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Beach cleanup Sunday in PC

Earth Day was first celebrated April 22, 1970. This day has been set aside each year to recognize our Earth and promote greater environmental awareness through education, action and celebration. To commemorate this day the Port Clinton Recreation Department and the OSS Solid Waste District will once again be providing…
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Division of Watercraft offers Power Boating Skills Course

he Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Watercraft, is offering a new Power Boating Basics Course that provides novice and untrained boaters the basic skills needed to properly and safely operate a power boat. The eight-hour course is open to the public and is being offered in a three-day…
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Naturally Speaking: Shipwrecks and Maritime Tales

Joe Lucente with Ohio Sea Grant will take you through the development of www.ohioshipwrecks.org — Shipwrecks and Maritime Tales of the Lake Erie Coastal Ohio Trail — at 2 p.m. Sunday, April 15. The talk, exploring the background of this eco-tourism opportunity, is part of the Naturally Speaking series at…
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Boat show coming up at CIC

The Progressive Insurance Catawba Island Boat Show will be ay 4-6 at Catawba Island Club.The show features powerboats, cruisers, sailboats, fishing boats, pontoon boats and entertainment. Most boats displayed in the water will be available for demos on Lake ErieBoat show visitors, will have unique opportunities to purchase some of…
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Spaces available for fishing instructor workshop

Spaces are still available for adults, groups or conservation clubs who have a sincere interest in taking kids fishing and want to become certified fishing instructors, according to the Ohio Department of Natural Resources, Division of Wildlife. A free workshop is available on Wednesday, May 16, from 9 a.m. to…
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Walk on the Wild Side

The second annual Walk on the Wild Side at Magee Marsh will be at 9:30 a.m. May 12. Proceeds from the walk will support our Weeds to Wildflowers project.The Magee Marsh Wildlife Area, purchased by the Ohio Division of Wildlife in August 1951, lies in some of Ohio’s finest remaining…
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