'Why They Left Switzerland'
   Capture the Memories
   Belles & Brothers
   'The Stripping Room'
   Patchwork of History
   Antique Tractor Show
   Tobacco stripping contest
   1917 Chautauqua & Tea
   Cast Iron Chef
   Life Below the Water Line
   Art Tour
   One Book One Community
   Church Tour
   Genealogy Workshop
   Family Fun Night
   Rural Heritage Tour
   Class Reunion/tail gate
   Scavenger Hunt/Geo Cache Contest
   Community Birthday Celebration
Life Below the Water Line
October 4 - 5 - 6
Paul Ogle Park on the river front
      Life Below the Waterline is a traveling freshwater aquarium. The aquarium holds 2,200 gallons of water and Ohio River fish. With two 5' X10' viewing areas, this display is designed to demonstrate the diversity of life sustained by the Ohio and the improvements that have been made in water quality.

      For many years, the Ohio River Valley Water Sanitation Commission (ORSANCO) has conducted programs to educate the public about the Ohio River, one of the country’s great natural resources.


Pride in our past,
Promise in our future