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Please Support Jay and Alice Hostetler on Tuesday, April 5 at Der Dutchman from 5-8 pm.


As many of you may know, Jay Hostetler was in a semi accident on October 31, 2015. You can see photos of the wrecked semi below. Jay went to The Ohio State University Hospital where he spent several days in the intensive care unit recovering from cardiac arrest, a collapsed lung, a broken back, and a skull fracture.

It is a miracle that Jay is alive and survived this accident.

Jay has not been able to return to work after the accident and he and Alice are trying to figure out how to manage their finances and mounting medical bills. Der Dutchman has kindly set up a fundraiser to help them with their medical expenses.

We think Jay and Alice are wonderful people and we would like to ask everyone to support them in this fundraiser through Der Dutchman Restaurant.

On Tuesday, April 5 from 5-8 pm, 15 percent of your total bill at Der Dutchman, as well as your entire tip, will be donated to the Hostetler family to help with Jay’s medical bills. There will be a limited menu and buffet available for your meal.

Please stop by and help Alice and Jay simply by having an enjoyable meal. We continue to send prayers and much love to Alice and Jay.




The River City Boys Will Salute the Statler Brothers at Der Dutchman on Thursday, November 12.


On Thursday, November 12, the Darby Creek Dinner Theater at Der Dutchman Banquet Center will feature The River City Boys performing a salute to the songs of the Statler Brothers.

Doors will open for the event at 11 am. The meal will begin at 11:30 am with the show starting at 1 pm.

The concert will benefit Socks for Seniors, a nonprofit group that helps senior citizens keep their feet warm during the winter by providing donated socks. New socks will be collected at the concert and distributed throughout the holidays to local senior communities in the area.

Get tickets now by calling: 614-733-8866

Or order tickets online by visiting darbycreekdinnertheater.com

Like The River City Boys on Facebook HERE.

Like Der Dutchman on Facebook HERE.


Plain City Historical Society Banquet on June 23 will Feature Mark Twain.

Mark Twain at PC Historical Society dinner

On Tuesday, June 23, join the Plain City Historical Society for an evening with Mark Twain at Der Dutchman restaurant. Social hour and registration will get under way at 6:00 pm. Dinner will be served at 6:30 pm.

Mr. Twain will be arriving thanks to the storytelling gifts of Steven Hollen, a Twain impersonator. To find out more about Steven Hollen, go HERE.

The cost for this entertaining event is $20 per person, which includes dinner, dessert, drink, your gratuity, and, of course, a lot of fun.

Print out the reservation form below (click on it and then print) and either drop it off at the Historical Society, 111 West Main Street in Plain City, during business hours (Tuesday 10 am to noon, Thursday noon to 3 pm, Saturday 10 am to noon) or mail your form to: PO Box 82, Plain City, OH 43064

Checks should be made out to: Plain City Historical Society. The deadline for reservations is June 20.

PC Historical Society, dinner form

Weekly Cruise In Every Thursday at Der Dutchman from May 21 to September 24.

Bring your cool car to the weekly Der Dutchman Cruise Ins at the corner of West Avenue and State Route 42 just south of the restaurant from 5 to 8 pm every Thursday from May 21 to September 24. Car Clubs are welcome!

Free admission to food, fun, friends, oldies music, and door prizes!

On June 25 and August 6, come for Antique Tractor Cruise Ins from 5 to 8 pm. The rain dates for these events are July 2 and August 13.

For more information, visit the Der Dutchman events page HERE and Like them on Facebook HERE. You can also call 614-873-3414 to find out more.

Cruise In

Civil War Musician, Steven Ball, will Perform at the Plain City Historical Society’s Annual Dinner Meeting on June 25.

The Plain City Historical Society‘s annual meeting will be held at Der Dutchman restaurant on Tuesday, June 25. Social hour and registration will begin at 6 PM with dinner served at 6:30. The dinner is $18 per person and includes dinner, dessert, drink, and gratuity. The business for the evening will be limited to brief annual reports and voting for officers so there will be plenty of time for the guest speaker–Steven Ball, a Civil War musician. Mr. Ball will bring his prized guitar and sing songs for the crowd. To see photos and find out more about Steven Ball, visit his web site HERE.

Pre-paid dinner reservations are required and must be turned in by Saturday, June 21. You can secure your reservation by clicking on the link below and printing out the form, which is on page 7 of the newsletter. The completed form can be mailed to the Plain City Historical Society, P. O. Box 82, Plain City, Ohio 43064. Please make checks payable to: Plain City Historical Society. You can also drop off your form at the Historical Society during regular business hours.

pchs newsletter april-may 2013

Additionally, did you know that you can now purchase gifts to support the Plain City Historical Society through their Online Store? Check out their site on Cafepress where you can get t-shirts, mugs, and lots of other neat items.

The Plain City Historical Society is also open limited hours at their location next to Security Bank (formerly Citizens–which was formerly Farmer’s–you know, Mary Mitchell’s Bank) on West Main Street  in the historic downtown. If you have never been in, it is definitely worth a visit.

And please LIKE the Historical Society on Facebook HERE.