Cultural and historical events in late summer and autumn
Local History News | Posted by: Tedd Long | 08/20/2021
Are you looking for a fun historical or cultural activity for the whole family to enjoy in late summer and fall? You are lucky! The Maumee Valley Heritage Corridor Council met in August and council members shared the following list of late summer and fall cultural and historical events:
- Saturday August 21 (rainy date 8-22)
Toledo Club Classic Car & Bike Show. 12 p.m.-2 p.m.
235 14e Street, Toledo
- Saturday August 21 – 227e Fallen Timbers Battle Anniversary – 1 p.m. – 4 p.m.
Reenactors, military exhibits, army brass band
Fallen Timbers Battlefield, 4949 Jerome Rd, Maumee, Ohio
- Sunday August 22 – Living History Day and Golf Ball Drone Drop – 2:00 p.m.
Wood County Museum 13660 County Home Rd, Bowling Green
- Sunday August 28 and 29 – Old fashioned event – Living History Weekend
Reenactors, demonstrations, craftsmen, etc.
William Park – Gibsonburg
- Sunday August 29 – Perrysburg Historical Bike Tour – 5:00 p.m.
Perrysburg Slow Rollers – Starts at Way’s Public Library parking lot and ends at O-Deer Diner with a free ice cream cone.
Rain date on September 5th
Facebook: Historical Museum of the Perrysburg region
- Wednesday September 15 – Open House – Defiance Soil Water Conservation Dist.
Food, children’s activities, equipment displays 3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
SWCD 06879 Evansport Rd, Suite C, Defiance, Ohio
- Saturday and Sunday September 17-19 – Flat Rock Creek Festival – Vintage farm equipment, food, entertainment
Antique Truck Show @ John Paulding Historical Society – Sunday ONLY
Paulding County Fairgrounds, Paulding, Ohio
- Sunday September 18 & 19 – Johnny Appleseed Fest – 10 am-5pm
Food, crafts, demonstrators, entertainment, camping, etc.
Parc Johnny Appleseed / Archer Park – Fort Wayne, IN
- Saturday September 25 – Positively Perrysburg Fest – 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Arts, crafts, entertainment, parade 10:00 am
Perrysbourg city center
- Saturday Sept. 25 – Roche de Boeuf Festival – 1 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Entertainment, auto show, children’s area, fine arts
122 Farnsworth Road, Waterville, Ohio
Facebook: Roche de Boeuf festival
- Sunday September 25 and 26 – Woodland Indian Celebration Pow Wow
Doors open at 10:30 am on both days. Adults $ 5, Seniors $ 3, Children $ 2
Seven Eagles Historical Education Center, 16486 Wapakoneta Rd,
Grand Rapids, Ohio
- Saturday October 2 – Heritage Farm Festival – 3:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m.
Farming Demos, music, farm food
Sponsored by Wood County Park District
Held at Carter Historic Farm, 18331 Carter Road, Bowling Green
- Sunday October 10 – Apple Butter Festival
Reenactors, crafts, live music, food
Downtown Grand Rapids, Ohio