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The Alzheimer’s Association, Northwest Ohio Chapter, offers a variety of services, programs, activities & support for patients, families and caregivers of those suffering from Alzheimer’s.  Learn more at or call 800-272-3900.
Humane Society of Erie County Bingo every Wednesday morning with doors opening at 8 and bingo starting at 10 at the American Legion, 3615 Hayes Ave., Sandusky. Come & join them!
Vermilion VFW Post 7576, Poorman Rd., Vermilion – Every Friday night Fish Fry & more!  Open to the public from 5 – 8 p.m.
Turkey Shoot every Saturday at the Vermilion VFW 7576, Poorman Rd., with breakfast starting at 9 a.m., sign-ups at 10 a.m. and shoot starts at 11 a.m.
Vermilion American Legion Post 397 Breakfast every Sunday from 9 – 12 noon at the American Legion Post 397, 2713 St. Rt. 60, Vermilion (no holidays).  Breakfast consists of eggs, hashbrowns, sausage or bacon, gravy & biscuits, and more!  Cost is $5 per person and is open to the public.
Turkey Shoot at the American Legion Post 659, Rt. 61 N., Berlin Heights.  Sign-up starts at 11 a.m. & shoot begins at noon every Sunday through November 23rd.  Prizes include $100 shoots, $50 shoots, meat shoots, pie shoots & 50/50 raffles.  Open to all gauges of shotguns.  Food available for purchase.
The Erie County Board of Elections is always looking for Poll Workers…do your part for your country, state and local community and earn extra spending money in the process.  Call the Erie County Board of Elections at 419-627-7601 for more information.
The Community Prevention Partners are offering free drug test kits to parents in the community.  The drug test kits are free & can be picked up anonymously at the following locations: Huron County General Health District, 180 Milan Ave., Norwalk from 8 – 4:30 p.m., anytime at the Fisher-Titus Medical Center Emergency Room, Mercy Hospital Emergency Room and the Bellevue Fire Department.  Only adults over 18 years of age can pick up drug test kits.
Community Action Commission of Erie, Huron & Richland Counties, Inc., Head Start Program is enrolling children for the 2014-2015 program year.  Willard’s Head Start Center is located at 1530 South Conwell St., Willard.  Part Day AM session is 8 – 11:30 and the PM session is 1 – 4:30.  Children have to be 3 years of age by August 1st and families have to meet income eligibility requirements.  Please call 419-935-6481 or stop by the Head Start Office for more information.
New London Local Schools is asking for volunteers for the Project MORE (Mentoring in Ohio for Reading Excellence) program.  If you have just 30 minutes or more to donate to help children read, New London Elementary can use you.  If interested contact Diana Schwinn at the school by calling 419-929-1586, ext. 2124.


16th Tues. Bowling Green State University Firelands College in Huron will host the 44th Annual College Night in the main conference room of the Cedar Point Center from 6:30 – 8 p.m.  High School students & adults will have the opportunity to obtain literature & speak with admissions representatives from a wide variety of colleges, universities & school of nursing.  The program is free and open to the public.  For more information call BGSU Firelands Office of Admissions @ 419-433-5560, ext. 20686.
17th Wed. Leaf Collecting & ID at Osborn MetroPark, Frost Center, 3910 Perkins Ave., Huron, at 6 p.m.  This is a great way for your children to collect & identify leaves for their school leaf ID project!  Everyone is welcome to attend and registration is not required.
17th Wed. Firelands Historical Society meeting at 7 p.m. in the society’s Laning-Young meeting room, 9 Case Ave., Norwalk.  Program entitled “The Prison for Confederate Officers on Johnson’s Island” will be presented by guest speaker, Donald Young, President of the Johnson’s Island Preservation Society.  Open to the public. 
18th Thurs. 3rd Thursday Music, Flowers & a Sunset in downtown Vermilion from 6:30 p.m. to Sunset.  Free live music – Rock ‘n Roll; Soul; Pop; Folk; Country; Christian; Karaoke; Acoustic, Barbershop & more! Bring the family and lawn chairs or stroll the sidewalks, browse the shops & pick your favorite artist to listen to at any time.  For more information call Barb @ 440-967-9504.
