These events, centered around Ohio's frontier history, are open to the public.


These events, centered around Ohio's frontier history, are open to the public.
WEDNESDAY
11 a.m.: Storytelling techniques, Daytime Youth Program at Carnegie Public Library.1 p.m.: "Life in the 18th Century." Daytime Adult Program at Museum of Ceramics.5:30 p.m.: Thompson park. Vendors open, carriage limousine, old-time photos and shuttle service from lower parking level available.6:30 p.m.: Dulci-More: Folk and traditional music.7 p.m.: John "Johnny Appleseed" Chapman.
THURSDAY
11 a.m.: "What Would You Be in the 18th Century?" Daytime Youth Program at Carnegie Public Library.1 p.m.: "The American Frontier -- Myth vs. Reality." Daytime Adult Program at Museum of Ceramics.5:30 p.m.: Thompson Park. Vendors open, carriage limousine, old-time photos and shuttle service from lower parking level available.6:30 p.m.: The Vodreys (vocalists).7 p.m.: Margaret Blennerhassett.
FRIDAY
11 a.m.: Living history. Daytime Youth Program at Carnegie Public Library.1 p.m.: "The Importance of Place." Daytime Adult Program at Museum of Ceramics.5:30 p.m.: Thompson Park. Vendors open, carriage limousine, old-time photos and shuttle service from lower parking level available.6:30 p.m.: The Dulcimer Players of the Upper Ohio Valley.7 p.m.: Simon Kenton.
SATURDAY
Noon: Thompson park. Vendors open, carriage limousine, old-time photos and shuttle service from lower parking level available, several other activities planned.1:30 p.m.: Square dance/blue grass music.2 p.m.: Mary Draper Ingles, interpreted session for the hearing impaired.4 p.m.: "American Indians of Ohio." Adult Programs at Thompson Park.6:30 p.m.: John Calhoun (vocalist).7 p.m.: Chief John Logan.
Source: East Liverpool Chamber of Commerce

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