Photo Gallery: Fall Fun at the NB Public Library

Enjoy these recent photos from the North Baltimore Public Library.They celebrated at the Halloween Parade and with a Fall Fest held at the Library.

 

NB Public Library Fall Fun 2018
NB Public Library Fall Fun 2018
NB Public Library Fall Fun 2018
NB Public Library Fall Fun 2018
NB Public Library Fall Fun 2018
NB Public Library Fall Fun 2018
NB Public Library Fall Fun 2018
NB Public Library Fall Fun 2018
NB Public Library Fall Fun at the Halloween Parade 2018
NB Public Library Fall Fun at the Halloween Parade 2018
NB Public Library Fall Fun at the Halloween Parade 2018

 

Wood County Parks Programs for November 2018

Wild turkeys, fly tying, decoys, Habitat Heroes, and more……..

Sign up for some cool weather programs:

Turkey Tomfoolery
Thursday, November 8; 6:00 – 7:30 pm
Otsego Park
20000 W. River Road, Bowling Green
Wild turkeys are being seen much more frequently here in Wood County. Bring the kids out to learn about one of the largest birds in our parks, we will finish the evening with some games and fun activities.
EcoLit Book Group Meeting
Thursday, November 8; 7:00 – 9:00 pm
W.W. Knight Nature Preserve
29530 White Road, Perrysburg
For this meeting, please read Mind of the Raven by Bernd Heinrich. Group meets once a month. Register for any or all. Discussion leader: Cheryl Lachowski, Senior Lecturer, BGSU English Dept. and Ohio Certified Volunteer Naturalist.
Wild Skills: Shelter-Skelter
Saturday, November 10;
10:00 – 11:30 am
W.W. Knight Nature Preserve
29530 White Road, Perrysburg
Be prepared for when your adventure turns south. Having a shelter to get out of the elements can be a life saver! Get hands on and learn to build one using only the nature around you. Suggested age: 8+ Program will be outside for its entirety – dress for the weather.
The Native American Experience
Tuesday, November 13; 7:00 – 8:00 pm
Otsego Park
20000 W. River Road, Bowling Green
What was life like for Native Americans as they coped with pressure from European settlers? Join guest speaker Taylor Moyer, Toledo School of the Arts humanities teacher and living historian, as he describes the interaction between the two cultures from a Native American perspective. Details of clothing, tools and other artifacts will be woven into the narrative. Taylor will present in historic attire appropriate to the time period.
Fly tying by Wildwood Anglers
Thursday, November 15; 6:00 – 7:00 pm
W.W. Knight Nature Preserve
29530 White Road, Perrysburg
Join Brad Dunkle, local fly fishing guide and owner of Wildwood Anglers, for a small group intro to fly tying. All material and tools provided. Registration required, no walk–ins.
Program fee: $12/ $8 for Friends of the Parks
Wild Skills: Bow-drill Workshop
Friday, November 16;
6:00 – 8:00 pm
W.W. Knight Nature Preserve
29530 White Road, Perrysburg
Build and test out your own bow-drill fire-starting kit. Learn about the evolution of fire-starting, which materials work best, and how to identify the best wood for the job. Wood provided. Bring your own knife capable of substantial wood carving. Must be 13 years of age or older (minors must have release of liability signed by adult before attending). Carving and knife skills will not be covered in depth – please become familiar and practice before attending. Full-tang knives preferred, with blades less than 5” long. Contact Craig Spicer with questions – 419-661-1697×3 / cspicer@wcparks.org
Program fee: $10/$5 for Friends of the Parks
Holiday Baking Mix Jars
Saturday, November 17;
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Carter Historic Farm
18331 Carter Road, Bowling Green
Drop by anytime between 1:00 and 3:30 to learn how to package gift cookie and cake mixes in jars for cute and convenient gifting. Materials and ingredients for 2 jars provided, as well as decorative instruction cards for recipients.
Program Fee: $10
Ohio Decoy Collectors and
Carvers Demo
Saturday, November 17;
1:00 pm – 4:00 pm
Otsego Park
20000 W. River Road, Bowling Green
Learn the process of carving hunting decoys, and see examples of decoys along the banks of the Maumee River. Carving enthusiasts will be on hand to demonstrate techniques and share their expertise. No registration required.
Hidden Insects: Galls, Cocoons and Egg Cases
Sunday, November 18;
1:00 pm – 2:30 pm
Sawyer Quarry Nature Preserve
26940 Lime City Road, Perrysburg
Insects don’t completely disappear with the arrival of cold weather, some hide in plain sight while they wait for spring. Join a naturalist as we look closely for these hidden winter homes.
Homeschoolers: Native American Lifeways and Games
Monday, November 19; 10:00 – 11:30 am
W.W. Knight Nature Preserve
29530 White Road, Perrysburg
Travel back in time to the Great Black Swamp, where the Anishnabe people made a livelihood well before European settlers moved in. Experience the Anishnabe way of life, get hands on with tools, and take part in some fun and games! Appropriate for 3rd grade and up. Contact Craig Spicer with any questions – 419-661-1697×3 cspicer@wcparks.org
Who, Who, Who’s There Owl Walk
Tuesday, November 27;
6:00 pm – 7:30 pm
Bradner Preserve
11491 Fostoria Road, Bradner
We will be on the hunt for owls, especially Ohio’s largest resident owl. We will start indoors for a short talk and then hit the trail for some owl calling. Dress for the weather. The program is cancelled in case of high winds or rain.
2018 Photo Contest
Friends of the Parks Photo Contest
  • Deadline: November 30th, 2018
  • $5 entry fee to enter up to 5 photos
  • Friends of the Parks members can enter up to 10 photos for the $5 fee.
  • ~30 photos from each category will be printed, framed and exhibited in April at the Four Corners Photo Exhibition.
  • Top two winners in each category receive a rosette ribbon, a Friends’ membership, and a special recognition at the opening of the photography exhibit reception.
Habitat Heroes
Help us restore wildlife habitats!
Saturday, November 17th;
9:00 am – 12:00 pm
W.W. Knight Nature Preserve
29530 White Road, Perrysburg
Join our conservation efforts. We will be removing an invasive woody plant called buckthorn. All tools and materials are provided. Volunteers receive lunch, a mug, and a t-shirt.
Commemorative Trail
Say it forever and leave a legacy with a Commemorative Trail Bricks.
3 lines of text on a 4 x 8″ brick = $100
5 lines of text on an 8 x 8″ brick = $125

