LOGAN TOWN CENTER

WELCOME

Logan Town Center is the traditional business and residential neighborhood at the heart of the City of Logan, the county seat of Hocking County.  Logan Town Center comprises more than half of the area of the original town of Logan, platted in the summer of 1816 as a personal venture by former U.S. Senator Thomas Worthington, who was then finishing the first of two terms as Ohio's governor.  The town is said to have been named by its citizens for Chief Logan of the Mingo Indians.  Chief Logan was the author of “Logan's Lament.”

Logan was established one mile below the "great falls" of the Hockhocking River, later known as the Hocking River.  In 1840 the section of the Hocking Valley Canal passing through Logan (between the City and the Hocking River) was completed, connecting Logan through Lancaster with the Ohio Canal.  The Hocking River, once provided a vital asset for industries that extracted the region’s natural resources such as coal, sandstone, iron, timber, oil and gas.  Today, the river helps attract over 3 million visitors to the region to relax and enjoy the natural, artistic and cultural assets and rural lifestyle we have to offer visitors and residents.

Main Street and the surrounding neighborhoods continue to be the center of business, government, fine historic homes, churches, and cultural and historical destinations in the Hocking Hills region of Ohio.  Our Logan Town Center business district is anchored by the Logan - Hocking County District Library, the Hocking County Historical Museum, The Bowen House community arts and education center, and City and County government offices.  It also provides unique destinations like the Washboard Factory, and friendly locally owned shops, restaurants and family friendly activities.

For a 3-minute tour of Logan Town Center, go to this slide-show the Hocking Valley Tourism Association posted on YouTube.

Logan Town Center, Inc. is a non-profit organization committed to the economic and cultural vitality of Logan’s original town center for the enjoyment and benefit of the residents and visitors in the Hocking Hills.

With over 200,000 SF of commercial space, there are opportunities for entrepreneurs to create destinations for resident and visiting customers.  To see examples go to our Available Spaces page.

Special Thanks to these partners:


City of Logan, Hocking County, Hocking Metropolitan Housing Authority, Logan - Hocking School District, Logan - Hocking County District Library, Logan Hocking Chamber of Commerce, Hocking County Community Improvement Corporation, Hocking Hills Tourism Association, The Bowen House, Hocking County Historical Society Museum, Logan In Bloom, OSU Master Gardeners, business and property owners, and Friends of Logan Town Center.

Businesses, institutions and individuals who have joined Logan Town Center's effort to revitalize downtown Logan include:



  • Keith Conner
  • Dick Dollison
  • Don and Vera Gable
  • Fred Klingelhafer
  • Tansky Motors, Inc.
  • Christopher Veidt, Attorney
  • Sandy Wells


You or your business can help, too,
by joining Logan Town Center.
Click here for a membership form.




Upcoming Events E-Mail Sign-Up
If you would like to receive e-mail announcements
of upcoming events in downtown Logan
,
please click here
for a short form where you can enter your e-mail address.
We send out 3 or 4 e-mails a month, depending on the season.

UPCOMING EVENTS

April 2017  EVENTS
Please, call the host organization to
confirm the latest date/time/event info.



Mon., April 10 10 AM
Mommy & Me Cooking Jamboree

Logan Library is teaming up with the Hocking County Extension Office (again) to introduce children 2 - 5 to the benefits of cooking.
Four sessions will offer children the opportunity to explore how healthy meal preparation can be fun and yummy!
Space is limited and PREregistration is required.
Classes will be on Mondays starting April 10 at 10 AM.
Call Miss Katy for details or to egister.
Logan-Hocking County District Library 230 E. Main Street
(740) 385-2348



Mon., April 24 4:30 - 5:30 PM
Yoga with Ellie DelMatto

Join Ellie DelMatto and friends for a weekly yoga session. Bring your own mat. A fee of $6 is charged.
NOTE NEW DAY OF THE WEEK!
The Bowen House
Community Center for Arts and Education
196 N. Market Street

(740) 385-0344
www.bowenhouse.org



Tues., April 25 3-4:30 PM
Science with Mr. Turtle

Join Mr. Harry every Tuesday from 3 - 4:30 p.m. in the Children's Library and explore the world of science. Every age is the right age to learn!
Logan-Hocking County District Library 230 E. Main Street
(740) 385-2348



Tues., April 25 6:15-7 PM
STORY TIME AT THE LIBRARY- Get Hooked on Books!

