“It gives these families a venue to do something as a family unit.”
Next sessions start Monday at Ernsthausen Community Center.
Law director says 'tentative agreement' between city and firefighters union calls for a 2 1/2-percent increase annually for three years.
“We try to put our heart and soul in everything we do.”
Red sequin from bathing suit mistaken for red light from camera.
Pool Pooch Splash & Swim draws 87 dogs to Ernsthausen Aquatic Center.
Norwalk woman, Ernsthausen Community Center employee has become a certified yoga instructor.
The Silver Sneakers excercise group held a surprise graduation party Wednesday for Norwalk resident Mona Hauler, who was become a certified yoga instructor. Enjoy these photos by reporter Cary Ashby and look for a story soon.
The cost is $3 a person.
“Sing” now will be shown June 29 in the Ernsthausen Community Center’s outdoor pool area.
Rec center now renting canoeing for use in reservoir.
Ribbon-cutting ceremony is at 1 p.m. Saturday at Ernsthausen Community Center.
Joe Lindenberger, superintendent of the Norwalk parks and recreation department, expressed his thanks Tuesday for city residents passing the recreation levy.
The Huron County Fund has awarded Norwalk a $2,000 grant for an outdoor shower and foot-sprayer at the new Ernsthausen Community Center splash pad.
If Norwalk is awarded the ODOT grant, construction for the paved, multi-use trail would start in 2021.