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Hot air balloon festival cancelled

Hot air balloon festival cancelled

| April 8, 2020

The Coshocton Hot Air Balloon Festival Committee has decided to cancel the 2020 festival in the best interests of our sponsors, vendors, pilots, volunteers, and attendees. Tom Roahrig, president of the festival committee, says “Our community has supported this event for 39 years and our sponsors have been very generous. In this time of uncertainty, […]

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Lake Park following new guidelines

Lake Park following new guidelines

| March 23, 2020

Lake Park is still open for walking, hiking, biking, etc. However, be sure to maintain a social distance of six feet when encountering others in the park. All playgrounds and public restrooms are closed until further notice. Clean-up day scheduled for Saturday, April 4 is cancelled. The park district office is closed for face-to-face business, but […]

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Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum closed to public

Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum closed to public

| March 17, 2020

The health and safety of Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum staff and visitors is the museum’s first priority. As part of the international effort to curb the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), JHM will be closed to the public until further notice. All programs until May are cancelled. In addition to this, due to the CDC’s orders regarding […]

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Macmillan Publishers limits libraries’ ability to provide eBooks

Macmillan Publishers limits libraries’ ability to provide eBooks

| March 11, 2020

Macmillan Publishers recently passed an eBook embargo for libraries, restricting all public libraries to purchase only one copy of each new eBook title for the first two months after the book’s release. This embargo limits libraries’ ability to provide access to information for all. It particularly harms library patrons with disabilities or learning issues. In […]

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‘A Little Princess’ coming to McKinley Auditorium at CHS

‘A Little Princess’ coming to McKinley Auditorium at CHS

| March 10, 2020

Kris Hardesty is proud of the group of Coshocton High School students working hard to present the musical “A Little Princess” to the community. “We had a really good turnout of junior high kids,” she said. “Everyone has been extremely faithful and for so many of these junior high kids it’s their first time doing […]

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Enjoy a night out just for women

Enjoy a night out just for women

| March 3, 2020

Ladies, are you ready to indulge in an evening of scrumptious cuisine paired with delectable wines, all while supporting a great cause? The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum promises this and more at the What Women Want dinner and auction at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, April 18. What Women Want – A Night Out Just for Women – features […]

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Have An eggcellent time at Clary Gardens this Easter

Have An eggcellent time at Clary Gardens this Easter

| March 2, 2020

Why should kids have all the fun? Everyone 21 and over is invited to Clary Gardens for an adult Easter Egg Hunt. Tickets include one drink ticket and prizes in every egg. Some eggs will include prize tickets, which can be used to enter to win even larger prizes. Additional beverages will be available for […]

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Museum hours updated for March

Museum hours updated for March

| February 26, 2020

Think you know JHM? Think again. Have you heard about our recent remodel? Aside from the much-needed cosmetic changes, the renovation has given the museum the opportunity to update its exhibits and displays. Gone are the days of the same ol’ stuff year after year. Next time you come see the museum, be ready for […]

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