A monthly casual meet and eat to get to know one another a little better, have a little fun, and great conversations. Each attendee will pay for their own food/drink.
Seneca County Rising is a local group working to enact positive change by promoting human rights and encouraging grass roots activism. In the aftermath of the historic 2017 Women’s March on Washington, we came together to determine what we could do on a local level to promote the same sense of unity, acceptance, inclusiveness, positive engagement, tolerance and empowerment that was in full evidence and abundance in D.C. on Saturday, January 21st. If you think or feel the same way, then join us as we work together to advocate for human rights in word, action and spirit.
Each Monday and Wednesday at the Allen Eiry Center, we offer “Delay the Disease”: a fitness class for individuals with Parkinson’s Disease. This class is lead by a physical therapist and staff from Mercy Tiffin Rehab. Call the Allen Eiry Center at 419.488.9774 or Mercy Tiffin Rehab at 419.455.8600 for more information.
Sponsored by the Seneca County Park District.
Meet once a week at Garlo Heritage Nature Preserve during the month of July. Read a chapter from one of the American Girl Book Series and then re-enact the activity. Attendance at all four sessions will provide for a better American Girl experience, but is not required.