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2010 Frontier Power

Friday, Saturday, Sunday

Hot Air Balloon Festival June 11th, 12th, & 13th
Coshocton County Fair Grounds
on 7th Street in the city
of Coshocton, Ohio


Ongoing Activities:
Concessions, Entertainment
Gift & Craft Show,
Amusement Rides
Friday 4-10, Sat., 11-11, Sun 11- Close

Friday Activities:
Balloon Launch, Approx 6pm*
Timothy Paul Band 7:30-9:30
Fireworks 9:30pm

Saturday Activities:
Balloon Fly-in. Approx 7am*
Up and Away 5K Run 9 am
Safety Saturday, 1-4pm
Balloon Launch, Approx, 6pm*
Phil Dirt & The Dozers Band, 7:30pm
Hot Air Balloon Night Glow 9:15pm

Gold Sponsors: Sunday Activities:

AT&T Ohio Balloon Fly-In, Approx. 7am*

Pedal Tractor Pull 12pm
*Weather Dependant
Bronze Sponsors:
•CoshoctonCountyCVB•AAAAutoClub•FrontierPropane & Much,
For More Information, Contact the Chamber of Commerce
740.622.5411 • chamberofcommerce@coshoctoncounty.net
Much More!!!
This map is divided into four Adventure Area A
• Ross • Clark • Jackson
color–coded areas A, B, C & D • Fayette • Hamilton • Meigs
• Highland • Scioto • Adams
• Pike • Vinton
Port Clinton •

• Fremont Erie

Summit Adventure Area B
Richland Ashl
d • Licking • Athens • Hocking
Wyandot Crawford
• Bucyrus
• Ashland

• Mansfield
• Wooster Stark • Franklin • Fairfield • Marion
Hardin • Marion
Holmes Carroll
• Pickaway • Delaware • Knox
Marion • Mt. Gilead
• Millersburg
Morrow • New

Logan • Mt. Vernon
• Delaware Coshocton
Adventure Area C
Delaware • Coshcoton Harrison
Champaign Licking
Miami • Newark
Muskingum Belmont
• Coshocton • Noble • Tuscarawas
• Cambridge
• Springflied Columbus

Clark Franklin • Zanesville

ery Madison
Fairfield Perry • Caldwell • Muskingum • Perry • Wayne
ntg Greene Pickaway Noble Monroe
Mo Morgan
• Guernsey • Morgan • Holmes
• Lancaster •
New Lexington

Fayette Circelville
• • Logan

Washington Hocking Washington
Butler Warren Clinton
court house

Ross• Chillicothe • Athens

Adventure Area D
Vinton Athens
Hamilton • Hillsboro

cin t Highland
mon •
Waverly Meigs
r Pike
• Jackson • Pomeroy

• Morrow • Ashland • Ottawa
• West Union
Portsmouth •
Gallia • Crawford • Erie
• Richland • Sandusky

There’s never been a better summer to get away and have some fun locally! Whether
you’re planning a trip for the day, a weekend getaway or a long, relaxing vacation, our publication can help.
These pages are filled with a tremendous variety of advertisers, events, attractions and travel information to
help in planning your summer fun. All you have to do is worry about packing.
So, take a hike, hit the beach, find a hideaway and, most of all, enjoy all there is to do in Ohio.
Please keep in mind that we have included a variety of activities and attractions to interest all ages. This in
no way reflects our endorsement, nor does the omission of any particular place or event mean we do not
recommend it to visitors. The information we have included in this publication was compiled from a wide
variety of sources. Although we have made every effort to give you current and accurate information, we
suggest that visitors should verify details before traveling.

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Fun in the Sun
doesn’t have to be far away
ABBEY ROY | CentralOhio.com

Whether you’re a football fan, history buff or music the product we have,” state tourism director Amir Eylon
junkie, you can be sure to find your niche in the said. “There’s so many great experiences.”
Buckeye State this summer. Not only that, Eylon said, but there’s the affordability
A full lineup of summer events includes everything factor: A day of fun or a weekend getaway can be just a
from the mainstream to the unique: a Banana Split couple of hours’ drive away.
Festival in Wilmington, Duct Tape Festival in Avon and “If you’re on a budget, you can have a great time and
Bucyrus Bratwurst Festival, to name a few. get a lot of value, see new experiences and learn a lot of
From small-town affairs to citywide celebrations, a things,” he said.
schedule of family-friendly events to cater to all tastes So get out the sunscreen, start drafting an agenda
should jam-pack your lazy days of summer with plenty and make a checklist of to-do’s: 2010 is sure to be a
of activity. summer to remember.
“That’s the great thing about Ohio, is the diversity of

Here are a few major events statewide,

but be sure to research the Web for a complete list of options.
Columbus history. Their Tall Ships’ information, call (937) 898-5901 year’s Hall of Famers include Russ
four-day stop at the Port of or visit www.usats.org Grimm, Rickey Jackson, Dick
Arts Festival Cleveland will be accompanied LeBeau, Floyd Little, John Randle,
Columbus, June 4-6 by live entertainment, youth Jerry Rice and Emmitt Smith.
This summer marks the 49th sailing training opportunities, Celebrate with an enshrinement
year for the Columbus Arts a maritime marketplace ceremony and concerts, fireworks
Festival, a gathering of more and, of course, tours of the and annual Balloon Classic
than 200 nationally acclaimed ships. For more information, Invitational, among others. Visit
artists who will display their call (216) 556-8637 or visit www.profootballhoffestival.com
work in the city’s Discovery www.clevelandtallships.com. for details.
District. There also are hands- Vectren Dayton Air Show
on art activities for children and
adults, a variety of cuisine, a
student art exhibition and plenty Dublin Irish Festival
of entertainment. For more Dublin, Aug. 6-8
information, call (614) 224-2606 You don’t have to be Irish to
or visit www.gcac.org. join in the festivities that will
include a full lineup of Irish
Tall Ships Festival music and dancers, plenty of food Pro Football Hall of Fame
and drink, a bagpipe showcase
Vectren Dayton and other entertainment. Also
Air Show featured will be the annual dart Photos: Ohio Tourism Division,
competition and contests for the www.DiscoverOhio.com
Dayton, July 17-18 reddest hair, most freckles and
An annual celebration in the greenest eyes. Information is
Columbus Arts Festival
Birthplace of Aviation and home
of Orville and Wilbur Wright,
available at (614) 792-7666 or
Ohio tourism
Tall Ships Festival this year’s air show will feature
a performance by the U.S. Navy
Pro Football on the Web
Cleveland, July 7-11 Blue Angels, National Aviation Hall of Fame
This festival presented by the Hall of Fame inductee Sean Enshrinement Festival discoverohio.com
Port of Cleveland and Cleveland D. Tucker, the Team Fastrax Canton, July 30 — Aug. 8 ohio.gov/tourism
Rotary Club includes between professional skydiving team
nine and 11 replica historic and more. Children also can About 700,000 pigskin fans will travelohio.com
gather at the Pro Football Hall of
vessels representing various enjoy craft time and play in the Fame for this 10-day event. This ohiotraveler.com
times in Great Lakes maritime Vectren Kids’ Hangar. For more


Adventure Area A WELCOME TO...Adventure Area A
Ross, Fayette, Highland, Pike, Clark, Hamilton, Scioto, Vinton, Jackson, Meigs, Adams

ROSS COUNTY longer musical sets from each group. It showcases the best in local
talent across Ross County and the surrounding region.
While details of this year’s performance lineup were still being
Best Bets worked out as of press time, organizers have determined ticket prices,
which ran $20 per person last year, will include everything this year,
Christoper Balusik | CentralOhio.com including a gate ticket, parking and on-site camping.
For more details as they become available, visit
www.freelyfest.net/home.cfm. The fairgrounds are located on
CHILLICOTHE PAINTS BASEBALL Fairgrounds Road just off Ohio 104 north of Chillicothe.
CHILLICOTHE — Visitors to Chillicothe on various dates
from June 3 through Aug. 7 will have the chance to see the potential AUTO RACING
major and minor league baseball stars of the future up close For those who like speed in a dirt track environment, the Ross
and personal. County area offers not one, but two race tracks that have featured
The Paints, who play in the cozy VA Memorial Stadium at races nearly every Saturday night throughout the summer.
17273 Ohio 104 just north of Chillicothe, compete in the 14-team KC Raceway, located at 2535 Blain Highway in Waverly, touts
Prospect League, a wooden bat league comprised of top college itself as “Ohio’s Fastest 3/8 Mile Dirt Track.” Its schedule throughout
baseball talent from throughout the country. For $6 general the summer features sprint cars, Advance Modifies, hobby stocks,
admission ($5 for those 55 and older or 12 and younger), visitors late models and others. Several special events are scheduled, such as
can take in a game, enjoy all the culinary trappings of the baseball the Speed Week All-Star Sprints on June 19 and the USAC Sprints
experience and have a shot at one of the many promotions offered on July 31.
throughout each game. Admission for regular events is $12 for ages 13 and older, $10 for
For a schedule, more information on the Prospect League and a senior citizens with Golden Buckeye Card, $5 for ages 6 to 12 and
look at the promotions schedule, visit www.chillicothepaints.com free for those younger than 5. Pit passes are $25.
or call (740) 773-TEAM. For more information and event schedule, visit www.kc-raceway.com.
The other area racing option, 35 Raceway, is located at 3500 Little
Creek Road in Frankfort. It bills itself as the “Fastest 1/5 Mile Dirt
Track in the Midwest.”
Much like KC Raceway, 35 Raceway features a wide array of racing
vehicles, such as Mod-Lites, four-cylinder stocks, mini sprints, mini
late models and others. It also offers several special racing nights,
such as the Pepsi Mid-Season Championships on July 3, and special
promotional events throughout the year.
General admission for regular events is $10, with children younger
than 12 admitted free with an adult.
For more information and event schedule, visit www.35raceway.com.
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Lindsay Niegelberg/file photo

Chillicothe Paints’ Ben Allen steps on second base as he turns an
unassisted double play during the second inning of a game against the
Quincy Gems.

