The Gathering at Garst, a free community event is this weekend, July 28 and 29 at The Garst Museum in Greenville, Ohio. The Garst Museum grounds and Living History Encampment will be brimming with the sights and sounds of the past including merchants, live cannon fire, the echoes of muzzle loader demonstrations and the clip clop of horse drawn carriage rides throughout the two-day event.
Parking at the Gathering at Garst will be available on the east side of the Garst Museum property at the intersection of Garst Avenue and Wilson Drive. This lot can be accessed at the end of Garst Avenue near the Health Dept. or from the Greenville City Park area. Additionally, parking is available south of the Garst Museum in former Buchy lot, and in the Hamilton lot off of Broadway. There is a $2.00 fee to park in these locations. Very limited handicapped parking for a $2.00 fee will be available on Wilson Ave. next to the museum. Handicapped access to the Gathering at Garst is assessable via Broadway. Please note that there is no parking in the neighborhood north of the Garst Museum.
Mark your calendars for July 28th (10am-9pm) and July 29th (11am-4pm) and visit our website to learn more about experiencing The Gathering at Garst during this FREE community event.
Website: www.gatheringatgarst.com or Email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Click here for downloadable map