A day spent recognizing the green grass in our backyards
Those intimately familiar with Grailville already know they will attend, but for those who always wondered... you are in for a rare treat right here in our own backyard. And to boot... this is the old fashioned way to celabrate things NEW in this resort we live in.
Saturday, May 24th
Loveland, Oh. - This is the revival of showcases for everything fresh and new in your hometown. And you can't find a more unique, playground like setting anywhere close in the tri-state.
Located in the rolling hills of southwest Ohio, Grailville, at the city limits of Loveland and Miami Township, is steward to 315 acres of rural land including woods, pastures, ponds and creeks. An outdoor labyrinth, hiking trails, and organic vegetable gardens are yours to enjoy.
It is a festival inspired day featuring the artwork of local artisans and their wares; bites and light fare from organic and/or local food vendors, and wonderful local music from the award winning, Comet Bluegrass All-Stars, a local bluegrass band that has opened for bands such as such as Del McCoury, Ricky Skaggs, and Sam Bush.
Keep'n it real local
Will you help Whistle Stop ClayWorks fill empty bowls during Local Fest?
Empty Bowls aims to bring awareness to the many families with empty bowls on their tables and raise money for the organizations that support those families.Whistle Stop ClayWorks is hoping this benefit will bring even more support from the community to aid Loveland food pantry. Read on...
The exclusive beer vendor will be Mad Tree Brewing, whose beer has been selected in the national Draft Magazine as the 14th best beer in 2013.
This will be a day spent recognizing the green grass in our backyards and celebrating the community we live in. Past participants include: Loveland Symmes Fire Department, Whistle Stop Clayworks, Gorman Heritage Farm, D & B Goats and so much more!
Local Fest: A Celebration of Local Food, Local Art & Local Music is offered on Saturday, May 24th, 2014, from 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm at Grailville, 932 O’Bannonville Road, Loveland OH.
This event is FREE and open to the public. Parking is $5 per vehicle. Reservations are not required.