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Memorial Day Weekend Update 2016

MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND

All Weekend:

New Straitsville Moonshine Festival - THURSDAY THROUGH SUNDAY

Main Street, New Straitsville; 5 pm Thur & Fri; 11 am Sat; noon Sun; 740-394-2239 or 740-394-2727

Located in the rolling hills of Southeastern Ohio, the festival features a variety of events including a working Moonshine Still Display, local history museum, flea market vendors, moonshine burgers, moonshine pie, moonshine doggies, carnival rides and games, good food, souvenirs, talent show, Cruise-In, and 2 parades concluding with the Grande Parade on Memorial Day. Back by popular demand at the Moonshine Festival we will have a Garden Tractor Pull and a Pedal Pull.

Tubing on the Hocking River - FRIDAY THROUGH TUESDAY

Hocking Hills Adventures; 31251 Chieftain Dr, Logan; 740-385-8685; $17 per tube; reservations are not required

First Weekend for Tubing on the Hocking River. 5 miles, 4-5 hours. Looking for something fun to do wile in the Hocking Hills? Grab a tube and head out on the river. Tubing is summer's most refreshing activity and we make it convenient and easy. Be prepared to relax the entire day as you float leisurely downstream. The trip starts at Crocketts Run and concludes at the Canoe Livery. Tubing is available on a first come first serve basis.

Duck Creek Log Jam - FRIDAY THROUGH SUNDAY

Duck Creek Camping & Outdoor Events Area, 28508 Murphy Rd, Logan; $65 - $150; www.duckcreeklogjam.com

Start the 2016 Festival Season off right with this genuine, home grown, off-the-beaten-path music festival set in Ohio's most scenic region. Stomp your feet, holler out loud, meet new friends, party the night away & enjoy the great outdoors during this truly unique festival.

Feast of the Flowering Moon Festival - THURSDAY THROUGH SUNDAY

Yoctangee Park, Riverfront, Chilicothe; 800-413-4118; noon to 10:30 Thur & Fri; 9 am to 10:30 pm Sat; 9 am to 6 pm Sun; FREE

Chillicothe, Ohio's first capital city, rich in Indian history, hosts the annual Feast of the Flowering Moon Festival. Started in 1984, the festival draws crowds of approximately 85,000. Yoctangee Park, in historic downtown, makes a perfect setting for this family oriented three-day event featuring Native American music, dancing, traders and exhibits, a mountain men encampment rendezvous with working craftsmen and demonstrations, an extensive arts and crafts show with over 80 crafter's and commercial exhibits. Entertainment is continuous on the main stage with good food, fun, games and contests for the whole family to enjoy. This is an educational experience for the entire family. Handicap parking is available at the Feast. The handicap parking will be from the Alley of West Water by crafts etc glad tidings to Walnut St.

Memorial Day Weekend at Smoke Rise Ranch - SATURDAY & SUNDAY

Smoke Rise Ranch, 6751 Hunterdon Rd, Glouster; 740-767-2624; $20 - $175 to camp or for cabin; reservations required

Saturday Cowboy Trail challenge, Guided Group Day Ride, Potluck Cowboy Dinner, Campfire, Music and Dancing.

Sunday Fun Day Ranch Rodeo, Campfire, Music and Dancing

 

FRIDAY, MAY 27

Cedar Falls Stroll

Hocking Hills State Park, Cedar Falls, State Route 374; 740-385-6841; 10 am; FREE

Join the Hocking Hills State Park Naturalist to explore Cedar Falls and discover the unique natural and cultural history of this area of the park.

Stream Stompin'

Hocking Hills State Park, Ash Cave, State Route 56; 740-385-6841; 2 pm; FREE

Join the naturalist outside the shelter house at Ash Cave for an exploration of what might live in our many streams here at Hocking. Please come dressed to get your feet wet and footgear must be worn at all times.

Carry In Club

Scenic Hills Senior Center, 187 S Spring St, Logan; 740-385-6581; 5 pm; FREE

Bring a covered dish to share! Free. Everyone welcome!

