Join the citizens of Centerburg in celebrating their 10th annual Heart
of Ohio USA Days festival this coming June 24-27. The festival will be
held at the Centerburg Memorial Park, which is located at the
intersection of state routes 3 and 314.
In 2005, the Heart of
Ohio USA Association was formed to promote a strong sense of community
by providing the residents of Centerburg, Ohio the opportunity to come
together and have fun and celebrate. The Heart of Ohio USA Days festival
is just one of their projects to encourage community get-togethers.
festival highlights some of the most entertaining activities such as
the Little Miss Liberty/Little Uncle Sammy Pageant, Lucky Ducky Race,
and a Huge Fireworks Extravaganza which will be held on the last day of
the festival, after dark. The festival also offers new amusement rides
and new activities such as Monkey Shines, where patrons can get pictures
taken with adorable little monkeys.
The festival not only
offers fun-filled activities, but also a great music scene. Artists such
as Bo Donaldson and the Heywoods, The Ohio Express, and the British
Invasion will be taking the spotlight at the festival, delivering some
of the liveliest tunes from the 60’s and the 70’s. Country and teen
artists such as Nora Miller and Ethan Pugh, Ciara McVay, and Jacked Up
will also be taking the stage at the festival, offering a different
variety of tunes ranging from old and new pop music hits, to pure
Due to the recent flooding of the festival’s
parking field, the festival is now offering bus shuttles that will pick
up patrons from Centerburg High School and drop them off at the old
state park area on 314. The parking field will be closed for the whole
festival. The old state park area will be limited to shuttles and
emergency vehicles only. The park will also be available on Friday and
Saturday for the handicapped and people with parking permits. Shuttles
will run from 5 pm until closing time. ATM machines will also be placed
on-site for anyone who needs to make a withdrawal.
festival is a great time for Ohioans and visitors to celebrate and
indulge themselves in the area’s vibrant culture. Admission is free, so
everyone is encouraged to come out and join the festivities.
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