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From The Print Last Week Section :: Page 5

  • Yellow Springs Masonic Lodge to host open house

    The Yellow Springs Masonic Lodge will host a public open house Saturday, April 22, 11 a.m.–2 p.m.; the Lodge is located at 242 Xenia Ave.

  • ‘Hidden in Plain Site’ exhibition opens at former Baptist church

    A painting, created by Bronx-based artist Rafaela Santos — with a simple color palette of reds, blues, whites and blacks — draws the eyes immediately when walking into the newly completed architecture studio, Crome Yellow Springs, formerly the church home of the predominately African American First Baptist Church.

  • Yellow Springs Board of Education | Facilities options narrow to six

    At a Wednesday, March 29 work session of the YS Board of Education, board members winnowed the number of plans for potential facilities upgrades under consideration from eight options to six.

  • 100 native wildlife habitats in Yellow Springs

    Over 100 properties throughout the village have been certified with the National Wildlife Federation, or NWF, as official native wildlife habitats. Each of these properties — 108, to be exact — have met the NWF’s criteria of providing local fauna with sources of food, water and shelter, while abiding by stringent sustainable practices.

  • Local servers, bartenders take ‘Safe Bars’ training

    Last month, about a dozen Yellow Springs bartenders and servers gathered to learn how to recognize and curtail sexual harassment and assault in their establishments.

  • Guy Davis to headline Antioch School Scholarship Gala

    The Antioch School will hold its Scholarship Gala fundraising event at the Foundry Theater on Friday, April 21. Headlining this year’s gala event is Grammy-nominated blues musician Guy Davis.

  • ‘The Insatiable Volt Sisters’ | Rachel Eve Moulton debuts novel

    Rachel Eve Moulton will read from “The Insatiable Volt Sisters” Sunday, April 16, 3–5 p.m., at Emporium Wines and Underdog Cafe, with an introduction by author Katrina Kittle.

  • Cheers to 10 years at Yellow Springs Brewery

    On Saturday, April 15, Yellow Springs Brewery is throwing a day-long 10th anniversary party at its Millworks location to mark a decade of “crafting truth to power” right here in Yellow Springs.

  • Architect Max Crome holds open house at former church

    On Thursday, March 30, Crome Yellow Springs — owned by village resident Max Crome — held an open house at the business’ newly completed architecture studio in the former site of the predominately African American First Baptist Church and more recently, a private residence.

  • News from the Past: April 2023

    From an April 1948 issue of the News: “New strain of chestnut trees planted in Glen. The United States Bureau of Plant Industry, Department of Agriculture, has chosen Antioch College’s Glen Helen as a test site for a new blight-resistant strain of 78 chestnuts which it has been developing.”

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