Final Fridays - Takin' it to the Streets

Historic Public Square, Nelsonville; 740-753-1011; 5:30 pm to 9:30 pm; FREE

Takin' it to the Streets! Schedule for May 27th 2016 5:30-9:30 pm On the Square-Special Happenings: 7 to 8pm. Patty Mitchell & Robert Lockheed will amaze you were their exciting balloon creations. Look for them in a tent on the South side of the Square. 5:30 to 9:30 Drum Circle at the Fountain. Everyone bring a drum and join in the fun! Ugata will add to the drumming experience. Their mission is to enrich our culture while honoring our ancestors by living in unison with the forces of nature using universal rhythms for education and inspiration.

Music at the Winery - FRIDAY & SATURDAY

Hocking Hills Winery, 30402 Freeman Rd, Logan; 6 pm to 9 pm

Join the Hocking Hills Winery for an evening of live music, wine and relaxing with the sounds of Todd Martin on Friday and Joe Rollin' Porter on Saturday. Bring your own appetizers or food, call for a pizza delivery or just enjoy the music. Order wine by the glass, bottle, or just by the taste.

Live Music at the Millstone - FRIDAY & SATURDAY

Millstone Southern Smoked BBQ, 12790 Grey Street, Logan; 740-385-5341; 6 pm to 9 pm

Enjoy Live music on the patio weather permitting, Friday night Rockbridge Crossing will be performing, Saturday night enjoy the Rick Miller Duo. (concerts are weather permitting)

The Hitch-Hikers Reunion Show

Stuart's Opera House; 52 Public Square, Nelsonville; 740-753-1924; 7 pm; $12 - $15

Come and join Nelsonville's own The Hitch-Hikers for their 5/50 show. The guys are back for one more once, but what's up with the 5/50? Well, it's been 5 years since the band got back together and played in 2011 for the first time in 45 years. The original band members were joined by Zach and Dusty for the kick-off concert. This year is the 50th class reunion for Jon, Mike and Terry who formed the band in 1965. So the numbers 5 and 50 are very special to all these guys. So get your dancin' shoes on and join the fun. Hitch-Hikers say: "Be there or be square"!

SATURDAY, MAY 28

Conkle's Creep

Hocking Hills State Park, Conkle's Hollow State Nature Preserve, State Route 374 & Big Pine Rd; 740-385-6841; 10 am; FREE

Conkle's Hollow state nature preserve is one of the most unique locations in the Hocking Hills. Join the naturalist in the parking area for a short hike to find out why. Pets are not allowed in State Nature Preserves.

Logan in Bloom Kick-off & Auction

The Bowen House, 196 N Market St, Logan; 740-385-0344; 11:30 am

This year's floral colors are red, white, and blue in keeping with Logan's Bicentennial Celebration. Numerous items will be auctioned to raise funds for the LIB committee to purchase materials and flowers that are planted each year in downtown Logan.

Items such as original artwork, Logan Clay Products clay sculptures, hand crafted pots, wind chimes, a quilted red/white/blue table runner, Webb's Perennials flats of flowers, and other items will be auctioned off. Art students have painted 4 ft. X 4 ft. floral panels for downtown display and will receive cash prizes based upon the "most votes" received.

Logan High School Alumni Day

The Bowen House, 196 N Market St, Logan; 740-385-0344; 10am to afternoon

Annual "homecoming" event hosted by The Bowen House. (Class of 1966 celebrates its 50th anniversary.) The Bowen House invites all LHS graduates as well as former and current teachers who have published books to be part of the Alumni Day book sales and signing event. Guests will be able to taste Logan treats such as a Shake Shoppe Stuffed Shirt or a Walsh's cookie! Musical entertainment by the LHS Jazz Band! Logan in Bloom celebration in the AM. Info: Susan Dietz at 740.385.3520.

Tea Time with Chef Katie McGushin

The Inn at Hocking College; 15770 St Rt 691, Nelsonville; 740-753-7132; 11 am to 3 pm; $40 per person; reservations required

Chef Katie treats students to a variety of amazing tea-time recipes, including how to brew the perfect cup. Hocking College offers a variety of leisure learning classes that are focused on creating a rich, creative environment that inspires life-long learning. Classes are hands-on, fun and educational and everyone is welcome!

Reptile Rampage!

Hocking Hills State Park, Naturalist Cabin at Old Man's Cave, State Route 664 S; 740-385-6841; 2 pm; FREE

What makes a reptile a reptile? What is cold-blooded? Who lives around here? For the answers to these and other questions, join the naturalist at the Naturalist Cabin located behind the Old Man's Cave Visitor Center.