CHILLICOTHE — In what has become a musical tradition in the
Chillicothe area, Freelyfest returns to the Ross County Fairgrounds
for a sixth straight year June 12.
The event, which takes on a festival-like atmosphere, offers a
complete afternoon and evening of music that has grown during
the years to include more performers, larger performance areas and Frank Robertson/file photo

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continued from 6 the life story of the Shawnee leader trying to defend his homeland.
Adventure Area A Performed outside in the Sugarloaf Mountain Amphitheatre, 5968
WARRIORS OF METAL FEST III Marietta Road, the production (not suitable for young children)
CHILLICOTHE — For those who enjoy a little features galloping horses, live military cannon in action and stirring
head-banging music on the weekend, the Ross County battle sequences.
Fairgrounds is the place to be June 25 and 26. To keep the historical weekend going, visitors also can tour Adena
Warriors of Metal Fest returns with its third installment Mansion and Gardens, 847 Adena Road in Chillicothe. Considered
featuring virtually non-stop music from at least two dozen a “crown jewel” among Ohio Historical Society sites, the home
bands. Among those already confirmed for this year’s of Thomas Worthington, sixth governor of Ohio and one of the
event are Cage, Icarus Witch, Jacobs Dream, Lords of state’s first U.S. senators, has been restored to look as it did in the
the Trident, Silent Aggression, Omen, Forgotten Legacy early 1800s. Visitors can tour the grounds, interact with historical
and Taunted. interpreters, enjoy special exhibits and programs and see the view
Several ticket options are available. A single-day ticket that was the inspiration for the Great Seal of the State of Ohio.
for either day is $15 purchased in advance or $20 at the Other sites of note to round out a weekend of history include
door. A two-day ticket is $25 in advance and $30 at the the Hopewell Mound Group constructed by the ancient Hopewell
door, and a two-day VIP ticket, which includes festival Indian culture; the Lucy Webb Hayes Heritage House, the restored
admission, an exclusive VIP badge, raffle entries, a signed birthplace of the wife of the 19th president of the United States,
poster, free food and drink, a goodie bag and free two-night Rutherford B. Hayes; the David Nickens Heritage Center featuring
camping is $99 while they last. local and national African-American heritage and cultural items;
For more information or to order advance tickets, visit and the Ross County Heritage Center, featuring permanent and
www.warriorsofmetalfest.com. The fairgrounds are located on special exhibits.
Fairgrounds Road just off Ohio 104 north of Chillicothe.


BAINBRIDGE — For those who enjoy outdoor family theater, • “Tecumseh!”
Magic Waters Theater on Cave Road near Bainbridge enters its The production runs at 8 p.m. Mondays through Saturdays
28th year of summer performances. June 11 through Sept. 4 in the Sugarloaf Mountain Amphitheatre,
5968 Marietta Road, Chillicothe. Cost is $22.95 for adults and
The tentative schedule for this summer includes: $15.95 for children 10 and younger.
• Religious drama “Consider the Lilies”: June 11-13 For more on the show, visit www.tecumsehdrama.com.
• Thriller “Sherlock Holmes’ American Cousin in the Adventure
of the Walking Corpse”: June 18-20, 25-27 and July 9-11 • Adena Mansion & Gardens
• Modern adaptation of “Hansel and Gretel”: The site at 847 Adena Road is open 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
July 16-18, 23-25, 30-31 and Aug. 1 Wednesdays through Saturdays and noon to 5 p.m. Sundays
• Unique adaptation of William Shakespeare’s “Hamlet”: throughout the summer, except for July 4. Admission is $8 for
Aug. 13-15, 20-22 and 27-29 adults, $4 for children 6 through 12 and free for children 5 and
Admission is $7 for adults, $4 for senior citizens and $3.50 younger and Ohio Historical Society members.
for children. Season tickets can be purchased by adults for $20, For more information, visit
seniors for $12 and children for $10. ohsweb.ohiohistory.org/places/sw01/index.shtml.
Pre-show dinners also are served one hour prior to show time to
those who request them in advance. Cost of dinners is $7.95 for
adults and $6.95 for children.
For more information, visit www.highland-ohio.com/magicwaters.

Christoper Balusik | CentralOhio.com

CHILLICOTHE — Chillicothe and Ross County have long

celebrated their historical status as the seat of Ohio’s statehood.
Now, the multitude of historic tourist sites and attractions
are banding together from a marketing and tourism planning
perspective to encourage weekend getaway visitors to share in the
first capital’s heritage.
Part of that heritage, the outdoor drama “Tecumseh!,” already
is known to many who enjoy live stage performances and living File photo
history. First performed 37 years ago and running throughout Actors rehearse a scene from the outdoor drama “Tecumseh!” during the 2006
every summer since, more than 2.4 million visitors have seen season at Sugarloaf Mountain.

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Christoper Balusik | CentralOhio.com

MASON — When it comes to family fun during the warm weather

months in the Cincinnati area, no discussion is complete without a
mention of Kings Island in nearby Mason.
This year, families will find something new for the little ones
as the award-winning Nickelodeon Universe children’s area has
been converted to Planet Snoopy. The conversion gives fresh looks

to familiar rides and offers a fresh slate of live entertainment for
children. On Planet Snoopy’s outskirts, families can check out a
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Marina views
Full Hookups Sept.
Very low rates 4th and 5th
(Labor Day Weekend)
Free wi-fi
Bait & tackle
“Everything you need for a great day at the lake!”
Open all year

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www.rockyforkparks.com • Sunflower Contest • Biggest Watermelon Contest

(937) 393–3119 Famous Sunflower Show and Grand Parade (Centrally Located)
Rocky Fork Lake
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Ross County Fair
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Adventure Area A new Boo Blasters on Boo Hill attraction that can be
experienced in 3-D. Christoper Balusik | CentralOhio.com
The park also features plenty for adults, including
a bevy of roller coasters headlined by the one-year-old CHILLICOTHE — Ross County residents celebrate most of their
Diamondback, games, live shows, plenty of food options major festivals in the late spring and early fall.
and a water park included with the price of admission. That only whets their appetite for the real showcase event of the
For discounts on single-day, two-day and season pass summer, the Ross County Fair.
admissions, visit www.visitkingsisland.com. The agricultural heritage of the region is on display during the
Also located at the same exit off Interstate 71 as fair, with 4-H competitions, a Junior Fair Night of fun activities and
Kings Island is The Beach water park. The park boasts plenty of animals available for viewing. But for those who might
all the trappings associated with wet summer fun, consider visiting from outside the area, the fair offers plenty more.
including water slides, sand volleyball courts, raft rides, Those who want to immerse themselves in the total fair
a wave pool and others. For more information, visit experience often choose to join the small city of campers that ring
thebeachwaterpark.com. the fairgrounds in the 1,100 available campsites throughout the
week. The campsites fill quickly, so those interested in checking
availability can call (740) 775-5083.
Once inside the fairgrounds, visitors can expect to find a
wide range of experiences for all ages. Children will enjoy an
extensive midway, which normally includes a free ride period
during one of the afternoons during the week, and other activities,
including a traditional visit from representatives of the Columbus
Blue Jackets.
Local talent, including music, dance and other skills, is on
display throughout the fairgrounds; special events such as concerts,
a demolition derby, harness racing and others grace the grandstand;
and, of course, there’s plenty of fair food to be had.
The event comes the week after the Pike County Fair, Aug. 1-7,
at the fairgrounds just off U.S. 23 in Piketon, offering its own brand
of family fair fun.

What: Ross County Fair
When: Aug. 8-14
Where: Ross County Fairgrounds, Fairgrounds Road just off
Submitted photo
Ohio 104 north of Chillicothe
Cost: Daily admission is $4, with a season ticket costing

Other popular Cincinnati-

$20. Additional fees may be charged for special
grandstand concerts and events.
FYI: www.rosscountyfair.com
area attractions include:
With a full slate of animals, exhibits and special
events, it recently was rated a top Cincinnati-area
attraction and one of the top zoos in the nation.
Located at 3400 Vine St. www.cincinnatizoo.org.


In addition to live Major League Baseball, fans can
experience stunning city views from Great American Ballpark.

Located just across the Ohio River from Great American
Ballpark in Newport, Ky., the aquarium showcases thousands of
water-based animals from across the world in unique displays. Lindsay Niegelberg/file photo
www.newportaquarium.com. Ross County Fair attendees pet the Calf Scramble Grand Champion in the
Row of Champions.

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Corner of Paint & Water Streets
740-779-9522 We have expanded
Mon-Wed 10am-5:30pm • Thur 10am-8pm
Fri-Sat 10am-5:30pm • Sun 12-4pm
Ivy’s to include a
NEW Ladies Boutique!

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Pickaway County!
Summer Events and Festivals
www.pickaway.com - 888-770-PICK

Plan a visit soon to Pickaway County, the “Pick June-September PICKAWAY FARMERS’ MARKET (Downtown Circleville)
Every Saturday morning, buy fresh produce, herbs, honey, and healthy items from local farmers
of Ohio”. Our region offers unique and interesting
and growers.
attractions and is the home of the world famous
“Circleville Pumpkin Show” held annually in mid- June-September PICKAWAY FLEA MARKET (Pickaway County Fairgrounds)
October. Held the first Saturday-Sunday of each month, this giant flea market draws
crowds from the entire region.
Your first stop should always be the Pickaway
County Welcome Center, where you will find maps June 2, 3, 4, 5 DEERCREEK DAM DAYS FESTIVAL – (Williamsport)
and brochures from area attractions, as well as Four delightful days of family fun, with a super midway, arts, crafts, flea market, rides and
games for all ages, and lots of good food, all with moderate prices. Three big parades, includ-
unique gifts, displays, and presentations that ing the Queens’ parade on Saturday at 4:30 p.m.
highlight the region. The Welcome Center also
sells works from area artists, authors and musi- June 9, 10, 11, 12 COMMERCIAL POINT HOMECOMING FESTIVAL
(Commercial Point)
cians from Pickaway County. Free wireless access This festival features a midway packed with rides, games, great food, free square dancing, and
is available in the comfortable lobby area. beauty pageants. Come watch spectacular FIREWORKS on Friday night and the Grand Parade
Pickaway County offers outstanding lodging fa- on Saturday at 11:00 a.m.
cilities, a variety of fine dining choices and an ar- June 12 & 13 PICKAWAY HERITAGE & ANTIQUE TRACTOR FESTIVAL
ray of independently owned retail establishments (Pickaway Fairgrounds, Circleville)
offering personal service and one-of-a-kind, high- This unique festival features a square dancing tractor show, a large farm toy show, heritage
quality merchandise. demonstrations, antique tractors and farming equipment, live music, food, and a spectacular
There are wonderful recreational facilities in our tractor parade through downtown Circleville.
county that feature walking trails, hunting, fishing June 12-13 GARDEN GALA TOUR (various locations)
and boating opportunities. We also have a number Visit a number of fine residential gardens in Circleville, and enjoy appetizers and live music
of fine golf courses to choose from. at various sites along the tour. Cost is $8 advance, $10 day of; begin tour at Trinity Lutheran
Plan to visit our interesting museums and his- Biblical Garden, 135 E. Mound St, Circleville.
toric sights. Pickaway County also has a rich agri- June 19- 27 PICKAWAY COUNTY FAIR (Pickaway Fairgrounds, Circleville)
cultural heritage. Throughout the county, you will Enjoy a variety of grandstand events such as the Demolition Derby, Truck & Tractor Pulls, Motor
find farm markets selling fresh produce. cross, & Harness Racing. Spend all day on the amusement rides and watching 4-H and FFA
members proudly display their projects.
Our area hosts a variety of festivals and special
events every year. A number of exhibits and ac- June 17 THIRD THURSDAY EVENT SERIES:PICKAWAY PICNIC
tivities will help celebrate the bicentennial of Pick- (Downtown Circleville)
From 5-9 pm, area restaurants offer favorite “picnic foods” including burgers, brats, and straw-
away County and Circleville this year. A brand new
berry shortcake. Live music is performed on the outdoor entertainment stage. Cold brews and
Bicentennial Mural is being created by acclaimed a variety of beverages are available.
muralist Eric Henn this summer to celebrate this
June 30, July 1- 4 ASHVILLE 4TH OF JULY CELEBRATION (Downtown Ashville)
milestone in our history.
Celebrate Independence Day at one of Ohio’s oldest and largest community celebrations with
A complete listing of our attractions and plac- parades, crafts, food, live music, and a large midway. This event concludes with a fantastic
es to visit can be found on our website at www. fireworks display at 10 pm on July 4.
pickaway.com or by calling us at 888-770-PICK
(7245).We look forward to your visit and know that (Downtown Circleville)
you will discover why we are “The Pick of Ohio!” From 5-9 pm, the air is filled with the smells of BBQ and all the fixins’ from area restaurants.
Blues music is performed on the outdoor entertainment stage, and cold brews and a variety of

beverages are available.

