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“Adventure Begins At Your Library This Summer” sponsored by the Tuscarawas County Public Library

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First Moravian Church of Dover Invites Children to “Scuba Vacation Bible School: Diving Into Friendship With God”

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25th Anniversary Celebration of the Bolivar Branch of the Tuscarawas County Public Library System

Close Encounters with Animals at your Tuscarawas County Public Library System – Sugarcreek / Strasburg Library

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HRN Firefight Field Day

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Yard sale New Philadelphia

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Ride for Shea

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Twin Cities Schools Reunion

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Support the Uhrichsville Veterans Memorial by Buying a Brick

Uhrichsville Veterans Memorial Brick Sale. Show your support by purchasing a brick to honor your military loved ones. Only $50 for up to 3 lines of text. Limited number to purchase! Act now! For more information, contact Project Coordinator: Ann Nalley at 740.202.2122 or PM her on Facebook.

Now – Jul 15 Dress-A-Child Applications Being Accepted

To apply for help from Dress-A-Child for clothing assistance for the 2024-25 school year: Students must be in K – 12th grade and attend a building location in one of our Tuscarawas County schools. Families income must meet the federal poverty guidelines. Applications can be picked up at any of the Tuscarawas County school systems beginning Wednesday, May 1, 2024. Applications are also available for pick up at the Dover Public Library, or all 5 locations of the Tuscarawas County Public Libraries (Main, NP, Bolivar, Sugarcreek, Strasburg and Tuscarawas). Applications must be filled out completely and dropped off at any of the above mentioned libraries by Monday, July 15th, 2024. No applications will be accepted after July 15th! Applications will be reviewed starting July 16th. Families that do not meet the requirements will be notified. Several dates and locations will be set up in mid August to pick up the gift cards. (These will be announced at a later date). Dress-A-Child has proudly served the children in Tuscarawas County for over 50 years. They began by taking just a few children shopping in the 1970’s. This last school year they helped a total of 2,860! They are currently beginning to collect donations for this year. If you would like to donate, volunteer or have questions, please email: tuscdressachild@outlook.com or see their Facebook page.

Jun – Aug Free Summer Camps Offered at the Tuscarawas County Public Library System

Books are not the only offerings at the Tuscarawas County Public Library System. The County Library will be hosting a variety of free summer camps to be held across 5 locations throughout the summer months. The camps will be on a variety of topics and run at various times throughout the summer months. These are for a variety of ages – from kindergarten through 12th grade. An aspect that sets apart the County Library Camps is that they are FREE. A complete list of camps being offered can be found in the library’s programming newsletter that is available at each of the 5 library locations or on the library’s website: www.tusclibrary.org. Registration for summer camps can be completed online by visiting the library’s event calendar at www.tusclibrary.org, by stopping into one of the 5 county library systems’s 5 locations, or by calling the Main Library at 330.364.4474; Bolivar at 330.874.2720; Strasburg at 330.878.5711, Sugarcreek at 330.852.2813 or Tuscarawas at 740.922.2748. Visit the library’s website for library addresses and more information on additional program offerings.

Jun 3 – Jul 27 “Adventure Begins at Your Library This Summer” sponsored by the Tuscarawas County Public Library                                                                             
The Tuscarawas County Public Library invites the whole family to participate in this year’s Summer Reading program titled Adventure Begins at Your Library with activities and contests. Kids, teens and adults can have fun reading, attending programs and earning prizes this summer at the Main Library, as well as Bolivar, Strasburg, Sugarcreek and Tuscarawas branches from June 3rd through July 27th. Library customers can download the Beanstack Tracker app onto any of their smart devices or visit tusclibrary.beanstack.org on a home computer to register for Summer Reading. Through Beanstack, participants can track reading, participate in challenges and engage in fun literacy activities. “Parents are able to create a single account and add their children as readers so they can keep everything in one place and don’t have to juggle multiple accounts,” said Public Relations Associate Marisa Bleininger. It only takes 20 minutes of reading each day to help prevent reading loss and the library’s program can help. Kids are challenged to read 20 hours this summer and with each hour completed, they will be entered into a grand prize drawing. Once they read 20 hours, they earn a free book that they can pick up from any Tuscarawas County Public Library location. Teens and adults are also challenged to read 20 hours this summer. For each hour read, they gain an entry for the grand prize. Once they read 20 hours, they earn a sticker that they can pick up from any Tuscarawas County Public Library location. The Tuscarawas County Public Library 8-week Summer Reading program is free and open to everyone. All 5 libraries will host a variety of programs. In addition to the 20-hour challenge, summer readers who attend programs will receive an entry to monthly prizes each time they attend a program. They have also included a paper reading log in their summer program guide, because they know that not everyone has access to a smart device or home computer.   “This program is designed to help kids get excited about reading and learning even when school is out,” said Bleininger.

