of the Art. Upside Down Art Studio is presenting an eclipse themed art project. Follow step by step instructions from Jennifer Thuston. Registration is required. For 3rd through 8th grades.

– 6:30pm. Euchre Night. Join players in the library for pick-up games. Bring a deck of cards if possible. For more information, please call 419-433-5009.

Wednesday 27th – It’s a Springtime Animal Event at the Milan Public Library from 5pm until 6pm. Learn about springtime animals with Erie MetroParks. There will also be live animals to meet, and afterwards little ones can stuff and take home their own plushie. Registration is required. Designed for children ages 3 through 10.

– 6:30pm – 7:30pm. Adult Book Club. Local Woman Missing by Mary Kubica. For more information, please call 419-499-4117.

Thursday 28th – It’s the Adult Book Club at the Berlin Heights Public Library from 6:30pm until 7:30pm. Join the library and read Local Woman Missing by Mary Kubica. Books are available at the help desk. All are welcome. For more information, please call 419-499-4117.

Thursday 28th – It’s StoryTime at the Norwalk Public Library from 10am until 10:30pm. Encourage a love of reading and learning as the library introduces your little ones to books, rhymes, and songs. For children up to age 5. For more information, please call 419-668-6063.

Thursday 28th – It’s the Tween and Teen Coffee Crew with the Huron Public Library starting at 2:30pm. Meet up with Miss Melissa at Gathering Ground Coffee Shop once a month to get a specialty drink and have an open discussion about what they are reading, listening to, or watching. Afterwards the crew will walk back to the library to pick out new material or make suggestions amongst their peers.

– 4pm. Girls Who Code Coding Club. Registration is required. Participants should attend all dates. For 6th through 9th grades. For more information, please call 419-433-5009.

Friday 29th – It’s a Fish Fry dinner at the LaGrange Ohio Lions Club. Perch dinners, shrimp dinners, and hot dog dinners are all available. They come with French fries and coleslaw. Dinners are every Friday now through the end of March from 4:30pm until 7:30pm. There will also be 50/50s, and Super 50/50s with the winner drawn on March 29th. Dinners are drive-thru and cash only. 

Friday 29th – It’s Music & Movement at the Norwalk Public Library from 10am until 10:30am. Develop large motor and listening skills while exercising the body and mind. For children ages 2 through 5. For more information, please call 419-668-6063.

Friday 29th – It’s Preschool Storytime at the Milan Public Library from 10:30am until 11am. Listen to stories, sing, dance and make crafts. For children ages 2 through 5. For more information, please call 419-499-4117.

Friday 29th – The Christian Singles Fellowship is attending a speaker talk at the North Point Baptist Church at 6:30pm. The topic is: “What’s Going On” and is being presented by speaker John Ginty.

Saturday 30thIt’s the Eclipse Shirt Craft at the Milan Public Library from 11am until noon. Make a bleach-art shirt to wear for the solar eclipse. Materials will be provided. For ages 11 through 18. Registration is required. For more information, please call 419-499-4117.

Community Organization News and Info

The Enrichment Centers for Huron County are asking for caring individuals to sponsor meals for seniors in Huron County. Your donation of $25 will provide hot meals to a senior for a week. If you would like to help sponsors a senior or seniors you can send a check to the Enrichments Centers of go to their website SFAConnection.org and click on the donate button.

Oberlin Community Services are now allowing people to have more control with their weekly choice food pantry. The in-person choice pantry runs from 1:30-3:45 p.m. each Friday at 285 S. Professor St., Oberlin. Drive-up food distributions, featuring pre-built food boxes, are held from 1:30pm until 5pm. on Mondays and Wednesdays from 10:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. For more information, call 440-774-6579. 

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

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

The Norwalk Public Library is seeking AARP Tax-Aide Volunteers. They wish to become an AARP Tax-Aide site in the future but they need volunteers to make it happen. No prior tax knowledge is needed, anyone with a passion for helping others is welcome to join them with this. For more information, please call 419-668-6063.

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!

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!

The Huron County Sheriff’s Office is implementing Project Lifesaver. Which is a project designed to protect and locate missing persons who have wandered from their homes. Through the use of a wristband with a unique radio frequency. They will monitor the program and participants, oversee battery replacement, and insure the system is operating properly. For more information please call the Huron County Board of Developmental Disabilities 419-668-8840.

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.

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

Health and Wellness/Covid-19 Information

Family Health Services has a full-scale primary care office inside Sandusky City Schools. Your child can get wellness visits, return-to-school notes, sports physicals, immunizations and more without leaving the building. Information to schedule you student can be found at the Sandusky City Schools website under the families tab.

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

The Huron County Board of Mental Health and Addiction Services’ goal is to decrease stigma associated with mental health and to provide services and support for those who need them.  To be linked with local supports and services please call 419-681-6268 or the Huron County Crisis Hotline at 800-826-1306 or text 4HOPE to 741-741. The Board wants to remind anyone who may be struggling that “you are not alone; you matter, and don’t give up”.

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.

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.

Brightview Sandusky is a comprehensive addiction treatment center where they provide outpatient services, including treatment and care for patients battling substance use disorder. They incorporate medication as a treatment alongside individual and group counseling, group therapy, social service support and more. They have caring staff who answer the phones 24 hours per day. If you or a loved one has questions about treatment options, you can walk into the center or call 888-502-4571.

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.