Wine, Food & Music featuring Poppy's Roadside Diner

Rockside Winery & Vineyards, 2363 St Rt 37 S, Lancaster; 740-687-4414; 5 pm to 8 pm

You've worked hard this week. Now it's time to WINE down at Rockside Winery & Vineyards. You deserve it! Enjoy excellent wine, pizza and conversation in our beautiful vineyard setting. Come enjoy the best local wine, live local music and some amazing food from Poppy's Roadside Diner. Poppy's is a locally owned and operated food truck based in Newark, Ohio. Poppy's is proud to serve many locally sourced items on their menu and they specialize in American comfort food, and serve a wide variety of your favorites. Their fare includes three types of specialty Reuben sandwiches, made with only premium cuts of meat, fresh sauerkraut, and artisan breads. Their burgers are hand pattied from lean ground beef, always fresh & never frozen. Poppy's offers a wide variety of cheeses, so there is always something to please every one.They also serve fresh cut French fries and portions are generous. You won't leave hungry! Follow them on Facebook at Poppy's Roadside Diner.

Rockbridge Crossing at Shade Winery

Shade Winery, 401 Gilkey Ridge Rd, Shade; 740-696-1323; 5 pm to 8 pm

Shade Winery presents live music, wines by the bottle glass, or even a taste. Bring your own food or enjoy the food truck menu.

SUNDAY, MAY 29

Flaming Torchlight Canoe Trip

Hocking Hills Adventures, 31251 Chieftain Dr, Logan; 740-385-8685; 7 pm to 9 pm; $42 per canoe

Night time on the Hocking River is magical, and nothing is more exciting than experiencing it by torchlight: flickering flames reflecting on rippling water, golden eyes blinking from surrounding trees, all bathed in a surreal, golden glow. For romantics, friends and families, the river by torchlight is an unforgettable delight.

Refreshments and music.

MONDAY, MAY 30

Memorial Day Parade and Bowen House Reception

The Bowen House, 196 N Market St, Logan; 740-385-0344;

Join in the parade from Logan's Town Center, following Market Street to Oak Grove Cemetery. The Parade is followed by a Veteran's Day gathering at the Bowen house until 2 PM.

Children's Chorus at The Bowen House

The Bowen House, 196 N Market St, Logan; 740-385-0344; 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm; FREE

Stop in and listen to the delightful sounds of the Children's Chorus every Monday.

TUESDAY, MAY 31

 

Bike Night at the Millstone

Millstone Southern Smoked BBQ, 12790 Grey St, Logan; 740-385-5341; 6 pm to 9 pm

Live music on the patio - Enjoy listening to the sounds of the Charlie Tatman Trio. Weather permitting.

Farmers' Markets

WEDNESDAYS, THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS - Athens Farmers Market. Come meet the farmers and producers behind the local food movement. Look for vendors selling produce, meats, eggs, cheese, jarred products, baked goods and lots more. Hours are 9 a.m. - 12 noon on Wednesdays and Saturdays and 4 - 7 p.m. on Thursdays (through September). Location: Market on State, 1002 E. State St., Athens; for more information, call 740-593-6763 or visit athensfarmersmarket.org.

FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY - Flea & Farmers' Market at Hocking Hills Market; US 33, Rockbridge. This is a large flea market with many outside and inside vendors every weekend - Friday through Sunday - featuring unique items, antiques, collectibles, beautiful crafts and outstanding in-season produce.

SATURDAYS - Lancaster Farmers Market. Open 8 a.m. - 12 noon through October 31 at the corner of Memorial Drive and Wheeling Street (Government Services parking lot). Call 740-569-4563 or visit www.lancasterohfarmersmarket.org for more information.

SATURDAYS - Nelsonville Farmers Market. Open 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. through October 31 at the corner of E. Canal Street and Rocky Boots Way, across the street from Rocky Boots Store. Call 740-517-5012 for more information.

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Your Weekend Update for May 6, 2016

FRIDAY, MAY 6

Spring Flower Sale at Scenic Hills Senior Center

Scenic Hills Senior Center, 187 N. Spring Street, Logan, 8 a.m. - 6 p.m.

A large selection at great prices! Hanging baskets, bedding plants; assorted flowers and vegetables will be available; flowers by Rick Webb, too. The sale will take place on the front lawn. Call 740-385-6581 for more information; FREE.

