PICKAWAY – One of Pickaway Counties gem is opening up its doors and having a fall festival called, “Reliving our History.”
This will include a historical march by Ohio district Boy Scouts.
A salute to the Camp Charlotte Peace Accord
Archaeological displays with Dr. Jarrod Burks presenting.
Historical music performed by The Crossroad agents
Demonstrations of rope making, cast iron cooking, cider press demo for cider making, corn shelling, and pioneer games.
Tours of Mt. Oval will also be available, take this opportunity to take a tour of this 200 year old historical home and farm.
Mt. Oval and land surrounding it is rich with local history, including ties with the Native Americans living in the Pickaway Plains in the 18th century, and a suggested link to Thomas Jefferson. Former owner and lifetime resident of Circleville, Ohio, Mary Ruth Tolbert generously bequeathed her beloved home to the Pickaway County Historical Society in 2012.
Watch as we take a tour into this gem of Circleville:
Dont miss a opportunity to enjoy this amazing location this weekend Mt Oval is located just south of Downtown Circleville at 3601 Emerson Rd. in Circleville Ohio. Parking is Free and admission to this event is free. Tours are only a few dollars per person and some food and baked goods are there for purchase. More on the event click here: https://www.facebook.com/events/489491488542571/