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July 5, 2022, 10:00 AM–10:00 AM

Children’s Storytime at Napoleon Library

Arts and Culture, Community

Location: Napoleon Public Library, 310 W Clinton St, Napoleon, OH 43545

We are excited to announce that in-person storytimes at the main branch will resume in April!

Starting Tuesday, April 5th, we will hold storytime in the Youth Department every Tuesday at 10:00 AM.

Registration is encouraged, but not required. Contact us at 419-592-2531 ext. 3 or email us at napoleonpubliclibrary@gmail.com

July 5, 2022, 1:00 PM–6:00 PM

Blood Drive

Community, Health

Location: St Peter’s Lutheran Church, 710 Joe E Brown Ave, Holgate, OH 43527

St. Peter Lutheran Church
710 E. Joe E. Brown
Holgate, OH 43527
01:00 PM – 06:00 PM

July 5, 2022, 5:30 PM–7:00 PM

Teen Movie Night in Hamler

Arts and Culture, Community

Location: Historic Hamler City Hall, 160 S Marion St, Hamler, Ohio 43524

Teen Movie shown in Historic Hamler City Hall on Tuesdays in June, July, & August from 5:30-7.

July 5, 2022, 7:00 PM–7:00 PM

Movie Night in Hamler

Arts and Culture, Community

Location: Historic Hamler City Hall, 160 S Marion St, Hamler, Ohio 43524

Movie geared to the adult generation shown in Historic Hamler City Hall on Tuesdays in June, July, & August from 7-9pm.

July 6, 2022, 9:00 AM–11:00 AM

Create Robots & Enter our Community Exhibit

Arts and Culture, Community

Location: Soaring Arts Studio #2, 119 W Washington St, Napoleon, OH 43545

Stop by the Studio anytime from 9-11AM to create a junk robot with the Studio Artists! Not only will you get to create a fun, unique piece, this piece will then become a part of a large community Robot Exhibit this fall! You’ll be invited to come and show off your artwork in a gallery setting!
After the exhibit, you’ll be free to take your robot home to enjoy for years to come!
There is no cost for this event!
All are welcome!

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July 6, 2022, 1:00 PM–7:00 PM

Blood Drive

Community, Health

Location: Immaculate Conception Catholic Church, 230 Allendale Ave, Deshler, OH 43516

Immaculate Conception Catholic Church
230 Allendale Avenue
Deshler, OH 43516
01:00 PM – 07:00 PM
Note: Carry kindness! Come give June 30-July 10 for a Red Cross recycled cotton tote bag, ltd. qty.

July 6, 2022, 6:00 PM–8:00 PM

River City Rodders Classic Car Cruise In

Arts and Culture, Clubs and Organizations, Community

Location: Downtown Napoleon

Free and open to the public.
Show off your classic or hot rod.
Check out the vehicles and reminisce.

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July 8, 2022, 9:00 AM–12:00 PM

McClure garage sales

Community, Shopping

Location: McClure, Ohio 43535

Community Garage Sales

July 8, 2022, 10:00 AM–12:30 PM

Kid Kamp Fridays: Messy Art Day

Arts and Culture, Community

Location: Soaring Arts Studio #2, 119 W Washington St, Napoleon, OH 43545

Join us for KID KAMP FRIDAYS at Soaring Art Studio this summer!
Each week, Soaring Arts will host an arts camp! During this camp, students will get the opportunity to be creative and express themselves in many ways! Each Friday, we’ll create several art projects to take home. We will explore new mediums of art that go with our weekly theme and play some games too!
*Class fee for the day is $10.00.
(This will include all supplies needed for this class as well as valuable instruction.)
*Seats are limited for these classes and pre-registration is required. This can be done several ways:
1-By going to our website (see “get ticket” link on this event.)
2-By stopping by the Studio or
3-Over the phone (419-592-0535.)
**Your spot will be officially reserved once we have received your payment.
*THIS CLASS IS SUITED FOR AGES 2-5. Each child will need to be accompanied by an adult.
Thanks so much! We look forward to creating with you!
Soaring Arts Studio #2
Studio Express
119 W. Washington Street
(in between Country Gourmet and Pocket Park.)

