Both museums open for the season today.
Selected pieces from ceramics artist Tim Frederich. Functional and decorative objects by internationally-known potters. Admission always free.
Tickets available online, or at the theatre box office in advance, or at the door.
Adults $10, students (13-17yrs old) $5, under 13 FREE! Tickets available at the door.
Third floor garret open during regular library hours.
Stroll through historic downtown Lancaster and visit many businesses offering chocolate treats! Tickets available in advance, limited quatity available.
Welcome history buffs, dealers, collectors, and educators. Period cookware, clothing, early firearms, jewelry, more. Admission $3, children under 12 free.
Breakfast, fun, games, crafts, pictures with the Bunny. Admission $6 (children 2 and under – free). All proceeds beenfit Pickerington Food Pantry.
Kathy Krause will be portraying noted Civil War spy Sarah Emma Edmonds. Presentation will feature a display of quilt design codes used in in Ohio in the Underground Railroad during the Civil War.
6:30 PM pre-party with hospitality tent, food trucks and opening band. Elizabeth Cook concert 8:30 PM. Tickets online, Festival office or at the door.
Over 100 crafters and vendors from all over Ohio, ans many local vendors as well. $1.00 admission donation goes to “Newspapers In Education”.
Alley Park Nature Center. Earth Day activities free, breakfast $4 per person, free parking.
Enjoy a unique and beautiful blend of music played on five octaves of Malmark bells and chimes.
World-class soloists on trumpet, French horn, and trombone, present classical and jazz masterworks of all eras adapted for this unique and versatile instrumentation.
Back by popular demand! Let Spirited Creations guide you as you create your own masterpiece and enjoy a wine tasting.