Written By Kristian at OhioFestivals.net
Although festivals drop in number in November, you should know that craft fairs, bazaars and holidays shows are going on all over the place. That’s why I’m also listing Fall and Holiday festival-like events on a separate schedule here – http://ohiofestivals.net/2015holidaylist/
But if you’re strictly looking for fests this month, here are a that you may or may not know about…
Warther’s Auxiliary Hospital Christmas Tree Show
Warther’s Auxiliary Hospital Christmas Tree Show – Saturday, November 14 – Sunday, November 22, 2015 – Dover: Since this tree festival takes place at Warther’s, you get to also take advantage of all the fantastic train carvings and displays. There is an admission and there are no funnel cakes (or any food really). But, if you’re lucky, they’ll have some cookies out.
Read my 2010 Review at http://ohiofestivals.net/93-warthers-christmas-tree-festival-dover-november-13-2010/
Art and Jewish Food Festival
Art and Jewish Food Festival – Sunday, November 15, 2015 – Akron: Located at Temple Israel, this festival offers the possibility to shop among the works of some great local artists as well as eat such delicious foods as kugel, challah, corned beef sandwiches and chopped liver (a favorite of mine).
Read my 2014 Review at http://ohiofestivals.net/art-and-jewish-food-festival-akron/
Festival of Trees
Festival of Trees – Friday, November 20, 2015 – Sunday, November 22 – Wooster: Christmas trees decorate both floors of the Red Cross building with some cookie/coffee refreshments and Christmas music playing in the background. Meanwhile, in downtown Wooster, there are decorated businesses, reindeer, Santa, horse-drawn wagon rides.
Read my 2013 Review at http://ohiofestivals.net/festival-of-trees-wooster/
Holiday Tree Festival
Holiday Tree Festival – Saturday, November 21 – Sunday, November 29, 2015 – Akron: This tree festival has over 200 decorated trees and displays to check out. It also has an activity area for kids, Santa Claus, musical entertainment and concessions. Plus it’s free! Who doesn’t love that?
Read my 2010 Review at http://ohiofestivals.net/96-holiday-tree-festival-akron-november-21-2010/
Winterfest – Saturday, November 28, 2015 – Cleveland: This year’s holiday lighting takes place primarily at Playhouse Square, where there will be a Winterfest Village with food trucks, holiday theatrical performances, festival trees in Allen Theatre, and more. And since there are plenty of events going on around downtown Cleveland at the same time, I’ll include my 2010 Review to help you know what to keep your eyes peeled for – http://ohiofestivals.net/97-winterfest-cleveland-november-27-2010/
I hope you are able to check out some of these great Ohio festivals. For more festivals in this area and throughout Ohio, please look at my Festival Schedule Page
|Kristian Campana is the creator and writer of OhioFestivals.net, a blog where he has documented over 350 festivals in Ohio since 2009. He resides in Oberlin with his wife Julia and their 3 year old son Max, who will most likely become a funnel cakejunkie. Be sure to Like Ohio Festivals on Facebook for all your festival needs!|