Wonders of Old Man's Cave

Hocking Hills State Park, St. Rt. 664 S, Logan, 9 a.m.

Meet the Naturalist at the Naturalists' Cabin, behind Old Man's Cave Visitor Center, for a short hike to discover some facts about the history of the area and the rock formations that are found throughout the park. Call 740-385-6841 for more information; FREE.

Vinton County Wild Turkey Festival

Downtown McArthur 11 a.m. - 11 p.m.

Watch the downtown streets of McArthur come alive with food, music, and fun for the whole family. The festival includes great nightly entertainment on the sound stage, carnival rides and games, car show, quilt show, queen and baby contests. Call 800-596-4459 for more information; FREE.

Ladies Night Out

Downtown Lancaster, 5 - 8 p.m.

Bring your girlfriends, sisters, daughters and mothers out for a fun night dedicated to the Ladies. Participating Downtown Businesses are open Friday with specials, refreshments, demonstrations, live music and more. Pick up a free 'Ladies Night Out' event pass at any participating business. Event passes will list all of the fun events at each location. As you go to any of these locations, ask for a stamp in your event pass. Once you have at least 5 stamps in your pass you can drop it off at any participating business and be entered in the drawing for the GIFT BASKET OF GIFT CERTIFICATES! This basket will have a $10 gift certificate to every participating business! The drawing will take place on the Tuesday following the event. Call 740-277-6607 for more information; FREE.

Live Music at the Hocking Hills Winery

Hocking Hills Winery, 30402 Freeman Road, Logan, 6 - 9 p.m.

Join the Hocking Hills Winery for an evening of live music, wine and relaxing with the sounds of T.J. George. Bring your own appetizers or food, call for a pizza delivery or just enjoy the music. Call 740- 385-7117 for more information; FREE.

The Sunshine Boys

Lancaster Playhouse, 201 S. Broad Street, Lancaster, 7 p.m.

A comic masterpiece written by Neil Simon about showbiz, aging, and friendship! Story focuses on characters Al Lewis and Willie Clark, a one-time vaudevillian team known as 'Lewis and Clark'. Call 740-974-6648 for tickets and information;

 

SATURDAY, MAY 7

45th Annual Pancake Feast

American Legion Post 78, 12845 State Route 664 S, Logan, 7 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Enjoy an all-you-can-eat pancake breakfast while supporting the work of the Logan Rotary Club. COST: $6 adults, $3 children 5-10, free for children under 5.

Tour de Forest

Stuart's Opera House, 52 Public Square, Nelsonville, 7 a.m. - 5 p.m.

11th Annual Little Cities Tour de Forest Benefit Bicycle Ride beginning and ending on Nelsonville's Historic Public Square.Various routes take riders through the forested hills of southeastern Ohio on both level and challenging courses.Please note that helmets are required on this ride. Call 740-394-3011 for more information; COST: $25 (includes provided lunch & ride bandana).

Warblers of Ash Cave

Hocking Hills State Park, St. Rt. 56, Logan, 9 a.m.

Join the Naturalist at the Parking area at Ash Cave for a hike to experience the return of the spring warblers and other avian species. Hocking Hills State Park is one of the best places for birding due to the unique ecosystem of the gorge and this program is for the beginner or long tine birder. Bring alone binoculars and a cool drink and come dressed for the weather. Call 740-385-6841 for more information; FREE.

Youth Fishing Tournament

Lake Hope State Park, McArthur, 9 a.m. - 11 a.m.

Meet at the parking lot below the Lake Hope Dam for this tournament for kids from 1 - 16 years old. Adults must be present with each child. Bring your youngsters for this free youth fishing tournament at the Lake Hope State Park dam, every kid leaves with a trophy, cookout afterwards sponsored by the Friends of Lake Hope. Call 740-596-3030 for more information; FREE.

Spring Craft Show at Lake Hope

Lake Hope Dining Lodge, 27331 State Route 278, McArthur, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Handcrafted items by regional artists at the Lake Hope Dining Lodge. Call 740-596-3030 for more information; FREE.

