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Your Weekend Update for October 28, 2016

Friday, October 28

Face Your Fears - Special Friday Night Zipline Event

Hocking Hills Canopy Tours; 10714 Jackson St, Rockbridge; call 740-385-9477; 11 a.m. - 10 p.m.

Face Your Fears zipping through the Darkness of the Night! We are offering activities for both children and Adults - Only at Hocking Hills Canopy Tours!

Food Truck Fridays in Destination Downtown Lancaster

Government Service Building in Destination Downtown Lancaster; 239 W. Main St.; Lancaster; call 740-277-6607; 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Join Destination Downtown Lancaster for Food Truck Fridays. Treat your palette with a different specialty food from the savory to the traditional flavors with a different food truck May to October.

Live Music at the Winery - FRIDAY & SATURDAY

Hocking Hills Winery, 30402 Freeman Rd., Logan; call 740-385-7117; 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Join the Hocking Hills Winery for an evening of live music and relaxing with the sounds of Todd Martin on Friday and Rick Barr on Saturday with The Rolling Pin Mobile Kitchen. Bring your own appetizers or food, call for a pizza delivery or just enjoy the music.

Stuart's hosts FREE Fright Night in Nelsonville

Stuart's Opera House; 52 Public Square; Nelsonville; call (740) 753-1924; email brian@stuartsoperahouse.org; 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Stuart's Opera House in Nelsonville, Ohio presents a very special evening of Halloween events on Final Friday, October 28th from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.!All events are FREE! Starting at 6 p.m. join us for a full night of spooky entertainment for the whole family including costume contest for both adults and kids with cash prizes, a costume parade for the kids, spooky storytelling, Fort Street Cemetery ghost walk with Ken Bowald, magic, cartoons, kids games and activities, bobbing for apples, and more! Plus, we will have the Stuart's bar opened up for the adults. This event is free and perfect for all ages! Fright Night takes place during Nelsonville's Final Fridays on the Square, a monthly art event featuring exhibit openings, visual art, vendors, food, and more. Come down early for Final Fridays starting at 5:30 p.m., Fright Night events will take place at Stuart's Opera House at 52 Public Square in Nelsonville. More information on Stuart's Opera House Fright Night is available by calling (740) 753-1924 or online at www.stuartsoperahouse.org.

Haunted Hocking: Spirits of Ash Cave

Ash Cave parking area; Hocking Hills State Park; St. Rt. 56; call 740-385-6841; Free; 7 p.m.

Is Ash Cave really haunted or could it be something else? Join the naturalist and the "HHIT" team from Haunted Hocking at the Ash Cave parking area to explore the possibilities. (This program does contain ghost stories, so parents, you know your children best and should decide if it is appropriate. Please, no pets at Haunted Hocking.)

Hocking Halloween Campout 2017 - FRIDAY, SATURAY, SUNDAY

Hocking Hills State Park; St. Rt. 664 S; Logan; call 740-385-6841

Pick up a Halloween Scavenger Hunt at any of the events and test your skills.

The schedule is as follows:

11 - 12: Pumpkin decorating at the Old Man's cave shelter house. For children 12 & under. Adult supervision required.

4 p.m.: Hayrides through the campground. Starts at main shower house. This is your chance to see all of the decorated campsites and tell us your favorite.Best Decorated Campsite award will be given right after Trick-or-Treat!

6 p.m.: Costume parade at the amphitheater.

7 p.m. - 8 pm: Trick or Treat in the campground!!Vehicle traffic will be stopped for 1 hour only.For registered campers 8:30 pm - Halloween movies at the Amphitheater. Children must have adult supervision at all events.

 

Saturday, October 29

Pumpkin Decorating at Old Man's Cave Shelter House

Shelter House at Old Man's Cave; Hocking Hills State Park; St. Rt. 664 S.; Logan; call 740385-6841; Free; 11 a.m.

Come join us as we decorate pumpkins for the season at the Old Man's Cave Shelter House. For children 12 and under. Adult supervision required.