Jun 7 – Jul 19 Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum (JHM) hosting The Grand Tour, Summer Kids Program.

JHM’s Grand Tour Summer Kids Program will take place every Friday, with the exception of July 5th. Embark on an extraordinary journey this summer with their thrilling children’s program, The Grand Tour with the Johnson Brothers! Every Friday, (excluding July 5th) young adventurers will traverse the globe as the Johnson Brothers, the founders of JHM, once did in the 1800’s. Join JHM and see what it was like as JHM’s own David and John Johnson participated in traveling around the world and experiencing and learning about the cultures that were different from their own and returning with the knowledge to share with their homes. Through interactive activities, games and crafts, children will ignite their curiosity and broaden their horizons while learning about science, art and music across Europe, Africa and Asia. Join JHM for a summer of exploration, discovery and endless fun! The summer program is geared toward children ages 3 – 5 and 6 – 12. Admission is $1 per child per session. Families will be allowed to explore the Museum after each session. Space is limited.  Reservations are required. You can register by calling, 740.622.8710 or by visiting jhmuseum.org/summer. The Grand Tour is being presented in conjunction with the Coshocton Public Library, Clary Gardens, Historic Roscoe Village and the Pomerene Center for the Arts. Cool summer programming will be offered throughout the month of June and July at each location. The Grand Tour is supported by the Charles E and Dorothy S Bechtol Fund. The JHM is located in Historic Roscoe Village at 300 N Whitewoman Street, Coshocton.

Jun 17 Cleveland Clinic Union Hospital A1c Screening

The Cleveland Clinic Union Hospital A1c Screening will take place on Monday, June 17th from 8 – 10 am at Cleveland Clinic Union Hospital Orthopaedic Surgery Office, 515 Union Avenue, Suite 167, Dover. Management of blood sugar is key in reducing the health complications of diabetes. This finger stick screening test measures your average blood sugar over the past 2 to 3 months.  It is a non-fasting test. The cost is $5. To register, Call 330.602.0779 or Visit: UnionHospital.org/Events to see a full list of Cleveland Clinic Union Hospital community events.

Jun 17 – 20 Camp Firelight Vacation Bible School hosted by Dover First United Methodist Church

Kids! Take your friends for free Camp Firelight Vacation Bible School adventures for grades pre-K thru 5th at Dover First United Methodist Church from Monday through Friday, June 17, 18, 19 and 20 – (6 – 8:30 pm). Get ready for fun, music, crafts, science lab, outdoor games, Bible stories and more! Vacation Bible School families are invited for a free kid-friendly meal each evening from 5 – 5:45 pm and to the VBS Celebration picnic on Sunday, June 23rd with food, games and a 100-foot slip and slide! Register at: doverfirst.org using the VBS menu tab. Dover First United Methodist Church is located at 1725 North Wooster Avenue, Dover.

Jun 18 Whizbang Science Show hosted by The Tuscarawas County Public Library System

Families can watch science and entertainment collide in a Whizbang Science Show on Tuesday, June 18th at 1 pm at the Main Library of the Tuscarawas County Public Library System. Join Dr Dave on an adventure in the woods to look at the science behind survival during this interactive science show. Space is limited and registration is required. To register or for more information, visit the online registration calendar at www.tusclibrary.org or call the Main Library at 330.364.4474. The Main Library is located at 121 Fair Avenue NW, New Philadelphia.

Jun 18 5th Annual Book Fair sponsored by Barbour Publishing

The 5th Annual Book Fair is Tuesday, June 18th from 10 am – 2 pm at Barbour Publishing, 1810 Barbour Drive SE, Uhrichsville. Food Trucks: JR’s Place BBQ and Ice Cream Island. Go for a variety of Christian books, Bibles and deeply discounted journals, fiction, children and devotionals. (Cash or check only). All proceeds from this event will be donated to charities: Camo (Central American Medical Outreach, Inc.) and Noah’s Hope.  100% of proceeds donated go to charity.

