St. Louisville Glass will be at the 49th Salt Fork Arts & Crafts Festival at Cambridge City Park, Cambridge, OH. As one of Ohio’s longest running festivals, there will be over 90 artists representing a wide variety of mediums. There will be food vendors, entertainment, activities for kids, and many artists will be demonstrating their craft. This three day festival will take place: Friday, August 10th from 3pm-8pm, Saturday, August 11th from 10am-7pm, and Sunday, August 12th from 10am-7pm. Hope to see you there!
Join us in celebrating the 10th Annual Y-Bridge Art Festival! Located at Zane’s Landing Park, downtown Zanesville, Ohio. Hours on August 3 - 2pm to 9pm & August 4 -11am to 9pm. There will be art, food, activities, and live entertainment.
Join St. Louisville Glass in celebrating the 45th Annual Westerville Music & Arts Festival! It's at Heritage Park in Westerville, Ohio from: July 14 - 10am to 7pm & July 15 - 10am to 4pm. We are booth #46 located around the pond.
If you're looking for pumpkins with a flair of homespun Americana, there's no better place to go than to one of the nation's largest pumpkin festivals - the 111th Circleville Pumpkin Show, October 18-21,2017 in Circleville (25 miles south of Columbus in Central Ohio). The Circleville Pumpkin Show attracts over 400,000 visitors to this small Midwest community of 13,000. Visitors come to see giant pumpkins, 7 parades, entertainment, contests and sample pumpkin-flavored delicacies. This show has been called "The Greatest Free Show on Earth" since admission is free. The Circleville Pumpkin Show kicks off with area pumpkin growers vying for the coveted Giant Pumpkin Trophy. The current Giant Pumpkin record at the Circleville Pumpkin Show holder was grown by Circleville's Robert & Jo Liggett at 1964 pounds.
The Circleville Pumpkin Show is filled with family entertainment including live music, 7 parades each with its own theme, amusement rides, and over 400 food booths, games, retail and craft vendors. The Circleville Pumpkin show covers more than nine city blocks in downtown Circleville. More than 100,000 pounds of pumpkins, squash, and gourds are featured in a large street display. Free Admission, Free Parking!
On Market Day, Worthington's largest one-day festival, artisans gather on the streets of downtown Worthington to present a colorful and varied display of quality hand-crafted goods from jewelry, pottery and ceramics to beautiful paintings, decorative clothing and unique wood products. More than 250 exhibitors typically display their wares each year, and an estimated crowd of 20,000 visitors and residents enjoy the event throughout the day. Community and local charitable groups also have fundraising and informational booths on display, and a host of food vendors provide meals, snacks and concessions ranging from signature local restaurant dishes to carnival-atmosphere snacks.
Event parking is available at Thomas Worthington High School, 300 W. Dublin-Granville Road, west of Evening Street. A free shuttle service will run from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. The shuttles travel from the high school to parking lot of The Worthington Inn and back, and from the high school to the Griswold Center and back.
Worthington police, engineering and safety officials work year-long with the Chamber to plan for the anticipated people, vehicles and business patronage the festival brings to our community. As the event nears, please check website and Facebook posts from local government that explain traffic patterns and parking accommodations on the day of the event. Limited parking may be available at the Worthington United Methodist Church via Hartford Street, and at the Worthington Municipal Parking Lot west of High Street behind The Worthington Inn. The municipal parking lot on E. New England Avenue is reserved for handicapped parking only during the event.
Market Day is the ideal time to support your favorite downtown businesses and local community groups. Many other community groups take advantage of the lively atmosphere on Market Day, with neighbors and guests assembling in the heart of our community, to offer complementary activities for all ages. Watch for announcements about activities from libraries, the historical society, schools, senior organizations, Old Worthington Partnership and downtown merchants.
Mark your calendars for The 2017 Thornville Backwoods Fest. Over 300 vendors, more than 30 different kinds of food and 3 days of bluegrass music.
September 15th, 16th & 17th Friday 8-6, Saturday 8-6 and Sunday 8-5.
Adult admission $9.00 Kids 10 and under are free and parking is free!