Final Friday Concert Series

Free and open to the public, The Final Friday Concert Series features three bands, friends old and new and all of your favorite refreshments! Lawn chairs are encouraged. The Brickyard 419-522-0099 info@downtownmansfield.com www.brickyardmansfield.com

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This Too Shall Pass—Emerging Artists at the Renaissance Theatre

Inspired by Dante’s Inferno, Allie Carter and Aaron Nicolas have created a musical journey through the personal hell of one man as the last fourteen years of his life unfold to reveal a labyrinth of betrayal, lies, manipulation, guilt, sexual debauchery and murder. It’s a stunning visual and musical experience that combines storytelling with modern…

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This Too Shall Pass—Emerging Artists at the Renaissance Theatre

Inspired by Dante’s Inferno, Allie Carter and Aaron Nicolas have created a musical journey through the personal hell of one man as the last fourteen years of his life unfold to reveal a labyrinth of betrayal, lies, manipulation, guilt, sexual debauchery and murder. It’s a stunning visual and musical experience that combines storytelling with modern…

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Final Friday Concert Series

Free and open to the public, The Final Friday Concert Series features three bands, friends old and new and all of your favorite refreshments! Lawn chairs are encouraged. The Brickyard 419-522-0099 info@downtownmansfield.com www.brickyardmansfield.com

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Summer Market in the Historic Carrousel District

Enjoy fresh summer produce.  If you are interested in being a part of our Summer Market in downtown Mansfield, this event will take place Saturdays 10am-2pm at 3rd Cup Tea.  Located at 101 N. Main St., Mansfield. Any questions, visit 3rd Cup Tea Facebook page- https://www.facebook.com/3rdCupTea

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6th Annual American Heritage Days

The Richland Early American Center for History invites you to discover life in early America during the 18th and 19th Century from living historical reenactors. Throughout the day there will be crafts, trades, demonstrations, and activities, including Blacksmithing, Games and Children’s Activities, Open Hearth Cooking Demonstrations, and Civilian and Military Reenactments. Admission and parking are…

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6th Annual American Heritage Days

The Richland Early American Center for History invites you to discover life in early America during the 18th and 19th Century from living historical reenactors. Throughout the day there will be crafts, trades, demonstrations, and activities, including Blacksmithing, Games and Children’s Activities, Open Hearth Cooking Demonstrations, and Civilian and Military Reenactments. Admission and parking are…

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