Your Weekend Update for November 4, 2016
Friday, November 4
Ridgetop & Hollers
Ash Cave Parking Area; Hocking Hills State Park; Logan; call 740-385-6841; 1 p.m.
Ever wonder about the difference between a ridgetop and a 'holler'?Join the naturalist at Ash Cave Parking area to find out. All programs are subject to change. Notify the naturalist if special accommodations are needed for your participation. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
A Night in the Forest at Vinton Furnace State Forest
Vinton Furnace State Forest; Sam Russell Road (Follow yellow signs); McArthur; email firstname.lastname@example.org; call Dave Apsley at 740-710-3009; $10 per person; reservation required; 6:30 p.m.
A Night in the Forest Vinton Furnace State Forest. Experience the fall forest at night. Listen for common and not so common sounds in the forest. Learn about owls and nocturnal mammals that are active in the woods of southern Ohio. If the weather cooperates-view the magnificent night sky with minimal light pollution.
Smoke Rise Ranch Customer Appreciation Weekend - FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY
Smoke Rise Ranch; 6751 Hunterdon Rd.; Glouster; email email@example.com; call 740-767-2624
Here at Smoke Rise, we value our customers and want to treat you to a special weekend, including dinner and a party at the Clubhouse. Friday 4th: Cattle Round-Up, Doctoring and Banding Ranch Roping to follow. Saturday 5th: Sorting/Cow Working Clinic Open Arena Sorting Competitions Cowboy Dinner Campfire, Music and Dancing Sunday 6th Fun Day Ranch Rodeo.
Saturday, November 5
Scrapbook Crop at Adena Mansion & Gardens
Adena Mansion and Gardens Visitor's Center; 847 Adena Road; Chillicothe; call 740-772-1500 or 800-319-7248; $55 per person; reservations required; 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Do you find yourself constantly interrupted when trying to scrapbook at home? Adena Mansion & Gardens has the solution for you! Join us for 12 peaceful hours and scrap those wonderful memories of families, friends, vacations, and more.Lunch and dinner will be provided, along with snacks throughout the day. Scrappers will each have their own table so they can spread out, and each participant will have electrical access. Each scrapper will be eligible for door prizes.Vendors will be on hand so scrappers can check out some exciting new products.
33rd Annual Fall Craft Show
The Elberfeld Building; 87 W. Main St.; Logan; call 740-385-6581; 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.
49 booths of crafts and more. Featuring an autographed A. J. Hawk football. 50-50; hourly door prizes; concession stand. All proceeds benefit the Kalklosch Scholarship for Logan Hocking School District Seniors
Naturalist Cabin; located behind Old Man's Cave Visitor Center; Hocking Hills State Park; Logan; call 740-385-6841; 1 p.m.
Join the naturalist at the Naturalist Cabin located behind Old Man's Cave Visitor Center for a closer look at Ohio's winged nocturnal predators. All programs are subject to change. Notify the naturalist if special accommodations are needed for your participation. Children must be accompanied by an adult at all times.
AOA Annual Dinner and Celebration
Hocking Hills State Park Lodge; 20020 State Rt. 664 S.; Logan; email firstname.lastname@example.org; call 614-721-2656; Reservations required; $35 per ticket; 5:30 p.m.
Saturday, November 5th at the Hocking Hills State Park Lodge, 5:30 p.m. With Bob Gable, Ohio Scenic Rivers Program Manager as the Special Guest Speaker to discuss Ohio's Big Darby Creek and the many benefits of riparian corridor conservation. Please join us in celebrating our many land and water conservation achievements and your role in helping sustain our ongoing success. Connect and socialize with other conservationists and our many friends and supporters.
Sunday, November 6
Hike for Homelessness
Clear Creek Metro Park; Hocking Hills Inspire Shelter; 185 Clear Creek Rd; Rockbridge; email HHIS493@yahoo.com; 740-385-5116; $15per person; reservations required; 9 a.m.
Hocking Hills Inspire Shelter hosts a Hike for Homelessness.November is Homelessness Awareness Month. Come hear what Hocking Hills Inspire Shelter has been doing to end homelessness in Hocking County and what is planned for the future while enjoying a long or short hike in Clear Creek Metro Park.Enjoy Bean Soup Dinner after the Hike. The hike will be held rain or shine.Register by October 26 and receive a t-shirt. Registration forms may be dropped off at North Fitness Center, 4 E Main St, Logan.
Mandolin Orange at Stuart's Opera House
Stuart's Opera House; 52 Public Square; Nelsonville; call 740-753-1924; tickets $17 - $25; 7 p.m. to 9:30 p.m.
Stuart's welcomes duo Mandolin Orange to Nelsonville for a performance on the Stuart's stage! The pair visited before at our own 2015 Nelsonville Music Festival and won crowds over with their mix of folk, country, bluegrass, and fantastic songwriting. Their upcoming album, Blindfaller, magnifies the intimacy at the heart of the North Carolina duo's music.
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.
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.
DAILY - SALT AND PEPPER SHAKER MUSEUM AT FIDDLESTIX; View several hundred-vintage figural salt and pepper shaker sets at Fiddlestix Village; 24180 St. Rt. 93 just south of the St. Rt. 56/93 intersection. A changing display of shaker sets are arranged by categories on shelves in three large windows. Groups include various animals, people, holidays, birds, fish, tools, buildings, vacation souvenirs and many more. Most of the sets are from the 1940s to the present. A smaller window hosts a monthly special exhibit. The best viewing time is between 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. Viewers are invited at their own risk, and the exhibit is open unless there is snow or ice on the parking lot. Fiddlestix Village, 24180 St. Rt. 93, Creola - (Do not go to Creola ~ this is a mapping address.) The location is just south of the intersection of St. Rts. 56 and 93, close to Ash Cave. For more information, call Historic Host at 740-753-3105. FREE.