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Village of Ashville, Ohio

2016 Holiday Events

           Ashville - Ole Time Village Holiday

Ashville’s Holiday Events & Schedule

Sunday, December 4th

The Holly Jolly Trolley Tour of Ashville

Something new for 2016. Come ride the Trolley! You can get on and off at any of our five stops and you will hear stories of the buildings, the area, and people presented by our very own Charlie Morrison and son. Tours start at 1 pm and end at 5 pm. Trolley Stops are every half hour on the hour.



 Traffic Light

Stop One —Ashville Museum 34 Long St. 

Click on the logo to the right to be taken to The Ashville Museum Website

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Stop One Continued—Floyd E. Younkin Library 51 Long St. 

Mrs. Claus — Mrs. Claus will be on hand from 1-5 pm to read to the kids and interact with them, spreading wonderful Christmas cheer. 

Click on the logo to the right to be taken to the Pickaway County Library Webpage



Stop Two — SVT Railroad Station 100 Cromley Street

Click on right image to go to the Men's Community Club Facebook Page


Stop Three — Ashville Jail 4 Cherry Street

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Stop Four — Ashville Park 145 Walnut Street

                                                                                                Santa is at the Ashville Park this year- from 1-3 pm Kids will get a bag of candy, cookie to decorate and hot chocolate. Photos with Santa will be available for $3 each. Secret Santa shopping for kids 12-5 pm and visit the Christmas market.


Stop Five—The Seed House 15026 Lockbourne Eastern Rd.

Click on the logo to the left to be taken to The Seed House Facebook Page



After the Trolley Tour 

Christmas Tree Lighting — Beginning at 6 pm we will kick off the ceremony by raising the flag and singing the national anthem. The lighting of the tree at Centennial Park is sponsored by your Ashville Heritage Society. We will end the night by singing some favorite carols.


For questions or volunteering contact Jim Welsh at 614-214-9223 



Home Decorating Contest

Sponsored by the Ashville Women's Civic Club

Judging will occur on Saturday 12/3 between 6-8 p.m.  Entry forms can be picked up at the Ashville Apothecary, Seed House, Savings Bank, Pickaway Banking Center and the Ashville IGA. Entry forms must be received by 11/26/2016  First place prize $100, Second place $50, Third Place $25

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Annual Cookie Sale

Sponsored by the Ashville Women's Civic Club

The club is selling 2 dozen assorted homemade cookies for $10. Each box is festively decorated with a ribbon and gift tag. Contact any club member to place an order. Cookies can be picked up on Saturday, December 10. Club members can be found on our Facebook page, link to the right. This information is obtained by linking to other websites. Therefore, we are not responsible for information or downloads beyond this website.

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The Ashville Kiwanis Club’s Holiday Newspaper

Sale begins in Mid-December. Click on the link to the right for more Kiwanis information. This information is obtained by linking to other websites. Therefore, we are not responsible for information or downloads beyond this website.

 tft train anime v41 Toys are being collected at the Harrison Township Fire Department on State Route 752. For more information about this the Harrison Township Fire Department click on the logo to the right. The above train is a link to the PICCA Program webpage. This information is obtained by linking to other websites. Therefore, we are not responsible for information or downloads beyond this website. firelogo

Ashville Area Heritage Society Annual Christmas Dinner

On December 12th at the South Bloomfield UMC 5027 2nd Street West, at 6:00 pm $10.00 per person, bring a $5.00 gift for man or woman for gift exchange. Guests are invited to donate non-perishable food item for the Ashville Food Pantry. RSVP by Decebmber 2  to Mona Morrison, 740-983-3166. Dinner will include turkey, gravy, mashed potatoes, green beans, rolls, cole slaw, coffee, tea, and pie. You can purchase tickets from the Museum at 34 Long St. This information is obtained by linking to other websites. Therefore, we are not responsible for information or downloads beyond this website.



Ashville Community Choir Christmas Cantata

Date and Time:
Choir consist of singers from the Ashville area churches

The Cantata is performed under the direction of 

This holiday event is open to the public 


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