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The Tiffin-Seneca Public Library announces the exciting line-up for their summer reading programs. Designed for all ages and interests, the programs help young children build reading and language skills, prepare children for success by developing early language skills, motivate teens to read and discuss literature and encourage adults to enjoy the experience of reading.

For those of you who love seeing old photos of Tiffin, here’s your chance to own a book dedicated to that very subject! The Seneca County Museum will host a Book Launch and Signing event on Saturday, February 28 from 1:30 to 4 p.m. for the book, “Images of America: Tiffin” by Keith and Laura

The Seneca Industrial and Economic Development Corp. (SIEDC) released today two reports designed to assist public officials with the decision on a location for a joint county-municipal courts facility, also known as a Joint Justice Center. City and County officials, private investors, and SIEDC have been awaiting the results to help in the site selection

Human trafficking has been described by some as our modern-day holocaust. To raise awareness about the prevalence of the issue and ways to prevent it from happening in our own back yards, Heidelberg University and Tiffin University are co-hosting Human Trafficking Awareness Week Jan. 26-29 with a series of speakers that include survivors, investigators and

The Ritz Theatre proudly presents their 17th annual Summer Theatre Camp. To accommodate previous demand, The Ritz is offering two separate week-long camps. Students will be limited to participate in only one of the two weeks as either an actor or assistant director. Two directors from the prestigious Missoula Children’s Theatre (MCT) of Montana will

Volunteers of America Autumnwood Care Center is proud to present a private screening of the award-winning documentary, “Glen Campbell…I’ll Be Me” as a community gift. The film will be screened for those most touched by Alzheimer’s in the Tiffin community. This includes family members, caregivers, health care providers, private and public community leaders and fans

The leaves are off the trees, the holiday decorations are up, and festive music is playing everywhere you go. It’s holiday season! It’s the perfect time to head out with your family and friends to experience stunning holiday lights. From cheerful towns’ dazzling displays to annual zoo celebrations, come and rejoice in all the shining

The Cat in the Hat and his famous red and white striped hat will lead audiences on a fun adventure through some of Dr. Suess’s most popular stories when the Community Music School at Heidelberg University presents Seussical Jr. Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 13 and 14. More than 60 local and area children in grades

Tiffin’s Winterfest and Victorian Weekend features the annual Holiday House Tour sponsored by the Tiffin Historic Trust, on Sunday, December 7, from 1:00-5:00 p.m. The homes are clustered in typical small-town neighborhoods and represent both grand and more modest styles representative of the Victorian era and later. Just past downtown, the houses on Sycamore Street

Tiffin-Seneca Library is to host “Operation Elf: A Community Christmas Party,” sponsored by National Machinery LLC on Sunday, December 7, from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. The Christmas celebration will include family activities like holiday games and crafts, Christmas storytelling, face painting, Elsa from the movie “Frozen” will make an appearance and Greg Carson, magical entertainer,

The Toledo Zoo’s Lights Before Christmas is a wonderful holiday tradition. Visitors enjoy displays containing millions of lights and many other holiday-themed attractions. Enjoy a holiday-themed Festive Feast at the Holiday Lodge, Watch the Dancing Lights display near Cheetah Valley, hear the joyous sounds of carolers on selected evenings, and of course don’t forget visits

Tiffin University will host the launch of E3 For Athletes, at a conference on Friday, November 14, from 10:00 a.m. to 12 noon in Chisholm Auditorium (located inside of Franks Hall). The conference is free of charge and is open to the public. Athletes tend to think of themselves as invincible. Traditionally, it’s not uncommon

The School of Business at Heidelberg University is accepting nominations for its annual Women Entrepreneur Awards program. Each spring, in conjunction with The Patricia Adams Lecture Series, the university honors women entrepreneurs who have excelled in four categories: Young Entrepreneur (younger than 18 years old); Startup Entrepreneur (in business less than 2 years); Established Entrepreneur