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November 21, 2019

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Ada Bingo set for Thursdays in January

Ada Bingo plays on Thursdays at the Alumni N-men’s Building in downtown Ada.

Doors open at 5:30 p.m. and game play begins at 6:55 p.m.. Ada Bingo uses new,
radio-controlled electronic machines, as well as, traditional paper packages.

Proceeds from Ada Bingo benefits the Ada Lion's Club and Ada Music Boosters.

Here's the what and where in January in Hardin County

What's happening in Hardin County in January? Lots of activities. Here's the county activity schedule from the Hardin County Chamber and Business Alliance.

Click for January calendar of events.

Long night? Winter solstice Friday Dec. 21

If the North Pole were your head and the South Pole your feet, today your head would be too cold and your feet too warm.   That's a metaphor for the axial tilt of the earth on this day, with all of us north of the equator experiencing our shortest winter day and everyone south the longest summer day.

On this day you will have your longest noon shadow of the year. Assuming any sun comes out at all today.  After today daylight in our hemisphere increases faster the farther north you are.

Ada bands and 6th grade choir in concert Monday evening

In the mood for a some music? Several instrumental groups will perform in the Ada School Auditorium at 7 p.m., Monday, Dec. 17.

The concert includes:

• 6th grade choir
• Middle School band
• High school band


What to do on a Friday night? Gemenid meteor show still strong tonight Dec. 14 -15

Although it peaked on Thursday night, you will still have many opportunites to see several shooting stars tonight, Friday, Dec. 14, into Saturday.

The Geminid meteor shower is one of the best star shows of the year.  Icon veiwers can really take advantage of this tonight.

Many of us here in the northern hemisphere are likely more familiar with the annual Perseid meteor shower.   That takes place in the summer, when it is a lot easier to leave the house and find a nice open field or dark area to sit.

ArtSpace announces winter classes


ArtSpace/Lima, Town Square in Lima, announces it's series of kids and adult classes for winter quarter 2013.  

Kids classes are designed for age 6 and up.

Kids classes include

  • Ceramics, taught by Anna Fisher
  • Abstract art, taught by Maia Fisher
  • Sculpture , taught by Andrea Scheckelhoff

Kids classes begin Saturday, Jan. 12 and run through Saturday, Feb. 9.
All kids classes are $50.00 and include all supplies.  

Adult Classes include: