June 4th - June 7th, 2015

The Adams County Arts Council


   The Adams County Arts Council Proudly Presents

                  "ON GOLDEN POND"

                      Tickets Only $8.00

                June 4th, 5th and 6th @ 7:30 PM

                          June 7th @ 2:30 PM

                For Tickets, Reservations, Information

      Call Bonnie Harover @ Mosier Furniture: 937-544-2711



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June 13th, 2015

200th year Jacksonville Reunion and Picnic

Jacksonville Reunion and Picnic at Jacksonville on Old St. Rt. 41 from 1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. 

Contact Lynne Newman for more information at (937) 587-3358



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June 19th - June 21st, 2015

Friends of Serpent Mound Summer Solstice Celebration

 Friday, June 19 thru Sunday, June 21, 2015

The Friends of Serpent Mound will hold their annual festival to celebrate the first day of summer. Enjoy vendors, educational booths, and listen to free lectures to learn more about the mysteries of Serpent Mound and the cultures that left evidence behind. End the day with a guided hike around the serpent effigy or some International style or Native American drumming.

Visit us at serpentmound.org for a complete schedule.



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June 20th, 2015

Feast of the Setting Sun

Summer Solstice Supper & Festivities at Serpent Mound

June 20, 2015; 3pm–9pm, Park gates close at 10pm

"Ohio's Greatest Wonders" Lecture, Solstice Mound Tour, Solstice Sunwatch

SOLSTICE SUPPER - Featuring Foods Native to the Americas

Free to the Public with $8/car parking fee, Optional dinner $12/person please pre-register at www.arcofappalachia.org/events/solstice.html  


Full information: http://www.arcofappalachia.org/events/solstice.html  


With Brad Lepper, Curator of Archaeology for Ohio History Connection

Music by Steve Free, Internationally acclaimed award-winning songwriter

The 2015 solstice celebration will begin with music by Steve Free, followed by a presentation on Ohio’s Five Greatest Wonders of the Ancient World, an American Indian inspired Solstice dinner, and a guided tour of Serpent Mound ending an hour before sunset. Solstice eve will end with an hour of silence around the coils of the Serpent. During this contemplative time, you can watch the setting sun slowly descend toward the horizon directly in front of the great Serpent’s eternal, watchful gaze. Photo by Tim Anderson Jr.








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June 20th, 2015

Terry Hall
Terry Hall will be performing at the Red Barn Convention Center for The Red Barn Jubilee Show.

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Spend the Night in Adams County

Murphin Ridge Inn is one of many great places to stay in Adams County. Click here for a full list of B & B's.

Click here to plan your spring experience in Adams County.

See the quilt barn squares that started a national phenomenon

"Bird" is one of many pieces of barn art that adorn Adams County.

Harshaville Covered Bridge

See the new Harshaville Covered Bridge on Graces Run Road, a gateway to the Amish Community.

Canoe beautiful Ohio Brush Creek

Explore Amish Country in Adams County

Click here to learn more.

See Adams County's newest quilt square!



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Welcome to Adams County, Ohio.

Imagine a place that has the enduring coziness of a small-town atmosphere from days gone by, yet still resounds with the spirit of today. Imagine a place where you can take a long, easy step back in time to see the prairies that once covered portions of Ohio in the morning, play a round of golf, and watch the sunset over the Ohio River while sipping a glass of local wine.

You can find it in Adams County, Ohio. Find those spots where time stood still, like Blake's Soda Fountain, or wander through Amish shops in the Wheat Ridge Community. Or step back farther and walk along rugged cliff edges and creek beds created hundreds of thousands of years ago. Hike miles of trails or ponder the mysteries of the Great Serpent Mound.

Discover Appalachian handcrafts, quaint towns, or boat the Ohio River and the Ohio Brush Creek from sunup to sundown. Or just find a quiet bank and fish away the afternoon.

Relax beneath cool, comfy sheets at one of our many country inns, hotels, lodges, or cabins.

However you want to enjoy our county - exploring, discovering or finding that special place to just simply kick up your feet and relax - we have something just for you.