Sweet Corn Festival, Millersport - September 2-5 - Enjoy hot dripping ears of sweet corn, tractor pulls, contests, crafts and lots of festival foods. Grand parade Wed 6 p.m. Hours: Wed-Fri - 5-11 p.m.; Sat - 11 a.m.-11 p.m. Free admission. For information call 740-467-3639 or visit www.sweetcornfest.com
Portsmouth River Days, Riverfront, Portsmouth - September 3-6 - Free nightly entertainment, arts, crafts, rides and more. Grand Parade Sat 11 a.m. For information call 740-357-5059 or visit www.riverdays.org
Carmel Festival, Winchester - September 4-6 - Caramel galore and a whole lot more. Enjoy a parade, live entertainment, children's show, culinary auction, baby contest, games, crafts and more. Free admission: Hours: Fri - 6-11 p.m.; Sat - 9 a.m.-11 p.m.; Sun - 1-6 p.m. For information call 937-695-0950.
Labor Day Oktoberfest, Cuyahoga County Fairgrounds, Berea - September 4-7 - A great event for the entire family with an Art Market, vintage and antique car exhibit, dance, activities for children, clown, sand castle building, great German food and more. Hours: Fri - 5-11 p.m.; Sat-Sun - noon-11 p.m.; Mon - noon-9 p.m. Admission charged. Children under 12 and parking free. For information visit www.bereaoktoberfest.com
West Jefferson Ox Roast, Garrette Park, West Jefferson - September 4-7 - A fun-filled family oriented weekend. Entertainment, food, rides, games, arts and crafts, Grand Parade on Saturday. Don't miss the famous Ox Roast sandwiches. Hours: Sat - noon-11 p.m.; Sun - 10 a.m.-11 p.m.; Mon - begins at 10 a.m. Call for information 614-879-9287, 614-560-7505 or visit www.westjeffoxroast.com
Greek Festival, Greek Orthodox Cathedral, 555 N. High St., Columbus - September 4-7 - Experience the culture of Greece and the Orthodox Christian faith during the annual Greek Festival. Hours: Fri-Sat - 11 a.m.-midnight; Sun - noon-midnight; Mon - 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Admission: $5 adults; $4 seniors, children ages 12 and under free. Call for information 614-224-9020 or visit www.GreekCathedral.com
Barberton Labor Day Festival, Lake Anna Park, Barberton - September 4-7 - Featuring musical programs, food, beauty contests, parade, fireworks and more. Call for further information 330-848-6739 or visit www.cityofbarberton.com
Mohican Tradition Arts & Crafts Festival, Central Park, Loudonville - September 5 - Handcrafted art, chicken BBQ and more. Call for information 419-994-4789.
Piqua Heritage Festival, Colonel John Johnston Farm,. St. Rt. 66 & Hardin Road, Piqua - September 5-7 - Enjoy crafts and skill demonstrations, artisans, old time entertainment, food and more. Hours: Sat-Sun - 10 a.m.-8 p.m.; Mon - 10 a.m.-5 p.m. For information call 937-773-5706 or visit http://piquaheritagefestival.com .
Milan Melon Festival, Town Square, Milan - September 5-7 - Million dollar auto display, Grand parade, arts and crafts, rides, entertainment and great food for all. Don't miss the famous Muskmelon ice cream and Watermelon sherbet. Free admission: Hours: Sat - 10 a.m.-11 p.m.; Sun - 11 a.m.-11 p.m.; Mon - 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Call for information 419-499-3254 or visit www.milanmelonfestival.org.
Canal Winchester Labor Day Festival, Downtown Canal Winchester - September 5-7 - One of Central Ohio's favorite traditions. Small town charm that reminds us of our heritage. Enjoy entertainment, cars, food, arts and crafts, rides, Labor Day parade. For information call 614-470-0949 or visit www.cwlaborday.org
Taste of Hudson, Downtown Hudson - September 6-7 - Come to historic downtown Hudson, for a 2-day celebration of food and fun. Stroll among acres of delectable food, music, entertainment, fine arts, classic and antique cars and the great specialty and boutique shops that make downtown Hudson such a unique experience. For information call 330-0650-4211 or visit www.tasteofhudson.com.
