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April Calendar of Events

Katherine Ryder Published: April 1, 2012 10:16 AM

April

Jan. 22-April 8

A Playground of Color Exhibit

Where: Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum; 300 N. Whitewoman St. (Roscoe Village), Coshocton

This exhibit features artwork by elementary school students in Coshocton County. This museum is accredited by the American Association of Museums and is also home to the famous Newark Holy Stones. For more information call 740-622-8710 or visit www.visitcoshocton.com.

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Wooster Chamber Music Series " Gryphon Trio Concert

When: 3 p.m.

Where: Gault Recital Hall, College of Wooster

For more information call 330-263-2419 or visit www.wooster.edu/music.

1-30

Bulbs in Bloom at Clary Gardens

Where: Clary Gardens; 582 W. Chestnut St., Coshocton

Visit Clary Gardens throughout the month of April to see hundreds of bulbs in bloom! See different varieties of tulips, daffodils, grape hyacinths and more. While at the Garden, be sure to walk the grounds and find the ponds, springhouse, and stone amphitheater " or take a hike on the half mile woodland trail through some sandstone outcroppings. The Garden is open DAILY from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m., and often until dusk; maps are available in parking areas.

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Wilderness Walk

When: 10 a.m.

Where: The Wilderness Center; 9877 Alabama Ave. SW, Wilmot

Join a naturalist on the first Wednesday of every month for a walk on our trails. See what's interesting today! Free.

For more information call 877-359-5235 or visit www.wildernesscenter.org.

Mt. Hope Weekly Livestock Auction

When: 11:30 a.m.

Where: Mt. Hope Auction Barn; 8076 SR 241, Mt. Hope

Amish and non-Amish bring their animals to market every Wednesday year round. Observers will see very old-fashioned carts and wagons and horses and buggies coming and going from the market. During fair weather flea market vendors sell their wares on the outside. A large building also provides shelter for flea market vendors and shoppers. Flea market opens at 7 a.m., Hay Auction and Produce Auction begin at 10 a.m., Livestock Sale begins at 11:30 a.m. and the Poultry Sale begins at 1 p.m. During the summer, small animals such as ducks, chickens, geese, turkeys, rabbits, etc. are sold.

For more information call 330-674-6188 or visit www.mthopeauction.com.

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Full Moon Walk: Growing Moon

When: 7:30 p.m.

Where: The Wilderness Center; 9877 Alabama Ave. SW, Wilmot

Spring is in the air! But, in fickle April, will it be nippy or balmy? Buds and plants start to show, so we'll walk to see green. We'll meet in the parking lot, then go for a quiet walk to see and hear evening wonders. Readings from favorite nature writers help us discover and enjoy the seasons. Dress for the weather. You may bring a flashlight, but try not to use it. We'll cancel if it's raining, snowing, or the weather's dangerous"check our Facebook page after 4 p.m. if there's any doubt. Free for TWC members; donation requested from nonmembers.

For more information call 877-359-5235 or visit www.wildernesscenter.org.

Star Watch & Planetarium Show

When: 8 p.m.

Where: The Wilderness Center; 9877 Alabama Ave. SW, Wilmot

Join TWC's Astronomy Club for a Planetarium Show; then view the real things through telescopes. All ages. Free.

For more information call 877-359-5235 or visit www.wildernesscenter.org.

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Easter Egg Hunt

When: 9 a.m.-3 p.m.

Where: P. Graham Dunn

Registration begins at 9 a.m. for the Easter Egg Hunt for children to age 12 years. See our website for a complete list of activities and times. For more information call 866-922-0306 or visit www.pgrahamdunn.com.

37th Annual Wooster Rotary Club Antique & Collectible Auction

When: Auction begins at 10 a.m.

Where: Wooster High School

Wooster Rotary's largest fundraiser with thousands of consigned items; for more information call 330-264-1420 or visit www.woosterrotary.org.

