Please check the SPECIAL listings for more events

Garden of Roses of Legend & Romance, through mid-August. Hosta and Prairie Plants in the 88-acre Secrest Arboretum. Open during daylight hours OARDC. 330-263-3700.


Ford Tri-Motor Tour

Chapter 846 of the Experimental Aircraft Association will be hosting a very special event at the Wayne County Airport. A Ford Tri-Motor will give passengers the opportunity to travel back to the early days of commercial air travel. Book your spot on the historic "Tin Goose" through a secure flight-reservations system at www.flytheford.org, EAA's Tri-Motor tour website or call -1800-843-3612.

Wayne County Airport, 6020 N. Honeytown Road, Smithville 800-843-3612 www.flytheford.org

Creston Community Yard Sale

Days set aside for the entire village to participate in an annual yard sale. Your trash is someone else's treasure! Creston Village 8 AM-5 PM 330-435-6021 www.crestonvillage.org

New Pittsburg Lions Club Fish Fry

Fish Fry benefits the Lions Community Park. New Pittsburg Lions Park 5 PM-7 PM

Music & Rib Fest

Big name entertainment. Ticket information online. Wayne County Fairgrounds 330-262-8001 www.waynecountyfairohio.com

Cowboy Mounted Shooting

Watch these cowboys compete in timed shooting matches on horseback. Family-oriented club with members in wild west outfits. Wayne County Fairgrounds 10 AM 614-905-2008 www.nooutlaws.com

Shreve Village-Wide Garage Sales

Over 100 sales in and around the village including businesses and a chicken BBQ at the Firehouse. Village of Shreve www.shreveohio.com

Kids' Day

Lots of kids' activities, animals, games, music and displays. Wayne County Library Downtown 1-4 PM 330-262-6222 www.mainstreetwooster.org

Kiwanis Strawberry Social

Strawberry Shortcake and ice cream, coffee and punch. Christmas Run Park 4:30 -8:30 PM

The Eyes of Freedom, The Lima Company Memorial

A memorial to the Marines lost at the deadliest roadside bombing of the Iraq war. The paitings depict the 23 fallen Marines from Lima 3/25, but the memorial has become a remembrance of spirit and choice for all who have answered the call of service.

Wayne County Fairgrounds www.limacompanymemorial.org

The Eyes of Freedom

Opening ceremony June 11 at 9AM. A memorial to the fallen of Lima Company.

Wayne County Fairgrounds

Whiz Bang! Science Show

Have fun while learning about science. Dr. Dave Lohnes, OARDC's popular Whiz-bang Scientist, will encourage children to learn about science and will enrich the natural world experience. Free family fun. John Streeter Garden Amphitheater, Secrest Arboret 7 PM 740-485-0129 http://secrest.osu.edu

Ladies' Night Out

Join us for a fun night of activities for women of all ages. Downtown Wooster 5-8 PM 330-262-6222 www.mainstreetwooster.org

American Cancer Society Relay for Life Wooster

Overnight fundraiser event benefitting cancer research, celebrating survivorship and remembering those who lost the battle. Wooster High School Fri 7 PM to Sat 1 PM 330-577-8773 www.relayforlife.org/wooster

Cowboy Mounted Shooting Regionals

Watch these cowboys compete in timed shooting matches on horseback. Family-oriented club with members in wild west outfits. Wayne County Fairgrounds 10 AM 614-905-2008 www.nooutlaws.com

Dalton Community Historical Society Strawberry Festival

Fresh strawberries, ice cream, sandwiches and live musical entertainment. Dalton Memorial Park, South Mill Street, Dalton 4:30-7 PM

Guided Bird Walk

Members of the Greater Mohican Audubon Society accompany bird watchers of all skill levels scouting dozens of birds found in the arboretum. Please dress for the weather. Seaman Orientation Plaza-Secrest Arboretum 9 AM http://secrest.osu.edu

Ohio Light Opera Opening Night Gala

Freedlander Theatre Following 7:30 PM performance, 330-263-2345 www.ohiolightopera.org

Every Woman's House Garden Tour 2015

Benefit tour presented by Friends & Neighbors of Every Woman's House. Tickets are available at Buehler's in Wooster, Orrville and Wadsworth, Deborah's Garden Market in Wooster or online at www.everywomanshouse.org. Featuring 6 distinctive gardens plus 3 gardening seminars. Each garden is unique, visit a certified wildlife habitat, organic bee and butterfly gardens, trails in the woods, a lake with swans, pond with waterfall, repurposed items, volunteer veggie garden and beautiful views.