All ages welcome!
Logan-Hocking County District Library
230 E. Main Street
(740) 385-2348


* Story Time also occurs on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 10 - 10:45 AM




Wed., April 26 2:00 PM
Swing into Spring Bonworth Fashion Show

The Scenic Hills Senior Center will present a fashion show which is free and open to the public. Events include Scarf Tying Demonstration, Senior Center Models and Light Refreshments.
Scenic Hills Senior Center
187 S. Spring Street
(740) 385-6581



Thurs., April 271 - 3 PM
Yarn Lovers Unite!

Members are invited to join at the library each week to work on various projects and share techniques and progress. Anyone who knits, croquets or sews is invited to attend. All are welcome regardless of experience and ability, as this is a chance to share and learn.
Logan-Hocking County District Library
230 E. Main Street
(740) 385-2348



Thurs., April 273-4 PM
Introduction to Technology

Weekly event on learning how to use your new tablet or e-reader or even set up an e-mail or Facebook account. (Other times available by appointment.)
Logan-Hocking County District Library
230 E. Main Street
(740) 385-2348



Thurs., April 276-7 PM
Find Your Family!

Genealogy Help is available at the local library the last Thursday of each month!
Logan-Hocking County District Library
230 E. Main Street
(740) 385-2348



Thurs., April 277 PM
Historical Society Program/Meeting

First meeting of the 2017 season will feature Nyla Vollmer, David Walker and Elise Meyers Walker presenting their new book: Carrying Coal to Columbus: Mining the Hocking Valley.
The book's history begins in 1755 with the discovery of coal deposits in the Hocking Valley region, spanning Hocking, Athens and Perry counties. The book focuses on the influence of coal, from the wealthiest coal baron to the lowest miner, the struggles and joys of local life.
Hocking County Historical Society
64 N. Culver Street
(740)385-6026




Fri., April 28 6 - 8 PM
Lil' Buds Elementary Art Show Opening Reception

Selected student works from Union Furnace Elementary; Green Elementary; Hocking Hills Elementary; Chieftain Elementary; and Central Elementary.
Regular Bowen House hours are Wednesdays-Saturdays from 2 - 5 PM.
The Bowen House
Community Center for Arts and Education
196 N. Market Street

(740) 385-0344
www.bowenhouse.org



May 2017  EVENTS
Please, call the host organization to
confirm the latest date/time/event info.



Mon., May 1 10:00 AM
Health Talk Hour

Harry Guda, MD retired will lead an informal (weekly) discussion hour.
This is done in a group session and everyone is welcome.
Logan-Hocking County District Library
230 E. Main Street
(740) 385-2348



Mon., May 1 4:30 - 5:30 PM
Yoga with Ellie DelMatto

Join Ellie DelMatto and friends for a weekly yoga session. Bring your own mat. A fee of $6 is charged.
NOTE NEW DAY OF THE WEEK!
The Bowen House
Community Center for Arts and Education
196 N. Market Street

(740) 385-0344
www.bowenhouse.org



Tues., May 2 3-4:30 PM
Science with Mr. Turtle

Join Mr. Harry every Tuesday from 3 - 4:30 p.m. in the Children's Library and explore the world of science. Every age is the right age to learn!
Logan-Hocking County District Library 230 E. Main Street
(740) 385-2348



Tues., May 2 6:15-7 PM
STORY TIME AT THE LIBRARY-

All ages welcome!
Logan-Hocking County District Library
230 E. Main Street
(740) 385-2348


* Story Time also occurs on Wednesdays and Thursdays from 10 - 10:45 AM




Tues., May 2 6 - 8:30 PM
Bowen House Coffee House

NEW Monthly event on the first Tuesday of each month. Those interested in singing, playing folk guitar, and learning new and new-to-you songs are welcome to attend the Bowen House Coffee House to join others with the same love of song. No cost, no audition, no choir, no performance. Come for the joy of singing! And perhaps a cup of coffee.
The Bowen House
Community Center for Arts and Education
196 N. Market Street

(740) 385-0344
www.bowenhouse.org



Thurs., May 41 - 3 PM
Yarn Lovers Unite!

