Could it be the missing piece of Downtown Chillicothe’s revitalization?
The Chillicothe Transit System will be experimenting with a Trolley car on loan from the Bloomberg-Harvard Innovation Track this Thursday and Friday.
In a statement on the city’s website, the trolley will make snake its way through the First Capital District from 10:30am-6:30pm Thursday and from 12:00pm-8:00pm on Friday.
Chillicothe is one of eleven cities across the country participating in the program as part of the Bloomberg-Harvard City Leadership Initiative.
There’s no fee to ride the trolley and those sharing the roadway should give the same caution and courtesy as to a regular CTS bus.
While the two-day trial may present itself as a novelty, some may remember the days street cars roamed the streets of Chillicothe. While it may be new, it’s also a bit reminiscent to the First Capital’s past.
After having no festival due to the pandemic in 2020, this year’s event will be an abbreviated festival.
In a statement on its Facebook page, the committee has chosen a conservative approach considering COVID-19 still being active. Organizers are opting for a Community Block Party on September 11 in downtown Richmond Dale instead.
“We will be having entertainment beginning in the afternoon along with a Community Yard Sale starting at 9 am and our local Church’s will be offering food” the statement added.
September 10, 11 and 12 Adena Mansion and Gardens will once again become the place to hone your skills as a rookie crime solver in an entertaining atmosphere filled with great food and a mystery. This year’s mystery, “Attempted Murder” is an all-new original production written and directed by Delmar Burkitt.
The grounds open at 5:15pm and the mystery will begin at 6:00pm. After you gather your clues, dinner will follow at approximately 7:00pm. Tickets are available at $50 per person for AMGS members and $55 for non-members. Admission includes both the mystery and the dinner. Prizes will be awarded each evening at the conclusion of the program.
According to the CDC Guidelines, fully vaccinated people no longer need to wear a mask or physically distance in any setting, except where required by federal, state, local, tribal, or territorial laws, rules and regulations, including local business and workplace guidance.
At Adena Mansion and Gardens Historic Site masks are highly encouraged for children ages 3-11 and any other unvaccinated individuals 12 and up.
COLUMBUS, Ohio- The Ohio Department of Natural Resources (ODNR) is investing in fun new features for children to enjoy at Ohio State Parks. From slides to swings, new playground equipment has been installed at ten parks.
“We want to make sure everyone, young and old, can come and find something to enjoy at Ohio State Parks,” ODNR Director Mary Mertz said. “Recently, we have been updating our nature centers and adding Storybook Trails, and now we have added additional playground equipment to keep our youngest guests happy, healthy, and active during their visits.”
Each state park received a climbing structure, slide(s), tubes or bridges, and four swings. Most of the parks also added climbing rocks to their playgrounds.
Alum Creek State Park The gear for the playgrounds was purchased from Snider Recreation, a family-owned and operated playground and recreation business based in Ohio. Division of Parks and Watercraft staff installed each of the new playgrounds for about $40,000 each. Ohio State Parks’ general fund was used to purchase the new equipment.
Ohio State Parks are open every day and are always free. Many offer a variety of activities such as boating, camping, hiking, and more. To learn more, visit ohiodnr.gov.
The ODNR Division of Parks and Watercraft provides exceptional outdoor recreation and boating opportunities by balancing outstanding customer service, education, and conservation of Ohio’s 75 state parks and waterways.