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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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The Lorain Arts Council

The Lorain Arts Council is an organization dedicated to the recognition and
awareness of the arts in Northeast Ohio. Composed of caring individuals who ...

Lake County History Center

The Lake County History Center Museum and Historic Village is an 8-acre
complex located minutes from I90 in Painesville Township, about 25 miles east of

Hancock County Courthouse

Historical Courthouse at the County Seat. John Hancock adorns the top dome.
Tours available by calling for an appointment.

Rivers, Trails & Ales Festival

Come enjoy hot buttered Ohio sweet corn served fresh on the cob and piping hot!
Bring the whole family to experience a wide variety of delicious foods, ...

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  • Southeast

Family Traditions Weekend

The young and young at heart will enjoy a special weekend centered at the
historic Union Station, the old Train Depot in Cambridge.

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  • Southeast

39th Annual Old Fashioned Farmers' Days

The 39th annual Old Fashioned Farmers' Show will feature antique tractors &
machinery, threshing, gas engines, a sawmill, kids and adult pedal tractor pull, ...

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  • Northwest

The Celebration of the Decade

Join the Quaker Heritage Center as it celebrates its 10th anniversary with this
special retrospective exhibit, highlighting visitor favorites from the over ...

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  • Southwest

Coshocton Co. Antique Power Annual Summer Show

Each summer, enjoy hundreds of antique tractors and other antique power
equipment at this popular event., including the parade at 5:00 p.m. on Saturday.

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  • Northeast

Picasso at the Lapin Agile by Steve Martin

This long runningOff-Broadway absurdist comedy places Albert Einstein and Pablo
Picasso in a Parisian café in 1904, just before the renowned scientist ...

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  • Northwest

Cooke-Dorn House Historic Site

The city of Sandusky is know for its collection of limestone buildings including
this magnificent example of Greek Revival architecture.

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