Members are invited to join at the library each week to work on various projects and share techniques and progress. Anyone who knits, croquets or sews is invited to attend. All are welcome regardless of experience and ability, as this is a chance to share and learn.
Logan-Hocking County District Library
230 E. Main Street
(740) 385-2348



Thurs., May 43-4 PM
Introduction to Technology

Weekly event on learning how to use your new tablet or e-reader or even set up an e-mail or Facebook account. (Other times available by appointment.)
Logan-Hocking County District Library
230 E. Main Street
(740) 385-2348



Fri., May 5
Bored Games Day

Teen event in May!
Logan-Hocking County District Library 230 E. Main Street
(740) 385-2348



Mon., May 8 10:00 AM
Health Talk Hour

Harry Guda, MD retired will lead an informal (weekly) discussion hour.
This is done in a group session and everyone is welcome.
Logan-Hocking County District Library
230 E. Main Street
(740) 385-2348



Mon., May 8 6 PM
BOOK CLUB

Book Club is the second Monday of every month.
Book for discussion: Mercy Snow by Tiffany Baker.
Everyone welcome!
Logan-Hocking County District Library
230 E. Main Street
(740) 385-2348



Tues., May 9 7 PM
Hocking Valley Photography Group

Free monthly meeting of photography enthusiasts co-led by Dennis Savage and Laura Forbes Champ.
The Bowen House
Community Center for Arts and Education
196 N. Market Street

(740) 385-0344
www.bowenhouse.org



May 11 10 - Noon
Doodle Bugs Art Club

*(Doodle Bugs Art Club for Lil' Ones age 0-3 years is a FREE art club for newborns, infants and toddlers up to age 3.  Meeting the first and third Wednesdays of each month.  Participants can come anytime between 10 AM and 12 Noon.
Toddlers explore the fun of art hands-on and take home a masterpiece!  Newborns and infants will have hands and feet painted for creative keepsakes. Parents get one-on-one time with their child to watch as they learn and try new things.)
Meets twice monthly at the Hocking County Library Building
230 E. Main Street
Info: (740) 380-1315 Ext. 247

(Sponsored by the Hocking County Early Childhood Department, Help Me Grow & Early Intervention.)
(Doodle-bugs is geared toward helping children develop social and sensory skills while learning about color, texture, and experimenting with new materials.)



Thurs., May 11 4:30 PM
After School Movie

After school movies are back on the 2nd Thursday of the month. Popcorn and candy!
Gather in the Meeting Room.
Logan-Hocking County District Library
230 E. Main Street
(740) 385-2348



Fri., May 12 8:00 AM - 6 PM
Senior Center Flower Sale on the Front Lawn

Hanging Baskets, Flats and Pots, a variety of bedding plants, Assorted Flowers and Vegetables.
Grilled lunch for sale on the lawn.
Flpwers by Webb Perennials. Scenic Hills Senior Center
187 S. Spring Street
(740) 385-6581



Sat., May 1310 AM - 4 PM
Wordsmithery - a Day of Poetry, Creativity & Retreat

wordsmithery: (n) The noble work of an honest wordsmith
All skill levels welcome.
Lunch included!
With Poets Sherri Saines & Kari Gunter-Seymour
To register, call (740) 385-0344
The Bowen House
Community Center for Arts and Education
196 N. Market Street

(740) 385-0344
www.bowenhouse.org



Sat., May 13 7 PM
Appalachian Listening Room presents Andrew Adkins & Annie Neely with Jeffery Branham

Fifth Monthly Showcase concert of the 2017 season Live in the Back Room
Admission: $10.00.
Appalachian Listening Room
48 (B) W. Main Street
(740) 438-5273

(Entrance from the alley)
Information: 740.438.5273. Find Appalachian Listening Room on Facebook
Sponsored by Pianoworks and CMC Real Estate