TBA 10 AM-5 PM 330-264-8498 www.everywomanshouse.org

Perennial Party

Informative talks on butterfly and hummingbird gardens. See website for times. Refreshments, and special sales. Deborah's Garden Market Sat 8 AM-6 PM, Sun 10 AM-6 PM 330-601-1027 www.deborahsgardenmarket.com

Quailcrest Farm Spring Garden Fair

Over 45 garden-related artists and craftsmen, food and music set in the beautiful Quailcrest Gardens! Quailcrest Farm 10 AM-5 PM 330-345-6722 www.quailcrest.com

Music on Market: Phil Keaggy, guitarist

Guitarist with a solo career spanning 30 years and over 50 solo albums. Wooster United Methodist Church 7 PM 330-262-5641 www.facebook.com/pages/Music-on-Market/168072076684166

Secrest AfterHours

Stop in after work for a brief presentation or tour, followed by hors d'oeuvres and social time. Secrest Arboretum, OARDC-Miller Pavilion 5 PM 740-485-0129 http://secrest.osu.edu


Classic cars and street rods line the streets of historic Downtown Wooster. Live music and food vendors. Downtown Wooster 7-9:30 PM 330-262-6222 www.mainstreetwooster.org

5 Alarm Orrville Firefighters Fast Pitch Tournament

Proceeds go directly to fund the Annual 4th of July Fireworks display. Orr Park 330-684-5051 www.orrville.com

Smithville Community Historical Society Open House

Mishler Weaving Mill, Village Blacksmith, Sheller House, Carriage Barn and Pioneer Log Cabin open for tours. Located along Main Street in Smithville. Only Mishler Mill and Reception Center are handicapped accessible. Smithville Historical Society & Mishler Mill 1:30-4 PM 330-669-9308 www.rootsweb.com/~ohschs/index.html

Wooster Urban Adventure Challenge

A team race that is part physical and part mental. Teams of 2 to 3 participants move by foot and bike through the city performing challenges at checkpoints. TBA 8 AM 330-234-4194 www.woosterurbanadventure.org

Buckin' Ohio Rodeo & Western Experience

Join Buckin' Ohio for a real Western Experience-fun for the whole family. See website for times and events. 8154 Garman Rd., Burbank 4 PM 330-624-7205 www.buckinohio.com

CANCELLED - US Army Field Band Concert - CANCELLED

Downtown Wooster 7-8:30 PM 330-262-6222 www.mainstreetwooster.org

Sounds of Downtown

Spend a relaxing evening in Downtown Wooster listening to street musicians. Downtown Wooster 6-8 PM 330-262-6222 www.mainstreetwooster.org

West Salem Town & Country Firefighters Festival

Fun for the family. Inflatables, food vendors, games, firgo game, and live music. School Campus, Fri 5-11 PM, Sat 10 AM-11 PM 419-853-4022

Strawberry Jelly - Jamboree

Strawberry desserts, lunch specials, live music, caricatures, kids activities, meet Slider from noon to 1PM and also meet the Pillsbury Doughboy. Local businesses will be showcased.

The JM Smucker Company Store and Cafe 11 AM - 4 PM 330-684-1500 www.smuckercompanystore.com

Marshallville Antique Tractor Pull

One of the oldest pulls in the area. Marshallville Park 1 PM 330-855-2212

Paint Twp./Mt. Eaton Firemen's Festival & Fireworks

Chicken BBQ, music, and games. Fireworks at 10:15 PM School Grounds 4 PM 330-465-8610

ARRL (Ham Radio) Field Day

Annual testing of emergency radio communications. Wooster Memorial Park 2 PM-2 PM 330-262-9321 www.w8woo.org

Orrville Firefighters Independence Day Celebration

See our website for a full list of festival events and times. Orr Park, Orrville Parade 6/30 7 PM. Fireworks 7/4 10:15 PM 330-684-5051 www.orrville.com