Stuff to do

by Kristin H.

Stuff to do


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  • Delaware Arts Festival

    This juried open air street festival features fine arts and crafts, live entertainment, great food, children's activities, and a dog parade all in the heart of vibrant Historic Downtown Delaware.

    • Address: Sandusky & Winter Streets
      Delaware, Ohio 43015
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  • Cleveland Asian Festival

    The Cleveland Asian Festival features 100+ authentic Asian food and merchandise vendors, local and national performing artists, a children's activities area, games, competitions, trolly tours of AsiaTown, and a health pavilion with free screenings and health education.

    “2010 Best New Ethnic Festival”, Cleveland Scene Magazine

    “Cleveland’s Best Festivals”, The Plain Dealer

    “2011 Excellence in Neighborhood Marketing Award”, Live Cleveland!

    • Address: 2999 Payne Ave.
      Cleveland, Ohio 44114
    • Phone: Local Number: 216-539-4634
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  • 31st Annual Italian-American Heritage Festival

    Plenty of delicious, mouth-watering food can be found at this annual cultural & heritage event which includes displays, exhibits & demonstrations; musical entertainment; a bocce tournament; pasta sauce & wine tasting competitions; amusement rides; and more.

    • Address: Courthouse Square
      Warren, Ohio 44481
    • Phone: Local Number: (330) 550-7877
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  • Greater Port Clinton Area Arts Council Appetite for the Arts

    "Wet Paint-Whet Appetite" is the theme for this year's Appetite for the Arts, an extraordinary weekend, and the region's fine art festival. In addition to exquisite artwork from over 90 artists, visitors will enjoy live entertainment, delicious selection of edibles, children's activities, beer and wine available for purchase and much more.

    • Address: 3515 E. State Rd.
      Port Clinton, Ohio 43452
    • Phone: Local Number: (419) 341-0979
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  • Preble County Pork Festival

    Always the Third full weekend in September - Food, food and more food! The best pork chops and pulled pork and ham sandwiches or breakfast pancakes and sausage in the region. Over 350 arts and crafts vendors, most of which are under roof. A huge parade, educational building & pig races.  No matter what you choose to do, you will find this to be more than your ordinary festival.

    • Address: 722 South Franklin Street
      Eaton, Ohio 45320
    • Phone: Local Number: 9374567273
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  • Columbus Arts Festival

    6/12/2015 to 6/14/2015. Columbus Arts Festival. The Columbus Arts Festival brings the best of the arts, entertainment and food to the beautiful new Scioto Mile and Bicentennial Park.  Friday-Saturday 11 a.m.-10:30 p.m. Sunday 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Free. The Columbus Arts Festival is the city's welcome-to-summer event, pairing the finest artists and craftspeople from around the country and the world with continuous entertainment including hands-on art activities, musical performances and great food from area restaurants. 614-224-2606,

    • Address: 229 Civic Center
      Columbus, Ohio 43215
    • Phone: Local Number: 614-224-2606
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  • Quailcrest Farm Spring Garden Fair

    On June 13th and 14th, over 40 Garden Artists and craftsmen display their wares among the gardens of Quailcrest Farm. Juried exhibitors of Blacksmith, furniture, jewelry, sculpture, rugs, antiques, photography, wreaths, pottery, clay, etc., all with a garden theme. Music, food and demonstrations over the two day event, 10-5 both days, plus the Quailcrest plants!

    • Address: 2810 Armstrong Rd.
      Wooster, Ohio 44691
    • Phone: Local Number: 3303456722
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  • Legendary Annie Oakley Sidewalk Sales

    The biggest sales of the year line the streets of downtown Greenville during The Legendary Sidewalk Sales, inconjunction with Annie Oakley Days and The Gathering at Garst. Eager shoppers arrive up to four hours early just to get in-line at KitchenAid Experience Retail Center to earn deep discounts.