Tidying Up Our Trail

THANK YOU SCOUTS!!! Nearly five bags of trash were collected and sticks and other debris were cleared to make the trail safer for walkers, runners, and bikers this fall…..

Submitted By Jennifer Vanlerberg

If you drove perpendicular to the Slippery Elm Trail this past Sunday, November 4th, you may have spotted them. There were, after all, approximately two dozen of them. This year’s Slippery Elm Trail clean up had 25 participants in the form of Cub Scouts from Pack #372, parents, siblings, grandparents, and one canine companion.

Thank you to Cub Scouts–Pack#372 for helping to clean up the Slippery Elm Trail near North Baltimore.

There were three Boy Scouts from Troop #315, who have dual roles as Boy Scouts and Cub Scout Den Chiefs. (Thanks to Zach Trout, Alex Trout, and Jesse Vanlerberg for your help!)

With all of this assistance, we were able to cover Quarry Road to Oil Center Road.

Prior to venturing out, Cubmaster Eric Trout went over the scout philosophy of “Leave no trace.” Scouts were reminded not to litter, or take any of nature home with them.

Nearly five bags of trash were collected and sticks and other debris were cleared to make the trail safer for walkers, runners, and bikers this fall.

Some of the same scouts participated in both the 2018 “Scouting for food” service project/collection of American flags at our local cemeteries, and the Slippery Elm Trail clean up.

