Findlay, Ohio

Upcoming Events in Findlay Ohio


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Summer Schedule for Train Rides - Northwest Ohio Railroads summer train ride schedule is May 29 thru September 5 every Saturday and Sunday. Saturday hours are 5:00 to 8:00 pm Sunday hours are 1:00 to 4:00 pm. Come ride on a 1/4 scale steam train or our diesel train then visit our gift shop and see the model train layouts in our museum.

Address: 11600 County Road 99 Findlay, Ohio Phone: 419-423-2995 , Findlay, Ohio
Email: nworrp@sbcglobal.net
Web: nworrp.org
Fee: $1.00 per person

Spring NWORRP Train Schedule - 1/4 scale steam train and diesel train rides starting March 27 thru May 23 every Saturday and Sunday except Easter Sunday. Hours of operation are 1-4 pm both days. Visit our gift shop and our museum with model train layouts.

Address: 11600 County Road 99 , Findlay, Ohio
Ph: 419-423-2995 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: nworrp@sbcglobal.net
Web: nworrp.org
Fee: $1.00 per person

Courtyard Concerts - Join your friends and co-workers for a unique outdoor dining experience at Latham Courtyard in Downtown Findlay! Enjoy live music and great food from local establishments at Courtyard Concerts, Tuesday's all summer!

Address: Latham Courtyard , Findlay, Ohio
Ph: (419) 422-3412 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: events@artspartnership.com
Web: www.artspartnership.com

March

8Maple Sugarin' Day - Step out on the trails and back in time for a late winter living history and nature walk that features maple trees, sap science, and sap collection by Native Americans and pioneers. Guided walks depart every 15 minutes from the gatehouse between 12pm and 2pm. The historic McKinnis House, workshop and wagon shed (where you'll find maple products for sale) will also be open from 12-3pm.

Address: Litzenberg Memorial Woods, 6100 US 224 West , Findlay, Ohio
Ph: (419) 425-7275 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@visitfindlay.com
Web: www.hancockparks.com

22 - 23FINPEX 2012: Stamp & Post Card Show - FINPEX 2012 is a 2-day stamp show, stamp exhibition and dealer bourse. A youth table is included and food is available. Saturday hours are 10 a.m. to 5p.m. and Sunday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Address: The Lighthouse 10055 State Route 224 West, Findlay , Findlay, Ohio
Ph: 419-296-5565 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: moeberg2@roadrunner.com
Fee: Admission Free. Also free parking

23Flag City Train Show - We start our season of train rides with our annual Flag City Train Show, featuring model trains, toy trains, and railroad memorabilia for sale by various dealers. The whole family can enjoy a quarter-scale train ride for only $1.00 per passenger during show hours. Also see HO and Lionel trains running as well as static displays of 7-1/2" gauge engines and a full-scale motor car.  Antique Erector sets will also be on display.  Food service available. 10:00am - 4:00pm.

Easy to find - we are at the northeast corner of I-75 Exit #161 (County Rd. 99), just west of Findlay Ford Lincoln-Mercury at the north end of Findlay.

Address: Northwest Ohio Railroad Preservation, Inc., 11600 County Rd. 99 , Findlay, Ohio
Ph: (419) 432-2995 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: nworrp@bright.net
Web: www.nworrp.org
Fee: Admission $3.00, Children 12 & younger admitted free with paid adult.
Train rides $1.00 additional charge, all ages.

April

28 - 30Leisure Living Home Show - Over 150 exhibitors displaying and selling. Home improvement, financial institutions, health and fitness, farm, lawn and garden, pools and spas and much more!

Address: Hancock Recreation Center, 3430 N. Main St. , Findlay, Ohio
Ph: (419) 422-4545 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: sandyk@wfin.com
Web: www.wfin.com

May

29Findlay Lions Club Auction - The Findlay Lions Club will be holding its annual auction starting at 6:30pm. Money raised will be used for sight-related projects, a large portion of which is used to purchase eyeglasses for the needy of our community. The items and gift certificates that are auctioned are donated by area businesses.

