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Bear’s Mill 2013 Legendary Fall Open House
The Friends of Bear’s Mill will be holding their annual Legendary Fall Open House on Saturday, October 5th and Sunday, October 6th from 11:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. each day.  The event will include free guided tours and grinding demonstrations by Master Miller Terry at 12:00, 2:00 and 4:00 both days.  Delicious foods such as our famous French Market 18-Bean Soup, brats & hotdogs from the grill, apple dumplings, caramel apples... read more 
Ag Breakfast Meeting
Ag. Breakfast Meeting, Thursday, October 3, 2013, 7:30am, Brethren Retirement Center's Cafeteria, Greenville (Enter through the Brethren Retirement Center's main doors, under the awning, and follow the signs to the cafeteria.) Our next meeting will be November 7, 2013. Sam Custer, Extension Educator, Agriculture & Natural Resources
First Fridays presents the Artisan Stroll
Main Street Greenville invites you to October's First Friday Event – the Artisan Stroll! This event, scheduled for Friday, October 4th from 6-9 pm, will feature art, artisan crafts, and handmade items! This event welcomes 30+ artists to set-up outside of local businesses in the downtown district; there will also be multiple artists located at Romer's Catering, The Greenville Public Library and the Anna Bier Gallery (located... read more 
Be a Healthier You!
Workshop being offered by the Area Agency on Aging. It begins Oct. 17. Get the details here
Greenville Homecoming Pre-Game Tailgate!
Thanks to the community for supporting the Athletic Boosters’ Tailgate Party during our last home game and to the sponsorship from Turtle Creek Golf Club! Photo: Dave Ernst, Athletic Boosters President & Sponsor Dan Franz. We have planned it again!! …Come out and join Greenville Athletic Boosters during the Homecoming Pre-game Tailgating Party this Friday, September 27!   There will be Live Music by DJ West with free hot dogs... read more 
Harvest Happenings Weekend from Darke County Visitors Bureau: Sept. 27, 28 & 29
Journal Entry for September 24: Lingering in the Autumn Rays of Autumn, by Amy - Toward the end of September, we try to squeeze in one more fun, family event. So, we head north to Darke County situated about 45 minutes from the heart of Dayton, where we find vibrant colors, intoxicating smells and irresistible flavors. There’s so much to sample on a perfect autumn weekend! On this last weekend in September, we begin our explorations... read more 
DCCA presents unique string quartet at Montage
Darke County Center for the Arts second Coffeehouse Series offering of the season on Thursday, October 10 features one of the most unique and sought after chamber ensembles touring today - Carpe Diem String Quartet. “Carpe Diem's music defies classification,” stated DCCA Artistic Director Keith Rawlins. “In addition to the traditional string quartet repertoire, this award-winning group's program reflects their passions for pop, rock, folk, tango, Gypsy... read more 
MVCTC Schedules Early College Connection Night
Clayton, Ohio – The Miami Valley Career Technology Center (MVCTC) has scheduled an Early College Connection Night for the parents of current high school freshmen and sophomores. The college night will take place on Thursday, October 17, from 6:30-7:30p.m. in the Student Activity Center. The MVCTC campus is located at 6800 Hoke Road, Clayton, Ohio. Parents will learn about programs at MVCTC that will help students get a head start on their college education. This includes Tech ... read more 
Prairie Days: What to Bring

Are you going to Prairie Days next weekend? The festival will run from 10:00am to 5:00pm on Saturday, September 28th and 12:00pm-5:00pm on Sunday, September 29th. Parking and Admission to the festival are completely FREE. The festival is held at Shawnee Prairie Preserve, 4267 State Route 502 West, just outside of Greenville. Parking for the festival will be at a parking lot across 502 and Greenville City Transit will provide transportation... read more 
United Way BBQ Chicken Fundraiser
Enjoy a great Romers BBQ chicken dinner fundraiser for the United Way. Dinners on Oct. 2. Get details here.
True Lies, Holy Grill and more await Prairie Days visitors, By Bob Robinson
GREENVILLE – Dedicated Prairie Days enthusiasts might want to consider marking off their calendars for 12 to 14 non-stop hours the weekend of Sept. 28-29. If they take a break they could miss something. “We have something going on every hour,” said Darke County Parks Director Roger Van Frank. According to the schedule, an event often occurs every half hour. A flag raising featuring a full salute with flintlocks and the National... read more 
Prairie Days!
