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Canal Music Fest in Tipp City | June 12

Canal Music Fest has traditionally featured a tribute band, which is a musical act that looks, sounds and acts like the real thing. This year’s festival will take place on June 12 at City Park and will feature Stranger (80s tribute/cover band), plus Zach Nelson, Seconds 2 Surrender and Redman-Haas Band The concert is free and there are concessions, including food and beer trucks. The show starts at 5:30 p.m.

Multicultural Festival in Huber Heights | June 12

The festival will celebrate the diverse community with a free festival from 12-6 p.m. at the Eichelberger Amphitheatre. The festival will feature live entertainment, arts and crafts, educational opportunities and foods from different cultures.

Coshocton Hot Air Balloon Festival | now through June 12

Watch hot air balloons of all shapes, colors and designs land and take off above Coshocton while also enjoying food and entertainment. Learn more HERE.

Versailles Poultry Days | now through June 13
The town of Versailles will be taken over by thousands of visitors for it's annual chicken festival. Enjoy the arts & crafts show, Peddler's Market, flower show, baking contests, egg decorating contests and displays, talent show, "Little Miss Chick" contest, free live entertainment, kiddie rides, children's petting zoo, Grand Parade, antique & classic car parade, 5K Heritage Run, bike tour, golf scramble, softball and ultimate disk tournaments. Sunday night at dusk there will be a fireworks display. Don't forget about the food! Poultry Days is well known for its barbecue chicken, ice cream parlor and beer. Plan your visit at www.versaillespoultrydays.com.

The Botkins Carousel | now through June 13
This is a small town festival with big city fun. Along with great live music on Friday and Saturday night (Karma’s Pawn and Tricky Dick and the Cover-Ups), there will be mechanical rides and games, a kids tractor pull, face painting and more. Food includes burgers, brats, ribeye and shredded beef sandwiches, sugar waffles and, on Sunday only, BBQ chicken dinners. Admission is free. Learn more HERE.

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Family Day at the Johnston Farm in Piqua | June 12-13

John Johnston’s family home will come alive from noon to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday with games and activities enjoyed in days past by families like yours. You can make this an early Father’s Day gift since each dad or grandfather will be admitted free when accompanied by his family. Allow enough time to visit the Johnston’s home to learn how the family lived, take in the Historic Indian and Canal Museum to gain insight to the lives of the first people who called Ohio home, and don’t forget to include time in your day for a relaxing ride on the General Harrison of Piqua and relive the time when mules pulled boats and the world moved at four miles per hour at the end of a tow rope. Regular site admission applies. Learn more at www.johnstonfarmohio.com.

Liberty Fair at Piatt Castle Mac-A-Cheek in West Liberty | June 13

Enjoy a 19th century Independence Day event on the grounds at Piatt Castle Mac-A-Cheek from 3-7 p.m. Sunday. Bring a picnic which, you can augment with tasty victuals popular in the past. Outdoor activities include learning to muster, observing a musket firing demonstration, playing games from the past, making thunderbolts and flying them from the Castle, attending a short performance about an 1840s Fourth of July celebration in West Liberty from a story by Donn Piatt, listening to live music, hearing a recitation of the Declaration of Independence and cheering to a cannon firing. Learn more at www.mywestliberty.com/events.html.

Rockford Community Days | June 17-19

Celebrating the bicentennial of Rockford (Mercer County), this event will feature music, food, fireworks, a car show, tractor show, parade, games and more. Learn more HERE.

Ohio Dreamfest in Ansonia | June 17-20

The 5th Annual Ohio Dreamfest Music and Arts Festival, where friendly people come together for 4 days and nights full of amazing music from over 20 acts, art galleries, live artist, food, fire and flow performances, workshops, 20+ merchandise vendors, huge community fires and so much more. Purchase tickets and learn more HERE.

Anna Homecoming | June 18-19
From 5 p.m. to midnight on Friday enjoy live music, a cornhole tournament, Bubble Ball, a cake wheel, 50/50 drawing and more. Return from 9 a.m. to midnight on Saturday for more live music, a volleyball tournament, rides, a hog roast, food trucks and more. See the full schedule HERE.