Tues., May 16 6:30- 8:30 PM
Old Time Jam Session

Join Liz Shaw and stringed instruments students in the process of learning their art.
Monthly event
The Bowen House
Community Center for Arts and Education
196 N. Market Street

(740) 385-0344
www.bowenhouse.org



Sat., May 20 9:00 AM
2017 16th Annual Cruise In

Car/truck/motorcycle Cruise-In to Benefit Scenic Hills Senior Center.
Sponsored by the Scenic Hills Senior Center.
Registration from 9 - 11 AM. $10.
Judging starts at 11:30 AM.
Dash Plaques for First 40 Participants.
20+ Trophies and Cash Awards for Best of Show, 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place.
50/50, Raffles & Baked Goods!
Wal-Mart Food Booth benefits the Children's Miracle Network.
DJ John Judson playing the oldies/line dancing performances.
SPECIAL SPONSORS: Wal-Mart of Logan, Interim Healthcare of Logan
LOCATION: WALMART PARKING LOT
Info: (740) 385-6581

e-mail: lkemper@co.hocking.oh.us



Sat., May 20 7 PM
Appalachian Listening Room presents The Bob Dylan 76th Birthday Tribute Show

Performers include Don Baker, Bill Mullins, Craig S. Heath, Chuck Oney, Jeff Branham, Don Nelson, and Bruce Bowens.
Live in the Back Room
Admission: $10.00.
Appalachian Listening Room
48 (B) W. Main Street
(740) 438-5273

Information: 740.438.5273. Find Appalachian Listening Room on Facebook
Sponsored by Pianoworks and CMC Real Estate



Sun., May 21 2:00 PM
Senior Chorus Spring Concert

The Scenic Hills Senior Chorus will present a program of favorite songs selected by the chorus members.
Punch and cookies following the reception. Concert is free - donations are welcome! Scenic Hills Senior Center
187 S. Spring Street
(740) 385-6581



Wed. May 24 10 - Noon
Doodle Bugs Art Club

*(Doodle Bugs Art Club for Lil' Ones age 0-3 years is a FREE art club for newborns, infants and toddlers up to age 3.  Meeting the first and third Wednesdays of each month.  Participants can come anytime between 10 AM and 12 Noon.
Toddlers explore the fun of art hands-on and take home a masterpiece!  Newborns and infants will have hands and feet painted for creative keepsakes. Parents get one-on-one time with their child to watch as they learn and try new things.)
Meets twice monthly at the Hocking County Library Building
230 E. Main Street
Info: (740) 380-1315 Ext. 247

(Sponsored by the Hocking County Early Childhood Department, Help Me Grow & Early Intervention.)
(Doodle-bugs is geared toward helping children develop social and sensory skills while learning about color, texture, and experimenting with new materials.)



Sat., May 27 11 AM - 2 PM
Logan High School Alumni Day

Annual event on the Bowen House lawn. Guests will enjoy the Women at Work art show featuring local women's artistic talent.
The Logan High School Jazz Band will perform under the direction of Jeff North.
A "by suggested donation" lunch will feature Logan's favorites such as Shake Shoppe Stuffed Shirt, B & E Coney Dogs, Schmitter's brownies; Walsh cookies; and a new Hocking County addition.
Wine tasting with Hocking Hills Winery.
For more information, contact the Bowen House or visit the website.
The Bowen House
Community Center for Arts and Education
196 N. Market Street

(740) 385-0344
www.bowenhouse.org



June 2017  EVENTS
Please, call the host organization to
confirm the latest date/time/event info.



Fri, June 27 PM
Music in the Park 2017 Season - Opening Night!

Cedar Hill Boys open the Park season with bluegrass music.
Bring lawn chairs or blankets as park seating is limited.
Concerts generally proceed rain or shine except in the event of dangerous conditions.
Food and beverages are available in the park courtesy of the Hocking Hills Inspire Shelter volunteers - by donation - or bring your own picnic basket!
Alcohol and smoking prohibited.
Some evenings will include a pre-concert set at 6:30 PM so come early!
Concerts are free but depend on donations by park patrons to keep the program going from year to year!
At the Gazebo in Worthington Park, corner of Main and Market Streets in Logan's Town Center.



