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Downtown Wooster Farmers Market - Local farmers bring what they grow to the weekly downtown Farmers Market in Wooster. Come sample produce, baked goods and home-made products a this traditional open air market. Live music each week, weather permitting.
08:00am - 12:00pm

Address: Public Square, Market and Liberty streets , , Ohio
Ph: (330) 262-6222 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: tami@neobright.net
Web: www.mainstreetwooster.org

April

29 - 30 Wooster Rotary Club Gallery Antique Auction - Collectibles, antiques, guns, jewelry, coins, furniture, oddities, a consignment auction and fund raiser for the Wooster Rotary Club. Food available.

Address: Wooster High School, 515 Oldman Road , , Ohio
Ph: (800) 362-6474 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: waynecvb@cs.com
Web: www.woosterrotary.org

May

11 - 12 Great Lakes Fiber Show - Vendors will have supplies for spinning, weaving, knitting, and others fiber arts, as well as raw and processed fibers from wool to bison. Last year there were 70+ vendors. Workshops ranging from two to six hours will be held both days and may include spinning, weaving, knitting, and fiber dyeing.

Address: Wayne County Fairground, 199 Vanover St. , , Ohio
Ph: (330) 264-9665 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: don47linda@valkyrie.net
Web: www.lambzown.com/

16 Ed Arn Veterans' Roundtable-WWII - They have been called "the greatest generation."  They fought all over the world - in Europe, the Pacific, North Africa and the Far East - to rid the world of dictators. They are the veterans of World War II and they will be honored at the annual Ed Arn Veteran's Roundtable at the Wayne County Historical Society. The Historical Society decided that now is the perfect time to honor the WWII generation and remember their dedication and bravery.  The VA projects that over 1,135 WWII veterans are passing away each day. I think it's timely to pay tribute to them.

Held each year around Memorial Day, the Ed Arn Veteran's Roundtable features a group of military historians and veterans of the the era being honored to discuss their personal experiences during the war.

Address: Wayne County Historical Society, 546 East Bowman Street , , Ohio
Ph: (330) 264-8856 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: host@waynehistorical.org
Web: www.waynehistorical.org

June

26 Smithville Community Historical Society Open House - Smithville Community Historical Society Open House from 1:30 to 4:00 p.m. at the Mishler Weaving Mill and Reception Center, 381 East Main Street.
Watch the Mill's weaving looms, the oldest of which dates from 1895, weave dish cloths, table runners, and place mats. See rag rugs, rag placemats, and dish towels being woven on hand looms.  One of our rug looms is an 1860 rocker beater barn beam loom. Tour the Reception Center Exhibits: The Mishler Memorial Room, Photography Room, and The Heritage Educational Room.

On a separate campus near the Smithville Post Office, tour the Pioneer Log Cabin, Village Blacksmith Shop, Sheller Log House, Carriage Barn with the Village Pottery, the LyDo Barn Exhibit, and The Historic Church of God.  Buildings that are handicap accessible include: the Mishler Weaving Mill, the Reception Center, the Village Blacksmith Shop, the LyDo Barn Exhibit, and The Historic Church of God. 

Address: Smithville Community Historical Society

381 E. Main Street (State Route 585)

and in the center of Smithville
, , Ohio
Ph: (330) 669-9308 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: frescot@lek.net
Web: www.rootsweb.com/~ohschs/index.html

1 - 2 Quailcrest Farm Spring Garden Fair - Come join us for two days of artists and craftsmen selling their wares among the gardens of Quailcrest Farm. Each day from 10-5 you can find painters, wood carvers, blacksmith, jewelry, pottery, tole painting, antiques, furniture, dolls, clothing, etc. all with a garden theme. Food, music and of course the fabulous Quailcrest herbs, perennials, trees, shrubs and electic gift shops.

Address: Quailcrest Farm, 2810 Armstrong Rd. , , Ohio
Ph: (330) 345-6722 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: qcrest@bright.net
Web: www.quailcrest.com
Fee: $2 per car

9 Smithville Community Historical Society Open House - Smithville Community Historical Society Open House from 1:30 to 4:00 pm at the Mishler Weaving Mill and Reception Center at 381 East Main Street. Watch the Mill's weaving looms, the oldest of which dates from 1895, weave dish cloths, table runners, and place mats. See rag rugs, rag placemats, and dish towels being woven on hand looms.  One of our rug looms is an 1860 rocker beater barn beam loom. Tour the Reception Center Exhibits: The Mishler Memorial Room, Photography Room, and The Heritage Educational Room.

