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ANNUAL CELEBRATIONS OF HISTORIC EVENTS
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"Annual Celebrations of Historic Events" for each of the 50 states as
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interested in American history to have a  free, easy to use,
"One-Stop" itinerary planning list.

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JANUARY

WARREN COUNTY

Lebanon
Lebanon Antiques Show\
(513) 932 - 1100


FEBRUARY

FRANKLIN COUNTY

Columbus
Central Ohio Home and Garden Show
Enjoy the landscaped gardens, workshops, gardening and so much more.
(614) 461 - 5257


MARCH

WARREN COUNTY

Lebanon
Lebanon Quilt & Fabric Arts Show
(513) 932 – 1817


APRIL

GREENE COUNTY

Bellbrook
Sugar Maple Festival
Everything from a crafts to a dog show.
Since 1978
(937) 862 – 9305

HAMILTON COUNTY

Cincinnati
Annu
al Cincinnati Flower Show
Hundreds of gardens and floral exhibits.
Since 1989
(513) 872 – 5194

WARREN COUNTY

Waynesville
Civil War Training Camp
Learn about enlistment, training and camp life of those who served in 1863.
(513) 897 - 1120

MAY

MONTGOMERY COUNTY

Dayton
Dayton International Festival
Food, dancing, exhibits, costumes from the various cultures in Dayton.
Since 1973
(937) 333 – 4700

JUNE

CLINTON COUTNY

Wilmington
Annual Banana Split Festival
Enjoy this fun festival
Since 1994
(614) 246- 8271

HAMILTON COUNTY

Cincinnati
Summerfair
Music and the arts – the annual fine arts fair.
Since the 1960’s
(513) 531 - 0050

TUSCARAWAS COUNTY

Mineral City
Alive 10
Annual Christian Music Festival
Enjoy this wonderful uplifting event.
Since 1987
(330) 966 – 0023


WARREN COUNTY

Waynesville
Carsar’s Creek Pioneer Village
Annual Ole” Tyme Music Festival
Enjoy the sounds of the past while touring the village which is brought to life by re-enactors.
Since 1979
(517) 897 - 1120

VAN WERT  COUNTY

Van Wert
Van Wert Peony Festival
Come visit The Peony Capital of the World” and enjoy not only the flowers, but the wonderful parade with its many 45 floats and 40 bands which come together for a mass concert.  There are many wonderful activities.
Since 1902
(877) 989 - 2282

JULY

FRANKLIN COUNTY

Columbus
Ohio State Fair
Since 1853
Butter sculpting,
petting farm,
bull and sheep riding,
cupcake and duct tape product making competitions,
and NASA exhibit.

(814) 644 - 3247

AUGUST

FRANKLIN COUNTY

Dublin
Ohio Irish Festival
(614) 491 - 4449

SUMMIT COUNTY

Twinsburg
Twins Days Festival
Open to all twins, triplets, etc. and their families on Friday night.  Open to the public on the weekendfor all the festivities.
Since 1976
(330) 425 – 3652

SEPTEMBER

KNOX COUNTY

Centerburg
Oldtime Farming Festival
What fun – dancing tractors.  Tractors are driven responding to square dance music as a caller give directions.  A tootsie roll hunt through stacks of hay. A petting zoo and contests fpor adults such as arm wrestling, watermelon seed spitting. Come enjoy the fun.
www.oldtimefarmingfestival.org

MIAMI COUNTY

Piqua
Piqua Heritage Festival
(937) 773 - 5706

WARREN COUNTY

Waynesville
Caesar’s Creek Pioneer Village
Civil War Encampment
See infantry, artillery and cavalry units square off on the battlefield
(517) 897 – 1120

WASHINGTON COUNTY

Marietta
Ohio River Sternwheel Festival
Over 20 riverboats, plus entertainment

(800) 288 – 2577


OCTOBER

BUTLER COUNTY

Butler
Prairie Peddler Festival
The family can step back in time for a day of fun and entertainment.
(429) 683 – 1813


CARROLL COUNTY

Algonquin
Algonquin Mill Fall Festival
Miniature barn raising, demonstrations by a stone carver, soap maker, blacksmith, candle dipper, broom maker, dulcimer maker, and more in a pioneer village setting.
Since 1970
(330) 627 – 2946

ASHTABULA COUNTY

Jefferson
Ashtabula County Covered Bridge Festival
Enjoy the covered bridges of Ashtabula County, a parade, crafts, entertainment, historic vehicles and engines, a quilt show
and more.
Since 1983
(440) 594 – 1610

WOOD COUNTY

Grand Rapids
The Applebutterfest
Celebrate the harvest season in the village park by
the restored Town Hall.
Since 1977
(419) 832 – 0213


NOVEMBER

LICKING COUNTY

Granville
Holiday Lights Parade & Festival
Parade, floats. holiday fun and even the Clydesdales
(614) 342 – 4250

DECEMBER

WARREN COUNTY

Waynesville
Candlelight Tour
Enjoy Christmas in the 18th century.
 Tour the village by candlelight.
(517) 897 – 1120


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