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Nature Book Club

When: 2-3:30 p.m.

Where: The Wilderness Center; 9877 Alabama Ave. SW, Wilmot

Compare the experiences of Appalachian Trail hikers as told in A Walk in the Woods by Bill Bryson and Hiking Through by Paul Stutzman. Read one or both, your choice. Free. Interpretive Building closed on Sun., Apr. 8, for Easter Enjoy the trails!

Easter Egg Hunt

When: 11 a.m.

Where: Freedlander Park

Bring an Easter basket for your candy and your camera to have your picture taken with the Easter Bunny! For more information call 330-263-5207 or visit www.woosteroh.com/parksandrec.php.

9-12

"Check It Out" Downtown Promotion

Where: Downtown Wooster

Use your Wayne County Library card to receive special discounts from participating Downtown Merchants. For more information call 330-262-6222 or visit www.mainstreetwooster.org.

9-15

Wooster Camera Club Photo Exhibit

When: Store Hours

Where: Buehler's Milltown

Photo Exhibit of Wooster Camera Club Members; for more information call 330-345-7999 or visit www.woostercameraclub.org.

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Mt. Hope Weekly Livestock Auction

When: 11:30 a.m.

Where: Mt. Hope Auction Barn; 8076 SR 241, Mt. Hope

Amish and non-Amish bring their animals to market every Wednesday year round. Observers will see very old-fashioned carts and wagons and horses and buggies coming and going from the market. During fair weather flea market vendors sell their wares on the outside. A large building also provides shelter for flea market vendors and shoppers. Flea market opens at 7 a.m., Hay Auction and Produce Auction begin at 10 a.m., Livestock Sale begins at 11:30 a.m. and the Poultry Sale begins at 1 p.m. During the summer, small animals such as ducks, chickens, geese, turkeys, rabbits, etc. are sold.

For more information call 330-674-6188 or visit www.mthopeauction.com.

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UKC Beagle Nationals

Where: Coshocton County Fairgrounds; 707 Kenilworth Ave., Coshocton

Crowning the National Hunt Champion in each division as well as the National Show Champion. Spectators are welcome. Be our guest, whether you have a dog entered or not!

For more information call 1-800-338-4724 or visit www.visitcoshocton.com.

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Leisure Birding with the Greater Mohican Audubon Society

When: 9 a.m.

Where: Seaman Orientation Plaza " Secrest Arboretum

Free program-birders of all skill levels welcome; for more information call 330-464-2148 or visit www.secrest.osu.edu.

Viola Startzman Free Clinic Charity Wine Tasting

When: 7 p.m.

Where: Montavino Wine Market

A benefit for the Viola Startzman Free Clinic. Wine tasting, auctions, food and great piano music. For more information call 330-264-0564 or visit www.vsfccharitywinetasting.shutterfly.com.

"Just Desserts"

When: 7-9 p.m.

Where: St. Peter's Community Center; 379 S. Crawford St., Millersburg

Incredible Desserts, Savory Cheeses, Tantalizing Wine Tasting, and Author Night with Friends of the Library. Spend an evening embarking on the adventures of Bulu: African Wonder Dog with Ohio-born author and safari leader Dick Houston. Enjoy sampling wine, cheese, and dessert while Dick presents the story of this daring dog's adventures in Africa. Door prizes will be awarded. Funds raised benefit the Holmes County Library. The event is from 7-9 p.m. at St. Peter's Community Center. Tickets cost $25 per person or $40 per couple. Tickets may be pre-purchased through March 29. Call Joyce Cotton for details: 330-378-2145.

Learn Bird Calls Hike

When: 10 a.m.

Where: The Wilderness Center; 9877 Alabama Ave. SW, Wilmot

Last year we learned about bird calls while we were inside. This year, as suggested, we will learn them outdoors! You do not need to have attended the "Learn Bird Calls" classes to come along. Naturalist Lynda Price will do a short introduction indoors and then we'll go out to listen and and identify what we can! All ages. Free.