Mon., June 5, 12, 19 & 26
Discover the Art of Watercolor

Sessions are 10 AM - Noon in the Art in the Alley space.
A four week series of classes for artists at all levels. Participants will discover watercolor techniques under the talented guidance of instructor Lisa Schorr.
Cost for full four weeks: $60 for the general public or $54 for 2017 Bowen House members.
Cost of individual sessions: $20 for the general public and $18 for BH members.
Cost includes instruction, supplies, and light refreshments.
Class is limited to ten participants. Send check and registration form to the Bowen House or drop off during open hours (Wed-Sat from 2 - 5 PM) Info: (740) 385-0344.
The Bowen House
Community Center for Arts and Education
196 N. Market Street

(740) 385-0344
www.bowenhouse.org



Fri, June 97 PM
Music in the Park 2017 - featuring the Country Jubilee Band

The Country Jubilee Band brings classic and some newer country music to the park and an occasional gospel number. Fronted by Audie Wykle on lead guitar and vocals, the band consists of 10-12 singers and performers.
Bring lawn chairs or blankets as park seating is limited.
Concerts generally proceed rain or shine except in the event of dangerous conditions.
Food and beverages are available in the park courtesy of the Hocking Hills Inspire Shelter volunteers - by donation - or bring your own picnic basket!
Alcohol and smoking prohibited.
Some evenings will include a pre-concert set at 6:30 PM so come early!
Concerts are free but depend on donations by park patrons to keep the program going from year to year!
At the Gazebo in Worthington Park, corner of Main and Market Streets in Logan's Town Center.



June 15 - 17
Annual Washboard Music Festival

More Info to Follow! Visit the website at www.washboardmusicfestival.com



Fri, June 237 PM
Music in the Park 2017 - featuring the Full Circle Band

Full Circle brings a mix of 60's, 70's and 80's Classic Rock hits with a little Country added in.
Members include Jeff Angle, Tom Larimer, Jean Angle Crawford and Rick Riddlebarger.
Bring lawn chairs or blankets as park seating is limited.
Concerts generally proceed rain or shine except in the event of dangerous conditions.
Food and beverages are available in the park courtesy of the Hocking Hills Inspire Shelter volunteers - by donation - or bring your own picnic basket!
Alcohol and smoking prohibited.
Some evenings will include a pre-concert set at 6:30 PM so come early!
Concerts are free but depend on donations by park patrons to keep the program going from year to year!
At the Gazebo in Worthington Park, corner of Main and Market Streets in Logan's Town Center.



Fri, June 307 PM
Music in the Park 2017 - featuring Hickory Wind

Returning to his home town, Dean Inboden with wife Dee and additional band members return to the park with a wide selection of Top 40 country, jazz, and pop tunes.
Bring lawn chairs or blankets as park seating is limited.
Concerts generally proceed rain or shine except in the event of dangerous conditions.
Food and beverages are available in the park courtesy of the Hocking Hills Inspire Shelter volunteers - by donation - or bring your own picnic basket!
Alcohol and smoking prohibited.
Some evenings will include a pre-concert set at 6:30 PM so come early!
Concerts are free but depend on donations by park patrons to keep the program going from year to year!
At the Gazebo in Worthington Park, corner of Main and Market Streets in Logan's Town Center.



July 2017  EVENTS
Please, call the host organization to
confirm the latest date/time/event info.



Saturday, July 14 PM
Rib Ruckus - Backyard BBQ & Car Show

Downtown Logan - Free Admission.
Gate to Gate 5 K AT 8 AM
Car show; food; kid zone; featured entertainment at 6 PM: 7 Bridges, the Ultimate Eagles experience!
Sponsored by the Logan Daily News
Logan's Town Center Intersection of Market and Main Streets
For info, visit LOGANDAILY.COM/EVENTS



Tuesday, July 4dusk
Logan Independence Day Celebration

Fabulous fireworks at the fairgrounds at dusk!
Hocking County Fairgrounds
Homer Avenue



Fri, July 77 PM
Music in the Park 2017 - featuring the New Jeans Band

New Jeans Band brings classic rock and roll and country tunes to the park. Personnel include Tim Travis, Kathy Mara,Jeff Hunter & Frank West.
Bring lawn chairs or blankets as park seating is limited.
Concerts generally proceed rain or shine except in the event of dangerous conditions.
Food and beverages are available in the park courtesy of the Hocking Hills Inspire Shelter volunteers - by donation - or bring your own picnic basket!
Alcohol and smoking prohibited.
Some evenings will include a pre-concert set at 6:30 PM so come early!
Concerts are free but depend on donations by park patrons to keep the program going from year to year!
At the Gazebo in Worthington Park, corner of Main and Market Streets in Logan's Town Center.



