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December 2019

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Travel

You could go with an artificial Christmas tree, but where’s the fun in that? Here are three great places to pick your own, straight from the field. 

’Tis the season for winter warmers for the whole family — check out these programs that will be sure to spark that little bit of extra holiday cheer.

Lace up and hit the ice. Here are five places across the state to go ice-skating outside, whether you're looking for a family outing or a fun date spot.  

Here’s where you can take in the snowy season the old-fashioned way.

Whether you want steep thrills, a leisurely downhill ride or a brisk walk in the park, here are three ways to embrace the season of snow.

Embrace the winter season with engaging outdoor activities for the whole family, from tobogganing to snowshoeing to riding in a one-horse open sleigh.

Discover what Ohio was like in Charles Dickens’ time, listen to the Cleveland Orchestra perform holiday favorites, see one of Broadway’s favorite musicals and more. 

Walk through a wonderland of light at the Columbus Zoo, experience NASA’s journey into space in Gallipolis, see a beloved holiday movie in Toledo and more.

Food + Drink

Collect a dozen sweet treats during Holmes County’s annual driving tour of inns and hotels (plus get a cookbook full of recipes to take home with you).

Arts

The Zanesville Museum of Art features 12 prints made by James McNeil Whistler alongside works by 23 other artists. 

See incredible glass sculptures by artist Dale Chihuly installed among the natural beauty of Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens.

Home + Garden

Marianne Garey creates beautiful pieces of jewelry featuring bits of flowers, seeds and other plants at her home in Wooster.

A graphic designer by day, Halley Immelt spends part of her evenings and weekends crafting fun mugs, trinket dishes and more at her Westerville home.

From beautiful leather bags and adorable stuffed animals to delicate jewelry and colorful pottery, these Buckeye State artisans share the inspiration behind their handcrafted creations.

Whether you’re looking for vegan soaps or products to tame a serious beard, you’ll find them made by these Ohio makers.

From 7Thirty8 Apparel’s Crossed Arrow hoodies to Flag City Clothing’s Ohio-centric T-shirts, these fresh finds will make everyone look great.

From adorable and cuddly handcrafted stuffed animals to crocheted dog and cat cozies, check out inventive creations that’ll bring a smile to your face.

From The Oak Barrel Co.’s repurposed bourbon and wine barrel pieces to Wood Grain + Metal’s slab tables, these items will warm up your living space. 

Whether you’re looking for quirky conversation pieces or nature-inspired pottery, you’ll find it being made by these talented Ohio artisans.

From Ellebrux’s brilliantly colored wooden jewelry to Gracefully Wrapped’s delicate necklaces, there’s a lot to love about our state’s jewelry-makers. 

From Don Drumm Studios & Gallery’s elegant serving pieces to Susan Alteau Pottery’s adorable dog mugs, these pieces promise to dress up mealtime.

If you’re looking for an expertly crafted leather bag, Ohio artisans such as Fount, River City Leather and more offer a range of options and styles.

Accent your life with cool handprinted posters by Just A Jar Design Press, irreverent holiday cards, fun journals and more.

From Brothers Drake Meadery’s honey wines to Gervasi Vineyard’s distilled spirits, these choices are sure to spice up any celebration.

Aaron and Erin Buckley’s leather shop crafts beautiful bags, wallets and totes that are designed with a focus on simplicity, quality and longevity. 

Melissa Bracken’s grandmother inspired her to launch her line of adorable and extremely huggable handcrafted stuffed animals.

Ohio Life

Sherwood Anderson’s 1919 cycle of short stories is a literary classic. But when it was published, it caused a stir in the author’s hometown of Clyde, Ohio, where many believed the work of fiction was spilling the town’s secrets. 

The Cincinnati native gained fame for her role in the 1980 hit comedy “Airplane!” You can see her in the new Disney+ film “Noelle.”

Paul Brown’s contributions to the game of football are legendary. The Massillon Museum pays tribute to the iconic coach and innovator with a wing dedicated to his life and legacy.