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Aug. 1,8,15,22,29 Sept 5 GAZEBO GATHERINGS (Ashville Village Park)
Beginning at 5 pm on consecutive Sundays, this music series features the best bands in the area in the beautiful
Village Park in historic Ashville. Free admission.
Aug. 14 & 15 COMMERCIAL POINT GRAND PRIX OF KARTING (Downtown Commercial Point)
Both karters and fans will enjoy one of the few remaining street karting races in America. The 6 turn 1/2 mile course
winds through the historic streets of Commercial Point and speeds can reach 75 MPH.
This festival features food, rides, queens’ contests, parades and music. Open in the evenings and all day Saturday.
Held from 5-9 pm, this event features area restaurants serving up samples of the best items off their menus. Live
music is performed on the outdoor entertainment stage. Cold brews and a variety of beverages are available.
Sept. 2-4 GOODTIME QUILTERS SHOW (Trinity Lutheran Church, 135 E. Mound St,
One of the largest quilt shows in this region draws large crowds to view the intricate creations of the talented quilters of
the Goodtime Quilters Guild.
Sept. 11 & 12 GREEN’S FARM HERITAGE DAYS (Green’s Heritage Museum, Orient)
Featured on the History Channel’s American Pickers, this festival has heritage demonstrations, food, tours of
the Heritage Museum, and live music.

Simply Circleville)
From 5-9 pm, area pizzerias compete for the People’s Choice and the Celebrity Judges Awards. Live music is
performed on the outdoor entertainment stage. Cold brews and a variety of beverages are available.

Dancing Sept. 18 ARTS AND CRAFTS FAIR (Downtown Circleville)

Craft vendors fill the sidewalks with quality hand crafted items and unique art.
(Ohio & Erie Park
Dance Studio Shelter House)

Trails, music and good food
will be showcased during this
107 N. Court St. Bicentennial presentation at the
740-420-9405 Locally
Loca lly Owned
Owned &
207 W. Main St. Circleville, OH 4113 Ohio-Erie Canal Park sponsored
by the Pickaway County
www.simplydancing.net 151 W. Main St., Circleville, OH. Historical Society.

Pickaway Manor Community 2010 Pickaway County Fair

Located in historic Circleville, Ohio, Pickaway Manor 391 Clark Dr.
offers you or your loved one a variety of lifestyle Circleville, Oh. 43113
options, including independent living, assisted living,
skilled nursing and long-term care. 740-474-6036 June 19th - 26th
What's more, comprehensive nursing and rehabilitation
services are provided in the serene and private setting
of The Renaissance Rehabilitation Center. By offering Saturday, June 19 & 1-5 pm Mark Wood Fun Show
these different levels of care, you have the opportunity Sunday, June 20 (Midway Stage @ 4:30)
to move from one type of care to another, as your 1:00 pm Harness Racing (Grandstand) 7:30 pm Motorcross (Grandstand)
medical needs change, without leaving the facility or 7:30 pm Christina Barth & Oho Youth
interrupting the person-centered overall care you’ll Free Admission
Entertainment Stage Show

receive at Pickaway Manor.

(Midway Stage)
Monday, June 21
Facility Facts Jr. Fairboard Cancer Awareness Day Sunday, June 20
• Established in 1969 • 23 assisted living suites 7:30 pm Combine Derby (Grandstand) 6:00 pm Fun Bunch (Midway Stage)
• 100 nursing beds • 45 independent living apartments Between Events 7:00 pm J.D. Equipment Tractor Pull
• Private & semi-private rooms available • 1 & 2 bedroom independent living apartments available Square Dancing Tractors
• 12-bed Renaissance Rehabilitation Center featuring (Grandstand) Garden Tractor Pull
• Medicare, medicaid & private insurance accepted 7:30 pm Gray Fox Commercial
all private rooms 7:30 pm Rare Form (Midway Stage)
Sound (Midway Stage)
Friday, June 25
Visit Our Monday, June 21 7:00 pm Coughlin Truck Pull
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• Hand Made Chocolate 7:30 pm Slant Seven Rodeo Saturday, June 26
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• Brittles & Fudge 6:00 pm Teays River Cloggers (Midway Stage)
• Pastel Coatings (Midway Stage) 6:00 pm Dynamite Demolition Derby
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What: Hocking Hills State Park
When: Year-round
Where: South of Logan
LOGAN — If you’re looking to escape into nature for a while, look Cost: Free
no further than southeast Ohio’s Hocking Hills. FYI: www.1800hocking.com/ohiostateparkhockinghills,
Located in the heart of the Wayne National Forest, Hocking www.friendsofhockinghills.org
Hills State Park has half a dozen distinct regions offering or www.dnr.state.oh.us/parks/tabid/743/default.aspx
spectacular views of cliffs, gorges and waterfalls in the
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foothills of the Appalachians. The park includes a seasonal

dining lodge, public swimming pool, campground, picnic
area, rental cottages and shelter houses.
Hiking trails provide easy access to Old Man’s Cave,
a natural gorge carved through the forest, as well as Cedar
Falls, Ash Cave, Rock House and Cantwell Cliffs. Lake
Logan State Park provides a great fishing opportunity, and
Clear Creek Metro Park gives a glimpse into an array of
ecosystems that result from past climate patterns and geologic
events. More adventurous hikers can try the clifftop trail of
Conkle’s Hollow.
The park boasts the largest natural bridge in the state in
Rockbridge State Nature Preserve, a span more than 100
feet long. Cedar Falls provides a great view of a cascading
waterfall, and Ash Cave has a 90-foot misty waterfall.
Much of the park is fully wheelchair accessible. A wide variety
of stores and restaurants can be found around the region, as well.
Another popular option is the Zipline Canopy Tour available
through Hocking Hills Canopy Tours. For a cost starting at $85,
participants go on a three-hour tour of the hills, including zipping
through the treetops on cables and using skybridges high above the
forest floor. For more information, visit the company’s website at www.

Ty Wright/file photo
A zip liner is silhouetted against the sky while flying through an open section Ty Wright/file photo
of the canopy at the Hocking Hills Canopy Tour course. Some of the stops Members of a tour group cross over a gully on a rope bridge through the
reach up to 70 feet. canopy of trees to their next stop on the tour.

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CANAL WINCHESTER — Music and ribs lovers can get their fix
of both during an annual festival in a new location.
The annual Blues & Ribfest moves to downtown Canal Winchester
after a run as the Pickerington Jazz, Blues and Ribfest. The relocated
festival will take place Aug. 6-7.
The two-day festival features live blues music, world-class ribs and
other food options, locally crafted items and art, and a beer garden.
The festival will run 5 to 11 p.m. Aug. 6 and 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Aug.
7. Admission is free.
For more information, visit www.bluesandribfest.com.


PICKERINGTON — If you’re looking for a little fun to shake off
the midsummer heat, check out the 13th annual Pickerington Violet
Festival at Victory Park.
The four-day festival runs July 28-31 and features live entertainment,
carnival rides and games, food vendors, a beer garden, a parade, and
a car and bike show. A 2-mile race, the Downtown Dash, also will
take place.
In past years, a variety of musical acts were booked to perform.
The 2010 lineup wasn’t available at press time.
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• 70+ Area Artists • 30 Acres of
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• Plant Sales • O.S.U. Master
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• Entertainment • Special Tours for


Persons with Disabilities

and more!
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LICKING COUNTY photography and jewelry. There also will be live entertainment, food
and a hands-on art project for all ages.
A wine festival will take place during the event — from 1 to 5 p.m.
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For more information, visit www.granvilleartaffair.com. The Bryn
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Du Mansion is located at 537 Jones Road, Granville.


NEWARK — Enjoy the sweet taste of summer at the 27th annual NEWARK — In its 13th year, the Newark Jazz and Ribs Festival will
Newark Strawberry Festival from June 4-6 on the Licking County bring hot ribs and cool beats to The Licking County Courthouse Square
Courthouse Square in downtown Newark. in downtown Newark on July 10.
Sponsored by the Newark Kiwanis Club, the weekend event will Local restaurants, vendors and church groups will compete for the
include rides and games, crafts and, of course, tasty treats. Festival title of best ribs in Licking County. Live jazz groups will perform in the
hours are: 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. June 4 and 5; and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. gazebo throughout the night. The event is scheduled for noon to 8 p.m.
June 6. More than 5,000 people come to Newark every year for the taste of
The Kiwanis Club will serve its famous strawberry shortcake ribs and the sounds of saxophones.
with fresh berries, ice cream and whipped cream. Those who attend the swinging event can help support some cool
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Licking County girls will compete in the Strawberry cats and dogs. Proceeds from the festival are donated to Licking County
Pageant in the hopes of being crowned Miss Strawberry. Humane Society.
The Simba Jordan Band, Cezar’s Ghost and The Variations
are just a few of the bands that will perform at this THE WORKS
year’s festival. NEWARK — The Works is a museum of Ohio history, art and
Visit www.newarkstrawberryfestival.com for technology that incorporates its core STEM values — science,
more information. technology, engineering and math — into all its programs.
With programs and classes designed to appeal to a wide range of
ages, the Works features an interactive learning center with rotating
science and technology exhibits, art displays and historical lectures.
The Works’ affiliation with the Smithsonian Institution and
membership in the Association of Science-Technology Centers allow
it to host traveling exhibits and resources from the Smithsonian
Institution, in addition to offering its members free general admission
to more than 280 Science & Technology museums around the world.
Summer events include:
• Music in the Courtyard concert series: 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.
June 4, July 9 and Aug. 6
• Summer camps: Various dates in June, July and August
• Hands-on activity labs, science theater and historical exhibits
• Art galleries: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesdays-Saturdays
• Glassblowing demonstrations: 1 to 3 p.m. weekdays
• Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday; Admission is $3 for ages
2 to 17; $7 for ages 18 to 54; $5 for ages 55 and older
For more information, call The Works at (740) 349-9277 or visit
www.attheworks.org. The Works is located at 55 S. First St., Newark.


