Articles by Suzanne Szempruch

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  • BLOG — New Fence

    A close up of Sherraid Scott's cat in the center of her board that she's carving as part of the Fence Art Gallery. (photos by Suzanne Szempruch)

    Today’s blog showcases a not so over looked corner of downtown, Limestone Street and Xenia Ave. Construction on the new hotel is about to begin and to help hide the mess, Jim Hammond teamed up the Yellow Springs Arts Council and the Yellow Springs Community Foundation to build a temporary art gallery fence.

  • Scouting for food

    Mills Lawn fourth-grader C.J. Cooper, a Webelo in Pack 362, recently spent time in Xenia, where many of his other pack members live, “Scouting for food,” an annual Boy Scout-led food drive. (Photo by Suzanne Szempruch)

    Mills Lawn fourth-grader C.J. Cooper recently spent time in Xenia “Scouting for food,” an annual Boy Scout-led food drive.

  • Artist reception at Winds to benefit hospital

    Libby Rudolf paints watercolors, large and small, inspired by the beauty of The Glen Helen Nature Preserve as well as other natural spaces around the country.

    Libby Rudolf’s “Watercolors: Color and Light” reception will be held on Sunday, March 30, 4–6 p.m., at the Winds.

  • VIDEO: Yellow Springs Community Band concert

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    The Yellow Springs Community Band had their first concert of the year on Sunday, March 9, in Mills Lawn Gym. Enjoy a medley and slideshow of the concert!

  • Native plant propagation workshop

    Bottle Brush Grass, native to the area is shown here propagating as a result of the last plant propagation workshop. (submitted photo by Kelly Quigley)

    Antioch College in collaboration with Glen Helen Outdoor Education Center is hosting two native plant propagation workshops.

  • BLOG – Sweet & Sappy

    Inside the "sugar shack" at the Flying Mouse Farm, Lidija Lackovich was just tall enough to view the boiling sap, Ashley Lackovich-Van Gorp had to lift up Darija Lackovich so she could also see.

    Today’s blog showcases the Tecumseh Land Trust sponsored tour at Flying Mouse Farm for their annual tapping of sugar maples.

  • Sweet and sappy

    Shown above are Caleb and Teresa Adkins of Springfield, checking out one of the many maple sap collection buckets at Flying Mouse Farms annual open house. (Photo by Suzanne Szempruch)

    Last Sunday afternoon, Feb. 22, the Tecumseh Land Trust sponsored a tour of Flying Mouse Farm for the annual tapping of the sugar maples.

  • Must renew your residential listing!

    Please let us know if your listing from last year is still correct.

    Don’t get left out of the one thing that gathers all of us together in the same place! Renewing your residential listing is free!

  • BLOG – Dance, dance, dance

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    Today’s blog showcases the One Billion Rising for Justice dance.

  • Tired of white snow? Think RED!

    When you start hearing and reading about the red book, you know spring will be here soon!

    Sick of the snow & tried of seeing white? Ready for the green of spring? Well, think red! As in the red book, the Yellow Springs Community Directory that comes out in the spring! Now is the time to get your free residential listing in.

  • BLOG – Sledding

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    Today’s blog showcases sledding down Gaunt Park’s hill and enjoying the snow ramp!

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