Take a Hike Days

Camp Oty'Okwa, 24799 Purcell Rd., South Bloomingville, 10 a.m. - 12 noon

Camp Oty'Okwa is hosting free community hikes on its property on the first Saturday of each month. Participants of all ages will get the chance to explore some of the most beautiful land the Hocking Hills has to offer, including hemlock forests, sandstone gorges, and much, much more. All hikes will be led by experienced camp naturalists and staff members. Please bring environmentally friendly snacks, reusable water bottles, and binoculars. Call 740-975-6384 for more information; FREE.

Vinton County Wild Turkey Festival

Downtown McArthur 11 a.m. - 11 p.m.

Watch the downtown streets of McArthur come alive with food, music, and fun for the whole family. The festival includes great nightly entertainment on the sound stage, carnival rides and games, car show, quilt show, queen and baby contests. Call 800-596-4459 for more information; FREE.

Hocking's Birds of Prey

Naturalist Cabin near Old Man's Cave Visitors Center, Hocking Hills State Park, St. Rt. 664 S, Logan, 9 a.m.

Join the naturalist at the Naturalist Cabin behind Old Man's Cave Visitor Center for a closer look at Ohio's hawks, owls, eagles and vultures. Call 740-385-6841 for more information; FREE.

The Sunshine Boys

Lancaster Playhouse, 201 S. Broad Street, Lancaster, 2 and 7 p.m.

A comic masterpiece written by Neil Simon about showbiz, aging, and friendship! Story focuses on characters Al Lewis and Willie Clark, a one-time vaudevillian team known as 'Lewis and Clark'. Call 740-974-6648 for tickets and information;

Legion Sons Monthly Steak Fry

American Legion Post 78, 12845 State Route 664 S, Logan, 4 - 7 p.m.

The Legion Sons of American Legion Post 78 put on this great steak fry on the first Saturday of each month. Come join us for a good meal, with the proceeds helping our community & supporting two Legion baseball teams. COST: $11/person Call 740-385-8811 for more information.

Live Music at RockSide Winery

Rockside Winery & Vineyards, 2363 Lancaster Newark NE Rd, Lancaster, 5 - 8 p.m.

Join us for a wide variety of entertainment from musicians across the state of Ohio. There is never a cover charge, no reservations required and wine is available by the taste, glass, and bottle. This week we are joined by Dan Heidt. Outside food is allowed if you would prefer to bring your own picnic or order in pizza from one of the fantastic local pizzerias. Call 740-687-4414 for more information; FREE.

Live Music at the Hocking Hills Winery

Hocking Hills Winery, 30402 Freeman Road, Logan, 6 - 9 p.m.

Join the Hocking Hills Winery for an evening of live music, wine and relaxing with the sounds of Jeremy Gibson. Bring your own appetizers or food, call for a pizza delivery or just enjoy the music. Call 740- 385-7117 for more information; FREE.

 

SUNDAY, MAY 8

Vinton County Wild Turkey Festival

Downtown McArthur 11 a.m. - 11 p.m.

Watch the downtown streets of McArthur come alive with food, music, and fun for the whole family. The festival includes great nightly entertainment on the sound stage, carnival rides and games, car show, quilt show, queen's and baby contests. Call 800-596-4459 for more information; FREE.

Second Sunday Beadmaking

Ohio Glass Museum, 124 W. Main Street, Lancaster, 1 - 4 p.m.

Watch engaging demos, or choose to try it yourself! Join us on a new monthly creative adventure!Theresa Cress-Sharp will be narrating and performing live glass beadmaking demonstrations as part of your OGM tour on the Second Sunday of each month.You'll see rods of beautifully colored glass become molten and shaped into intricate beads! Call 740-687-0101 for more information; COST: $20.

Mother's Day Buffet at Hocking Hills Dining Lodge

Hocking Hills Dining Lodge, 20020 State Route 664 South, Logan, 10 a.m. - 4 p.m.

Come to the heart of Hocking and celebrate Mom with us. See website for complete menu, including our on-site smoked meats. Call 740-380-0400 for more information; COST: $24.95 per person, half price for kids 5-12.

Mother's Day Grand Buffet at The Olde Dutch

12791 St. Rt. 664 South, Logan, 10:30 a.m. - 7 p.m.

Mother's Day Grand Buffet: carved ham, broasted chicken, roast beef, roast turkey, ham loaf, chicken livers, cabbage rolls, macaroni & cheese, sweet potato casserole, chicken & noodles, stuffing, assorted vegetables, homemade rolls, cheesy potato soup, super salad bar, pie (coconut cream, peanut butter cream, strawberry cream, dutch apple, pecan & sugar free), bread pudding, apple crisp & strawberry mousse. Drink is included and moms receive a free" carnation. Call 740-385-1000 for more information; COST: $15.99/adults, $4.99/kids 3-10, FREE/kids under 3.

