Community Briefs

What’s happening in your community (updated April 21)

NEWLY POSTED: Finders to mark Record Store Day, April 22 Finders Records at 128 N.Main St., Bowling Green, will mark the 10th National Record Store Day, Saturday, April 22. The event was started to celebrate the resilience of local records in a period a rapid change in  technology, said Greg Halamay, owner and founder of Finders. Record Store Day was started about the time the vinyl records were just starting to make an impact. “It’s a special day for those who collect vinyl,” Halamay said. At the beginning special issue CDs were also released for the day, but now 99 percent of special product is vinyl. Halamay said the store will have 200 to 300 of those LPs available when it opens at 10 a.m. NEWLY POSTED: Musicians union celebrates jazz month with jazz concert, April 22 The Professional Musicians of Northwest Ohio, AFM Local 15-286 is celebrating Jazz Appreciation Month with a day of jazz,  Saturday April 22 from 1-5 p.m. at the Art Tatum-Kent Branch of the Toledo Public Library.   Jazz-related children’s activities will also be offered. Performers will be: * 1 p.m., Pete Ford Trio * 2 p.m., Jim Gottron Quartette * 3 p.m., Galen Bundy Combo * 4 p.m. Dan Welch Quartette with pianist Michael Peslikis. For directions visit: http://www.toledolibrary.org/locations/kent. NEWLY POSTED: Green Team hosts Creation Care Celebration, April 23 (updated) The Black Swamp Green Team will presented the second Creation Care Celebration Sunday, April 23, from 1 to 3 p.m. hosted by Peace Lutheran Church, 1021 W. Martindale at West Wooster, Bowling Green. The event will celebrate locals efforts, organizations and leaders practicing good stewardship by increasing awareness and practices…

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