|8 - 10||French 500 Flea Market - This indoor/outdoor show features antiques and collectibles offered by over 150 dealers. Hunt for unique treasures at this three day event.|
|57||French 500 Flea Market - This indoor/outdoor show features antiques and collectibles offered by over 150 dealers. Hunt for unique treasures at this three day event.|
|46||French 500 Flea Market - This indoor/outdoor show features antiques and collectibles offered by over 150 dealers. Hunt for unique treasures at this three day event.|
|7 - 15||Cliffside Golf Course - Cliffside Golf Course offers eighteen challenging holes, with four sets of tees, which test all skills levels and provide an exceptional golfing experience.Founded in 1988, Cliffside was designed by reowned golf course Architect Jack Kidwell.
Address: Cliffside Golf Course
|15 - 16||John Gee Black Historical Center - John and Barbara Gee organized the John Gee African American Methodist Espiscopal Chapel in 1818, meeting first in a schoolhouse on Pine Street, which served them until 1866. John Gee, a skilled carpenter, built houses in Gallipolis and donated the land at 48 Pine Street for the first church edifice.
Address: John Gee Black Historical Center
|15 - 16||Gallia County Historical and Genealogical Society - The Gallia County Historical and Genealogical Society was established in 1975, to discover, collect and preserve historical and genealogical material pertaining to Gallia County, including photographs, history and Gallia County souvenirs.
Address: Gallia County Historical & Genealogical Society
|15 - 16||Raccoon Creek County Park - Situated in the foothills of Southeastern, Ohio, the park is bounded on the north by Raccoon Creek, the stream formerly called "Etha Petha," the Shawnee word for Raccoon. To the South lie hills and upland fields adjacent to the historic Popular Knob.|
|15 - 16||Our House Museum - Don't miss a visit to this restored tavern, originally owned by Henry Cushing and his sister Elizabeth. It was the center of the community's social life for many years. General Lafayette, on his triumphant tour of America, was entertained here on Sunday, May 22, 1825. Open to the individual traveler and for groups. Call for further information.|
|29 - 31||Annual Harvest Moon PowWow - On Labor Day weekend, the Native American Education Association is determined to have one of the best Pow-Wow's in Southeastern Ohio. They will be presenting its annual Harvest Moon PowWow in the Gallipolis City Park in beautiful downtown Gallipolis, Ohio right along the Ohio River front.
The purpose of the Pow-Wow contributes greatly to the revitalization of traditions and culture of the Native Americans. The unique culture of the Native Americans will be expressed thru music, dance and spirituality. Native Americans come together to share experiences, discuss issues, demonstrate, sell and exhibit their work. Story tellers will be on hand to identify with the children telling stories of Chief Cornstalk and Tecumseh. Food vendors will be on hand to give a taste of Native American cooking. Veterans from the American Legion and Gallia County Viet Nam Veterans will open up the ceremonies each day to give patronage and honor to our great nation. The Artistic Drum for this event will be Red Circle. Red Circle is a great drum who is known through out the Eastern region of the United States. They will be bringing a following of dancers in full regalia with them. The Co-Host Drum for the Pow-Wow is Sky Hawk. Our MC is Danny Two Eagles. Head Veteran is Brian Darst. Head Male Danacer is Shane Norris. Head Female Dancer is Rona A Tis La. The Arena Director is Ross Davidson. Bring your lawn chairs and have a great time. The Pow-Wow opens daily from 10am to dark.
Address: Gallipolis City Park , Gallipolis, Ohio
|19 - 20||Gallia County Hike and Bike Trail - This former CSX railway right-of-way offers visitors 8 miles of pristine trail perfect for hiking and biking. The trail will ultimately stretch 28 miles from southern Vinton County through Gallia County to Gallipolis.|
|15 - 21||Haunted Ariel Theatre - Fear will grip you as you explore three floors including the Ariel's underground tunnels. Step into the nightmare we have created espically for you...if you dare!
Address: Ariel Ann Carson Dater Performing Arts Centre
|17||Storytelling Contest - Located in the historic Our House Museum, some of the county's best loved storytellers join regional and local storytellers as they educate, inform, challenge and entertain.|
|301||French 500 Flea Market - This large outdoor/indoor show features antiques and collectibles offered by over 150 dealers. Hunt for unique treasures at this three day event.|
|27 - 29||French 500 Flea Market Christmas Bazaar - This large outdoor/indoor show features antiques and collectibles offered by over 150 dealers. Hunt for unique treasures at this three day event.|
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