For more information call 877-359-5235 or visit www.wildernesscenter.org.

Back Porch Swing Band Concert

When: 7 p.m.

Where: The Wilderness Center; 9877 Alabama Ave. SW, Wilmot

If you're looking for a band with a swingin' rhythm and an old timey flavor, look no further. The Back Porch Swing Band combines talents of 5 notable musicians responsible for the tapping of thousands of feet across Ohio for the last 15 years. The band specializes in Western Swing but plays musical styles from Appalachian, Blues, Old Country, and Folk to Swing music from the "20's, "30's, "40"s. The hot fiddle playing of Adam Jackson keeps your feet moving. Kris Geis adds great lead and harmony vocals. Dave Irwin swings on his upright bass and contributes an occasional vocal. The "man with the thousand tunes," Pete Shew, is also on lead and harmony vocals and the guitar. Several musicians fill the role of our 5th member" on keyboard, mandolin, steel guitar, clarinet, or saxophone. $8/TWC member; $10/nonmember. Children 15 and younger half price, if accompanied by an adult.

For more information call 877-359-5235 or visit www.wildernesscenter.org.

Were Dinosaurs Really Warm-blooded?

When: 1-2:30 p.m.

Where: The Wilderness Center; 9877 Alabama Ave. SW, Wilmot

Since the 1970's dinosaurs have been portrayed as being warm-blooded, highly active (running, jumping) animals, as opposed to cold-blooded, slow/sluggish organisms. In this short class, we examine the empirical evidence to support this idea, and also learn that, although they probably had a very high metabolism, kinosaurs may not have been warm blooded in the same way as living mammals (including humans) and birds. Includes hands-on-experiences, interactive discussions and a PowerPoint slide show. Presented by Dr. Jeremy Green, a geology professor from Kent State University-Tusc. Free.

For more information call 877-359-5235 or visit www.wildernesscenter.org.

14-May 15

Teen-Age Talent Exhibit

Where: Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum; 300 N. Whitewoman St. (Roscoe Village), Coshocton

This exhibit features artwork by high school students in Coshocton County. This museum is accredited by the American Association of Museums and is also home to the famous Newark Holy Stones.

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Beginning Carving Class

When: 2 p.m.

Where: The Wilderness Center; 9877 Alabama Ave. SW, Wilmot

Also meets Apr. 22, 29, May 6, 20 TWC's Carving Club is offering a Beginning Woodcarving Course of 5 sessions for beginner carvers or wanna-bes from the age of 10 years and up. The basics of knife carving will be covered in a learn-by-doing philosophy of teaching. Each student will be

instructed and coached in carving a variety of small projects, such as a Scottie Dog, Flying Pheasant, character faces, etc. Each registered student will be loaned a carving knife to use on the project of the day. Information about sharpening, safety, the nature of wood, sources of wood and tools, publications on carving, etc., will also be covered briefly.In-depth topics will include: Basic Cuts & Safety Sharpening and Tools Simple Faces Bark Carving and Finishing $20/person for 7 _ hours of instruction, carving knife, and materials. Advanced registration is required. Max. 15, min. 5 student carvers. Registration deadline Apr. 7. Questions? Contact Carrie at 330-359-5235 or carrie@wildernesscenter.org. For more information call 877-359-5235 or visit www.wildernesscenter.org.

Wooster Brass Ensemble Concert

When: 4 p.m.

Where: Gault Recital Hall, College of Wooster

For more information call 330-263-2419 or visit www.wooster.edu/music.

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Scarlet, Gray and Green Fair

When: 11 a.m.-6:30 p.m.

Where: OARDC Campus

The green way to celebrate Earth Day with over 100 exhibits, educational programs, food vendors and door prizes all focused on saving the environment. For more information visit www.wcsen.org/WCSGGF.

