Sandusky, OH

The city of Sandusky Hosts Neighborhood Ice Cream Socials this September

Terrence Jacobs
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SANDUSKY, OH - This September, prepare to yell "I Scream for Ice Cream!" Because the City of Sandusky will be hosting Neighborhood Ice Cream Socials every Wednesday evening starting on The first day of September until October 6, 2021.

Citizens of Sandusky are welcomed to enjoy delectable choices of ice cream and refreshments with their fellow neighbors, this six-week event is also a great opportunity to meet city staff as well as the City Commissioners, the citizens can have an update regarding programs happening in the neighborhood, and also have a chance to bestow ideas for strengthening the City’s neighborhoods along with the City quality as a whole.

The following locations will be the place for the event will take in that week. Keep in mind that all Ice Cream socials will take place on Wednesday evenings from 7:00 pm until finish:

Wednesday, September 1

Talon Flohr Park

1321 Cleveland Road

Wednesday, September 8

Churchwell Park

1607 S. Forest Drive

Wednesday, September 15

Sandusky Rec

222 Meigs Street

Wednesday, September 22

Lions Park

533 Winnebago Street

Wednesday, September 29

Central Park

600 Central Avenue

Wednesday, October 6

Jaycee Park (North)

Baltimore Street & Milan Road

For those who can't join the event on Wednesday evenings, no need to worry because there will be an additional get-together with refreshments the next Thursday morning at 10. The location for the event will be in the same place as the Wednesday evening meeting.

For more information regarding Neighborhood Ice Cream Socials or anything related to the City of Sandusky, visit, call them at 419 627 5844, or follow their Twitter @cityofsandusky and their Facebook page.

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