Toledo Fall Festivals – Sept & Oct 2019 OH Events

Fulton County Fair - Wauseon, OH - Aug 30 to Sep 5, 2019
A fair at the Top of Ohio with attendance exceeding 250K. Food (including over 33,000 milkshakes sold last year!), concerts, rides and more!

Milan Melon Festival - Milan, OH - Aug 31 to Sep 2, 2019
Annual event for 55+ years. Parade, Melon Festival Queen and beautiful baby contests, road race, food and craft vendors, and other entertainment.

Greek American Festival - Toledo, OH - Sep 6 to Sep 8, 2019
Enjoy authentic Greek food, pastries & dancing.  Browse the Greek boutique, culture, language & religious education booths, and tour the beautiful Byzantine Cathedral.  Plus attend their free Greek language & culture presentations, and Greek cooking demonstrations.

CVMAC Oktoberfest - Bowling Green, OH - Sep 6 to Sep 8, 2019
Hosted by the Copper Village Museum and Art Center, this events features crafts, a farmers market, and a German style lunch

Tiffin-Seneca Heritage Festival - Tiffin, OH - Sep 20 to Sep 22, 2019
Family entertainment includes music, amusement rides, pageant, food, children activities and a living village of Civil War era reenactors.

Wurstkuche Oktoberfest - Perrysburg, OH - Sep 21 to Sep 21, 2019
Every Saturday in October, head on down to Wurstkuche Restaurant in Venice for an Oktoberfest celebration!

MacQueen Orchards Apple Butter Stir & Crafts Festival - Holland, OH - Oct 5 to Oct 6, 2019
Since 1982, this festival has been one of Holland’s favorite ways to celebrate the arrival of fall. Festival goers can enjoy apple picking, arts & crafts, horse drawn wagon rides, live entertainment, kids’ activities and performances, apple pie contest, BBQ and more!

Oak Harbor Apple Festival - Oak Harbor, OH - Oct 12 to Oct 13, 2019
Annual event with attendance of 25,000+. Parade, kiddie tractor pulling contest, talent show, bingo, classic car show, 5K apple run, 1 mile kid’s run, live bands and a beer tent.

Applebutter Fest - Grand Rapids, OH - Oct 13 to Oct 13, 2019
Apple butter making, juried crafts, music, food, historical re-enactments, pioneer demonstrations, antique cars/farm equipment, children’s area, live music and family fun along the Maumee River. $15 per car helps pay for operating costs.