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Rotary Pancake Days

When: Saturday, 7 a.m.-2 p.m.; Sunday, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.

Where: Schmid Hall, Orr Park in Orrville

Pancake and sausage breakfast; for more information call 330-683-1533.

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Mt. Hope Weekly Livestock Auction

When: 11:30 a.m.

Where: Mt. Hope Auction Barn; 8076 SR 241, Mt. Hope

Amish and non-Amish bring their animals to market every Wednesday year round. Observers will see very old-fashioned carts and wagons and horses and buggies coming and going from the market. During fair weather flea market vendors sell their wares on the outside. A large building also provides shelter for flea market vendors and shoppers. Flea market opens at 7 a.m., Hay Auction and Produce Auction begin at 10 a.m., Livestock Sale begins at 11:30 a.m. and the Poultry Sale begins at 1 p.m. During the summer, small animals such as ducks, chickens, geese, turkeys, rabbits, etc. are sold.

For more information call 330-674-6188 or visit www.mthopeauction.com.

Flute Radio Recital

When: 7:30 p.m.

Where: Gault Recital Hall, College of Wooster

For more information call 330-263-2419 or visit www.wooster.edu/music.

Story Time: Flap Your Wings

When: 11 a.m.

Where: The Wilderness Center; 9877 Alabama Ave. SW, Wilmot

Join us for stories, songs, and rhymes about our feathered friends. Watch birds at our feeders, then feed geese at the lake. We focus on stories for 3-4 year olds, but younger and older children are welcome, if you think they'll be interested. Dress for the weather. Registration is optional; however, if we have to reschedule or cancel, we'll call the folks who are registered. Free for TWC members; donation requested from nonmembers.

For more information call 877-359-5235 or visit www.wildernesscenter.org.

18-21

Anniversary Sale at Keim Lumber

Where: Keim Lumber; 4465 SR 557, Charm

For more information call 330-893-2251 or visit www.keimlumber.com.

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Home School Thursday: Animal Adaptations

When: 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

Where: The Wilderness Center; 9877 Alabama Ave. SW, Wilmot

Discover ways animals are uniquely suited to their lifestyles. Look at bird beaks, mammal teeth, turtle shells and more. Indoors. Arrive in time to register and get settled before 11 a.m. Includes a lunch break " pack your own. $5/child; adults free and must stay with their children.

For more information call 877-359-5235 or visit www.wildernesscenter.org.

Wilderness Walk

When: 2 p.m.

Where: The Wilderness Center; 9877 Alabama Ave. SW, Wilmot

Join a naturalist on the third Thursday of every month for a walk on our trails. See what's interesting today! Free.

For more information call 877-359-5235 or visit www.wildernesscenter.org.

OCVN Meeting: Judy Semroc: Photographic Techniques for Natural History Field Identification

When: 7 p.m.

Where: The Wilderness Center; 9877 Alabama Ave. SW, Wilmot

Learn to take nature photos that are not only pretty, but show the appropriate key identifying characteristics necessary for vouchering and identification. Judy Semroc (whose photos you have probably seen in the Dragonflies and Damselfies of Northeast Ohio and other Cleveland Museum of Natural History publications) will present this program. Free.

For more information call 877-359-5235 or visit www.wildernesscenter.org.

19th Annual Child Abuse Prevention Month Breakfast

When: 7 a.m.

Where: Shisler Conference Center, OARDC

Community breakfast to promote child abuse prevention; for more information call 330-345-5340 or visit www.waynecsb.org.

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Spring Dance Concert

When: 8:15 p.m.

Where: Freedlander Theatre, College of Wooster

A formal and highly popular concert, presenting the works of faculty and advanced choreographers. For more information call 330-263-2241 or visit www3.Wooster.edu/theatre.

20-21

Functional Ceramics Workshop

When: All Day

Where: Wayne Center for the Arts

Ceramic Artists from around the country gather in Wooster to share and to learn. For more information call 330-264-2787 or visit www.wayneartscenter.org.

