Category Archives: Community Events

You G3’s Grow Greenfield Grow 

It’s almost Spring time which means it’s almost time to get those beautiful flowers beds and Gardens growing.

Thursday March 16, 2017 from 6-7pm G3 will be hosting a gardening program at the Konneker Education Museum, 248 South St., Greenfield, Ohio.

The program will feature a presentation about basic and container gardening by Fayette County’s Master Gardener Sara Creamer & Patchworks Garden’ s Stacey Wilt.

So come out and join us, and get those green thumbs ready!  Besides everyone knows gardeners know all the dirt!

Check out our event page here: https://www.facebook.com/events/1836399483284574??ti=ia

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G3’s Fall Community Wide Yard Sale

G3’s ANNUAL FALL  COMMUNITY-WIDE YARD SALE

FRIDAY & SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 9-10, 2016, 9 AM – 5 PM

G3 is creating an online map, as before, for those wishing to list their yard sales for the Fall Community-Wide Yard Sale. To get on the map send us your:

1. Complete address
2. A brief description of what you’ll be selling
3. Any changes in the advertised dates and times

  • You can email your information to g3greenfield@gmail.com.
  • Call or text Dan McCray @ 614-769-3120
  • Text Tom Schluep @ 614-769-2620
  • Call Melissa Snavely @ 937-9810-7620

Once the map becomes active it will be posted here and a number of other online sites. Plus, G3 will advertise the event in all the area media outlets and on Craigslist and other sites.

GROW THE EVENT BY SHARING THE INFORMATION WITH YOUR FAMILY AND FRIENDS.

G3’s Greenfield Community Wide Yard Sale

The annual G3 Greenfield Community Wide Yard Sale will take place this year on June 10 and June 11th from 9 am till 5 pm. Anyone and everyone is welcome to participate and if you need a place to set up a sale Edgewood Manor is offering 10′ x 10′ spaces for $10.

There is no charge to participate and to get your address and sale advertised on the “official” online map you need to submit your name, address, email address, and a brief description of your offerings to one of the following:

A. Dan McCray, 614-769-3120
B. Tom Schluep, 614-769-2620, Text Only!
C. Melissa Snavely, 937-981-7620
D. Via email to g3greenfield@gmail.com
E. The Greenfield Community Wide Yard Sale Facebook page.

Yard sale maps will be available online and copies will be posted at the City Building and the Greenfield Library. To see the current map of GCWYS participants click HERE or the flyer posted below. 

Please help us grow this event by sharing this information on your Facebook page with family and friends.

Community Yard Sale Flyer

SUBWAY FRESH FIT 5K WALK-RUN, MAY 15

As a part of this year’s Sunday, May 15th Paddle on Paint Creekfest, Greenfield Subway is hosting a 5K walk-run called Subway Fresh Fit 5K. The event will begin and end at Felson Park utilizing the village’s bicycle and walking trail. Registration and payment can be made in advance by using Eventbrite or at the morning of the event with cash or check. Registration begins at 9:00 am and the run-walk at 9:30 am. Cost is $25 which includes a custom t-shirt. All proceeds to help support the activities of Greening Greater Greenfield (3G).

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Click to visit Eventbrite page and scroll down for 5K run/walk ticket.

Paddle on Paint 2016, Sunday, May 15

  • PADDLE on PAINT CREEK FEST is an annual family oriented outing that involves a three mile kayak or canoe trip along scenic Paint Creek beginning north of Greenfield, OH and ending at the village’s Felson Park. Kayaks, canoes, and livery services will be provided by Water’s Edge Livery of Bourneville, OH. The event is organized by Greening Greater Greenfield (G3), a local non profit group interested in promoting the area and its quality of life.
  • This year there will also be a longer nine mile trip beginning at 11:00 am. If you own your own kayak or canoe the cost of livery service is $15. If you need to rent a kayak or canoe the cost is $30.00.
  • Water’s Edge will provide rentals of kayaks and canoes and prices will include livery service to the launch site and all needed safety equipment. For those who own their own equipment livery service is also available. If you have floatation vest for your children it would be advisable to bring them to help ensure a proper fit.
  • Scheduled waves of boats for those who have preregistered and paid online using Eventbrite will be on the hour beginning at noon with the last wave launching at 5:00 pm. Walk up registrants will be accommodated as best possible on the half hour using a smaller livery vehicle. Hopefully no one will have to wait for more than half an hour.
    Rental Prices (includes vessel, paddle/s, safety equipment, and livery service):
     
