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Food Market Crowd

FARMERS 

MARKET

Whether it's delicious fresh vegetables, fruits & herbs, mouth-watering home baked goods, or something pretty to display, the list is always changing at the Canal Winchester Farmers' Market. We're entering our 23rd season, and what better way to start a summer Saturday than to swing by the market where friendly vendors and neighbors alike will greet you as you shop.

As a part of a national trend, people are rediscovering the health benefits and fun of buying local independently grown produce and goods! It's important to know that your support in buying locally helps keep the authentic small market tradition alive. So take a moment to slow down, savor the sights, sounds, and tastes of an old-fashioned marketplace. The way it's been done for generations!

SATURDAYS
MAY 28TH - SEPT 28TH

SATURDAY
OCTOBER 15TH
9:00 AM TO 3:00 PM

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FOUNDERS DAY CELEBRATION

Free Family Event  - From the original days in 1811 when Henry Dove moved his family from Virginia to Canal Winchester, our town flourished in the farming industry. Various goods and social opportunities were available to the residents in town.  Stop by the Historical Complex during Founders Day to learn more about that history and different opportunities available back then. 

Vendors include: 

Carolyn Sittler (felting), Sue Teach (stained glass), Elizabeth Cook (kettle corn), Rambling Roxy (children's books), Alli Patrick (flowers), Trish Preston (farming), Cori Rowley (ax making), Sage (crochet toys), Karen Storts (textiles) Jinny Behcer (weaver), Aimee (Curly Dog Coffee), Kim Ritter (pottery), Spoonful of Elderberry, Return to Sender Paper Co, Conrad Honey, Jules Jams, Linda Miller (antiques), Kendra Ryan (primitives),  Carol Huffman (quilling), Connie Smith (seed planting), Kennard Concepts (knife making), Judy B (2nd Childhood Farm), Simple Trinity, Mike Walker & Poverty String Band

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MEMBERSHIP Matters

The Canal Winchester Area Historical Society was founded in 1975 to preserve and promote the rich history of our community.  It is a tax exempt organization.


Membership Exclusives

  • Coolest membership in Canal Winchester

  • Advance information on Historical Society events

  • Exclusive early access to certain events

  • Quarterly Newsletter which contains items of historical interest.

  • Membership Directory

Newsworthy Events

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WOSU put together a video on the trains in and around Columbus which included our very own train station.  The original version aired on November 11, 2017.

To see the full length version of this video, please select the link below:

https://video.wosu.org/video/columbus-railroad-history-sjbu0l/