PIQUA HERITAGE FESTIVAL
“Ohio Wilderness Frontier”
When: August 31 - September 2, 2013 - Sat. and Sun., 10 a.m.- 8 p.m.; Monday 10 a.m.- 5 p.m. (Always Labor Day Weekend)
Location: (Map It) Johnston Farm, The Piqua Historical Area in Piqua, Ohio
One of the largest festivals in Ohio, bringing more than 100,000 visitors to Piqua each year, the Piqua Heritage Festival is a look at Ohio's link to the early frontier. The festival includes dozens of pre-1800's encampments and a large selection of home-made foods. Other attractions at the Piqua Historical Area include a Woodland Indian Museum, a working canal boat and an early 1800's farmstead with a barn and a springhouse.
Daily entertainment includes musicians, magicians, ventriloquist, reenactors featuring Daniel Boone and Johnny Appleseed, children’s activities, corn pit, pony rides, petting zoo, children’s train, demonstrating crafter featuring old crafts, broom maker, potter, kraut maker, iron works, apple butter, quilters, carvers, spinning and weaving, and crafts for children.
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