Oct. 5-7/CAMBRIDGE – Official Paul Bunyon Show at the Guernsey Fairgrounds. For more than 60 years, one of the nation’s largest and oldest forest industry trade shows has offered a unique opportunity for families to celebrate Ohio’s forestry background and this year is no different. It’s old world meets new world between the lumberjack competition and big machine demonstrations. Everyone will be entertained. More than 130 exhibitors will be present who represent all facets of the forest industry. Activities include: Lumberjack competitions, Log loader competition, Skid Steer Rodeo, Chainsaw carvers, various equipment demonstrations, educational seminars, wood crafts and furniture. Enjoy the food and listen to live musical entertainment by Barefoot McCoy. Admission is $10 ($5 for ages 7-12) >MORE
Watch A Film
Oct. 10, 16-17, 23-24,30 – ASHLAND – Ashland University’s Department of Foreign Languages will hold a Tournées Film Festival to feature five recent French films and one classic film. The festival, which is free and open to the public, is at 7 p.m. in the Ronk Lecture Hall in the Schar College of Education.
Oct. 10, Visages, Villages (2017) (Faces, Places) Faces, Places was nominated for an Academy Award for the Best Documentary of 2017. / Oct. 16, L’atelier (2017) (The Workshop) / Oct. 17, Métamorphoses (2014) (Metamorphoses) / Oct. 23, Les Fantômes D’ismaël (2017) (Ismael’s Ghosts) / Oct. 24, Un Beau Soleil Intérieur (2017)(Let The Sunshine In) / Oct. 30, Moi, Un Noir (1959) (I, A Negro)