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Nov-2017

Craft Bazaars and Holiday Events

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Autumn has been a very busy time in Ross County this year. In October, we celebrated 50-years of the Fall Festival of Leaves in Bainbridge, experienced the birth of a new festival with the Chillicothe Halloween Festival, plus all of the new and returning events and activities in September and October. It’s definitely been a milestone year for Ross County and we’re very proud to be the partner to help promote all of these wonderful activities. As we shift gears and move into November, we’re going to be focusing on all of the holiday activities that’s coming up.

Paxton Theatre, in Bainbridge, will start the season off by hosting RFD-TV’s program, The Best of America by Horseback this weekend (November 4th & 5th). This program will be filmed for the network’s Christmas Music Special & Salute to the Troops. Both days will be filled with music, commentary, stories, cameos and surprises.

 

The Junior Civic League’s annual Christmas Gala “Winter Wonderland” will also kick off the season on Saturday. The Christmas Gala helps raise money for families in need. This event offers an evening out with dinner, cocktails and music.

craft & holiday bazaars

November is the month for the local bazaars in Ross County. November 11th & November 18th are the two big dates to mark down in your calendar.

November 11th:
• Christmas in the Valley (Bainbridge)
• Altrusa Holiday Bazaar
• Fall Harvest Bazaar

November 18th:
• Christmas Bazaar
• Arts & Crafts Show
• OU-C 13th Annual Christmas Bazaar
• Bishop Flaget Christmas Bazaar

entertainment

Let’s take a look at what’s coming up this month. The Paxton Theatre in Bainbridge will bringing a lot of entertainment to the area. This weekend is the Best of America by Horseback, and later this month

 the Paxton will be hosting Russell Moore & IIIrd Tyme Out followed by Terry Lee & The Rockaboogie Band. You can get tickets to all these shows by visiting the Paxton Theatre‘s website.

Also taking place this weekend is Chillicothe native, singer-songwriter, Jerry Salley performing at the Massie Elementary School. Jerry has had over 450 songs recorded, his songs have sold in excess of $16.5 million records in his award winning career.

 

These are just a few highlights of what’s coming up in November. As always, we encourage you to visit our online calendar of events for more information on these events and to find to many others.

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