Upper Arlington Labor Day Arts Festival, Northam Park, Upper Arlington - September 7 - Fine arts and crafts festival with activities for all ages. 190 Artists, painters, photographers, ceramists, jewelers, and silent auction. Free admission. Hours: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Call for information 614-583-5310 or visit www.ua-ohio.net
Wellston Coal Festival, downtown Wellston - September 8-12 – Celebrating Wellston’s rich coal mining heritage featuring a motor coach tour of an actual working coal mine, Coal Miner Olympics, Coal Dust Sundae eating contest, Coal Mine memorabilia, Coal crafts, rides, food, free entertainment, go-cart races, car show and much more. For information visit www.wellstoncoalfestival.com.
Fredericktown Tomato Show, downtown Fredericktown - September 9-12 - Fun for everyone. Enjoy free entertainment, exhibits, parades, food and more. Call for information 740-694-8658 or visit www.tomatoshow.com
Marion Popcorn Festival, downtown Marion - September 10-12 - Food, crafts, art displays, parade, free nightly entertainment, popcorn sculpture, crafts, Wyandot Popcorn Museum and much more. Parade Thurs 6 p.m. For information visit www.popcornfestival.com .
Longaberger Heritage Day, Longaberger Homestead, Dresden - September 11-12 - Games, music, weave your own Heritage Day Basket. For information call 740-322-5588 or visit www.longabergerhomestead.com
Black Swamp Arts Festival, downtown Bowling Green - September 11-13 - Juried artists from across the country, entertainment, food and more. Hours: Fri - 5 p.m.-Midnight; Sat - 10 a.m.-Midnight; Sun - 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Call for information 419-354-2723 or visit www.blackswamparts.org
Clinton County Corn Festival, Clinton County Fairgrounds, 958 W. Main St., Wilmington - September 11-13 - Featuring antique farm machinery, parade Sat 10 a.m., games, food made from corn, quilt show, musical entertainment, antiques and crafts and the Corn Olympics. Hours: Fri - 11 a.m.-10 p.m.; Sat - 9 a.m.-11 p.m.; Sun - 9 a.m.-6 p.m. For information call 937-382-1965 or visit www.clintoncountyohio.com
Mantua Potato Festival, Buckert Park, E. High St., Mantua - September 11-13 - Featuring food made from potatoes, candy, doughnuts, piroghies, pancakes, kid's games, rides, live entertainment, classic car show, crafts, antique tractors and potato harvesting equipment, crowning of Queen. Hours: Fri - 6-11 p.m.; Sat - noon-midnight; Sun - 11 a.m.-7 p.m. Call for information 330-274-0770.
Lake County PerchFest, Fairport Harbor Lakefront Park, Lake Metroparks - September 11-13 - Don't miss the catch of the summer. Enjoy a perch fishing contest, perch fish fry, entertainment and more. Hours: Fri - 4-11 p.m.; Sat - Noon-11 p.m.; Sun - Noon-8 p.m. Free admission, parking fee. Call for further information 800-368-LAKE or visit www.perchfest.net .
Ohio River Sternwheel Festival, Ohio River Levee at Front and Greene Sts, Marietta - September 11-13 - See Sternwheel boat races, fireworks, sternwheelers docked for a weekend of fun, national and local entertainment, car show, pageants, and so much more. Tour the historic river town of Marietta. Free admission. Call for information 800-288-2577 or visit www.ohioriversternwheelfestival.org
Shelby Applefest, Courthouse Square, downtown Sidney - September 11-13 - Enjoy live entertainment on three stages, wood carvers, floral and historical areas, food, crafts, children's activities. Laser light show Fri and Sat nights - 10 p.m. All entertainment and activities are free. Hours: Fri 5-10:30 p.m.; Sat - 8 a.m.-10:30 p.m.; Sun - 10:30 a.m.-6 p.m. For information call 866-892-9122 or visit www.shelbyapplefest.com
Quailcrest Farm Herb Fair, St. Rt. 83, 5 miles N. of Wooster - September 12 - Walk in the autumn woods, relax in the gardens, explore the shops and greenhouse, enjoy artists and craftsmen, entertainment and food. 70 exhibitors, music and demonstrations. Admission: $2 per car. Hours: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Call for information 330-345-6722 or visit www.quailcrest.com .
