TOPS – 6 p.m. – Every Monday – Take Off Pounds Sensably – First Baptist Church, 399 Norwood Ave.

Let’s talk about health – 2-3 p.m., every Tuesday, Hocking County Public Library, Logan Branch. Retired physician Harry Guda will discuss all things health and disease of mind, body or spirit.

Euchre – 7 p.m. – Every Tuesday – invited public – Red Men Lodge, 22005 State Route 664, South Bloomingville.

quilt therapy – 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. – Every Wednesday – Open all day for anyone who wants to come and sew. Bring a project, even one you’re having difficulty with, and one of our staff will be happy to help. – Nelsonville Quilt Company, 52 W. Washington St., Nelsonville, Ohio – 740-753-3343

“Good Mourning” – A Widows Support Group – meets second and fourth Wednesdays of the month, 11:30am-12:30pm – a place for women to share their grief, sympathy, support and stories – Scenic Hills Senior Center, Map Room, 187 S. Spring St.

tai chi – 1 p.m. every Wednesday, Scenic Hills Senior Center 580 Radio Lane, suggested donation of $3 per class.

Hocking Hills Angels Recovery – Narcotics Anonymous – 6:30 p.m. – open meeting every Wednesday. – Lobby of Integrated Services, 33 W. Second St.

Hocking Valley Photography Group7 p.m. at Bowen House – second Wednesday of the month.

Downtown Logan – 8:00 a.m. – Meets the first Thursday of each month. Everyone is welcome. Logan Theater, 84 E. Main St.

Caring Hearts Bereavement Support Group – 7:00 p.m. – Meets the third Thursday of each month. Open to families who have suffered the loss of a child, sibling or grandchild. First Church of Christ, 935 E. Main St.

Euchre – 7 p.m. – every Thursday – invited public – Home Tavern, 363 Gallagher Ave.

find your family (at the library the last Thursday of the month)

Public Employees Retirees, Inc. (PERI) May 35th Anniversary Luncheon, Friday, May 20, noon, Oak Room, Olde Dutch Restaurant, 12791 State Route 664. Make a reservation by calling Suzie Hughes at 740-385-6608 by May 13. The guest speaker is PERI State Legislative Counsel Greg Bennett. All OPERS members or retirees are invited to attend.

Euchre at Scenic Hills Senior Center, noon, every Friday, 187 Spring St., Logan.

Annual Chieftain Center Spring Spectacular, Saturday, May 28, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., Chieftain Center, Logan High School complex. All artisans, vendors, garage sales, flea markets and more are invited, $20 per space, provide your own table. Outdated sports equipment and Chieftain uniforms will be for sale. Contact Keith Myers at 740–385–2069 ext. 11513 or [email protected].

Carbon Hill Alumni Luncheon, Saturday, May 28, noon, Olde Dutch Restaurant, 12791 State Route 664S, Logan. The cost is $20 per person. Reservations required. For more information, call 740-593-8529 and leave a message.

Logan High School Class of 1957 65th Reunion, Saturday, May 28, Olde Dutch Restaurant, Logan. Anyone wishing to attend should call 740-385-7335.

Rockbridge School Gathering, Saturday, May 21, 4 p.m., Olde Dutch Restaurant, Logan. The cost is $20 per person. Call 740-974-9641 or 740-653-8064 to RSVP by May 16.

Plant exchange and silent auction of painted chairsSaturday, May 7, 10 a.m. to noon, Bowen House, 196 N. Market St., Logan.

Concert, Saturday, May 7, 7 p.m., Bowen House, 196 N. Market St., Logan. Andrew Miller, baritone, and Katie Barr, piano, present The House of Life, English art song. Admission $10 members, $12 non-members. Reservations required – call 740-385-0344.

Steak having dinner – 4:30-7:30pm – First Saturday of every month – Enjoy a delicious steak dinner. Proceeds help support our community and Legion baseball. – American Legion Post 78, 12845 St. Rt. 664 s.

Free to retaliate – 10:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. – last Saturday of each month – women only, Krav Maga self-defense class. This is the workout that could save your life! – FREE – TrueFit Athletics, 702 S. Ewing St., Lancaster.

Hocking County Historical and Genealogical Society Museum, 64 North Culver Street, Logan. Open by appointment by calling one of the numbers on the front door.

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