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December 1 - 12
Auxiliary Gift Shop of Fisher-Titus
Special, one-day only 25% discount on clothing, purses, OSU items and more! Each day different merchandise is on sale. Cannot be combined with other discounts. Cash, credit card and payroll deduction are available.
See the event flyer for Gift Shop hours.
Cookie Walk (Dec. 7, 8 a.m. - 1 p.m.)
Fisher-Titus Ghrist Room, Parking Lot C
Homemade cookies, fudge, buckeyes and more sold by the pound or per piece. Proceeds benefit the Fisher-Titus Auxiliary.
See the event flyer for more information
Sensory Friendly Holiday Event
Saturday, December 15
10 - 11 a.m. Cookies, Holiday Crafts and photos with Santa
11 a.m. - 1 p.m. Sensory Friendly showing of “The Polar Express”
Norwalk High School Ernsthausen Performing Arts Center 350 Shady Lane Dr., Norwalk
You’re invited to enjoy a special holiday event which includes cookies, photos with Santa and a Sensory Friendly Showing of The Polar Express. Dr. Wendy Millis, Ken Murray, PhD, LPCC-S, Rachel Velishek, LPCC, the pediatric therapy team and more will be on hand to join in the celebration.
This special event is modified so that children on the autism spectrum and with other disabilities will not become overstimulated or overwhelmed.
Children are encouraged to wear their pajamas, and remember to bring your camera to get the perfect photo with Santa!
For more information, call (419) 660-2117 ext. 3040
Admission for this event is FREE!
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