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July 8, 2022, 6:00 PM–9:00 PM

Brad Burkhart at The Lumberyard

Arts and Culture, Community

Location: The Lumberyard Winery & Supply, 118 W Front St, Napoleon, OH 43545

Brad Burkhart is an accomplished singer/songwriter who has traveled and played music in Ohio, Michigan, and Indiana for decades. His original songs could be defined as folk and country but he also covers a wide variety of acoustic classic rock, country, and 60’s, 70’s, and 80’s pop songs. His years of experience as an entertainer ensures that a good time will be had by everyone in his audience.

We are excited to bring Rosie’s Rolling Chef Sr back to the winery FRIDAY, JULY 8, 2022 AT 4 PM – 8 PM!!!
The Rolling Chef is the mobile gourmet kitchen of Rosie’s Italian Grille, serving lunch in the Toledo area, Monday through Friday, and event catering. Voted Best Food Truck in the City of Toledo for two consecutive years!

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July 9, 2022, 8:00 AM–12:00 PM

Henry County Farmers Market

Community, Shopping

Location: Oakwood Office Complex, 1853 Oakwood Ave, Napoleon, OH 43545

Come out on Saturdays from 8am to Noon in the parking lot of the Oakwood Office Complex, 1853 Oakwood Ave, Napoleon for plants, homemade treats and crafts.

July 9, 2022, 11:00 AM–11:00 AM

Euchre at Hamler Legion

Arts and Culture, Community

Location: Hamler Legion, 350 Randolph St, Hamler, OH 43524

Sign up is from 11-noon
$10 per team, bring your own partner
Hot Lunch is $5
50/50 Raffle

July 9, 2022, 11:00 AM–11:00 AM

Chicken BBQ Drive Thru

Community, Fundraiser – Food

Location: Deshler Legion, 505 S Stearns, Deshler, OH 43516

Drive Thru only. Enter from east on Bartlow St and exit on Stearns.
$10

July 9, 2022, 6:00 PM–9:00 PM

Garnet McGladdery & Chuck Mauk at The Lumberyard

Arts and Culture, Community

Location: The Lumberyard Winery & Supply, 118 W Front St, Napoleon, OH 43545

Garnet was born in Detroit, MI and at a young age you would find him listening to Ted Nugent’s first band the Amboy Dukes who would rehearse just down the street from where he grew up. He was inspired and wanted to be like Ted so he begged his Mom to help him get his first Gibson and he was on his way.
The family moved to Defiance, OH when Garnet was a freshman in high school. He played with some local musicians and finally landed in a band from Ayersville, OH called The Other Half. Garnet was one of the driving forces in the band from 1969 – 2000. The Other Half toured as a horn band with Garnet on lead guitar from 1971 – 1974. The band regrouped in 1976 and cut the “Smut” album in 1979 which achieved national success. Garnet and Smirth won numerous awards for Smut and The Punk Polka which was used in TV syndication. They also got a lot of FM airplay which peaked the interest of some music business people in Los Angeles. So Garnet and The Other Half moved to L.A. in 1985.
They played every venue. The Whiskey, Roxy, Madame Wongs, The FM Station etc. Performed for all the record companies but it just didn’t pan out. So some of the members returned to Ohio and Garnet stayed on with the rest of the band where he became the lead singer of a heavy rock version of The Other Half. During this time Garnet also spends 11 years in production work alongside some of the top R&R sound engineers in the world. He also trained in corporate video, lighting edit and design.
In 1996 Garnet and Jim Horetski with 2 former members of Crazy Horse start an Eagles clone band. Garnet covers the Joe Walsh stuff and the piano work in this project. The band to this day is still one of the top Eagle attractions in the country. Garnet leaves The Long Run in the year 2000 and comes back home to Defiance, OH.
He joins up with local favorite Wally and the Beavs as the bass player. He plays for 2 years with them and then joins forces with Pete Schlegel and the Trusouth Band as the bass player, band director and production coordinator. In this project Garnet was able to put most of his talents to use. In 2004 he directed and co-edited the hit video “It Takes A Whole Lotta Liquor To Like Her”. The video played in the top ten on GAC, CMT and VH1 Country for 3-6 months. He then tours as the band director and bass player for Daryle Singletary, Jeff Carson and Pete Schlegel from 2006 – 2009 touring fairs and venues throughout the U.S.
Garnet leaves the band in 2009 and spends the next 3 years recording regional Rap artists at his private studio.
Garnet has now joined up with the Trans Siberian Orchestra Tribute band “Siberian Solstice” for the 2015 season and is looking forward to performing as a lead guitar player and lead singer for the group.
Garnet starts a solo/duo act in January 2017 playing all the hits people want to hear.

