The 43rd annual Logan Hills Festival is ready for another fun weekend in Zanesfield.
Step back in time and see the history unfold as you hear the story of the Native Americans and pioneers from this area in our Taloga outdoor drama. Experience a Fur Trade Era Rendezvous encampment. Mountain Men, Fur Traders and Native Americans in period dress. See what it was like to live back in the 1700’s and 1800’s. Enjoy the music and dancing at the 9th Annual Native Woodland Gathering. Learn about Native Culture and traditions. Plus there’s plenty of food, entertainment and fun.
This year’s Taloga outdoor drama will be The Calling of Zane Town with performances on Saturday, Sunday and Monday. Admission to the drama is $4 for adults and $2 for kids.
Here’s a breakdown of what’s happening over the weekend.
All Day Craft, Collectible Booths and Food Vendors
7:30 to 11:00 Pancake & Sausage Breakfast Ron Downs Maple Syrup (Shelter House)
9:00 Parade through the village to Zanesfield Cemetery for Memorial Service
9:30 Open Court Play (Petanque Court)
10:00 Musical Entertainment -Mad River Dulcimers (Entertainment Stage)
11:30 Pickers Auction By Wayne Gilroy (Auction Stage)
Drawing for Amish Quilt (Stage – Following Auction)
11:30 Country Luncheon Sponsored by the Zanesfield United Methodist Church
12:30 Lizard Pull (Encampment)
1;00 -4:00 Pony Rides Marmon Valley Farms
1:00 Taloga Outdoor Drama