NEWARK — The Weathervane Playhouse, Ohio’s oldest summer
stock theater, kicked off the first phase of a $2 million renovation in
March that will allow the theater to extend its offerings beyond the
summer season.
The new plan includes addition of climate control, expanded audio
capacity and lighting and structural additions.
The theater offers acting workshops in addition to its varied lineup
Michael Lehmkuhle/file photo
of performances.
Newark Strawberry Festival goers enjoy the slide. This season’s lineup includes:
• “My Fair Lady”: May 20-June 12
GRANVILLE ART AFFAIR • “The Miracle Worker”: June 3-26
GRANVILLE­ — The Granville Art Affair is back, bringing 100 • “The Producers”: June 17-July 10
artists to the lawn of the Bryn Du Mansion on June 12 and 13. • “Alice in Wonderland”: July 1-24
After a successful first year in 2009, the event’s organizers expanded • “Hairspray”: July 15-Aug. 7
the art festival, making it a two-day event. Festival hours are: 10 a.m. For more information, call (740) 366-4616 or visit
to 6:30 p.m. June 12; and 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. June 13. www.weathervaneplayhouse.org. The Weathervane Playhouse is
Vendors will sell a variety of art including watercolors, pastels, located at 100 Price Road, Newark.

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MARION COUNTY The museum is open 1 to 4 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday.
Admission is $4 for adults, $3 for seniors and $1.50 for children.
Call (740) 387-HALL or visit www.marionhistory.com for
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MARION — The Harding Home and Museum, 380 Mount
Vernon Ave., is where Warren G. Harding, America’s 29th president,
ROCK-N-RIBS FESTIVAL launched himself into the White House in 1920 with his “front porch”
MARION — The fifth annual Rock-n-Ribs Festival features campaign.
food, music and a classic car show Aug. 7 on the grounds of This restored Victorian home was built in 1891 and contains almost
the Ohio State University at Marion/Marion Technical College all original furnishings owned by President Warren G. Harding and
Campus, 1465 Mount Vernon Ave. his wife, Florence.
This event is sponsored by the U.S. Open Commission and Admission is $6 for adults, $5 for seniors, and $3 for children
features live musical performances all day and a barbecue rib burn- ages 6 to 12. Tours are offered noon to 5 p.m. Wednesday
off with area restaurants and caterers competing for prize through Sunday.
money and bragging rights. Also visit the Harding Memorial a few blocks away at the corner of
Admission is $5 per person, and plenty of ribs and
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Delaware Avenue and Vernon Heights Boulevard, where the president

other food items will be available for purchase, along with and his wife have been laid to rest. The memorial was built through
adult beverages. All proceeds are used to support music pennies collected by school children and as a tribute to Marion’s own
opportunities for children throughout the Marion area. president of the United States.
For more event information, call the campus at (740) For more information, call (740) 387-9630 or (800) 600-6894 or
389-6786 or co-sponsoring WDCM Radio at (740) 383- visit www.hardinghome.org.
4550 or visit www.rocknribsmarion.com.
A classic car show also is on the schedule. Favorite
25 Awards will go to the sponsors’ choices, and there
is a $2 discount on the $10 entry fee if registered
before July 10. Fee includes Rock-n-Ribs event entry.
Call (740) 361-0812, or e-mail belair1956@embarqmail.com
for car show information.


WALDO — The Heart of Ohio Tailwinds Club of Marion
hosts its 27th HOT Tamale Bicycle Tour on June 5.
The ride, which covers country roads in the Olentangy River area,
attracted 600 riders in 2009. Routes are 8, 16, 32 or 64 miles.
Registration starts at 7 a.m.; start time is 8 to 9 a.m. The starting
point is Waldo Community Park, located between Delaware and
Marion on U.S. 23 in Waldo.
The entry fee is $12 for anyone 11 or older, with a maximum of
$40 per family. Children 10 and younger are free. Children 17 and
younger must be accompanied by an adult.
Homemade cookies will be featured. Event T-shirts are available,
including child-sized. Support vehicles are provided. Bill Sinden/file photo
Call (740) 382-9952 or visit www.hot-tamale.org for
more information. MARION COUNTY FAIR
MARION — This year marks the 160th edition of the Marion
MARION — Heritage Hall, the Marion County Historical
All events and attractions are June 28 to July 4 at the county fairgrounds
Society’s museum at 169 E. Church St., is a 1910 federal post
at 220 E. Fairground St.
office renovated for use as a museum.
Harness racing is at 5:30 p.m. June 28. The 7:30 p.m. grandstand
Inside this Marion landmark, you’ll find three museums in one
entertainment each remaining night through July 3 features tough trucks,
with Marion’s history, Warren G. Harding history and the Wyandot
motocross, rodeo, OSTPA tractor pull, and demo derby, respectively.
Popcorn Museum collection of restored popcorn machines.
Buildings feature displays of 4-H projects, floral displays, vegetables
Various special exhibits are dedicated to local history, such as
and fine wood projects, along with midway rides and music.
the Oorang Indians of LaRue and Jim Thorpe. Special events this
Admission is $6; children 10 and younger are admitted free. Ride
summer include the pre-1950 Historic Car and Truck Show from
tickets are $1 each; kiddie rides are two tickets and major rides are three.
10 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 26, being hosted in conjunction with the
Unlimited all-day pass is $12; grandstand is $5; pit passes are $10.
Celebrate Summer show in downtown Marion that features fine
Fireworks are planned for 10 p.m. July 4.
arts and craft vendors, a hobby show, kid’s activities, great food,
Call (740) 382-2558 or visit www.marioncountyfairgrounds.com for
free entertainment and free general admission.
more information.
Heritage Hall’s temporary exhibit this summer is “Inventors,
Entrepreneurs and Merchants: Doing Business in Marion.”

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LANCASTER — Music and the arts will be celebrated once again

throughout Lancaster in late July.
For 10 days, the music of the Lancaster Festival Orchestra and
various other acts will permeate the city, joined by art festivals, an
orchestra, ballet, antique show and plenty more.
The Lancaster Festival kicks off July 22 with an opening night
performance of the Lancaster Festival Orchestra, featuring Olga
Kern, at St. Mary Church.
Events will be scattered throughout the city, including concerts
each Saturday and the Journey tribute band Frontiers on Wednesday.
The main acts for the Saturday concerts have not been announced
yet, but past shows have featured the likes of Aretha Franklin, Kathy
Mattea, Kenny Loggins, The Pointer Sisters, The Temptations and
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Peter Cetera.
The Festival Orchestra itself features members from all across
the world and once again will be led by renowned conductor
Gary Sheldon. Sheldon conducted the San Francisco Ballet at the
Bill Sinden/file photo
Kennedy Center and played piano for and conducted the Palm Beach
Tyler Foight, of Marion, plays a round of disc golf at
Sawyer-Ludwig Park in Marion.
Symphony Pops and Festival this year.
The schedule features a Jazz Divas Night, a Chamber Orchestra
night, a Celtic music concert, a pops orchestra, an antique show and
2010 PDGA AMATEUR sale, an art walk and a festival fair day.
The Lancaster Festival provides a great opportunity to escape for
DISC GOLF WORLD a few days, see the picturesque city and take in the tunes of your
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What: Lancaster Festival
When: July 22-31
MARION — Mid Ohio Organized Disc Golf, with the help of Where: Various locations in Lancaster
surrounding disc golf courses in Crawford, Delaware, Wyandot FYI: www.lanfest.org
and Seneca counties, is bringing the 2010 PDGA Amateur Disc
Golf World Championships to central Ohio.
The Ohio State University at Marion/Marion Technical College
campus, 1465 Mount Vernon Ave., will be the central headquarters
site for the event, June 27-July 3. More than 700 disc golfers from
the U.S. and several other countries are expected to participate.
Competitors in junior divisions (age 6) to advanced legends (70
and older) will vie for world titles. The putting, distance, mini-
golf and skill shot competitions and the featured final nine of the
tournament all will be at the OSUM/MTC campus.
Only amateur members of the PDGA in good standing are
eligible. Details about divisions and qualifying can be found at

What: 2010 PDGA Amateur Disc Golf World
When: June 27-July 3
Where: Ohio State University at Marion/Marion
Technical College campus, 1465 Mount
Vernon Ave., Marion
FYI: Call Ken Rollins, tournament director, at (740) 815-5899 or
the Marion Area Visitors and Convention Bureau at Ty Wright/file photo
(740) 389-9770. Visit www.pdga.com or e-mail A large crowd gathers to watch Lee Ann Womack perform live at Ohio
moodgolf@yahoo.com for more information about disc golf. University-Lancaster Wendel Concert Stage for the final concert of the 25th
anniversary of The Lancaster Festival.

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HEBRON — The biggest event of the summer is coming

Aug. 13-15 to National Trail Raceway with the 30th annual
Mopar Nationals.
This event attracts 50,000 people from across the country and
around the world as they journey here to see classic Chrysler cars
cruise, drag race, show as well as find new, used and reproduced
parts to restore the older vehicles.
“It is our largest event,” said Mike Fornataro, sales and marketing
manager at NTR. “It’s pretty epic. It’s the largest single-make event
in the world.”
This year’s theme is 30th High School Reunion, said Jim Bielenda,
president of Mopar Nationals. New for this year, the traditional
Mopar cruise on Saturday night from 30th Street in Heath up Ohio
79 now will expand and travel farther to West Main Street and then
on to the Licking County Courthouse Square in downtown Newark.
The new 3.5-mile route will take the old Chrysler muscle cars
cruising into Newark’s new Music and Wings Festival, which will Matthew Berry/file photo
feature Gary Lewis and the Playboys performing. A car leaves the ground and the line as races begin during the Mopar
Nationals at National Trail Raceway in Hebron.
“It’s kinda like a Woodstock thing. It means three days of no
sleep,” Bielenda said. “That will allow the cruise distance to be
longer, so hopefully it will not be so congested.”

