Autumn is here! Gourds and squashes are great for decorating your home for fall, but did you know they are also good foods to eat for your health? Join OSU Extension Educator, Jessica Lowe, to learn more about the health benefits of adding squash to your diet. We will also discuss the best ways to prepare spaghetti squash, acorn squash, butternut squash, and pumpkin, as well as provide you with some recipes to try at home – and have a few samples to try in class!
Join OSU Extension to learn a few ways to preserve fruits this growing season! We will discuss the difference between jams, jellies, marmalades, and preserves and learn more about the safest ways to enjoy them all year long. Participants will practice making a batch of freezer jam in class. No “jam”boree is complete without food – we will also be taste-testing our freshly made jam!
Rides, games, contests, food, vendor market, live music nightly and so much more!!
All the action will take place on London Street between Church and Columbus Streets and on Main Street one block to the east and one block to the west of London Street.
For over 45 years Studio One has provided music instruction for all levels and all ages. We also offer supplies for string, brass, woodwind and percussion instruments in our shop.
Join Us Saturday, May 13th
Live Music by Our Students; JoyHouse Coffee; Kitty’s Hissin’ Chicken Food Truck; Music Merchandise
Join us May 27th at 2pm at 109 Pontius Ln, Circleville, for a Meet and Greet! We will have bikes to give away, hot dogs, chips and water. This is your chance to come see us and see what we are all about!
The festival is sponsored by the volunteer fire department and derives the “Old Time” theme from the fact that the festival is held on the streets, the same as it was during the first festival in 1923.
Good Clean Community Fun, Food & Fellowship
Vehicles: All makes, models & motorcycles