Your friends in Columbus and Cleveland may well brag about all there is to do and see in the big city. Without a doubt, urban areas do have unique attractions worth visiting.

Neither of these places, however, can claim the variety of natural and historic venues that north central Ohio can. Those attractions, all easy to get to along non-congested roadways, are on view over the next two weekends – and 1812Blockhouse will be taking that ride along with you.

This coming weekend, April 28-30, is the 16th Annual Mohican Wildlife Weekend. With places to visit and experience nature across Richland County and the Mohican Country area, the event is a family-friendly, educational, and entertaining must-do. This year’s theme is “Ohio Pollinators,” and many of the happenings are free.

Then, the next weekend (May 6-7), is RichHistory Weekend, when you and your family can touch base with the area’s rich past — from Downtown to dinner theatre; from fashion tours to preservation walks; from story telling to craft demonstrations.

Over the next two weeks, we will be sharing information about both of these weekends and the places you can visit. We’re also planning on being to some of the events, and sharing social media posts from those we can’t make.

Stay tuned starting tomorrow (Monday) on 1812Blockhouse.

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