SPRING/SUMMER PROGRAM REGISTRATION OPEN

Posted on April 26th, 2018 by Lara

Registration is now open for Spring & Summer programs. We have everything for the budding artist, budding chef, educational refresher classes, explorer, sport camps, half & full day camps, and more. Check out the offerings in our 2018 Spring/Summer Program Guide (information about Fall sport deadlines included).

Start registering online today!

Turn Off Those Screens And Tune In To Something New

Posted on April 25th, 2018 by Lara

TURN YOUR SCREEN OFF WEEK, APRIL 29 – MAY 5

Returning for the fifth year, fourteen non-for-profit organizations will be hosting the week-long event “Turn Your Screen Off Week”, April 29 – May 5. Each organization is promoting turning off your screens for the week and experiencing/learning something new through these FREE program offerings. There is something for all age groups to enjoy!

2018 Event Schedule

SUNDAY, APRIL 29
Bryn Du Mansion Art Center Gallery 1:00-3:00PM (Sun),
1:00-4:00PM (Mon/Tues) 
Visual Communications Art Show
View the Granville High School & C-TEC Visual Design & Imaging Spring Art Show now through May 1. Sponsored by Bryn Du Commission

Noon-4:00PM | Infirmary Mound Park
Outdoor Adventures
Turn off those screens and tune in to the outdoors. We will have activities for everyone including a bungee trampoline, rock climbing
wall, kayaking, canoeing, face painting, archery, crafts, a bounce house, food trucks, and more! Visit our website for more details. Sponsored by Licking Park District, Granville Recreation District & Granville Kiwanis

 

MONDAY, APRIL 30
4:00-6:00PM | Bryn Du Art Center
Sketchbook & Bookbinding Workshop
Create and design your own sketchbook using different types of paper and book binding techniques. Sketch books encourage creative exploration, journaling, doodling, writing, and more. Use your journal all week long as an alternative to the screen! Donation encouraged. Limited space, registration is required, ages 5+ (5-8 yrs. old w/adult). Sponsored by Bryn Du Arts Center

7:00-9:00PM | Old Academy Building
Grandma & Grandpa’s Favorite Games
Children can play like their grandparents did with a variety of games and activities from the 1950s and 1960s. Multi-era, toys/games from the Historical Society’s collection on display. Sponsored by Granville Historical Society

 

TUESDAY, MAY 1
6:30-8:00PM | College Town House
Discover What’s In Your Backyard
Kids and adults alike will have the opportunity to learn about and connect with nature as they explore the plants that grow wild in your own backyard while learning how to use them for cuts, bites, stings and more. Sponsored by Federated Clubs of Granville

7:00-9:00PM | Bryn Du Mansion
Life/Local Series | Family Big Game Night
Turn off those gaming screens and join us for real BIG games or big REAL games, either way family night is about being together and
having some fun! Sponsored by Bryn Du Commission

 

WEDNESDAY, MAY 2
8:15AM | Bryn Du Mansion
Bike To School Day
GES students and their parents are invited to gather in the parking lot at 8:00AM and bike to school starting at 8:20AM. Sponsored by Granville Schools & GRD

Noon | Granville Senior Center (60+ yrs)
Soup & Banana Splits
Enjoy a selection of delicious soups and a fudge sundae treat. Sponsored by Granville Senior Center

4:00-5:30PM | Infirmary Mound Park
Nature Journaling For Kids
Register your child, age 9 – 13 to explore the park and start a journal. Nature journaling incorporates art, writing, and scientific observations in a fun and relaxing way. It can include sketches, pressed plants,
photographs and more! Supplies included. Sponsored by Licking Park District

6:30-7:30PM | Granville Public Library
Bingo For Books
Bring the family for a fun night of bingo and a chance to win new books! All ages welcome (10 and under must be accompanied by an adult). Sponsored by Granville Public Library

7:00-8:00PM | Granville Intermediate School Land Lab
Birding Adventure
Join us for a 1.5 mile “Birding” adventure hike. Bring your camera or binoculars, or borrow some of ours, and talk with local experts as
you explore the bio-diversity of this special place. Trails are mowed, but can be muddy and a little rough. Parking GIS front lot! Sponsored by Granville Exempted Village Schools

