Winter Just Got Hot in Mohican!

Yes, it is winter. It is supposed to be cold. That is even more reason to get out and enjoy all life has to offer. A lot of studies have shown that in order to help fight off those winter blues you should be active. Be involved. In other words, get outside and have some fun.  Get the coat on, grab friends and family and head out to the world. It is exciting and it is warm. Actually, it is on fire! Yes, there is fun to be had in winter, and not just sled riding. Make plans now to stay and play in Mohican.

January 12 – 14, 2018 marks the return of the Appalachian Music Festival at Mohican State Park Lodge. Enjoy a weekend of down home fun. The open stage brings talent and old time music. Concerts, crafts, food and more are at the Mohican State Park Lodge. This event is also free and open to the public.

January 13 -14, 2018 is time to kickoff Mohican Winterfest with exciting attractions. Enjoy ice sculpting demonstrations by Aaron Costic of Elegant Ice Creations. His award winning displays will bring imagination to life. Audience participation is encouraged during live demonstrations. Children can enjoy seeing their names written in ice.

Fire & Ice returns to Loudonville’s Central Park, featuring Mohican artists performing Fire Spinning, also known as Fire Poi, in front of the ice sculptures. Stand in awe as fire is whirled in front of your eyes close enough to feel the heat and smell the flames. Get warm and enjoy the fun with fire and ice.

In February, a small town library transforms itself into an interactive and participatory living remembrance to WWI and America. Throughout the month of February, in partnership with The Cleo Redd Fisher Museum and the Loudonville Public Library, audiences will be transported back in time. The Loudonville Library will open its door February 1, 2018 to trenches, posters, speakers, and more to help remember and educate visitors about “the war to end all wars.”

Make sure to visit DiscoverMohican.com and LoudonvilleLibrary.org  for a complete listing of events, period movies, news reels, and more. All of the events are free and open to the public.

Stay. Play. Discover Why Mohican Rocks!