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SHOPPING


Dutch Valley Market 1411 Old Route 39 NW, Sugarcreek, 44681 330-852-2631 • Fax: 330-852-4990 www.dutchvalleymarket.com Hours: Winter, Mon-Sat. 9am-6pm (check website for seasonal hours)


High quality fresh, frozen and smoked meats, wide variety of cheeses, Amish foods and pantry items. Bring a cooler and stock up on meat and cheese. On the Dutch Valley Restaurant campus, in the Dutch Creek Foods building. Closed Sunday.


The Historic 1895 Railroad Station Unusual Junction


Shopping & Dining Complex 56310 US Route 36, West Lafayette, 43845 740-545-9772 • Fax: 740-545-6046 www.theunusualjunction.com • e-mail: universe@nationwide.net Hours: 10am-6pm, 7 days a week


One of Ohio’s most unique shopping & dining destinations, set in a Historic Railroad Station and Antique Train cars containing specialty shops, Amish cheese outlet, primi- tives, collectables, a gourmet food market and a Rock & Roll era diner. See the origi- nal autographed “Price is Right” studio sign. Also visit Medbery Marketplace at Historic Roscoe Village. Visit their website at www.medberymarketplace.com.


New Towne Mall 400 Mill Avenue SE, Suite C8, New Philadelphia, 44663 330-339-8700 • Fax: 330-339-7374 www.newtownemall.com • e-mail: info@newtownemall.com Hours: Mon-Sat, 10am-9pm; Sun, 12-6pm


Over 70 great stores and restaurants, including Elder Beerman, JC Penney, JoAnn Fabrics, Kohl’s, RadioShack, Regal Cinemas, Sears, Super Fitness and The Play Garden to keep youngsters occupied. All this under one roof, by taking 1-77 to US 250 east, first exit.


Spies Farms Antiques 2694 State Route 39 NW, Dover, 44622 330-343-8358 Hours: Mon-Wed - Open at discretion of owner. Thur-Sat, 8am-5:30pm (open during winter as weather permits)


Antiques, collectibles, “stuff and such” displayed in 100-year-old barn built with hand-hewn log beams –– a unique home for unusual vintage items. View restored log cabin on premises.


Tourism tip: Love to watch a movie under the stars? Ohio’s oldest drive-in theater and the second oldest in America is The Lynn Auto Theater in Strasburg, Ohio.


Norma Johnson Center Open to Public Year-round Dawn to Dusk


The NJC offers the public free use of over six miles of hiking trails on the 303 acres of land reserved for conservation and preservation practices. Attractions include: three separate hiking loops each over a mile long, picnic shelter, wetland, fi ve ponds, duck blind, children’s clubhouse, a boardwalk, suspension bridge and much more. Dogs are welcome on a leash. Our 1861 Christian Perishing Barn is listed on the historic registry.


Located 3 miles west of Dover Exit 83 or 6 miles east of Sugarcreek.


Offi ce Hours: 7:30 to 4 330.339.7976


www.normajohnsoncenter.com


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Special events and children’s programs are offered year round. Call the offi ce or check our website for up to date information.


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