Jun 18 Happy Harvesters 4-H Club Summer of 2024 Online Auction Fundraiser

The Happy Harvesters 4-H Club is learning about the pillars of character and how to apply them in life and building friendships to last a lifetime. They do a fundraiser for many things, so that they can give back more to the community, purchase club t-shirts, go on educational field trips and spend time having fun together to name a few! Their On-line Auction will be an event on their Facebook Page – @HappyHarvester4HClub. Bidding will begin on Tuesday, June 18th at 10 am and end on Wednesday, June 19th at 8 pm. Please go on their website and check out what is available to bid on. Support our local 4-H kids!

Jun 19 Valley Quilt Guild Meeting

The Valley Quilt Guild of Tuscarawas County will hold its monthly meeting on Wednesday, June 19th at 6pm at the Sacred Heart Parish Center located at 320 Fair Ave in New Phila. The program will be presented by Shannon Frankhauser of Carriage House Printery. A workshop will be held on July 20th with Brian McCoy. The Flock Around the Block will be the project.  Everyone is welcome.  For more information, check out the Guild’s Facebook page or website.

Jun 20 Family & Friends CPR Class sponsored by Cleveland Clinic Union Hospital

The Cleveland Clinic Union Hospital will host a Family and Friends CPR class Thursday, June 20th from 9:30 am – 12:30 pm at the Tuscarawas County Public Library (TCPL), Meeting Room B. The TCPL is located at 121 Fair Avenue NW, New Philadelphia. Cost: $5.00. Learn and practice CPR so that you are prepared to respond to an emergency. This class covers the basics of CPR in a relaxed environment. Class size is limited. Please note, this is NOT a certification class. Registrants must be 12 years or older. MINORS MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY AN ADULT. To register, call 330.602.0779 or visit: https://www.unionhospital.org/events to see a full list of Cleveland Clinic Union Hospital community events.

Jun 21-23 “All Aboard!” Vacation Bible School sponsored by Dover Church of Christ

Get on an exciting Train Trip back in time exploring decisions made by 2 Famous Prophets and 3 Princes. This trip includes a furnace, lions and a HUGE Fish! They’ll have fun discovering how to “Stay on the Right Track, and Make Good Decisions” as they learn to serve and obey God’s Word during life’s journey towards “Heavens’ Station”.  VBSs will take place on Friday evening: June 21st from 6:30 – 8:30 pm; Saturday morning: June 22nd from 9:30 am to 1:30 pm; Sunday morning: June 23rd from 9:30 am – 1:30 pm. Children’s Bible Class; Worship; Fellowship Meal. The Dover Church of Christ is located at: 230 East 4th Street (Corner of 4th and Poplar Streets); Dover. Call 330.343.9906 if you have any questions.

Jun 22 Ride for Shea

The Ride for Shea will take place on Saturday, June 22nd.
It will Begin at –                                                                                                
1.) Dory’s Hitchen’ Post – Lock 17  (852 Lock 17 Rd SE, Gnadenhutten)
2.) American Legion Post 431 (1 W Canal St, Newcomerstown)
3.) Shady Rest Army/Navy (6066 US-250, Beach City)
4.) Vaughan’s Pub & Grill (10983 OH-212, Bolivar); and will End at
5.) Hog Heaven-New Philadelphia (1290 W High Ave, New Philadelphia).
Registration begins at 11:00 am and last bike out at 12 Noon. Last bike in at 5:30 pm. $15/Single and $25/Couple. Food provided. PUBLIC WELCOME! They will have a 50/50, Chinese Auction and MORE. All Donations are welcome! Contact for more info: Tom Cole – 330.556.8970.

Jun 22 Twin Cities Schools Reunion

All classes from Twin Cities Schools are Welcome! Go join them for a great time and to see old friends! This includes Uhrichsville, Dennison, Saint Mary’s/ Central Catholic and Claymont. The Reunion will take place on Saturday, June 22nd at the Uhrichsville Elks.
$25.00 per person for Meal and Dance.
4:00 pm – Social Hour                                                                                    
5:00 pm – Dinner                                                                                                     
6:30 pm – Business Meeting                                                                                  
7:00 – 10:00 pm DJ’s –  Sam & Jimmy Hitchcock                                        
Catering by Kathy Stotzer.                                                                          
RSVP by June 14th to Barbie Garner, 31400 Patterson Road, Dennison, OH  44621. (740.269.6885 or 352.586.7397)
Or you may pick up tickets starting June 1st – 14th at:
Mako’s Market in Uhrichsville
First National Bank in Dennison
First National Bank in Dover
No tickets will be sold at the door                

Jun 23 Ice Cream Social hosted by Ragersville Historical Society           

Ragersville Ice Cream Social will be held on Sunday, June 23rd starting at 11 am – 2 pm at the Ragersville Historical Society Pavillion, 8800 Crooked Run Road, Sugarcreek. This is a light lunch and ice cream with toppings.