On a separate campus near the Smithville Post Office, tour the Pioneer Log Cabin, Village Blacksmith Shop, Sheller Log House, Carriage Barn with the Village Pottery, the LyDo Barn Exhibit, and The Historic Church of God. Buildings that are handicap accessible include: the Mishler Weaving Mill, the Reception Center, the Village Blacksmith Shop, the LyDo Barn Exhibit, and The Historic Church of God.
 

Address: Smithville Community Historical Society

381 E. Main Street (State Route 585)

and in the center of Smithville
, , Ohio
Ph: (330) 669-9308 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: frescot@lek.net
Web: www.rootsweb.com/~ohschs/index.html

July

30 Smithville Community Historical Society Open House - Smithville Community Historical Society Open House from 1:30 to 4:00 pm at the Mishler Weaving Mill and Reception Center, 381 East Main Street. Watch the Mill's weaving looms, the oldest of which dates from 1895, weave dish cloths, table runners, and place mats.. See rag rugs, rag placemats, and dish towels being woven on hand looms.  One of our rug looms is an 1860 rocker beater barn beam loom. Tour the Reception Center Exhibits: The Mishler Memorial Room, Photography Room, and The Heritage Educational Room.

On a separate campus near the Smithville Post Office, tour the Pioneer Log Cabin, Village Blacksmith Shop, Sheller Log House, Carriage Barn with the Village Pottery, the LyDo Barn Exhibit, and The Historic Church of God. Buildings that are handicap accessible include: the Mishler Weaving Mill, the Reception Center, the Village Blacksmith Shop, the LyDo Barn Exhibit, and The Historic Church of God.

Address: Smithville Community Historical Society

381 E. Main Street (State Route 585)

and in the center of Smithville
, , Ohio
Ph: (330) 723-1895 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: frescot@lek.net
Web: www.rootsweb.com/~ohschs/index.html

30 Wooster Arts Jazz Fest - A partnership -- Main Street Wooster Inc, the Wooster City Schools and the Rotary Club of Wooster -- comes together to put on this exceptional arts/ jazz event, complete with a New Orleans-style jazz parade.

More than 50 artists will offer their work for sale, while local restuarants offer the finest in culinary arts and even the children get an opportunity to make their own art. Jazz plays all day at the gazebo.

Address: Public Square

Liberty and Market strees , , Ohio
Ph: (330) 262-6222 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: tami@neobright.net
Web: www.mainstreetwooster.org

14 Smithville Community Historical Society Open House - Smithville Community Historical Society Open House from 1:30 to 4:00 pm at the Mishler Weaving Mill and Reception Center, 381 East Main Street. Watch the Mill's weaving looms, the oldest of which dates from 1895, weave dish cloths, table runners, and place mats. See rag rugs, rag placemats, and dish towels being woven on hand looms. One of our rug looms is an 1860 rocker beater barn beam loom. Tour the Reception Center Exhibits: The Mishler Memorial Room, Photography Room, and the Heritage Educational Rooom.

On a separate campus near the Smithville Post Office tour the Pioneer Log Cabin, Village Blacksmith Shop, Sheller Log House, Carriage Barn with the Village Pottery, the LyDo Barn Exhibit and the Historic Church of God.  Buildings that are handicap accessible include: the Mishler Weaving Mill, the Reception Center, theVillage Blacksmith Shop, the LyDo Barn Exhibit, and The Historic Church of God. 

Address: Smithville Community Historical Society

381 E. Main Street (State Route 585)

and in the center of Smithville
, , Ohio
Ph: (330) 723-1895 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: frescot@lek.net
Web: www.rootsweb.com/~ohschs/index.html

August

28 Smithville Community Historical Society Open House - Smithville Community Historical Society Open House from 1:30 to 4:00 pm at the Mishler Weaving Mill and Reception Center, 381 East Main Street. Watch the Mill's weaving looms, the oldest of which dates from 1895, weave dish cloths, table runners, and place mats. See rag rugs, rag placemats, and dish towels being woven on hand looms. One of our rug looms is an 1860 rocker beater barn beam loom. Tour the Reception Center Exhibits: The Mishler Memorial Room, Photography Room, and The Heritage Educational Room.

On a separate campus near the Smithville Post Office, tour the Pioneer Log Cabin, Village Blacksmith Shop, Sheller Log House, Carriage Barn with the Village Pottery,  the LyDo Barn Exhibit, and The Historic Church of God. Buildings that are handicap accessible include: the Mishler Weaving Mill, the Reception Center, the Village Blacksmith Shop, the LyDo Barn Exhibit, and The Historic Church of God.

