June 21, 2018
Your Weekly Source for
Downtown News & Events!
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This Week Downtown
Everyone is welcome to enjoy this FREE community event Downtown.


Symbolizing the summer solstice as the long journey that so many with Alzheimer's disease must face, the whole community is invited to party from sun up to sun down!

Friday June, 22
10am - 2pm

Concessions, Auctions, Kids Activities, and much more!
Friday Night Bandstand
Tomorrow at 7pm Blue Steel will be playing at the Bandstand
(104 N. Broad St.)

This event is made possible by:

Lancaster Parks and Recreation
Fairfield Federal Savings and Loan

Fairfield National Bank
Community Shred Day
Saturday, June 23 from 9-noon in the parking lot of 150 W. Wheeling Street.

What Can I Shred?
Folders, medical and tax records, bank statements, legal documents.

3 boxes per household, no businesses accepted.
Relay for Life
11am - Midnight

Food Trucks, Entertainment, and a celebration towards a great cause
Saturday & Sunday
Tour of Homes
Please contact the Sherman House or Georgian Museum for more details and tickets!
More Downtown Happenings
Click on each event for more information!
Every Saturday from 8 to noon!
To learn more about the Lancaster Farmers Market, click here
To sign up for Lancaster Farmers Market email updates, click here
If you're interested in getting involved and becoming a volunteer, click here
Decorative Arts Center of Ohio News

From May 19th to August 12 visit the Decorative Arts Center of Ohio to experience "Costumes & Characters from the Paramount Pictures Archive"
From June 25th to 29th every aspect of this production will be hands on—including making puppets, painting, scenery and lighting the stage.
On July 8th OSU Curator, Gayle Strege shares Sophie Wachner's early 1900s life of Akron, OH teacher to Director of Costumes, Goldwyn Studios.  
Natural Remedies Massage
Mondays at 5pm
Vinyasa - $12

Yoga Living classes held at Natural Remedies
323 S Broad, 2 nd  floor

Next event is Thursday, August 30th. Breakfast will be at the Ale House and the topic is "Making Sense of Tax Reform for your Business".

Click above to see a list of events all happening at the Library!

Thank You Members

Abdalla Buildings
The Mithoff Companies  

Ale House 1890 
Ava Jewelers 
Bay Food Market
Big Ideas Branding & Apparel 
Bob's Backyard BBQ & Cafe
Tom & Melody Bobbitt
Colony Classics & Interiors
Diamond Jim's Pizza
Fairfield County Foundation
Fashion & Vanity Cleaners, Inc. 
Four Reasons Bakery & Deli 
Gorsuch Realty & Fairfield Homes
Halteman Fett & Dyer Funeral Home 
Huddle Tire Co. 
Hurley Investment Counsel Ltd.
KC’s Downtown Express 
Lancaster/Fairfield Co. Chamber of Commerce 
Lancaster Municipal Gas
Lancaster Parks & Recreation Department 
Lunn Fabrics, Ltd.
Main Street Bistro
Michaels Oral Surgery
Natural Remedies Massage, LLC 
O'Huids Gaelic Pub
Ohio Glass Museum 
Orange Carpet
Promotions by Design 
Shaw's Restaurant & Harry's Bar
John and Kam Sigafoos
Sitterley, Vandervoort & Davis, Ltd. 
The Ultimate Look I,II & III
Two Broke Artists 
David and Perla Uhl
Valmer Title Agency
Wells Pest Control


A Season in Time 
Art & Clay on Main/Square 7 Coffee House 
Bootleggers of Lancaster
Buckeye Counseling
Chris Febes Insurance Agency, LLC 
Decorative Arts Center of Ohio
Double Edge Brewing Co. 
Dryden Investments, LLC 
Emerald Phoenix Mystic Boutique 
Fairfield County ADAMH Board 
Fairfield County Auditor
 Fairfield County Parks 
Fairfield Co. Visitors & Convention Bureau
Fairfield County Heritage Association
Fox Realty, Inc.
Friends of the FCD Library
Fuel Industrial Services
Geneva Hills Group, Inc. 
Heritage Cabin
JD Henderson
Joni Campbell State Farm Insurance 
Krile Communications
Lancaster Board of Realtors
 Lifetime Financial Planning Solutions, LLC 
McGlothin Insurance and Financial 
My Favorite Things
Paperback Exchange 
Restore and Adore 
Sparkle and Rust, LLC 
Steady Roll Salon
Suzannah Gallery & Taproom  
The Becker Law Firm 
The Chiropractic Group
The Confectionary, LLC 
The Frame Shop 
The Smoke Stack Hobby Shop 
The Lancaster Festival
The Studio on Fifth 
The Well 
Tracie Lynn’s Collection
Trinity Design & Gold
Varga Communications
Wagon Wheel Wines
Walker's Floral Design Studio
Weddings Etc.  
Yakes and Associates, LLC


John and Marcia Baughman
Ethan Bingaman
Carol L. Bowen
Carri & Stephen Brown
Jeff and Carrie Campbell
Ricki Chenault
The Comers
Darcy and Andrew Cook
Eric Croft
Alan D'Aurora
Pat and Ronnie Dodds
Betty & Jeffrey Doolittle
Holly Miller-Downour
Tammy Drobina
Bryan and Amanda Everitt
Sherry Febes
Jack and Pattie Frohnapfel
Larry and Michelle Garlinger
Tom & Judy Gasser
Wendy Gregory
Rosemary Hajost
Ron Hanna
Leslee & Todd Hanson
Ronald Harvey
Bill and Jackie Heath
Brian and Elaine Householder
Sam and Chrissy Kittle
Mike Lieber
Teresa Marshall
Bruce and Nancy McAtee
John Mott
Timothy Nungesser
Andy Parker and Kate Smiley Parker
Keely Pearce
Scott and Jamie Reed
Brad Roach
David & Kristi Scheffler
Sandy Schroer
Phil & Kim Sheldon
David S. Smith
Andrew Specht
Trisha Clifford-Sprouse
Tim & Jill Warner
Ami Williams
Wayne & Laura Williams
Robert Wolfinger

Downtown Available Properties Listings 
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Please do not hesitate to contact us with questions about bringing your business here or investing in downtown real estate. Downtown SID property owners, let us know if you have a listing! Call Amanda Everitt (740) 277-6607 or amanda@destinationdowntownlancaster.com
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