Saturday Happenings!

Get ready for fun – there’s a lot happening this Saturday, May 20th!

Start your day EARLY with a zoom over to the Skyview Drive-In Flea Market on the east side of Lancaster – open at 8 am until 1 pm. Lancaster has two Farmer’s Markets – the  Lancaster Farmers Market at Keller Market House on Chestnut Street and the Old Fashioned Farmer’s Market at the Fairfield County Fairgrounds, open 8 am – Noon.

The Country Shop Hop in Amanda, Stoutsville and Tarlton is happening with food, ice cream, and wine tasting, to glassblowing, antiques, vintage treasures, and seasonal finds!

When you’re in downtown Lancaster, swing by the Lancaster Community Days Festival. Admission is $5.00 with lots of fair food, big rides this year, music and a laser light show! The Festival continues today and tomorrow, May 20th & 21st.

Attention crocheters and those who want to learn! Fathom Arts is sponsoring a series of meetups around a Yarn Bomb at Keller Market House. Learn more about how you can participate in a public art installation made with crochet contributions made by artists of the hook!

It’s Kids & Cops Day on the Ohio University Lancaster Campus. This FREE event pairs up our county and local public safety teams with kids, food, gift bags and fun – a chance for kids to get to know police, fire and safety members in a different way.

Lithopolis is hosting 60+ vendors of handmade or homegrown items at their Vendors in the Village event today from 10 am – 3 pm. Admission is free, local restaurants will be open for lunch!

If a little rain doesn’t bother you, check out Rock Mill Days – tour the restored gristmill between 11:00 am and 2:00 pm. If you’re keen to stay dry, The Sherman House Museum and The Georgian will have tours on the hour starting at noon! Purchase ‘Beauty & Brawn’ tour tickets and tour both!

Looking for artful, kid-friendly fun? Little ones can Paint a Llama for Your Mama at Young At Art Studio in their new home at 117 E. Sixth Avenue in Lancaster. This is an activity for children 7 – 12 years old, is $28 and a licensed art educator guides the fun!

Music fan? New Lexington sensation Matt Rupe will be playing at the Lancaster Community Days Festival at the Fairfield County Fairgrounds from 1:00 – 2:30,  Eric Solomon will be at Rockside Winery tonight from 5 – 8 PM, Hocking County Country singer Julia Neville will be singing at the Community Days Festival at the Fairgrounds from 7:30 – 9:30, and Mother Hubbard is playing at The Village Taproom in Amanda.

There’s so much more! Check our Events Calendar and find your fun!

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Chris Shirer, Publisher of The Lancaster Herald

By Chris Shirer

Chris Shirer is the publisher of The Lancaster Herald. You’ll find her walking all over Lancaster sometimes accompanied by her investigative reporter dogs Rocket and Lily.