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SPRING FLING FESTIVAL -- The weekend closest to these dates: May 17 - 21
Library Park, Miamisburg
Crafts, parade Sat. 9:45 a.m., entertainment, 5K run, rides and car show (Sun.)
Hrs. Sat. 9-8; Sun. noon-6 p.m. Free. Call (937) 866-1779 for more information.
STARVING ARTISTS ARTS & CRAFTS SHOW -- (Always the first full weekend after Labor Day)
Library Park, St. Rt. 725, Miamisburg
Over 200 artists and craftspeople will display and sell their handiwork for $50 or less (excluding sales tax).
Hrs. Sat. 8-5; Sun. noon-5 p.m. Free.
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Christmas Show in November at Miamisburg High School the weekend prior to Thanksgiving
Hrs. 9AM to 4PM on Saturday and from Noon until 4PM on Sunday
The fees from these shows go toward two $1100 Art scholarships to Miamisburg students each year as well as donations to the Miamisburg Police, to the Miamisburg Library, and other civic groups who help put on the shows. Canned goods are also collected at the Christmas Show which are delivered to Miamisburg Helping Hands food pantry. Call Marcy Mahle at (937) 434-6278 for more information.
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Civic Center, 10 N. First St., Miamisburg
Enter either the 8K certified run or walk competitive race, or participate in the fun walk.
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The Baum Opera House was built in 1884 by Charles Baum, who immigrated from Germany. It played a significant role in the social and cultural life of the community until the mid-seventies after the Towpath Dinner Theater went bankrupt. A series of bars occupied the Baum, the last, a teenage bar, ( supposedly no alcohol), until 1992 when the building closed. In 1994, it was sold at sheriff's sale. If there had been no takers, the building would have been demolished. A group of community residents purchased the building and began the restoration. They joined to form The Baum Opera House Association. Playhouse South presents about five plays a year here and dances, parties, school musicals and dramas, are held here. Many wedding receptions are also held and the building is available for rental. For further information please call Mady Ransdell at 866-6368.
A series of events are held each year: A spaghetti supper in April, a Victorian style show in September, a Harvest dance in October, The Turkey Trot, an 8 K. Road race each Thanksgiving morning; and a Victorian Community Holiday in December.
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Mayor Dick Church, Jr. 712 Evans Avenue 937-866-2603 Council, 1st Ward John Stalder 120 Albright Lane 937-866-7172 Council, 2nd Ward Lisa Hughes 1138 Lindsey Avenue 937-545-8337 Council, 3rd Ward Tom Nicholas 718 Helmet Place 937-859-0297 Council, 4th Ward Bob Faulkner 811 Fairway Court 937-866-6701 Council, Rep at large Charles Case 1076 Woods View Court 937-866-2840 Council, Rep at large Ryan Colvin 733 Bayberry Drive 937-859-3738 Council Rep at large/Vice Mayor Darin Preston 2172 Parkwyn Drive 937-866-8044 Most current City Council meeting agenda Most recent record of meeting minutes Board of Education Joe Idzakovich Kathleen Bates Sharon Angel Dale Toadvine Danielle Keuhnle City Manager Keith Johnson Asst. City Manager Dody Bruck Asst. to the City Manager Jolene Walker Clerk of Council Judy Barney, 937-847-6496 Public Utilities Director Steve Morrison Finance Director George Perrine Purchasing Director Gayle Caldwell Parks and Recreation Director Becky Benna City Engineer Bob Stanley Fire Chief Robert Bobbitt Chief of Police John Sedlak Law Director Phil Callahan City Planner John Creech Public Information Officer Gary Giles Development Director Keith Johnson Public Works Director Larry Retherford Human Resources Director Kathy Weisgarber President of Miamisburg Mound Community Improvement Corp. Mike Grauwelman MMCIC Income Tax Department Municipal Court Prosecutor Public Utilities Public Works (streets/refuse) Water Billing
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Location Name: Miamisburg (aka: Hole Station)
State/Province: Ohio (OH)
Country: United States (US)
Latitude: 39 38' 34" N
Longitude: 84 17' 12" W
Zip Code: 45342
10,281 square miles
25 Bridges (7 Bridges city maintained, 8 Bridges county maintained)
650 Fire Hydrants
23 Traffic Lights
Miamisburg's name was derived from the Miami Indians.
The Miamisburg Mound is one of the largest conical mounds east of the Mississippi River.
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Along with the 57 acres of park and picnic grounds, visitors can climb the 116 steps to witness the view from the top of the largest conical Native American burial mound in the state. Mound Ave., 3 mi. west of I-75, 1 mi. south of St. Rte. 725.
Miamisburg was first platted in 1818.
Local Income Tax: 1.75%
Recycling Data: Operates Own Water and Waste Treatment Plant
About the Train Derailment in Miamisburg:
CSX Transportation train derailed
on Tuesday, July 8, 1986 at 4:30 p.m.
16,000 people were evacuated
A little bit more about the history of the name "Hole Station":
About 1797, Zachariah Hole came with his family from Virginia and fearing
fighting the local Indians, he built a stockade on the West bank of the
Miami River opposite the mouth of Bear Creek. He found the Indians
friendly. To the stockade came squatters, surveying parties, and settlers
who had taken out grants and lived there until their own cabins were
completed; hence the small community came to be known as "Hole Station."
Thanks to Johanna C. Upton of the Miamisburg Public Library for much of the
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