This open house is to show the community the work that is progressing around Active Transportation in Seneca County, Ohio. There will be large scale maps of Seneca County, City of Tiffin, and City of Fostoria for the public to view. We will also have several renderings of what proposed bike trails in Seneca County will look like. This event is FREE to the public.
Seneca County Park District, Tiffin City Park District, and the Seneca County Health Department will have information available about their programs, parks and healthy active lifestyles.
We ask that you take a few moments while walking around the Tiffin Flea Market to stop in and check out what’s happening!
Sponsored by the Junior Fair Foundation. One of the largest flea markets in northwest Ohio. Handicapped accessible. Featuring 300-450 dealers per show.
Saturday hours are 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday hours are 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Vendors interested in participating in the Flea Market can find more information on the Event Website link.
Regular hours are Saturdays 12 to 7 p.m. and Sundays 12 to 6 p.m. until October 28, 2018.
Here are some ways you can have fun at Riehm Farms:
- Cheer as three little pigs race to the finish line.
- Launch veggies at our numbered targets.
- Feed the goats as they climb the goat walk.
- Hayrides have high sides for a safe enjoyable ride.
- Play trivia inside the maze, unlock the word find and climb the look out bridge.
- Children’s Tunnel in our barn of straw.
- Challenge a friend to a variety of outdoor games.
- See if you can milk a cow.
Sponsored by the Seneca County Park District. Enjoy a canoe float around the big pond to see what nature has to offer. Canoes, paddles and adult life jackets provided. Parents need to provide life jackets for their children under age eight. Limited number of canoes so please register.
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.