Community Block Party in Sidney | June 18-19
Live music on two stages for the Sidney’s Got Talent Competition, food, a Kid’s Zone and more at this two-day event in downtown Sidney.

Summer Solstice Celebration in Peebles | June 18-20
This annual event takes place at the Soaring Eagle Retreat next to Serpent Mound and features guest speakers, vendors and more. Hours are 3-7 p.m. Friday; 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday; and 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. Learn more HERE.

Vintage in the Village in Tipp City | June 19

Explore the streets of downtown Tipp City to discover vintage, antique and artisan treasures, as well as food trucks and activities from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.. The event is free. Follow it on Facebook HERE.

Outside Arts & Crafts Trunk Show in Tipp City | June 19

During Vintage in the Village, stop by Rusty Harden Studio, 259 N. 4th St. to shop from 40 different artists set up outdoors. Admission is free. The rain date is June 26.

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Celtic Fest in Waynesville | June 19

Live Celtic music, food, vendors and more from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m. Purchase tickets and learn more HERE.

New Knoxville Independence Day Celebration | June 25-26
Games of chance, beer and wine gardens, fun bands (Rockhouse and Hypnotix), fireworks and more. Plan your visit HERE.

Ice Cream Social and Vendor Fair in West Liberty | June 25
Enjoy ice cream, music, food trucks, vendors and local shops at this event from 3-7 p.m. in downtown West Liberty. Learn more HERE.

Maria Stein Country Fest | June 25-27
One of the most unique, power-packed festivals in western Ohio, the Maria Stein Country Fest will feature an Aquatic Acrobatic Show, tractor square dancing (you just have to see it), The Amazing Giants, go-kart races, raffles, food, dodgeball tournaments, a craft show, carnival rides and games and so much more. Admission is free. Plan your visit HERE.

Holy Angels Parish Picnic & Family Festival | June 25-26
This public event offers games of chance, live music and entertainment, children’s activities and games, food and beverages and more. Admission is free. Learn more HERE.

Cy Young Days in Newcomerstown | June 25-27
This festival takes place in the hometown of baseball legend Cy Young and, along with many baseball-themed activities, includes a car show, parade, music, cornhole tournament, a midway, food and much more. Plan your visit HERE.

Ohio Viking Festival in Cortland | June 25-27
This festival is quite a drive from Miami County (in the Cleveland area), and it costs money to get in, but if you’re into Vikings, it’s a must-see. Learn more at www.vikingfestohio.com.

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West Milton July 4th Festival | July 1-4

Fireworks, carnival rides and the popular West Milton 4th of July Parade return to this year to West Milton Community Park. Follow the event on Facebook HERE as more details become available.

Steam Threshers Reunion in Versailles | July 1-4

Activities at this event include threshing, log sawing, plowing, antique tractor pull, steam engines, tractors, gas engines, flea market, food vendors and spark show every evening. Takes place at the J&M Ranch, 6129 Reed Rd.

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Liberty Days in Fort Loramie | July 2-4
Another power-packed festival in a great small town. There are carnival rides, sporting events and contests, games of chance and beer gardens, children’s activities and games, a tractor pull, fireworks and more. Learn more HERE.

"Lights Up The Night" Celebration in Pleasant Hill | July 3

The event will take place at the Newton Township Soccer Fields starting at 3 p.m. with a parade, followed by a car show, live music, local vendors, food and drink and fireworks. More details to come. Visit the village's Facebook page HERE for updates.

Star Spangled Heights in Huber Heights | July 3
Starting at 10 a.m. with a parade at the Thomas Cloud Park, 12 p.m. flag ceremony, food truck rally, kid zone, live music, beer garden, and a petting zone, lasts until 10 p.m. Located at 4707 Brandt Pike. Fireworks are at 10 p.m.

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Piqua 4th Fest | July 4

Come to downtown Piqua from 3-9:30 p.m. on July 4th for this annual festival and stick around for fireworks at 10 p.m. There will be live music, food trucks and vendors. Learn more HERE.

Greenville Farm Power of the Past | July 8-11

Celebrate the agricultural heritage of Ohio with threshing & bailing demonstrations, tractor pulls, gas engine machines, antiques, classic tractors, draft tractors and equipment, flea market, food, music, and camping at the Darke County Fairgrounds. There are over 100 flea market and craft vendors on site during the weekend and a Sunday antique car show.

Wapakoneta Summer Moon Festival | July 14-18

Celebrate the first steps on the Moon in Neil Armstrong’s hometown. Along with space-themed activities and events, the festival is known for its car show, crafts and food concessions and live entertainment. The Armstrong Air & Space Museum has many additional activities. Plan your visit HERE.

Springfest in Yellow Springs | July 18

Featuring Guided By Voices (only show in Ohio in 2021), Parquet Courts, Andy Shauf and more, this music festival takes place starting at 11:30 a.m. on the front lawn of Antioch Hall. Tickets start at $35. Learn more at springsfestival.com.

History Alive at the Johnston Farm in Piqua | July 23-34
Come experience Living History at its finest from noon to 5 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. More than sixty of the very best, carefully selected, reenactors will gather at the Johnston Farm & Indian Agency to present an historical timeline of the years 1748 (Pickawillany) – 1862 (Camp Piqua). These years mark the period of the greatest historical significance for this land. The events that took place and the people involved all had great impacts on the course of both America and Ohio’s history. A wide variety of camps, civilian and military demonstrations, and numerous activities will take visitors back to some of the most exciting times this place has ever seen. A Friday evening lantern tour of the camps will give visitors a different look at life during these times. The Johnston Home, the Indian and Canal Museum, and the canal boat General Harrison of Piqua all will help visitors visualize a time long past. This is truly a don’t miss event. Regular site admission applies. Learn more at www.johnstonfarmohio.com.

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Annie Oakley Festival in Greenville | July 23-25
A family-friendly festival featuring live entertainment including western arts, cowboy mounted shooting, musical performances, a parade, food booths, crafts and vendors and much more. Takes place at the Darke County Fairgrounds. Learn more HERE.

The Gathering at Garst in Greenville | July 24-25
Experience this exceptional event held outside on the beautiful grounds of Garst Museum in Greenville. Featuring juried artists, antique dealers, garden exhibits, skilled historical craftsmen, along with musical performances and unique food vendors.  A living history encampment with participants from the French and Indian War through the Civil War is staged nearby. Carriage rides are offered both days on the tree lined street bordering the Garst grounds. Visit Garst Museum's comprehensive collection of Annie Oakley memorabilia, local Native American Indian artifacts, and the history of The Treaty of Greene Ville. Plan your weekend HERE.

Celina Lake Festival | July 23-25

Live entertainment and a “huge” fireworks display over Grand Lake St. Marys on Friday night and games, carnival rides, food and more music and fun the rest of the weekend. Learn more HERE.

Brick Street Block Party ad Car Show in Arcanum | Aug. 6-7
Takes place from 4-10 p.m. in downtown Arcanum with a car show, music, food and more.

Lebanon Blues Festival & Car Show| Aug. 6-7
Starts with two bands and fun on Friday night in historic downtown Lebanon and continues Saturday with 8 blues bands, your favorite foods, and a deluxe beer garden and more. Also, gaze at over 150 classic cars in the Blues, BBQ, and Bumpers Car Show. Learn more HERE.


Evening on the Canal at Johnston Farm in Piqua | Aug. 7
Join the Johnston Farm & Indian Agency for an evening that takes you back to the time the world moved at four miles an hour at the end of a towrope. Begin with a hearty meal served in the Education Center overlooking the Miami and Erie Canal. After dinner, board the General Harrison of Piqua for a twilight journey on the canal that is always full of surprises for each passenger. This is a reservation-only event, so call early to book your passage for this popular once-a-year opportunity. The cost is $35 for adults and $30 for children 6-12. Learn more at www.johnstonfarmohio.com. The evening starts at 6:30 p.m.

Defiance Balloonfest | Aug. 7
Hot air balloon rides, night glow events, live music, a kid’s zone, food and a marketplace highlight this event. Bring a lawn chair! Parking and admission is $10. Learn more HERE.

All Ohio Balloon Fest in Marysville | Aug. 12-14
This large festival not only features awesome hot air balloons and night glows, but a huge musical lineup. Music this year includes The British Invation, Bon Journey, Cliff Cody and headliner Cole Swindell. Ticket prices apply. Learn more HERE.

