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Walleye Festival receives grant

Main Street Port Clinton is pleased to announce that they have been awarded a tourism marketing grant from the Ottawa County Visitor’s Bureau to promote the Walleye Festival. 2014 marks the 34th anniversary of the Walleye Festival, which runs May 22 to May 26 this year. 

All proceeds from the Walleye Festival are used to revitalize downtown historic Port Clinton.  Main Street Port Clinton is a non-profit organization striving to promote, preserve and improve downtown historic Port Clinton.  For more information, contact Main Street Port Clinton at 419.734.5503.

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Athletic yard sale May 17

The Port Clinton High School and Middle School Athletic Departments will be hosting the first ever Athletic Yard Sale on May 17, from 9 a.m. to noon, at True-Lay Stadium in Port Clinton. The tables will be set up in front of the visitor side stands. In case of rain, the sale will be held in the visitor/middle school lockeroom on the east side of stadium. Various equipment that is no longer utilized, along with old football jerseys and girls basketball jerseys will be sold. All proceeds will benefit the Port Clinton High School and Middle School Athletic Fund.

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Little Free Library Comes to Port Clinton

Been wondering what the new little structure on the north side of Lakeview Park is? No, it’s not a birdhouse; it’s a library! A Little Free Library sponsored by the Friends of the Park organization. A Little Free Library is a “Take a Book/Leave a Book gathering place where people can share their favorite literature and stories. Essentially, it is a box full of books that anyone may visit and pick up a book (or two) and bring back another book to share.

The Little Free Library movement was started in Wisconsin in 2009, and there are now libraries in every state and 10 countries.

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