Lithopolis Honeyfest, Wagnalls Memorial, Lithopolis - September 12 - This festival is one of a kind. Enjoy a multifaceted festival with a mission to celebrate National Honey Month. Visitors will experience the science and art of apiculture, and create a robust atmosphere rich in art, music, food, fun and people. The festival will be a full day of live entertainment, fine arts and crafts, educational bee demonstrations, and delicious food with an emphasis on honey. Hours: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. For information call 614-837-2031 or visit www.lithopolishoneyfest.com
Skunk Fest, City Park, North Ridgeville - September 12 - See the many colors of skunks and be educated on skunk awareness. Vendors will be selling various skunk items and games. The event raises money for the Skunk Shelter in Ohio. Free admission. Hours: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. For information call 216-210-3280 or visit www.skunkhaven.net
Wine, Art & Garden Festival, Roscoe Village, 381 Hill St., Coshocton - September 12 - Enjoy wine tasting, artists, garden crafts, vendors and more. For information call 800-877-1830 or visit www.roscoevillage.com
Augustine Turtlefest, Henry County Fairgrounds - September 12-13 - St. Augustine church welcomes you to an amazing good time. Place your bets on turtles you think will be big winners. Games, live music, flea market, food and more. Hours: Sat - 4:30 p.m.-Midnight; Sun - 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Call for information 419-592-6316.
Beavercreek Popcorn Festival, Dayton-Xenia Road, Beavercreek - September 12-13 - Featuring booths with festival parade, foods, tantalizing treats, special services, creative crafts, popcorn sculpture and specialties made with popcorn. For further information call 937-427-5514 or visit www.beavercreek.hcst.net/popcorn/
Antiques in the Woods, 217 St.Rt. 7, Columbiana - September 12-13 - Tractor pulls, music, classic car show, tractor parade, Civil War encampment. Hours: 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Admission: $5 adults; 12 and under free. For information call 330-550-4190 or visit www.antiquesinthewoods.com
Yankee Peddler Festival, Clay’s Park Resort, Canal Fulton - September 12-13, 19-20, 26-27- By far one of the best festivals in the state. Over 300 craftspeople demonstrating their art, great entertainment and food. Admission: $9 adults, $8 seniors, $2.50 ages 6-11, 5 and under free. Hours: 10:30 a.m.-6 p.m. Call for information 800-535-5634 or visit www.yankeepeddlerfestival.com.
Old West Festival, 1449 Greenbush Cobb Rd, between Mt. Orab and Williamsburg (off St. Rt. 32) - Sept 12-Oct 11 (weekends) - Scenes like those of John Wayne and James Stewart movies will be retold in live action. Educational and fun for the entire family. Storefronts include antique, western-themed and hand-made crafts. Visit the Long Branch Saloon, pan for gold, travel the frontier in covered wagons, ponies or horses, a 19th century steam locomotive, or visit the pioneer village. Entertainment includes medicine, saloon, magic, storytelling, can-can dancers, a gun fight reenactment and bluegrass performers. Hours: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Admission: $10 general, $6 children ages 6-12, children under 5 free. For information call 866-937-8337 or visit www.oldwestfestival.com
Berea Arts Fest, Coe Lake, south of East Bridge St., east of S. Rocky River Drive, Berea - September 13 - Enjoy professional fine artists and artisans, arts raffle, The Family Art Park, special exhibits, live entertainment, variety of foods and more. Hours: 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Free admission. Call for information 440-891-1102 or visit www.bereaartsfest.org
Crestline Harvest Antique Festival, streets of Crestline - September 17-19 - Nationally-known recording artist provide free outdoor concerts, large midway, food, beer gardens, farmers market, kids games, horticulture show, cruise-in car show, parade and more. Call for information 419-683-3800.
Akron Greek Festival, Annunciation Greek Orthodox Church, 129 S. Union St., Akron - September 17-19 - 50th anniversary. A time to celebrate the Greek Orthodox religion, and bring a little of the Greek culture to the community. Enjoy lunch and dinner in the Dining Hall featuring wonderful Greek fare such as Greek Chicken, Mousakka, Pasticcio and Greek Meatballs, spinach and cheese squares, grape leaves, gyros, Greek fries, salad and much more. Also enjoy the Greek boutique, bookstore, attic treasures, dancing and more. Free admission. For information call 330-434-0000 or visit www.annunciationakron.org.
