Community Calendar


July 24

LET THE SUN SHINE AT LOWE-VOLK PARK — On July 24 at 6 p.m, at Lowe-Volk Park, for kids between 3- and 10-years-old. We all enjoy the warmth of a nice cloudless sky, but did you know that sunlight is more than a perk of a pretty day. Sunlight is essential to most life on Earth, and without it our planet would be a very different place. Join Mandi Fruth for a look at this amazing star and the benefits it provides us and the ecosystems around us. Registrater before July 23.

July 25

SENSORY HIKE AT LOWE-VOLK PARK — On July 25 at 6 p.m., take part in a sensory hike offered by the Crawford Park District. It is geared toward families that have children with autism. We will take a quiet stroll through the park to listen for the calls of birds, such as the “sweet, sweet, sweet, I’m so sweet” song of the Yellow Warbler. While keeping an eye out for any ants or other insects scurrying across the trail, we’ll also stop to smell the mountain mint. We may even taste a plant or two.

July 26

RECYCLING — 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Bucyrus Precision Tech parking lot.

July 27

RECYCLING — 5-7 p.m. Galion City Schools parking lot

July 29

RECYCLING — 7-11 a.m. Tiro United Methodist Church parking lot.

SOLAR ECLIPSE SAFETY PROGRAM — On July 29 ,8 p.m. at Lowe-Volk Park. The Crawford Park District wants to help you view the solar eclipse safely. Come to receive your pair of solar safety glasses for the Aug. 21 Solar Eclipse. Stay for the Night Sky Program.

VIEWING THE NIGHT SKY PROGRAM — On July 29 at 9 p.m. at Lowe-Volk Park, join members of the Lowe-Volk Astronomy Club as they share their knowledge and telescope skills. with all who are interested in the celestial sights. Sky targets for the summer include our largest planets, Jupiter and Saturn. Bring your own telescope or allow the volunteers to assist you with those provided.

July 30

NATURE HIKE AT HUNGER PARK — On July 30, at 2 p.m. at Unger Park Unger Park, 1303, meet Crawford Park District Naturalist, Warren Uxley for a nature hike at Unger Park. Late July brings many subtle but important changes in the natural world. Birds have stopped singing but the insects take their place, and the grassland comes alive with color.

August 1

FRIENDS OF THE LIBRARY — The monthly meeting of the Friends of the Galion Public Library is 9 a.m. August 1 in the Community Room of the Library at 123 N. Market St. All members are welcome.

August 11

THE GALION CLASS OF 1963 — will meet at the Pizza Hut at noon on Friday, Aug. 11. All guests are welcome.

Sept. 8

THE GALION CLASS OF 1963 — will meet at the Pizza Hut at noon on Friday, Sept. 8. All guests are welcome.

Oct. 13

THE GALION CLASS OF 1963 — will meet at the Pizza Hut at noon on Friday, Oct. 13th. All guests are welcome.

Nov. 10

THE GALION CLASS OF 1963 — will meet at the Pizza Hut at noon on Friday, Nov. 10. All guests are welcome.

Dec. 8

THE GALION CLASS OF 1963 — will meet at the Pizza Hut at noon on Friday, Dec. 8. All guests are welcome.

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