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June 3: Kids' Day, 1-4 p.m., downtown Wooster library parking lot and surrounding grounds.

June 3: Downtown Wooster Farmers Market opens, 8 a.m.-noon, south side of Public Square. Through Oct. 28.

June 3: Emerald Ash Borer: Investigate the widespread death of ash throughout the park; short hike, 2 p.m., meet in the education parking area. Sponsored by Friends of Wooster Memorial Park.

June 3: Gnat Boxer Square Dance, 8-10:30 p.m., Ida Sue School, 266 Oldman Road, Wooster. Caller Ben Purkett; cuer Amy Riehl. 330-264-2725.

June 3: Swing-a-Lings Square Dance, 8-10:30 p.m., Church of the Lakes, 5944 Fulton Road NW, Canton; caller Tom Strickland; cuer Richard Johnson. 330-575-0857.

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June 3: Mount-Eaton Paint Township Historical Society, 11 a.m.-3 p.m. or by appointment by calling 330-465-7525 or 330-464-7920. Museum is at 15966 E. Main St., Mount Eaton, beside Farmers National Bank.

June 3: Sgt. Pepper Band, Beatles Tribute, 6-9 p.m., Blue Barn Winery, 4407 Columbus Road, Wooster. Take a picnic dinner and blanket for music under the starts; Free admission; 330-575-1028.

June 3: Tuscarawas Philharmonic will take the stage of the Kent State Tuscarawas Performing Arts Center, along with the Kent Dance Ensemble. Pre-concert, 6:30 p.m., wine tasting event, featuring local wineries. Music and dance, 7:30 p.m. Tickets for the concert, www.TuscarawasPhilharmonic.org or Performing Arts Center box office at 330-308-6400. Tickets range from $24-$36 with student and senior discounts available.

June 3: Glenn Miller Orchestra, 7:30 p.m., Lions Lincoln Theatre, Massillon. Reserved seat tickets on sale, $20 for the main floor and $15 for balcony seats. For iinformation or to buy tickets, www.lionslincolntheatre.org or call 330-481- 9105.

June 7: Cruise-In, 4-8 p.m., Tumbleweed Tex-Mex Grill, 4147 Burbank Road, Wooster. Open to all classic cars, trucks and motorcycles. No registration fee. Door prizes, JR the DJ providing music favorites from 1950s-70s. (Weather permitting event.) For information, Jeff at 419-884-7075.

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June 8: Sounds of Downtown, 6-8 p.m. Stroll along to music in Downtown Wooster. Street music series features a variety of musicians and performances throughout the summer season.

June 9: Red Lantern Flames Square Dance, Red Lantern Barn, Brewster, 8-10:30 p.m.; caller Jason Raleigh; cuer Phyllis Burdette. For information, 330-575-0857.

June 9-10: 27th annual Fabulous 50s Fling, Sugarcreek. June 9 is 13th annual Friday Night Cruise-In with committee's choice awards, open class and special dash plaques to the first 150 vehicles; wine country cruise starts at 2 p.m. at the School House Winery and ends at 6 p.m. at the car show. Live music by The Spikeman, from 5-8 p.m. June 10 starts at 11 a.m., rain or shine. Live music by the Bel Airs, 11 a.m.-1 p.m. and 2-4 p.m.; pro judged custom car show with special award to top 50 vehicles and $500 to best of show.

June 10: Wayne County Rural Youth Square and Line Dance, 8-11 p.m., Wayne County Fairgrounds. Stocksdale Band with Andrew Poulson calling. All ages and public welcome; no experience necessary and beginners are encouraged. Free lessons at 7:30 p.m. Admission $5. For information, see the website: waynecountyruralyouth.org or 330-669-2786.

June 10: Swing-a-Lings Square Dance, 8-10:30 p.m., Church of the Lakes, 5944 Fulton Road NW, Canton; caller Ed Laudenschlagher and Eddie Powell; cuer Phyllis Burdette. 330-575-0857.

June 10: Daniel Rylander, 6-8 p.m., Troutman Vineyards and Winery, 4243 Columbus Road, Wooster; free. singer/songwriter. Take a picnic or snacks.

June 10: Back on Earth Band -- classic oldies, 6-9 p.m., Blue Barn Winery, 4407 Columbus Road, Wooster. Take a picnic dinner and blanket for music under the stars; 330-575-1028.

