Prairie Peddler Festival Celebrating 30th Anniversary

Prairie Peddler Festival Celebrating 30th Anniversary

  • 8/17/2017 11:32:02 AM
  • Tyler Warner
  • National News

BUTLER, OH - For two weekends this fall, Butler will step back in time with the Prairie Peddler Festival. The first weekend is September 23rd and 24th, the next weekend is September 30th and October 1st. 

The Prairie Peddler Festival is an Outdoor Arts & Crafts Festival located in Mohican Country with a late 1800's setting.

This year, the festival is celebrating its 30th Anniversary. The events run 10 AM to 5 PM and admission is 8.00$ for Adults and 3.00$ for kids. The Festival is held at 3170 Ohio 97 (Cleveland St.)

Visitors can indulge in lots of freshly made foods, ranging from ribs and barbecued brisket to pumpkin donuts and sweetcorn. For entertainment, there will be magic shows, dance performances, minstrels, and bands. For the kids, a kid zone with face painting, petting zoo, crafts, and games. Over 180 vendors means there is something for everyone. 

The festival is held rain or shine with no animals allowed. For more information, frequently asked questions, and detailed schedules of events please visit prairietown.com

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