It is hard to believe that the 4th of July is upon us already. Mohican, centrally located between Cleveland and Columbus, has a weekend full of events for the whole family and those just wanting to have some fun. A number of the events are free and others may require a nominal fee.
Kick off the weekend and cool off from the heat on Friday, June 30th, at 7pm, for the Mohican Community Theatre Group performing Singin’ In The Rain at The Ohio Theatre. A matinee performance will be Sunday, July 2nd, at 2pm. The Mohican Community Theatre Group’s purpose is to provide theatrical arts and entertainment while providing guests an experience in the national historic registered The Ohio Theatre. Tickets are $10 for adults and $8 for students.
Rev up those engines, shine the car or truck and drive it down to the 17th Annual Loudonville Car Show on July 1st from 8am-4pm. Cruisin’ Times Magazine has presented this as an award winning car show for several years. All makes and models are welcome to register and be judged for a variety of categories. Over 500 cars close the streets of downtown Loudonville for a chance to show off their hard work and classic restorations. Grab a chair and a spot to sit while enjoying the popular Zambelli Fireworks at dusk.
July 4th weekend in Loudonville is not complete without the Antique Festival. This two day festival has antique and collectible dealers selling their timeless treasures in Central Park. Visit downtown stores and restaurants in historic Loudonville and enjoy music, Critter Camp Farm petting zoo, food vendors and more. The Antique Festival will be held both Saturday and Sunday, July 1st and 2nd. To register a vehicle or as a vendor visit LoudonvilleChamber.com or call 419-994-4789.
Other weekend events include:
- June 30th – Singin’ In The Rain, Live, at The Ohio Theatre
- July 1st & 2nd Antique Festival in downtown Loudonville
- July 2nd – Singin’ In The Rain, Live, at The Ohio Theatre
- July 1st – The 17th Annual Loudonville Car Show & Fireworks in downtown Loudonville
- July 1st – Nasty Habits Blues at Pleasant Hill Lake Park
- July 1st – Explorers of the Nature at Charles Mill Lake Park & Pleasant Hill Lake Park
- July 1st – Amazon Eric & Free Canoeing at Pleasant Hill Lake Park
- July 1st – Live Birds of Prey at Mohican State Park Lodge
- July 2nd – Movies at the Lake at Pleasant Hill Lake Park
- July 2nd – Turtle Sunday at Mohican State Park Lodge
- July 2nd – Discovery Hike at Mohican State Park
- July 3rd – River Walk at Mohican State Park
Whether coming for July 4th or any time, make it a memory of a lifetime by staying in Mohican. From the rustic to the luxurious, there are plenty of places to stay. A castle to a lodge, private cabins with hot tubs, campgrounds and more are available. Make sure to ask about possible packages and rates. For information on what’s happening in Mohican, visit discovermohican.com.
Press release submitted by:
Media Contact: Georgia Kauffman, Executive Director
Mohican Visitors Bureau