Oct 12, Oct 13, Oct 14, 2012
Celebrate the cultures that color Southeast Ohio at the annual Appalachian Color in the Hills Festival. The three-day festival, held Oct. 12-14 at Glouster Park on State Route 13, Glouster, features food and crafts that harken back to the regiona??s bygone eras. Enjoy an international food court with vendors specializing in Hungarian, Polish, Asian and Irish cuisine. Check out arts and craft demonstrations and purchase unique works of art just in time for Christmas. Listen to local musicians and attend a non-denominational Sunday service with gospel music. Fancy a high-flying adventure? Take a helicopter tour of the fall foliage, thanks to Dayton-based helicopter service Vertical Advantage. Fly over Burr Oak Lake and experience the colors of fall like never before. There will also be a queens pageant, corn-hole tournament and special ceremony honoring Sam Jones for his contribution to serving area youths. Saturday's entertainment features the Appalachia Coming Home Concert with Ohio University graduate Angela Perley and the Howling Moon Band, followed by Logan native an Hocking College graduate the Foster. To cap off the evening, the original members of Athens-own McGuffey Lane will perform a 90-minute set. The free, family-friendly event runs Oct. 12, 4-9 p.m.; Oct. 13, 9 a.m. a?? 10 p.m. and Oct. 14, noon to 4 p.m.
Glouster Community Park