The Ohio Historical Society’s Ohio Village will be hosting the Annual Country Living Fair on September 13-15, 2019. Meet the editors of Country Living Magazine and their guests, attend seminars and how-to’s, see artisan demonstrations, shop the Harvest & Gourmet Market, and get ideas for your own home.
Step into the pages of the magazine with more than 200 booths featuring antiques, vintage furnishings, crafts, gifts and collectibles, along with food tastings, cooking demonstrations and the harvest-gourmet market. This family-friendly event also includes decorating and crafting seminars, along with Handmade Make and Take workshops for $20-$30; you’ll want to pre-register for those before they sell out.
Special guests include Kimberly Schlapman, Little Big Town vocalist and author of the best selling cookbook, Oh Gussie; Annie Sloan, creator of Chalk Paint®; Nancy Fuller, author of Farmhouse Rules: Simple, Seasonal Meals for the Whole Family, Food Network star, and co-owner of Ginsberg’s Foods; Junk Gypsies, Kim Leggett, author of the bestselling book City Farmhouse Style, and many more!
Discounted Fair admission tickets will be on sale at Ohio History Connection Gift Shop through September 12th. Tickets purchased in person are at the discounted rate and do not carry the processing fee as phone or online orders do.
Admission to Country Living Fair
One day admission is $18 gate and $13 advance
Weekend Pass/$25 gate and $15 advance,
Early Bird Pass/ $30-$40 advance (grants admission at 8:30 a.m. daily)
*Children under 16 are free with an adult
$5 service fee per order for phone/online orders
For advance tickets and passes or more information, call 866.500.FAIR, at Ohio History Connection Gift Shop, or purchase online. Country Living Fair advance tickets and passes are also available through Sept. 12 at the Ohio History Store just inside the Ohio History Center.
Country Living Fair hours are 10 a.m.-5 p.m. all three days. Country Living Fair parking is $5 per car per day.
1982 Velma Avenue
Columbus, OH 43211
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