We appreciate everyone that assisted with these important community service opportunities and hope the boys will enjoy our annual Bowling Party in December as a reward for hard work well done.

NBHS Football 2018 Awards

North Baltimore High School Athletics presented the Fall Sports Teams Awards. Here is Tiger Football.

North Baltimore High School Athletics presented the Fall Sports Teams Awards. Here is Tiger Football.

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Fotos by Ferg

Football – Brayden Holloway, Zach Weinandy, Levi Gazarek, Alex Snyder, Bryant Matthes, Brandan Cotterman, Harley Cole and Darrian Zitzelberger

1st Year Varsity

Isaiah Boyd
Mitch Clark
Santos Canales
Charles Grilliot
Logan Gunter
Johnnie Hernandez
Chris Jackman
Blayne Keller
Logan Keller
Gunner Kepling
Evan Martin
Caiden Phillips
Timmothy Simon
Jeremiah Suman
Levi Trout
Zach Williams
Brendan Woodward
Darrian Zitzelberger
2nd Year Varsity
Brandon Biller
Brendan Cotterman
Jacob Crawford
Brayden Holloway
Bryant Matthes
Zach Weinandy
3rd Year Varsity
Harley Cole
Levi Gazarek
Clayton Heineman
4th Year Varsity
Alex Snyder
Most Improved – Levi Gazarek
Tiger Award – Bryant Matthes
Iron Man – Harley Cole & Zach Weinandy
Scout Team Player of the  Year – Darrian Zitzelberger
Captain Award – Harley Cole, Alex Snyder, Levi Gazarek, Brayden Holloway
BVC 3rd Team – Levi Gazarek, Clayton Heineman, Zach Weinandy
BVC All-Academic – Harley Cole, Brendan Cotterman

compiled by Suzanne Bucher

NBHS Volleyball 2018 Awards

North Baltimore High School Athletics presented the Fall Sports Teams Awards. Here is Lady Tiger Volleyball.

North Baltimore High School Athletics presented the Fall Sports Teams Awards. Here is Lady Tiger Volleyball.

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Fotos by Ferg

Volleyball – Mia McCartney, Leah Lee, Grace Hagemyer, Allison Kepling, Grace Lennard and Grace Stanfield; Not Pictured: Hailey Watson

1st Year Varsity

Maddy Gerdeman
Grace Hagemyer
Olivia Hyatt
Hailey Inbody
Leah Lee
Alli McPherson
Simone Thompson
2nd Year Varsity
Hannah Lord
Mia McCartney
Hailey Watson
3rd Year Varsity
Allison Kepling
Striving Award – Grace Stanfield
Outstanding Performance –  Mia McCartney
Offensive Award – Allison Kepling
Defensive Award – Grace Hagemyer
Captain Award – Hailey Watson, Leah Lee, Allison
BVC Honorable Mention – Leah Lee, Grace Hagemyer
BVC All-Academic – Allison Kepling, Hailey Watson, Grace Lennard, Olivia Hyatt
1st Year JV
Meredith Buchanan
Malachi Combs
Grace Lennard
Hailey Lennard
Grace Stanfield
Myra Stewart
Leia Thomas
2nd Year JV
Isabella Buchanan
Chloe Hopple
Kealeigh Leady
Skyler Vogelsong
Freshmen
Emma Cotterman
Gabby Estrada
Kaitlynn Grant
Laura Keegan
Rylee Ramsey

compiled by Suzanne Bucher

Friends of the Parks Photo Contest 2018

Enter photos taken at Wood County Park District properties by November 30, 2018. 

2018 Photo Contest
Friends of the Parks Photo Contest
  • $5 entry fee to enter up to 5 photos
  • Friends of the The Friends of the Wood County Parks support our county parks in many ways. Through donations of both funds and people power, the Friends help you and your family enjoy the parks by:
    • organizing and staffing special programs and events
    • assisting with educational and interpretive programs
    • promoting the preservation and development of natural park areas
    • increasing public awareness about legislation and issues that affect our parks

     

  • 2018 Photo Contest: Enter photos taken at Wood County Park District properties by November 30, 2018.  Photos need to fall into one of the three categories of landscape, wildlife, and/or plant life. Prospectus and entry agreement here.We would like to thank Main Street Photo of Bowling Green for their sponsorship of our Photo Contest.
  • Find the Prospectus Here.