Address: Lighthouse, 10055 US 224 West , Findlay, Ohio
Ph: 419-423-1691 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: findlaylions@aol.com

3 - 20Mazza Museum - The Mazza Museum is a collection of original artwork by the most distinguished and honored illustrators of children's books. It has the distinction of being the only teaching gallery in the world specializing in such art. Group tours available by appointment.

Address:
1000 North Main St.

, Findlay, Ohio
Ph: (419) 434-4777 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: mazza@findlay.edu
Web: www.mazzamuseum.org

34Springtime in Ohio -Annual Old Mill Stream Craft Show - NW Ohio's largest and most distinctive Spring Craft Show!
*Over 300 Exhibits from an 8 state area
*10 Buildings, 3 Big Top Tents and dozen of outdoor exhibits brimming full of Americana, Country, Contemporary, Folk Art, Primitive and Victorian Arts and Crafts for sale
*Rain or shine - Ample free parking - Demonstrations - Pony rides - Delicious Food - Entertainment
*Coupon available on website.

Address: Hancock County Fairgrounds, 1017 E. Sandusky St. , Findlay, Ohio
Ph: (800) 424-3315 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: cloudpro@thewavz.com
Web: www.cloudshows.biz
Fee: $5 per person (Children under 12 and parking are free)

3Annual Fish Festival - Event open to all children ages 5-13 with an adult companion. Anglers must register at Lake Front Activity Center. All state fishing rules and regulations must be followed and anglers are asked to take home what they catch. No catch and release permitted. Concessions provided by Findlay Civitan Club. Bait for sale.

Address: Riverbend Park - Lakefront Activity Center, 16618 TR 208 , Findlay, Ohio
Ph: (419) 425-7275 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@visitfindlay.com
Web: www.hancockparks.com

16 - 18Annual Armed Forces Day - Military Vehicle Show and Swap Meet Celebrating American Freedom.

There will be over 150 vehicles/food vendors/Flyovers/Military Reenactions/Military Vehicle SwapMeet.

Friday:

Noon — Gates open, raise colors
5:30 p.m. — Barbecue chicken dinner 6 p.m. — Color Guard retires colors.

Saturday:

7 a.m. — Gates open.
7:30 a.m. — Breakfast at Fairgrounds Building D.
8:30 a.m. — Breakfast recognition program, awards for Hancock County Veteran of the Year and Soldier of the Year
10 a.m. — Parade lineup at south end of Midway
10:15 a.m. — Parade begins.
10:30 a.m. — Opening ceremony
11 a.m. — Marlboro live fire demonstration; reenactor demonstration at south end of fairgrounds
11:30 a.m. — Revolutionary War reenactors at north end
12:30 p.m. — Marlboro live fire demonstration
1:30 p.m. — Genoa Band performs in Midway
2 p.m. — Reenactor demonstration at south end
3:30 p.m. — Pass and Review Parade, awarding of dash plates
6 p.m. — Color Guard retires colors
10 p.m. — Gates close

Sunday:

7 a.m. — Gates open, Color Guard raises colors.
3 p.m. — Color Guard retires colors, event closes

Gates will open at noon Friday.
Admission is $5 for adults, $3 for children ages 6 to 17, and free for those under age 6. Parking is free.

Sponsored by: the Findlay-Hancock County Military Association.

Address: Hancock County Fairgrounds, 1017 E. Sandusky St. , Findlay, Ohio
Ph: 800-424-3315 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: visitfindlay.com
Fee: 5 for adults, $3 for children ages 6 to 17, and free for those under age 6. Parking is free.

17 - 18Ouad A Rama Appaloosa Horse Show - This Appaloosa Horse Show is held at the University of Findlay Western Farm. With over 200 Appaloosa Horses, this is one of the largest shows in the 5 state area!

Address: The University of Findlay Western Farm, County Road 40 , Findlay, Ohio
Ph: 419-306-2259 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: tmcowboy@aol.com
Web: www.glaphc.com

222Old Millstream Farmer's Market - Local farmers will be on hand selling a wide range of fresh produce, flowers, baked goods and more. Concessions and outdoor entertainment await you at the Farmers Market at the Hancock County Fairgrounds!

