Lifestyle briefs, Aug. 5
Farm stand open daily
The Seeds of Hope Farm Stand on the St. Francis campus now is open daily with chemical-free beans, cabbage, zucchini, cucumbers and other produce.
Tobin concert slated Wednesday
FOSTORIA – The last “Lunch on the Lawn” concert for 2014 is noon-1 p.m. Wednesday at the Fostoria Municipal Building. Local musician Tom Tobin is to play for the free concert.
Box lunches are to be available for $5.
In case of rain, the concert will move to the Bankquet Room, 125 S. Main St.
Museum offers special programs
UPPER SANDUSKY – The Wyandot County Museum is to host a “Thursday at the Museum” series of programs at 130 S. Seventh St., Upper Sandusky.
The presentations are planned for 7 p.m. in August and September:
Thursday, “World War II London” by Bonnie Eyestone.
Aug. 21, “World War II Foods of Wyandot County.”
Sept. 4, “Tools That Built Ohio” by Jim Gatchell.
Admission is free. For details, visit www.wyandothistory.org.
Soap-making program offered
During the Art Walk, the American Civil War Museum of Ohio is to host a speaker, Teresa Smith, to give presentations at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. Saturday. Her program, “Soap Making Then and Now,” includes two demonstrations of her current techniques and explanations on how soap-making has evolved since the Civil War.
The museum is to have reduced admission of $4 for adults and $2 for children. The fee includes Smith’s presentation. The museum is at 217 S. Washington St.
Lawn social returns in Sycamore
SYCAMORE – The Sycamore United Church of Christ has planned its annual lawn social for 4:30-6:30 p.m. Saturday. Sandwiches, baked beans, noodles, potato salad and pies are to be served.