Mohican Bluegrass Festival, Mohican Wilderness, Glenmont - September 18-20- For Bluegrass lovers everywhere. Call for information 800-837-5282, 740-599-6741 or visit www.mohicanwilderness.com
Great Mohican Indian Pow-Wow, Mohican Reservation Camp & Festival Grounds, 23270 Wally Road, Glenmont - September 18-20 - Learn Native culture and lifestyles. Enjoy Native foods, music, story telling, demonstrations, dance, drums, with over 40 Native craftsmen and traders. Hours: 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Admission $8 adult, $4 ages 6-12, preschool Free. For information call 800-766-2267 or visit www.mohicanpowwow.com
Tiffin Seneca Heritage Festival, downtown Tiffin - September 18-20 - 31st annual. Food, arts and crafts, children's area, parade, entertainment, unusual crafts and canoe races, classic car show, kiddie rides and more. Enjoy Civil War reenactments, food and crafts from the 1800s, demonstrations and shows from this time period. Living History Village: Admission $3, under 12 free; Downtown area - free. Hours: Fri - 5 p.m.-midnight; Sat - 10 a.m.-midnight; Sun - Noon-5 p.m. Call for information 419-447-5866 or visit www.tiffinfestival.com.
Napoleon Fall Festival, Henry County Fairgrounds - September 19- Enjoy live musical entertainment, car show, flea market, crafts, food vendors and more. For information call 419-599-4422.
MalintaFest, Malinta - September 19 - Small town atmosphere, big time family fun. Enjoy music, chicken bbq, kids rides, flea market, bake sale and more. For information call 419-256-7409.
Preble County Pork Festival, Preble County Fairgrounds, Eaton - September 19-20 - See sausage making demonstrations, magic show, parade, contests and entertainment. Learn new ways to prepare pork, see piglets, and pig races. Free admission and parking. For information call 937-456-7273 or visit www.porkfestival.org
Heritage Days/Herb Days, Wartinger Historical Park, 3080 Kemp Road, Beavercreek - September 19-20 - Featuring folk artisans who demonstrate and sell their handmade items, old fashioned children's activities, tours of the pioneer village, pioneer vittles, herb garden tours, handmade herb creations, jelly and more. Hours: Sat - 10 a.m.-4 p.m.; Sun - 11 a.m.-5 p.m. For information call 937-427-5514 or visit www.beavercreekhistoricalsociety.org
Johnny Appleseed Festival, Mapleside Farms, 294 Pearl Rd, Brunswick - September 19-20 - Enjoy crafters, entertainment, food, apple pie, fritters and dumplings, antique show, face painting, pony rides, and more. Admission: $3 adults, $1 children ages 7-12; ages 6 and under free. Hours: Sat - 10 a.m.-7 p.m.; Sun - 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Call for information 330-225-5577 or visit www.mapleside.com
Oldtime Farming Festival, Centerburg Community Memorial Park, Rt. 314 & Rt. 3, Centerburg - September 19-20 - Antique tractor and machinery show, contests, awards, square dancing, tractors, craft show, kid’s corner, Historical Center, food, entertainment and more. Free admission, parking, and shuttle service. Hours: Sat - 10 a.m.-10 p.m.; Sun - 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Call for information 740-625-6134 or visit www.oldtimefarmingfestival.org.
Via Colori, Short North Arts District, Columbus (unopened stretch of I-670 between High St and Neil Ave) - September 19-20 - Via Colori was first held in Naples, Florida, and has been an annual draw in other cities since the early 1990s. It is a street painting festival based on the centuries-old form of chalking images and artwork in the courtyards of cathedrals in renaissance Italy. Free and open to the public. Hours: Sat - 10 a.m.-10 p.m.; Sun - 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Call for information 239-348-1405 or visit www.viacolori.com.