ROAR Day (Rural Ohio Appalachia Revisited)

Lake Hope State Park; 27331 St. Rt. 278; McArthur; call 740-596-3030; Free; 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

ROAR Day will feature a wide variety of local crafters demonstrating their skills. Guests can expect to see pottery being turned, wool spun into soft yarn, and artistic drawings on slate. Visitors also can enjoy the sound of local musicians as they play tunes from long ago. Vendors will set up throughout the park, including the old one-room Hope School House, shelter house in the main area, as well as at the beautiful new Lake Hope Dining Lodge. The park's nature center will be hosting events for the younger crowd. Kids are encouraged to participate in a "nature-themed" costume contest, decorate pumpkins or join the fun of jumping into a pile of straw to find hidden treasures. Located in Vinton County, the park is eight miles north of state Route 50 on state Route 278 or 14 miles south of U.S. 33 from Nelsonville on state Route 278. Once at the park, follow signs to the various events.

Appalachian Listening Room presents Gary Puckett

CMC Real Estate Group and The Piano Works; 48 B Main Street; Logan; call 740-438-5273; $7; 7:30 p.m.

CMC Real Estate Group and The Piano Works is pleased to welcome and sponsor the premier month of performances at The Appalachian Listening Room. Performances will occur each Saturday evening throughout October.Additional performers will appear throughout the year and in 2017. Visit us on Facebook for a preview of artists.

Aoife O'Donovan & Willie Watson

Stuart's Opera House; 52 Public Square; Nelsonville; call 740-753-1924; Tickets $22 advance, $27 door, Box Seats: $27 advance, $32 door; 8 p.m. to 10:30 p.m.

Stuart's Opera House welcomes an Americana double bill with Aoife O'Donovan & Willie Watson. O'Donovan will perform with her band, while Watson will take the stage as a one-man band.O'Donovan released In the Magic Hour earlier this year, a 10-song album. Willie Watson is known for his work with Old Crow Medicine Show, but his newest release is 2014's Folk Singer Vol. 1 produced by David Rawlings.Watson will play first, there will be a short intermission and then Aoife O'Donovan and her band will perform.

Halloween on the Hocking

The Family Fun Center; Hocking Hills Adventures; 22663 Main St.; Rockbridge; call 740-3858685; $42 per canoe; reservations required; 6 p.m.

Paddle a spooky stretch of the river then test your bravery on the haunted hayride through the campground.

Sunday, October 30

Appalachian Listening Room: Cross Point Live at ALR Gospel Series

Appalachian Listening Room; 48 W. Main St; Logan; email wpitts@columbus.rr.com; call 740-438-7750; 3 p.m.

Freewill Offering. Cross Pointe is a Southern Gospel Music group based out of Lancaster, Ohio made up of Bill Pitts, Joni Townsend, and Debbie Wright. Cross Pointe began singing together March 2009 and have had the privilege to sing at many other venues. God is blessing beyond their comprehension. They minister with songs of hope and encouragement because they sing about real life and a real Christ!

They gather inspiration from The Talleys, The Martins, The Hoppers, Booth Brothers, and Three Bridges.

Artista's Halloween Festivities

Artista; Main & Spring Streets; Logan; email jjrvox@gmail.com; $5 individual / $20 family suggested donation

A Fall Celebration featuring Haunted House and Kid's Activities, Spooky Tales, Halloween Costume Parade, City-wide Trick or Treating, Live Halloween Music - Grand Finale will be the 3rd Annual Live "Thriller" Performance at Logan Monument, 156 W Main St.

Schedule of events include:

2 - 4:30: Haunted House/Kids Activities

2 - 4:30: Spooky Tales by Lee Carter

4:30: Parade Begins 5:30: Trick-or-Treat

6:30: Live Halloween Music

7:30: Opening Acts

7:45: "Thriller" Grand Finale

Thriller Performance - A BICENTENNIAL CELEBRATION

Logan Monument Company; 156 W Main St; email bowenhouse@frontier.com; call 740-385-0344; downtown after the parade

See the thrilling "ghouls" emerge from behind the tombstones and dance to a choreographed performance of Michaels Jackson's hit "Thriller."

Farmers' Markets

 

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.

Ongoing Events

 

FRIDAYS - CASUAL FRIDAYS AT THE INN & SPA AT CEDAR FALLS Inn & Spa at Cedar Falls, 21190 St R 374; 740-385-7489; 5:30 pm to 10:30 pm Join us for Casual Friday's at the Inn & Spa at Cedar Falls. Chef Anthony will serve gourmet burgers, rustic pizzas and much more from his new "Bistro Menu" from 5:30pm to 9:30pm on Friday nights. We have live music on the patio to entertain guests from 6:30pm to 9:30pm. The best part is that you don't need a reservation. Join us at your leisure for Casual Fridays!