Address: Hancock County Fairgrounds

1017 E. Sandusky Street

, Findlay, Ohio
Ph: (419) 422-3313 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@greaterfindlayinc.com
Web: hancock.osu.edu/Farm%20Market/07FarmMarket.html

June

2Annual Peter Rabbit Tea - Our annual Peter Rabbit tea features a special character from Peter Rabbit as read by Beatrix Potter, followed by "tea" in the historic McKinnis House. Afterward, meet some of the characters from the story in the garden. This program is for children ages 4-6 and their adult companion. One adult required for every two children. Register with $4 per person. Register early! Limited space!

Address: Litzenberg Memorial Woods, 6100 US 224 West , Findlay, Ohio
Ph: (419) 425-7275 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@visitfindlay.com
Web: www.hancockparks.com

6Boogie on Main Street - Kick-off to summer with live music & great food on Main Street in Downtown Findlay. This annual fundraiser helps support the many free programs we offer to our community.

Address: Main Street , Findlay, Ohio
Ph: (419) 422-3412 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: event@artspartnership.com
Web: www.artspartnership.com

13 - 15Rally in the Alley - Rally in the Alley is an outdoor musical event that has become a tradition in the downtown for celebrating the end of the week. Relax and enjoy live music, beverages and… Free admission. Friday evenings, 5-8PM. June into mid August.

Address: Latham Courtyard , Findlay, Ohio
Ph: (419) 422-3313 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: anostadt@findlayhancockchamber.com
Web: visitfindlay.com

14Classic Memories II Car Show - All makes and models will be on display! Enjoy cars, trucks, motorcycles, music, concessions, a swap meet and an awards ceremony. All proceeds to benefit local charities.

Address: Owens Community College, 3200 Bright Road , Findlay, Ohio
Ph: (419) 387-7286 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.flagcityclassics.com

July

44th of July Celebration - Bring your picnic baskets and join the McKinnis family and friends as they celebrate our nations Independence. There will also be Pioneer children's games and music.

Address: Litzenberg Memorial Woods, 6100 US 224 West , Findlay, Ohio
Ph: (419) 425-7275 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@visitfindlay.com
Web: www.hancockparks.com

12 - 13Findlay Fire Cracker Open Horse Show - One of Ohio's Largest Open Horse Shows with over 300 horses competing for over $6,000 in prize money and gifts! Horsemasters 4-H Club promises to put on a horse show that you will never forget and will want to return to every year!

Address: The University of Findlay Western Farm, CR 40 , Findlay, Ohio
Ph: (800) 424-3315 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: tharmon@woh.rr.com
Web: www.firecrackerweekend.com

12Flavor of Findlay - This one-day event will feature live entertainment, the latest kids' attractions and most importantly, food! lots of food! The day will offer live music in the beer garden featuring entertainment from The Civil Surfers, Mid Life Crisis and more! Area restaurants (setup "cafe style") will offer their most popular menu items, a kid's zone and entertainment from local talent and performances from other area groups. All proceeds from the Flavor of Findlay event will benefit two local organizations; Special Kids Therapy and the Troop Group (Flag City Soldier Support).

Address: The CUBE, 3430 North Main Street , Findlay, Ohio
Ph: (419) 420-9327 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.flavoroffindlay.com

17 - 20Ohio Michigan Indiana Quarterhorse Show - Featuring horses competing for points to qualify for the World Quarter Horse Show!

Address: Hancock County Fairgrounds, 1017 E. Sandusky St. , Findlay, Ohio
Ph: (800) 424-3315 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@visitfindlay.com

313Antique Machinery Show - Don't miss this huge display of antique machinery, engines, tractors, scooters, and steam engines. There will be live demonstrations of working antique equipment daily. Events include tractor & truck pulls, parade, music, tractor square dance, and much more! There is also a huge flea market, arts & crafts show, and trading post. The feature for this year is International Harvester.

Address: Hancock County Fairgrounds, 1017 E. Sandusky St. , Findlay, Ohio
Ph: (419) 859-3386 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: farmall@wcnet.org
Web: www.visitfindlay.com

August

2Rib-Off on Broadway - Area rib vendors vie for the coveted "Judges Choice Award" and the "People's Choice Award." Finger lickin', flavor-packed ribs along with big bands under the stars. Join us for an evening full of musical entertainment.

