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Ohio Festivals

Why wait for national holidays to find an excuse for a festival? Ohio is home to hundreds of fun, festivals from border to border and neighborhood to neighborhood, where you can eat, dance, shop, browse or play your way to a rich, rewarding day. In fact, there's probably one going on right now.

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Bear's Mill

Built in 1849 by Gabriel Baer, Bear's Mill is one of the few operating water-
powered mills in Ohio. The site of the present mill, as well as the water rights,
were ...

Christmas in the Colonies presents Christmas Around the World

This is the 33rd year for this popular holiday event featuring over 80 juried
craftsmen, pictures with Santa Wonderland and delicious food and fun
entertainment.

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  • Northeast

Cultural Arts Center

The Cultural Arts Center is one of central Ohio's premier Visual Arts facilities
. Every year we present 9 Fine Arts Exhibits in our Main Hall Gallery and 12 ...

The Meadery

Come tour Ohio's only meadery Wednesday, Friday, or Saturday at The Meadery,
starting at 4 pm. We make mead, a specialty wine made from honey ranging ...

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 ...

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  • Northeast

Watt Center for History and The Arts

Now a museum, this was the original office building of the Watt Car & Wheel Co.
The company started in 1865 as J. H. Watt and Brothers. Exhibits change but ...

Toledo Lighthouse Waterfront Festival 2015

Join us for tours of the Toledo Lighthouse(weather permitting), information &
merchandise. See original 1904 fresnel lens, 1 of only 3 of its' type. Areas best ...

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  • Northwest

Valley Art Center Chagrin Falls

For over 50 years VAC has been at the forefront of arts education in the Chagrin
Valley. We are committed to presenting, promoting, and teaching the arts, ...

Oak Hill Cottage

Oak Hill Cottage was owned and occupied by the family of Doctor Johannes Aten
Jones for 101 years. Built in 1847, it has seven gables, five double chimneys, ...

Founders' Day Weekend 2015

On Mother's Day, 1935 two admitted alcoholics met in the The Gate Lodge for a
seemingly insignificant meeting expected to last just minutes. These two ...

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  • Northeast

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