18th Thurs. Mercy Willard Hospital’s Education Department will offer the American Heart Association’s Healthcare Provider CPR course from 5 – 9 p.m. in the hospital’s Schaffer Conference Center, Room 1.  Course is for participants who provide health care to patients in a wide variety of settings including in-hospital and out-of-hospital.  Course fee $40.  Registration is limited.  To register call Rachel Danhoff @ 419-964-5119.
18th Thurs. Girl Scout Recruitment in the Fremont area taking place at the Sandusky County Fairgrounds, Junior Fair Building, from 6 – 8 p.m.  All girls grades K-5 and families are invited to ‘drop-in’ anytime.  Also need troop leaders!  Girl Scout membership dues are $15 a year.  For more information call Rebecca Bishop @ 800-222-6119, ext. 6227.
19th & 20th Fri. & Sat. Fall Bazaar at the Castalia Congregational United Church of Christ, 205 Main St., Friday from 9 – 4 and Saturday from 9 – 3 p.m.  Also candy/bake sale and a 50/50 raffle.  Lunch available for purchase.  Lots of vendor items!  Please bring a non-perishable item to support Grace Community Pantry.
20th Sat. All-You-Can-Eat Fish Fry at the Townsend Fire Department, Heartland Center & U.S. Rt. 20, Collins, from 5 – 8 p.m.  $18 adults, $12 carry out and $6 for children 6-12 years of age.
20th Sat. Alzheimer’s Association Walk to End Alzheimer’s – Sandusky Walk at the Ohio Veterans Home, Sandusky, with check in at 9:30 a.m., ceremony at 10:30 a.m. and walk at 11 a.m.  There will be a 2 and 1 mile option walk.  Register online at
20th Sat. Amvets Post #17, Putnam St., Sandusky, 1st Annual Classic Car Show with registration at 3 p.m. at event starting at 4 p.m.  Free entry with first 50 cars getting dash plaques.  Also raffles & 50/50 drawings.  Trophies awarded.  For more information call 419-626-6974.  Open to the public!
20th Sat. Norwalk Parks & Rec’s Pet N Pup Parade with judging held before the parade from 10:15 – 10:30 a.m. in front of Main Street School in Norwalk.  Line up for the parade starts at 10:45 and parade begins at 11 a.m.  Children of all ages are welcome! 
20th Sat. Erie Metro Live Streamers will host a Public Run at the Erie MetroParks East Sandusky Bay Eagles Point property, 3819 Cleveland Rd., Sandusky, from 12 noon – 2 p.m.  They are a large scale hobby model railroad group (running 1 1/2 inch scale and 7 1/2 inch gage trains & cars) and will have over a half mile of track on the ground.  Event is free and open to the public.  You will visit the beautiful park & handiwork of the train engines & cars on display.
20th Sat. Monroeville, Norwalk & Wakeman United Fund’s Scavenger Hunt starting & ending at Roeder Racing, U.S. 20, Monroeville, with first vehicle out at 11 a.m. & last vehicle in at 4 p.m.  All vehicles welcome!  Pre-registration $10 driver & $5 each passenger or day of event $15 driver & $10 each passenger.  Also raffles, 50/50, music, food & drinks for all ages.  Rain or shine.  You can pre-register at Roeder’s or United Fund Office, 10 W. Main St., Norwalk.  United Fund supports many kids programs.
20th & 21st Sat. & Sun. Lake Erie Wing Watch Saturday from 2 – 7 p.m. and Sunday from 8 – 12 noon at Osborn MetroPark, 3910 Perkins Ave., Huron.  Enjoy kid’s events & informative speakers and Wildlife Rehabilitation Center – Nature’s Nursery will have a few feathered friends to share.  Campfire, s’mores and a few sing along camp songs with guitar will end the evening.  Sunday go out to local birding hotspots with an experienced birder with hikes at 7 different locations.  Event is free. For more information go to
21st Sun. Cruise-in to benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities at McDonald’s Restaurant, 1660 Marion Rd., Bucyrus, with $10 registration from 1 – 3 p.m., show from 1 – 5 p.m. and awards at 4:30 p.m.  Also door prizes, 50/50 drawing and more!  Any year, make, model of car, truck, motorcycle or Cushman Truckster are welcome.  First 100 entries receive a dash plaque.  Show held rain or shine.  Must be present to win an award.
