October 2008 Events

Published: Wednesday, August 25, 2004 @ 2:18 PM
Updated: Monday, October 20, 2008 @ 1:38 PM

New Madison Community Tri-Village School Fair Celebrating 75th Anniversary

Date: October 3-4, 2008 There will be craft and vendor booths in the elementary gym, pumpkin decorating contest, a cutest patriot contest for babies up to 2 years old, homemade food provided by Cedar Grove church with a variety of tasty meal options, breakfast Saturday morning, desserts, a Little Miss & Mr. Patriot contest at the high school gym at 6 p.m. and much more! For More Information: contact Monica Schlechty at 937-548-0725 or Rita Barger at 937-996-0381.

Heritage of Flight Festival in New Carlisle This year all events will take place downtown in the Main Street area.

Dates: Oct. 3-5, 2008 Description: includes a cruise in, a kiddy tractor pull, rides, food and performances and attracts thousands of festival-goers from around the state. The Heritage of Flight Festival transforms New Carlisle’s downtown into a flurry of activity and features a Parade of Planes, during which people line the streets to watch aircraft and other parade participants travel through the Main Street midway.

Overfield Fall Children's Festival Overfield Early Childhood Program 172 South Ridge Avenue, Troy, OH

Date: Oct. 4, 2008 Description: Bring the entire family. There will be a magic show, hayrides and ponies, a Boonshoft Museum Exhibit and a Cafe featuring tasty fall foods. Cafe opens at 11:30am. Time: 12-4 p.m. For More Info: (937) 339-5111

Minster Oktoberfest Minster, Ohio

Dates: Oct. 3-5, 2008 Description: This gala, fun filled festival provides delights for all. Sing and dance to German music. Taste hearty German foods. Watch the spectacular parade featuring colorful floats, marching bands, and many celebrities. Take part in the beer tray relay, the 10K run, and numerous games. There will also be a large arts and crafts area. For More Info: (419) 628-3241 Website: www.minsteroh.com/oktoberfest.htm

Dayton Art Institute's Oktoberfest 2006 Dayton Art Institute, 456 Belmonte Park North, Dayton, OH

Dates: Oct. 4-5, 2008 Description: Nearly 70 artists will participate, including jewelers, potters, sculptors, photographers and more. In the food court, Schmidt’s bahama mamas, sauerkraut balls, candied almonds, pretzels, brats and metts, and other favorites will return. A diverse variety of entertainment will be on hand including the Sauerkraut German Band, featured exhibit Canstruction, Beatles tribute band Ticket to Ride, and Saturday night’s headliners The Hathaways. Admission: In Advance -- Adults: $3; Seniors: $3; Youth 7-18: $1; Children under 6: Free. At the Gate -- Adults: $5; Seniors: $3; Youth 7-18: $2; Children under 6: Free Hours: Sat: Noon to 11 p.m.; Sun: Noon to 7 p.m. For More Info: (937) 223-5277

Ohio Renaissance Festival Harveysburg, Ohio

Date: Aug. 30-October 19, 2008 Description: Visit 16th Century England and be immersed in the sights, sounds and tastes of the Renaissance in this authentic 30-acre English village. Tour over 130 period craft shops and witness master artisan demonstrations. Mingle with Queen Elizabeth and over 100 costumed historical characters. See nearly 100 shows each day on 12 stages, and cheer for noble knights in shining armor in tournament jousts. Enjoy period music, dance and food and drink fit for kings! Admission: Adults/Seniors -- $16.99; Children 5-12 -- $9.99; Children 5 and under are Free; Parking $2.00 Time: 10:30 a.m. - 6 p.m. (on Weekends only) Rain or Shine For More Info: 513-897-7000

Fort Rowdy Gathering Community Park, Covington, Ohio

Date: Oct. 4-5, 2008 Description: Hovering lights of campfires, frontier enthusiasts gather in groups to play guitars, drums and washboards -- much like people of the small trading villages of the 1800s. Named in honor of General "Mad Anthony" Wayne, who founded a piece of land that would one day become Covington. Daily entertainment on stage, food and crafts also available. Admission: Free Hours: Sat: 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.; Sun: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Website: Click Here!

