Articles by Suzanne Szempruch :: Page 6

  • Is your business in the Red Book?

    Redbook2013

    Advertising in the red book makes it easy for your community to connect with you! The red book is the source for all things Yellow Springs.

  • BLOG – Alice Robrish Studio

    This sign on Dayton St. caught my eye on Friday afternoon, so I stopped in to met Alice and see her studio. (photos by Suzanne Szempruch)

    The nooks and crannies throughout the Village that often get overlooked. Today’s blog showcases Alice Robrish’s Studio on Dayton Street. On friday when I stumbled across her open sign, I found a hidden treasure!

  • Trust

    Cold temperatures and more snow have kept Gaunt Park hill ready for sledders, and a steady stream of local kids and families have taken part. (Photos by Suzanne Szempruch)

    Cold temperatures and more snow have kept Gaunt Park hill ready for sledders, and a steady stream of local kids and families have taken part.

  • Planning Commission Meeting Agenda

    Board Of Zoning Appeals

  • BLOG – House Lights

    A little bit of color looks good since everything is currently white. I found this light last summer off of Xenia Ave. (photos by Suzanne Szempruch)

    The nooks and crannies throughout the Village that often get overlooked. Today’s blog showcases a few unique lights I’ve seen around town. Click photos to enlarge. RELATED POSTS: BLOG – Unique Shutters BLOG – Sidewalk Surprises BLOG – Numbers with Personality, part 3 BLOG – Winter Walk BLOG – Mailboxes part 2

  • BLOG – Winter Walk

    Someone passed by the Spring before we did and made a little snowman to make us smile- as if we weren't enjoying ourselves already on such a peaceful hike! (photos by Suzanne (Ehalt) Szempruch)

    The nooks and crannies throughout the Village that often get overlooked. Today’s blog showcases my walk on Saturday through the Glen.

  • A sweet tradition continues

    Last week Village Council member Gerry Simms received holiday baking staples from Village employee Chris Hamilton as part of the legacy of ex-slave Wheeling Gaunt, which mandates that the Village provide flour and sugar to all local widows and widowers. (Photo by Suzanne Szempruch)

    Last week Village Council member Gerry Simms received holiday baking staples from Village employee Chris Hamilton as part of the legacy of ex-slave Wheeling Gaunt, which mandates that the Village provide flour and sugar to all local widows and widowers.

  • BLOG – Christmas Lights

    There was a beautiful clear sky the night I photographed this Pleasant Street home. (photos by Suzanne Ehalt Szempruch)

    The nooks and crannies throughout the Village that often get overlooked. Today’s blog showcases some of the neighborhood Christmas lights through out the village.

  • Finders, seekers

    About 40 local children took part in a scavenger hunt downtown last Saturday, part of the Holiday in the Village activities organized by Chamber of Commerce employees Holly Simpson and Lauren Mikesell, who are now busy planning the adult version to take place this weekend. Shown above, Loren George and Tiger Jane Collins, both 5, showed off the items they found at the Yellow Springs Arts Council. The items found at each location went together to create a picture frame, which the children assembled at the the Senior Center, the hunt’s last stop. See more photos from the events on page 8. (Photo by Suzanne (Ehalt) Szempruch)

    About 40 local children took part in a scavenger hunt downtown last Saturday, part of the Holiday in the Village activities.

  • BLOG – Little Villages

    Blokhedz had a haunted mansion and a neighborhood street with trick-or-treaters in their Dayton St. window for Halloween. The simplicity in their Christmas window made me smile. (photos by Suzanne (Ehalt) Szempruch)

    The nooks and crannies throughout the Village that often get overlooked. Today’s blog showcases the little villages in the downtown store windows. Another little village can be found at Twisted Tines on Xenia Ave.

  • Roadside read

    On Sunday Regina Brecha and Max Mullin restocked the Mullin family’s Little Free Library on State Route 370. (Photo by Suzanne Ehalt)

    On Sunday Regina Brecha and Max Mullin restocked the Mullin family’s Little Free Library on State Route 370.

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