March 3rd, 2018

15th Annual Adams County Amish Bird Symposium
Join the Adams County Travel & Visitors Bureau and the Adams County Amish Community for a daylong celebration of birds that features speakers, vendors, live raptors from Raptor Incorporated, and other activities. Registration required. View/print a registration form here.
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March 10th, 2018

The Bellamy Brothers

Will be performing at The Red Barn Convention Center at 7:00 PM dinner is at 5:30 PM.



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March 31st, 2018

26th Annual Children's Easter Egg Hunt
Saturday March 31st is the 26th Annual Children's Easter Egg Hunt at the Wilson Children's Home in West Union.  Registration: 12:00 P.M. Festivities: 1;00 P.M.  Ages: Walking to Age 2, Age 3-4, Age 5-6, Age 7-8, Age 9-10. Eggs will be exchanged for candy. Prizes drawn randomly for each group. Past Prizes have included bicycles, basketballs and sport sets, pedal cars and trucks, riding toys, wagons, educational toys, books, games, puzzles and Easter Baskets. For more information contact (937) 544-2511.


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April 6th, 2018

Pieced Together Documentary Film

"Pieced Together" is the first documentary film about the American quilt square trail movement. Directed by Peabody Award-winning veteran of ABC News, Julianne Donofrio, "Pieced Together" tells the story of how one woman's love for her mother changed the American landscape-and saved her life after job loss, breast cancer, and multiple health concerns.

Donna Sue Groves had an idea: pretty up an old barn for her mother Nina Maxine, a celebrated quilter, by hanging a wooden square painted to look like a traditional quilt block.

Now 39 States and parts of Canada have quilt square trails. There are more than 240 trails and countless squares found on barns, garages, and fences from California to Tennessee to Prince Edward Island.The film will be screened at the West Union Elementary School in West Union on Friday April 6. Doors open at 5:30 PM and the film begins at 6:00 PM. Admission is free. The film runs 53 minutes.

The film is being presented by the Adams County Travel & Visitors Bureau. For more information you can give us a call @ (937) 544-5639 or toll free @ 877-232-6764



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April 7th, 2018

Loose Thread Quilters Quilt Show
Loose Thread Quilters Quilt Show of Peebles will be holding their annual Quilt show on Saturday at the Peebles Methodist Church, 1370 Measley Ridge Rd. Sharing the talents of local artisans with our community. Bed turning will be at 1:00 p.m., trunk show, door prizes, and demonstrations all day long. For more information call (513) 218-3373


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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

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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.