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Our 3rd Annual
Plain City Heritage Days

Saturday May 19, 2012

9 a.m. - 4 p.m.


Located at:
Rt. 42 (south of Rt 161 next to
Der Dutchman 445 S Jefferson Ave.)



Experience the history of Plain City with traditional Amish food and craftsmanship. 
See the construction of quality crafted items. 
Experience the skills and hospitality that were, and still are, a way of life in Plain City.

- Shed building   - Western demonstrations
- Corn shelling & grinding
- Pulled pork BBQ contest
- Jams and jellies
  - Homemade ice cream
- Quilting exibits
- Jump horse
- Kettle korn making   - Lots of food
- Broom making
- Scroll woodworking
  - Vegetable-carving contest
- Balloon artist
- Horse-drawn wagon rides   - Open fire corn pancakes
- Homemade items   - Milking goat
- Antique farm equipment   - Vintage tractors
- Wood working display
- Face painting
  - Local food products
- Pony-drawn children's wagon rides
- Blacksmith
- Plants
  - Cinnamon rolls
- Clown ...and more!

Pulled Pork BBQ Contest! Contest Rules Entry Form

You’ll find farm animals at Plain City Heritage Days. Photo credit goes to: Bill Heinig

Horse drawn wagon rides return this year along with pony rides and Amish buggy rides.
Photo credit goes to: Bill Heinig

Beachy Barns will demonstrate their shed-building skills at Plain City Heritage Days.
Photo credit goes to: Bill Heinig

Visitors are sampling items from The Cheese House, Yutzy’s Farm Market, Dutch Kitchen and Der Dutchman.
Photo credit goes to: Kevin Lackey

To see more pictures and get the latest, visit Plain City Heritage Days on Facebook!


Beachy Barns

(614) 873-4193
(800) 238-BARN
Miller's Furniture

(614) 873-1932
(888) 456-9898


Der Dutchman
(614) 873-3414

Dutch Kitchen

(614) 873-4518

The Cheese House

(614) 873-4574
Yutzy's Farm Market

(614) 873-3815
Carlisle Gifts

(614) 873-1332