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Ohio Village Independence Day Celebration

by Maureen McCabe on June 29, 2007

baseball

What was the 4th of July like in 1857? Ed Lentz ‘As it were’ column in This Week Community Newspapers is called City changes; 4th of July doesn’t It’s about celebrating Independence Day in Columbus and across the river in Franklinton way back then. History of Columbus!

Opportunities to step back in time for July 2007:

Glorious Fourth: Independence Day Celebration, Ohio Historical Center/Ohio Village – July 04, 2007 – From the Ohio Historical Center / Ohio Village calendar:

“July 4 Glorious Fourth: Independence Day Celebration Ohio Village, COLUMBUS Noon-5 p.m.
Enjoy a leisurely afternoon of family activities to celebrate the nation’s independence, including a grand procession, patriotic speeches, a greased pole contest, a concert by the Ohio Village Singers and a community dance. Throughout the afternoon, families can enjoy period games, an Ohio Village Muffins base ball game, tug-of-war and a pie-eating contest. Another fun part of the day will include popular elements of “Delicious Dish: The Cold, Hard Facts about Ice Cream.” Taste unique ice cream flavors, treat yourself to a sundae, help make homemade ice cream and learn about the unique history of ice cream. Admission: $9/adult OHS member, $6/child OHS member, $11/adult nonmember, $8/child nonmember, $4/parking fee for nonmembers. 614.297.2666 or 800.686.1541″

Ohio Village Muffins Vintage Baseball Game – July 04, 2007 2:00 PM – Ohio Historical Center/Ohio Village

The Ohio Village Muffins are from the 1860′s? Or recreate the 1860′s? According to the Wikipedia entry on the Ohio Village Muffins it was called “base ball” back then.

One of my favorite Ed Lentz columns about Columbus history inspired Circus Town Columbus.

More about 4th of July 2007 Celebrations from This Week Community Newspapers.

More 4th of July 2007 celebrations from Discover Columbus.
What’s happening in Greater Columbus this weekend June 29 to July 1 from Discover Columbus.

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