Community Events for Saturday, September 23
Fall Book Sale at the Bluffton Public Library Today, 9:30am-1pm.
14th annual Bluffton Fall Festival Today, 10am-4pm. Antique tractor show, toy car show, craft show, silent auction, bake sale, kids’ activities, food, live music, more. Full schedule: www.BlufftonFallFestival.com
Gluten-Free & Food Allergy Support Group Meeting on Monday, 6:30pm at the Bluffton Public Library. Free.
A presentation on the history and meaning of the US Constitution “Liberty First” on Monday, October 9, 6:30pm at American Legion Post 3 (Front St). Presented by Hancock Constitutionalists. Free, donations accepted.
(419-423-3722 or 419-894-6927)
Halloween-themed Victorian Tea: “Ghostly Encounters at Little Hedges Park” on Saturday, October 14, 12:30pm at the Grammes-Brown House, Tiffin. Cost $20 (in advance), sponsored by the Tiffin Historic Trust.
“Trick or Trunk” on Saturday, October 14, 4pm at Beech Grove Wesleyan Church, Carey. Free.
Soup & Sandwich Supper on Sunday, October 15, 5pm at the Gilboa United Methodist Church. Donations to benefit hurricane relief efforts.
The Fort Findlay Playhouse Second Stage production of the murder mystery “Bad Seed” opens Thursday, October 19. Tickets $12. For more info: www.FortFindlayPlayhouse.org
Pork Chop BBQ Dinner on Saturday, October 21, 5-6:30pm at Beech Grove Wesleyan Church, Carey.
The Friends of the Putnam County District Library are accepting applications for the 10th annual Autumn Harvest of Crafts Show on Saturday, October 28 at Ottawa-Glandorf High School. Proceeds to benefit the PCDL. Call for more info.
8th annual St. Bonifest Festival & Silent Auction on Saturday, October 28, 3pm-Midnight at the St. John’s Parish Center, Glandorf.
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: www.BlanchardValley.org