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Ohio Arts & Culture

Let us entertain, enrich and inspire you. Ohio is home to world-class museums, quaint galleries, vibrant performing arts, as well as museums and centers that honor our heroes and innovators from the past.

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Halloween Trick-or-Treat

Little ghosts and goblins are invited to trick or treat at Aurora Farms Premium
Outlets. Stores will be providing candy and treats to costumed children from 6pm
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Pump House Center for the Arts

Pump House Center for the Arts. The Pump House and Water Works was built in
1882 as the water source to fight fires for the historic city of Chillicothe.

Monarch Gallery

Monarch Gallery provides top quality works in the following arts: watercolors, oils,
acrylics, mixed media, glass, graphite, charcoal, pen and ink, collage, pastel, ...

Overland Inn

Overland Inn. Old stagecoach inn, decorated in period, open seasonally (late
May through September), curator or docent on site.

Lloyd Library and Museum

Lloyd Library and Museum. The Lloyd Library and Museum holds, acquires,
preserves, and provides access to both historic and current books and journals, ...

Ohioana Library Association

Ohioana Library Association. Since 1929, the Ohioana Library has been
promoting and preserving Ohio's literary and artistic achievements through its
special ...

First Presbyterian Church of Bucyrus

The First Presbyterian Church is home to the famous Presbyterian Dolls that were
handmade by the ladies of the Church during the 1940s and 1950s.

Tierra - Paintings by Mabi Ponce de León

Tierra - Paintings by Mabi Ponce de León. Feeling both foreign and at-home in
the world, the artist explores what it feels like to "be" from two places and belong
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G. B. Community Theatre

G. B. Community Theatre. G. B. Community Theatre at the Ashtabula Arts Center
offers productions throughout the year including Broadway musicals, dramas, ...

Village of Roseville Municipal Building

Village of Roseville Municipal Building. Features a mural which depicts the
industry of the surrounding area painted in 1952 by local artist Leslie Cope.

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