NBHS Fall 2018 Senior Night Bios

The North Baltimore High School Fall Seniors were honored under the Friday night lights at NB’s War Memorial Field.

Thank you to all the seniors and their families! Best of luck to all with their future plans!

Rachel Crouse – Rachel is the daughter of Barb and Ray Crouse.  Rachel is a 4 yr varsity Cross Country letterman and serves as a team captain this year.  Rachel is also a member, squad leader and section leader in the tiger marching band.  Rachel also participates in track and is a member of Paws for a Cause, Tri-M, and National Honor Society.  In her free time Rachel enjoys spending time with her friends, Mali, Brendan, and Wyatt.  Rachel would like to thank her family “for always supporting me in everything I do.”  After graduation Rachel plans to attend college but is undecided as to her major.

Zion Cook – Zion is the Grandson of Pam and Bill Cook.  Zion is a second year varsity cross country member.  Zion also participates in track and works at Beer Barrel Pizza.  Zion would like to thank Mr. Endicott for ”getting me through High School”.  After graduation Zion plans to attend BGSU he is undecided as to his major.

Jordan Bucher – Jordan is the daughter of Suzanne and Bill Bucher.  Jordan is a 2nd year varsity cheerleader and cheer co-captain, a 4th year varsity golf letterman and a 3 year district golf team qualifier.  Jordan also participates in Track and is a member of Paws for a Cause, Student Council, National Honor Society and International club.  Jordan’s favorite memory is making it to districts for golf all 4 years.  Jordan would like to thank her Dad” for pushing me to become better even when I didn’t want to.”  After a graduation Jordan would plans to pursue a career in nursing.

Elias Burleson – Elias is the son of Rachel and Chad Burleson.  Elias favorite memory is of all the relationships he was able to form on the golf course.  Elias would like to thank Coach Bill Bucher and Kathi Bucher for “coming back each year to coach me and my team mates”.

Lilly Westgate – Lilly is the daughter of Laura and Jason Westgate.  Lilly is Co-Captain of the girls golf team and also Serves as Drum major for the tiger marching band.  Lilly is vice president of National Honor Society, President of student Council, President of her 4H Club, Tri –M president and a member of Paws for a cause, Junior Fair Board and is a Sr. Fair board representative.  Lilly’s favorite memories are the “I HAVE A MANGO” cheer that the band does in the stands at every game and of course the mandatory Ice Cream Stops after each golf match.  She would like to thank her mom and dad “for being there for Maddy and I and loving us constantly”.  And her Cotter-gate-ler family for always being there, being the best family ever and for always getting the best pictures”.  After graduation Lilly plans to attend either BGSU or owens to persue a career in either education or the medical field. 

Brittney Biller  – Brittney is the daughter of Renee Blakely and David Biller.  Brittney is a varsity cheerleader.  Brittney also participates in softball and is a member of paws for a cause, national honor society, and art club.  Brittney’s favorite memory is when she forgot to do a toe touch in front of the crowd during a basketball game.  Brittney would like to thank her friends, boyfriend, Hannah Lord, Julie Lord, her family and teachers for all of their support and help, “also to Hannah Main for doing our dance to everytime we touch at games and Hannah Lord for being a great friend and never giving up on me. “

Isabella BuchananIsabella is the daughter of Saundra Buchanan and Chip Freshcorn.  Isabella is a 3rd year member of the cheerleading squad.  Isabella also participates in Volleyball and softball.  Her favorite memory is how her class has come together to become a family.  She would like to thank her parents, teachers, and coaches for “never giving up on me and pushing me to be my best”.  After Graduation Isabella plans to attend Bradford college to study culinary and persue her dream to become a private chef on a cruise ship.

