The Friends of Washington-Centerville Public Library and Centerville-Washington History, in partnership with the City of Centerville, the Heart of Centerville | Washington Township (HOCWT), Town Hall Theatre, and Washington Township invite you on a haunted history walk through Uptown Centerville. The Ghost Walk on Main, with updated routes and new reenactments, is sure to be spooktacular fun! Tour groups will be led by a storyteller guide. Learn and be entertained by local history, hear spooky stories, and enjoy refreshments and drinks compliments of HOCWT businesses. This is a 1.8 mile walking tour so make sure you wear comfortable shoes. Participants must be age 21 or older.
Proceeds from this event benefit Friends of Washington-Centerville Public Library, Centerville-Washington History, and a named charity by HOCWT. The ticket price is tax deductible under 501(c)(3). Retain your receipt for tax purposes.
|Date:||Thursday, October 14, 2021 (RAIN OR SHINE)
5:10 (Sold Out)
5:30 (Sold Out)
5:50 (Sold Out)
6:10 (Sold Out)
6:30 (Sold Out)
*Please check in 10 minutes prior to tour time and allow time before tour to shop, sip and snack.
|Start & End Location:||Benham's Grove, 166 N. Main Street.|
THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT!
Special thanks to these HOCWT businesses for their support of the 2021 Ghost Walk on Main:
Parking at Benham's Grove.
The Friends of Washington-Centerville Public Library assist the Library with general advocacy and raise funds for specific, short-term projects. The group hosts book sales, plans and implements fundraising events and provides volunteers for some Library-sponsored events.
Centerville-Washington History was founded in 1966 as the Centerville Historical Society. The Society’s mission is to connect the community to its heritage by collecting, preserving, interpreting, and promoting the history of our local area.
Heart of Centerville & Washington Township (HOCWT) is an alliance of over 100 retail, entertainment, philanthropic, and professional services working together to strengthen and grow our community. We provide a network of businesses that support the Centerville and Washington Township areas through our welcoming, innovative, and spirited environment. Join us by supporting your local businesses!
The City of Centerville was founded in 1796 and is now home to nearly 24,000 residents. Uptown Centerville located near Main Street (State Route 48) and Franklin Street (State Route 725) reflects the "Main Street" downtown era that shaped American towns and cities in the early 1900s.
Washington Township is the fourth largest Township in Ohio and home to over 61,000 residents. The historic Town Hall located on Main Street was originally the official building for township trustee meetings. Now, it is the home to a vibrant children's theatre and helps reflect the mission of the township to continue buidling toward the future.
The historic Town Hall Theatre stage is home to high-quality, year-round theatre opportunities for young people and their families. Theatre productions are created for young audiences and performed by young people and adults. The theatre also offers acting classes and performing arts camps.