What: 30th annual Mopar Nationals
When: Aug. 13-15
Where: National Trail Raceway, 2650 National Road SW, Hebron
Cost: $20 per day, $30 for a two-day pass or
$40 for a three-day pass
FYI: (740) 928-5706 or www.nationaltrailraceway.com

What: Newark Music and Wings Festival

When: 4 to 11 p.m. Aug. 13; 2 to 11 p.m. Aug. 14
Where: Licking County Courthouse Square, Newark
Cost: Free
FYI: (740) 670-7788 or cjackson@newarkohio.net
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Journey through the gates and follow the
Decorated with antiques from general
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stores of old, this delightful shop earns
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2010 Ohio Fair SchedulE
Week of June 13 Knox County Fair (Mount Vernon): July 24-31 Hamilton County Fair (Carthage): Aug. 10-14
Paulding County Fair (Paulding): June 14-19 Summit County Fair (Tallmadge): July 24-Aug. 1 Ashtabula County Fair (Jefferson): Aug. 10-15
Pickaway County Fair (Circleville): June 19-26 Erie County Fair (Sandusky): Aug. 10-15
Week of July 25 Henry County Fair (Napoleon): Aug. 13-19
Week of June 20 Butler County Fair (Hamilton): July 25-31 Mercer County Fair (Celina): Aug. 13-19
Putnam County Fair (Ottawa): June 22-27 Clermont County Fair (Owensville): July 25-31 Miami County Fair (Troy): Aug. 13-19
Shelby County Fair (Sidney): July 25-31
Week of June 27 Vinton County Fair (McArthur): July 25-31 Week of Aug. 15
Marion County Fair (Marion): June 28-July 4 Seneca County Fair (Tiffin): July 25-Aug. 1 Muskingum County Fair (Zanesville): Aug. 15-21
Trumbull County Fair (Cortland): June 29-July 4 Union County Fair (Marysville): July 25-Aug. 1 Holmes County Fair (Millersburg): Aug. 16-21
Lucas County Fair (Maumee): July 27-Aug. 1 Huron County Fair (Norwalk): Aug. 16-21
Ohio State Fair (Columbus): July 28 - Aug. 8 Meigs County Fair (Pomeroy): Aug. 16-21
Week of July 4 Pike County Fair (Piketon): July 30-Aug. 7 Jefferson County Fair (Smithfield): Aug. 17-22
Harrison County Fair (Cadiz): July 6-10
Preble County Fair (Eaton): July 31-Aug. 7 Lake County Fair (Painesville): Aug. 17-22
Clinton County Fair (Wilmington): July 10-17
Lawrence County Fair (Proctorville): July 10-17 Allen County Fair (Lima): Aug. 20-28
Madison County Fair (London): July 10-17 Week of Aug. 1 Darke County Fair (Greenville): Aug. 20-28
Auglaize County Fair (Wapakoneta): Aug. 1-7 Defiance County Fair (Hicksville): Aug. 21-28
Greene County Fair (Xenia): Aug. 1-7
Week of July 11 Gallia County Fair (Gallipolis): Aug. 2-7 Week of Aug. 22
Logan County Fair (Bellefontaine): July 13-18
Medina County Fair (Medina): Aug. 2-8 Monroe County Fair (Woodsfield): Aug. 23-28
Jackson County Fair (Wellston): July 16-24
Columbiana County Fair (Lisbon): Aug. 2-8 Lorain County Fair (Wellington): Aug. 23-29
Franklin County Fair (Hilliard): July 17-24
Wood County Fair (Bowling Green): Aug. 3-9 Portage County Fair (Randolph): Aug. 24-29
Champaign County Fair (Urbana): Aug. 6-13 Sandusky County Fair (Fremont): Aug. 24-29
Week of July 18 Athens County Fair (Athens): Aug. 6-14
Adams County Fair (West Union): July 18-24
Crawford County Fair (Bucyrus): July 18-24
Ross County Fair (Chillicothe): Aug. 7-14 Week of Aug. 29
Fayette County Fair (Washington Court House): July 19-24 Noble County Fair (Caldwell): Aug. 30-Sept. 4
Perry County Fair (New Lexington): July 19-24
Week of Aug. 8 Morrow County Fair (Mount Gilead): Aug. 30- Sept. 6
Hartford Independent Fair (Licking County): Aug. 8-14 Stark County Fair (Canton): Aug. 31-Sept. 6
Warren County Fair (Lebanon): July 19-24
Richland County Fair (Mansfield): Aug. 8-14 Hancock County Fair (Findlay): Sept. 1-6
Ottawa County Fair (Oak Harbor): July 19-25
Scioto County Fair (Lucasville): Aug. 9-14 Mahoning County Fair (Canfield): Sept. 1-6
Carroll County Fair (Carrollton): July 20-25
Cuyahoga County Fair (Berea): Aug. 9-15 Montgomery County Fair (Dayton): Sept. 1-6
Clark County Fair (Springfield): July 23-30
Attica Independent Fair (Seneca County): Aug. 10-14 Richwood Independent Fair (Union County): Sept. 1-6
Van Wert County Fair (Van Wert): Sept. 1-8
Geauga County Fair (Burton): Sept. 2-6
Fulton County Fair (Wauseon): Sept. 3-9
Washington County Fair (Marietta): Sept. 4-7
Highland County Fair (Hillsboro): Sept. 4-11

Week of Sept. 5
Morgan County Fair (McConnelsville): Sept. 7-11
Hardin County Fair (Kenton): Sept. 7-12
Belmont County Fair (St. Clairsville): Sept. 7-12
Albany Independent Fair (Athens County): Sept. 8-12
Wayne County Fair (Wooster): Sept. 11-16
Williams County Fair (Montpelier): Sept. 11-18

Week of Sept. 12
Hocking County Fair (Logan): Sept. 13-18
Guernsey County Fair (Old Washington): Sept. 13-19
Wyandot County Fair (Upper Sandusky): Sept. 14-19
Bellville Independent Fair (Richland County): Sept. 15-18
Delaware County Fair (Delaware): Sept. 18-25

Week of Sept. 19
Ashland County Fair (Ashland): Sept. 19-25
Tuscarawas County Fair (Dover): Sept. 20-26
Barlow Independent Fair (Washington County): Sept. 23-26

Week of Sept. 26
Brown County Fair (Georgetown): Sept. 27-Oct. 2
Coshocton County Fair (Coshocton): Oct. 1-7

Week of Oct. 3
Loudonville Independent Fair (Ashland County): Oct. 5-9

Week of Oct. 10
Fairfield County Fair (Lancaster): Oct. 10-16

Source: Ohio Department of Agriculture,

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A number of family-friendly events offer entertainment and activities, music, food and dance from the heart of
activities specifically for the younger set, while others — Latin America.
such as the North Market Food & Ohio Wine Festival — When: 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Aug. 14-15
are geared toward adults. Where: Genoa Park, Washington Boulevard, Columbus
Adventure Area B

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When: 3 to 11 p.m. June 18; 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. June 19
Where: Goodale Park, corner of Goodale Boulevard and Park
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Cost: $5 donation and dance from the heart of Latin America.
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What: This evening of fun, food and fireworks celebrates its
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When: 7 to 10 p.m. July 9; noon to 7 p.m. July 10; 1 to 6 p.m.
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Where: North Market, 59 Spruce St., Columbus
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and blue basket with special star tack jackets, have a Longaberger family
member sign your basket, and play Basket I-N-G-O (18 and older) or Kid
BEST BETS carol kinsey | CentralOhio.com Correspondent
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A free Summertime Stripe oversized beach tote bag will be offered to
those with total purchases of $250 from the Longaberger Homestead, the
Factory Store or The Patio Shops. A free commemorative T-shirt will be
given each event day while supplies last. T-shirts can be picked up at the
GUS MACKER Welcome Center or Factory Store.
ZANESVILLE — The 14th annual Gus Macker 3 on 3 basketball Visit www.longaberger.com for more information.
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contest, entertainment and non-food vendors. July 14. This event is a good chance to see family, friends, attractions,
Gus Macker is a national event that originated in Greenville, local artists and enjoy musical entertainment.
Michigan, 35 years ago. Zanesville’s Gus Macker is the largest in While there will be food, the main reason for this event is to experience
the state, and fourth-largest in the nation. Last year, it hosted more Zanesville and Muskingum County businesses and attractions. Ample
than 600 teams. parking will be available, and visitors who arrive via the Muskingum
For more information, visit www.macker.com. River are encouraged to park their boats at Zane’s Landing Park.
Check out visitzanesville.com for more information.

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p.m., Main Street in downtown Dresden will host Dresden Days.
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File photo are looking to expand this year.
A contestant competes in the Gus Macker slam dunk contest. Visitors can look forward to fire dancing, musical performances,
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with the Zanesville Historical Society at 3 p.m.
The Memorial Concert Band has been providing free summer
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by recommendation of their director. MCB has 50 local musicians
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FRAZEYSBURG — On June 11- 12, come celebrate baskets at the Theresa Kanavel, right, stands among her jewelry at the Y Bridge Arts Festival.

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For more information, visit www.visitcoshocton.com.

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The Ridgewood Concert Choir performs musical selections for Wednesday’s
entertainment portion of the annual Dogwood Festival Box Lunch on the
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COSHOCTON — The 36th annual Dulcimer Days will be from

