Miamisburg bicentennial: 100-plus hours of entertainment, music in 8 days


Miamisburg’s eight-day bicentennial celebration includes more than 100 hours of events, entertainment and music. The following is the schedule of events each day:

Opening Day, Saturday, June 16

10:00 Drums on the Miami @ Beachler Field (closes 6 p.m.)

11:00 Parade

11:00 Arts, Crafts, Small Business and Information Vendors (close at 7 p.m.)

1:00 Heritage Village open until 4 p.m.

1:30 Opening Ceremony

2:00 The Ohio State Alumni Band

4:00 Opening of Sesquicentennial Time Capsule

4:30 USAF Wright Brass Band

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6:30 Night Reign

7:00 CPAM Mary Poppins @ Memorial Auditorium

9:00 Parrots of the Caribbean

10:00 Carnival Rides and Concessions Close

Religious Heritage Day, Sunday, June 17

10:00 Drums on the Miami @ Beachler Field (closes 6 p.m.)

11:00 Arts, Crafts, Small Business and Information Vendors (close at 6 p.m.)

12:00 Heritage Village open until 4 p.m.

12:30 David Cain Juggler

1:00 Larry Goodwin

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1:30 Baptist Tabernacle Men’s Ensemble

3:00 Paragon Barbershop Quartet

4:00 Adam & Jenn Parker

4:30 Christian Comedians John Branyan & Mike Goodwin

6:00 Gospel Concert with Dr. Samee Griffith

7:00 to 10:00 Late Night Swim, Sycamore Trails Aquatic Center

7:30 Locking Up Otis

9:00 B-Caged

10:00 Carnival Rides and Concessions Close

Pioneer Day, Monday, June 18

10:00 Canal Historic Marker Dedication @ Community Park

12:00 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.

12:30 Stan the Magic Pioneer Man

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1:30 Patty Frazee Pioneer Reenactment

2:00 Star City Dulcimers

3:00 Cincinnati Dancing Pigs

4:00 Great Lakes Timber Show; Period Attire Promenade from Heritage Village to Riverfront Park

4:30 The Vintage Ramblers

5:30 Square Dancing with Jack Pladdys

6:00 Cincinnati Dancing Pigs

7:30 Night Magic

8:30 Great Lakes Timber Show

9:00 Noah Wotherspoon

10:00 Carnival Rides and Concessions Close

Business/Fraternal Day, Tuesday, June 19

10:00 Dedication of 1913 Flood Marker

12:00 The Magic of Tom Bemmes; Free carnival rides from 12-5 for children 12 & under; special sales at downtown businesses, painted rock hunt with prizes, display tables and more.

1:00 My Nose Turns Red Youth Circus

3:00 Larry Goodwin

4:30 AQK

6:00 Cuest

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7:00 Evening with Mark Twain @ Baum Opera House

7:30 Hathaways

9:00 Touch

10:00 Carnival Rides and Concessions Close

Youth Day, Wednesday, June 20

9:00 Nature Hike, Sycamore Trails Park

9:30 – 11:30 Traveling Playground Bash, Mound Park

12:00 -4:00 Paddle the River (conditions permitting); Heritage Village, inflatables

12:00 – 5:00 CPAM, $2 special admission at Sycamore Trails Aquatic Center, scavenger hunt, face painting & Bookmobile

1:30 Madcap Puppet Theatre

2:30 McGovern Ceili Irish Dancers

5:00 Doug Hart

8:00 Ricky Skaggs

10:00 Carnival Rides and Concessions Close

Ladies Day, Thursday, June 21

8:00 Ladies Golf Outing @ Mound G.C.

9:30 Ladies Historic Downtown Tour

10:30 Ladies Cemetery Walk @ St. John’s Cemetery

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11:30 Luncheon & Fashion Show Baum Opera House

12:00 The Space Painter

1:30 Stan the Magic Man; Ladies Quilt Show @ Baum

3:00 Steve & Lorrie Makofka

3:30 Ladies Historic Home Tour meet @ Trinity Park by Trinity Church

4:30 Ryan Lakes

5:30 Ladies Euchre Party @ Community Center

6:00 Bearcreek Reunion Show

7:30 Tim & Anna Nashville

9:00 Alexis Gomez

10:00 Carnival Rides and Concessions Close

Municipal Day, Friday, June 22

All Day PipeStone Specials

9 a.m.-noon Service Center Open House

11 a.m-1 p.m. Parks & Rec Open House

12:00 The Comedy & Juggling of Matt Jergens

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1-3 p.m. Annex Open House; City Administration Open House

1-4 p.m. Fire Department Open House; Police Department Open House

1:30 MHS Alumni Band

3:00 Miamisburg Community Chorus

3:30 Larry Goodwin

4:30 Lioness

6:00 Rigmaiden

7:30 Different and the Same

9:00 Ticket to Ride

11:00 Carnival Rides and Concessions Close

Closing Day, Saturday, June 23

11:00 Parade

11-6 Arts, Crafts, Small Business and Information Vendors

1:00 Heritage Village open until 4 p.m.

1:30 73rd Ohio Volunteer Regiment Infantry Band (encampment in Veterans Memorial Park)

3:00 Brothers of the Brush & Kangaroo Court

3:30 Closing of Bicentennial Time Capsule

4:00 Cruise the Burg on Second Street (close at 9:00 pm)

4:30 Funky G and the Groove Machine

6:00 Repeating Arms

7:30 The Star City Community Band

*8:00 Dayton Philharmonic Concert Band

10 Fireworks

11:00 Carnival Rides and Concessions Close

Extended Activities, Sunday, June 24

8:15 Jenna Parlette Run with Your Legs, Win with your Heart 5k (registration 7:00)

10:00 73rd Ohio Volunteer Infantry Regiment Church Service

10:45 Closing Ceremony

*In the event of inclement weather, The Dayton Philharmonic Concert Band will perform at 8 p.m. on Sunday, June 24.



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