Lifestyle briefs, June 4
Forgiveness forum tonight
An evening of interfaith dialogue on the topic of forgiveness is set for 7 p.m. today in the Greccio Room at St. Francis Spirituality Center. Presenters from Muslim, Jewish and Christian traditions are to share their faith teachings on the topic and how those teachings have affected them.
Participants may contribute to the discussion. The presenters include Fatima Al-Hayani, Michael Hall and the Rev. Donna Van Trees.
The program is free. Reservations are encouraged by calling (419) 443-1485.
Museum event Sunday
The Seneca County Historical Society is hosting “Sunday at the Museum” 1-4 p.m. Sunday at the museum at 28 Clay St. Art glass and paperweights are to be featured in a video at 1:30 p.m., and the museum’s collection is to be on display.
Admission is free, though donations are appreciated.
Bereavement camps slated
“Exploring Life’s Changes,” a day camp for children ages 5-15 who are grieving the loss of a loved one, is set for 10 a.m.-3 p.m. June 18-21. Co-sponsored by Community Hospice Care and Hospice of Wyandot County, the camp is to take place at 181 E. Perry St.
The camp is to offer a safe and supportive environment for children to explore and share their feelings with other grieving children.
The camp is to feature crafts, stories, music, games, dramatics, swimming and outdoor activities. Lunch and snacks are provided. The cost is $15, and registration is due no later than Friday by calling (419) 447-4040.
Stein Hospice has scheduled a week-long day camp June 10-14 for children ages 5-13 facing any grief-related loss, such as death, divorce or incarceration of a loved one.
The camp is to run 10 a.m.-2 p.m. each day at Hedges-Boyer Park. A catered lunch is included.
Each day is based on a theme, with a related art therapy.
The camp ends with a healing balloon release and family picnic. The cost is $10; register by calling (800) 625-5260.
Garage sales coming
The Bloomville Community Garage Sales are to take place Friday and Saturday. Free permits can be obtained at the village office.
Maps are to be available.