Mother's Day Buffet at Lee's Banquet Haus

580 Radio Lane, Logan, 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.

All-You-Can-Eat Buffet includes: broasted chicken, roast beef, roast turkey, carved pit ham, whipped potatoes, scalloped potatoes, vegetables, salads, rolls and full assortment of desserts. COST: $15.95/ adults, $5.95/kids 3-10, FREE/kids under 3.

Mother's Day Brunch at Inn & Spa at Cedar Falls

21190 St. Rt. 374, Logan, 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Inn & Spa at Cedar Falls Restaurant will offer Sunday lunch menu and something special for Mother's Day. Mothers receive a free dessert. Call 800-653-2557 for reservations or more information; COST: Menu prices.

Mother's Day Fine Dining at Glenlaurel

14940 Mt. Olive Rd., Rockbridge, 1 and 5 p.m. seatings

Looking for a truly magnificent gift for your Mother? Spoil her (and yourself!) with an amazing gourmet meal at Glenlaurel. We're accepting reservations for a 1 p.m. seating for a four-course lunch and a 5 p.m. seating for a six-course fine dining experience that's sure to delight.Call 1-800-809-7378 or 740-385-2951 ext. 306 for more information and to make a reservation; COST: $39/lunch and $49/dinner.

MONDAY, MAY 9

Gospel Carry-In & Sing

Scenic Hills Senior Center, 187 S. Spring Street, Logan, 5 p.m.

Enjoy a night of gospel singing while sharing dinner with friends. Bring a covered dish to share. Everyone welcome! Call 740-385-3548 for more information; FREE.

TUESDAY, MAY 10

Elephant Revival In Concert

Stuart's Opera House, 46 Public Square, Nelsonville, 7:30 p.m.

Stuart's welcomes back Elephant Revival to Nelsonville for their first visit to our stage after a crowd favorite set at the 2015 Nelsonville Music Festival! This Nederland, Colorado quintet are quite a sight to experience - especially when they fall into the pocket of a groove containing elements of gypsy, rock, Celtic, alt-country and folk. DEAD HORSES WILL OPEN THE SHOW! Call 740-753-1924 for more information and to order tickets; COST: $15 - $23.

THURSDAY, MAY 12

Wine & Canvas

The Hocking Hills Winery, 30402 Freeman Rd., Logan, 6 - 9 p.m.

A little nervous to paint? Don't be! No talent or experience is necessary. Our talented instructors will guide you step-by-step! You will be amazed at your very own work of ART! Relax, have a glass of wine and paint. Register at wineandcanvas.com, choose the Zanesville location and key in this coupon code: ZNV5. All supplies will be waiting for you at Hocking Hills Winery. Call 740- 385-7117 for more information; COST: $35 with code ZNV5.

Farmers' Markets

 

WEDNESDAYS, THURSDAYS AND SATURDAYS - Athens Farmers Market. Come meet the farmers and producers behind the local food movement. Look for vendors selling produce, meats, eggs, cheese, jarred products, baked goods and lots more. Hours are 9 a.m. - 12 noon on Wednesdays and Saturdays and 4 - 7 p.m. on Thursdays (through September). Location: Market on State, 1002 E. State St., Athens; for more information, call 740-593-6763 or visit athensfarmersmarket.org.

FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY - Flea & Farmers' Market at Hocking Hills Market; US 33, Rockbridge. This is a large flea market with many outside and inside vendors every weekend - Friday through Sunday - featuring unique items, antiques, collectibles, beautiful crafts and outstanding in-season produce.

SATURDAYS - Lancaster Farmers Market. Open 8 a.m. - 12 noon through October 31 at the corner of Memorial Drive and Wheeling Street (Government Services parking lot). Call 740-569-4563 or visit www.lancasterohfarmersmarket.org for more information.

SATURDAYS - Nelsonville Farmers Market. Open 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. through October 31 at the corner of E. Canal Street and Rocky Boots Way, across the street from Rocky Boots Store. Call 740-517-5012 for more information.

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