Address: Downtown Findlay, 205 Broadway St. , Findlay, Ohio
Ph: (419) 422-3412 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: event@artspartnership.com
Web: www.artspartnership.com

2Car Tunes on Main - The Flag City Corvette Club and United Way of Hancock County present "Car Tunes on Main". The event will feature a car cruise-in, Battle of the Bands, food vendors, specialty cars on display, car awards, and inflatable activities for kids of all ages. The evening will be capped off with a concert by the Danger Brothers beginning at 7:00pm. The car parade will be open to all cars from 1985 and older, as well as two-seater sports cars from any year.

The event will raise funds for United Way and other local non-profit organizations. For more information, contact the United Way office 419-423-1432.

Address: Downtown Findlay , Findlay, Ohio
Ph: (419) 423-1432 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@visitfindlay.com
Web: www.cartunesonmain.com

8 - 10Annual Flag City Balloonfest - Celebrate over 100 years of flight, Flag City style! The Annual Flag City Balloon Fest is an invitational NABA sanctioned competition event featuring 30 hot air balloons competing for cash and prizes. This year's event will include several special shaped balloons.

Other site activities include food vendors, vintage car show, skydivers, ultralights, powered parachutes, helicopter rides, remote controlled airplanes, Bicentennial 5K run and kids activities.

Join us for a wondrous site of color and sound as balloons launch at sunrise and at dusk.

Address: Emory Adams Park, 1827 South Blanchard Street , Findlay, Ohio
Ph: (800) 424-3315 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: info@flagcityballoonfest.com
Web: www.flagcityballoonfest.com

23OH0505004e147 - FindlayPhantom Fight Explosion 4 - Mixed martial arts event being held at the Cube Arena. All proceeds from beer sales go to benefit the LAM Foundation. LAM is a frequently fatal lung disease that affects mostly women.

Address: The Cube Arena 3430 , Findlay, Ohio
Ph: 419-230-1029 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: phantomsports@phantomsports.tv
Web: www.phantomsports.tv
Fee: $20

271Hancock County Fair - Elephant ears, cotton candy, caramel apples, 4-H entries, craft shows, horse shows, grandstand concerts, rides, games, and more! This agricultural exhibition is fun for all ages and allows residents to come together in the spirit of cooperation and community.

Address: Hancock County Fairgrounds, 1017 E. Sandusky Ave. , Findlay, Ohio
Ph: (419) 423-9273 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: SrFair@hancockfairgrounds.org
Web: www.hancockfairgrounds.org

September

30 - 31The Travel Extravaganza -

The second annual Travel Extravaganza will take place September 8th and 9th at The Cube. Saturday hours are 10 a.m. to 5p.m. and Sunday from noon to 4 p.m. Entertainment provided by Pantasia, the steel drum band, local chefs and cruise lines.  This event is sponsored by WFIN and WKXA Radio and Carlson Millstream Travel  Booth space is available for travel, vacation and hobby related businesses.  The event is open to the public.  For additional information contact Sandy Kozlevcar at 419-422-2142 or sandyk@wfin.com

Address: The CUBE

3430 North Main Street

, Findlay, Ohio
Ph: (419) 422-2142 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: sandyk@wfin.com
Web: www.wfin.com

67Tracks To The Past - See old time exhibits and take a little steam train ride at our annual TRACKS TO THE PAST show. Stroll around for a close up of old tractors and gas engines. Watch a blacksmith pounding out nails on his anvil. See logs cut into planks by a sawmill powered by a steam traction engine. Pet an alpaca or learn about birds of prey. Take a tour of a 1920s era B&O caboose to see where conductors and brakemen once worked, slept, and ate back in the old days when every train had a caboose at the end of its length of cars. Little ones can enjoy the simple pleasure of playing in a big sand pile. Come out and enjoy an old-fashioned weekend! From 8:00-10:00am each day there will be a delicious all-you-can-eat pancake and sausage breakfast for $5 ($3 for young children). If that's too early, then enjoy a hotdog or hamburger during show hours. Beverages and snacks are also available.

