Community Events for Friday, November 17

Harvest Dinner to benefit local food pantries Tonight, 5-8pm at the Bluffton middle School cafeteria. Chicken & noodle dinners prepared from scratch by Bluffton University students available by donation. Sponsored by the BU Nutrition Association.
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Mohawk Craft Festival Tomorrow, 9am-3pm at Mohawk School. Live music, handmade crafts, visits with Santa, more. Admission $2, Under age 12 Free.
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Community Basement Sale Tomorrow, 9am-4pm at the Gilboa United Methodist Church. Lunch available. Donations of gently used items for the sale may be dropped off Today (4-5pm) or one hour prior to the sale Tomorrow. No shoes or electronics.

Turkey Shoot on Sunday, Noon at the Mt. Blanchard Gun Club. Still shoots, 10-Bird Shoots, Protections and Annie Oakleys.

13th annual Holidaze Craft Show on Friday, December 1, 6-8pm and Saturday, December 2, 9am-2pm at Blanchard Valley Center (E Sandusky St). Free admission. For info:

Living History Demonstration Day on Saturday, December 2, 1-4pm at the Wood County Historical Museum, Bowling Green featuring historical German Christmas traditions at the log cabin. Free.

Sojourner Quartet Christmas Concert on Sunday, December 3 at the Gilboa United Methodist Church. Dinner at 5pm, concert at 6pm. Free will donation.

NAMI of Wood County will present a program on Dealing with the Holiday Blues on Monday, December 11, 5:30pm at the Wood County Historical Center & Museum, Bowling Green. Information on coping mechanisms, resources, seasonal affective disorder, more. Free, registration requested.

Volunteers and donations are needed for the laying of wreaths at Maple Grove Cemetery on Saturday, December 16 as part of the “Wreaths Across America” program. For info, search the Findlay event at