The possibility of moving the Auglaize County Fair to a week in June from the last week in July is being contemplated by county fair officials, and they are seeking public input on the possible move before any decision is made.
Auglaize County Agricultural Society, or Fair Board, members discussed Saturday some of the advantages and disadvantages of holding the fair during a week in June instead of the last week of July.
Holiday shoppers looking for that “one of a kind” gift filled the streets of downtown Wapakoneta this weekend.
Holiday Open Houses were held on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, with downtown and specialty shops, along with other businesses in Wapakoneta, staying open later and hosting holiday specials on their merchandise.
Janice Wright, along with her daughter-in-law, Melanie, and grandson, Christopher, were out and about this weekend shopping for the upcoming holiday season.
Children with special needs often have little chance to attend movies with their families due to societal “laws” that exist in a movie theater.
Thanks to the Wapa Theater and the volunteer work of Jennifer Horman, who has a special needs child, children in the area are finally getting that chance.
“We try to have it every few months,” Horman said. “It’s usually based on whatever is showing and what would be appropriate.”