Spring Valley Potato Festival Main Street in Spring Valley, Ohio

Date: Oct. 4-5, 2008 Description: An old-fashioned festival that is right on the Little Miami Bike Path. There will be food, crafts and entertainment. Admission: Free Hours: Sat: 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.; Sun: 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Website: Click Here!

Bradford Pumpkin Show Downtown Bradford, Ohio

Dates: Oct. 7-11, 2008 Description: Fun games and rides, food concessions and many more exciting things to do. Don't miss out on the night time events as the confetti comes out, which is the best part of the Pumpkin Show. Also, don't miss the extravaganza parade it starts at 4pm on Saturday. On Wednesday, there is no confetti, so you can come and enjoy the festival. Admission: Free Hours: Tues: 4-10 p.m.; Wed: 4-10 p.m.; Thurs: 4-10 p.m.; Fri: 1-11:00 p.m.; Sat: 1-11 p.m. For More Info: Contact Richard Patty at 937-448-2710. Web site: www.bradfordpumpkinshow.com

Brookville Fire Department Fire Prevention Parade and Festival Brookville, Ohio

Dates: Oct. 4, 2008Don't miss the parade starting at 2pm. There will also be a community garage sale, live music, a fire demonstration, a 5k run and bagpipe music. The festival runs from 8 a.m. - 4 p.m. For More Info: (937) 833-4280

GearFest 2008 Eastwood MetroPark Dayton

Date: October 4, 2008 Time: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Cost: FREE & Open to the public The region's most exciting outdoor culture celebration is now moving to Eastwood MetroPark to make room for an even bigger bash! This is the place to be for any mountain biker, kayaker, paddler, climber, hiker or armchair enthusiast and will now feature more retailers and demos than ever before. Come celebrate the pursuit of the outdoors with Five Rivers MetroParks at GearFest 2008. Whether you are just starting out or are a seasoned outdoor veteran, GearFest will provide everything to help you get out and live! For More Information: go to MetroParks GearFest

4th Annual Fly-In WACO Field 1865 S. County Road 25-A Troy, Ohio

Date: October 4, 2008 Time: 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For More Information: email Karen Purke

Fall Open House Historic Bear's Mill 6450 Arcanum-Bear's Mill Road Greenville, Ohio

Date: October 4-5, 2008 Time: 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Cost: FREE Enjoy the Mill at its best time of the year—autumn! Delicious fall cuisine, live music, Mill tours, pumpkins, falling leaves that produce crunchy walks along the river and exceptional shopping. You'll find new groups of handmade pottery by the Bear's Mill Potters and many distinctive gift and gourmet selections to delight the eye! For More Information: call 937-548-5112 or visit the website Bear's Mill

42nd Annual Northridge Community Parade/Flea Market & Car Show

Date: October 5, 2008 Time: Cruisin' to the Ridge Car Show 9 a.m.; Flea Market 11 a.m.; Parade at 2 p.m. The parade begins at Arthur Avenue proceeds south onto North Dixie Drive then left onto Timber Lane and ends in the high school parking lot. Need entry form – contact Margie Lairson at 937-277-7488 for form. Flea Market – you need entry form to have a booth. All flea market vendors must be pre-approved 1 week before parade. Flea market set-up begins at 11 a.m. – free on the grounds of Esther Dennis Middle School. Contact Margie Lairson at 937-277-7488 for forms. Car Show – held on the middle school grounds. Contact Eric Price at 937-264-3306 or 937-305-4163 for information and entry fee. There will be more trophies awarded this year!

Urbana Fall Festival @ Maple Lane Garden Terrace, 3484 E. State Route 29

Dates: Oct. 10-12, 2008 Description: A young country singer who was a finalist on NBC’s Nashville Star and an “extreme” pumpkin carver who has shared his power-tool-driven craft in books and on national television are among a wide variety of entertainers and artisans to be showcased at an October 10-12 fall festival in Urbana.

The Nashville Star finalist, Laura Fedor, from Willoughby, Ohio, will perform Saturday, October 11 at 1:30, 3:30 and 5:30 p.m. at the Fall Festival at Maple Lane.

