Holiday Tradition in Coshocton County

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Discover a more traditional holiday without all the hustle and bustle this December in Coshocton and Historic Roscoe Village.  Find out what Christmas was like in the 1800s. Enjoy a drive-it-yourself live nativity. Experience an old-fashioned candlelighting ceremony. Rejoice in a choir concert featuring over 200 musicians. And find special gifts in the charming shops of Historic Roscoe Village.

Holiday shopping in Coshocton and Roscoe Village is a joyful experience with unique shops, unusual gifts, no hectic traffic, and free parking.  Find gifts for everyone on the list, including Ohio-made items at Ohio State of Mind; old-fashioned candy at Roscoe Village Sweets & Treats; hand-made wares at the Roscoe Village Visitors Center, unique crafts and gifts at The Gift Depot, Cottage Gate, and Caldersburg Trading Company; locally-made US Flags at the Annin Flagmakers Showroom; outdoor and hunting supplies at Woodbury Outfitters; unique jewelry at the House of GA. Fisher Jewelers and at Dean’s Jewelry; and award-winning cheeses at Pearl Valley Cheese.

Find fine guitars and dulcimers at Wildwood Music; affordable antiques at The Coshocton Antique Mall and at C & M Collectibles; locally-crafted goods at Commonwealth Americana; fascinating gifts at the Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum Gift Shop; locally-made wines; Vera Bradley items and wine making supplies at Canal Cargo; homemade fudge at the Roscoe General Store; gourmet foods and unusual gifts at Medbery Marketplace and Unusual Junction; handmade leather items at River Ridge Leather; and many more unique options to choose from throughout the community.

The Three Rivers Wine Trail offers visitors unique locations and delicious wines, all within a short drive of each other. Some even have guest house, lodge or bed & breakfast on site, including Rainbow Hills Winery, Heritage Vineyard Winery and Indian Bear Winery. Any of these destinations provide the perfect setting for a cozy winter getaway.

Roscoe Village hosts their annual Christmas Candlelighting Ceremonies on Saturdays, December 3, 10 & 17, 2016. This family-friendly event features traditional music, sparkling tree and a true sense of community and holiday spirit. Following the ceremony, guests will enjoy the Roscoe Christmas Tour, led by guides carrying candle-lit lanterns, sharing stories of long ago.

There are also many festivals and events coming up this season including the Coshocton Community Choir Christmas Festival Concert on December 4 and the drive-through Live Nativity experience on December 9, 10 & 11 at the Coshocton Christian Tabernacle.

A live theater production of Jacob Marley’s Christmas Carol also takes place at the Triple Locks Theater the first three weekends of December. The Johnson-Humrickhouse Museum, home of the famous Newark Holy Stones, has a special exhibit through December 31, commemorating the 100th Anniversary of World War I.

Looking ahead into 2017, enjoy the Sweetheart Big Band Dance and the Chocolate Extravaganza on February 11 ~ a perfect romantic getaway weekend. Several overnight getaway packages are available at Coshocton Village Inn & Suites this season, including the Old-fashioned Christmas in Historic Roscoe Village and a Raven’s Glenn Wine Tasting Package.

Leave the hectic pace of the modern world behind and get away to Historic Roscoe Village and Coshocton, Ohio for small-town friendliness, a slower pace, relaxation, and, most importantly, true holiday spirit.