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Celebrate with us Ohio’s first Christmas in 1803.
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*more info coming soon




  1. Robyn fosnaugh August 17, 2015 at 5:55 am

    Is it possible to have a wedding for 100 people on the grounds under a large tent? Thank you so much for responding.. Robyn

    • admin October 20, 2015 at 10:58 am

      YES we can hold more then 100 people feel free to call or email ccpioneervillage@aol.com for more info

  2. Kate Nixon August 21, 2015 at 11:11 am

    Hi Sue,

    Thank you for the opportunity to meet up with you Oct. 17-18th. I am soooo looking forward to being back in the area as the leaves are turning.

    I’ve included some background about me and my novels. Please use as you feel best.
    If you need jpegs of the book covers, just let me know. They did not come through.

    See you soon,


    Q: What are the titles of your books?
    A: The Heirloom Brooch and The Heirloom Pearls
    Q: Describe the book in one sentence.
    A: The Heirloom Brooch tells the story of a treasured family heirloom from the 1860’s to the present time through the lives of nine women, but only the last woman knows it is a fake. The Heirloom Pearls features two women, mother and daughter, as they chafe against Louisville’s society in the 1860’s and 1870’s, but with oh so different consequences.
    Q: What books are on your bedside table?
    A: Dead Wake by Erik Larson
    The Rosie Project by Graeme Simson
    Queen Victoria by Kate Williams
    The Red Garden by Alice Hoffman
    Q: How long have you been writing and what inspired you to write?
    A: Ten years. My inspiration was more of a threat. When I inherited the garnet brooch which no one in the family knew was a fake, just red glass, I also inherited pictures of women in the family who had worn it previously. My husband looked at the brooch and the pictures and told me there was a story there, and if I didn’t tell it, he would. So, I guess you could say he was the inspiration. After I began, I found another passion every bit as compelling as genealogy.
    Q: Book you wish you could read again for the first time?
    A: The Rainbow, D. H. Lawrence
    Q: Favorite book and why:
    A: Short History of a Small Place by T. R. Pearson because the humor is amazing, the word choices exquisite, and the coming of age story reminded me of the small town I grew up in, Webster, Indiana.
    Q: How can readers and book clubs contact you?
    A: My email is katenixon01@gmail.com. All comments and questions are welcome, especially from readers who share an interest in any of the given and surnames in the novels. Let me know, and I’ll share what family tree information I have.

  3. David Wortman September 24, 2015 at 11:42 am

    Looking to rent the chapel in the Pioneer Village for a wedding. Can you provide information. Please

    • admin October 20, 2015 at 11:00 am

      Please contact any of the board members by emailing ccpioneervillage@aol.com or calling us at(513) 897-1120 Thank you


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