Community Events for Friday, October 13

All-you-can-eat Fish Fry Today, 5-7pm at the VFW & American Legion Post, Forest. Cost $10 at the door, carry-out available.

Upper Room Church of God is collecting hurricane relief donations for the US Virgin Islands through Tomorrow. Accepted items include cleaning supplies, non-perishable food items, radios, flashlights and batteries, paper goods and monetary donations.

Blood Donation Drive Tomorrow, 8:30am-2:30pm at Good Hope Lutheran Church, Arlington. Walk-in’s welcome or make an appointment at

Halloween-themed Victorian Tea: “Ghostly Encounters at Little Hedges Park” Tomorrow, 12:30pm at the Grammes-Brown House, Tiffin. Cost $20 (in advance), sponsored by the Tiffin Historic Trust.

“Trick or Trunk” Tomorrow, 4pm at Beech Grove Wesleyan Church, Carey. Free.

Purse Bingo Tomorrow at the Findlay Elks at Northridge. Doors open at 6pm, games begin at 7pm. Appetizers, refreshments (non-alcoholic), door prizes, more. Cost $40.
(No contact number)

Findlay Antique Bottle Club Show & Sale on Sunday, 9am-2pm at the Sterling Center (formerly the Humane Society Multipurpose Building), Findlay. Dealers, memorabilia, appraisals, food, more. Admission $2.

Soup & Sandwich Supper on Sunday, 5pm at the Gilboa United Methodist Church. Donations to benefit hurricane relief efforts.

“The Basics: Memory Loss, Dementia and Alzheimer’s Disease” will be presented on Sunday at First Baptist Church, Ada. Spaghetti dinner at 6pm (call for reservations), presentation at 7pm.

Blood Donation Drives on Tuesday, Noon-5pm at the Findlay Evangelical Free Church (Heatherwood Dr) and Wednesday, 9am-3pm at the Hancock County Red Cross office (Fair St). Walk-in’s welcome or make an appointment at

The Fort Findlay Playhouse Second Stage production of the murder mystery “Bad Seed” opens Thursday, October 19. Tickets $12. For more info:

Pork Chop BBQ Dinner on Saturday, October 21, 5-6:30pm at Beech Grove Wesleyan Church, Carey.

October concert in the Lighthouse Gospel Concert Series featuring Micah, the Morse Family, Jericho Road and Mercy River on Saturday, October 21 at The Lighthouse (US224W). Doors open at 5pm, music at 6pm. Free, offering taken. Food available for donation.

Blood Donation Drive Wednesday, October 25, 10am-4pm at Continental High School. Walk-in’s welcome or make an appointment at

Blood Donation Drive Friday, October 27, Noon-6pm at Glandorf Elementary School. Walk-in’s welcome or make an appointment at

10th annual Autumn Harvest of Crafts Show on Saturday, October 28, 9am-3pm at Ottawa-Glandorf High School. Free admission, proceeds to benefit the PCDL.

8th annual St. Bonifest Festival & Silent Auction on Saturday, October 28, 3pm-Midnight at the St. John’s Parish Center, Glandorf.

16th annual Gospel Harvest Sing on Saturday, October 28, 1-7pm at the Salvation Army, Tiffin. Featured performers include HeartSong, One Voice, Jake Reel, Purpose Driven and more. Admission is a non-perishable food donation to the Salvation Army.
(419-934-5456 or 419-447-2252)

Blood Donation Drive Monday, October 30, Noon-6pm at Kalida High School. Walk-in’s welcome or make an appointment at

“Aim High” Gun Raffle each Thursday in November to benefit the Wyandot County Young Professionals. Tickets $20, and are entered into all five drawings. Call for info or visit:

The Bluffton University production of the Arthur Miller drama “The Crucible” will be staged Thursday-Saturday, November 2-4, 7:30pm and Sunday, November 5, 2:30pm at Ramseyer Auditorium. $8/Adults, $6/Seniors & Students. Call the BU box office for tickets or visit:

Election Day Soup & Sandwich Supper on Tuesday, November 7, 4-7pm at Enon Valley Presbyterian Church (US224E). Donations accepted to benefit the church’s building maintenance fund.

Fall Bazaar on Saturday, November 11, 9am-2:30pm at Arcadia United Methodist Church. Homemade food, crafts, quilt raffle, silent auction, more.
(419-894-6764 or 419-894-6586)

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: