Upcoming Events in Steubenville Ohio
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Black History Month: African Americans in the Military
- An exhibit and programs on the history of African Americans in the United States Military will be the focus of Black History Month at Historic Fort Steuben. The month-long event will feature talks, audio-visuals, and photographs recording the notable Black military figures in our nation's history.
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9th Annual Spotlight on Appalachian Ohio - Arts, Music & Travel
- Organized and sponsored by Ohio?s Appalachian Country, this annual travel show highlights the 29 counties of Appalachian Ohio and the many people, places, events and attractions located in the region that offer unique experiences for both leisure and group travelers.
Attendees will have the opportunity to ?taste, listen and learn? all about Appalachian Ohio through its food, music and arts. Address: Fort Steuben Mall
Address: Fort Steuben Mall
First Federal Land Office
- Get a glimpse of the life of the first settlers in Ohio at the First Federal Land Office of the United States. This structure, built in 1801, also served as the home of the area's first land agent David Hoge. On the grounds is the massive 2½ ton bell from the Jefferson County Courthouse. Located next to Old Fort Steuben at 3rd & Adams Streets. Open by appointment.
|26 - 30||Traditions of Steubenville 2007 - Traditions of Steubenville, held during one extended weekend in June, is a medley of festivals that celebrate the community's rich cultural heritage including the Greek Food Festival, Old Fort Steuben Festival, and of course the Dean Martin Festival.|
|27 - 7||Steubenville City Market - Savor summer with fresh produce at the Steubenville Farmer's Market held along Market Street each Thursday. The Farmer's Market features vegetables, fruits, baked goods, and crafts. Every week something new comes into season! While you are downtown stop in for lunch at one of Steubenville's restaurants and visit downtown's variety of specialty shoppes. The Farmer's Market begins June 16 and ends October 27.|
|28 - 30||Dean Martin Festival 2007 - Join thousands of Dean Martin enthusiasts in his hometown at the tenth annual celebration of his life and achievements. Fans gather in Steubenville, Ohio, to enjoy performances of top Dean Martin impersonators, see Dino's hometown, and share memories.|
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Fort Steuben Festival
- The 17th Annual Fort Steuben Festival celebrates life in 18th century America and features reenacting encampments and demonstrations by the First American Regiment, Native Americans, Surveyors and Settlers; entertainment in the newly constructed amphitheater; handmade crafts, historical presentations and demonstrations of 18th century life, marching with Baron von Steuben, pony rides, music, and period activities are available; food, animals, and fun for the whole family; wheelchair accessible.
Historic Fort Steuben is a reconstructed fort on the original site overlooking the Ohio River, the gateway to the West!
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Ohio Valley Frontier Days
- Experience life on the Ohio frontier on the grounds of Historic Fort Steuben. The reconstructed 18th century fort will offer hands-on history at this celebration of our American heritage. Soldier, settler, surveyor, and Native American re-enactors bring the period to life with demonstrations and activities for all ages. Visitors can toss a tomahawk, dip candles, work the forge, and march with Baron von Steuben himself. Crafts, music, food, and games make it a weekend for the whole family.
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Tribute to the American Soldier
A salute to the American soldier from the French & Indian War to the present day, this exhibit will bring American Military History alive. The four-day event includes a traveling museum featuring weapons and uniforms and conversations with veterans, as well as books, literature, and music.
Historic Fort Steuben
- Historic Fort Steuben is a reconstructed 18th century fort built on the original site overlooking the Ohio River that opened the Northwest Territory to expansion and settlement. The 150 soldiers garrisoned in the fort protected the surveyors from hostile tribes as they laid out the first Seven Ranges of the Northwest Territory. Exhibits depict military life in 1787.
An active archaeological dig is part of the tour. The Fort is open for general admission, tours, and school field trips from May through October. Special programs for students are offered in the summer and the fall. The Ohio Valley Frontier Days in June include period reenactments, crafts, archaeological and surveying exhibits, food, demonstrations, music, lectures, and more. Wheelchair accessible.
Visitors can explore the Museum Shop and obtain travel information in the Visitors Center. The adjacent Fort Steuben Park includes the Veterans Memorial Fountain and the newly built Berkman Amphitheater offering concerts and programs in season. The Steubenville City Market is held on Thursdays from June through October and the Thursday Concerts in the Park run through June and July. Tours of the nearby First Federal Land Office (originally built in 1801) can also be arranged.
- The renowned South American folk ensemble Andes Manta will bring its dynamic presentation to the Exhibit Hall at Historic Fort Steuben. Playing more than 35 traditional instruments, Andes Manta brings to life the ancient culture of the Incas and their predecessors, a people focused on the natural world. These Ecuadorian musicians perform a variety of traditional rhythms, from the haunting melodies of the high Andes to the joyous dance rhythms of Indian village festivals. They weave the magic of their sound into a trip to the Amazon rain forest complete with chirping frogs and calling birds.
This free concert is funded and presented as part of the Ohio Arts Council's International Music & Performing Arts in Communities Tour in partnership with the Ohio Arts Presenters Network.
Address: Historic Fort Steuben
Steubenville Light Up Night
- Steubenville sparks the holiday season with its annual Light Up Night. Located at Fort Steuben Park near the county courthouse, the event features the lighting of the Christmas trees and holiday decorations. Entertainment by local dance and music groups, the crowning of the Christmas Queen, free hot chocolate and popcorn, and a festive atmosphere mark this community event.
Jefferson Co. Historical Museum
- Tour the collection of local historic treasures displayed in a nineteen-room, English Tudor style mansion at the Jefferson County Historical Museum. Each room features a different theme, such as children toys, Ohio presidents, Civil War, river transportation, medical history, pottery collections, celebrities, and more.
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