    Come for the sales, stay to learn about legendary sharp-shooter, Annie Oakley during the festival named after her. Hop on an air-conditioned motorcoach for the historical tour of Darke County courtesy of the Annie Oakley Festival; visit the National Annie Oakley Center at Garst Museum; stroll the grounds of the museum for The Gathering at Garst, shop 'til you drop downtown. There's plenty to do to make it a getaway weekend to Darke County!

    • Address: S. Broadway
      Greenville, Ohio 45331
    • Phone: Local Number: 9375484998
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  • Quailcrest Farm Herb Fair

    Over 70 artists and craftsmen display among the Quailcrest Farm gardens in this highly anticipated one day event.  Music, food, including herbal selections along with juried art from dried herbs and lotions to baskets, metal work, pottery, linens, antiques and everything in between. Two dollar parking per car.

    • Address: 2810 Armstrong Rd.
      Wooster, Ohio 44691
    • Phone: Local Number: (330)-345-6722
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  • Beeker's General Store

    Beeker's General Store is one of Ohio's oldest general stores. The double doors have greeted guests the past 130 years. With the look and feel of simpler times, this Victorian era building is a historic landmark known for its nostalgic candy counter, tin ceiling, wooden floors, vintage keepsakes and friendly service.

    • Address: 226 E. Front St.
      (State Route 105)
      Pemberville, Ohio, Ohio 43450
    • Phone: Local Number: 419-287-3274
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  • The Mall at Tuttle Crossing

    Explore The Mall at Tuttle Crossing and you'll discover Central Ohio's premier shopping experience with 125 upscale and specialty shops. Tuttle Crossing offers something for all shopping tastes. With a relaxing Cappuccino Court and a unique space-themed children's play area, you and your family will experience one of the area's finest attractions.

    At The Mall at Tuttle Crossing, you'll find the very best of shopping at department stores including Macy's, JC Penney, and Sears, as well as 130 specialty stores including Hollister, Aeropostale, Pottery Barn, American Eagle, H&M, Bath and Body Works and more. Dine in the food court or at Ruby Tuesday's or Panera Bread. Shopping information, complimentary strollers, wheelchairs, free shopping bags and information about the Mall's walkers' club are available at the Guest Service Desk.

    • Address: 5043 Tuttle Crossing Blvd.
      Dublin, Ohio 43017
    • Phone: Local Number: 6147179300
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  • Experience Columbus

    Now's the time to experience Columbus! Downtown Columbus is filled with entertainment districts, full of shopping, restaurants and other attractions. The Arena District surrounds Nationwide Arena, while the Short North Arts District houses one of the best collections of art galleries between New York and Chicago. South of downtown are the historic Brewery District and German Village.

    The city's performing arts are showcased in four restored historic theaters. Columbus offers an abundant performing and visual arts scene with touring Broadway performances and professional ballet, symphony, opera, acting troupes and world-class museums.

    Shopping doesn't get much better than this. Easton Town Center packages high-end stores with dining and entertainment, while Polaris Fashion Place has five anchors including Saks Fifth Avenue.

    • Address: 277 W. Nationwide Blvd., Ste. 125
      Columbus, Ohio 43215
    • Phone: Local Number: 6142216623
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  • Bridgewater Falls Lifestyle Shopping Center

    Located in Fairfield Township, Butler County's Bridgewater Falls features 60 acres of nationally-known fashion shops, department stores, specialty shops, a variety of dining options and entertainment offerings. With sales and promotions throughout the year, you won't leave empty handed.

    • Address: 3385 Princeton Rd.
      Fairfield Township, Ohio 45011
    • Phone: Local Number: 5138956800
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  • Easton Bunny Photos

    Get your picture taken with the Easter Bunny! Your first 5x7 is only $5 - or take a complimentary photo with your own camera - interior fountain

    • Address: 160 Easton Town Center
      Columbus, Ohio 43219
    • Phone: Local Number: 6143372200
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  • Jungle Jim's International Market, Inc.