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Bird Walk

When: 8 a.m.

Where: The Wilderness Center; 9877 Alabama Ave. SW, Wilmot

Join the TWC Birders Club on a walk to look for birds. All ages. Free.

For more information call 877-359-5235 or visit www.wildernesscenter.org.

Trail Cleanup and Garlic Mustard Pull

When: All Day

Where: The Wilderness Center; 9877 Alabama Ave. SW, Wilmot

We are looking for groups and individuals who will help with the cleanup and invasive garlic mustard removal. Bring your entire family and spend the day celebrating Earth!

For more information call 877-359-5235 or visit www.wildernesscenter.org.

Foxfield Info Session

When: 2 p.m.

Where: The Wilderness Center; 9877 Alabama Ave. SW, Wilmot

Foxfield Preserve is a nature preserve cemetery at TWC. Natural burial is an economical, environmentally friendly alternative to modern burial. As a nature preserve, we provide wildlife habitat, a clean watershed, and clean air. Walking trails allow the community to enjoy the beauty and serenity of the preserve. A natural burial at Foxfield Preserve leaves a permanent legacy for your family, community and the natural world. Free info session.

For more information call 877-359-5235 or visit www.wildernesscenter.org.

Your Night Sky Planetarium Show

When: 2 p.m.

Where: The Wilderness Center; 9877 Alabama Ave. SW, Wilmot

We're trying something different in the Planetarium this year! Join us one Saturday each month for a quick update of astronomy in the news and a star show of tonight's sky. The rest is up to you " ask questions or bring up some astronomical topic you'd like to know more about. We'll try to answer them that afternoon, but it's a big universe! If we or others in the audience can't answer right away, we'll find out and follow up next month. All ages. Free.

For more information call 877-359-5235 or visit www.wildernesscenter.org.

Medina County's 16th Annual Earth Day Festival

When: 10 a.m.4 p.m.

Where: Buffalo Creek Retreat; Hubbard Valley Rd.

All ages welcome, earth-friendly exhibits, fishing, kids activities, food and much more; for more information call 330-722-9364.

Earth Day Extravaganza at Natures Food Market

Where: Natures Food Market; 4860 E. Main St., Berlin

For more information call 330-893-2006 or visit www.naturesfoodmarket.com.

Earth Day Celebration

When: 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

Where: The Wilderness Center; 9877 Alabama Ave. SW, Wilmot

Earth Day at TWC is a way for you and your family to do your part to help our environment and to celebrate our Earth. This year's Earth Day Celebration at TWC has many opportunities for your participation " trail cleanups, invasive weed removal, a backpacking demo, Foto Fest and more. Volunteers needed! Activities include: Bird Walk, Trail Cleanup and Garlic Mustard Pull, 19th Annual Foto Fest, Foxfield Info Session and Your Night Sky Planetarium Show. For more information call 877-359-5235 or visit www.wildernesscenter.org.

Wooster Ethnic Fair

When: 11 a.m.-5 p.m.

Where: Wayne County Fairgrounds

See the world in just one day. Free family entertainment and food. For more information call 330-464-6305.

Tremolos Flute Choir & Ashland University Flute Choir Concert

When: 7:30 p.m.

Where: Gault Recital Hall, College of Wooster

For more information call 330-263-2419 or visit www.wooster.edu/music.

21-22

19th Annual Foto Fest

When: Saturday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sunday, 1-4 p.m.

The beautiful photographs, entered in nine different categories (plus a special youth division), are sure to brighten your spirits. You can even have a little fun helping us pick the winners.

For more information call 877-359-5235 or visit www.wildernesscenter.org.

Wayne Center Ballet Presents: "Cinderella"

When: Saturday, 7 p.m.; Sunday, 2 p.m.

Where: Wooster High School

This spring ballet performance inspired by the tale of Cinderella; for more information call 330-264-2787 or visit www.wayneartscenter.org.

