Miamisburg bicentennial: CMA inductee, OSU alumni band part of weeklong party

Miamisburg is finalizing the schedule of events for a weeklong celebration next month of its bicentennial.

The eight days of events will include family activities and run from June 16-24, most of them occurring downtown and at Riverfront Park. Among the highlights of daily events for the 200th birthday celebration include:

June 16

11 a.m.-Parade

2 p.m.-The Ohio State Alumni Band

4-Opening of Sesquicentennial Time Capsule

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9- Parrots of the Caribbean

June 17

10 a.m.-Drums on the Miami at Beachler Field (closes 6 p.m.)

Noon-Heritage Village open until 4 p.m.

9 p.m.-B-Caged

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June 18

Noon-Great Lakes Timber Show; Traditional Arts & Crafts Demonstrations; Heritage Village Opens with arts & crafts demonstrations, one room school house experience, carriage ride, petting zoo and promenade.

4:30 p.m-The Vintage Ramblers

9-Noah Wotherspoon

June 19

10 a.m.-Dedication of 1913 Flood Marker

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7 p.m.-Evening with Mark Twain @ Baum Opera House


June 20

Noon-4 p.m.-Paddle the River (conditions permitting); Heritage Village, inflatables

3-McGovern Ceili Irish Dancers

8-Ricky Skaggs

June 21

8 a.m.-Ladies Golf Outing at Mound Golf Course

3:30 p.m.-Ladies Historic Home Tour meet at Trinity Park by Trinity Church

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9-Alexis Gomez

June 22

All day PipeStone specials

1:30 p.m.-MHS Alumni Band

9-Ticket to Ride

June 23

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11 a.m.-Parade

8 p.m.-Dayton Philharmonic Concert Band


June 24

8:15 a.m.-Jenna Parlette Run with Your Legs, Win with your Heart 5k (registration 7 a.m.)

10-73rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiment Church Service

10:45-Closing ceremony

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