9060 West Lancaster Road
Jeffersonville, OH 43128
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Spread over 0.2 acres (0.081 hectares) of land, the Jamestown Opera House is a historic Structure of the government. Well known for it's architecture, the site is said to be historic. The site not only serves as the theater, but this opera house also serves as a community village hall, fire station, post office and library.
The original construction of Cedarville Opera House dates back to 1886. After a long closure, it was restored and reopened in 1994. Listed on the Historic Preservation Commission of Cedarville, the opera house hosts literary, musical and theatrical events.
Charles Webb Murphy, who owned the Chicago Cubs during their glory years of 1906-1914, built this landmark in downtown Wilmington's historic district. Built as a monument to Murphy, this theatre boasts a thousand seats and is being restored. The stately theatre is still utilized by citizens of Clinton County when nationally-known acts grace its stage from September through May.
America's #1 historical, outdoor theatre masterfully combines horses, cannons, stunning athleticism, and flaming arrows! Backstage tours, frontier picnic dinners, a gift shop, and more are available.
Come celebrate agriculture as Clinton County honors one of the area's biggest industries with a three-day extravaganza the second weekend in September featuring antique farm machinery, all types of food made from corn, crafts, and the Corn Olympics! This is an event not to miss in Clinton County!
Known fondly at the Little Art, the Little Art Theatre has been showing some of the finest art, independent, documentary and Hollywood films for more than 50 years.
NHRA Drag-racing on the quarter mile strip and NASCAR Winston Racing Series stockcar racing on the three-quarter mile oval April through August.
Premier year round auction gallery featuring antiques, estates, collections, fine art, jewelry, collectibles, and more. They buy or sell estates, collectibles, specialty items and glassware.
The Springfield Symphony Orchestra was founded in 1943. Music Director Peter Stafford Wilson conducts 72 of the area's finest professional musicians in a six-concert subscription series and free outreach performances. The SSO
Located across Cliff Park Road, the Veteran's Park Amphitheater is a popular entertainment venue. This open-air space hosts variety of events throughout the year ranging from concerts, community events to art festivals. This otherwise serene place comes alive during gigs and dons a cheerful look.
The sprawling Health, Physical Education and Recreation Center (better known as HPER Center) covers all the sports facilities of the Wittenberg University. This includes the magnificent and multipurpose Pam Evans Smith Arena - which is used for inter-collegiate sports events and concerts, as well as the Edwards-Maurer Field and Earl F. Morris Track that serves as home fields for football, lacrosse, field hockey and soccer teams. And that's not all, as the center also comprises the Carleton Davidson Stadium, numerous state-of-the-art tennis courts and racquetball courts, swimming pool and a fitness center for the students. As the Wittenberg University is focused on the overall development of its students, the HPER Center plays a vital role to look after the sports aspect. Visit their website to know more.