We are excited to bring Rosie’s Rolling Chef Sr back to the winery Saturday, July 9, 2022 from 4 PM – 8 PM!
The Rolling Chef is the mobile gourmet kitchen of Rosie’s Italian Grille, serving lunch in the Toledo area, Monday through Friday, and event catering. Voted Best Food Truck in the City of Toledo for two consecutive years! www.facebook.com/events/298193075664011

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July 9, 2022, 6:00 PM–8:30 PM

Wake-Up America

Church Event, Community

Location: Christ Community Church, 20172 County Road X, Ridgeville Corners, OH 43

Everyone Welcome

July 9, 2022, 6:00 PM–9:00 PM

Chris Dilbone at Leisure Time Winery

Arts and Culture, Community

Location: Leisure Time Winery, 16982 County Road M2, Napoleon, OH 43545

Live Entertainment- Chris Dilbone.

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July 10, 2022, 10:30 AM–10:30 AM

Chicken Bar B Cue

Community, Fundraiser – Food

Location: Holgate Village Park

Chicken only
Drive Thru
Proceeds support Holgate Lions Club Community Service programs

July 10, 2022, 11:00 AM–1:00 PM

Chicken BBQ

Community, Fundraiser – Food

Location: Napoleon Moose Lodge, 1381 Oakwood Ave, Napoleon, OH 43545

Open to the Public

July 10, 2022, 1:00 PM–1:00 PM

Ultimate MVCT Family Picnic

Arts and Culture, Community

Location: Cultural Center of Henry County’s Front Lawn, 303 W. Main Street, Napoleon, OH 43545

Maumee Valley Civic Theater (MVCT) will be hosting this year a Family Picnic. Put on your best picnic attire and celebrate what’s most important in your life, Family, by attending this special and unique event. The event will take place outside on the Cultural Center of Henry County’s Front Lawn (303 W. Main Street, Napoleon, OH 43545) – Formal Central Elementary School on July 10, 2022, at 1:00 pm at. This event is for all ages. Pre-registration is required.

During registration you will have the option to request a table or a blanket as well as friends setting request. And let’s not forget who will win our coveted trophy naming your family the 2022 Ultimate MVCT Family Picnic winner.

MVCT will follow all required Covid guidelines.

Picnic Cost:
$15 each per Child
$15 each Mother/Father
$15 each Grandparents(s)

Included in the cost of the ticket:
Finger sandwiches, finger desserts, fruit and veggies, lemonade, water, and iced tea. Family picture – photos will be available by digital download on a password protective website within 2 weeks of the event (a password will be provided on the day of the event), family games, make it and take it craft, kid’s summer pack raffle, and a raffle for the adults with so many items.

All sales final. Each picnic table (or equivalent) normally will seat up to eight (8) people, groups larger than eight (8) may be split up into two (2) tables. The Maumee Valley Civic Theater Representatives will try their best to honor any table request however, we cannot guarantee all seating requests will be able to be accommodated. All specific table requests must be submitted via email (info@mvctohio.org) no later than July 1, 2022, to be considered.

Vendor Information
Each vendor should supply two items from their “product line” each equivalent to $15-20. Setup will begin at 11:30 pm on the day of the event, and all vendors MUST be set up no later than 12:45 pm. Vendors will be responsible for their own tables and chairs and may use tents no larger than 10×10 to cover their tables. Please note we will try our best to ensure that there are no duplicates vendors selling the same products. Please accept our apologies in advance if there are any duplicates.

Questions should be directed via email to info@mvctohio.org

Tickets on sale: June 1, 2022

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July 10, 2022, 1:00 PM–4:00 PM

Four Corners Heritage Center Open House

Arts and Culture, Community

Location: Four Corners Historical Cooperative, 7130 County Road M, Grelton, OH 43523

Appreciate history, save it and celebrate with us. You’re invited to visit Four Corners Heritage Center, a historic country gem, the 2nd Sunday from May through December 1-4 pm, during a special event or by appointment. The structure used to be a Methodist Episcopal Church built around 1890 and is located on road M, west of road 7 in Grelton. It’s filled with many educational, inspirational and fun artifacts from around Henry County. The site is owned and managed by the Four Corners Historical Cooperative, Inc. For more information find us on Facebook or contact Peggy Bohls (419) 966-1648, Bennie Dawson (419) 591-9967, Janet Schmidt (419) 591-6578.

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