A Day of Harvest Brings Autumn to Downtown Greenville

Fall has arrived in downtown Greenville with the annual A Day of Harvest event, held on Saturday, October 7th. Overflow your senses with fall favorites found in downtown Greenville! Be sure to check out all of the fall inspired items in the quaint shops and restaurants; including unique home decor, cozy fall fashions, and delicious autumn flavors! An array of activities are planned to tempt everyone’s interest. The schedule of for the day includes the following: 9 am Chocolate Walk Tickets go on sale at The Darke County Welcome Center 9 am - 1 pm Downtown Greenville Farmers’ Market - in front of the courthouse 9 am - until gone Pumpkin Giveaway - for every $25 spent downtown that day, sponso

Accepting Entries for 14th Annual Hometown Holiday Horse Parade

Photo By: John Baker Photography, LLC Entry forms can be submitted online by clicking HERE, or by contacting the Main Street Greenville office at 937-548-4998 for a printed form. Contact parade committee chair Diana Stebbins at 937-606-4776 or ss396z@yahoo.com with any questions or concerns. Voted best parade by the readers of Ohio Magazine in 2015, Main Street Greenville is busy preparing for the 14th Annual Hometown Holiday Horse Parade! The parade will take place the weekend before Thanksgiving on Saturday, November 18th. The lighted horse parade event boasts 90+ entries and brings an estimated 8,000+ spectators into the downtown Greenville area. The parade will travel down South Broadwa

Theater on Third: Change of Plans

The forecast is calling for the remnants of Hurricane Harvey to reach our area this evening. Due to the rain we're expecting, Theater on Third has been moved to First United Methodist Church at 202 W. 4th St. The ping pong ball prize drop will still be taking place on W. Third Street at 7 pm, so head downtown to experience a shower of ping pong balls and then head inside to cozy up and watch SING. The movie will still begin at 8:15 and there will be free popcorn as well as candy and pop for sale as a fundraiser for Main Street Greenville. A big thank you to First United Methodist Church for opening their building for this event as well as Greenville National Bank for their sponsorshi

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