The festival, hosted from noon to 7 p.m. each day by Maple Lane Trees and Garden Terrace, 3484 E. State Route 29, Urbana, will include other musical entertainment, including the Main Street Jazz and Dixieland Band and the Hyperactive Ohio State University Alumni Band. Also planned are fall games, hayrides, a hay maze, tethered hot air balloon rides, food, make and take workshops, displays and demonstrations by artisans, and the Deal of a Lifetime Tree and Art Auction.

Autumn-related demonstrations and workshops will include “extreme” pumpkin carver Tom Nardone, who has appeared on Good Morning America, Live with Kelly and Regis, MTV and the Travel Channel.

Half-price admission tickets—$2, or $1.50 for senior citizens—may be purchased in advance through October 9 by calling Maple Lane Trees and Garden Terrace at 937-484-7222. Children 5 and under will be admitted free. The admission price includes the concerts, demonstrations, hayrides and the hay maze.

.“We’ve brought together into one festival a farmers’ market array of fun activities and entertainment that will please a broad audience—from children to grandparents,” said Tim Weller, president of Maple Lane Trees and Garden Terrace. “With the help of our sponsors we’ve held down the admission price to provide families very affordable, quality entertainment—a great way to celebrate the season.”

Major sponsors of the Fall Festival at Maple Lane include Kiss Country 101.7 FM, Dave Kehl Chevrolet, Columbia Gas of Ohio and the Jim Twiggs Allstate Insurance Agency.

The Deal of a Lifetime Tree and Art Auction, at 4:15 p.m. Sunday, October 12, will offer an opportunity to purchase a wide variety of quality trees grown at Maple Lane at a fraction of retail price. Most of the 300 trees in the auction will be larger than those normally available at retail garden centers and tree nurseries. The auction also will feature works of art by the festival’s artisans, in addition to fountains and stone statuary from Maple Lane Trees and Garden Terrace.

21st Annual Rising Sun Navy Bean Fall Festival Riverfront Park, Downtown Rising Sun, Indiana

Date: October 10-11, 2008 Time: Friday 5:30 p.m., Saturday 7:15 a.m. Delicious Navy Bean Soup, rides, games, family fun, and live musical entertainment including the nationally known Kentucky Headhunters and Little Texas are all on the menu. The Navy Bean Festival is a fall tradition in Rising Sun, bringing families to enjoy Hoosier hospitality, free entertainment and the scenic fall setting on the banks of the beautiful Ohio River. There are no admission or parking fees to enter the festival and the entertainment options include a magic show, face painting, a balloon artist, rides, musical acts, food and crafts. Rides, craft and food booths will be open 5:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. Oct. 10th & 12 p.m. to 9 p.m. on Oct 11. Soup will be served at 5:00 p.m. until close Friday and 12 p.m. until it runs out on Saturday. For More Information: call the Rising Sun Chamber of Commerce at 812-438-3130 or go online Rising Sun

Ohio Sauerkraut Festival 2008 Waynesville, Ohio

Dates: Oct. 11-12, 2008 Description: Over 500 crafters from 20 states, and 30 specialty food booths will be there, with continuous live entertainment both days – and it’s free! For More Info: Contact The Waynesville Chamber Of Commerce at 513 897-8855.

Yellow Springs Street Fair Yellow Springs Station, Yellow Springs, Ohio

Date: October 11, 2008 Description: The village of Yellow Springs is always worth a trip but never more than for the street fair. The downtown streets are closed to traffic and over 200 booths take over. A kaleidoscope of arts and crafts dazzles the eye. The tantalizing aroma of specialty and ethnic foods taunts the nose while the sound of free live music delights the ear. Admission: Free Hours: 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Music 12 p.m. to 7 p.m.

Camden's Black Walnut Festival North Lafayette Street, Camden, Ohio

Date: Oct. 18-19, 2008 Description: Features a parade, chain saw carving, cross cut saw contest, homemade black walnut ice cream, free entertainment, arts and crafts, antique farm machinery on display, bake sales, and more. For More Information: (937) 452-1684

Middfest International Donham Plaza, Middletown, Ohio

Date: Oct. 3-5, 2008 Description: Celebration of the art, culture, music, dance, history, food and more. Admission: $5 adults; Free for children 12 and younger. For More Info: 513-649-4506

Gourds & Ghouls Festival Wegerzyn Gardens MetroPark 1301 E. Siebenthaler Avenue, Dayton