 

THURSDAY, MAY 3
10:00AM | Welsh Hills School
“Lion King”
The “Lion King” is the story of a young lion prince. Born into the royal family, precociouscub Simba explores the savanna and idolizes his father, King Mufasa. When tragedy takes his father’s life, Simba flees and joins two hilarious and unlikely friends. Samba starts anew but must take on a formidable enemy and fulfill his destiny to be king. Visit
welshhills.org to reserve tickets. Sponsored by Welsh Hills School

1:00-4:00PM | Robbins Hunter Museum
Robbins Hunter Museum & Garden Tour
The museum will be open for tours. A gardener will be on hand in the Jill Griese Historic Garden to dicuss varieties of daffodils in bloom and answer gardening questions. Sponsored by Robbins Hunter Museum

6:00PM | Infirmary Mound Park
Backyard Series: Native Bees
Join us in the James Bradley Senior Center to discuss Ohio’s native bees, their role in pollination, and how you can help with their conservation in your backyard. This will be followed by a chance to build your own bee houses to take home! Pre-registration required. Sponsored by Licking Park District

7:30PM | Denison University
Planetarium Show
Join us for an hour-long show hosted by DU Physics & Astronomy faculty and students. Note: Seating is limited and advanced free tickets (limit 4/family) are required for entry, available at the Granville Area Chamber of Commerce office between 10AM-5PM, M-F. Sponsored by Denison University

8:30-10:00PM | Denison University
Observatory Open House
An Open House at the Swasey Observatory (weather permitting). Engage in astronomy using the Swasey Observatory 9-inch refracting telescope, as well as 8-inch reflecting telescopes. Sponsored by Denison University

 

FRIDAY, MAY 4
5:30-7:00PM | Granville Public Library
First Fridays: Fandoms and Forces
Celebrate favorite movies and fandoms, play trivia, enjoy snacks, win prizes! Grades: 6-12 Sponsored by Granville Public Library

 

SATURDAY, MAY 5
8:30AM-Noon | North Main Street
Farmers Market
Opening Day of our 25th Anniversary Season! Sponsored by Granville Area Chamber of Commerce

9:00AM-3:00PM | Granville
Great Granville Garage Sale 
Over 50 sales of bargains, collectibles, antiques, and more throughout the village! Visit College Town House for potted herbs/more.

10:00AM-NOON | Granville Public Library
Free Comic Book Day
Stop by to pick up a free comic book from Comic Shop Plus! All are welcome! Sponsored by Granville Public Library

Afternoon-Early Evening | Downtown Granville
Art Walk
Come enjoy art on display at local creative businesses and non-profits. Monthly event showcasing art in the Granville community. Sponsored by Granville Area Chamber of Commerce

Calling All Volunteers

Posted on February 7th, 2018 by Lara

The Wildwood Playground Construction Committee Needs Your Help With The Build! Construction takes place April 17-22, 2018.

• Up to 320/4-hour shifts are available per day with 4 or 7.5 hour shifts available
8:30AM – 12:30PM
8:30AM – 4:00PM
NOON-4:00PM
3:30PM-7:30PM

• Volunteers are needed of all ages and skill levels
• Adults 16 and older may work independently
• Children 10 – 15 may work alongside parent/guardian
• Children 9 and under onsite must remain in the childcare area

VOLUNTEER AREAS INCLUDE:
Skilled Labor
Unskilled Labor
Food Prep/Service
Childcare
Church, Employer, and Civic Organizations are encouraged to take a bundle of shifts

Interested volunteers, email WildwoodParkProject@gmail.com, include: Name, Email, Phone, Age, Volunteer Date(s), Shift(s), Area of Service, and Child care request  or sign up here.

 

Buy a Commemorative Brick or Paver to be placed at the new Wildwood Playground Build. For purchase details or more ways to get involved, email, WildwoodParkProject@gmail.com

Wildwood Playground Brick/Paver Order Form

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Purchase Your Brick/Paver Online Now