You are invited to Prairie Days!  Don’t miss out on this awesome historical event to be held on Saturday, September 28th, from 10am-5pm and Sunday, September 29th, from 12pm-5pm. Come enjoy a weekend celebrating prairies and the pioneer way of life!  See apple butter being made over the fire, play children’s pioneer games, compete in foot races and seed-spitting contests, view local artists’ works, listen to and enjoy live music and... read more 
“Building Blocks I” parenting classes planned
OSU Extension, Darke County, has scheduled a “Building Blocks I” parenting series.  The classes will be held October 17, 24 and 31, 2013, at the OSU Extension Learning Center, 603 Wagner Avenue, Greenville.  The class times are from 6:00-8:00pm.  There is no fee for this class.  This is an adult only series. The “Building Blocks I” parenting classes are for parents who wish to develop better parenting skills or parenting techniques for children ages 0-6 years.  There will be 3 classes focusing on parent... read more 
Works of art to greet Prairie Days visitors
Works of art by area artists will greet visitors to the Shawnee Prairie Park during Prairie Days this coming weekend, September 28 and 29.  The Greenville Art Guild will be sponsoring its 38th annual fall art show in the main room of the Prairie Center.  All are invited to enjoy this free exhibit. In addition to the show, children’s “make ‘n take” classes will be part of the Art Guild’s contribution to Prairie Days and will sponsor a small children’s show in the... read more 
Greenville BPW announces special guest night speaker
Greenville, OH.  This year the Greenville Business & Professional Women’s (BPW) Club has a special event planned for their Annual Guest Night on Thursday, October 10 2013 at 6:30PM.  Vanessa Freeman with WDTN’s ‘Living Dayton’ is the guest speaker for the evening.  Vanessa joined ‘Living Dayton’ as a co-host/producer in January, 2013.  Prior to coming to the Gem City, she was a general assignment reporter in the Poconos for... read more 
Garst Museum Joins Smithsonian Magazine’s Ninth Annual Museum Day Live!
Free Admission for All Participants Presenting a Museum Day Live! Ticket on September 28, 2013 The National Annie Oakley Center, Crossroads of Destiny, Lowell Thomas-With Lawrence and Beyond Greenville, Ohio— Garst Museum will open its doors on Saturday September 28, 2013, as part of Smithsonian magazine’s ninth annual Museum Day Live! A nationwide event, Museum Day Live! offers free admission to visitors presenting a …read more 
Art Guild 38th annual art show
The Greenville Art Guild is proud to announce the opening of its 38th annual art show and sale beginning September 28 through October 2 at Shawnee Prairie Nature Center on State Route 502 just west of Greenville, Ohio. The opening of the show coincides with Prairie Days at the center Saturday and Sunday, September 28 and 29. The weekend's activities promise to be fun for all ages. Additional activities will be at the Ohio Gourd Show…read more 
Downtown Greenville Ready For Harvest
Fall is in the air in downtown Greenville during our A Day of Harvest event on Saturday, September 28th. For this event, downtown Greenville celebrates the taste, scent, touch, sight, and sound of fall! Overflow your senses with fall must haves found in our downtown. Whether it be soothing wine, fall woolens, or football apparel to root on your favorite team, downtown Greenville has something that will make you feel giddy about this…read more 
Chocolate Lover? Check out the Chocolate Walk!
Readmore’s Hallmark, Downtown Greenville Merchants and Main Street Greenville invite you to the Chocolate Walk in Greenville’s historic downtown district on Friday evening, November 1st from 6:00-9:00 pm. Thirty downtown businesses will provide chocolate treats on the Chocolate Walk route. Tickets ($10 each) will be available starting Saturday, September 28th at Readmore’s Hallmark, 524 S. Broadway... read more 
Art produced by two unique couples on display at Bear’s Mill
Art at the Mill will feature the unique work of two creative couples during the month of October. The exhibit by Hoosier silversmiths Linda and Nathan Jones and innovative photographers Vicki Rulli and Tom Heaphy opens Friday, September 27, with a reception from 6 p.m. till 9 p.m. The artists will speak briefly about their creations, methods, and inspiration at 7 p.m. The exhibit continues through October 20. Linda and Nathan... read more 
Chicken Dinners to Benefit Darke County United Way
Do you need a night off? Let the United Way cook for you! The Darke County United Way is selling chicken dinners. These dinners are from Romer’s Catering and cost $7.00 each. The dinner includes BBQ Chicken, Applesauce, Potato Chips, and a dinner roll. The dinner is on Wednesday, October 2nd. Dinners can be picked up at the Greenville Romer’s located at 118 E Main Street between 4-6pm. All proceeds from this event benefit the Darke County United Way. Dinners are pre-sale only, so please call the United Way office at 547-1272 to order your dinners today.
