Location: Fairfield County Fairgrounds, Lancaster, OH Lancaster, Ohio 43130
The Native American Celebration is held every January at the Fairfield County Fairgrounds in Lancaster.
Location: Alley Park S of Lancaster, Ohio off Rt 33 Lancaster, Ohio 43130
Watch tree tapping, visit the sugar house and pancake breakfast.
Location: Fairfield County Fairgrounds Lancaster, Ohio 43130
Vintage cars, cruise-in, food, entertainment, fun for all.
Location: around town and at the Ohio University, Lancaster Branch Campus Lancaster, Ohio 43130
A World Class Celebration of Music and the Arts. Join the Lancaster Festival Orchestra, hundreds of musicians and artists for more than 75 performances during the 10 day Festival! Musical choices from Classical to Jazzy. An ArtWalk is held on the first Friday night 6 – 10 p.m.
Location: Downtown Lancaster, Ohio Lancaster, Ohio 43130
Celebration of the Arts with visual and performance arts throughout downtown Lancaster from 6-10 pm. Free event that brings crowds of people to Lancaster.
Location: Toll Gate Middle School, 12089 Toll Gate Rd NW, Pickerington, Ohio 43147
Time: Various times each day
Location: Millersport Historic Lions Park, Chautauqua Blvd Millersport,, Ohio 43046
Come enjoy the hot butter flavored sweet corn served fresh daily by the festival’s sponsors, the Millersport Lions Club. Festival hours: Wednesday through Friday 5 p.m. to 11 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m. to midnight. Free admission, fee charged for parking. Free brochure: Box 337, Millersport, Ohio 43046
Location: The Wagnalls Memorial Foundation 150 E Columbus St. Lithopolis, Ohio 43136
Celebrate National Honey Month at Ohio’s only honey festival! American Honey Queen, bee beard, honey, honey tasting, observation hives, honey extracting, honey made food, Honey Cook-Off. Fine quality artisans, live music, photo contest. Busy Beehive Kids Crafts Booth. Free parking. Free admission
Location: Alley Park Lancaster, Ohio 43130
The Frontier Players Association is proud to be presenting their annual production of Frontier Spirit 1799. The production will also emphasize the 1799 village highlighting numerous demonstrations including artillery firing, militia drill, and period trades. 18th century musicians will play throughout the day to entertain as you watch games common to the late 1700’s. A 1799 church service will be held at 9 am Sunday. Services are open to the public.
Location: Fairfield County Fairgrounds, 157 E Fair Ave, Lancaster, Ohio 43130
Last County fair of the year. Animals, rides, entertainment. Family fun.