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Miami County Fair | Aug. 13-19
Fair food, animals, rides, concerts, harness racing and so much more! See the full schedule at www.miamicountyohiofair.com.


IH Scout Show and Truck Nationals in Troy | Aug. 13-15
This annual event takes place at the WACO Air Museum in Troy and includes antique cars and trucks, food trucks, activities for all ages, displays and more. It takes place from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day. 

Bremenfest in New Bremen | Aug. 13-15

A great hometown festival with a large parade, fun games and challenges for kids, live music, lots of food and more. Learn more at www.bremenfest.com.

Coshocton Sunflower Festival | Aug. 13-15
Features over 4 acres and 30 varieties of sunflowers. Pick and cut, sample and shop. Learn more at www.coshoctonsunflowerfestival.com.

Down a River, Down a Beer in Piqua | Aug. 14
Enjoy craft beers and a canoe float on the Great Miami River, food, live music, a silent auction and more from 6-10 p.m. in Piqua. Learn more at www.downariverdownabeer.com.

Dayton Potato Festival | Aug. 14
Paying homage to the potato and everything that can be placed on top of it, this festival will take place from noon to 8 p.m. at Courthouse Square in Dayton. Admission is free.

Party at the Beach at Indian Lake | Aug. 14
This ticketed event at Old Field Beach at Indian Lake State Park will feature music by Parrots of the Caribbean, Lt. Dan’s New Leg Band and Cory Farley. Order tickets and learn more at www.visitindianlakeohio.com/party.

Englewood Art Festival | Aug. 14-15

The festival is a free 2-day festival at Centennial Park with art tents, food trucks, live music, a 5k race, parade, and car show. Parking is also free. To follow the event, click HERE.

Art on the Lawn in Yellow Springs | Aug. 14
The Village Artisans will host Art on the Lawn, a Fine Arts and Crafts Festival, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission is free. Learn more at villageartisans.org.

Germanfest Picnic in Dayton | Aug. 14-16
The finest in German food, entertainment and merchandise. Learn more HERE.

Summer Gazebo Party in Fort Loramie | Aug. 15
Come to downtown Fort Loramie for live music, food trucks, a beer tent, kid’s activities and more. Free admission.

Third Thursdays in Piqua | Aug. 19

Come to downtown Piqua for live music, food, activities and fun from 5-8 p.m.


The Great Darke County Fair | Aug. 20-28

Often named one of the best county fairs in Ohio, this one has it all, rides, food, animals, concerts and much  more. Plan your visit at www.darkecountyfair.com.

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2021 Rail Festival at Carillon Park | Aug. 21-22
Live steam engines, model train displays, historical exhibits, railroad vendors, free miniature train rides, food and more. From 9:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday. Admission applies. Learn more at www.railfestival.com.


Fairborn Sweet Corn Festival | Aug. 21-22
Live music, corn-on-the-cob eating contests, sweet corn meals, craft vendors and more. Learn more HERE.

Donut Jam in Troy | Aug. 27
In preparation for The Tour De Donut Ohio event in Troy on Aug. 28, come to downtown Troy from 5-10:30 p.m. for music, drinks and fun.

Clifton Gorge Music & Arts Festival | Aug. 27-28
Music and arts festival with vendors, demonstrations, dancing, a children’s area and more. Admission is free. Learn more HERE.

West Liberty Labor Day Festival | Sept. 3-6
A parade, food trucks, displays, antique equipment and vendors make up this annual celebration in West Liberty. Admission and parking are free. Learn more at www.westlibertylions.org.

Tippapalooza in Tipp City | Sept. 4
Enjoy the very best in local music and songwriting at this annual event at Eagles Park. Along with music, enjoy food, drinks and family fun. Learn more at www.tippapalooza.com.

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Fort Rowdy Gathering in Covington | Sept. 4-6
Visit a period encampment, enjoy local foods and desserts, listen to live music and more. Admission is free.

Ohio Renaissance Festival in Waynesville | Weekends Sept. 4-Oct. 31
Travel back in time and see jousting, sword fighting, eat turkey legs, watch jugglers and so much more. There will be many special events throughout the season, including Feast of Fools, Romance Weekend and Tricks or Treats. Purchase tickets and learn more at www.renfestival.com.

