Have you snapped a photo recently that captures the essence of your favorite location, resident or activity in the Hancock Park System? Enter it by November 1, 2019 in Hancock Park District’s 24th Annual Photography contest.
The winning photos will
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 Heritage Trail was created in 1963 by Boy Scout Troop 323. Changes in land ownership, floods, storms, and erosion erased the trail by the early 1980s. In 1981, a new trail route was created. Today, the 20.22-mile Heritage Trail
For over six decades, music has entertained area residents and visitors during the Riverside Summer Concert Series, held at Findlay’s historic Riverside Park in the Allen P. Dudley Memorial Band Shell, located at 231 McManness Avenue.
The 68th Annual Riverside
Project FeederWatch began in 1987 and is operated by the Cornell Lab of Ornithology in partnership with the National Audubon Society, Bird Studies Canada, and Canadian Nature Federation. Project FeederWatch is a winter-long survey of birds that visit feeders at
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 fourth year, participants are encouraged to walk the designated trails at several Hancock County locations. Hike-It!