Canoes (occupancy determined by total weight) $40 per vessel
Kayaks (single occupancy) $20 per vessel
Livery for personally owned vessels (3 mile trip) $10
Kayak rental (no canoes) for 9 mile trip $30 per kayak
Livery for personally owned vessels (9 mile trip) $15

PRE-REGISTRATION AND RESERVATIONS are available online using Eventbrite. All major credit cards are available. This will guarantee you a place and help avoid any waiting in line. Walkup sales are also welcome but there may be a wait. To register online click the Eventbrite logo below: 

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IN ADDITION: All those taking part in a canoeing or kayaking trip are required to sign a liability waiver. To save time you can copy and print this from online and bring it with you when you pick up your tickets. The form is at this link: 

Besides kayaking and canoeing, other activities will include:

 SUBWAY FRESH FIT 5K WALK-RUN:
  • For this year’s Paddle on Paint Creekfest, Greenfield’s Subway restaurant is hosting a Subway Fresh Fit 5K walk-run. The event will begin and end at Felson Park utilizing the village’s bicycle hiking trail. Registration and payment may be made online using Eventbrite or at the event with cash or check. The cost is $25 per person and will include a custom t-shirt. To pay online visit the Eventbrite event page and scroll down to the appropriate ticket.

DUCK RACE:

  • Annual duck race sponsored by the McClain High School Band Boosters. Ducks will be launched at 3:00 pm and will be available prior to the event. Cash prizes for the winners in each category. We hope to have the McClain Marching Band on hand for a musical concert and a demonstration of marching skills.

T-SHIRTS:

  • Paddle on Paint Creek Fest t-shirts will be offered at the event and pre-ordered online. Sizes available include S, M, L @ $10 and XL, 2XL, 3XL @ $12.

5K WALK-RUN:

  • Registration at 9:00 am and event begins at 9:30 am. Cost is $25.00 including a t-shirt. The event will begin at Felson Park and proceed out and back along the village’s bicycle and walking trail.
FOOD VENDORS:
  • The Dairy Nook
  • KONA shaved Hawaiian Ice
DISPLAYS:
  • The Paint Creek Fire District will have displays of their fire fighting equipment on hand as well as their smoke evasion demonstration trailer.
  • The Greenfield Police Department’s mounted units will be present during the day.
  • Adena Greenfield Area Medical Center has again arranged for a landing of a Life Flight Medivac helicopter. The public will get a close up view of these vital emergency aircraft.
  • The US Army Corps of Engineers will have a display on boating and water safety.
  • The Ohio Department of Natural Resources will have a display related to the natural resources of our area..
CHILDREN’S ACTIVITIES:
  • Events still being planned.

We Found the Formula for the Best BB&S Ever!

BBS 2016 (8)As many of you know this was our fourth annual Blues, Brews & Stews Winter Festival and each has been different. We began at the Yellow Rose B&B, then went to the Eagles for #2 and the VFW Ranch for #3. All the while we discussed ways to bring it to Greenfield’s downtown business district. The answer came from asking Spark Creative Artspace to host one venue and Mark Clyburn’s Catch 22 Sports Pub the second. The results were, largest crowd ever, greatest number of food entries, the crowd came from all over our area and I saw people from both Kentucky and Rhode Island. The crowd also stayed up to when the last G chord was strummed by Gary Williams & Back Talk Blues doing electric blues and Micah Kesslering performing his brand of classical acoustic country blues.

Didn’t see a frowning face or hear a disparaging word. Several people shared their “best part of the evening” thoughts with me but my best part was seeing almost no empty parking places in downtown Greenfield on a Saturday night. Our village, with the help of all who worked to make it happen and all those who came out and showed their support, came to life this February 27.

One of the most oft played and recorded blues song, Baby Please Don’t Go.

Micah making his two-string cigar box guitar moan the blues.

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