Village Peddler Festival, Lake Farmpark, 8800 Chardon Rd, Kirtland - September 19-20- A quaint outdoor American Marketplace of craftsmen, outdoor cooking, apples, jams, jellies and more. Admission: $6 adults; $5 seniors 60+; $4 children ages 2-11, under 2 free. Hours: 9 a.m.-6 p.m. Call for information 800-366-3276 or visit www.lakemetroparks.com.
Oktoberfest-Zinzinnati, 6 blocks of Fifth Street; from Race Street to Broadway in Downtown Cincinnati - September 19-20 - Celebrating Cincinnati's deep German heritage. Features over 80 booths serving up authentic German food, beer, wine, soft drinks and souvenirs, live entertainment, German folk dancers, rides and interactive games. Hours: Sat - 11 a.m.-midnight; Sun - 11 a.m.-10 p.m. Free admission. For information call 513-579-3187, 513-579-3124 or visit www.oktoberfestzinzinnati.com/okt.aspx .
Pumpkinfest 2008, Pigeon Roost Farm, Hebron - September 19-October 31 - Celebrate Fall in the country. Enjoy a working farm with old barns, barnyard animals, antiques and more. Choose from thousands of pumpkins, explore the "Great Pumpkin Fun Center" with a goat walk, Bunnyville, Rocking Ranch, Corn Maze, and toddler area. Free Admission ($3 for "Fun Center"/Corn Maze). Hours: Daily 10 a.m.-7 p.m. Call for information 740-928-4925 or visit www.pigeonroostfarm.com
Wooster Arts JazzFest, Public Square, Wooster - September 20 - An exceptional event complete with New Orleans-style jazz parade, artists, food, children's area and more. Free parking: Hours: 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Call for information 330-262-6222 or visit www.woosterartsjazzfest.org
Applefest, Rhoads-Harter House, 7866 Main Street, Clinton - September 20 - Presented by the Clinton Historical Society. Enjoy barbecue chicken and pork dinners, homemade apple dumplings and apple fritters. Tour the historic home, enjoy old world artisans demonstrating their skills, listen to live music, participate in old-fashioned games for the children and more. Free admission. Hours: Noon-5 p.m. For information call 330-882-5712 or visit www.clintonohiohistoricalsociety.org.
Cedar Valley Settlers Celebration & Music Festival, Frostville Museum & Rocky River Nature Center, Rocky River Reservation, North Olmsted - September 20 - Relive the sights, sounds and smells of Ohio's frontier days. Visitors can wander the connecting trail between Frostville Museum and the nature center and enjoy a variety of crafts, folk music, food and hands-on activities, pioneer toys, candlestick-dipping, two-man saw, basket weaving, skill demonstrations and much more. Hours: 11 a.m.-5:30 p.m. Free admission. Call for information 440-734-6660 or visit www.olmstedhistoricalsociety.org.
Jackson County Apple Festival, Inc., downtown Jackson - September 22-26 - Mountains of apples and barrels of cider featuring homemade apple butter, apple pies and candy apples. Three parades, rides, displays, games, contests, food and free entertainment, car show, quilt show, crafts and more. Starts at noon on Tuesday. Call for information 740-286-1339 or visit www.jacksonapplefestival.com
Apple Butter Makin' Festival, Sauder Village, Archbold - September 22-26 - The scent of apples and spices mixed with wood fires and falling leaves signals a change of season. Guests can watch the cider boil down, and apples cook in copper kettles over an open fire. Plenty of apple-related activities and apple treats throughout the village. Admission: Adults $12.50, Children $6.50 ages 6-16, children 5 and under free; senior and AAA discounts. Hours: Tues-Fri - 10 a.m.-3:30 p.m.; Sat - 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Call for information 800-590-9755 or visit www.saudervillage.org
Barnesville Pumpkin Festival, downtown Barnesville - September 24-27 - Family oriented festival with entertainment, agricultural displays, giant parade on Sept. 26 at 2 p.m., car show, crafts, rides, games, concessions and more. For information visit www.barnesvillepumpkinfestival.com
Old Clifton Days, Village of Clifton - September 25-27 - A community festival featuring food, entertainment, crafts, antiques, large flea markets, live music and more. Free admission. Hours: Fri - 4-9 p.m.; Sat - 9 a.m.-9 p.m.; Sun - 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Call for information 937-767-8182.