Thursdays - Thirsty Thursday Happy Hour Rockside Winery & Vineyards, 2363 Lancaster Newark Rd NE, Lancaster; 740-687-4414; 5 pm to 8 pm Looking for the happiest hours out there? We think making it halfway through the week is reason enough to celebrate! Stop by after work for $4 glasses of our estate grown and produced wines. Nosh on our delicious Ohio cheese and crackers at a discount. Otherwise you can bring in your own picnic, or order in from one of the near by pizza joints! (Recurring Event every Thursday excluding major holidays).

FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS - Hocking County Historical Society & Hocking County Genealogical Society Museums Open 1 pm to 4 pm Hocking County Historical Society Museum Complex, 64 N Culver St, Logan; 740-385-6026 Six buildings of historic displays showcase the ca. 1898 Schempp House, the Lutz Steam Car, original pioneer wagon of the Stiers Family & original Hocking Valley Railroad Telegraph Office, where you can test your Morse Code knowledge. Sit in early 1900's desks & write on chalkboards in the recreated 1912 School House and shuck corn on corn sheller's in the Carriage House's display of agricultural items. View numerous displays of Hocking History including: a medical office, military uniforms & equipment, toys, coal mining, local clay & brick industry, Hocking Canal & bridge history, a Logan print shop, mastodon teeth & Indian artifacts. A Timeline Exhibit of Logan and Hocking County features a century of the county's history condensed into four panels is also on display. The timeline includes Native Americans, the first settlers (1798), the Civil War, the Hocking Valley Railway and the 1916 Logan Centennial, ending in 1917, when America joined the war.

MAY 28 TO NOVEMBER 27 - Mastery: Sustaining Momentum Exhibit Dairy Barn Arts Center, 8000 Dairy Lane, Athens; 740-592-4981; noon to 5 pm Tue/Wed/Fri/Sat; noon to 8 pm Thur; 1 pm to 5 pm Sun; $6; $4 Students & Seniors; under 12 free; Members Free One of Quilt Nationals founders, Nancy Crow, curator, has selected artists who are masters of their technique and media. Chosen for their individual voices and continuing development in their field, these master quilt makers are exhibiting all new works.

 

WEDNESDAYS - Yoga in the Hills; This class is offered surrounded by the beauty of the Hocking Hills. Weather permitting; classes are outside on our wonderful deck among the trees. All levels of experience are welcome, as are groups! Call ahead for details - we may be having class, with our wonderful instructor, at a waterfall near you! 5 to 6 p.m. Visit http://www.massageyogacenter.com/ for locations details. Blue Valley Massage & Traveling Spa, 888-74-PEACE (747-3223); COST: $10

WEDNESDAYS - Sweet Treat Wednesday: Wine tasting paired with locally made Wren Valley Truffles. 25% off hand-made gourmet caramel apples. Bring your own food or have pizza delivered. Hocking Hills Winery, 30402 Freeman Road, Logan, 11 a.m.- 8 p.m. Call 740- 3857117 for more information; COST: $12 for six tastings.

THURSDAYS - Yoga at the Bowen House; Join Yoga instructor Elle Delmatto every Thursday at 4:30 p.m. Class fee is $6. Class is open to all and no pre-registration is necessary. The Bowen House Community Center for Arts & Education, 196 N Market St, Logan; call 740-3850344 for more info.

SATURDAYS -The Appalachian Listening Room 48B W. Main St.; Logan, Ohio; call 740-438-5273; $7; 7:30 p.m.CMC Real Estate Group and The Piano Works are excited to welcome and sponsor the premiere month of performances at The Appalachian Listening Room.There is a performance each Saturday in October at 7:30 p.m.Tickets are $7 at the door which is accessed from "Artbreak Alley" at 48 W. Main Street in Logan's Historic District.The line up in order of performance includes:Dan Heidt, Kelly Vaughn, Bruce Dalzell and Gary Puckett.

SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS - Hocking Hills Artists and Craftsmen Marketplace. Open every weekend where you can find unique handcrafted items from local artists. Chat with the artist while you watch their demonstrations. Stay a little, shop a little, dine a little. Open Saturday 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. at the Hocking Hills Dining Lodge, 20020 State Route 664 South. Call 740-707-0246 for more information.

