Some spooky fun is happening this year at Centennial Terrace during the last two weekends in October. Families of all ages can take a spirited walk through the ‘Woodland Lane Cemetary,’ from Oct. 20 through Oct. 22 and Oct. 27 through Oct. 30. Hours are 5 to 10 pm on the two Fridays; 11 am to 10 pm, the two Saturdays; and 1 to 9 pm the two Sundays. Monday, Oct. 30 hours are 5 to 9 pm. Continue reading Woodland Lane ‘Cemetary’ to be Centennial fall feature
Many in the corporate world believe it takes up to six months to “onboard” a new leader. Dr. William Bisset, the new president at Lourdes University, hasn’t had that luxury. He arrived as universities nationwide face rising costs, shrinking enrollment, and greater “competition” from alternative career paths that bypass post-high school education. Continue reading MARK LUETKE LOOKING SIDEWAYS
Scott: Hey Sylvania, it’s our last gardening article for the season, but no tears just yet! We have one more collection of thoughts to share. Mike, what are we discussing in this issue?
Mike: Well Mr. fourth-year rookie gardener … how about winterizing your garden? Continue reading Midwest Garden Guys
Social Justice—What is it, when did “it” begin and why is it so important today? Join Sisters Joan Jurski, Nora Klewicki, and Eileen Ripsin on Saturday, Sept. 30 in the Regina Conference Room,6832 Convent Blvd., from 10 am to noon for a conversation around this topic. Continue reading Catholic Social Teaching – The Church’s Vision of a Just Society
SCOTT: It’s the most wonderful time of year… for planting grass. Whether a new lawn or the important over-seeding, it’s the most successful time to lay down some seed.
MIKE: U betcha!!! But it’s not time to “Lay down some seed!” It’s time to “SOW” seed! Lay down is what Scott does when he goes to bed. Continue reading Midwest Garden Guys
Friday, September 15, 2023 1964 The Tribute -The #1 Beatles Show in the World ! returns to Centennial Terrace -Sylvania, Ohio Sylvania, Ohio 7:30pm (Gates open at 7:00pm) Special guest band Skoobie Snaks tickets 45.50 – ( 50.00 day of show if not sold out) all seats General Admission Continue reading
Summer vacation is drawing to a close soon for families with kids returning to school. And the most consistent symbol that classes will be back in session may be the yellow buses crisscrossing neighborhoods to deliver their precious cargo. Continue reading MARK LUETKE LOOKING SIDEWAYS
Red Bird Art Walk is all about the arts Continue reading Red Bird Art Walk is all about the arts
Foodie fun abounds at farmers market Continue reading Foodie fun abounds at farmers market
Dog lovers will be able to take a swim with their canine friends at the 11th annual Pooch Plunge on Sunday, Sept. 10 beginning at 12:30 pm at Plummer Pool. Both humans and their dogs can enter the water (along with their pool toys) for a $5 cash admission per dog. Proceeds benefit the Glass City Dog Park. Continue reading Annual Pooch Plunge planned