Address: Smithville Community Historical Society

381 E. Main Street (State Route 585)

and in the center of Smithville
, , Ohio
Ph: (330) 723-1895 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: frescot@lek.net
Web: www.rootsweb.com/~ohschs/index.html

7 Wayne Center for the Arts Bike Night - Wayne Center for the Arts is busy getting into the spirit for Bike Night, which will take place at The Olde Jaol in Wooster.  Motorcycle enthusiasts and all are invited to the upcoming event to be held from 6:00-10:00 p.m. rain or shine.  The evening will include live music by the award-winning Cleveland-based Colin Dussault's Blues Project, food, a beer garden, a 50/50 raffle, and both live and silent auctions that will include arts-related packages (for a complete list of auction items, visit us online).

All proceeds from the sale of food and beverages outside of The Olde Jaol, as well as from the sale of auction items, will benefit the Wayne Center for the Arts (a non-profit organization established in 1973).

Address: The Olde Jaol, 215 North Market Street , , Ohio
Ph: (330) 264-2787 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: waynectr@wayneartscenter.org
Web: www.wayneartscenter.org/

11 Smithville Community Historical Society Open House - Smithville Community Historical Society Open House from 1:30 to 4:00 pm at the Mishler Weaving Mill and Reception Center, 381 East Main Street. Watch the Mill's weaving looms, the oldest of which dates from 1895, weave dish cloths, table runners and place mats. See rag rugs, rag placemats, and dish towels being woven on hand looms. One of our rug looms is an 1860 rocker beater barn beam loom. Tour the Reception Center Exhibits: The Mishler Memorial Room, Photography Room, and The Heritage Educational Room.

On a separate campus near the Smithville Post Office tour the Pioneer Log Cabin, Village Blacksmith Shop, Sheller Log House, Carriage Barn with the Village Pottery, the LyDo Barn Exhibit, and The Historic Church of God.  Buildings that are handicap accessible include: the Mishler Weaving Mill, the Reception Center, the Village Blacksmith Shop, the LyDo Barn Exhibit, and The Historic Church of God. 

Address: Smithville Community Historical Society

381 E. Main Street (State Route 585)

and in the center of Smithville
, , Ohio
Ph: (330) 723-1895 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: frescot@lek.net
Web: www.rootsweb.com/~ohschs/index.html

September

1 Smithville Community Historical Society Open House - Smithville Community Historical Society Open House from 1:30 to 4:00 pm at the Mishler Weaving Mill and Reception Center, 381 East Main Street. Watch the Mill's weaving looms, the oldest of which dates from 1895, weave dish cloths, table runners and place mats. See rag rugs, rag placemats, and dish towels being woven on hand looms.  One of our rug looms is an 1860 rocker beater barn beam loom. Tour the Reception Center Exhibits: The Mishler Memorial Room, Photography Room, and The Heritage Educational Room.

On a separate campus near the Smithville Post Office, tour the Pioneer Log Cabin, Village Blacksmith Shop, Sheller Log House, Carriage Barn with the Village Pottery, the LyDo Barn Exhibit, and The Historic Church of God.  Buildings that are handicap accessible include: the Mishler Weaving Mill, the Reception Center, the Village Blacksmith Shop, the LyDo Barn Exhibit, and The Historic Church of God. 

Address: Smithville Community Historical Society

381 E. Main Street (State Route 585)

and in the center of Smithville
, , Ohio
Ph: (330) 723-1895 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: frescot@lek.net
Web: www.rootsweb.com/~ohschs/index.html

14 - 20 Ramseyer Farms Fall Festival - Enjoy the adventure of the two giant 8 acre corn Mazes. Try the challenging Master Maze, rope maze, plus 3 mazes for the younger kids. Zip down the 20 foot long Corn Crib Chute while the little tykes play in the Conestoga Corn Wagon. Create your own scarecrow. Visit farm animals before or after your scenic hayride around the farm. Choose from acres of pumpkins for your fall decoratives. Loads of fun for the entire family! Concessions available.

We will have fall festival weekends, beginning the last full weekend in September through the month of October on Saturday from 11:00 AM to 7:00 PM and Sunday from 1:00 PM to 5:00 PM.

Address: Ramseyer Farms, 3488 Akron Rd , , Ohio
Ph: (330) 264-0264 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: dkramseyer@earthlink.net
Web: www.ramseyerfarms.com

15 Smithville Community Historical Society Open House - Smithville Community Historical Society Open House from 1:30 to 4:00 pm at the Mishler Weaving Mill and Reception Center, 381 East Main Street. Watch the Mill's weaving looms, the oldest of which dates from 1895, weave dish cloths, table runners and place mats. See rag rugs, rag placemats, and dish towels being woven on hand looms. One of our rug looms is an 1860 rocker beater barn beam loom. Tour the Reception Center Exhibits: The Mishler Memorial Room, Photography Room, and The Heritage Educational Room.