Shawnee Prairie’s Blacksmith Shop the result of a ‘giving community’, By Bob Robinson
GREENVILLE – “So far we’ve got 2,000 to 3,000 hours of volunteer labor in it,” Darke County Park District Director Roger Van Frank said as he looked down the hill at the Blacksmith Shop at Shawnee Prairie and the half dozen plus people working on it. “They put in about 200 hours a week on this. I pay them by going out and bringing back coffee and donuts every once in a while.” Van Frank referred to his volunteers as the “over the hill... read more 
Tri-County Board of Recovery & Mental Health Svcs to meet
The Tri-County Board of Recovery and Mental Health Services will meet Wednesday, September 18 at 6:45PM in the Marianne Helmlinger Board Room and Training Center at the Board’s offices, 1100 Wayne Street, Suite 4000, Troy. The Board meets regularly the third Wednesday of each month except August and December. The Tri-County Board is dedicated to planning, funding, monitoring and evaluating substance abuse and mental health services for Darke, Miami and Shelby Counties.
DCCA’s initial AIE program explores American Roots Music
Darke County Center for the Arts will present award-wining contemporary folk music duo Wild Carrot for kindergarten through third grade students in all local public schools September 16 through September 20. The first of DCCA's Arts In Education programs for this school year, Wild Carrot duo Pam Temple and Spencer Funk will explore the historic and geographic roots of American music. The show is free and open to the public. “Wild Carrot developed this show utilizing training they received from the... read more 
Prairie Days full of Historic Demonstrations
Come to Prairie Days at Shawnee Prairie Preserve on Saturday, September 28th from 10:00am to 5:00pm and Sunday September 29th from 12:00pm to 5:00pm and check out all of the free demonstrations occurring around the festival grounds. You can see apple butter being made over an open fire or help make fresh apple cider on a cider press.  Wander through the encampment area and catch a glimpse of various camping styles from... read more 
Register for Lead the Way Tractor Cruise
Ride and Live United on Saturday, September 28th, 2013.  Anyone with a tractor is invited to ride in the Darke County United Way Tractor Cruise, and all of the community is invited to come downtown Greenville to watch the tractors and enjoy shopping locally. This event is being held in conjunction with Days of Harvest in Downtown Greenville, the Gourd Show at the Fairgrounds, and Prairie Days at Shawnee Prairie, so spend the entire weekend in... read more 
Runway Rhythm… Uniting for Charity
Friday Sept. 20, 7-10 p.m. at Montage Café. For details click here.
Feed the hungry! Feed Darke County!
The 5th annual Feed Darke County Food Drive is underway, and we need your help! Fish is an ecumenical organization that has served our community for over 45 years.   Please partner with us to help us achieve our goal of stocking the Fish Choice Pantry for an extended period of time. The drive is scheduled to start September 21 at the Illumination Festival 2013 located at the Darke County Fairgrounds, *where non-perishable food... read more 
Bob Evans Gives Back to the American Red Cross; What Could Be Sweeter?
