Bill Johnson, an accomplished public speaker, naturalist, historian, filmmaker, re-enactor, wilderness skills instructor, and author will present an overview of native living in this area from prehistoric to historic times and then will focus on plants, planting, bio-engineering, native horticulture/agriculture and how all that effects us today.
His presentation will take place April 15 at 1 p.m. at 5154 Prospect Street between Rootstown and Ravenna.
His personal experiences and commitment to detail will provide insight to native American life.
This event is open to the public, and admission is free.
For more information, contact Marilyn Tyger at 330-348-6089 or email@example.com.
Eagles hosting fish dinners
The Streetsboro Eagles' Friday Fish Fries are under way.
Every Friday through the end of Lent, the Eagles will host fish dinners with a variety of options:
• Fish dinner, $8;
• Six-piece shrimp dinner, $9;
•Fish and shrimp combo dinner, $9;
• Fish, shrimp and crab dinner, $10;
• Chicken dinner, $8; and
• Grilled cheese and fries, $5.
All dinners include a choice of fries, or macaroni and cheese, along with cole slaw and rolls.
Kids dinners, side dishes and appetizers also are available. The Eagles also are accepting new members. For more information, call 330-626-9362.
'Encounters with the Unknown'
Thomas Wertman, co-director of the Cleveland Ufology Project, will speak at the Pierce-Streetsboro Library April 8 from 6:30-8 p.m. The program, titled "Encounters with the Unknown," will take place in the meeting room at 8990 Kirby Lane.
Wertman's presentation will allow the audience to see what is being investigated in Ohio. Does Ohio have alien encounters, crop circles and mysterious lights in the sky? Attend the program and find out. Wertman is Ohio's chief field investigator for the Mutual UFO Network.
This event is sponsored by the Friends of Pierce-Streetsboro Library. Light refreshments will be served. Call the library at 330-626-4458 to register for the free event.