9 a.m. to 5 p.m. June 19 and 20.
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File photo the street at the Presbyterian Church. Bill Robinson from Illinois and
Participants move down Main Street in the Canal Festival parade. Don Pedi from North Carolina will perform at 7:30 p.m. June 19.
At 1 p.m. June 20, the Mid-eastern regional hammered dulcimer
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Other highlights include musical and arts and crafts vendors as well
FIRST FRIDAYS as all-day courthouse concerts, workshops, jam sessions and food.
COSHOCTON — Every first Friday starting May Everything is free to the public, except the workshops, which are $15
7 through September, booths will be set up along Main per person per workshop. Expect close to 50 workshops in hammered
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During this event, Corvettes line Roscoe Village for an the Unites States and China will be curated by Yan Sun, professor of art
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Roy Rogers Festival: Portsmouth, June 2-5, www.royrogersfestival.org Miami Valley Steam Threshers Association: Plain City, July 15-18
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Summerfair Cincinnati: Coney Island, June 4-6, summerfair.org National Hamburger Festival: Akron, July 17-18, www.hamburgerfestival.com
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Historic Old West End of Toledo: Toledo, June 5-6, www.toledooldwestend.com Festival in the Cornfields: Wapakoneta, July 21-24
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Commercial Point Homecoming: Commercial Point, June 9 and June 12 Lancaster Festival: Lancaster, July 22-31, www.lanfest.org
Banana Split Festival: Wilmington, June 11-12, www.bananasplitfestival.com Celina Lake Festival: Celina, July 23-25
Italian American Summer Festival: Berea, June 11-13, www.italianamericansummerfestival.com Annie Oakley Days Festival: Greenville, July 23-25, www.annieoakleyfestival.org
Riverfront Irish Festival: Cuyahoga Falls, June 11-13, www.riverfrontirishfest.com Cleveland’s Irish Cultural Festival: Berea, July 23-25, www.clevelandirish.org
Parade the Circle: Cleveland, June 12, www.clevelandmuseumofart.org Jazz and Rib Fest: Columbus, July 23-25, www.hotribscooljazz.org
Cleveland Pride Festival: Cleveland, June 12, www.clevelandpride.org Loudonville Free Street Fair: Loudonville, July 26-31, www.loudonvillefair.com
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Corvettes at Roscoe Cruise-In: Coshocton, June 13, www.roscoevillage.com Streetsboro Family Days: Streetsboro, July 29-Aug. 1, www.streetsborofamilydays.org
MidFirst Ohio Challenge: Middletown, June 16-18, www.ohiochallenge.com Big Bend Blues Bash: Pomeroy, July 29-31, www.pomeroyblues.org
Washboard Music Festival: Logan, June 17-19, www.washboardmusicfestival.com Macy’s Music Festival: Cincinnati, July 30-31, www.macysmusicfestival.com
Avon Heritage Duct Tape Festival: Avon, June 18-20, www.avonducttapefestival.com Wilmington Art & Pottery Festival: Wilmington, July 30-31
Columbus Pride Festival Weekend: Columbus, June 18-20, www.columbuspride.org Pro Football Hall of Fame Enshrinement Festival: Canton, July 30-Aug. 8, www.profootballhoffestival.com
Creekside Blues and Jazz Festival: Columbus, June 18-20, www.creeksidebluesandjazz.com Dayton Celtic Festival: Dayton, July 30-Aug. 1, www.unitedirishofdayton.org
Festival of the Fish: Vermilion, June 18-20 Smoke on the Water: Toledo, July 30-Aug. 1
Juneteenth Ohio Festival: Columbus, June 18-20, www.juneteenthohio.net Gutterfest: Homerville, July 31-Aug. 1
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Great Ohio Bicycle Adventure: June 19-26, www.goba.com AUGUST
Earth Angel Super Cruise In: Lancaster, June 19 The Baltimore Festival: Baltimore, Aug. 4-7
Art Festival: Worthington, June 19-20, www.owba.net Vintage Ohio Wine Festival: Kirtland, Aug. 6-7, www.visitvintageohio.com
Blue Tip Festival: Wadsworth, June 22-26, www.bluetipfestival.com Cincy Blues Fest: Cincinnati, Aug. 6-7
Alive Christian Music Festival: Mineral City, June 23-26, www.alive.org Carey Fest: Carey, Aug. 6-7
Brunswick Old Fashioned Days: Brunswick, June 23-27, www.oldfashioneddays.com Y-Bridge Arts Festival: Zanesville, Aug. 6-7, ybridgeartsfestival.com
London Strawberry Festival: London, June 24-26, www.londonstrawberryfestival.com Dublin Irish Festival: Dublin, Aug. 6-8, www.dublinirishfestival.org
Ohio Scottish Games: Wellington, June 24-26, www.ohioscottishgames.com Farm Days Show: Mount Gilead, Aug. 6-8, morrowcountytractor.homestead.com
Cleveland Wine Festival: Cleveland, June 25-26, www.clevelandwinefestival.com Glier’s Goettafest: Cincinnati, Aug. 6-8, www.goettafest.com
Appalachian Mountain Music Festival: Waynesville, June 25-27, www.appalachianmusic.org Twins Days Festival: Twinsburg, Aug. 6-8, www.twinsdays.org
Community Festival: Columbus, June 25-27, www.comfest.com Lakewood Arts Festival: Lakewood, Aug. 7, www.lakewoodartsfest.org
Columbia Station Homecoming Festival: Columbia Station, June 25-27 Lebanon Blues Festival: Lebanon, Aug. 7, lebanonbluesfestival.org
Lorain International Festival and Bazaar: Lorain, June 25-27 The Fest: Wickliffe, Aug. 8, www.thefest.us
Maria Stein Country Fest: Maria Stein, June 25-27, www.mscountryfest.com Ohio Valley Antique Machinery Show: Georgetown, Aug. 12-15
Boston Mills Artfest: Peninsula, June 26-27, www.bmbw.com Ohio’s South of the Border Festival: Perrysburg, Aug. 13-14,
Annual Crosby Festival of the Arts: Toledo, June 26-27, www.toledogarden.org www.myspace.com/ohiosouthoftheborder
Woolfest: Kirtland, June 26-27, www.lakemetroparks.com Flag City Balloonfest: Findlay, Aug. 13-15, flagcityballoonfest.com
Powell Festival: Powell, June 27-28, www.cityofpowell.us Midwest Reggae Fest: Nelson, Aug. 13-15, www.midwestreggaefest.com
Willard’s Festival in the Park: Williard, June 30-July 4 North Ridgeville Corn Festival: North Ridgeville, Aug. 13-15, www.nrcornfest.org
Ashville 4th of July Celebration: Ashville, June 30-July 4 Union Centre Boulevard Bash: Cincinnati, Aug. 13-15, www.unioncentreblvdbash.com
Tuscarawas County Italian-American Festival: Dover, Aug. 13-15
JULY Festival Latino: Columbus, Aug. 14-15, www.festivallatino.net
Freedom Days Family Picnic: Celina, July 2, www.freedomdayspicnic.com Ohio Outdoor Quilt Festival: Wellington, Aug. 14, www.ohiooutdoorquilt.com
First Town Days Festival: New Philadelphia, July 2-5 University Park Art Fair: Akron, Aug. 14, www.universityparkartfair.org
Independence Day Celebration: Blue Ash, July 4, www.blueash.com Pemberville Free Fair: Pemberville, Aug. 18-21
Doo Dah Parade: Columbus, July 4 The Parade of the Hills: Nelsonville, Aug. 18-21
Americana Festival: Centerville, July 5, www.americanafestival.org Lexington Blueberry Festival: Lexington, Aug. 18-22, www.lexingtonblueberryfestival.com
Ohio Hills Folk Festival: Quaker City, July 7-10 Bucyrus Bratwurst Festival: Bucyrus, Aug. 19-21, www.bucyrus.org
Tall Ships Cleveland: Cleveland, July 7-11, www.tallshipscleveland.com All Ohio Balloon Fest: Marysville, Aug. 20-21, www.allohioballoonfest.com
Country Concert: Fort Loramie, July 8-10, countryconcert.com Maumee Summer Fair: Maumee, Aug. 21, www.maumeesummerfair.com
The Great Mohican Indian Pow-Wow: Loudonville, July 9-11, www.mohicanpowwow.com The Soul Food Festival: Cleveland, Aug. 21, www.ilovesoulfood.com
Italian-American Festival: Canton, July 9-11, www.cantonitalianfesta.org Levis Commons Fine Art Fair: Perrysburg, Aug. 21-22
Summit County Italian-American Festival: Akron, July 9-11, www.it-am.org Brown County Bluegrass Festival: Georgetown, Aug. 26-28, www.browncountybluegrass.com
Goodguys Rod & Custom Show: Columbus, July 9-11, www.good-guys.com Ohio Tobacco Festival: Ripley, Aug. 26-29
Lagrange Street Polish Festival: Toledo, July 9-11, www.polishfestival.org Annual German-American Festival: Oregon, Aug. 27-29, www.gafsociety.org
LilyFest: Rockbridge, July 9-11, www.lilyfest.com Foothills Blues & Arts Festival: Pomeroy, Aug. 27-28, www.foothillsmusic.org
Rockin Punderson: Newbury, July 10 German-American Festival: Oregon, Aug. 27-29
Great Lakes Medieval Faire: Rock Creek, July 10-15 (weekends only), www.medievalfaire.com Northwest Ohio Air Show: Toledo, Aug. 28-29, www.northwestohioairshow.com
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CAROL KINSEY | CentralOhio.com Correspondent CAROL KINSEY | CentralOhio.com Correspondent

COSHOCTON — The 29th annual Frontier Power Hot Air CROOKSVILLE — In July, central Ohio comes alive
Balloon Festival is sure to be one of this summer’s hottest events. with pottery.
Mark your calendars for June 11, 12 and 13 at the Coshocton The 45th annual Crooksville-Roseville Pottery Festival will be
County Fairgrounds. Gates open at 4 p.m. June 11 and 11 a.m. July 15-17 at Crooksville Village Park. Festivities run from noon to
June 12-13. 10 p.m. each day.
Former West Lafayette resident Timothy Paul, who is now a “People come from as far away as Texas because there’s no pottery
Nashville country music singer, will share his talent at 7:30 p.m. around like what is made in this area,” said Dave Lanning, festival
June 11. On June 12, get ready to hear Phil Dirt & the Dozers, co-chairman.
a local 1950s and ’60s band that got its start at Coshocton The festival will include Battle of the Bands on Friday night, a
High School. parade Saturday, a talent show, dunking tank, baby contest, queen
Other highlights will include food and craft vendors, amusement contest, pie eating contest, food vendors and crafts. Grandpa’s
rides, a kiddy pedal tractor pull, and four scheduled balloon Pottery will be demonstrating on a potter’s wheel.
launches each day at 6:30 a.m. and later in the day depending on Those interested in renting a booth at the festival should call
the weather. Lanning at (740) 624-4656 or Mike Flood at (740) 469-4443.
“We’ve had 5,000 people at the balloon festival and every year Also in July, the Pottery Lovers Reunion — a weekend of art and
we try to build it more,” said Carol Remington from the Coshocton pottery — will be July 8 -11 at the Ramada Inn in Zanesville. Visit
Chamber of Commerce. www.potterylovers.org for more information.
This year, about 25 balloons are expected to take flight. This From July 11-12, the McCoy Pottery Collectors convention
competitive balloon event will be an exciting opportunity to see will be at the Comfort Inn in Zanesville. Collectors will have the
balloons compete to hit a target. opportunity to see authentic and rare pieces of J.W. McCoy, Brush-
“We have a wonderful corporate sponsor,” Remington said. McCoy, and/or Nelson McCoy pottery. For more information, visit
“They are fabulous. They not only help financially, but their mccoypotterycollectorssociety.org.
employees volunteer. Frontier Propane provides all the fuel for the
balloons. We could not have this balloon festival without them.”
What: Crooksville-Roseville Pottery Festival
IF YOU GO When: July 15-17
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What: Frontier Power Hot Air Balloon Festival Where: Crooksville Park
When: June 11-13 Cost: Free
Where: Coshocton County Fairgrounds,
707 Kenilworth Ave., Coshocton
Cost: Free

Jim Barstow/file photo Chris Crook/file photo

A pilot looks for a safe place to land along Ohio 621 near the intersection of Giancarlo Orofino uses a pottery wheel at the Roseville Pottery Festival.
County Road 186, Sunday morning during the 28th annual Hot Air Orofino was pulling double duty, also manning the pottery toss.
Balloon Festival.