    Located in Fairfield, Ohio, Jungle Jim's International Market is arguably the largest supermarket in the country, spanning nearly 6 1/2 acres. Jungle Jim's showcases approximately 180,000 products including nearly 60,000 international items, over 12,000 wine labels, as well as mountains of imported cheeses, exotic wild specialty meats, fresh seafood, and a dazzling display of 1 1/2 of acres of fresh produce. With on-site facilities such as the 1200-person capacity Oscar Event Center and in-store cooking school, which serves up exciting cooking classes, Jungle Jim's has something for everyone. Each week, the store is visited in excess of 82,000 shoppers, whom “Jungle” Jim Bonaminio calls “Foodies”. Jungle Jim's Tour Department also offers tours of the store Monday through Friday. Guided tours are available for $5 a person and take groups on an hour tour of the over 300,000 sq. foot “Food Paradise”. Tour groups will learn about and taste all types of food from around the world. Each tour participant also receives a $2 gift certificate.
    Jungle Jim's has been featured on the History Channel, Good Morning America, The Food Channel, NPR Radio, The Travel Channel and more! At Jungle Jim's International Market, we're not just a store; we're a destination!

    • Address: 5440 Dixie Hwy
      Fairfield, Ohio 45014
    • Phone: Local Number: 5136746000
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  • Dutch Valley Market

    Inside our compact store, we've made room for everything except theordinary, including flavorful items from the smokehouses, dairy farms,chicken coops, orchards, cheese houses, and gardens of the surrounding Ohio countryside. Among the staples you'll find at Dutch Valley Marketare a number of unfamiliar brands of packaged goods-some representheirloom recipes from local family-run enterprises, others come fromregional food companies whose products reflect the area's rich heritageand history.

    We now specialize in All Natural Meats, including beef, chicken and pork. Our freezers are always stocked full of high quality cuts, quick frozen and free of antibiotics and added growth hormones. Our meats are provided by family farms where the animals are raised on vegetarian diets, with no animal byproducts. Our customers can buy our meats with confidence, knowing that they will receive a safe and quality product.

    As well as meats, you'll find home-made noodles, delicious beef jerky, bulk foods, canned produce and fresh produce (in season). Any time you're in Sugarcreek, be sure to stop by Dutch Valley Market. You'll enjoy a true taste of Amish Country.

    • Address: 1411 Old Route 39
      Sugarcreek, Ohio 44681
    • Phone: Local Number: 3308522631
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  • Butterfield's Farm Market

    "Enter As Strangers, Leave As Friends" at Butterfield's Farm Market.  Created in 1980, Butterfield sells unique crafts such as baskets, candles, signs, artwork, wreaths, and much more.  They also sell indoor and outdoor metal ornaments and displays including Rod Iron Wind Spinners, as well as Amish good ranging from 20 different types of cheeses, to butter, bacon, corn meal mush, honey, and numerous baked goods.  Fresh harvested produce and fruit can be bought, along with hundreds of trees, flowers, hanging baskets, and shrubs from the Greenhouse.  Butterfield also carries mulches, soil, hay, and straw for all your outdoor needs. 

    • Address: 4000 Oxford Trenton Road
      Oxford, Ohio 45056
    • Phone: Local Number: 5135242676
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  • Amish Tours

    Ridgeview Country Tours, provides Amish tours in Geauga and Trumbull County in Ohio.  Delight in our historic towns and rolling countryside as you meet our Amish neighbors.

    Enjoy several different itineraries in Amish Country for groups of 25 or more. While some take you on the back roads, we take you through the back doors! Visit and enjoy a wedding feast in an Amish home. Tour many different cottage industries as you "Meet our Amish Friends". 

    Tour the 2nd largest Amish settlement in Ohio with a local step on guide.

    Ask about our day trips or multi-day tours.   Just call Sharon today and travel the roads less traveled! Do not forget to ask for our new tour catalog.  Start planning wonderful memories for your group!

    Visit our web site for a complete list of tours at

    • Address: 5488 Kinsman Rd
      Middlefield, Ohio 44062
    • Phone: Local Number: 4406934000
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