Springboro Ohio Events

The city of Hubertushöhe has started its annual Star-Spangled Banner Festival with a few, so that social distancing continues to be the top priority.

The accompanying festival in Shawnee Park will take place on Saturday, April 8, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the park in front of the Ohio State Capitol.

The procession is scheduled to begin at 10 a.m., and the band will perform at 9 p.m. Spectators can stay at the Warren County Fairgrounds until midnight to watch - and begin - the fireworks. Fireworks are scheduled to be set off at 11.30pm in the Cloud Park, with the start of the fireworks around 10pm. Visit the Boonshoft Museum of Discovery website for more information about the festival and a full schedule of events and activities.

The tour is scheduled to begin at 9.30 a.m. at the Boonshoft Museum of Discovery, and information on the time frame and viewing times can be found on the museum's website.

The new incentive package allows contract employees to earn 60 days of perfect attendance one day at a time. Working days from 8 am to 5 pm, Monday to Friday and Saturday and Sunday from 9 am to 6 pm. BelFlex will manage the hiring process once applications are accepted and processed, according to the company's website.

The fountain next to Lincoln Park, which takes place every Sunday morning, offers a variety of activities for children and families, including a children's playground and playground. In 2012, seniors can dine Tuesdays and Fridays for $2 and Fridays for $5, discover popular regional artists, and dine at special events.

In addition to scavenger hunting, the Boonshoft Museum also offers a special offer for children and families with a free children's art exhibition. The fireworks show starts at 10pm and participants are asked to socially dissociate themselves from a designated parking lot while watching the show. Fireworks coordinated by Enon VFW 8437 will begin at 6: 30 p.m. at VDF, 5075 Enons Xenia Road. Fireworks begin in the parking lot of the US Army Corps of Engineers building on the west side of the city.

Organisers recommend that people wear face coverings and maintain a social distance of at least 1.50 metres if they want to take part. To ensure that parade participants do their part to ensure the safety of spectators, they are prohibited from distributing literature to passers-by or bringing farm animals.

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If you would like to add your own home photos to the calendar, please contact your local publisher. On Saturday, July 4, the concerts will begin at 4.30 p.m. in Cloud Park, where fireworks and fireworks will be held on July 4. As for the food trucks making their way into the park, we'll highlight some of the best food options available at the event, as well as some of our favorite local vendors.

Admission is free, but the first 250 participants who register and complete the scavenger hunt will receive two free tickets to the museum. After the hunt, the remaining participants can play for prizes, including prizes for purchases at the museum's gift shop. No matter where you go, you can still play, and in addition to prizes such as a gift voucher for shopping in our museum gift shops, there are prizes for all participants.

Most of the city is located in Warren County and is on the eastern edge of Warren Township, south of Lake Erie. The historic German Village is 233 hectares (233 acres) and offers a variety of restaurants, bars, shops and restaurants within walking distance of each other.

Most of Springboro is served by the Franklin City School District, the second largest school district in Ohio, and is home to a number of high schools as well as a variety of colleges and universities. It is home to Ohio State University and the University of Pennsylvania.

The city operates the following parks in Springboro: Franklin Park, Fred E. and Marysville Parks and the City Park System. The challenges in these places include a variety of activities such as cycling, hiking, swimming, cycling, canoeing, kayaking, mountain biking and snowmobiling.

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