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Your Weekend Update for September 30, 2016

Friday, September 30

Food Truck Fridays in Destination Downtown Lancaster

Government Service Building in Destination Downtown Lancaster; 239 W. Main St.; Lancaster, OH 43130; call 740-277-6607; 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Join Destination Downtown Lancaster for Food Truck Fridays. Treat your palette with a different specialty food from the savory to the traditional flavors with a different food truck May to October.

Final Friday Popup Flea

The Public Square, Nelsonville; 5:30 p.m. - 9:30 p.m.

This unique gathering will feature vendors selling handmade and vintage wares, collectables and art. Includes an Antique Appraisal Fair at the Library, a beer garden and a FREE Summer Concert Series with Athens' own The Wild Honeybees.

Free Summer Concert Series - The Wild Honeybees at Stuart's Opera House

Stuart's Opera House; 52 Public Square; Nelsonville, OH 45764; 740-753-1924; 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.

September's FREE Summer Concert Series features Athens' own The Wild Honeybees! Live music on the Square with a beer garden! The Wild Honeybees are a 9-piece, New Orleans style R&B dance band, dedicated to bringing the power of a live horn section back to the dance stage. Plus it's Final Fridays with art openings, vendors, and more.

Star Seekers

Proposed Glenn Astronomy Park Site; Hocking Hills State Park; State Route 664 South, past Dining Lodge driveway and before Grandma Faye's; call 740-385-6841; free; 8 p.m.

Join the Hocking Hills State Park Naturalist and members of Friends of Hocking Hills State Park at the new proposed astronomical site along State Route 664 (just before Grandma Faye's) for an evening of star gazing and activities.This will also be a chance to see our new area and learn about the wonderful opportunity for future Star Gazing events in Hocking Hills.Bring along a pair of binoculars if you have them and be prepared for a night of fun.This program is weather permitting so keep your fingers crossed for clear skies.(Please no pets at the Star Seeker program.)

Saturday, October 1

Hocking College Homecoming - SATURDAY, SUNDAY, MONDAY

Hocking College, 3301 Hocking Parkway, Nelsonville, OH 45764; Jessie McDonald 740.753.7010 or foundation@hocking.edu

Saturday, October 1: Trail Horse Challenge, Fishing Derby, Community Yard Sale & Auction, Robbins Crossing Historical Village, Kids Activities and Barn Dance Sunday, October 2: Trail Horse Challenge Championship Round and Fun Show Monday, October 3:Pep Rally, Cookout and Homecoming Football Game Weekend primitive camping and firewood available; visit www.hocking.edu/homecoming for details and full schedule.

Take a hike at Camp Oty-Okwa

Camp Oty'Okwa;24799 Purcell Rd; South Bloomingville, OH 43152; email amarietta@bbbscentralohio.org; call 740-975-6384; free; 10 a.m. to noon

Throughout 2016 Camp Oty'Okwa is hosting Free Community Hikes on its property. These hikes will take place one 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.

Hocking Hills Artists and Craftsmen Annual Fall Show - SATURDAY & SUNDAY

Hocking Hills Artists and Craftsmen Association; 20020 St. Rt. 664 S; Logan, OH 43138; call 740-385-8245; Free; 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Annual art show featuring the best of hocking hills artists and crafters. Explore the local, hand-made, one-of-a-kind arts and crafts; watch demonstrations and talk with the artists. You will find the perfect gift for yourself and the perfect gift for someone special.

Free Winery Tour at RockSide Winery & Vineyards

2363 Lancaster Newark Rd NE; Lancaster , OH 43130; email Ryan@RockSideWinery.com; call 740-687-4414; free; 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.; reservation required.

Grab a glass of wine and come with us on a tour of the production area at Rockside Winery! During the tour you will learn about the history of the winery and learn about the winemaking process from grape to bottle in detail. The tour lasts about an hour give or take depending on the number of questions. Informal, informative and fun! Afterwards, join us in the tasting room for an educational wine tasting. We look forward to having you! Tours are currently bi-weekly on Saturday afternoons.The tour is free, but reservations are required through our events calendar on our website due to limited space. Visit our events calendar at www.rocksidewinery.com, find the date of the tour you'd like to attend and follow the reservation instructions! Our reservation system will only accept reservations for groups of six or less. If your group is larger than six people, you need help reserving your spot.

The Appalachian Listening Room

48B W. Main St.; Logan, Ohio; call 740-438-5273; $7; 7:30 p.m.