Alumapalooza in Jackson Center | Sept. 7-12

Alumapalooza is an annual event held at the Airstream, Inc. factory in Jackson Center. Each year Alumapalooza is different, but generally includes camping, seminars, entertainment, door prizes, gifts, factory tours, a group meal or two, and unlimited socializing. All brands of RVs are welcome to come to Alumapalooza. Learn more HERE.

Pony Wagon Days in St. Paris | Sept. 9-11
A small town festival with unique parade, plus vendors, music, food and more. Learn more at www.ponywagondays.com.

Balloon Fest in Urbana | Sept. 10-11
Takes place at Historic Grimes Field, 1636 N. Main St. and features balloon launches and glows, a wing and pizza eating contest, a flying lab, plus music, food trucks, a beer garden and children’s activities. Click HERE for more information.

Springboro Oktoberfest | Sept. 10-11
Authentic German food, games, music, dancing and family fun at the Springboro United Church of Christ, 5 W. Mill St. Admission is $3 per guest and free for children 12 and under. Plan your visit HERE.

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Troy Porchfest | Sept. 11
Stroll through historic neighborhoods in Troy and listen to dozens of musicians and bands perform on porches and yards, plus enjoy food and additional activities at the Troy-Hayner Cultural Center from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Learn more at www.troyhayner.org/porchfest

Paddles, Pedals & Pints in Sidney | Sept. 11

Featuring Sidney’s Great Miami Riverway trailhead, this event will include a bike ride, river canoe/kayak trip and more! Watch for details at www.sidneyalive.org.

St. Paris AppleFest | Sept. 11-12
Enjoy a street fair with craft vendors, apple-based foods and cooking contests, food vendors, games, a parade, a car and tractor show, battle of the bands and more. Follow the event HERE.

Ohio Fish & Shrimp Festival in Urbana | Sept. 11, 18 & 25

Celebrate Ohio’s Freshwater Shrimp Harvest for three Saturdays straight in September from 10 a.m. to 10 p.m. Get your fill of mouth-watering seafood selections while enjoying a live music stage, multiple vendors and activities for the whole family. Explore live displays of fish, frogs, turtles and other native critters. Swing by the fish farm market for a taste of gourmet smoked trout products. Participate in the Trout Feeding Frenzy, sand castle play zone and our famous sturgeon pool, where you can pet Ohio’s largest native fish. Battle to win the Shrimp Peeling & Eating Contest, take home a souvenir T-shirt and enjoy the country atmosphere at the farm. Freshly harvested shrimp will be for sale beginning Saturday morning (until sold out). For more information, visit www.fwfarms.com/festival.

Miami Valley Sports Festival | Sept. 11-13
The Miami Valley Sports Festival is a celebration of athletics, health and wellness. Athletic events represented include Powerlifting, Martial Arts, Taekwondo, Strong Man, Kung Fu, Jiu Jitsu, Bodybuilding,  Double Deadlift, Arm Wrestling, 5K, Youth "Best of Dayton" Athletic competition and so much more. Register and purchase tickets at www.miamivalleysportsfestival.com.

An Art Affair on the Square in Urbana | Sept. 11
This is a multi-arts festival featuring an artists’ market, juried art show, demonstrations, exhibits, children’s activities, food and more. It takes place from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Learn more HERE.

Beavercreek Popcorn Festival | Sept. 11-12
Popcorn, music, vendors, kid’s activities and more. Plan your visit HERE.

Vietnam Traveling Wall & Field of Crosses in Sidney | Sept. 13-19
The AVTT-TWF Traveling Wall is a replica of the Vietnam War Memorial in Washington, D.C. Accompanying the Vietnam Wall this year will be the Field of Crosses, surrounded by flags. There will be 1,000 crosses honoring all US soldiers that have perished while on active duty between 1975 and today. The wall will be escorted to Sidney by a motorcycle parade on Wednesday evening with wall installation beginning on Thursday. An opening ceremony will be conducted Thursday evening at 6:30. Guest speakers Col. David Taylor and Kathy Hayes will present on Friday.  On Saturday, the 4th Annual Tawawa Park Cruise-In will begin at Noon followed by a Patriotic Concert by the Sidney Civic Band at 6:30. On Sunday at 8 a.m., the 1st Christian Church is hosting a service with Rev. Phil Chilcote officiating. A Closing Ceremony will be held at 3 p.m.

