This summer, Foothills District clergy and their families are invited to join together for an evening of fun and entertainment.
August 3 we will gather at the Sugarloaf Mountain Amphitheater, near Chillicothe, and experience the outdoor drama Tecumseh. The historic story depicts the extraordinary life of the legendary Shawnee leader as he struggles to defend his sacred homeland in the Ohio country during the late 1700’s.
This is an excellent, exciting and action-packed drama. You won’t want your family to miss it!
If you would like to explore more information about the drama or the facilities, check out their website at http://tecumsehdrama.com/.
The performance begins at 8:00 p.m. We suggest you arrive at least one hour early to the amphitheatre, but you may want to arrive in Chillicothe earlier in the day to do the “Behind the Scenes Tour” or the “Living History Tour”. These tours are at an additional cost to you and is not included in the ticket price.
You may want to plan a family day while you are in the area. There are significant historic sites near Chillicothe, such as the Hopewell Culture National Historic Park and the Adena Mansion and Gardens – home of Gov. Thomas Worthington, as well as many other activities including the Pump House Center for the Arts, a Railroad Museum and the Ross Co. Heritage Center. If you are an outdoor enthusiast, there are 5 State Parks within the county. Check out the Ross County/Chillicothe Visitor Bureau website at http://visitchillicotheohio.com/.