The Ohio 88

. August 14, 2017.
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The Ohio History Connection (formerly the Ohio Historical Society) is on a mission to find interesting events across all of Ohio’s 88 counties. Undertaking a two-year trek to find fun Ohio history under the sobriquet “The Ohio 88,” the trips run through December 3, 2017 when participants will attend the German Village Christmas Walk in Butler County. Local area highlights have included a Mud Hens game, Perrysburg Bicentennial Farmer’s Market, and a visit to the Wood County Public Library. They will be attending the Henry County Fair in Napoleon on August 12.

Visit ohiohistory.org to learn more about the program and its destinations.

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