Hannah Main  – Hannah is the daughter of Erica and Chad Main.  Hannah is a first year member of the cheerleading squad.  She is also a member of Paws for a Cause and National Honor Society and enjoys horseback riding.  Hannah’s favorite memory is making up a new dance to the song “Everytime we touch” with Britney Biller just to entertain Coach Kim.  She would like to thank her family, Britney Biller, Hannah and Julie Lord “for always supporting me and cheering me on”.  After graduation Hannah plans to attend the University of Toledo to study nursing. 

Dalton Teaford – Dalton is the son of Stacy Bumpus and Shelly Friel and Forrest Teaford.  Dalton is the percussion squad leader and honorary LL for the tiger marching band.  Dalton’s favorite memories are band camp, learning how to play the shaker and of course being next to Mr. Packs room at Disney.  Dalton would like to thank everyone “who supported me believed in me”.  After Graduation Dalton plans to work at the Toledo Corrections institute as a corrections officer, run for village council and join the police academy at the age of 21. 

Lanie McCartney  – Lanie is the daughter of Kim and Mike Kerwin and Kevin and Bri McCartney.  Lanie is a majorette for the tiger marching band and plays trumpet.  Lanie also participates in Track serves as Tri-M vice president is a member of the Klassy Kids 4H group, pep band and twirls with Kathys classics baton group and is active in her church.  Lanie’s favorite memory will be twirling fire during football games and twirling at the glow show each year.  She would like to give a special thank you to her grandparents “who have always given me their love and support have always been at all of my events and been there when I needed them”.  After graduation Lanie plans on attending the University of Northwestern Ohio.  She is undecided as to her major.

Garrett Byrd – Garrett is the son of Marcy and Jonathon Byrd.  Garrett is a member of the tiger marching band.  Garrett also participates in Quiz Bowl, Paws for a Cause, Jazz band, Drama Club and Improve Club.  Garrett would like to thank Ms. Lauer” for not writing me off as a slacker and helping me not fail myself.”  After graduation Garrett plans to attend Arizona University to study Political Philosophy and obtain his PHD to become a professor.

Bradon Biller  – Brandon is the Son of Renee Blakely and David Biller.  Brandon is a varsity football letterman.  Brandon also participates in wrestling.  Brandons favorite football memory is getting his first win this year.  He would like to thank all of his coaches and teachers “for pushing me hard and allowing me to succeed”.  After graduation Brandon plans to attend college for either electrical engineering or business and join the Marines.

Santos Canales – Santos is the son of Dianna and Benito Canalas.  Santos attends Penta Vocational school where he studies.  Santos also participates in wrestling.  A favorite memory Santos has is going into the locker room on game days while everyone is getting hyped up for the game ahead.  Santos would like to thank Coach Scherdt and coach Walls “ for pushing me and encouraging me to be where I am today”.  After graduation Santos plans to attend business college and start his own business

Harley Cole – Harley is the son of Shelly LaRotonda and Steve and April Cole.  Harley is a 3 year varsity letterman.  Harley is also a member of Paws for a Cause, Student Council, and National Honor Society.  Harley’ favorite would have to be defeating Van Buren 35-7 his Jr. year.  After graduation Harley plans to attend college and major in marketing.

Brendan Cotterman – Brendan is the son of Lori and John Cotterman.  Brendan is a varsity football letterman and 4 year participant.  Brendan also participates in Wrestling and baseball.  Scoring his first touchdown will always be his special memory.  Brendan would like to thank his parents “for teaching me dedication and pushing me to be the best student athlete I can be”.  After graduation Brendan plans to attend college but is undecided as to his major.

