Sept. 7

Perry Cook Library Social Club. Coffee, cookies, fellowship, open discussion. Everyone is welcome to drop in 10:30 am -11:30am. 7406 County Road 242, Johnsville.

Fall is for planting class, Ag Credit Building upstairs conference room; 6 p.m. Class will cover why fall planting of perennials, trees and shrubs is important, the correct times and how to care for them.

“Wee” Discover at the Headwaters Outdoor Education Center begins. There are two sessions every Thursday at 10:15 a.m. and 12:45 p.m. “Wee” Discover is a preschool program for children three, four and five years old accompanied by a caregiver.No registration or fees. Each session is different – come for one or all sessions. Location is east of Mount Gilead off U.S. 42 on County Road 76 (Home Road).

Sept. 8-10

The Mansfield Youth Theatre will present Disney’s “The Lion King, Jr.” at the Renaissance Theatre. Tickets are $15 for the full performances and are available at the Renaissance Box Office, via phone at 419-522-2726 and online at

Sept. 9

The Teeple Family Reunion carry-in picnic, 1 until 4:30 at the Mount Gilead State Park. Meet in Shelter House 1 for a sharing of fun, games, food, photos and family histories. A few of the family names are Teeple, Long, Hershner, Dix, Williams, Fouble, Watkins, Bloomfield, Moore and Carr.

Sept. 13

Park Avenue Elementary is celebrating the birthday of author Roald Dahl at Back to School Literacy Night from 6-7 p.m. This free family event will include guest readers, crafts, snacks, new book previews and a book swap.

Sept. 18

The Tomorrow Center meets at 4:30 p.m. The public is welcome.

Sept. 23

Williamsport Grange #1815 Celebrity Chef Omelette Breakfast; 8-10:30 a.m., Seniors on Center, 41 W. Center St., Mount Gilead. Freewill donation. Celebrity chefs include Sheriff John Hinton, elected officials, business and community leaders. Proceed benefit Morrow County Sheriff’s Canine Program. For information call 419-560-8100 or email

Sept. 24

The 17th annual Wild Run, Headwaters Outdoor Education Center; entry fees $10; 2-mile looped grass trails course; portable restrooms available; one-mile walk and dog walk (dogs must be leashed). Registration 12:30 p.m. Several age brackets from 14 and under to 50 and over; contact Morrow Soil & Water Conservation District at 419-946-7923.

Sept. 30

Mount Gilead High School Class of 1960 reunion. For details call Dick Miller at 419-946-6741.

Nathan Dotters Cancer Benefit Ride; registration noon-1 p.m.; first bike out at 12:30 p.m.; non-riders party at 5 p.m., Boondocks Restaurant, 2987 State Route 61, Fulton. $20 per bike; $5 food donation; silent auction; 50/50 raffle; live band King Darwin. Visit or call Keith and Robin Buck at 740-802-3731. Sponsors needed.

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