On July 6, the Granville fireworks will start at 10 p.m. and last approximately 24 minutes. During the show, approximately 1,250 shells will light the night sky.
Strep throat. Pink eye. Flu. Not exactly what you want your kids to bring home from school, especially before the holidays. Thanks to the Licking County Health Department and a grant from the Granville Community Foundation, Granville third graders will be taking extra special care to keep their holidays (and yours) healthy.
With the help of a three-year grant from the Granville Community Foundation totaling $12,000, the Granville Public Library has completed digitization of 130 years and countless pages of newspapers.
The Granville Senior Center is hosting mini classes this month with Apple specialist, Gregg Montomery, to teach senior citizens how to stay connected with friends and family through technology.
It’s that time of year--the day when Granville enjoys sweet, soulful melodies while eating savory local food. HotLicks BluesFest is back for its 18th year running and 2017 is even bigger than before!
After attending the Granville High School’s senior awards ceremony, one quickly realizes that Granville Schools equip their students exceptionally well for success after graduation. One example: in an ongoing effort to enrich the academic experience and prepare students with the soft skills necessary to succeed in a variety of careers, Granville Schools are integrating Project Based Learning (PBL) into their curriculum.
Everyone in town loves the Kiwanis Club of Granville! Why is that, you may ask? Is it because they award scholarships to graduating Granville High School seniors? Their scrumptious maple syrup? Their famous pancake fundraiser? Their numerous and beloved youth clubs? Perhaps. But Kiwanis’ Granville fame stems largely from their annual Fourth of July celebration, and primarily centers around the Firework Show.