Tipp City Mum Festival, City Park, Tipp City - September 25-27 - Entertainment, artisans, food, parade, kiddie tractor pull, bike tour and a multitude of mums. Free admission. Hours: Fri 4-10 p.m., Sat - 10 a.m.-9 p.m., Sun - 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Call for information 937-667-8631 or visit www.tippcitymumfestival.org.
Norton CiderFest, Columbia Woods Park, Greenwich Road, Norton - September 25-27 - Enjoy this Norton tradition with frog jumping contest, vendors, concessions, Norton Idol contest and more. Parade Saturday with Boy Scout pancake breakfast. For information call 330-825-3814.
Fall Harvest Festival, Lake Farmpark, Kirtland - September 26-27 - Fun filled activities for all ages. Antique tractor and engine show, grain threshing, corn maze, veggie art, contests, craft show, live music, food and more. Hours: 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Admission: $6 adults, $5 seniors, $4 children ages 2-11, under 2 free (free to members). Call for information 440-256-2122 or visit www.lakemetroparks.com.
Mum Festival, Lake Anna Park, Barberton - September 26-27 - The beautiful Centennial gardens will be in bloom with gorgeous garden mums. Featuring garden crafts, food, music, entertainment and more. Free admission. Hours: 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Call for information 330-848-6653.
Germantown Pretzel Festival, Veterans Memorial Park, Germantown - September 26-27 - Featuring handcrafts, food, free entertainment, historic railroad depot, log cabin, children’s play area. Hours: Sat - 9 a.m.-9 p.m.; Sun - Noon-6 p.m.For information call 937-859-8331 or visit www.pretzelfestival.com.
Fall Farm Pumpkin Festival, Young's Jersey Dairy, 6880 Springfield-Xenia Road, Springfield – September 26-27 – Many fun family activities such as horse-drawn wagon rides, pony rides, donut frying, caramel apple dipping and more. A fun and entertaining day on the farm. Hours: noon-6 p.m. Free admission. Call for information 937-325-0629 or visit www.youngsdairy.com
Ohio Gourd Show, Darke County Fairgrounds, Greenville - September 26-27 – 47th annual. Fresh gourds and gourd crafts are displayed. Demonstrations on cleaning, carving, wood burning, painting and more. Hours: Sat - 9 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sun - 9 a.m.-4 p.m. Call for information 937-547-0025 or visit www.ohiogourdsociety.org/ohiochapter.
Geneva Area Grape Jamboree, Geneva - September 26-27 - Celebrating the harvesting of grapes. Visitors can taste grapes, grape juice, wine and various grape products. Enjoy entertainment, grape stomping, parades, art show, crafts, concessions, antiques, rides and more. A JAM-packed weekend for the entire family. For information call 440-466-JAMB or visit www.grapejamboree.com
FallFest: 18th Century Festival, Meadows Picnic Area, Brecksville Reservation - September 27 - Experience what life was like when Ohio was a young frontier settlement. Skilled craftspeople will depict the pioneer era. Volunteers demonstrate primitive cooking methods, cider pressing, hide tanning, basket weaving, chair caning, quilting, and more. Free admission. Hours: 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Call for information 440-526-1012.
Wildlife Festival, Penitentiary Glen Reservation, 8668 Kirtland-Chardon Rd, Kirtland - September 27 - Celebrate wildlife, live animals, costumed critters, crafts and more. Free admission. Hours - noon-4 p.m. Call for information 440-256-1404.
Utica Homecoming, Downtown Utica - September 30-October 3 - 77th annual. Enjoy amusement rides, food, games, arts & crafts, exhibits, Harvest Time Parade, Pet Parade, entertainment, Car, Truck & Motorcycle cruise-in and so much more. Free admission and parking. For information call 740-892-2211 or visit www.uticahomecoming.org/about.html
Ohio Swiss Festival, Sugarcreek - September 30-October 3 - A symphony of Swiss music, authentic Swiss costumes, tones of Swiss cheese, parades, continuous entertainment, Swiss athletic events, free dancing to top polka bands and much more. Kiddie parade; and Swiss Festival parade. Call for information 330-852-4113 or 888-609-7592 or visit www.sugarcreekohio.org/swissfestival.htm.
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