Fall Festivals are Back!

Fall Festivals are Back!

September 16, 2016

Mark your calendar for this year’s events.

Sept. 10: Harvest Fest/Rib Cook-off , Berlin
The rib cook-off starts at 10 a.m., with live music throughout the day, kid’s activities, and a parade at the end of the day. 

Sept. 16 & 17: Dutch Valley Fall Festival, Sugarcreek
Enjoy live music, cloggers, local food, shopping and demonstrations, such as broom, basket and candle making.

Sept. 17: Winesburg Fall Gathering
Live music, shopping and local treats make this an enjoyable event every year.

Sept. 28 – Oct. 1: Ohio Swiss Festival, Sugarcreek
In its 64th year, this festival gives visitors an opportunity to learn about the Swiss heritage and enjoy polka music, cheese, alphorns and more. 

Oct. 1 & 2: Williamsburg Festival, Wooster
Held at the Pine Tree Barn, enjoy live entertainment and historical presentations from a variety of special guests, re-enactors and more.  

Oct. 7 & 8: Charm Days 
There is a pie baking contest, the Wooly Worm Race, music, auctions, a flea market, and a volleyball and cornhole tournament.

Oct 7, 8, 10, 14, 15: Farm at Walnut Creek Fall Festival
Horseshoeing, a pumpkin slingshot, broom making, a straw castle, sheep shearing and horse drawn wagon rides make this a unique celebration. 

Oct. 8 & 9: Holmes County Antique Festival, Millersburg
This festival offers two days of markets, arts and crafts, demonstrations, great food and entertainment.

Oct. 21-23: Apple Butter Stirrin’ Festival, Coshocton
Appreciate the fall atmosphere by enjoying tours, canal boat rides, bluegrass music and the smell of fresh apple butter over a fire at this autumn festival.