Sunday, January 20, 2019
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  • Center plans to add interactive sculpture to park

    The Wassenberg Art Center has been fortunate to have won a grant through the Ohio Arts Council and matched with funds secured through Avangrid Renewables and the Van Wert County Foundation to create an interactive sculpture in the Wassenberg Art Park! This sculpture will highlight the firefly whose populations are declining due to pesticide use. The sculpture will be fully interactive and will light up using wind and/or human power. A full call-for-entry is available to all sculptors who have an interest in creating a proposal for creating the sculpture. The total amount granted is $20,000. We are very excited to see what ideas artists come up with to further enhance the Wassenberg grounds.

  • Preparations for shooting the eclipse Sunday night

    Weather permitting, we will have a good view of the full eclipse of the Moon starting about 9:36 p.m. this Sunday. If the sky is overcast, it will be May 26 of 2021 before we’ll get the next chance to see such a show.

  • Mini March for Life held Friday
    VAN WERT – Dave Matthew, who helped head up the “Walk for Life” in downtown Van Wert on Friday morning, said that the timing of the local march was synced with the “March for Life” going on in Washington, D.C. at the same time.
  • Crestview rolls past Ada

    CONVOY — With just a little over six minutes to go in the first half, the NWC match up featuring Ada and Crestview was nearly knotted at 15-13. The Knights called a full time out, following which, was a 25-2 run by Crestview to close out the half, 40-15. The Knights closed out the Friday night game at ‘The Ray’ 65-35.

    That Crestview timeout saw the usually calm, cool and quiet Knight’s head coach Jeremy Best become bright red and loud as he ripped into his team following their play during the first quarter.

    
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  • Mini March for Life held Friday
    VAN WERT – Dave Matthew, who helped head up the “Walk for Life” in downtown Van Wert on Friday morning, said that the timing of the local march was synced with the “March for Life” going on in Washington, D.C. at the same time.
  • Crestview rolls past Ada

    CONVOY — With just a little over six minutes to go in the first half, the NWC match up featuring Ada and Crestview was nearly knotted at 15-13. The Knights called a full time out, following which, was a 25-2 run by Crestview to close out the half, 40-15. The Knights closed out the Friday night game at ‘The Ray’ 65-35.

    That Crestview timeout saw the usually calm, cool and quiet Knight’s head coach Jeremy Best become bright red and loud as he ripped into his team following their play during the first quarter.

  • Bernard J. Nieman

    VAN WERT, Ohio — Bernard J. Nieman, 79, of Van Wert, died Friday morning, Jan. 18, 2019, at Indiana University Medical Center in Indianapolis, Indiana. Bernie was born on June 26, 1939, in Effingham, Illinois, to Celia (Hoene) and Allie F. Nieman who are both deceased. He is survived by his wife, Judy (Stewart) Nieman, whom he married on July 9, 1960, in St. Michael’s Catholic Church in Sigel, Illinois.

  • Recently I was browsing journals and writing prompt books at Barnes & Noble when I found a cute scrapbook centered around dogs (there was one for cats as well). When I opened it, it heavily mimicked a baby book in the way that it asked: “My name is…..”, “My name was almost…..”, “My birthday is…….” and various other questions. It made me reminisce about the day I brought Caesar home.

  • Center plans to add interactive sculpture to park

    The Wassenberg Art Center has been fortunate to have won a grant through the Ohio Arts Council and matched with funds secured through Avangrid Renewables and the Van Wert County Foundation to create an interactive sculpture in the Wassenberg Art Park! This sculpture will highlight the firefly whose populations are declining due to pesticide use. The sculpture will be fully interactive and will light up using wind and/or human power. A full call-for-entry is available to all sculptors who have an interest in creating a proposal for creating the sculpture. The total amount granted is $20,000. We are very excited to see what ideas artists come up with to further enhance the Wassenberg grounds.

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