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“Boo” Fest, Madison County’s Family Halloween Festival is Saturday, October 13 from 2-10 pm.

The Madison County Chamber of Commerce and the Madison County Convention and Visitors Bureau have partnered with the Hurt Battelle Memorial Library and the Humane Society of Madison County to present “Boo”Fest, the first ever countywide Halloween family festival in Madison County.

“Boo”Fest will take place on Saturday, October 13 from 2-10 pm at the Procter Camp and Conference Center located at 11235 State Route 38 SE in London.

Tickets are $10 for adults and $5 for children. A family package can be purchased for $50. This package includes two adult tickets, two child tickets, four hayride passes, four S’more kits, two pumpkins, and game tickets. Tickets can be purchased at the Madison County Chamber of Commerce offices at 730 Keny Blvd. in London, the Hurt Battelle Memorial Library at 270 Lilly Chapel Road in West Jefferson ($1 off each ticket when purchased here), and at Mainstreet Treasures in Plain City.

“Boo”Fest will feature a bonfire, hayrides, beer garden, “little ghosts children’s area,” a battle of the bands, large screen viewing of the Ohio State vs. Indiana football game, silent auction table, pumpkin patch, s’more kits, and much, much more! Additionally, there will be a haunted house (half of the proceeds made from the haunted house will go to the Humane Society of Madison County).

For more information on “Boo”Fest, go HERE.

Grand Opening of Wise Brothers Sporting Goods, Saturday, April 21, at 10 am.

On Saturday, April 21, Wise Brothers Sporting Goods will be holding a Grand Opening celebration at their location at 151 West Main Street in our happily expanding uptown area of Plain City. Mainstreet Treasures and the Plain City Historical Society will also be taking part in the festivities.

At 10 am, the celebration will begin with the official ribbon cutting. All regularly priced merchandise will be discounted by 10% for the Grand Opening. Free balloons will be provided by Mainstreet Treasures. There will also be special sidewalk sale prices on assorted items.

At 11 am, Pizza Villa will provide pizza for $.50 per slice. There will also be hot dogs and bottled water for $.25.

Wise Brothers Sporting Goods will specialize in new and used sporting goods and equipment–both buying and selling. So take your old sports items in and with the money you get, buy new items in the store!

Owners Duane and Kym Wise are happy to be part of the uptown Plain City business community and we are glad to see another business in our village.

Happy Valentine’s Day and Happy Anniversary to Our Parents, Bob and Roberta Timmons!!

We want to wish everyone a very Happy Valentine’s Day. We also want to wish a Happy Anniversary and a Happy Valentine’s Day to our parents, Bob and Roberta Timmons, who were married on February 14th many, many years ago (they are fast approaching the big 50 year date!).

Looking for some ideas on how to celebrate Valentine’s Day? Take your sweetheart to The Smiling Daisy Cafe for a gourmet meal (scroll down the home page to view the Valentine’s Day menu) very close to home in Milford Center.

Yes, Milford Center for gourmet food.

The Smiling Daisy is in a small shop at 27 East State Street. Remember, good things come in small packages and this food is very good. Take your darling in for their Valentine’s meal that includes beef wellington, lobster, or truffled chicken. Delightfully, there is always a vegetarian option to choose, too. Chef Dale Romp has something for everyone to love.

Stop in to Mainstreet Treasures to pick up a box of Marie’s Candies for your Valentine.

Plain City Druggist has the best selection of 2 for $1.00 Valentine cards.

Don’t forget to send flowers to your sweetie! Browse all the Valentine’s selections available on the Plain City Florist web site HERE.

Spend Valentine’s Day close to home and find everything you need to make the day special by shopping locally. Be a sweetheart to your community, as well as to your beloved. Happy Valentine’s Day!












Pretty in Pink (Mom still LOVES Pink)

Upcoming Holiday Shopping Events!

On Friday, November 4, from 10 am-7 pm and Saturday, November 5, from 10 am-5 pm, Mainstreet Treasures will be hosting a Holiday Open House to get everyone in the mood for the season. To reward you for stopping in, Mainstreet Treasures will give you $10 off your purchase for every $50 spent. There will be prizes, snacks, and lots of new inventory, including holiday ornaments, decor, cards, and Alder apparel designs.

On Saturday, November 12, St. John’s Lutheran Church and School will be holding their Annual Christmas Bazaar from 9 am to 3 pm inside the school gym at 12809 State Route 736 in Marysville. Over fifty vendors will provide handmade arts and crafts, along with home-baked food items, and a children’s gift shop. Lunch will be available to purchase and there will be a children’s area to keep the kids entertained while you shop.

To find out more visit their Facebook events page HERE.

Ladies’ Night at Eldchrist Winery, April 28, will Feature Local Author Sherri Hayes.

Mainstreet Treasures will be at Eldchrist Winery on Thursday, April 28, from 6-9 pm for Ladies’ Night.

Local author and Plain City grad, Sherri Hayes, will be attending the event and will have her book, Hidden Threat, available to purchase. She will also be signing copies of the romantic thriller.

To read a review of Hidden Threat, go HERE.

Besides this chance to chat with Ms. Hayes and take home a copy of her book, there will also be tons of other fun things in the works from Mainstreet Treasures, including bead specials, prizes, and voting for the People’s Choice Award in the 2nd Annual Postcard Contest.

If you are not in the mood to attend the Plain City Lions Club Auction and Dinner at Der Dutchman, Ladies’ Night may be the fun alternative you are looking for on a boring Thursday evening.

And return to Eldchrist on Friday, April 29, for live music with 2nd Story Acoustic from 6 to 9 pm. For only a $5 cover charge, you can listen to some super music.