CMC Real Estate Group and The Piano Works are excited to welcome and sponsor the premiere month of performances at The Appalachian Listening Room.There is a performance each Saturday in October at 7:30 p.m.Tickets are $7 at the door which is accessed from "Artbreak Alley" at 48 W. Main Street in Logan's Historic District.The line up in order of performance includes:Dan Heidt, Kelly Vaughn, Bruce Dalzell and Gary Puckett.

Night Flight Rappel Adventure - TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, SATURDAY

High Rock Adventures; 10108 Opossum Hollow Road; Rockbridge, OH 43149; email info@highrockadventures.com; call 740-385-9886; $75 for adults, $70 for children 6-15; reservation required; 8 p.m. to 10 p.m. will vary as sunsets earlier.

High Rock Adventures will be offering a first for Ohio and the Mid-West, A Night Flight Rappel down towering cliffs under the cover of darkness. Guests will arrive and hike up to the cliffs at sunset, then embark on 2 different rappels from the top of our towering sandstone cliffs. Enjoy the night sounds of Hocking Hills forest as it comes alive with Tree frogs singing,a chorus of Katydids (also known as bush crickets), distant coyote howls, occasional owls calling, and more. This hike requires that guests be fully mobile and comfortable hiking by flashlight across uneven terrain and rappelling down sandstone cliffs that can get slippery and wet at times. It is not an adventure for the faint of heart. Limit 8 per night (for larger groups call our office)

Thursday, October 6

Wine & Canvas at the Winery

Hocking Hills Winery, 30402 Freeman Rd., Logan; call 740-385-7117; 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.

Enjoy a crisp glass of wine and inspire your inner Picasso at the Hocking Hills Winery.

 

Farmers' Markets

 

SATURDAYS - Hocking Hills Farmers Market. Open 10 am to 2 pm; Parking lot at Hocking Hills Dining Lodge. Located in the Heart of Hocking Hills at the Hocking Hills Dining Lodge Next to Old Mans Cave! Come meet local growers, innovative producers and talented artists. Find fresh produce & food, plus other agricultural-related products, support area farmers and enjoy the atmosphere at one of Ohio's estimated 200 farmers' markets. A new Hocking Hills experience! Call 740-380-3783 for more info.

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.

Ongoing Events

 

THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SUNDAY, SATURDAY - FALL FOLIAGE TRAIN RIDE

Hocking Valley Scenic Railway; 33 Canal St.; Nelsonville, OH 45764; 800-967-7834 msgs. only; 740-249-1452 weekends; Adults $17; Senior (60+) $15; Child (3-12) $12; October 01 - October 30, 2016; Every week on Thursday and Friday (1 p.m.) ; Every week on Sunday and Saturday (Train departs noon & 2:30)

Take in the autumn views of the Hocking Valley by train.Hear about Hocking Valley history as you pass the remains of industries, canal locks and other historic landmarks. The trip covers 22 miles roundtrip and stops for 30 minutes at a pioneer log village (Robbins Crossing) before returning to the depot.

FRIDAYS - CASUAL FRIDAYS AT THE INN & SPA AT CEDAR FALLS

Inn & Spa at Cedar Falls, 21190 St R 374; 740-385-7489; 5:30 pm to 10:30 pm

Join us for Casual Friday's at the Inn & Spa at Cedar Falls. Chef Anthony will serve gourmet burgers, rustic pizzas and much more from his new "Bistro Menu" from 5:30pm to 9:30pm on Friday nights. We have live music on the patio to entertain guests from 6:30pm to 9:30pm. The best part is that you don't need a reservation. Join us at your leisure for Casual Fridays!

FRIDAYS - FOOD TRUCK FRIDAYS

Destination Downtown Lancaster, Government Services Building, 239 W Main St, Lancaster; 740-277-6607; 11 am to 2 pm

Join Destination Downtown Lancaster for Food Truck Fridays. Treat your palette with a different specialty food from the savory to the traditional flavors with a different food truck May to October.

Thursdays - Thirsty Thursday Happy Hour

Rockside Winery & Vineyards, 2363 Lancaster Newark Rd NE, Lancaster; 740-687-4414; 5 pm to 8 pm

Looking for the happiest hours out there? We think making it halfway through the week is reason enough to celebrate! Stop by after work for $4 glasses of our estate grown and produced wines. Nosh on our delicious Ohio cheese and crackers at a discount. Otherwise you can bring in your own picnic, or order in from one of the near by pizza joints! (Recurring Event every Thursday excluding major holidays).

