Home
November 26, 2014

Advertisement

Most Recent Poll

Name the pie on your Thanksgiving dinner table

You are here

All Bluffton Icon News

Dough Hook taking orders for Christmas goodies

The Dough Hook is taking orders for Christmas goodies, according to Marlena Ballinger. In addition, it now offers fresh oysters.

The shop is at 117 N. Main St., Bluffton. Phone 419-369-4264

Section: 

December's senior citizens dinner is at 11 a.m. Dec. 8

December is a busy time at the Bluffton Senior Citizens Center. 

This month's dinner meeting is at 11 a.m., Monday, Dec. 8. It is free to members, but registration is required by Dec. 3. The meal is catered by Richland Manor and the program is Bingo.

During November and December, the Center is open on Saturdays from 9 a.m. to noon.

Bridge Home Health and Hospice will present a program "Stress from the Holidays." The program is Wednesday, Dec. 17, at 12:30 p.m. A potluck lunch takes place at noon. The program is open to the public.

Women take down Heidelberg for 3rd straight win

Stats

TIFFIN, Ohio - The Bluffton University women's basketball team continued its winning ways on Tuesday, Nov. 25, with an 82-69 victory at Heidelberg University. The Beavers improved to 3-1 with their third straight win, while the Student Princes slipped to 1-2 on the young season.

BHS juniors, parents offer gift wrapping service to raise post-prom funds

Bluffton High School juniors and their parents will be wrapping Christmas gifts from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 6 and 20 in the Bluffton Elementary School gym to raise funds for their post prom activities. Donations will be accepted.

Those wishing to have gifts wrapped may drop off and pick up their items in the gym.

Schwyzerdutsch spoken Dec. 2 at Maple Crest

Bluffton/Pandora Swiss Community Historical Society is hosting a time to speak Swiss with each other on Tuesday, Dec. 2, at 3 p.m. in the Family Room at Maple Crest in Bluffton.

Rich Bucher said, "Come and dust off your Swiss language skills and see what you remember of the Schwyzerdutsch!"

The only agenda is to speak Swiss. Refreshments will be supplied. If you have
any questions, phone Bucher at (419) 358-0505 or email him at richardwbucher@yahoo.com

Section: 

Ruth Naylor-Wendy Chappell-Dick perform together three times in December

Ruth Naylor and Wendy Chappell-Dick will perform three times together in Bluffton during December.

The performances combine Chappell-Dick's music and Naylor's poetry in text and song to create a dialogue that covers politics, doubt, and faith, all within the setting of the Christmas story.

Chappell-Dick recorded her album “Songs of Forests and Thorns” a few years ago, and Naylor recently published her anthology of "Christmas poems Straw and All."

Section: 

Swiss Community Historical Society Christmas open house Dec. 13

The Bluffton/Pandora Swiss Community Historical Society Christmas open house, “Christmas at the Homestead” will be Saturday, Dec. 13, from 1-6 p.m. at the Schumacher Homestead. 

The public is invited to tour the decorated 1843 house while snacking on homemade treats and listening to songs of the season. 

Section: 

Mustard Seed Cafe offers burger and brews on Wednesdays

BURGER & BREW FEATURES EVERY WEDNESDAY!

Mustard Seed Café, 562 N. Main St. Bluffton, will be featuring a unique burger every Wednesday evening, paired with a craft selection from its craft beer offerings.

This Wednesday the feature is a Reuben Burger, with pastrami, sauerkraut, red onion and house Russian dressing. It is served with potato frites and house Remoulade for dipping. This burger will be paired with Fat Head Brewery's Head Hunter IPA.

Tree of Remembrance memorial service Dec. 7 at Centre

Chiles-Laman Funeral & Cremation Services will be holding a Tree of Remembrance Memorial Service at 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 7 at the Bluffton Centre, 601 N. Main St.

The memorial service is for families and individuals who have lost a loved one this year or in years past.  The ornaments will be hung on the Christmas Tree and given to families at the end of the service.

Krysti's Music Studio students perform in several upcoming recitals

The music students of Krysti’s Music Studio will be showcasing their talents in several upcoming Christmas concerts.

"The students have been practicing and are eager to share their music! Instruments included throughout the recitals will be piano, voice, guitar, strings, and woodwinds.," said Schey.

Performers for Saturday, Nov. 29, 11 a.m. at Good Samaritan in Arlington are: Andrew Behrendt, Gracie Breidenbach, Owen Kohli, Eli Lehman, Jacob Lehman, Madison Newcomer, Bekah Rehm, Jonah Rehm, Micah Rehm, and Ian Rex.

Section: 

Pages