Darke County, September 12, 2013   For the third consecutive year, Greenville Bob Evans on Wagner Avenue is hosting a Red Cross Weekend for the American Red Cross Darke County Chapter on September 15th from 6:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. Simply print this flyer and present at check-out and Bob Evans will donate 15% of sales from each order.  While there, make sure you check out the Preparedness information on display, pick up a Family Game Plan or Contact Card... read more 
Cardinal Center supporters meet Sept. 17
The Village of Gettysburg is pleased to announce that The Cardinal Center has passed inspection for the community wing of the building and the gymnasium is now available for rental until the weather turns cold. Unfortunately, funding is still needed to upgrade heating system. As part of this process, an organizational meeting to form a non-profit group to work on behalf of The Cardinal Center will be held at the Oakland Church of the Brethren at 7pm Tuesday, September 17. Anyone interested in supporting The Cardinal Center or just learning more is encouraged to attend. Oakland Church of the Brethren is located at 8058 Horatio-Harris Creek Road. For more information contact Patsy Riley at 447-4332 or email
Prairie Days Entertainment
Looking for some great, free entertainment?  Prairie Days has a full schedule of entertainers on their outdoor stage.  The festival runs from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm on Saturday, September 28th and from 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm on Sunday, September 29th.  The Darke County Civic Theatre will have 3 performances throughout the weekend, 11:00 am and 3:00 pm on Saturday and 3:00 pm on Sunday.  The title of this year’s Prairie Days Melodrama is “In... read more 
Corn husking competition
A weekend of old fashion fun. The corn husking contest will be held Oct 19-20 2013 at Magie Wonder Acres 2764 Wildcat Rd Greenville Oh. The contest is held in the corn field the contestant husks the corn and throws into old fashion box bed wagon. The winner is determined by the person that husks the most corn by weight with least deductions for husks and missed ears. There are 10 classes divided by age and gender. The Ohio contest will determine whom from Ohio will be able to husk at National level on Oct. 20. Ohio will host a special class for FFA students only. There will be antique tractors, craft and flea markets, corn games, and more. If you would lke to set up booth or more info. Contact David (937-533-6927) or Kathy (937-533-6927) Magie
National Federation of Republican Women to Prepare for Mid-Term Elections During Fall Convention
McConnell, Other Notable GOP Leaders to Play Key Roles
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The National Federation of Republican Women (NFRW) will welcome key Republican elected officials and leaders to its 37th biennial convention, one of the largest national meetings of Republicans this year and the organization's official kick-off of the 2014 political season. WHAT: National Federation of Republican Women's 37th Biennial Convention ... read more 
Tri-County Board seeks artists for Art of Recovery showcase
The Tri-County Board of Recovery and Mental Health Services is seeking entries from local artists for its annual Art of Recovery showcase, to be presented in conjunction with the Board’s annual meeting October 16 at Edison Community College in Piqua. Artists who have been affected personally, through a family member or friend, or anyone whose art reflects recovery from mental illness or addiction are invited to participate. For display consideration, artwork and an accompanying art submission form must... read more 
Prairie Days Free Crafts and Games!
Hey Kids! Would you like to try to live as a pioneer child?  It may not be as easy as you think!  Join us at Shawnee Prairie Preserve for Prairie Days under the Craft Tent to try it out.  Prairie Days is a FREE Family Event and will be held September 28th from 10-5pm and September 29th from 12-5pm. During this weekend event, you can make your own candles using beeswax or use a cider-press to make apple cider.  Make a tin can lantern to light... read more 
Back By Popular Demand… BRC’s Lunch To Go!!
Brethren Retirement Community's Lunch To Go is back. Brethren Retirement Community would like to offer you a great lunch at a great price for a great cause.  You’ll enjoy a great lunch, plus dessert for only $5. And all proceeds will benefit the Alzheimer's Association Walk to End Alzheimer's.  Brethren Retirement Community is a not-for-profit continuing care retirement community, a national eldercare expert, and the only Eden Alternative... read more 
Andre Johnson benefit to be held, By Drea Becraft
Any parent will tell you there is nothing on earth more important than the life of your child. Including your own life. Andre Johnson, a father of six, is now in critical condition after putting his son’s life before his own. On August 20, 2013, after his son ran into traffic on Martin Street, this heroic father was struck by a vehicle he saved his son from. Two year old Shawnaven suffered a broken leg in the accident, but family says he's doing fine. Andre... read more 
Just What is a Herp?
