June 21, 2013
A Juneteenth Jubilee celebrates the end of legalized slavery in America with a day of entertainment and events starting at noon on Saturday at the Cheryl Allen Southside Community Center and Martin Luther King Jr. Park. Free.
Riverside Wine Festival offers domestic and foreign “Wines of the World” from 1 to 9 p.m. Saturday at Riverside Park, 219 McManness Ave., Findlay. Also, fourmet foods from local eateries, entertainments, fine arts and crafts. Cost is $25, which includes a commemorativve wine glass and 10 tastings. Cost is $10 for designated drivers and those under 21. No pets.
26th Annual Maria Stein Country Fest runs today through Sunday on the grounds of the Maria Stein Relic Shrine. Entertainment includes the High Flying Pages and the Country Fest Tractor Square Dancers. Events include antique tractor pulls, lawn mower races, chainsaw wood carving, rides, competitions, corn hole, diaper derby and a 5K run. Entertainment by Grove Hill, Empty Tank and Her & Kings County. Schedule and information at www.mscountryfest.com.