Join the Wood County District Public Library’s Children’s Place for a virtual discussion of “Pax” by Sara Pennypacker on July 12 at 6 p.m.
PERRYSBURG — Way Public Library’s annual Summer Reading Program begins on Monday and runs through July 31. The program, which includes activities for children ages 0 to 12 and for teens ages 13-17. This summer’s theme is “Tails and Tales,” a happy celebration of animals and animal stories.
Tails and Tales, Summer Reading Program 2021 is planned for the Pemberville, Luckey and Stony Ridge libraries
Join the Wood County District Public Library’s Children’s Place for a virtual discussion of “Hoot” by Carl Hiaasen on June 28 at 6 p.m.
The Wood County District Public Library Children’s Place staff is busy lining up activities for the summer reading program, Tails and Tales.
TOLEDO — Another hands-on, science-stuffed, excitement-packed summer is just around the corner at Imagination Station.
Take a tour through the world’s largest collection of original artwork by children’s book illustrators. Join the Wood County District Public Library and the University of Findlay’s Mazza Museum in a virtual tour of the Museum on May 26 at 11 a.m.
Youth soccer players dot the intramural fields on the campus of Bowling Green State University Sunday. Teams from throughout Ohio and Michigan were in Bowling Green over the weekend for the annual Bowling Green Spring Soccer Challenge.
Ryan Wichman, a member of Wood County Plays, second from left, and local officials broke ground last week for the new Perrysburg inclusive playground at Rotary Community Park. Wood County Plays has raised $800,000 to build the park, which will have equipment that all children of all abilitie…
Looking at the total number of child abuse and neglect cases investigated in Wood County in 2020, the initial reaction is there was little impact from the coronavirus pandemic.
Gavin Scarberry uses a toothbrush while learning how to properly clean teeth at the dental practice of Alexis Klassen & Associates in Bowling Green Tuesday morning. Office members welcomed students of Sleek Academy for a day of hands-on dental education. The students from rotated through…
PERRYSBURG — Registration for the city’s Safety Town Program is open for 2021.
Ohio Sen. Theresa Gavarone, R-Bowling Green, has announced the introduction of the state’s capital budget, a $2.1 billion investment in Ohio’s schools, infrastructure, public services and local community projects.
PERRYSBURG — Children’s Noon Year’s Eve celebration kits will be available for families that want to celebrate at home this year.
Children, preschool through elementary grades, are encouraged to join Bunny’s Book Club at the Wood County District Public Library.
FREMONT – Kids can enjoy a Victorian Tea and craft that celebrate First Lady Lucy Hayes’ birthday at Spiegel Grove, the grounds of the Hayes Presidential Library & Museums, on Saturday during Kids Days @ Hayes.
Hortencia Perez watches as her students, Catherine Jaytho and Barrett Rood, look over stuffed animals at First United Methodist Child Learning Center in Bowling Green Friday morning. Teachers and students at FUMCLC built a zoo in their gym, creating exhibits using found objects. Exhibits inc…
PEMBERVILLE — Normally the Pemberville Children’s Theatre Workshop would have auditions in May for their summer play — a longstanding tradition for the past 13 years — and several hundred kids have taken the stage in the opera house.
FREMONT — Due to coronavirus, KidsCollege, an annual week-long summer kids program at Terra State Community College, is canceled.
“Imagine Your Story” Youth Summer Reading Program at Wood County District Public Library
FINDLAY — The University of Findlay’s Mazza Museum will be taking kids on a virtual adventure every Tuesday and Thursday at 8 a.m. and 7 p.m. with Mazza Museum’s Virtual Storytime videos.
Writing contest deadline coming up
Writing contest deadline coming up
Tweens, take the challenge
‘We Are Stars’ showing at BGSU Planetarium
PERRYSBURG — Levis Commons and Girl Scouts of Western Ohio have teamed up to send annual cookie sales through the roof … with a roof of their very own.
Break-it Make-it computers
Susan B. Anthony and Votes for Women Celebration
Lunar New Year at the library
Why do some people need glasses and others don’t? Are there planets orbiting around stars other than the sun and could they harbor life? Kids’ Tech University at Bowling Green State University is designed to let kids explore scientific concepts through hands-on activities as they discover mo…
Tweens, take the challenge
There are still spots open for the Wood County Youth Olympics.
Registration for the Bowling Green Parks and Recreation Annual Daddy Daughter Dance is open.
Vote in 2020 Mock Caldecott Election
The Children’s Place of the Wood County District Public Library, 251 N. Main St., is partnering once again with Bowling Green State University for free homework help, tutoring and reading support beginning Monday and continuing through the 2019-20 school year.
Teachers, book enthusiasts, parents and readers of all ages are invited to participate in a Mock Caldecott Election on Sunday at 2 p.m. in the Wood County District Public Library Meeting Room, 251 N. Main St.
After a year on hiatus, Wood County Youth Olympics is returning with the same venue and competition for 500 students, but with a different partner.
Make a Help Me Grow Playdate
Play Rigamajig at the library
Jameson Brown, 11, and Kate Scarletto-Scholl, 10, play a game of Box Hockey at the Bowling Green Community Center Friday morning during Friday Fun Day hosted by Bowling Green Parks and Recreation. About a dozen kids were on hand to enjoy games, gym activities, a movie and giant Jenga.
Make mini-hockey game
Braylon Rowlinson, 8 (left), works on a craft project while Timmy Wright, 6, looks on during a Noon Years Eve party at the North Baltimore Public Library Tuesday. Kids enjoyed games and crafts while ringing the new year in early at the library.
Ring in Noon Year’s Eve at Way
Break-it Make-it with cameras
Legopalooza at the library
Today is last day for tutoring at the library
Funday Sunday: Elf Workshop
Play Rigamajig at library
GRAND RAPIDS — A 15-year-old has completed his Eagle Scout project, restoring the village welcome sign.
Happy Noon Year Monday Countdown to Fun is set for Dec. 30 from 11:30 a.m.-5 p.m. Kids will celebrate the upcoming New Year with a countdown to noon complete with a ball drop watch party.
‘Dora’ movie showing at Pemberville