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"Taken 2" starts Friday at Ada Theatre

"Taken 2" (PG-13) starts at the Ada Theatre on Friday, Oct. 5, according to James Curlis, theatre owner.

Show times follow:

Friday and Saturday 7:00 & 9:00 PM

Saturday & Sunday matinee @ 4:00 PM

Daily @ 7:00 PM

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Concert by Men’s and Women’s Choruses, University Singers, and Chamber Singers Oct. 5

The Ohio Northern University Department of Music will present a concert featuring the ONU Men’s and Women’s Choruses, the University Singers, and ONU Chamber Singers in Presser Hall’s Snyder Recital Hall on Friday, Oct. 5, at 8 p.m. The event is free and open to the public.

The concert will open with the ONU Women’s Chorus performing four selections from Michael Este, Matthew Armstrong, John Floyd Campbell and “Wicked” composer Stephen Schwartz. The ONU Women’s Chorus is under the direction of Marilyn Roth Basinger, lecturer in the ONU Department of Music.

Spirit Week in Ada Schools results in an interesting dress code

It's Spirit Week in Ada Schools. That can only mean that homecoming is on the weekend.

Here's the Spirit Week dress code:  
Monday: Western Day “Lasso those Knights” 
Tuesday: Generation Day -
     Freshman: Babies,
     Sophomores: Kids (elementary),
     Juniors: Adults (middle aged)
     Seniors: Old people.
Wednesday: Imitate a Staff Member Day 
Thursday: Dress like any NWC rival  
Friday: Spirit Day! Show your spirit, wear your purple and gold and crazy spirit wear!

Tony Hillerman book discussion topic at library Oct. 2

Join Ada readers at the Ada Public Library on Tuesday, Oct. 2 at 7 p.m. to discuss Skinwalkers by Tony Hillerman.

Navajo Tribal Police Officer Jim Chee and Lieutenant Joe Leaphorn investigate murders that lead them into spine-tingling and mystical world of Navajo witchcraft.

Three unsolved homicides and an attempt on Chee's life have left the Navajo Tribal Police baffled. Are the murders somehow connected, although they occurred 120 miles apart?

Bridge Home Health & Hospice offering 24th annual Living Through Loss Series

Bridge Home Health & Hospice is offering its 24th annual Living Through Loss educational series. The eight-month series will focus on the issues surrounding the death of a loved one. Sessions will be held from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in the Marathon Auditorium at Blanchard Valley Hospital, 1900 South Main Street, Findlay. Dates and topics include:

October 15: “The Journey Through Grief: What to Expect Along the Way”
Presented by Kathryn J. Foust of Lighthouse Counseling Services
November 19: “Facing the Holidays After a Loss”
Presented by the Bridge Hospice bereavement staff