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  • BLOG – Hootenanny

    This small but mighty group sounded wonderful Saturday evening at this month's YS hootenanny. (photos by Suzanne Szempruch)

    Today’s blog showcases a Yellow Springs Hootenanny held Saturday evening at the Coretta Scott King building.

  • BLOG – Then & Now display at Antioch Midwest

    Yellow Springs local, ________ talked with photographer Andy Snow at the gallery opening of "Then & Now" on Saturday.

    Today’s blog showcases Saturday’s opening of Antioch Midwest alum Andy Snow’s award-winning photo exhibit “Then and Now” featuring historic images from the 1913 Dayton flood contrasted with his photos from the same locations 100 years later.

  • BLOG – Ice cream with Friends

    Janeal Ravndal served cool whip to anyone who wanted it at last Sunday's ice cream social at Friends Care Community.

    Today’s blog showcases Friends Care Community’s annual ice cream social that was well attended on Sunday, August 4.

  • BLOG – Kayaks & Canoes

    This was 1 of 3 vehicles I saw on Saturday that were transporting kayaks— sure looked like fun!

    Over the past months, canoes have been laying low and kayaks have collected snow. Now that it’s summer, I was excited to see the number of kayaks on the go this weekend!

  • BLOG — Buddha

    Buddha sitting among a great succulent garden at a dear friend's home on West South College St. (photos by Suzanne Szempruch)

    Today’s blog showcases Buddha. Heads or bodies, fat or thin, a Buddha can be found on just about every street.

  • BLOG — Lost gloves

    Don't you hate it when you lose a glove!

    Today’s blog showcases the lost gloves over the past few months. I’ve been looking keeping my eyes open and these are all I’ve found, nice job keeping track of your gloves!

  • BLOG – Mud Day

    Enjoying Mud Day to it's fullest!

    Today’s blog showcases the Mud Day at the Children Community Center on Friday.

  • Over 40 kids at tball

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    With over 40 kids at tball on Friday, Jimmy Chesire did his best to split the kids onto 2 ball diamonds. It didn’t really work, most kids preferred Jimmy’s diamond, but everyone still had fun!

  • BLOG – Heat Relief

    last Friday after having been closed for a week due to the overapplication of an herbicide on the pool lawn. Village Council had the lawn cordoned off, and will decide at its July 1 meeting when to remove the fence. Shown above are swimmers enjoying the water last Sunday afternoon. (Photo by Suzanne Szempruch)

    Today’s blog showcases the Gaunt Park pool on Sunday after it re-opened.

  • BLOG – Wood Art

    Maxine Jones posed with her wood carving in her garden on Livermore Street. It was given to her over 25 years ago and she's always liked it because it reminds her of herself and her son. (photos by Suzanne Szempruch)

    Today’s blog showcases some of the wood art found on porches and in gardens.

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