21st Sun. Chicken B-B-Q at the Berlin Township Conservation Club, 12217 Chapin Rd., Berlin Heights, from 11 – 2 p.m.  $10 adults and $5 for children.  Carry out available.
21st Sun. Harvest Festival at Calvary Baptist Church, 250 Benedict Ave., Norwalk, from 4 – 6:30 p.m.  This free event includes games, prize drawing, face painting, mechanical bull, horse rides (weather permitting), rock wall (weather permitting) and hay ride.  Food available.  For more information call 419-668-3206.
23rd Tues. Firelands Regional Medical Center’s Healthcare Provider CPR Certification Course from 8 – 11:30 a.m. in the hospital’s South Campus, Sandusky.  Course is for medical professionals & students beginning course work in healthcare professions only.  Class fee $50 per person.  Registration is required by calling 419-557-6740.
23rd Tues. Sandusky Ski Club will celebrate September birthdays at Hot Dog Tony’s, 115 W. Water St., Sandusky, at 6:30 p.m.  For more information call Patty @ 419-577-0162 or
23rd Tues. Art in the Park – Herb Affair – at Osborn MetroPark, Frost Center, 3910 Perkins Ave., Huron, at 6 p.m.  Join a Naturalist as she shows you how easy it is to make herb butter, herb cream cheese spread and herb infused vinegar.  Each participant will take home samples and a bottle of herb vinegar!  $10 fee for supplies.  Pay at the door.
24th Wed. Ottawa County Senior Resources Caregiver Informative Assembly at Riverview Healthcare Campus, 8180 West State Route 163, Oak Harbor, from 12 – 5 p.m.  For more information on this free event call Riverview Healthcare Campus @ 419-898-2851.
25th Thurs. Willard Community Library’s “Edmund Fitzgerald: What Really Happened?”  Explore a brief history of shipping on the Great Lakes that lead up to the impressive Edmund Fitzgerald at the Library at 6 p.m.  Carrie Sowden from the Great Lakes Historical Society will discuss the mystery.  For more information call 419-933-8564.
25th Thurs. 2nd Annual Bob Danhoff Car Cruise-In at The Willows at Willard, 1050 Neal Zick Rd., from 5 – 8 p.m.  $10 registration fee with first 50 cars registered to receive a Dash Plaque.  Live DJ, food & beverages and 50/50 raffle.  All proceeds benefit the Starfish Project of Huron County.  To RSVP your car call 419-935-6511.
26th Fri. All-You-Can-Eat Spaghetti Supper at the Norwalk Masonic Center, East Main St. & Old State Rd., Norwalk, from 5 – 7 p.m.  Adults $8 and children $4.  Open to the public.  Dine in or carry out.
26th Fri. Girl Scout Recruitment in the Clyde area taking place at the Clyde City Building, 222 North Main St., Clyde, from 6 – 7 p.m.  All girls grades K-5 and families are invited to ‘drop-in’ anytime.  Also need troop leaders!  Girl Scout membership dues are $15 a year.  For more information call Rebecca Bishop @ 800-222-6119, ext. 6227.
26th Fri. Free Monthly Playgroups for infants, toddlers & preschoolers at St. Mary Vermilion Gym, 5450 Ohio St., Vermilion, from 10 – 11 a.m.  Story, crafts and snacks provided and is open to the community. Parents, grandparents and babysitters welcome.  For more information call St. Mary Parish Office @ 440-967-8711.
27th Sat. Open Benefit Horse Show for Tony Runkle at the Huron County Fairgrounds in Norwalk starting at 9 a.m.  Tony was involved in a serious horse accident earlier this year and this benefit is to help with medical bills & other bills that may arise.  For more information call Irene Poore @ 419-706-8300.
27th Sat. Need help choosing a college? A Major? A Career?  BGSU Firelands Career & Campus Visitation Day from 8:30 – 12 noon at the college in Huron.  This is designed for high school students who will be making career decisions in the next two years and will explore everything from nursing to social work, criminal justice to computer science & more!  Space is limited.  Register at  For more information call Office of Admissions @ 419-372-0607.
