You've come to the right place. Athens County is known for an exciting music and eclectic arts scene. From festivals large and small, from theater productions to hot bands in a cozy pub, there's plenty of fun to go around.
Easy to find and called one of the nation's best markets by Audubon Magazine, the Athens Farmers Market is a mustn't miss attraction! Find fresh vegetables, mouth-watering fruits, meats, poultry, eggs, cheeses, herbs, baked goods, fresh flowers, teas, and more.
Athens County's micro-winery is situated in Southeast Ohio's Appalachian foothills. Shade Winery is actively reviving old traditions and striving to create new ones. Established in 2004, Shade Winery is dedicated to emphasizing local or organically grown ingredients whenever possible.
A curated exhibition at the Dairy Barn Arts Center featuring more than 40 notable painters of yesterday and today living, working, or studying in Athens.
Ohio historian Cyrus Moore III will explore the origins of the Ohio Volunteer Militia, which was later renamed the Ohio National Guard.
The Columbus Road Flea Market will be located behind the Athens Antique Mall at 180 Columbus Road.
March's Art in the Library features discoveries. Adam Linder's landscape paintings will be in the circulation area; Dana Dieterle's Athens Middle School art students' Emoticon paintings in the small meeting room, and face masks in the display cases.
Learn about the many benefits of rain barrels, their proper installation and care. Participants are asked to pre-register and pay a $45 fee to cover the cost of a rain barrel that they will assembly to take home ready to use.