Friday night Fish Fry - 4:00-7:00 pm.
Saturday - 9:00 am till dark
Sunday - 10:00 am till 5:00 pm.

Address: Northwest Ohio Railroad Preservation, Inc., 11600 County Rd. 99 , Findlay, Ohio
Ph: 419-423-2995 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: nworrp@sbcglobal.net
Web: www.nworrp.org
Fee: Admission $2 ($1 for children 12 and under)

67Hancock Horizontal Hundred - Join us for one of the flattest rides in Ohio.  Great ride for your first 100 mile "Century" attempt.  Bicycle dealer/vendor displays and a free ice cream social Saturday evening.  "Chris Cakes" serving hot cakes breakfast Sunday morning.  Ride fee includes: patch (first 1000 registrants), map, rest stops with food, lunch, SAG support and a well marked route on smooth blacktop roads.  All corners are swept prior to day of event.  Online registration is available.

Address: Findlay High School, 1200 Broad Avenue , Findlay, Ohio
Ph: (419) 422-0417 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: hancockhandlebars@woh.rr.com
Web: www.hancockhorizontalhundred.com

19 - 20Hancock Heritage Days - The annual Hancock Heritage Days Festival will again focus on the Civil War era. Activities for the weekend include an encampment of Civil War re-enactors who will be doing such living history as drills, skirmishes, church service, court-martial and an officer's funeral. Other living history re-enactments include Abraham Lincoln, Johnny Appleseed and his brother Nathaniel, and the Underground Railroad. Vintage baseball games will be played all Saturday afternoon and a 2 pm Sunday game with a local "celebrity" team. A Kids' Korner for hands-on activities, artisans' demonstrations, period music, antiques appraisals and food vendors will also be part of the scheduled activities. Join us for a weekend of living history!

Address: Riverbend Park, 16618 Twp. Rd. 208 , Findlay, Ohio
Ph: (419) 423-4433 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: Ohio57thregiment@aol.com
Web: www.campvance.com

20 - 21National Dachshund Races - Join us for a Day at the Races! Dachshunds and their families come from all over to have a day of family fun. Dachshunds can enter several races and contests such as: Best Dressed, Oldest, Youngest, the Mayors Cup and many more. Also enjoy food and craft vendors.

Address: Hancock County Fairgrounds, 1017 E. Sandusky St. , Findlay, Ohio
Ph: (419) 420-7339 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: weinerrace@yahoo.com
Web: www.weinerrace.com

27 - 19Pumpkin Train - Take your children on a delightful little train ride to the 'pumpkin patch' where they can choose their special pumpkin to be transported back to the station on a flatbed car attached to the train. There is an additional charge for pumpkins. 1pm-4pm, Saturdays/Sundays.

Address: Northwest Ohio Railroad Preservation, Inc., 11600 County Rd. 99 , Findlay, Ohio
Ph: (419) 423-2995 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: nworrp@bright.net
Web: www.nworrp.org
Fee: $2 Adults and $1 Children 12 & younger, and that includes a train ride to the 'pumpkin patch'

October

3 - 26Train of Terror & Haunted Engine House - Teenagers and young adults don't want to miss the Train of Terror & Haunted Engine House for a trip of scary fun. Passengers take a frightening night quarter-scale steam train ride past the woods. Then, for those that survive, there is a walk through the creepy, dark, haunted engine house building. Watch out for suprises that will make you scream! Weekends in October, Fri-Sat, 8-midnight; Sun, 'til 10pm.

Address: Northwest Ohio Railroad Preservation, Inc., 11600 County Rd. 99 , Findlay, Ohio
Ph: (419) 423-2995 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: nworrp@bright.net
Web: www.nworrp.org/haunted
Fee: $7.00

45Annual Christmas in October Craft Show - Over 300 artists and crafters from eight states will have displays in 11 buildings and 3 big top tents and be selling Americana, Country, Primitive Contemporary, Victorian, Folk Art and many unique offerings.

Address: Hancock County Fairgrounds, 1017 E. Sandusky Street , Findlay, Ohio
Ph: (419) 436-1457 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: cloudpro@tds.net
Web: www.cloudshows.biz

5Harvest the Past - Join us for this park-wide celebration of harvests of the past.  Music, horse-drawn hayrides, spinning demonstrations, children's activities, and visit the 1840's McKinnis House and workshop.  There is something for the entire family.