27th Sat. Team Gunner Faith Over Fear Poker Run to battle Leukemia at Knucklehead Saloon, 2012 Cleveland Rd., West, Huron, with registration from 10 – 11:45 a.m., bikes out at 12 noon, last bike in by 5 & dinner at 5 p.m.  $15 per rider or $20 per couple with all vehicles welcome!   Also raffles, 50/50 and a DJ.  For more information call Diane @ 574-202-1093.
27th Sat. Friends of Lorain County Jr. Fair’s “Corks for a Cause” at Matus Winery, 15674 Gore Orphanage Rd., Wakeman, with doors opening at 7 p.m.  $30 per ticket & includes a bottle of wine.  You must be 21 to purchase a ticket & can be purchased from any board member, at the Farm Credit Office in Oberlin or at the door.  All proceeds go to help keep the Lorain County Junior Fair operating.
27th Sat. Norwalk Kiwanis “Night at the Races” event at the Norwalk Eagles Lodge with doors opening at 5:30 p.m., steak dinner at 6 p.m. and races begin at 7 p.m.  $25 per ticket & includes: Steak dinner, horse races and being entertained with skits performed by the Monroeville Community Players.  Event is open to the public.  All proceeds will benefit the children of Huron County.  Tickets available in Norwalk at Brown, Crane & Associates along with Battles Insurance and in Monroeville at the Beauty Vault.
27th Sat. Firelands Regional Medical Center’s American Red Cross Babysitting Course from 8:30 – 4 p.m. at the hospital’s South Campus in Sandusky.  Course is for young adults age 11 years or older.  $65 per person and class size is limited.  Pre-registration is required by calling the hospital @ 419-557-7840.
27th Sat. Oktoberfest at the Mill – at Wolf Creek Mill, St. Rt. 3, S., Loudonville, from noon – 11 p.m.  $1 charge to enter grounds for those 10 – 20 years old and 21 & over $5 each.  Tastings of all beer & wine will be available.  Held rain or shine – heated tents.  For more information call 419-541-0161 or
27th Sat. Willard Police Department & Metrich Enforcement Unit taking back unwanted prescription drugs for disposal at Mercy Willard Hospital, 1100 Neal Zick Rd., Willard, from 10 – 2 p.m.  The service is free and anonymous – no questions asked. 
28th Sun. Art of Manliness & Live Kayfabe presents another Extravaganza of Wrestling Exhibitions at the Huron County Fairgrounds, 940 Fair Rd., Norwalk, with doors opening at 2:30 p.m., bell at 3 p.m.  All ages show!  Tickets $10 presale or $12 day of show and children are free with paid adult.  This is a single day vintage variety show celebrating the sport of professional wrestling as it was presented during the roarin’ 20′s.  A portion of the event proceeds donated to the Norwalk United Fund to support their locally funded programs.  For tickets go to or stop by the Bellevue NAPA Store.  For more information call Justin Nottke @ 419-217-9298.
28th Sun. BNCC Pioneer Harvest Fall Festival at Bronson Norwalk Conservation Club, 295 Townline Rd. 151, Norwalk, from 11 – 5 p.m.  Some events include: Artisans & crafters, National Guard Bounce House, Civil War Campsite & demos with cannon firing, hay rides, wood carvers, classic cars, corn maze, live music, food vendors & lots more!  $5 adults, $1 for ages 6-15 & kids 5 & under free.  Show your Military badge & get in free.  For more information call Toni Gibson @ 419-557-3200.
28th Sun. All-You-Can-Eat Hotcake & Sausage Breakfast at the Norwalk Masonic Center, East Main St. & Old State Rd., Norwalk, from 8 – 12 noon.  Adults $5 and children $3.  Open to the public.  Dine in or carry out.
28th Sun. Pork Chop Dinner at the Zion United Church of Christ, 13525 E. Township Rd. 178, Bellevue from 11:30 – 1 p.m.  Meal includes: Pork Chops, buttered parsley potatoes, green beans, jello salad, pie and beverage.  Carry out available.