Do you think there is a difference between a frog and a turtle? Or a snake and a salamander? Join the Darke County Parks on Monday, September 16th at 6:30pm as we will discuss how these reptiles and amphibians are the same and different in many ways. During this evening program at the Nature Center you will get the chance to touch several of the Park District’s reptiles and amphibians!  This program is FREE and fun for the whole... read more 
Prairie Days Entertainment
Looking for some great, free entertainment? Prairie Days has a full schedule of entertainers on their outdoor stage. The festival runs from 10:00 am to 5:00 pm on Saturday, September 28th and from 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm on Sunday, September 29th. The Darke County Civic Theatre will have 3 performances throughout the weekend, 11:00 am and 3:00 pm on Saturday and 3:00 pm on Sunday. The title of this year’s Prairie Days Melodrama ... read more 
Ohio’s Non-native Invasive Species
No matter where you look today in Ohio you can see the impact of non-native invasive species in some shape or form.  Emerald ash borer opened up many of our woodlands so that now we have to deal with invading plants and other insects. The Ohio Woodland Stewards Program is holding this one day in-depth training session on invasive species.  The class, titled ‘Ohio’s Non-native Invasive Species!’ will be held Friday October 11, 2013 from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m. at the Auglaize County Administration... read more 
Balladeers Wild Carrot open DCCA Coffeehouse season
Darke County Center for the Arts will open their Coffeehouse Series on Thursday, September 19 with a concert by contemporary folk duo Wild Carrot at the Wayne Trail Historical Society House, 124 West George Street, Arcanum. Made up of award-winning Cincinnati-based balladeers Pam Temple and Spencer Funk, Wild Carrot will perform an eclectic mix of original and traditional folk music, classic standards, swing, jazz, and blues. The show... read more 
Bridges to College offers College Night
(GREENVILLE) – Bridges to College is offering “College Night” at 7 p.m. Monday, Sept. 30, at St. Clair Memorial Hall. “This free program will cover topics from the ACT to paying for college,” said Beth Sears, executive director of Bridges to College. “This program is designed for high school students and their parents.” Some of the topics addressed during College Night will include the college selection process, the college search timeline, placement... read more 
Tri-County Board seeks artists for Art of Recovery showcase
The Tri-County Board of Recovery and Mental Health Services is seeking entries from local artists for its annual Art of Recovery showcase, to be presented in conjunction with the Board’s annual meeting October 16 at Edison Community College in Piqua. Artists who have been affected personally, through a family member or friend, or anyone whose art reflects recovery from mental illness or addiction are invited to participate. For display consideration, artwork and an accompanying art submission form must... read more 
Cover Crops for Home Gardeners Workshop – September 16, 2013
Are you interested in learning how a cover crop and no-tillage will work in your garden?  If so, the Darke Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) and the City of Greenville will be hosting a free workshop on Monday, September 16th for home gardeners at the Darke County EMA conference room.  The focus of this meeting will be educating local gardeners how they can utilize cover crops to maximize their soil health for next year’s fruit and vegetable crop. Hear Sam Custer, Darke County OSU... read more 
Friends of the Parks Basket Raffle
The Friends of the Darke County Park District will once again run their annual basket raffle this summer and culminate at Prairie Days in September.  Local clubs donated baskets full of goodies to raise money for the Friends of the Parks.  Baskets include one from the Darke County Birders, containing bird seed, 3 different types of bird feeders and much more.  The Darke County Photo club donated a basket full of supplies including a Samsung... read more 
Greenville Area Dog Club offers dog training classes
GREENVILLE – The Greenville Area Dog Club fall session of obedience, agility, and conformation classes begins the week of September 8th and 15th, 2013. Through the years more classes have been added to meet the growing interest in dog training.  Many people like the variety of classes available. The Greenville Area Dog Club will be offering classes at the former U.S. Chemical building, located in the 5400 block of State Route 49... read more 
Tri-Village Community Park project meeting
The Tri-Village Community Park committee invites residents of New Madison, Hollansburg, Palestine and the surrounding areas to attend an informational meeting on Wednesday, September 11, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. at the New Madison Civic Center. The purpose of the meeting is to determine public interest and support for a community park project organized by Tri-Village Summer Rec and the village of New Madison. All interested parties are encouraged to attend.