Jun 23 Free Picnic Dinner with Special Music hosted by Sherrodsville Calvary Church

Go for fellowship and a free picnic dinner with special music by “Sounds of Grace and Glory” following the picnic. This will take place on Sunday, June 23rd. The picnic will be at 5 pm and the special music following at 6:30 pm. Sherrodsville Calvary Church is located at 338 Church Street in Sherrodsville.

Jun 25 Feast and Fellowship Community Meal hosted by St Peter’s Church

Feast and Fellowship Community Meal hosted by St Peter’s Church takes place on Thursday, June 25th from 4:30 – 6 pm at St Peter’s Church located at 3640 Oldtown Valley Road SW, New Philadelphia. A home cooked meal of homemade soups and sandwiches and desserts will be served. This event takes place the fourth Thursday of each month (excludes November and December).

Jun 25 Cleveland Clinic Union Hospital A1c Screening

Cleveland Clinic Union Hospital A1c Screening will take place on Tuesday, June 25th from 9 – 11 am at Swiss Village Bulk Food Store, 309 S Broadway, Sugarcreek.  Management of blood sugar is key in reducing the health complications of diabetes. This finger stick screening test measures your average blood sugar over the past 2 to 3 months.  It is a non-fasting test. The cost is $5. To register, Call 330.602.0779 or Visit: UnionHospital.org/Events to see a full list of Cleveland Clinic Union Hospital community events.

Jun 27 Cleveland Clinic Union Hospital Cholesterol Screening

Cleveland Clinic Union Hospital is offering a Cholesterol Screening on Thursday, June 27th from 9 – 11 am at Garaway Senior Center, 221 Dover Road, Sugarcreek.  Cholesterol Screening is a 5-minute instant screening that tests for total cholesterol, good (HDL) and bad (LDL) cholesterol, as well as triglycerides and blood sugar. Most accurate results with a 12-hour fast. Appointments preferred. Walk-ins accepted on a limited basis. The cost is $9.00. To make an appointment, call 330.602.0779 or contact: UnionHospital.org/Events to see a full list of Cleveland Clinic Union Hospital community events.

Jun 29 “Rock the Lot!” sponsored by Uhrichsville Elks & Moose

“Rock the Lot” Will take place on Saturday, June 29th beginning at 3:00 pm. Food available for purchase:  Chicken BBQ, Freightrain Pizza and a Beer Garden that will be open from 3 pm -? Bands: Martini & Russo & New Wave Nation. The location is: 418 N Main Street in Uhrichsville

Ongoing TRINITY Breast and Cervical Cancer Grant Program

Many women without health insurance are not aware that this service exists and that they have the opportunity to receive breast and cervical cancer screenings. The Trinity Breast and Cervical Program is part of the National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program. The money for this program is funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and also the state of Ohio. They are reaching out to women who have not been able to get their annual screenings done because they cannot afford them. Pap Tests, Pelvic Exams, and Clinical Breast Exams are offered to women 40 years of age and over, as also mammograms for women 50 years of age and over who are uninsured and have an income at or below 200% of the federal poverty level. To set up an appointment, women can call Trinity BCCP at 1-800-921-5151.  Trinity will complete an application and help them to choose a provider close to their home. Once enrolled the women are scheduled for their screenings and an appointment letter is mailed to them that they in turn take to their appointment. The letter tells the provider that Trinity BCCP should be billed for the approved visit. Qualified women do not have to pay upfront and will not receive a bill for approved services by Trinity BCCP. For a limited time, Trinity BCCP will give each woman who completes her screening services a $20 gift card. (According to Barb Steitz, Program Manager at Trinity BCCP, the program began in 1994 and has funded over 118,000 pap tests, 131,000 clinical breast exams, and 109,000 mammograms for eligible women.