Fri, July 147 PM
Music in the Park 2017 - featuring Hocking Valley Bluegrass

Returning to the park several years in a row, this popular local band is a staple in bluegrass music in Hocking County!
Bring lawn chairs or blankets as park seating is limited.
Concerts generally proceed rain or shine except in the event of dangerous conditions.
Food and beverages are available in the park courtesy of the Hocking Hills Inspire Shelter volunteers - by donation - or bring your own picnic basket!
Alcohol and smoking prohibited.
Some evenings will include a pre-concert set at 6:30 PM so come early!
Concerts are free but depend on donations by park patrons to keep the program going from year to year!
At the Gazebo in Worthington Park, corner of Main and Market Streets in Logan's Town Center.



Fri, July 217 PM
Music in the Park 2017 - featuring Open Rail Bluegrass

Open Rail is a fresh, new bluegrass band based in Gallipolis Ohio. Band members are Don Titus, Shane Lail, John Cardwell, and Brian Ison.
Bring lawn chairs or blankets as park seating is limited.
Concerts generally proceed rain or shine except in the event of dangerous conditions.
Food and beverages are available in the park courtesy of the Hocking Hills Inspire Shelter volunteers - by donation - or bring your own picnic basket!
Alcohol and smoking prohibited.
Some evenings will include a pre-concert set at 6:30 PM so come early!
Concerts are free but depend on donations by park patrons to keep the program going from year to year!
At the Gazebo in Worthington Park, corner of Main and Market Streets in Logan's Town Center.



Sat., July 22
Singer-musician Lisa Bialis in Concert on the Bowen House Lawn

The Bowen House
Community Center for Arts and Education
196 N. Market Street

(740) 385-0344
www.bowenhouse.org



Fri, July 287 PM
Music in the Park 2017 - featuring Saving Grace Gospel

Bring lawn chairs or blankets as park seating is limited.
Concerts generally proceed rain or shine except in the event of dangerous conditions.
Food and beverages are available in the park courtesy of the Hocking Hills Inspire Shelter volunteers - by donation - or bring your own picnic basket!
Alcohol and smoking prohibited.
Some evenings will include a pre-concert set at 6:30 PM so come early!
Concerts are free but depend on donations by park patrons to keep the program going from year to year!
At the Gazebo in Worthington Park, corner of Main and Market Streets in Logan's Town Center.



August 2017  EVENTS
Please, call the host organization to
confirm the latest date/time/event info.



Fri, Aug. 47 PM
Music in the Park 2017 - featuring Persuaded Southern Gospel

Persuaded returns to the park singing Southern Gospel music. Trio consists of Andy Good, Rob Brunk, and Tim Ooten. Bring lawn chairs or blankets as park seating is limited.
Concerts generally proceed rain or shine except in the event of dangerous conditions.
Food and beverages are available in the park courtesy of the Hocking Hills Inspire Shelter volunteers - by donation - or bring your own picnic basket!
Alcohol and smoking prohibited.
Some evenings will include a pre-concert set at 6:30 PM so come early!
Concerts are free but depend on donations by park patrons to keep the program going from year to year!
At the Gazebo in Worthington Park, corner of Main and Market Streets in Logan's Town Center.



Fri, Aug. 117 PM
Music in the Park 2017 - featuring Three Chords & A Beer

Classic rock band making its first appearance in the park. Band includes Doug Wenger, Mark Shaw, Nick Delmatto,Calvin Price, Dutch Junge, and Jay Folickman.
Bring lawn chairs or blankets as park seating is limited.
Concerts generally proceed rain or shine except in the event of dangerous conditions.
Food and beverages are available in the park courtesy of the Hocking Hills Inspire Shelter volunteers - by donation - or bring your own picnic basket!
Alcohol and smoking prohibited.
Some evenings will include a pre-concert set at 6:30 PM so come early!
Concerts are free but depend on donations by park patrons to keep the program going from year to year!
At the Gazebo in Worthington Park, corner of Main and Market Streets in Logan's Town Center.



