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For more information about what is happening in Hancock County, visit our event calendar.

Things to do this weekend, May 29-31

Looking for something fun to do this weekend? Are you constantly asking “What’s Happening, Hancock County?” There are plenty of things to do in Findlay and Hancock County this weekend!

The Show Must Go Online- Hancock Co. Children’s Choir 

Friday, 7 p.m.
At Home!

There are no tickets needed for this performance! THE SHOW MUST GO ONLINE! A Virtual Children’s Musical tells the hilarious story of a group of passionate students desperate to keep their annual musical alive…online!  The Hancock County Children’s Choir, led by director Celia Stockton, presents their performance of a comedic and fun storyline designed to lift spirits when we all need it the most. Join the audience for “Opening Night” on Friday at 7 p.m. on the Marathon Center for the Performing Arts website!

Hit the Trail with HPD

Friday, 1 p.m.
At Home!

Hit the Trail with Hancock Park District! Tune in to Facebook at 1 p.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays for different virtual events with Hancock Park Districts.  On Fridays, HPD will lead you on an outdoor adventure, from home!  All ages are welcome. “Virtual Experiences with the Hancock Park District” are free for all and registration is not required.  See all past virtual events hereFacebook.com

Virtual Jenelle Hohman Color Me Happy Walk & 5K

Friday & Saturday

The Color Me Happy event has been transformed to a virtual event!  Starting May 23 walk or run a 5K/10K and record your time using the RunKeeper app. Upload photos of yourself walking, virtually cheering on other walks, and submit your race time for a chance to win a variety of great prizes – don’t forget to use the hashtag #ColorMeHappy!  All registered participants will also receive a “swag bag” of goodies available for pickup at the NAMI office beginning in June.  Various prizes will be offered, see the prize categories and learn more at namihancockcounty.org/jenelle-hohman-color-me-happy!  

Bluffton Farmers’ Market

Saturday, 8:30 a.m. – Noon
Citizen’s National Bank, Bluffton

Stock up on your favorite local homemade goods, produce, freshly cut flowers, and more while visiting the local farmers’ markets!  The Bluffton Farmers’ Market has many vendors registered this year, and many allow pre-orders and pick up.  See who is participating here!  Facebook.com

Arts, Crafts, and Antiques Festival

Saturday, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Sunday, 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Ghost Town

Stop by Ghost Town  and see the West come back to life! Over 20 vendors will be at the festival selling handcrafted items and antiques. In addition to admiring and buying unique art, attendees can fill up with some festival snacks and try their hand at Cowboy Karaoke!

Zonta Landing Boat Rentals

Saturday – Sunday, 1 – 7 p.m.
Riverside Park

Zonta Landing boat rentals are back in season!  Rent kayaks and canoes from the Zonta Landing Boat Rentals, located within the Riverside Park’s Waterfront Area.  The boat livery is open on weekends and holidays, 1 – 7 p.m.  Rental Rates are set at $5 per watercraft, HPD prefers checks, made payable to Hancock Park District, or cash in small denominations, an exact amount is appreciated.  No bills larger than $20 denominations will be accepted. Rental fees are paid when equipment is rented at Zonta Landing. HancockParks.com

Virtual Street Painting Streaming Event

Sunday, 6 p.m. – 8 p.m.
At Home!

Kick off Pride Month and take part in Spectrum of Findlay’s Virtual Street Painting Event this Sunday! Because an in-person street painting event could not be held, Spectrum of Findlay is providing community members with a chance to watch and interact with this virtual event via Facebook Live. Tune in as they paint the intersection of South Main St. & West Main Cross with PRIDE!