April 17, 2014

Jammin' at the library tonight at 6 p.m. - pass it on!

They're off!

After several cold years of Easter egg hunts, last Saturday's was a winner at Mennonite Memorial Home. Hundreds of Easter egg hunters from toddlers to age 8 picked the grounds clean of eggs in a matter of moments. Here's the start of the older kid's hunt. Watch for more photos later today.

BFR announces lots of April-May programs

Friday All Sports Class to start April 25 at BFR. Youth in grades K-5 are welcome to participate in a new BFR informal sports program on Fridays from 3:30-4:30 p.m. Each week, youth will participate in a different sport: basketball, wiffleball, dodgeball, and kickball. A minimum of 8 youth need to register for the program which will start April 25 and end May 16; cost for the 4 sessions is $12 or free for BFR members. Call BFR Sports & Fitness at 419-358-4150 to register. Van service from Bluffton schools is available for a nominal fee.

Krysti's Music Studio students showcase art work April 26

The art students of Krysti’s Music Studio will be showcasing their recent artwork on Saturday, April 26 from 11 a.m. to noon at the Bluffton Campus Life room, 111 W. College Ave.

Students who will be featured are Danielle Novak, Brooklyn West, and Kaylah Gilmore.  Community members are invited to attend and may come and go as they like, to view the artwork and chat with the artists. The students' art teacher is Tori Watkins. If you have questions, please call Krysti at 419-233-5255.


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