Erin Tannehill has been named the 2017 Charlie Meadows Award winner by the Hancock Park District. Each year since 2012, the award has been presented to the VIP (Volunteer in Parks) who most exhibits characteristics of leadership, enthusiasm for the
Tuesday, March 27, 9 AM–3 PM
Spring Break Camp: Signs of Spring
Even if it’s still a little chilly outside, signs of spring are all around us. Birds are beginning to return to our parks, certain plants are popping up, the
On Saturday, March 10, we’re kicking off the start of the Maple Sugarin’ 2018 by having an all-you-can-eat breakfast. Bring the family out to Litzenberg Memorial Woods Activity Barn for a breakfast of pancakes with syrup, sausage, juice and coffee.
Visit us down on the farm where you’ll get to meet the farmer’s animals. She’s planning a move to a different barn. What will happen to the old one and who will care for it when they leave? Find
Hancock Park District is seeking local fashion designers and artists to create fashionable looks made from materials that would otherwise be headed to the landfill. Entries will be accepted now through March 2, 2018.
Recycled Runway, Posh Repurpose for Parks will be
On Monday, January 22, Mother Nature—an enchanting character—will share a story at Riverbend Recreation Area’s Brugeman Lodge about the awakening of her three daughters, March, April, and May, as it is time for the girls and the world to wake up.
Guided trail rides on horseback will be offered for ages 8 and older, adults, and families at the Triple T Ranch, 6717 Marion Township Road 215, Findlay, on Saturdays from September 9 through October 28 from 10 to 10:45 AM
Hancock Park District programs immerse students in nature and history through hands-on and experiential activities that are closely aligned with Ohio Academic Content Standards. Our professional staff is dedicated to promoting a better understanding and appreciation of the local culture,
The Hancock Park District (HPD) Hike-It program is a way for folks to go out and explore the trails throughout Hancock County. For the third year, Hike-It participants are encouraged to walk at least eight of 11 designated trails.