Ongoing Spinal Cord Injury Support Group

The spinal Injury support group meets on the 2nd Thursday of every month at 7 PM in the Union Hospital Toomey Room-Front (Ground floor immediately outside the cafeteria). Park in the upper visitor parking lot. All are welcome to attend. For more info, contact: Sue Shepherd at sbshepherd813@gmail.com

Ongoing Crohn’s & Colitis Support Group at Newcomerstown

This group meeting will be held every Tuesday from 5-6 pm at the Newcomerstown Public Library located at 123 E Main St, Newcomerstown. You and your loved ones are welcome to attend! They hope to see you there!

Ongoing Warren Township Community Center in New Cumberland

You can take advantage of their Eat in or Drive Thru Take Out in Back. Call ahead for take-out at 330.365.9240. Hours are 11 am – 1 pm every Monday, for a donation. (Each Monday is a different menu).
Bingo starts at 12:30 pm every Monday.
“The Loft” Resale Shop is open on Mondays from 10AM – 1:30 PM with a wide variety of good used items!
Grab a Good Book from the Reading Room
“Pop Up” Library on select Mondays!
Corn Hole Games Wednesday’s and Sunday’s at 6 pm.
Euchre
every second Tuesday of the month at 6 pm. (Covered Dish)
“Men’s Basketball” night once again! Gym will be open at 6 pm EVERY THURSDAY. Everyone is welcome! Go help keep Pastor Larry Stitt on his toes!
PICKLEBALL Every Friday at 11 am The Warren Township Community Center (the former New Cumberland Elementary School) is located in New Cumberland off of State Route 212 in the Atwood Lake area. Physical address is: 3986 New Cumberland Rd NE, Mineral City. For more information, call Portia at 330.260.9528 or the Center at 330.365.9240 and leave a message.

Ongoing Newcomerstown Historical Society Events

The Olde Main Street Museum is located at 213 West Canal Street in Newcomerstown. Call 740.498.5636 for more information.

Ongoing Newcomerstown Museum Events

All future tours of the museum will be by appointment only and visitors can call 740.498.7735 to make arrangements to tour. The Gift Shop at Olde Main Street was recently refurbished and is under the management of Karen Shepherd.  Visit the Newcomerstown Historical Society’s Facebook Page for future events.

Ongoing Coshocton Johnson Humrickhouse Museum
Upcoming events: Visit: jhmuseum@jhmuseum.org or call them at 740.622.8710 with any questions or if you would like to set up an appointment to pick up materials.

Our Town Stories occur monthly on the second Thursday of the month at noon.
For more upcoming events, go to: jhmuseum@jhmuseum.org Join them on Saturdays and Sundays, from noon – 4 pm as they put the finishing touches on their brand new exhibits and displays! Gone are the days of the same ‘ole stuff year after year. Next time you see them, be ready for a whole new experience! Keep an eye on their social media for renovation updates! The museum is located at 300 N Whitewoman Street in Coshocton. The museum encourages all patrons to take health and safety precautions. To familiarize yourself with their new Covid-19 guidelines, please visit their website.  For more information or to RSVP, contact the museum at 740.622.8710 or email: jhmuseum@jhmuseum.org. For more information: Email: scoops@ohiotraveler.com or director@visitcoshocton.com or contact: Coshocton Visitors Bureau, 432 North Whitewoman St, Coshocton at 740.622.8710

Ongoing Plat Books Available

The Tuscarawas County office of Ohio State University Extension located at 419 16th St SW, New Philadelphia (330.339.2337) has Plat Books available for purchase at the office. The cost is $20 per book and proceeds benefit the 4-H program. An additional purchase location is the Tuscarawas County Map Office located at 125 E High Ave, New Phila.  (330.365.3303).

Ongoing Gas Pipeline Information

The oil and gas activity throughout the county has created the need for the construction of pipelines to move the product. Many landowners who are being contacted about their property can receive free resources to help landowners get answers. Log on to http://tuscarawas.osu.edu or contact the Tuscarawas County office of Ohio State University Extension at 330-339-2337.