FRIDAYS & SATURDAYS - Hocking County Historical Society & Hocking County Genealogical Society Museums Open 1 pm to 4 pm

Hocking County Historical Society Museum Complex, 64 N Culver St, Logan; 740-385-6026 Six buildings of historic displays showcase the ca. 1898 Schempp House, the Lutz Steam Car, original pioneer wagon of the Stiers Family & original Hocking Valley Railroad Telegraph Office, where you can test your Morse Code knowledge. Sit in early 1900's desks & write on chalkboards in the recreated 1912 School House and shuck corn on corn sheller's in the Carriage House's display of agricultural items. View numerous displays of Hocking History including: a medical office, military uniforms & equipment, toys, coal mining, local clay & brick industry, Hocking Canal & bridge history, a Logan print shop, mastodon teeth & Indian artifacts. A Timeline Exhibit of Logan and Hocking County features a century of the county's history condensed into four panels is also on display. The timeline includes Native Americans, the first settlers (1798), the Civil War, the Hocking Valley Railway and the 1916 Logan Centennial, ending in 1917, when America joined the war.

MAY 28 TO NOVEMBER 27 - Mastery: Sustaining Momentum Exhibit

Dairy Barn Arts Center, 8000 Dairy Lane, Athens; 740-592-4981; noon to 5 pm Tue/Wed/Fri/Sat; noon to 8 pm Thur; 1 pm to 5 pm Sun; $6; $4 Students & Seniors; under 12 free; Members Free

One of Quilt Nationals founders, Nancy Crow, curator, has selected artists who are masters of their technique and media. Chosen for their individual voices and continuing development in their field, these master quilt makers are exhibiting all new works.

WEDNESDAYS - Yoga in the Hills; This class is offered surrounded by the beauty of the Hocking Hills. Weather permitting; classes are outside on our wonderful deck among the trees. All levels of experience are welcome, as are groups! Call ahead for details - we may be having class, with our wonderful instructor, at a waterfall near you! 5 to 6 p.m. Visit http://www.massageyogacenter.com/ for locations details. Blue Valley Massage & Traveling Spa, 888-74-PEACE (747-3223); COST: $10

WEDNESDAYS - Sweet Treat Wednesday: Wine tasting paired with locally made Wren Valley Truffles. 25% off hand-made gourmet caramel apples. Bring your own food or have pizza delivered. Hocking Hills Winery, 30402 Freeman Road, Logan, 11 a.m.- 8 p.m. Call 740- 385-7117 for more information; COST: $12 for six tastings.

THURSDAYS - Yoga at the Bowen House; Join Yoga instructor Elle Delmatto every Thursday at 4:30 p.m. Class fee is $6. Class is open to all and no pre-registration is necessary. The Bowen House Community Center for Arts & Education, 196 N Market St, Logan; call 740-385-0344 for more info.

SATURDAYS -The Appalachian Listening Room

48B W. Main St.; Logan, Ohio; call 740-438-5273; $7; 7:30 p.m.

CMC Real Estate Group and The Piano Works are excited to welcome and sponsor the premiere month of performances at The Appalachian Listening Room.There is a performance each Saturday in October at 7:30 p.m.Tickets are $7 at the door which is accessed from "Artbreak Alley" at 48 W. Main Street in Logan's Historic District.The line up in order of performance includes:Dan Heidt, Kelly Vaughn, Bruce Dalzell and Gary Puckett.

SATURDAYS AND SUNDAYS - Hocking Hills Artists and Craftsmen Marketplace. Open every weekend where you can find unique handcrafted items from local artists. Chat with the artist while you watch their demonstrations. Stay a little, shop a little, dine a little. Open Saturday 10 a.m. - 7 p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m. - 3 p.m. at the Hocking Hills Dining Lodge, 20020 State Route 664 South. Call 740-707-0246 for more information.

DAILY - Columbus Washboard Company Tours; 14 Gallagher Ave, Logan; 740-380-3828

Ever seen the inner workings of a centuries old brick factory with vintage equipment used in the 1800s?Not only do we have a veritable museum of American history but we actually still use many of these old tools and machines to make the products we ship all over the world.We invite you and your family to stop in and see us when you're in town and take one of our guided factory tours.There's nothing quite like it anywhere else in the Hocking Hills.

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