Address: Litzenberg Memorial Woods, 6100 US 224 West , Findlay, Ohio
Ph: (419) 425-7275 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: hpdparks@hancockparks.com
Web: www.hancockparks.com

18Non-Scary Halloween House - The Camp Fire USA Non-Scary Halloween House is an event geared to youth in pre-school to 4th grade. It is a good alternative for non-scary Halloween fun. Children will get to play games, earn prizes, do a Halloween craft, and go through our Halloween Maze. 12:00-4:00 PM.

Address: Hancock County Fairgrounds, 1017 E. Sandusky Street , Findlay, Ohio
Ph: (419) 422-5415 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: fun@campfireusa-nwohio.com
Web: www.campfireusa-nwohio.com
Fee: $3.00 for children, free for adults. Admission includes 10 game tickets. Additional tickets available 10 for $1.00.

26Annual Enchanted Forest Walk - Our Halloween Walk is back with a few changes: a new name and location. Groups will leave Shelter 3 at the Riverbend Big Oaks Area with a guide every 15 minutes. Call to sign up for your designated start time. Warm up afterward by the fireplace and enjoy refreshments. Program open to those above the age of 5.

Address: Riverbend Park, 16618 Twp. Rd. 208 , Findlay, Ohio
Ph: (419) 425-7275 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: hpdparks@hancockparks.com
Web: www.hancockparks.com

November

31Art Walk - The Arts Partnership would like to invite you to experience great art, shopping, and dining during Findlay's Downtown gallery hop, ArtWalk! This free, family oriented event will feature galleries, artists' studios, shops and restaurants.

Address: Downtown , Findlay, Ohio
Ph: (419) 422-3412 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: ahartman@visitfindlay.com
Web: www.artspartnership.com

9Hibernate, Migrate, Survive - As the cool weather approaches, animals are getting ready for the winter.  We stay awake through the cold, snowy months; find out what other animals do.  Activities, crafts and information will be available.

Address: Oakwoods Nature Preserve

1400 Oakwoods Lane

, Findlay, Ohio
Ph: (419) 425-7275 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: hpdparks@hancockparks.com
Web: www.hancockparks.com

10 - 12Winterfest - Santa's House, wagon rides, and miniature train rides will be available for kids of all ages Monday's and Friday's in Dorney Plaza.  Santa's House is sponsored by Kiwanis, Findlay Downtown Area Association and Campfire USA.

Address: Dorney Plaza , Findlay, Ohio
Ph: (800) 424-3315 (Always call and confirm events)
Web: www.visitfindlay.com

21 - 23North Pole Express - Come out and enjoy good cheer at our most popular event! Our quarter-scale steam train ride takes you through a festive wonderland of unique* holiday decorations and beautiful lights. Inside see holiday toy trains running and beautifully decorated Christmas trees.
(Be sure to bundle up for the cold weather with hats, gloves, and scarves - our coaches are open sided!)
There are over one hundred cut-outs that our volunteers designed and painted by hand - many, many hours have been put into this display for your enjoyment.

North Pole Express Fridays 6:00pm-9:00pm, Saturday 5:00pm-9:00pm, Sunday 5:00PM - 8:00PM November 25-Janurary 1 (closed December 24, Christmas Eve)

Address: Northwest Ohio Railroad Preservation, Inc.

11600 County Rd. 99

, Findlay, Ohio
Ph: (419) 423-2995 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: nworrp@bright.net
Web: www.nworrp.org

22Pioneer Tea - Mrs. McKinnis welcomes you to her home to learn about early pioneer holiday customs, hear live dulcimer music, drink hot tea and sample period tea bread.  Registration with $6/person by Thursday at the Hancock Park District office.  Space is limited.