Children’s Art Class Starts Fall Session
GREENVILLE –The Art-Rageous Experience – Children’s Art Program is beginning their new fall session of classes on October 5th and now enrolling children. In these classes children experience different kinds of art each Saturday morning along with the support and encouragement of their parent or other adult. Children work on different art projects each week; they learn about different artists, art techniques and there are visits from. ... read more 
Quilting 101
Darke County Park District hosts another very successful program. Quilting 101 took place in the Log House at Shawnee Prairie. The participants first learned how to make a quilters knot using quilters thread. Once the knots were mastered everyone had their own fabric coaster to work on as they were taught the basics of quilting, how to hide the knots within the layers of a quilt and trying to make all of the stitches the same length and... read more 
Part Time Adult STNA Instructors Needed
RN License with Documented Experience in care of the elderly or chronically ill of any age on a long-term day-to-day basis. Ability to work evenings and have certification in the Train the Trainer Program or ability to take a four day course to get certified. Expected Start, October 2013. If interested in teaching options please contact: David Peltz, Career Tech Director at 937-548-4188, ext. 847,
SUNshine 5K Run is Sept. 28
Come out to Greenville City Park on Saturday, September 28 for a festive 5K event organized by the HOPE Foundation of Darke County. For just $15 (with registration by Sept. 16), runners and walkers can enjoy a quality 5K race with electronic chip timing, a bright technical t-shirt, great door prizes, and a variety of post-race drinks, snacks and homemade cookies. There’s still time to get in condition to run or walk your personal best... read more 
Volunteers/organizations make Tour a great event
ARCANUM – It takes a great group of organizers and volunteers to prepare for the annual Tour de Donut. Leading the pack is Rocketship Sports Management, an Ohio 501c3 not for profit corporation that owns the event. This is a non-profit event and there are no sponsorships. Fees from riders pay for everything associated with the event, including $5,000 for donuts in 2012. The all volunteer crew includes Roger Bowersock, president... read more 
Passing the Levy: An evening of roasting Mike Stegall
Mike Stegall has good naturedly agreed to be roasted as a benefit for The Citizens for Darke County Parks committee. Get out those great Mike stories! Or, just come and enjoy the entertainment. Thursday, September 19, Mike’s Roast, which will be held at J & J Enterprises Party Facility, 3875 S.R. 502 West in Greenville, will begin with a pulled pork sandwich dinner catered by Grumpy’s. Gathering time is 6 PM. Dinner will begin at ... read more 
Welcome to Darke County!
Bring along your sense of discovery and experience small town charm, distinct shopping districts and our land's rich frontier heritage and urban-country spirit... uniquely Darke County. Discover a land where the legends are as rich as the soil: Darke County, situated on the Ohio/Indiana border. Delve into an interactive culinary adventure; explore how things are made; step back in time to uncover fascinating legends; discover unique... read more 
Fall Cruise-In Car Show This Saturday!
The Legendary Rolling 50's Classics Fall Cruise-In Car Show will be held this Saturday (9/7/13) from 2-9 pm on Broadway! The first fall cruise-in was held in 1989 and has continued to be a fun tradition for the downtown area. The Rolling 50's Classics are celebrating their 31st year and the charities from the event are donated to The Shiner's Children's Hospital and the Cancer Association of Darke County. An estimated 450-600... read more 
Coffee with the Commissioner
Commissioner Mike Stegall will be having one of his “Coffee with the Commissioner” meetings on Saturday, September 7th, in Greenville at The Coffee Pot Company located at the corner of 5th and Broadway in the Palace.  The meeting will be from 8:00 a.m. until about 10:00 a.m., or always longer if needed.   Commissioner Stegall has not had a meeting at The Coffee Pot for several years, so this is a chance for people to express their views and opinions on County matters.  These meetings are... read more 
Tour de Donut continues to be a tasty race
The Tour de Donut in Darke County continues to increase in size and popularity. Since starting in 2007 in Greenville at the Darke County Fairgrounds, the event has grown from 106 riders to over 1300 riders in 2012. This year, the event is expected to draw nearly 2000 participants. The Tour de Donut is a time raced. The faster a bicyclist rides, the better chance he or she has of winning the race. However, there is one little caveat that makes this... read more 
Game Show Guy entertains on first night of event
ARCANUM – This is the seventh year for the annual Tour de Donut and organizers are celebrating the event’s success with a two-day event. Activities begin on Sept. 6, beginning at 5 p.m. with dinner rides to Greenville, Pitsburg or short round-trip to Farmer Brown. Riders will want to get back to Arcanum in time for a fun-filled evening with The Game Show Guy. The event will take place at the Start/Finish Line near Veterans Park. Todd Kaiser, (aka... read more 
Special Author To Speak at Library
On Tuesday September 10th writer Chris Cobb will speak in the Reference Room of the Greenville Public Library at 6:30 p.m. The public is invited to hear Chris discuss his three books and his writing experiences.  This is a great opportunity to meet a very interesting and creative  author of both fiction and non-fiction. Chris’s latest novel is Falcon Down, an exciting Cold War story about a pilot shot down and imprisoned in Siberia who discovers a... read more 
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