Upcoming Events

THE BLACK CYCLONE

Friday - October 3, 2014

Picture Ohio in 1902. Still in the shadow of the Civil War, and Civil Rights for Black was merely a volatile talking point. Small towns were fighting for identity and respect and enjoying prosperity for the first time. New ways to entertain oneself became popular - and many small towns began to field "Football Clubs" and compete with one another for bragging rights. "The Black Cyclone" captures the strength of one family, how they fought to make a home in white America - again a backdrop of what has become the NFL. The forgotten baseball and football legend, Charles Folis had no idea how he touched America forever…by impressing those he knew … and as The Black Cyclone will help Charles do what his great nice stated at the dedication of the Wooster High School Field in his honor.."Run, Charles, run for the ages…"

For more information call 419-892-2929 or visit www.malabarfarm.org

JERSOMESVILLE SYCAMORE FESTIVAL

Saturday - October 4, 2014

Celebrate Ohio's national champion sycamore tree - 49 feet in circumference. Festivities to include: fall family fun, 50/50 raffle, good food, Native American artifacts, and local historians. Hay wagons take riders from Lewis Memorial Park through fields and wood to see the largest sycamore tree in the United States.

For more information call 419-368-3055

PRAIRIE PEDDLER

Saturday - October 4, 2014

Over 170 traditional and modern craftsmen demonstrate and sell their handmade items in a beautiful wooded late 1877's setting. Watch and listen to talented artisans show and explain the process of their handmade masterpieces. Enjoy and take home excellent homemade food, snacks and desserts prepared over open fires. Live continuous musical entertainment on four stages throughout the festival. 10am-5pm. Adults- $7.00, Children 6-12- $3.00 and children under 6 are free. Held Rain or Shine.

For more information call 419-663-1818 or visit www.shopthepeddler.com

Mohican Welcomes You! 

Come see the natural beauty of the hills - a sight for all seasons. Overnight lodging ranges from the primitive to the luxurious.  Visit two state parks in one day on trails for the hiker, runner, mountain biker, and horseback rider.  Take your time and have some fun on a canoe.  Ride your motorcycle, enjoy the scenery and many historic stops along the way.  Independent shops and restaurants take downtown Loudonville to a whole new level.   Allow Mohican's year round events take you to new heights in music and adventure.  Discover why MOHICAN ROCKS!

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