Address: Litzenberg Memorial Woods, 6100 US 224 West , Findlay, Ohio
Ph: (419) 425-7275 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: hpdparks@hancockparks.com
Web: www.hancockparks.com

December

28 - 30North Pole Express - Come out and enjoy good cheer at our most popular event! Our quarter-scale steam train ride takes you through a festive wonderland of unique* holiday decorations and beautiful lights. Inside see holiday toy trains running and beautifully decorated Christmas trees. Railroad gift shop is stocked with many items for big and little railroad enthusiasts. Fresh popcorn and hot chocolate also available.
(Be sure to bundle up for the cold weather with hats, gloves, and scarves - our coaches are open sided!)
* There are over one hundred cut-outs that our volunteers designed and painted by hand - many, many hours have been put into this display for your enjoyment.

North Pole Express Fridays 6:00pm-9:00pm, Saturday 5:00pm-9:00pm, Sunday 5:00PM - 8:00PM November 25-Janurary 1 (closed December 24, Christmas Eve)

Address: Northwest Ohio Railroad Preservation, Inc.

11600 County Rd. 99

, Findlay, Ohio
Ph: (419) 423-2995 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: nworrp@bright.net
Web: www.nworrp.org

57North Pole Express - Come out and enjoy good cheer at our most popular event! Our quarter-scale steam train ride takes you through a festive wonderland of unique* holiday decorations and beautiful lights. Inside see holiday toy trains running and beautifully decorated Christmas trees. Railroad gift shop stocked with many items for big and little railroad enthusiasts. Fresh popcorn and hot chocolate also available.
(Be sure to bundle up for the cold weather with hats, gloves, and scarves - our coaches are open sided!)
* There are over one hundred cut-outs that our volunteers designed and painted by hand - many, many hours have been put into this display for your enjoyment.

North Pole Express Fridays 6:00pm-9:00pm, Saturday 5:00pm-9:00pm, Sunday 5:00PM - 8:00PM November 25-Janurary 1 (closed December 24, Christmas Eve)

Address: Northwest Ohio Railroad Preservation, Inc.

11600 County Rd. 99

, Findlay, Ohio
Ph: (419) 423-2995 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: nworrp@bright.net
Web: www.nworrp.org

12 - 14North Pole Express - Come out and enjoy good cheer at our most popular event! Our quarter-scale steam train ride takes you through a festive wonderland of unique* holiday decorations and beautiful lights. Railroad gift shop is stocked with many items for big and little railroad enthusiasts. Fresh popcorn and hot chocolate also available.
(Be sure to bundle up for the cold weather with hats, gloves, and scarves - our coaches are open sided!)
* There are over one hundred cut-outs that our volunteers designed and painted by hand - many, many hours have been put into this display for your enjoyment

North Pole Express Fridays 6:00pm-9:00pm, Saturday 5:00pm-9:00pm, Sunday 5:00PM - 8:00PM November 25-Janurary 1 (closed December 24, Christmas Eve)

Address: Northwest Ohio Railroad Preservation, Inc.

11600 County Rd. 99

, Findlay, Ohio
Ph: (419) 423-2995 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: nworrp@bright.net
Web: www.nworrp.org

19 - 21North Pole Express - Come out and enjoy good cheer at our most popular event! Our quarter-scale steam train ride takes you through a festive wonderland of unique* holiday decorations and beautiful lights. Inside see holiday toy trains running and beautifully decorated Christmas trees. Railroad gift shop is stocked with many items for big and little railroad enthusiasts. Fresh popcorn and hot chocolate also available.
(Be sure to bundle up for the cold weather with hats, gloves, and scarves - our coaches are open sided!)
* There are over one hundred cut-outs that our volunteers designed and painted by hand - many, many hours have been put into this display for your enjoyment.

North Pole Express Fridays 6:00pm-9:00pm, Saturday 5:00pm-9:00pm, Sunday 5:00PM - 8:00PM November 25-Janurary 1 (closed December 24, Christmas Eve)

Address: Northwest Ohio Railroad Preservation, Inc.

11600 County Rd. 99

, Findlay, Ohio
Ph: (419) 423-2995 (Always call and confirm events)
Email: nworrp@bright.net
Web: www.nworrp.org


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Oak Hill Cottage was owned and occupied by the family of Doctor Johannes Aten Jones for 101 years. Built in 1847, it has seve...

Walden Golf & Tennis Club

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Minerva Lake Golf Course

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