Date: October 11, 2008 Time: 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Have a scary good time at the Gourds & Ghouls Festival, a free family-friendly event that features all the makings of a ghoulish celebration: hay rides, great music and food, pumpkin caring, a mammoth pumpkin, Swamp Thing and the Trolls, spooky stories and even a pumpkin catapult competition. Visitors can get in the competitive spirit by entering the pumpkin carving competition beginning at 11 a.m. Prizes will be awarded in three categories to the person with the most creative carving. If airborne pumpkins are more enticing to you, check out the pumpkin catapult contest at 1 p.m. Groups and individuals from around the Miami Valley compete to see whose homemade contraption will send their pumpkins soaring over the gardens. There is still time to get in on the flying fun, just contact Wegerzyn Gardens MetroPark for an entry form at 937-277-6546. For More information: Call 937-277-6545 or visit MetroParks

Autumn Fest Weekend Learning Tree Farm 3376 South Union Road, Dayton

Date: October 11-12, 2008 Time: Noon to 6:00 p.m. In April of 1973, classroom teachers who were concerned about how "out of touch" their students were with the outdoors, founded the Learning Tree Farm with the mission "to facilitate hands-on learning experiences in a traditional farm setting." There are miniature ponies (Goldie, Brownie & Patch), Donkeys (Coco, Ginger & Surprise), Cows (Jill, Lil & Frankie), Sheep & Lambs, Goats & Kids, Chickens & Pigs! Activities for the Weekend: Pony ride & Pictures (1-3 p.m.) Birds of Prey Presentation Photo Contest Bar BQ Chicken Sandwich Lunch Also available - a gift shop, country bake sale & ice cream, stories, farm games, music, barns, pet the farm animals, walks in the wood, the Century House AND MUCH MORE!! For More Information: visit the website Learning Tree Farm

Pumpkin Fest Thomas Cloud Park, Huber Heights, Ohio

Dates: Oct. 11, 2008 Description: Arts and crafts, carnival rides, games, entertainment and food. Time: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. For More Info: 496-7165.

Ohio Sauerkraut Festival Waynesville, Ohio

Date: October 11-12, 2008 Time: 9:00 a.m. (Closes Saturday 8:00 p.m. & Sunday 6:00 p.m.) Cost: Admission is FREE Vendors hailing from over twenty states, including Hawaii, will line the historic village's streets with nearly 500 craft booths. Continuous live entertainment will be offered throughout the weekend. The annual scholarship contest winners will be announced Saturday afternoon with the awards going to outstanding Waynesville Area High School Seniors. "The Best Cabbage Contest" will also be held Saturday afternoon. On Sunday there will be a live auction held at the entertainment stage and bid on one-of-a-kind items, including premium gift baskets from around the tri-state and specialty items from around the state. For More Information: contact the Waynesville Area Chamber of Commerce, 10B North Main Street, P.O. Box 281, Waynesville, Ohio 45068 or call 513-897-8855, go online Sauerkraut Festival, or email Waynesville

Circleville Pumpkin Show Downtown Circleville, Ohio

Dates: Oct. 15-18, 2008 Description: Daily parades, contests, entertainment, games and more. Admission: Free For More Info: 740-474-7000

Fall Festival Of Leaves U.S. 50, Bainbridge, Ohio

Dates: Oct. 17-19, 2008 Description: Arts and crafts, entertainment, flee markets, parades, pedal tractor pull, scenic tours and more. For More Info: 740-634-3173

Fall Fishing Derby Spring Lakes Park, 2191 Ferry Road, Bellbrook, Ohio

Date: Oct. 11, 2008 Description: For ages 6-14. This is a catch and release derby in an effort to catch the one that got away earlier this summer. Check-in begins at 8:30 a.m. with fishing beginning at 9 a.m. Plaques and prizes will be awarded for the largest and most fish in each age category. Advance registration is required. For More Info: Call Greene Co. Parks at 937-562-7440

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It was supposed to be Welles’ comeback movie when he returned to Hollywood after spending years in Europe, Vanity Fair reported.

Although the movie is about a director who returns to Hollywood after years away to make a comeback movie, Welles said the movie was not about himself.  

