|Crossroads Quilters will meet for a "Quilt Frolic"|
|Written by Sentinel-Tribune|
|Friday, 04 October 2013 08:50|
NORTH BALTIMORE - Crossroads Quilters will meet for a "Quilt Frolic" on Tuesday at 9:30 a.m. at St. James United Methodist Church, 201 S. Second St. Quilters will be working on their own projects or the club's outreach projects.
Anyone interested in quilting is welcome to attend. Members will be glad to assist beginning quilters. Bring your own sewing machine, fabric and supplies. An iron, ironing board and cutting board will be supplied.
There is no charge. Feel free to bring a sack lunch or order out from local eateries.
For more information contact Harlene Wood at 419-257-8043.
Christmas in October
craft show this weekend
FINDLAY - The 26th annual Christmas in October Arts & Crafts Show returns to the Hancock County Fairgrounds on Saturday and Sunday.
Over 320 exhibitors will offer crafts and artwork during the two-day show. They will be housed in large decorated buildings and a big-top tent on the grounds.
"Esther's Wheel of Fun" will spin out prizes with proceeds going to Cancer Patient Services. There will be musical entertainment, Buttons the Clown, pony rides, face painting and food. Other amenities include a shuttle from the parking lot to the main shopping areas, hourly gift drawings, package check, and delivery of large purchases to the free parking areas.
Admission is $5 for adults; kids under 12 free. The fairgrounds is located 2.5 miles off of I-75 at Exit 157. See www.cloudshows.biz for details.
Dance party Saturday
FINDLAY - Findlay Dance Party will be held Saturday at the Findlay Moose Lodge, 1028 W. Main Cross. The dance will run from 7 to 11 p.m.
Area adult singles and couples are welcome. Admission is $9. Call 419-992-1215 for details.
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