Mid-Ohio MOPAR Swap Meet

When: 8 a.m.-3 p.m.

Where: Buckeye Event Center; 624 Henry St., Dalton

Dodge, Plymouth, Chrysler brands classic car parts, etc. For more information call 330-464-6613 or visit www.midohiomopars.org.

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Voices from the Past Series: The Back Porch Swing Band

When: 2 p.m.

Where: Wayne County Historical Society

Tickets available at the Historical Society of the Wooster Book Company. For more information call 330-264-8856 or visit www.waynehistorical.org.

Gospel Choir Concert

When: Gault Recital Hall, College of Wooster

Where: 6 p.m.

For more information call 330-263-2419 or visit www.wooster.edu/music.

Wooster Chamber Music Series " Wu Han and Chamber Music Society

When: 3 p.m.

Where: Gault Recital Hall, College of Wooster

Capitol Musicians; for more information call 330-263-2419 or visit www.wooster.edu/music.

23-May 12

7,000 Tulip Extravaganza at Lamplight Inn

Where: Lamplight Inn Bed & Breakfast; 5676 TR 362, Berlin

For more information call 330-893-1122 or visit www.thelamplightinn.com.

23-24

Home School Days in Historic Roscoe Village

When: 10 a.m.-5 p.m.

Bring the Canal Era to life with the history tour called Civil War on the Home Front. Special Home School Days pricing and self-guided tours. For more information call 740-623-7644 or 800-877-1830 or visit www.roscoevillage.com.

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Mt. Hope Weekly Livestock Auction

When: 11:30 a.m.

Where: Mt. Hope Auction Barn; 8076 SR 241, Mt. Hope

Amish and non-Amish bring their animals to market every Wednesday year round. Observers will see very old-fashioned carts and wagons and horses and buggies coming and going from the market. During fair weather flea market vendors sell their wares on the outside. A large building also provides shelter for flea market vendors and shoppers. Flea market opens at 7 a.m., Hay Auction and Produce Auction begin at 10 a.m., Livestock Sale begins at 11:30 a.m. and the Poultry Sale begins at 1 p.m. During the summer, small animals such as ducks, chickens, geese, turkeys, rabbits, etc. are sold.

For more information call 330-674-6188 or visit www.mthopeauction.com.

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Wooster Symphony Orchestra

When: 7:30 p.m.

Where: McGaw Chapel, College of Wooster

For more information call 330-263-2419 or visit www.wooster.edu/music.

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Planting Day on the Preserve

When: 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

Where: The Wilderness Center; 9877 Alabama Ave. SW, Wilmot

Foxfield Preserve will hold its first annual Planting Day on the Preserve in conjunction with The Wilderness Center's Native Plant Sale & Gardening Seminar. The Native Plant Sale is a wonderful opportunity to help Foxfield Preserve in our restoration efforts, while beautifying the final resting place of a loved one. TWC staff and volunteers will be on hand to assist in choosing varieties and planting your selections.

Native Plant Sale & Gardening Seminar

When: 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

Find a wide selection of native plants for your Garden during the Native Plant Sale. Plants go on sale at 9 a.m., so come early for the best selection. The gardening seminars start at 10 a.m. and feature great speakers with great topics! This year Laura Deeter, a professor from ATI will talk on Perennials and Woody Plants. Fred Hanacek, an OSU Master Gardener, will teach about Vegetable Gardening Basics. Author of Local Choices, Karen Geiser, will talk about gardening and eating with the seasons. TWC staff Joann Ballbach will be teaching you how to cook and enjoy the weeds of your garden and Lynda Price will talk about the wildlife in your garden. Check out the enclosed Native Plant Sale and Gardening Seminar flyer for complete details of times and class descriptions. Classes are $5/session. You can register early or the day of the seminar.

Wildflower Walk

When: 2:30 p.m.