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CAROL KINSEY | CentralOhio.com Correspondent Located just behind Historic Roscoe Village.
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CAMBRIDGE — The 42nd annual Salt Fork Arts Festival will Accommodations for 2-14.
return to Cambridge on Aug. 13-15 to celebrate the arts. For information or questions please call
This is a juried festival with 100 artists from 10 different states. Toll Free 866-582-8146
The event will include Performing Arts, Heritage of the Arts, Art Coshocton, Ohio • www.hillsidecabins.net
Within, a student art show, a tent for craft classes and a Market Place
where visitors can taste Ohio food from various vendors.

“The purpose of the Heritage of the Arts program is to keep all arts
and culture alive within youth and adults in our community,” said
Lana Watkins, director of the festival.
Exhibits will provide cultural presentations and demonstrations.
The Art Within program offers beginning artists an opportunity to
learn from established artists how to sell wares, display and frame Covered
their work.
“They will get their feet wet in the festival and learn from PAVILION

professional artists,” Watkins said.
Public, private and homeschooled children from kindergarten
through 12th grade will have an opportunity to present their work in
the student art show tent. available
Craft classes will be offered all weekend. Previous classes
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When: 3 to 8 p.m. Aug. 13; 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Aug. 14; and
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CAROL KINSEY | CentralOhio.com Correspondent

Events in and around Holmes County are sure to be entertaining

this summer.
Danara Wallace, public information specialist at the Holmes
County Chamber of Commerce, encouraged visitors to visit one of
the local auctions.
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“The auctions are a good way for people to enjoy the local culture
while also feeling like they are contributing to something good,” Grist Mill Featuring
she said.
The 17th annual Holmes County Chapter American Red Cross • River-view rooms • Gift Shop • Jacuzzis
Disaster Services Benefit Auction is June 26 at the Mount Hope • Spa Suites • Balconies • Massages
Auction Barn, 8076 Ohio 241, Mount Hope. Baked goods, quilts and
furniture will be available. (330) 674-5861. Restaurant at the Mill
Ohio Mennonite Relief Sale is Aug. 6-7 and will include food, Fri. & Sat. 5pm-9pm • Sun. noon-4pm
vendors, quilts, activities and volleyball games. Central Christian For Reservations Call: 740-559-2822 • 1995 Broadway Ave.
Stockport OH, 43787 • www.stockportmill.com
School, 3970 Kidron Road. (330) 815-5700.


WELCOME TO...Adventure Area D
Morrow, Crawford, Richland, Ashland, Erie, Sandusky, Ottawa

Cedar Point
CATHARINE HADLEY | CentralOhio.com

SANDUSKY — Since May 15, visitors to Cedar Point have

been able to “Shoot the Rapids” on the amusement park’s
newest ride.
The new water river ride covers nearly 2.5 acres along the
Frontier Trail part of the park. At 85 feet, the first hill is one of the
tallest water ride hills in the world. The second hill is nearly 50
feet, and features a 45-degree plunge.
The ride lasts about three minutes, with a capacity of about
1,200 riders per hour.
It was built in an undeveloped, wooded area near the Millennium
Force roller coaster and the Paddlewheel Excursions boat ride.
The Demon Drop, which was located near the front entrance
of the park, has been dismantled and taken to another Cedar Fair
park in Pennsylvania.
Submitted photo
Special 2010 Cedar Point deals include:
This artist’s rendering shows the 85-foot first drop on the new “Shoot the
• Discounted tickets can be found at Giant Eagle, Meijer and Rapids” ride at Cedar Point. The $10.5 million ride will be open to the public
Drug Mart Stores, and also at AAA locations for for the 2010 season.
AAA members.
• Exclusive online offers are available at Cedar Point’s Website.
• Discounts are available for groups of 15 or more.

• Active or retired military personnel and their immediate family
members receive a $10 discount. Cleveland District

• Guests staying at Cedar Point properties can purchase tickets
for $29. can fill days with
• The Rock & Ride Combo allows entrance to Cedar Point and

the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum in Cleveland
for $54.
attractions, fun
• Recipients of the FUNTimes e-mail newsletter get advance
notice of deals and some exclusive offers.
• Platinum pass holders receive special benefits at Cedar Point, CLEVELAND — Whether you’re visiting Case Western
and the passes are valid for season-long admission and free Reserve University, the Cleveland Art Museum, University
parking at Cedar Point and 13 other Cedar Fair parks. They Hospitals or Cleveland Clinic, a day easily can be filled by
cost $160, but customers who buy four can save $10 per pass. Cleveland’s many attractions, in and near University Circle.
Junior and senior platinum passes are $90. Just 4 miles east of downtown, University Circle is known as
• Season passes for Cedar Point are $112, but customers an extraordinary cultural, arts, medical, educational and religious
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who purchase four or more save $5 per pass. district, where you’re in walking distance of many of the world’s
most enigmatic treasures.
University Circle got its start in the 19th century, when Western
Reserve University and Case Institute of Technology relocated to
IF YOU GO the land, giving birth to an educational center. The area got its
What: Cedar Point name from the Euclid Avenue trolley turnaround, which made its
When: Hours vary depending on the day of the week turn near what is now the Children’s Museum of Cleveland and
and time of year Case Western Reserve.
Where: 1 Cedar Point Drive, Sandusky In the ’20s and ’30s, 19 more educational and cultural
Cost: Ticket price is $45.99 for adults, $19.99 for institutions were located in the area, from the Cleveland Museum
juniors who are less than 48 inches tall and of Natural History to Cleveland Hearing and Speech to the
seniors who are 62 and older Cleveland Botanical Gardens and more.
FYI: (419) 627-2350 or www.cedarpoint.com University Hospitals arrived to the circle in 1916 and the
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Cleveland Clinic in 1921. During the ’30s and ’40s, one could
find six movie theaters, boutique shops, a bowling alley and
trolley cars.
Now, a kaleidoscope of events take place at the many institutions
in University Circle. Free events are held in Wade Oval, an urban
park in the heart of University Circle.

• June 4-6: Art Walk: Venetian Carnival. Times vary. Free.
• June 5: Cleveland Orchestra community concert, Severance
Hall. Free.
• June 12: Parade the Circle and Circle Village, UCI and
Cleveland Museum of Art. 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
• June 16: Wow! Wade Oval Wednesdays begin. 6 to 9 p.m.
Concert and party in the park Wednesdays through August.
Free. (Movie nights are June 30, July 21 and Aug. 18)
• June 19: Summer Solstice Celebration at Cleveland Museum
of Art. 5:30 p.m. to 2 a.m. June 20. Admission fee.
• June 27: Rock and Soul Festival, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
Free unless you want into museum.
• July 1: Star-Spangled Salute by Cleveland Orchestra, 8:45 p.m.
on public square downtown.
• July 1: Summer in the City event, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
• July 7-11: Tall Ships, downtown Cleveland. tallshipschallenge.com.
• Aug. 29: Latino Heritage Festival, Rock and Roll Hall of
Fame. Free unless you want into museum. Submitted photo

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attractions for the whole family. The annual cruise-in is sponsored
by Downtown Mansfield.
Register your automobile from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at Park Avenue
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West and Main Street.
For more information, call (419) 522-0099.

MANSFIELD — The sweet aroma of lilies, daffodils and magnolia
RENAISSANCE THEATRE blossoms along with the picturesque scenery of historic gardens,
MANSFIELD — In addition to a newly renovated, contemporary a duck pond and the greenhouse are just some of the features of
front lobby, concession stand and elevator, plus other amenities, Kingwood Center, 900 Park Ave. West, Mansfield.
the Renaissance Theatre has plenty to offer this summer. Built for Charles Kelley King in 1926, the 47-acre estate opened
The home of the Miss Ohio Scholarship pageant, as a public garden in 1953. The main house is home to a gift shop, a
June 17-20, the historic theater offers great on- and off-Broadway horticultural library and the estate’s original furnishings. Tours of the
shows, comedians, musicals and more. Home of the Mansfield grounds and main house are available April through October. Parking
Symphony, the Renaissance also frequently plays host to Neos is $5.
Dance Theater. Upcoming events:
Nestled near downtown Mansfield, the Renaissance Theatre is • Ohio Daylily Society Sale and Auction: Sale, noon to 3 p.m.; auction,
located at 138 Park Ave. West. 1:30 p.m. Aug. 15
Shows coming up this summer: • Kingwood Bulb Sale: 8 a.m. to 4:20 p.m. Sept. 11 and 12
• “Remember Me Always: High School Year Book 1977”: • Ohio State African Violet Society Plant Sale: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
7 p.m. June 5 and 3 p.m. June 6 Sept. 17; 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sept. 18
• “Seussical”: 8 p.m. Aug. 14; 8 p.m. and 3 p.m. Aug. 15 • Ohio Lily Society Bulb Sale: Noon to 3 p.m. Oct. 17
For more information, call (419) 522-2726 or visit For more information, call (419) 522-0211 or visit KingwoodCenter.org.


