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Huck’s Tavern coming to Roscoe Village

Huck’s Tavern coming to Roscoe Village

| September 1, 2020

Excitement is already building for a new business in Roscoe Village. Huck’s Tavern will be opening in the former Uncorked building, hopefully by the holiday season. “We gutted the inside and are doing so much work to it,” said Stacy Drennen, who is opening the tavern, with her husband, Jeff. “It might be hard to […]

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Foothills Studio & Gallery opens in Roscoe Village

Foothills Studio & Gallery opens in Roscoe Village

| June 5, 2020

Four local artists have joined forces to open Foothills Studio & Gallery in Roscoe Village. The new studio/gallery is located below the General Store and will hold its grand opening and meet the artists event from 5-7 p.m. on Friday, June 12. “We wanted a place to show our work for people to come and […]

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Free basic knitting class offered in Roscoe Village

Free basic knitting class offered in Roscoe Village

| March 4, 2020

Join the Coshocton Canal Spinners and Weavers Guild as they host a knitting for beginners workshop from 1 to 3 p.m. Saturday, March 21, at the visitors center in Historic Roscoe Village. This free workshop is open to the public, providing hands-on instruction to learn basic knitting. Topics will include tools used in knitting as […]

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Hillbippie Clay Co. opening storefront in Roscoe Village

Hillbippie Clay Co. opening storefront in Roscoe Village

| January 2, 2020

COSHOCTON – Rachel Hall started her pottery career in Roscoe Village and is excited to be back with her own storefront on Whitewoman Street. The Hillbippie Clay Co. will have its grand opening from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 11 at 408 N. Whitewoman St., which was the toll keeper’s house. There […]

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First candlelighting of the season held in Roscoe Village

First candlelighting of the season held in Roscoe Village

| December 9, 2019

COSHOCTON – Roscoe Village was full of the Christmas Spirit on Saturday, Dec. 7 as the first candlelighting of the year was held. A large crowd, bundled up against the cold, enjoyed mulled cider and ginger cookies as they waited for the program to start. When asked why they attended the event, the answers were […]

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Roscoe Landscape volunteers share talents with holiday bow-making class

Roscoe Landscape volunteers share talents with holiday bow-making class

| September 14, 2019

COSHOCTON – If you struggle with creating the perfect bow to accent Christmas decorations, gifts or wreaths, the Roscoe Village volunteers are offering a class to teach proven techniques for creating perfect bows. Volunteers Connie Miller, Mary Jane Mitchell, and Kathy Kohler have been creating bows for Roscoe Village Christmas decorations for decades and will […]

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Roscoe holds first ice cream social

Roscoe holds first ice cream social

| July 8, 2019

COSHOCTON – Three months ago, inspiration struck. When talking after a velvet ice cream delivery at Medbery Market, the idea of starting an ice cream social was brought up. Since that conversation, Medbery Market employees and Roscoe Village shops have been hard at work to make this social possible. In celebration of National Ice Cream […]

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Corvettes and spirits fill Roscoe Village

Corvettes and spirits fill Roscoe Village

| June 10, 2019

COSHOCTON – Whitewoman Street was lined with corvettes on June 9 including Bob and Candi Overly’s custom-painted 2008. “We bought it brand new 11 years ago,” Bob said. “I love the look of corvettes with all the lines and curves. We even live on Corvette Lane.” Their black corvette had blue flames on the outside […]

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