June 10, Dalton Community Strawberry Festival, Village Green Park (115 E. Main St.) serving 4-7 p.m., sandwiches, ice cream, strawberries and shortcake. Music by The Apple Creek Bluegrass Band. Historical Society will have an open house.

June 10: Music on Market, 7 p.m., Wooster United Methodist Church, 243 N. Market St.; Burning Bridget Cleary, high-spirited, foot-stomping, heart-warming Celtic music. In collaboration with Main Street Wooster and Wayne Center for the Arts. Free; free-will offering accepted to cover costs.

June 10: Ken Miller Supply Oil & Gas Museum, noon-3 p.m., 7920 Shreve Road. Early gas pumps, drilling machines, tractors, trucks and cars. Also, Pennsylvania Railroad and Shreve industry. Adults, $5 and children younger than 12 free (maximum of $15 per family). Members of any Historical Society half-price, County Line Historical Society paid up members are free. Admissions benefit County Line Historical Society for its museum in Shreve. For information,, call 330-496-4024 or 330-378-2121. Bill Fought 330-567-2342 wfought@neo.rr.com.

June 10: County Line Historical Society Museum, 281 N. Market St. (state Route 226), noon-3 p.m. Parking at Shreve Mobil, PNC bank and downtown parking lots.. Adults, $2; children younger than 12 free. County Line Historical Society paid up members are free.

June 11: Baseball movie double-feature, 1:30 p.m., Ohio Theater, with partial proceeds benefitting youth baseball activities in Loudonville and Perrysville. "The Natural" and Field of Dreams" to be shown. Movie tickets $10 for adults, $5 younger than 15. Raffle drawing during benefit. For more information, Brian Hartzell at 567-215-3236.

June 16: Concert and Cruise-In, 7-9:30 p.m., downtown Wooster. Live music by SOBOS. Food vandors on-site. Classic cars and street rods welcome (no entry fee). Streets in the event area will close at 6 p.m.

June 17: Smithville Community Historical Society open house, 1:30-4 p.m.; view of equipment was used to farm inmid-1800s. Craftsmen and docents present. Norma Trotter and Friends presenting musical selections at the Pioneer Village; Vintage Base Ball team, "Smithville Stars" will be playing "Wyandotte Ghost-riders" behind the Pioneer Village. Free, donations accepted.

June 17: Gnat Boxer Square Dance, special time, 8-11 p.m., Ida Sue School, 266 Oldman Road, Wooster. "The calling twins," Don and Doug Sprosty; cuer Nancy Sprosty. Build your own sundae/homemade ice cream. Call 330-264-2725.

June 17: Good Vibes Band -- classic easy listening, 6-9 p.m., Blue Barn Winery, 4407 Columbus Road, Wooster. Take a picnic dinner and blanket for music under the stars; 330-575-1028.

June 17: Vintage base ball, 2 p.m., Mohican Rivermen (Ashland County) vs. Ohio Village Muffins in Loudonville. For more information, Brian Hartzell at 567-215-3236.

June 17-18: Ohio Vintage Truck Jamboree, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Ashland County Fairgrounds, 2042 Claremont Ave. Vintage truck show both days; trucking memorabilia display, swap meet, on-site camping with RV Hookups available; slow race, Jake-Off, light show, diorama display, truck swamp meet, country convoy and more. In place of registration and admission, donations to Ashland Food Bank and Shrimer's Transportation Fund appreciated. Presented by American Truck Historical Society Ohio Chapters. 50/50 drawing, door prizes, raffle, food, T-shirts and more.

June 23: Sounds of Downtown, 6-8 p.m. Stroll along to music in Downtown Wooster. Street music series features a variety of musicians and performances throughout the summer season.

June 24: Apple Creek Bluegrass Band, 6-9 p.m., Blue Barn Winery, 4407 Columbus Road, Wooster. Take a picnic dinner and blanket for music under the stars; 330-575-1028.

June 25: "Rocking in the Creek," 2 p.m., meet in education parking area of Wooster Memorial Park; hike to the creek to learn about rocks and animals found there. Wear shoes appropriate for creek walking. Program is appropriate for children with adults; sponsored by Friends of Wooster Memorial Park.

June 25: Gary Bonewitz -- classic country, Father's day, 2-4 p.m., Blue Barn Winery, 4407 Columbus Road, Wooster. Take a picnic dinner and blanket; 330-575-1028.

June 29: Air National Guard Band of the Northeast, 7-8:30 p.m. in the Everything Rubbermaid Store parking quadrant. Free; take lawn chairs.


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