On a separate campus near the Smithville Post Office, tour the Pioneer Log Cabin, Village Blacksmith Shop, Sheller Log House, Carriage Barn with the Village Pottery, the LyDo Barn Exhibit, and The Historic Church of God. Buildings that are handicap accessible include: the Mishler Weaving Mill, the Reception Center, the Village Blacksmith Shop, the LyDo Barn Exhibit, and The Historic Church of God.

Address: Smithville Community Historical Society

381 E. Main Street (State Route 585)

and in the center of Smithville
, , Ohio
Ph: (330) 723-1895 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: frescot@lek.net
Web: www.rootsweb.com/~ohschs/index.html

October

21 - 22 Annual Colonial Williamsburg Festival - Step back 200 years in time to 18th-century Williamsburg. For two days, Pine Tree Barn is transformed into a bustling colonial village. Explore the marketplace & unique wares that surround the public square. Find special treasures inside Pine Tree you will not find in other stores & meet the makers of the hand-made furniture we carry year round in the Heritage Loft. Over 40 carefully selected artisans, many of national recognition, will demonstrate techniques of traditional craftsmanship. For the kids, there will be Face Painting, a Petting Zoo, Candle-Making & More!

Since 1992, the goal of the Colonial Williamsburg Festival has been to expand knowledge through education of our Nation's early history. Local and National history specialists will educate from the Colonists as well as the Native American point of view. Over 50 Historians, Re-enactors and Artisans will demonstrate their talents during the FREE two day festival/.

Address: Pine Tree Barnm 4374 Shreve Rd , , Ohio
Ph: (330) 264-1014 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@pinetreebarn.com
Web: www.pinetreebarn.com

29 Smithville Community Historical Society Open House - Smithville Community Historical Society Open House from 1:30 to 4:00 pm at the Mishler Weaving Mill and Reception Center,  381 East Main Street. Watch the Mill's weaving looms, the oldest of which dates from 1895, weave dish cloths, table runners, and place mats. See rag rugs, rag placemats, and dish towels being woven on hand looms.  One of our rug looms is an 1860 rocker beater barn beam loom. Tour the Reception Center Exhibits: The Mishler Memorial Room, Photography Room, and The Heritage Educational Room.

On a separate campus near the Smithville Post Office, tour the Pioneer Log Cabin, Village Blacksmith Shop, Sheller Log House, Carriage Barn with the Village Pottery, the LyDo Barn Exhibit, and The Historic Church of God. Buildings that are handicap accessible include: the Mishler Weaving Mill, the Reception Center, the Village Blacksmith Shop, The LyDo Barn Exhibit, and The Historic Church of God. 

Address: Smithville Community Historical Society

381 E. Main Street (State Route 585)

and in the center of Smithville
, , Ohio
Ph: (330) 723-1895 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: frescot@lek.net
Web: www.rootsweb.com/~ohschs/index.html

13 Smithville Community Historical Society Open House - Smithville Community Historical Society Open House from 1:30 to 4:00 pm at the Mishler Weaving Mill and Reception Center, 381 East Main Street. Watch the Mill's weaving looms, the oldest of which dates from 1895, weave dish cloths, table runners, and place mats. See rag rugs, rag placemats, and dish towels being woven on hand looms.  One of our rug looms is an 1860 rocker beater barn beam loom. Tour the Reception Center Exhibits: The Mishler Memorial Room, Photography Room, and The Heritage Educational Room.

On a separate campus near the Smithville Post Office, tour the Pioneer Log Cabin, Village Blacksmith Shop, Sheller Log House, Carriage Barn with the Village Pottery, the LyDo Barn Exhibit, and The Historic Church of God. Buildings that are handicap accessible include: the Mishler Weaving Mill, the Reception Center, the LyDo Barn Exhibit, and The Historic Church of God.  

Address: Smithville Community Historical Society

381 E. Main Street (State Route 585)

and in the center of Smithville
, , Ohio
Ph: (330) 723-1895 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: frescot@lek.net
Web: www.rootsweb.com/~ohschs/index.html

November

26 - 27 Christmas Preview - All our nooks and crannies will be chock full of the very finest holiday ornaments, decorations, gifts, florals and more!  Over 40 amazingly decorated trees, and the most beautiful holiday gifts and decorations your eyes have ever seen!  One of the United State's Foremost Folk Artists Will Moses (Great Grandson to Grandma Moses) will be here to personalize your artwork.

