May 25-28, 2017
Started in 1984, the festival is held over Memorial Day Weekend. Yoctangee Park, in historic downtown Chillicothe, makes a perfect setting for this wonderful four-day event featuring Native Americans with music, dancing, traders and exhibits, a mountain men encampment, arts and crafts with over 80 crafters, and commercial exhibits. Continuous entertainment, food, games, and contests for all. All events free to the public!
May 25-29, 2017
The 37th Annual Main Street Port Clinton Walleye Festival gets underway from May 26th through May 30th at picturesque Waterworks Park on the shores of beautiful Lake Erie in Port Clinton. An array of free live concerts, Kids Fishing Derby, Grande Parade, educational programs and activities, Walleye 5K Run and Walk, Carnival Rides, and more than 130 Vendors from around the nation, help make this even one of Ohio's premier outdoor weekend celebrations.
May 25-29, 2017
Located in the rolling hills of Southeastern Ohio, this festival features a working Moonshine Still Display, Straitsville Special Moonshine, local history museum, flea market vendors, moonshine burgers, moonshine pie, carnival rides and games, free entertainment, good food, souvenirs, talent show, Cruise-In, and 2 parades concluding with the Grand Parade on Memorial Day.
May 26-29, 2017
The Festival of Flags celebrates Patriotism, family, and community. Activities include nightly entertainment, rides and games, karaoke contest, quilt and art show, crafts, Queens Pageant and Queen's Tea. This year's festival honors Vietnam Veterans with a Welcome Home reception and place of honor in our Grand Parade held Sunday May 28th. We're also dedicating a memorial to Medal of Honor recipient Sgt. Donald R. Long, who gave his life to save fellow soldiers while serving in Vietnam.
May 27-29, 2017
Held on the grounds of Energy Coop and Velvet Ice Cream Co., this festival features fun for the entire family with over 90 artisans exhibiting their crafts, lots of great food, ice cream, pony rides, car and motorcycle shows, magic show, entertainment all three days, and a Saturday parade in the Village of Utica. We also have lots of contests including ice cream eating, balloon and egg tosses, and a kiddie tractor pull. Admission $5 per car.