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invites you to our Summertime Events June 15 – Mark Stipes – 6-9pm & Minus One - Food off the grill - No Reservations Needed June 22 – Reb 4-7pm Food off the grill - No Reservations Needed June 29 – Ren 4-7pm Food off the grill - No Reservations Needed July 6 – First Steak Cookout Call for Reservations July 13 – Private Cookout July 20 – Steak Cookout Call for Reservations July 27 – Tim & Reb 6-9pm Barbeque Night Aug. 3 – Steak Cookout Call for Reservations Aug. 10 – Mark Stipes 6-9pm & Minus One Wine & Swine Aug. 17 – Steak Cookout Call for Reservations Aug. 24 – Mike & Billy 6-9pm Pasta Night Aug. 31 – Steak Cookout Sept. 7 – Last Steak Cookout of Season Heritage Vineyards & Winery is located at 27561 TR 45, Warsaw, OH
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FRAZEYSBURG - Livestock producers in the Coshocton County area who are interested in learning how to improve their grazing systems are invited to attend the first of a Pasture Walk series on Thursday, June 20. This event will begin at 6:30 p.m. at Tony Moran’s Beef Farm, 14720 TR 396, Frazeysburg. Signs will be posted. The summer Pasture Walk series is being organized by Coshocton Soil & Water Conservation District, USDA-Natural Resources Conservation Service, and OSU Extension Coshocton County. Highlights of the June 20 event include viewing paddock fencing, spring developments, and heavy use pads. Discussion will be led by Tony Moran and NRCS State Grazing Specialist Troyce Barnett. They will also discuss utilizing cost share funding to improve grazing systems. This event is free and open to anyone who is interested in learning new ideas they can use on their own livestock operations. RSVPs are appreciated but not required. For more information, contact the Coshocton SWCD at 622-8087, ext. 4. Plans are also underway for Pasture Walks on Thursday, July 18 and Thursday, Aug. 15. Contact the SWCD if you would like to be notified of these events.
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more information about Coshocton Dulcimer Days, contact the Coshocton Visitors Bureau at (740) 622-4877, 800-338-4724 or go to www. VisitCoshocton.com or find a complete schedule at www.CoshoctonDulcimerDays.com.
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Pasture Walk series begin June 20
throughout the weekend. The festival concert headliners are dulcimer players Bing Futch on Mountain Dulcimer and Dana Hamilton and David Lindsey on Hammered Dulcimers. The headliner concert begins at 7 p.m. on Saturday, June 15 at the Roscoe United Methodist Church. Admission is free to the concert but there will be a freewill offering. An outdoor Gospel Sing/Church Service will be Sunday at 10 a.m. at the Warehouse Restaurant Garden Court. Also on Sunday, the Mid-East Regional Dulcimer Championships will take place beginning at noon. The winning competitors will then be eligible to compete in the National Competition in Winfield, Kansas. The raffle items at the Coshocton Dulcimer Days Festival include a Spinet Hammered Dulcimer from David’s Dulcimers, an L02 Model Larrivee Guitar and case donated by Wildwood Music and Larrivee Guitars, a Mountain Dulcimer donated by Paul Conrad, and many more items. Roscoe Village is a restored 1830s Canal Era town featuring shopping, dining, and history. The Roscoe Village Visitor Center is located at 600 North Whitewoman Street, Coshocton, Ohio. The Coshocton Dulcimer Days Festival is sponsored by the Coshocton Music Corp., Roscoe Village Business Association, Central Ohio Technical College, and Roscoe Village Foundation. For
COSHOCTON—Coshocton County has been the host of the longest-running heritage music festival in Ohio, Coshocton Dulcimer Days. It is also the second-oldest event of its kind in the United States. This year marks the 39th year for this nationally-significant Appalachian musical event, which will be in Historic Roscoe Village on June 14 - 16. As part of the festival, the MidEast Regional Dulcimer Championships are held and winning competitors at Coshocton’s festival go on to compete in the national competition. Visitors to the event will enjoy music vendors, raffles, artists’ booths and traditional Appalachian music. Admission and parking are free. Several music workshops at $15 each will be held throughout the weekend including classes on Mountain Dulcimer, Hammered Dulcimer, Guitar, Banjo, Flute, Penny Whistle, Auto Harp, Spoons, Mandolin, Bowed Psaltery, Harp, and Drumming. Pre-registration for the workshops is available at www.CoshoctonDulcimerDays.com. The Coshocton Dulcimer Days Festival includes entertainment on Friday evening and throughout the day Saturday including performers Mark Wade, Sharon and Terry Kirby, Hunter Walker and Nathaniel Samsel, Michael Vickey, Paul Conrad, Emily Pritchard, Sarah Morgan, Jan Hammond, Jim and Kathy Vernon, Mark and Robin Thompson, Matthew Dickerson, Bill Schilling, Flo and Stan Hortz, and Bountiful Folk. Jam sessions also take place
BY JAN MYERS
Coshocton Dulcimer Days this weekend
Published on Jun 11, 2013