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Since its founding in 1998, the Northwest Ohio Railroad Preservation, Inc. has been dedicated to preserving, and educating others about, the rich history of the railroad in Northwest Ohio. The center's sprawling gift shop and museum, which features two model-train layouts, explore the role of trains in American life in the past and the present. Outside, quarter-scale deisel and steam trains chug across a field crossed with railroad tracks with dozens of gleeful passengers in tow. As part of its celebration of all things railroad, Northwest Ohio Railroad Preservation, Inc. also curates seasonal events, such as train rides brimming with holiday festivities.

11600 County Road 99
Findlay,
OH
US

Jamie Seabolt is a professional makeup artist who strives to give his clients confidence in their natural abilities and beauty with every lesson taught and every makeup application performed. ?It's the satisfaction of knowing that you did it,? Jamie writes on his website. Having held titles such as National Artist for Origins, Training Leader at AVON, and ProArtist with Smashbox and Urban Decay, he gives his clients that satisfaction, with his services ranging from professional makeup application for photo shoots and bridal parties, to three separate classes on makeup application and skincare. During his classes?held in a private and professional makeup studio? he dives into the fundamentals of enhancing features along with fellow makeup mavens, giving his students personal satisfaction and the skills to freshen up for cocktail parties, brunches, or strolls through the produce aisle. He employs Smashbox, theBalm, Origins, Mark, MAC, and Bobbi Brown products to help customers look their best during hands-on 30-step makeup workshops.

110 East Wooster Street
Bowling Green,
OH
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Inspired Shot, a recently formed nonprofit, is headed by Don: a certified Level 1 archery instructor and NRA?appointed training counselor. Don uses his own range or goes on location to teach the basics of gun fundamentals, firearm safety, and introductory archery. He provides all required class items, furnishing ammunition, firearms, portable targets, benches, and stands for practice shooting. He teaches NRA curriculum and can also train others to become NRA instructors.

5-835 Township Rd.
Liberty Center,
OH
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The Bowling Green Falcons feature electrifying wide receiver Kamar Jorden, one of the top players in the NCAA in receptions, and reigning MAC East Division defensive player of the week Chris Jones. Cheer on the Falcons as they bring their intense brand of smash-mouth football for all eleven innings. This bench reserved ticket is good for nearly anywhere in the stadium, and is valid at either game, including a Miami contest that will be broadcast nationally on ESPN2. Seats are first-come first-served, so arriving early, like mastering the umlaut for use in daily life, is strongly encouraged.

1600 Stadium Dr.
Bowling Green,
OH
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At Hansen Performance Horses, riders of all ages and experience levels saddle up under the direction of Teresa Hansen, who has owned and shown horses for more than 25 years and has coached amateurs to top finishes at prestigious competitions. Hooves gallop across the Hansen family's training facility, which consists of a heated indoor arena, an outdoor arena, and a climate-controlled viewing room for onlookers and curious TVs considering new career paths. Aside from private, one-on-one lessons, aspiring gauchos can earn their spurs during an assortment of different lessons, including therapeutic sessions for autistic children, as well as instruction in Western pleasure, hunter under-saddle, and reining divisions.

19755 Otsego Pike
Bowling Green,
OH
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Six miles of trails wind through more than 20 acres of towering cornstalks at The Maize. As participants search for their way back to civilization, they'll occasionally stumble on one of 14 challenge stations that will prompt them with questions. If they answer correctly, the station can help participants find the correct route.

The horticultural brainchild of Bowling Green Christian Academy, The Maize uses its proceeds to benefit both school programs and the Help Light the Night charity, which strives to provide jobs and renewable-light sources to impoverished families in India. In keeping with the theme of lighting the night, The Maize holds campfires on Saturday nights.

1165 Haskins Road
Bowling Green,
Ohio
US