Where: The Wilderness Center; 9877 Alabama Ave. SW, Wilmot

Join TWC Botanizer Tim Lavey to learn about the native plants growing at The Wilderness Center. After you visit the plant sale, join Tim to see the beauty of the seasonal blooms on the trail. Free.

Smithville Village Yard Sales

When: 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

Where: Smithville

Over 100 yard sales; for more information call 330-669-2781.

Healthy Kids Day

When: 10 a.m.-1 p.m.

Where: YMCA of Wooster

Free health screening for kids, activities, food demonstrations; for more information call 330-264-3131.

Wooster Kiwanis/Daily Record Invitational Track & Field Meet

When: 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m.

Where: Wooster High School

Local participating high schools; for more information call 330-264-1870.

Wayne County Choral Union

When: 7 p.m.

Where: Wooster High School

Spring concert with Sonnenberg Station and Quota Club Signsations as our guest choruses. Sacred, secular and patriotic music with the theme of love. For more information call 330-465-1052 or visit www.waynechoralunion.org.

Wooster Wine & Beer Festival

When: 6:30 p.m.

Where: Shisler Conference Center, OARDC

Fine wine makers and craft brewers present their finest creations along with delicious selections from Wooster's independent restaurateurs to benefit the Wayne Center for the Arts. For more information call 330-263-5501 or visit www.wayneartscenter.org.

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Wayne County Home & Garden Show

When: Saturday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m.; Sunday, 10 a.m.-4 p.m.

Where: Wayne County Fairgrounds

Over 200 exhibits for your home and garden. New car displays. Flower competition, children's activities and food concession. For more information call 330-262-5735 or visit www.woosterchamber.com.

Native Plant Sale & Gardening Seminar

When: Saturday, 9 a.m.-4 p.m.; Sunday, 1-4 p.m.

Where: The Wilderness Center; 9877 Alabama Ave. SW, Wilmot

Gardening Seminars. Native American Plant Sale. Sunday Super Sale Day. Charge for seminars. For more information call 877-359-5235 or visit www.wildernesscenter.org.

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Wooster Chorus & Wooster Singers Concert

When: 3 p.m.

Where: Gault Recital Hall, College of Wooster

For more information call 330-263-2419 or visit www.wooster.edu/music.

Coshocton Community Choir Spring Concert "Shout On"

Where: McKinley Auditorium, Coshocton High School; 1205 Cambridge Rd., Coshocton

Over 200 singers and musicians from central Ohio participate in this annual Spring concert. The choir, now in its 41st season, has commissioned a number of arrangements from well-known composers. Musical selections span the centuries with classics from each era being performed. This concert features the 100-voice adult choir, the 70-voice children's choir and the 60-voice teen choir, all performing a mix of sacred and secular choral music. All three choirs were founded and are conducted by Charles R. Snyder, who is highly respected throughout the state. He is also the conductor of the 200-voice All-Ohio Youth Choir. Tickets are $10/adults and $5/children.

For more information call 740-623-0554 or visit www.coshoctoncommunitychoir.org.

Native Plant Sale

When: 1-4 p.m.

Where: The Wilderness Center; 9877 Alabama Ave. SW, Wilmot

If you can't make it on Saturday, or need more plants on Sunday, the Native Plant Sale will have something for you. Plants that do not sell out on Saturday will be available for sale from 1-4 p.m.

For more information call 877-359-5235 or visit www.wildernesscenter.org.

Wildflower Walk

When: 2 p.m.

Where: The Wilderness Center; 9877 Alabama Ave. SW, Wilmot

Join TWC Botanizers Marvin and Sandy Smith as they lead a walk on the trails to view the wildflowers of the season. Free.

30-May 10

Wayne County High School Art Exhibit

When: Daily

Where: Wayne Center for the Arts

Exhibit of the best of Wayne County's High School artists. For more information call 330-264-2787 or visit www.wayneartscenter.org.


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