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WACO Celebration & Fly-In in Troy | Sept. 17-19
See vintage WACO aircraft, enjoy food trucks, historical displays, museum tours, children’s activities and more from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day in Troy. Learn more at www.wacoairmuseum.org.

WWII Tribute & Reenactment in Lewisburg | Sept. 17-19

See Axis and Allies reenactors, battles, living history, a USO Show, swing dancers, a “Live Radio” play, antique vehicles, entertainment, food and much more. Takes place from 1-8 p.m. Friday; 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday; and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Sunday at 261 E. Clay St. in Lewisburg. Admission is free.

Vandalia Oktoberfest | Sept. 17-18
Games of chance, German food, music and entertainment, crafts and more. Learn more at www.vandaliasistercities.org.

Ohio Pawpaw Festival in Albany | Sept. 17-19
Everything pawpaw (Ohio’s state fruit), from a paw paw cook-off and eating contest to vendors, live entertainment, food trucks and a beer garden, a marketplace (with plenty of paw paw merchandise) and more. Learn more at ohiopawpawfest.com.

Preble County Pork Festival | Sept. 17-19
Food, entertainment and arts and crafts, plus pig races at the Preble County Fairgrounds! Learn more at porkfestival.org.

Taste of Piqua Festival | Sept. 18
This festival has arts and craft vendors, live music, a children’s area, a painting competition and lots of food, plus craft beers. It takes place in downtown Piqua from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.

Yellow Springs PorchFest | Sept. 18
Walk around historic Yellow Springs listening to dozens of bands, solo artists and other musicians from noon to 7 p.m. Learn more at ysporchfest.com. Admission is free.

Illumination Festival in Greenville | Sept. 18
Illumination Festival is a Christian music festival at the Darke County Fairgrounds bringing the best Christian music and activities to the area!

Waynesville Fall Fest | Saturdays and Sundays starting Sept. 18-19
From the Wildwater Mining Co. play area and Big Camel Mini Golf to the Not-So-Spooky Walking Trail and Ghost Town Village (for children), this is a unique place to enjoy fall fun. Learn more at www.waynesvillefallfest.com.

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Tipp City Mum Festival | Sept. 24-26
Start the festival with a car cruise-in in the downtown on Friday evening and come back Saturday morning at 10 a.m. for the parade before heading to City Park for food, music, vendors and a children’s play area. Plan your visit at www.tippcitymumfestival.org.

St. Boniface Oktoberfest in Piqua | Sept. 24-25
Carnival rides and games, games of chance, food and special dinners, live music and entertainment and more. Free admission.

New Bremen Pumpkinfest | Sept. 24-25
A fun small town festival with games, music, food, beer trucks, dancing, arts and crafts booths and a large children’s area. Learn more at www.newbremenpumpkinfest.com.

Prairie Days in Greenville | Sept. 25-26
Apple butter cooking over the fire; pioneers in and around the Log House; vendors displaying their wares; tall-tales being spun; crafts to make... must be Prairie Days! This event focuses on the prairie way of life in and around 1780-1810 and will feature many crafts, games and trades of the time period. Many crafts are free for children and with a select few requesting a small donation. Takes place from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and noon to 5 p.m. Sunday at Shawnee Prairie Preserve. Admission is free. Learn more HERE.

Festival of Flight in Fairborn | Sept. 25
This is a celebration of the innovative and world-changing aviation heritage in Dayton. It will take place on the grounds of Wright State University and includes live entertainment, fun aviation-themed experiences, food trucks and a kid’s zone. Learn more at festivalofflight.org.

Simon Kenton Chili Festival | Sept. 25
Cookers begin making their chili at 8 a.m. Along with being able to sample and vote for the different chilies, visitors can enjoy a beer garden, Hoopla and Pet parades, a children’s area, cornhole tournaments, a pepper eating contest and more. Plan your visit at chilicookoffofurbana.com.

Germantown Pretzel Festival | Sept. 25-26
Along with all things pretzels, guests can enjoy carnival rides, arts and crafts, live music, lots of other kinds of food and more. Plan your visit at pretzelfestival.com.