OFEA News

The Spring Meeting Announcement has been posted in the Members Only section.

The 2016 festival calendar and festival pages have been updated on the website. The 2016 OFEA brochure, which contains festival details, is also available by clicking below.

View Our 2016 Brochure

Welcome!

You have arrived at the home of the Ohio Festivals and Events Association. The Ohio Festivals and Events Association represent the finest community festivals and events throughout the state.

Looking for a member festival or event to attend? Find dates, location and other important information about a festival by visiting the Festivals and Events pages.

Looking for vendors, services, or entertainers for your festival or event? Visit the Associate Membership page.

Already a member Festival or Event. Visit the Members Only (password required) section for important announcements, meeting minutes, classifieds, registration forms and more.

To learn more about the Ohio Festivals and Events Association visit the About Us page.

Festivals or Events interested in becoming a member please visit the Become a Member page for information on the benefits of membership and how to apply.

Vendors and Entertainers interested in becoming an Associate Member can visit the Become An Associate Member page for more information.

Current and Upcoming Festivals

Geauga County Maple Festival

April 21-24, 2016

The Maple Festival is on beautiful Chardon Square and takes place the last full weekend in April celebrating the production of maple syrup. Come and see how maple syrup is made; enjoy all-you-can-eat pancakes with pure Geauga County maple syrup; or treat yourself to a maple stir! Events include 2 Grand Parades, Maple Syrup Judging/Auction, Queen's Contest, Photo Contest, Arts & Crafts, Invitational Lumberjack Competition, Sap Run, Bathtub Races, Concessions, Rides and Free Entertainment.


Pike County Dogwood Festival

April 21-24, 2016

The Pike County Dogwood Festival celebrates the "Legend of the Dogwood Tree" in beautiful and quaint Piketon, Ohio. Our festival takes place during the last full weekend in April while the Dogwood trees are in full bloom. We celebrate by promoting the history of the area while offering fellowship through our many different events such as Live Entertainment, 5K Run, Contests and much more.