The 26th annual Candlelight Walking Tour is December 3rd, 2011 in Granville, Ohio. It runs noon to ~9PM.
Here are some highlights (see full schedule here):
Christmas train exhibit at the Granville Library
Music at all of the downtown churches (6pm - 9pm-ish)
Civil War Christmas & gingerbread house content @ the Robbins-Hunter Museum
Santa arrives by firetruck!
If you stop [...]
The Great Granville Picnic is schedule for Sunday, August 14th, 2010 from 4PM to 10PM. Visit the official website for more information. You can reserve your table online here, or you can download the reservation form and mail it in.
Schedule of Events:
Main Stage 4pm-10pm
Kid’s Activities 4pm-8pm
Table Judging 5pm-7pm
Granville, Ohio - July 4th, 2010On July 4th, 2010, The Junto Club Restaurant begins to deliver on Ben Franklin’s message to “Do well by doing good” by launching “Operation Do-Goode.”
“Operation Do-Goode” enables community-based, non-profit organizations to generate hundreds, possibly thousands of dollars, for their causes with a simple, yet inventive idea [...]
Granville is located approximately 30 miles northeast of Columbus, Ohio, and less than 10 miles north of Interstate 70 (Exit 126 - Granville-Lancaster) on Route 37 North. To get to Granville's downtown, take 37 North over the Route 16 overpass until you reach Broadway. Turn right on Broadway for most shops, banks, inns and offices.
Granville was settled in 1805 by New Englanders from Granville, MA, and Granby, CT, who sought more fertile farmland. Today, Granville is in the midst of a major building boom as the Columbus metro area moves east into Licking County. Granville, however, has maintained its ties to the past, preserving as its heritage, an historic district, including its downtown business area, which includes many buildings on the National Register of Historic Places. To find out more about Granville's history, visit the Granville Historical Society website.