Sat. August 12
Concert with The Nostalgics

Enjoy the sounds of the big band era on the Bowen House lawn.
The Bowen House
Community Center for Arts and Education
196 N. Market Street

(740) 385-0344
www.bowenhouse.org



Fri, Aug. 187 PM
Music in the Park 2017 - featuring Mike Sigler & the Nashville North Band

Mike Sigler and the Nashville North Band return to the park with an evening of classic country and gospel music.
This is the last concert for the 2017 season.
Bring lawn chairs or blankets as park seating is limited.
Concerts generally proceed rain or shine except in the event of dangerous conditions.
Food and beverages are available in the park courtesy of the Hocking Hills Inspire Shelter volunteers - by donation - or bring your own picnic basket!
Alcohol and smoking prohibited.
Some evenings will include a pre-concert set at 6:30 PM so come early!
Concerts are free but depend on donations by park patrons to keep the program going from year to year!
At the Gazebo in Worthington Park, corner of Main and Market Streets in Logan's Town Center.



September 2017  EVENTS
Please, call the host organization to
confirm the latest date/time/event info.



September 11 - 16
Hocking County Fair

Lots of live music, grandstand events, fair food and rides, arts and crafts, horticulture; 4-H and Grange Exhibits and much more.
Hocking County Fairgrounds
Homer Avenue



October 2017  EVENTS
Please, call the host organization to
confirm the latest date/time/event info.



November 2017  EVENTS
Please, call the host organization to
confirm the latest date/time/event info.



December 2017  EVENTS
Please, call the host organization to
confirm the latest date/time/event info.



Saturday, Dec. 2
Logan Santa Parade

Floats, equestrian entries, twrillers, bands, and more - all culminating in the arrival of Santa Claus!
Parade begins at the Fairgrounds, traveling west on Main Street, ending at the Hocking Mall.
Sponsored by the Logan-Hocking Chamber of Commerce





ONGOING EVENTS

Tours of The Columbus Washboard Company,  Museum and Gift Shop.

Summer hours are 9 am - 4 pm Monday through Friday and 11 am - 2 pm on Saturday.*   Guided tours are offered daily.  Established 1895, the Columbus Washboard Company is the last U.S. manufacturer of washboards and distributer of fine home and bath products.  Gift shop features washboards, memorabilia and a new line of vintage soaps.  Reception area within the Museum and Gift Shop offers a WiFi hotspot, along with snacks and beverages, for a place to relax and take care of business.
Columbus Washboard Company
Factory and Distribution Center:
14 Gallagher Avenue
(740) 380-3828
e-mail:  info@columbuswashboard.com
Winter hours:  9 am - 3 pm Monday through Friday; closed on Saturday.
Summer hours begin in May when the Company will be open from 8 am -4 pm weekdays and from 11 am - 2 pm on Saturday.


“Hocking County Historical Museum Summer Exhibits and Hours

New exhibits upstairs in the main building include a Replica of a one-room schoolhouse, a sewing circle, and a toyshop area. Watch for the surprise exhibit in the front yard!  Beginning April 10, Museum hours are 1-4 PM Friday and Saturday, through October.
Hocking County Historical Society
64 N. Culver St.
(740) 385-6026


The Bowen House Community Center for Arts and Education

This wonderful 1800's historic home is available for viewing during the week from 2-5  pm Wednesday through  Saturday. The house is closed Sunday through Tuesday.  Each month features a new exhibit.  The house is located at 196 N. Market Street.  Information:  (740) 385-0344  Visit the website at www.bowenhouse.org for information about the house, on-going classes, etc.



ANNUAL EVENTS

January:
Logan Frozen Festival
Saturday, January 20th, 2018

June:
Washboard Music Festival
Thursday, June 15th to Saturday, June 17th, 2017