39th Annual Maumee Summer Fair

Maumee Summer Fair is this weekend!

Friday: 5pm – 11:30pm | Saturday: 9am – 11:30pm

Full details – www.maumeesummerfair.com

 

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Pokemon in Maumee

Maumee Historical Society is hosting a Pokemon Go Scavenger Hunt around Maumee on August 6th from 2 – 8pm. The hunt begins at the Wolcott Heritage Complex where trainers register to be eligible for prizes, raffles and lure modules at Pokestops. A grand prize will be awarded to the first trainer to successfully  complete the hunt.

There will be a $5.00 entry fee due at registration.

 

Spotlight: Maumee Talent – Zak Kirk

This month, Maumee’s own track star Zak Kirk finished 7th in the 3200 meter run at the Ohio state track meet. After getting very close to a second place finish under OHSAA Division I record holder Andrew Jordan, Kirk lost his momentum with about one lap to go still finishing impressively with a time of 9:09.11. Kirk has just completed his junior year at Maumee High School and is expected to take every distance record by the end of his senior season. If he continues along this path with no injury Kirk’s coach Craig Snyder believes “he will become the greatest distance runner  Maumee High School has ever seen.”

Wow, great job Zak! Congratulations, and we hope to see even more great things from you in 2017!

 

2016 Toledo Area Humane Society’s Bark in the Park

Sunday,  May 22 Toledo Area Humane Society will be holding their annual Bark in the park event but with a new view – The event will be taking place at their new Maumee location! (827 Illinois Ave.)  Participants and their furry friends will gear up for a 1.5 mile walk around the new route. There will be new vendors and new activities this year as well and TAHS is hoping to have their biggest year yet! Bring your pups and come out to support and help raise funds for TAHS. For more information please visit www.toledohumane.org/bark-in-the-park

Save a life, adopt a shelter pet today!

See available pets in your area.

Tonight – MHS Community Science Night

Maumee High School students and teachers are hosting a community science night this evening at 6:30pm at the Maumee High School Performing Arts Center. The event is free and open to the public – coffee and cookies will be served.

The event features a screening of the film Cosmic Voyage as well as student projects, experiments, activities and presentations.

 

Panther Productions Presents

Maumee High School’s Panther Productions will present three performances of the timeless classic musical The Sound of Music.  The hills come alive Friday, March, 18th through Sunday, March, 20th at the Maumee Performing Arts Center. All seats are reserved and tickets can be purchased in advance at (419) 893- 8778.

Adults: $10.00  Students and Seniors: $5.00

Performance Schedule:

Friday – Saturday: 7:00pm

Sunday: 2:30pm