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June 20, 2019

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Bike rodeo Saturday AM at Buckeye

Sponsored by Bluffton police, Bike Crazy and Bluffton Pediatrics

Bluffton Police, Bike Crazy and Bluffton Pediatrics will host a bike rodeo from 8 to 11 a.m., Saturday, May 18, at the Buckeye park.

The event for youth will include bike riding safety skills, free helmets (limited quantity) and prize drawings.


Drop me off downtown

Everything is happening downtown Bluffton on Saturday. The Bluffton Area Chamber of Commerce's arts and crafts festival fills Main Street from Elm to Franklin with lots of activities. Here's a map showing where to find the many attractions.


Art students from Krysti's Music Studio on exhibit at MMH

The art students of Krysti's Music Studio have their works on display at the Mennonite Memorial Home for the month of May.

The students represented are Lena Brown, Morgan Grieshop, Owen Kohli, Ella Krupp, and Kizer Young. The students take private art lessons at the studio with teacher Vickie Garmon. 


Advanced directives program Thursday at town hall

In observation of National Healthcare Decision Day, several Bluffton churches and Herb Walker, St. Rita’s Medical Center hospice chaplain, will lead an informational meeting Thursday, May 9, from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Bluffton town hall.

Participants will learn more about advance directives and have opportunities to complete the required documents.

The free program will include several handouts and additional documents about advance directives.


Fifth annual Ride to Remember July 20

Several routes offered; proceeds benefit Bluffton Pathway project

The Bluffton Lions Foundation will host the Fifth Annual Ride to Remember on Saturday, July 20. Several routes will be offered, ranging in distance from the 2-mile Town Loop to the 112-mile Triplett Challenge.  Proceeds from the ride will benefit the Bluffton Pathways Project.

“Last year, we drew more than 200 riders,” said Dick Ramseyer, chair of the event.  “We hope to add even more riders this year and are offering a lot of perks to attract them.” 


Bluffton Scrap Artist Quilters will meet Monday, May 6

Visitors welcome

The Bluffton Scrap Artist Quilters club will meet on Monday, May 6, at 7 p.m. at the Senior Center, 132 N. Main St. This club celebrates all things quilted, sewn and/or made with fabric. The group always has show 'n tell during the meeting to allow members and guests to show their handiwork.

Guests are welcome. Refreshments will be served.

Pictured below: quilted tablerunner, designed and made by member Ruth Grihalva