What no one tells you about Mt. Blanchard

Source: Hancock County Convention & Visitors Bureau Blog ~ What no one tells you about Mt. Blanchard Pop quiz. Which of these rural legends do you believe? Johnny Appleseed owned land in Mt. Blanchard. A soldier from the Revolutionary War is buried in Mt. Blanchard. The most tragic love story in Hancock County happened […]

3 Free Things to Do This Fall in Hancock County

Source: Hancock County Convention & Visitors Bureau Blog ~ 3 Free Things to Do This Fall in Hancock County It’s fall in Findlay. And there’s just so easy to fall in love with all of the beauty of the season. From tasty comfort food to all of the gorgeous colors popping up, we have […]

Don’t Let the Construction Get You Down – Snap • ...

Source: Hancock County Convention & Visitors Bureau ~ Don’t Let the Construction Get You Down – Snap • Share • Win today! If you’ve been driving through Downtown Findlay lately you may have noticed its a little trick to navigate.  We understand the frustration, but don’t let some construction get in your way to […]

The Top 10 Must-See Performances this Season!

Source: Hancock County Convention & Visitors Bureau Blog ~ The Top 10 Must-See Performances this Season! If you’ve read my biography, you may know that I work for The Arts Partnership. Working for TAP has given me a lot of insight into the numerous performances that are available in Hancock County (disclaimer: some of […]

It’s the Great Pumpkin, Hancock County!

Source: Hancock County Convention & Visitors Bureau ~ It’s the Great Pumpkin, Hancock County! Where will you find your Pumpkins this Fall? It is that time of year!  Where apple cider is the drink of choice, the leaves are changing, the weather is crisp and pumpkin everything is all the rage.  While you may […]

Heading Back to School in Hancock County

Source: Hancock County Convention & Visitors Bureau Blog ~ Heading Back to School in Hancock County Every year, summer speeds by and as the new school year gets closer and closer, people of all ages dread the first day and sulk through their final days of summer vacation. Children grumble about having to wake […]

Life in the 600’s

Source: Hancock County Convention & Visitors Bureau Blog ~ Life in the 600’s Life in the 600’s started about three years ago for Jody her daughter when they opened their shop at 622 S. Main! Three years ago my daughter, Abby, and I needed some studio space for our little jewelry business.  I noticed […]

What’s Happening, Hancock County?

Source: Hancock County Convention & Visitors Bureau ~ What’s Happening, Hancock County? Things to do this weekend, September 8-10 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! Area Farmers’ Market Hancock County Farmers’ Market – […]

Perfectly Pleasing Pizza

Source: Hancock County Convention & Visitors Bureau Blog ~ Perfectly Pleasing Pizza The inside of Fireside Brick Oven Pub and Grill is a far cry from a jewelry store! Recently, I had the pleasure of trying out one of Findlay’s newest eateries, Fireside Brick Oven Pub and Grill in downtown Findlay. It is in […]

The Opportunities are Limitless at 50 North

Source: Hancock County Convention & Visitors Bureau Blog ~ The Opportunities are Limitless at 50 North Improv, Wellness, and art classes are just a few of the types of classes offered at 50 North If you are 50 and older and interested in learning new things, making new friends, getting reacquainted with old friends, […]