Jacob CrawfordJacob is the son of Jessica and Mike Bengela.  Jacob is a 2nd year football letterman.  Jacob also participates in Track.  Jacobs favorite memory is goofing off with coaches during practice.  Jacob would like to thank his parents, grandparents, and girlfriend for “being supportive of my decisions and helping me to do the right thing”.  After graduation Jacob plans to earn a degree in Criminal Justice while continuing his track career at the University of Findlay 

Blayne Keller –Blayne is the son of Jaime and Mark Keller.  Blayne is 3rd year member of the football team.  Bylayne also participates in track.  His favorite memory is going 6-4 last year after not having a winning record in 10 years.  Blayne would like to thank his mom and dad for “being supportive in everything I’ve done.”  After graduation Blayne plans to work on sprint cars and go to tech school.

Bryant Matthes – Bryant is the son of Arica and Matt Matthes.  Bryant is a 2nd year varsity football letterman a captain and 4 year participant.  Bryant is also a member of Student Council and National Honor Society.  Bryant’s favorite football memories are playing with his brother Hank his freshman year and defeating Van Buren his junior year.  Bryant would like to thank his parents and grandparents “for always being there and supporting me.”  After graduation Bryant plans to continue his agriculture career with his great grandpa Kidd and Jim Carter.

Alex Snyder – Alex is the son of Lori and John Snyder.  Alex is a 4 yr varsity football letterman and a team captain.  Alex also participates in baseball.  Alex enjoys fishing and playing football at Donell with Logan and Hunter. He also enjoys spending time with Brenden, Logan and his girlfriend Mallorie.  His favorite football memories are when Zach went to practice in his underwear and Hanging with his team and coaches every day after school.  Alex would like to thank his family, coaches, friends and Tyler Schwartz “ for supporting me and creating memories and bonds that will last a lifetime. “Love you TSWIZZ”.  After graduation Alex plans to college to either become a wildlife officer or a physical education teacher.

Zach Wiliams –Zach is the son of Kim Peters and Randy Williams.  Zach is second year member of the football team.  In his spare time Zach enjoys spending time with his friends, family and girlfriend Grace.  Zach’s favorite memory is of the practice when it was raining outside and the team did their Oklahoma drill in the rain and everyone was laughing and having fun.  Zach would like to thank his mom and dad for “everything they do for me”.  After graduation Zach plans to attend college to persue a career in law enforcement.

Chowline: How to Carve Pumpkins Safely

You can also opt out of carving altogether and instead used paint or permanent markers to decorate your pumpkins…..

Since I’m not crafty in the least bit, I don’t know the best way to carve a pumpkin. Can you help?

Carving a pumpkin can be a fun, festive, fall family event — as long as you know what you’re doing. Even though pumpkins are a beautiful, tasty vegetable (or fruit, depending on who you ask), carving them can result in injuries if you aren’t careful.

One thing to keep in mind is choosing the right pumpkin to carve.

There are several kinds of pumpkins — some that you eat, and some that are typically used for carving, said Jenny Lobb, a Family and Consumer Sciences educator for Ohio State University Extension. OSU Extension is the outreach arm of the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences at The Ohio State University (CFAES).

Varieties include jack-o’-lanterns, colored pumpkins, pie pumpkins and specialty pumpkins, such as the Rouge Vif d’Etampes, or Cinderella, pumpkin.

“Pie pumpkins, which are smaller and sweeter in flavor, are typically used for baking and cooking, while jack-o’-lanterns are typically used for carving,” Lobb said.

Once you’ve chosen the pumpkin, it’s important to know how to hold them in order to avoid injury when carving. Because pumpkins are round, tough and slippery, carving them can sometimes result in slice, puncture, cut or stab wounds to hands and fingers that could result in a quick trip to the hospital, according to the American Society for Surgery of the Hand (ASSH).