MANSFIELD — Racing fans will get to enjoy five race events
and two motor sports shows this summer at Mansfield Motorsports
Park, 400 Crall Road.
The summer’s featured event is the Tim Richmond Memorial for
the ARCA Racing Series presented by RE/MAX and Menards. The
200-lap national championship will be July 17.
The half-mile asphalt race track has a grandstand seating of 6,800,
a camping area, luxury suites and corporate tents. Tickets for the
races are $15 for adults; children ages 12 and younger are free.
New this year is an outdoor flea market, from 7 a.m. to 1 p.m.
every Saturday and Sunday. Admission is $1. There also will be a
new concessions stand, where all food is priced $2 to $3.
Upcoming events:
• Late Model and Modified Full Racing Program: June 5
• Outlaw Super Late Model Main Event Series: June 19 Jason J. Molyet/file photo
• Monster Mash — 12 Monster trucks and stunt show with
• Tim Richmond Memorial for the ARCA Racing Series: July 17 MANSFIELD — What 150,000 inmates called home for 94 years is
• Johnny Appleseed Ground Pounding Open Wheel Extravaganza now one of the most visited attractions in the Mansfield area.
featuring Super Modifieds: Aug.14 Tourists, ghost hunters, and movie and TV buffs flock to the Ohio
• Outlaw Super Late Model 100: Aug. 21 State Reformatory to get their fix of history, haunts and cinematic hype.
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• Summer Firestorm Monster Trucks & Stunt Show with a The world’s largest free-standing steel cell block, the “joint” was
season-ending fireworks display: Sept. 4 restored by the Mansfield Reformatory Preservation Society in the
For more information, call (419) 524-0183 or visit 1990s, after the real prison closed for good. The central guard room,
MansfieldMotorSportsParkOnline.com. located between cell blocks, has been completely restored and now hosts
events such as bridal shows, community events and private receptions.
HEART OF THE CITY CRUISE-IN Located at 100 Reformatory Road in Mansfield, OSR also hosts the
MANSFIELD — Old, new and replica cars, trucks and Halloween Haunted Prison Experience every October. Tours and ghost
vans will be on display at the Heart of the City Cruise-In. hunts are available to the public.
The 15th annual show will take place Aug. 21 in Tickets may be reserved by calling (419) 522-2644 or visiting
downtown Mansfield. Car lovers of all ages come from www.mrps.org.
all over the state to see Park Avenue West lined with
classic cars. Upcoming events:
Chevelles with their pristine rebuilt engines to TV • Ink in the Clink Tattoo Expo: July 16 and 17
show car replicas to food vendors are just some of the • TubadubJam-VW, Porsche Extravaganza: Aug. 27 and 28

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Richland County Fair MID-OHIO SPORTS CAR
KATIE RYDER | CentralOhio.com Correspondent

MANSFIELD — Richland County Fairgrounds will open its gates

for the county’s 160th annual fair, beginning Aug. 8.
Family, friends and neighbors will gather for food, rides and fun
that will be offered throughout the course of the week.
Featured events will include tractor pulls and the yearly favorite,
the Demolition Derby. The Richland County Fair also will offer a
number of rides, plenty of games and the always popular variety of
food vendors along the midway.
The fairgrounds also will play host to several other events, including
the 33rd Annual Civil War Collectors Show, 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. May 1
and 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. May 2. Admission is $5, with children younger
than 12 admitted free when accompanied by an adult.
For event listings, directions and more, contact the
Richland County Tourism Bureau at (419) 747-3717 or
What: 160th annual Richland County Fair MOTORSPORTS FOR ONLY $275!
When: Aug. 8-14
Where: Richland County Fairgrounds,
750 N. Home Road, Mansfield
Tickets: Available at gate
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Crawford County
The main event will be at The Ohio State University’s Marion
campus June 27-July 3. The first year in Bucyrus, players will
compete by throwing with precision a disc into a wire basket at
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There will be a gallery for spectators, and admission is free.
angel taylor | CentralOhio.com Correspondent In addition to the Disc Golf World Championship, there will be food
vendors and a playground, swimming pool and picnic areas for the
family to enjoy.
CRAWFORD COUNTY FAIR For more information, call the Bucyrus Tourism & Visitors Bureau at
BUCYRUS — The 153rd Annual Crawford County Fair will (419) 562-0720 or visit 2010amworlds.com.
include all the fair favorites — rides, Jr. Fair competitions, harness
racing, a demolition derby, a tractor pull and fair food — during BUCYRUS TOURISM & VISITORS BUREAU
its run from July 18-24. The fair will be at the Crawford County SPEAKEASY PRODUCTION
Fairgrounds, 610 Whetstone St., Bucyrus. BUCYRUS — Go back in time to Prohibition in Bucyrus this
Headlining this year’s concert is county band Gloriana, summer with the BTVB’s original Speakeasy production, “Roaring
which was country music’s 2009 breakthrough band of the year. 20s Live,” on Aug. 17 and 20 at Bucyrus Little Theater.
Also in concert this year are: The story follows the town’s history and is set in the same place
• The Cellar Dwellers: 6 to 8 p.m. July 18. where notable gangsters, such as Al Capone, once hung out when
• Josh Golden (Disney act): 7 p.m. July 19, followed by DJ they were traveling by train to Chicago and New York City.
No two shows are alike, so come to the show expecting to laugh,
Breeze and the Beach Party Dance
participate and learn a little history.
• Gloriana: 9 p.m. July 22 Located in the basement of the Crazy Socks Weaver Arms, at the
• Paul Landis: 5 p.m. July 24, at the stage in the park corner of Mansfield and Poplar avenues, Bucyrus, the show starts at
• Fair Jam Christian concert: Featuring Chris Conrad opening 5 p.m. Doors open at 4:30 p.m.; cost is $15.
for BarlowGirl, 7 p.m. July 24 For tour groups and information, call (419) 562-0720 or visit

AMANDA ROLIK | CentralOhio.com Correspondent

BUCYRUS — This year’s Bratwurst Festival in Bucyrus aims to

please those who want to experience something different than the
average fair.
The festival, in its 43rd year, will be downtown in the city known
as the country’s Bratwurst Capital. The fun will kick off Aug. 19 and
continue through Aug. 21.
Festival director Larry West said the event’s appeal is its different
environment. It isn’t your typical fair, he said, but rather, a traditional
street festival.
In addition to giving people a taste of grilled bratwurst, the festival
will have a variety of food vendors and dozens of things to do and
see. The festival will feature local entertainment throughout the
weekend on two separate stages.
The event will have rides, games, beer gardens, a craft show, an art
show, a variety of eating contests (with, of course, a bratwurst eating
contest) and even a monkey grinder.
The festival also will feature three different parades, one each
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day, with the Ohio State University alumni band performing in

Saturday’s parade.
To learn more, call (419) 562-BRAT or visit www.bratfest.org.

Jason J. Molyet/file photo IF YOU GO

What: 43rd annual Bucyrus Bratwurst Festival
When: 11 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. Aug. 19; 11:30 a.m. to 11:30 p.m.
DISC GOLF WORLD Aug. 20; and 11 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. Aug. 21
Where: 301 S. Sandusky Ave., Bucyrus
CHAMPIONSHIPS Entertainment: Matt Hoover, Bullet Band, John Kennedy
BUCYRUS — Disc golfers from all over the world will Band, OSU Alumni Band
descend upon Bucyrus, June 29-July 1, in Aumiller Park for Admission & parking: Free
the Professional Disc Golfers Association Amateur Disc Golf FYI: (419) 562-BRAT or www.bratfest.org
World Championships.

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Fremont Fence Dirt Trucks.
This is the second year for the Fremont-Attica Sprint Title. Craig
Mintz was the inaugural winner of the title, given to the racer with
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the most points at certain events at Fremont Speedway and Attica
Raceway Park.
The speedway also will host the annual Ohio All-Star Sprintweek
finale on June 26.
For more information, visit www.fremontohspeedway.com.
PUT-IN-BAY — Located on the two-mile-by-four-mile South
Bass Island in Lake Erie, Put-in-Bay has become a vacation spot for
many in Ohio and beyond.
The island offers parks, golf courses, restaurants and pubs, fishing
and many other opportunities for fun. Ferries regularly debark from
the Port Clinton and Sandusky areas to Put-in-Bay.
Among the island’s attractions are a carousel, an antique car
museum and the Lake Erie Islands Historical Society Museum.
Additionally, the Perry Peace Memorial and Visitors Center
features the 352-foot-tall memorial to Oliver Hazard Perry, but the
memorial is closed for renovations.
There’s always something going on at Put-in-Bay during the
weekends, from Bike Week in June to Christmas in July. New this
year will be “Rally on the Rock,” scheduled June 9-13, to kick off
the summer season.
For more information, visit www.putinbay.com.


FREMONT — This year marks the 59th racing season at the 1/3-
mile dirt track at the Sandusky County Fairgrounds. Doug Hise/file photo
Races are on Saturday nights, featuring the Fort Ball Pizza Palace No. 9 Jimmy Colvin, No. 40 Bobby Clark, and No. 35 Stuart Brubaker battle
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sandusky COUNTY FAIR
LESLIE BIXLER | CentralOhio.com

FREMONT — There is always plenty of entertainment at the

Sandusky County Fair, and this year is no exception.
Country music artist Rodney Atkins will entertain the crowd
Aug. 28.
Tickets go on sale 9 a.m. to noon June 26 at the fairgrounds. Phone
orders will be taken from noon to 2 p.m. by calling (419) 332-5604
or (419) 333-0043. People also can call these numbers from 9 a.m.
to 3 p.m. after June 28.
Track seats are $30; center bleachers and grandstand seats are
$27.50. All major credit cards are accepted. The concert is 8 p.m.
Aug. 28.
Other events that week include Tuesday’s livestock cavalcade and
the king and queen presentation. On Wednesday, The Menu’s Band
plays at 7:30 p.m. at the grandstands.
Brews Brothers Demo Derby will take place at 7:30 p.m. Aug. 26
Jonathon Bird/file photo
Will Hartlaub looks at little chicks while visiting the baby animal barn at the
and will cost $5. A tractor pull takes place at 7 p.m. Aug. 27 and will
Ottawa County Fair. cost $5.
On Aug. 29, the Sandusky County Restorers of Antique Power,

OTTAWA COUNTY FAIR which is a free event, will have a tractor pull at 8 a.m. The fair will
wrap up with a 7:30 p.m. demo derby.
JAMES PROFFITT | CentralOhio.com During the week, entertainment will perform daily throughout
the fairgrounds.
OAK HARBOR — The Ottawa County Fair will run July 19-
25, and prices will not increase this year for single-day tickets or
season passes. IF YOU GO
The fair will feature live bands every night, a free show What: Sandusky County Fair
featuring bears and dogs every day and a full schedule of shows, When: Aug. 24-29
competitions and displays. Where: Sandusky County Fairgrounds,
A spokesman for the Ottawa County Fair Board said officials 901 Rawson Ave., Fremont
are working to see if they can get American Idol finalist — and Cost: Daily admission price is $7; adult weekly pass is $20;
Elliston native — Crystal Bowersox to visit the fair in 2011. youth weekly pass is $12; junior fair passes are $6
In the past, Bowersox won a youth talent show at the fair, the FYI: www.sanduskycountyfair.com
spokesman said.
Fair highlights include:
• Monday — horse racing
• Tuesday — horse racing
• Wednesday — professional rodeo
• Thursday — demolition derby
• Friday — motocross and livestock show
• Saturday — tractor pulls (antique and modern)
• Sunday — fishing derby, draft horse and pony show
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and demolition derby finals

What: Ottawa County Fair
When: 8 a.m. to 11 p.m. July 19-25
Where: 7870 Ohio 163, Oak Harbor
Cost: Daily gate $5; week pass (adult) $20;
week pass (youth) $15; grandstand pass
(rodeo) $10; grandstand pass (all other)
$5; week grandstand pass $25; kids 8 and
younger admitted free Jonathon Bird/file photo
FYI: www.ottawacountyfair.org Kids ride the Yoyo Swings at the Sandusky County Fair.

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