The Coolest Weekend of the Year!

The yearly Winterfest BG Chillabration in Bowling Green will be February 8-9. This multi day exciting occasion highlights Ice Sculpting Demonstrations, Horse-Drawn Carriage Rides, Ice Skating, Chili and Soup Cook-Off, Frostbite Fun Run, Youth Window Art Exhibition downtown, and Children’s Party at the Wood County District Public Library. The Frozen Swamp tent and ice cultivate downtown including unrecorded music, brews, wine and an ice design show.

The BGSU Ice Arena is hosting hockey match-ups, pregame party, post gathering, skating appear. Ice figures will be in plain view in the Huntington Bank Parking parcel downtown alongside our new Chillabration Tents serving lager, wine, bites and amusement will be available. This is the eleventh Annual Winterfest held in Bowling Green Ohio  which is dependably the coolest few days of the year. This Three-day thrilling occasion highlights , Horse-Drawn Carriage Rides, Ice Skating, Chili and Soup Cook-Off, Frostbite Fun Run, Cookie Creations, Youth Dodge Ball, Snow Globe Co-ed Bubble Soccer, Window Youth Art Exhibition, Four Corners Gallery BGHS Art Exhibit and WC Library occasions

47th Algonquin Mill Fall Festival

The 47th Algonquin Mill Fall Festival is enacted on a historically accurate stage that includes a working steam flour and sawmill, antique print shop, one-room school house and log homes. The festival also includes an antique power show, antique cars, tractors and an NYC railroad station.

There is an old timey Country Store as well as spinning and weaving demonstrations. Bring your appetites because there will be all kinds of home cooked meals and desserts to enjoy—all foods are prepared by local non-profits including the Carroll County Historical society who runs the grounds and festival.

The Historical Society was founded 20 August 1963 for the purpose of preserving McCook House, a memorial owned by the Ohio Historical Society.

The Mill was acquired by the Carroll County Historical Society in 1969. Volunteers restored the Mill. The restored mill prepares stone ground flours and corn meal on a weekly basis for public purchase. The festival was started in 1971 and has become a widely attended 3-day event.

Ohio Renaissance Festival

Venture back in to time to this 30-acre, re-made sixteenth Century English town and appreciate more than 400 years of fun in a solitary day! The celebration offers something for everybody highlighting about 100 shows day by day, more than 150 novel expressions and artworks shops, generous food and drink, recreations of aptitude and human-fueled rides to please all ages.

More than 150 costumed characters welcome you to the town! Rub elbows with Royalty as you cheer your most loved knight to triumph in the exciting Full-reinforced Tournament Joust. Inviting you to a happy day in the town are dueling swordsmen, raucous privateers, nobles, laborers, and brave performers.

The sprawling scene is spotted with many special shops in the Medieval Marketplace including world-class craftsmans. See showings of glassblowing, blacksmithing, calfskin tooling, boot making, flame making, and gems making, and that’s only the tip of the iceberg.

The air is loaded up with the fragrances and scents of the food of the Renaissance. Devour like Royalty on delicious, monster cooked turkey legs, new heated bread bowls flooding with soups and stews, angle ‘n chips, steak-on-a-stake, succulent broiled fresh corn, Bourbon chicken, and a wide assortment of fine beers and wines. There’s something for everybody’s taste buds!

Guests of any age will be entertained by the diversions of ability and human-fueled rides. Attempt your hand at bows and arrows and check whether you’re a cutting edge Robin Hood, or climb the manor tower and save the exquisite maiden in trouble.

Open throughout October

New Breman Pumpkinfest

The New Bremen Pumpkinfest was founded in 2003 and began as a modest event specifically geared towards giant pumpkin growers to show off the most prized, the biggest and most unusual pumpkins. Everything about the festival got bigger, the crowd and the pumpkins (which started coming in from all over the Midwest) included. In 2010 the festival earned honors for hosting the world record Largest Pumpkin Pie.

Friday starts off at four with evening entertainment by Roger DeMange and Another Round. Saturday starts early with a pumpkin pancake breakfast at 7am. The Great Pumpkin Roll Bike Ride begins at 8:30am (Saturday). Distances at 20, 30 and 60 miles. Register in advance online. All ages and skill levels welcome.

The Artisan Showcase goes on Saturday from 9am-6pm. This show features talents including painting, glass blowing, photography, and even chain saw sculptures.

There is lots for kids to do as well including a pie eating contest and more.

September 23-24

Lake Loraime Fall Harvest Festival

Lake Loramie’s Annual Fall Harvest Festival is back and more packed full of fun than ever!

The Annual Fall Harvest Festival in Lake Loramie is sneaking up on us and it’ll be as lively as ever. The whole family is invited to enjoy the exhibitions and entertainment.
One of the most anticipated features of the Fall Harvest Festival is the Antique Power Show. The show is comprised of large collection of gas-powered tractors. There will also be operational displays including a wheat thresher, a lumber mill, shingle mill and various other engines.

Most of the attractions are fun for the whole family, but the Fall Harvest Festival at Lake Loramie also features some attractions just for kids including games and activities with a Lake Loramie Naturalist.

More than 60 workmanship and specialty exhibitors will be at the celebration making things from toys to family unit improvements, flower displays and considerably more. You’ll appreciate a Farmers Market on Saturday and live melodic stimulation on the fundamental stage. Lots of delicious food will likewise be accessible. The year’s celebration the highlight will be a primitive American settler camp site. Wearing the style of the Early American Settler, this camp shows how everyday life was lived amid that period. Discussions about the devices and hardware used to get by in the outskirts of the wilderness will also take place.

September 14-16th