To reduce the risk of injury, safety experts with the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, the Consumer Product Safety Commission and ASSH offer these tips:

  • Dry your hands and the pumpkin before carving.
  • Use the right tools. If you can, use a pumpkin carving kit that has specialty tools designed to carve through rinds, poke holes, and scoop out the pumpkin seeds and innards.
  • Stabilize the pumpkin by placing one hand on top of the pumpkin and carve working your way down. You can also cut a hole in the bottom of the pumpkin to scoop out the insides.
  • Use a spoon to remove the seeds.
  • Work in a clean, dry, well-lit area when you carve the pumpkin.
  • Don’t let young kids carve the pumpkin. You can have them draw the pattern that you plan to cut and scoop out the insides, but kids 14 and under shouldn’t use the cutting tools to carve.
  • Stand at least two arms’ lengths away if you are watching someone else carve the pumpkin.
  • To prevent fires, consider using a flashlight instead of a candle in your pumpkin.

If you do cut yourself, apply direct pressure to the wound with a clean, dry cloth. Clean the wound with an antibiotic and a bandage. If the bleeding doesn’t stop in 15 minutes, seek medical attention.

You can also opt out of carving altogether and instead used paint or permanent markers to decorate your pumpkins, said Kate Shumaker, an OSU Extension educator and registered dietitian.

“These options can both be weather-resistant and child-friendly,” she said. “And since you haven’t damaged the integrity of the pumpkin, it will last longer and not rot on your porch.”

Chow Line is a service of the College of Food, Agricultural, and Environmental Sciences and its outreach and research arms, OSU Extension and the Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center. Send questions to Chow Line, c/o Tracy Turner, 364 W. Lane Ave., Suite B120, Columbus, OH 43201, or turner.490@osu.edu.

Briar Hill 2nd Annual Trunk or Treat

The Briar Hill Health Campus would like to invite the North Baltimore community to bring your children and grandchildren to come enjoy a fun and unique trick or treating experience!

NB & Area Businesses
> > > Briar Hill Health Campus still has openings for their 2018 Briar Hill Campus Trunk or Treat < < < 
This event is open to the public and will be a fun night for kids of all ages.
Please register by Friday, October 26th, 2018, 5 pm. if you would like to register a spot and try to win one of the $100 cash prizes. Call 419-257-2421 for how to JOIN the FUN!!!
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IT’S BACK! COME BE A PART OF OUR TRUNK OR TREAT EVENT!
We would like to invite the North Baltimore community to bring your children and grandchildren to come enjoy a fun and unique trick or treating experience!
2nd Annual
Trunk or Treat
FREE COMMUNITY EVENT

Costumes Encouraged • Candy • Hot Dog, Chips and Drink Meals for $2.50
Trick or Treating • Trunk Decorating Contest for a Cash Prize

All proceeds from food purchases will benefit the North Baltimore Fire Department as part of the Briar Hill Hope for the Holidays fundraising efforts.

For questions about the Trunk Decorating Contest, please contact Alicia at alicia.wolf@briarhillhc.com or 419-257-2421.

MONDAY, OCTOBER 29TH • 5:30 – 6:30 p.m.
Briar Hill Health Campus Parking Lot

600 Sterling Drive • North Baltimore, OH 45872
419-257-2421 • briarhillhc.com •
A Trilogy Health Services Community

Free Halloween Family Fun

Park District Offers 29th Annual Community Event………

Everything we love about autumn in one place, at one time. Be sure to check out the family fun  brewing at the Wood County Park District for the 29th annual Folklore & Funfest event on Saturday, October 20th from 4 – 9 pm.

Parking, entrance and all activities are free. Activities include: Horse-drawn carriage rides, live music, games & prizes in Booville, face painting, festive crafts, s’mores on the campfire, nocturnal nature, scarecrow alley, jack-o-lantern walkway, popcorn, spooky trail, and self-guided tours of the Wood County Historical Center & Museum with exhibits on WWI and leisure time activities.

Food is available for purchase. Costumes are encouraged, but not required. All ages are welcome.

The Wood County Historical Center & Museum is located at 13660 County Home Road, Bowling Green, OH 43402.

*Note: County Home Road is available to event traffic only and closed to through (non-event) traffic starting at 3:00 pm. The entrance from Route 6 to County Home Road will be open.

For more information, please visit www.wcparks.org.