This is your best chance to find all those special things that you've come to expect from Pine Tree before they sell out. Ride the horse drawn wagon or Pine Tree Express into the fields to pick out your perfect Christmas Tree. Everything You Want In One Very Inspiring Place

Address: Pine Tree Barn, 4374 Shreve Rd , , Ohio
Ph: (330) 264-1014 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@pinetreebarn.com
Web: www.pinetreebarn.com

26 Buckeye Book Fair - Book lovers, readers, and holiday shoppers will have the opportunity to meet nearly 100 notable Ohio writers, illustrators, and photographers and purchase autographed copies of their latest books at a discount on Saturday at the annual Buckeye Book Fair.

Address: Fisher Auditorium, 1680 Madison Ave , , Ohio
Ph: (330) 262-3244 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: bbfmgr@woosterbook.com
Web: www.buckeyebookfair.com

8 Window Wonderland - Downtown Wooster kicks off the holiday season with not only a visit by Santa, but also with a few of his reindeer! They will come to Wooster just in time for the unveiling of the decorated downtown shop windows. In addition, there is live music, artists, kids' activities and the official lighting of the childrens' tree on Public Square. 7:00pm - 9:30pm

Address: Downtown Wooster, Market and Liberty streets , , Ohio
Ph: (330) 262-6222 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: tami@neobright.net
Web: www.mainstreetwooster.org

December

22 Downtown Churches Holiday Walking Tour - The churches of downtown Wooster welcome the public to the annual holiday walking tour. Each church will feature something special -- music, decorations, history, tours, refreshments ...

The event is a cooperative effort on the part of the downtown churches and Main Street Wooster, Inc.

Address: Downtown Wooster , , Ohio
Ph: (330) 262-6222 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: tami@neobright.net
Web: www.mainstreetwooster.org

23 - 24 Christmas in the Village at Smithville, Ohio - Christmas in the Village. A visit to Christmas past. Roast marshmallows in the fireplace, sing carols around the pump organ, and visit with Santa. Presented by Smithville Community Historical Society in the heart of Smithville.

All Society Buildings will be open: The Pioneer Log Cabin, Sheller Log House, Carriage Barn with the Village Pottery, Village Blacksmith Shop, the LyDo Barn Exhibit, and The Historic Church of God. These buildings are near the Smithville Post Office.

The Mishler Weaving Mill, gift shop, and the Reception Center will be open at 381 East Main Street. Watch the Mill's weaving looms, the oldest of which dates from 1895, weave dish cloths, table runners, and placemats. See rag rugs and dish towels being woven using hand looms. One of our rug looms is an 1860 rocker beater barn beam loom. Tour the Reception Center Exhibits: the Mishler Memorial Room, Photography Room, and the Heritage Educational Room. Make-it and take-it activities for children will be done in the Reception Center.

Address: Smithville Community Historical Society

381 E. Main Street (State Route 585)

and in the center of Smthville
, , Ohio
Ph: (330) 723-1895 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: frescot@lek.net
Web: www.rootsweb.com/~ohschs/index.html

Attractions and Upcoming Events

Mishler Weaving Mill

The Mishler Weaving Mill is a textile weaving mill using original looms, the oldest of which dates from 1895. One rug loom is an 1860 rocker beater barn beam loom. The Mill is owned and operated by member-volunteers of the Smithville Community Historical Society. Items woven include: 

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Ramseyer Farms

The Ramseyer family has farmed in the heart of Wayne County for over 100 years.  They now open their farm so visitors of all ages can enjoy learning about farm life and relax in a rural setting.  Spark your interest in Ohio's history in one fun day while exploring our Ohio Maze.&#

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Ramseyer Farms Ohio Maze

The Ohio Maze is an authentic replica of the state, created in a corn field. Explore 8 1/2 acres with over 2 miles of trails. These paths include: Native American trails, rivers, underground railroads, state boundaries, highways, and more!

, OH Mazes

Meadow Lake Park

A beautiful and serene 22 acre, 165 site campground in the rural farmland of Ohio. Electric and water at every site, some 50 amp service, some pull through, some wooded. 2

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"PINE TREE BARN" and FARMS

Pine Tree Barn, is a historical landmark built in 1868.  We restored the Dutch bank barn into a 25,000 foot gift shop, a home furnishing and design studio, and a gourmet luncheon restaurant. 

Fine Luncheon Cuisine in The Granary.  Enjoy  

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