30th Tues. Firelands Regional Medical Center Auxiliary’s Book Fair from 8 – 4 p.m. at the hospital’s South Campus in Sandusky.  There will be a wide variety of new books offering a selection of premium quality hardcover books at wholesale prices!  Proceeds from the book fair will benefit hospital projects and patients.


2nd Thurs. Erie County Parkinson’s Support Group will meet at Firelands Regional Medical Center’s South Campus in the Community Resource Room, 1912 Hayes Ave., Sandusky, at 3 p.m.  For more information call 419-609-9400.
3rd Fri. All-You-Can-Eat Fish Fry or Chicken Fingers Dinner at the Attica K of C Hall, Heyman Dr., Attica, from 5:30 – 7 p.m.  Adults $9 and children $6.  Carry out available and open to the public.
4th Sat. Rochester Volunteer Fire Department’s Annual Pig Roast & Turkey Fry at the Rochester Rod & Gun Club, Eagle St., Rochester, from 4 – 7 p.m.  $10 adults and $6 children.  Meal includes pig, turkey, scalloped potatoes, baked beans, macaroni salad, coleslaw, salad, roll, applesauce, desserts & ice cream.  Activities include: Metro Lifeflight Medical Helicopter fly-in, raffle items as well as 50/50 tickets for sale.  All proceeds will benefit RVFD Equipment Fund.  Tickets available at the door.  For more information call 440-865-9696.
4th Sat. Bladder Cancer Benefit for Ken Wolf at the Bronson Norwalk Conservation Club, 295 Townline Rd. 151, Norwalk, from 1 – ?  Menu includes Homemade Spaghetti & Meatball Dinner for $7 per person & children 5 & under eat free.  Also 50/50′s, raffles and live music.  All money raised will help the family with medical bills & expenses.
4th & 5th Sat. & Sun. 23rd Annual Erie MetroParks Harvest Happenings, E. Perkins Ave., Huron, Saturday & Sunday from 11 – 5 p.m. both days.  Some events include: Firelands Pioneer Power Association Engine & Tractor Show; Sandusky Children’s Museum amazing activities; petting zoo with the Ohio Horseman’s Council of Erie Co.; pumpkin painting; food & craft vendors; demonstrations; hayrides; raffles; food.  For more information go to or call 419-625-7783, ext. 221.
11th Sat. Stampede of Dreams “1st Annual 5K Stampede” at Norwalk Reservoir Shelter #1, Old State Rd., Norwalk, with registration at 8 a.m. and race beginning at 9 a.m.  Awards for male/female age divisions.  Entry fee $20 pre-registration (deadline Sept. 30th & includes t-shirt) or $25 race day.  Stampede of Dreams Therapeutic Horseback Riding Program provides Equine Assisted Activities & Therapies for adults & children with disabilities.  For more information e-mail:
11th Sat. Fields United Methodist Church Missions Committee’s Annual Craft Bazaar from 9 – 3 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall of the church, 34077 Lorain Rd., North Ridgeville.  Also door prizes, bake sale, refreshments & more!  $1 donation per person and kids are free.
11th & 12th Sat. & Sun. Oak Harbor Apple Festival takes place in downtown Oak Harbor on Saturday & Sunday.  Some activities include:  Grand parade at 2 p.m. on Saturday, along with a kiddie tractor pulling contest & more!  Sunday a classic car show at the high school, 5K Apple Run, 1 Mile Kid’s Run plus more!  Great family event!


 5th  Wed. Salvation Army’s Red Kettle Season!  Join the Port Clinton Salvation Army at 7:30 a.m. at CIC to start the event.  Call the Salvation Army in Port Clinton @ 419-732-ARMY (2769) to schedule your “prime” bell ringing locations or for more information. 
8th Sat. 1st Milan Holly Run taking place On the Square in Milan with registration at 8:30 a.m. at the Milan Town Hall, Park St., with the Fun Run starting at 10 a.m. and 5K starting at 10:30 a.m. Pre-registration before October 18th is $25 & a t-shirt or $35 after October 18th.  Register online at  Also awards, food, party, live band, beverages & more!  Event is held in honor of Holly Sneider of Milan who lost her battle with cancer in 2011.  Proceeds will benefit The “Life is Good No Matter What” Foundation & was created to honor her memory.