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2014 4th of July fireworks, parades, events

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The 2014 Vectren Dayton Air Show presented by Kroger offers excitement, history, and fascinating displays for all ages and interests. Among the featured performers at this year’s event on June 28 and 29 are: 

U.S. Navy Blue AngelsThe U.S. Navy Blue Angels is one of the world’s most sought-after air show teams and is back in Dayton for the 2014 air show. 

U.S. Marine Corps C-130 “Fat Albert”One airplane in the Blue Angels fleet gets its own billing, and it isn’t one of the supersonic Hornet jets. It’s “Fat Albert,” a U.S. Marine Corps C-130 Hercules airlifter. Fat Albert is the team’s support plane, but it flies its own solo performance at air shows, demonstrating the surprising nimbleness of the four-turboprop transport. 

U.S. Marine Corps AV-8B Harrier — The U.S. Marine Corps AV-8B Harrier will show off its gravity-defying vertical flight at this year’s show. The ability of a combat jet to take off and land vertically was a major breakthrough in aircraft technology. The Harrier was the first VSTOL (vertical/short takeoff and landing) jet in the Marine inventory. 

F-86 Sabre — Air show visitors will enjoy watching this North American combat fighter zip through the skies showcasing it’s amazing maneuverability! The North American F-86 Sabre was America’s first swept-wing fighter jet and a match for the MiG-15, the Soviet adversary it encountered in the skies over Korea. The Sabre was designed in the 1940s as a subsonic fighter aircraft. It entered service with the Air Force in 1949 to become the primary U.S. air combat fighter in the Korean War. By the end of hostilities, F-86 pilots had shot down 792 MiGs at a loss of only 76 Sabres, a victory ratio of 10 to 1, according to the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force.

U.S. Air Force Wings of Blue — This precision parachuting demonstration by Air Force’s official skydiving team will include a local element: Cadet Cameron Potts, a 2011 Carroll High School graduate will be jumping with the team. Cameron said he was inspired to serve, in part, by his grandfathers and by his visits to the National Museum of the U.S. Air Force and the air show.

Team AeroShell — A crowd favorite for over 25 years, Team AeroShell is a loud and proud flying formation team that was formed to inspire the masses with thrilling aerobatic formation flying. Rumbling over the skies of Dayton with their four powerful Pratt & Whitney engines with 600 horsepower, this award-winning team based in Birmingham, Alabama, will remind us of yesteryear when the colorful AT-6G Texan aircraft complete with a big smoke system take to the air. National Aviation Hall of Fame enshrinees -— Two will thrill the audience with daring areobatic manuevers: Patti Wagstaff and Sean D. Tucker.

Wagstaff’s breathtaking performances give airshow spectators a front-row seat view of the precision and complexity of modern, unlimited hard-core aerobatics. Having trained with the Russian Aerobatic Team, Wagstaff has won the gold, silver and bronze medals in Olympic-level international aerobatic competition and is the first woman to win the title of US National Aerobatic champion and one of the few people to win it three times. 

 Tucker isn’t satisfied unless he is learning, refining a skill or conquering a fear. He has been flying air shows worldwide since the mid-1970s. In that time, he’s won numerous aerobatic competitions and flown more than 1,200 performances at more than 450 air shows before more than 100 million fans. Shockwave Jet Truck — The world famous Shockwave Jet Truck will create a spectacle of smoke, fire, noise and speed as it shoots fireballs, billows smoke and hurtles down the runway speeds of more than 300 miles per hour. The popular truck is returning to Dayton as part of its 30th anniversary tour. Shockwave is a Peterbilt tractor radically modified with three J34-48 jet engines that produce 36,000 horsepower. Shockwave holds the Guiness world record for the fastest jet truck at 376 miles per hour.
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Those who want to be a part of the excitement will have the opportunity to climb aboard and purchase a flight in a real Vietnam era UH-1H “Huey” helicopter or an actual AH-1F Cobra Attack Helicopter.And, of course, there will be a number of static displays for those who enjoy wandering and asking questions in between the feats of aerial daring.

The air show starts at noon both days and is at the Dayton International Airport, 3800 Wright Drive in Vandalia. For up-to-the-minute air show news, please visit: www.daytonairshow.com