Ongoing Schedule of Events for Historic Zoar Village/ Schoenbrunn Village/Fort Laurens/Uhrichsville Clay Museum
For more information, contact Fort Laurens at 330.874.2059 or Zoar at 330.874.3011 or visit their websites at zoarinfo@historiczoarvillage.comwww.ohiosfirstvillage.com or www.fortlaurens.org

Historic Zoar Village: Zoar Specialty Tours: Zoar General History
Historic Zoar Village is a National Historic Landmark District keeping much of its historic appearance.  Please call 330.874.3011 for more information on what’s going on in Historic Zoar Village. They will be happy to share their safety and distancing guidelines with you.  Check out their website: zoarinfo@historiczoarvillage.com for all their up-and-coming events. Please email Tammi at tshrum@historiczoarvillage.com or call 330.874.3011 for more information.
Fort Laurens:  
visit their website at www.fortlaurens.org for more information.
Schoenbrunn Village:
For more information, call 740-922-6776 or 330-663-6610. www.ohiosfirstvillage.com Uhrichsville Clay Museum:  See their website for up-and-coming events

Ongoing Norma Johnson Center
For more information, contact Norma Johnson Center (NJC) office located with Tuscarawas Soil & Water Conservation District at 330-339-7976

Ongoing The Wilderness Center (TWC)

The Wilderness Center (“Connecting you with nature”) is located at 9877 Alabama Ave. SW, Wilmot, OH 330.359.5235
Go to: https://www.wildernesscenter.org/  to check out their upcoming Events” and to register.
Events: Go to their website to check out all the upcoming events at TWC. Go to the TWC website: twc@wildernesscenter.org  for the dates, times, and costs +  more information.  Also, Check out the TWC Nature store online now! Birdseed, books, apparel & more! Support TWC while you shop! Go to the wilderness center.square.site.

Ongoing Save the Coshocton Planetarium

Coshocton City Schools does not have the financial ability to restore the planetarium. As a result, a citizens committee has taken on the task to secure financial aid from foundations, businesses, social clubs & private individuals to finish the project. Please consider assisting financially. Donations can be made at the following locations that are tax-deductible: Home Loan & Savings Bank; Coshocton City Schools Attn: Treasurer or Save the Coshocton Planetarium, PO Box 1517, Coshocton, OH 43812. (Make checks payable to Coshocton Business Development Foundation and in the memo, line write: Coshocton Planetarium.) Or Go Fund Me online: https://gofundme.com/chs-planetarium. You may also contact the committee chairman: Ron Derewecki at 740.622.1058

Ongoing T- County Beekeepers Assoc Meeting
Website:  www.tuscarawascountybeekeepersclub.org, Facebook page or call Association President, Ray Wirt at 330.323.5525. Future meetings are scheduled for: (~No December meeting!~)

Ongoing Chili Crossroads Bible Church Events
Every Wednesday at 6:30 pm  Chili Crossroads church will have a program for adults, teens, and kids.   
Wednesdays at Chili –  Pizza, Salads & Subs will resume starting Sept 2nd. Every Wednesday! Pizza is available on Wednesdays from 3 – 8 pm. Except for holidays such as Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s Day. Also, Adults can go enjoy a Bible study called the Power of Prayer on the same night and time as the kids enjoy their themed events. Everyone welcome! Free! They hope to see you there! Dine-in or carry out. 5-mile delivery available. This will help them help kids in the community, providing transportation and Bible memory. Call ahead: 740.545.9707.  See the menu at www.chilibiblechurch.org or the church’s Facebook page.   
Watch Devotionals on Facebook live on weekdays at 10 am at www.facebook.com/chilicrossroads/live.
Watch live services being streamed at 10:30 am every Sunday and Friday night at 8:15.
Chili Crossroads Bible Church Changing Name of Recovery to Simple Steps Recovery
Drug overdose deaths killed over 107,000 Americans last year. Let’s stop the crisis together! Chili Crossroads Bible Church is proud to announce the Friday night recovery program has been changed from RU Recovery and is now called Simple Steps Recovery. The newly enhanced program meets every Friday night at 7 pm. Transportation is available across from 612 Walnut in Coshocton every Friday at 6:30 pm. Open to the public.  Everyone is invited. Open program. Childcare and meal are provided. The address of Chili Crossroads Bible Church is 29445 County Road 10, Fresno.

Ongoing Carroll County Arts Center Activities

For classes, call 330.627.3739 to register! Payment is due at registration. Check out more classes on their website. Embrace Appalachia at your Art Center! http://carrollcountyarts.org/site/  The Carroll County Arts Center is located at 204 West Main Street, Carrollton. Upcoming events: None reported at this time.

Ongoing Events in Stark County

Please go to their website www.StarkCountyEvents.com for a schedule of activities for Arts, Theater, Music, Business, Children’s, Education, Farmer’s Markets, Festivals, Fundraiser/Benefits, Health events, Lecture/Workshops, Literacy, Membership Meetings and Museum Exhibits.