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Calendar of Events

Here we may list the activities scheduled for the next couple of months. We update this page frequently, so check back often to stay up to date.

Sept. 11th-Ohio State Labor Party Forum, Cleveland 11am

Sept. 24th-Toledo Chamber of Commerce Meeting 8am

Sept. 27th-Ohio Center for Law-Related Education’s 20th annual Law & Citizenship Conference. Columbus, Ohio 9am

Oct. 2nd-3rd-Coshocton County Fair

Oct. 15th-Toledo Candidate Forum Debate 10am

Oct. 20th-Labre High School, Political Forum 6:30pm

On Saturday, September 11, 2010, members of the Green and Socialist Parties, and Alan Benjamin of the San Fransisco Labor Council and AFL-CIO will hold a public hearing in Ohio on third party politics.

Date — Saturday, September 11, 2010
Time — 11:00am – 1:00pm
Location — University Heights Public Library
Address — 13866 Cedar Rd.
City and State — Cleveland, OH
Zip Code — 44118

The topic will be organizing solid alternatives to the two corporate-owned political parties that now dominate government. Scheduled speakers will include "Dennis Spisak (Green candidate for Governor of Ohio)" and "Dan LaBotz (Socialist candidate for U.S. Senate from Ohio)," according to the FaceBook event page. The public forum is sponsored by the Ohio State Labor Party.

This is a public forum that should be taking place in all parts of the country. The two corporate-owned parties, the Democrats and the Republicans, represent only one group in America: large corporations (and the very wealthy thugs that own them). They respond to nothing and no one else. Everything they do is based on the premise that what’s good for corporations and the very wealthy is good for corporations and the very wealthy, and everyone else can go fly a kite. At this point, why wouldn’t a left-winger want to explore alternatives to political parties that don’t represent us, and which actively work against us?

We can make excuses for not organizing the left into a cohesive movement capable of shaping American politics, or we can stop doing that and start organizing. Yes, it means supporting third party candidates — even (and especially) if said candidates are written off as not having a chance of winning. By continuing to waste our time, money, and votes on Democrats, we guarantee that nothing changes. But by devoting those resources to the Greens, the Socialists, the Progressives, the Laborers, and others, we have a shot at pulling the political pendulum in America back to the left. We do this by sending the message that we will back those politicians who prove by their actions that they genuinely represent us. Without that pressure, we have absolutely no leverage against Democrats to pass progressive legislation. None. The "change-from-within" method is a failure, and it is foolhardy to continue relying on that alone. Pressure has to come as well from the outside.

2010 Ohio County Fair Dates!


Ohio State Fair (Columbus) July 28-August 8 County Fair & Location


County Fair & Location


Adams County Fair (West Union)

July 18-24

Mahoning County Fair (Canfield)

Sept 1-6

Allen County Fair (Lima)

Aug 20-28

Marion County Fair (Marion)

June 28-July 4

Ashland County Fair (Ashland)

Sept 19-25

Medina County Fair (Medina)

Aug 2-8

Ashtabula County Fair (Jefferson)

Aug 10-15

Meigs County Fair (Pomeroy)

Aug 16-21

Athens County Fair (Athens)

Aug 6-14

Mercer County Fair (Celina)

Aug 13-19

Auglaize County Fair (Wapakoneta)

Aug 1-7

Miami County Fair (Troy)

Aug 13-19

Belmont County Fair (St. Clairsville)

Sept 7-12

Monroe County Fair (Woodsfield)

Aug 23-28

Brown County Fair (Georgetown)

Sept 27-Oct 2

Montgomery County Fair (Dayton)

Sept 1-6

Butler County Fair (Hamilton)

July 25-31

Morgan County Fair (McConnelsville)

Sept 7-11

Carroll County Fair (Carrollton)

July 20-25

Morrow County Fair (Mt. Gilead)

Aug 30-Sept 6

Champaign County Fair (Urbana)

Aug 6-13

Muskingum County Fair (Zanesville)

Aug 15-21

Clark County Fair (Springfield)

July 23-30

Noble County Fair (Caldwell)

Aug 30-Sept 4

Clermont County Fair (Owensville)

July 25-31

Ottawa County Fair (Oak Harbor)

July 19-25

Clinton County Fair (Wilmington)

July 10-17

Paulding County Fair (Paulding)

June 14-19

Columbiana County Fair (Lisbon)

Aug 2-8

Perry County Fair (New Lexington)

July 19-24

Coshocton County Fair (Coshocton)

Oct 1-7

Pickaway County Fair (Circleville)

June 19-26

Crawford County Fair (Bucyrus)

July 18-24

Pike County Fair (Piketon)

July 30-Aug 7

Cuyahoga County Fair (Berea)

Aug 9-15

Portage County Fair (Randolph)

Aug 24-29

Darke County Fair (Greenville)

Aug 20-28

Preble County Fair (Eaton)

July 31- Aug 7

Defiance County Fair (Hicksville)

Aug 21-28

Putnam County Fair (Ottawa)

June 22-27

Delaware County Fair (Delaware)

Sept 18-25

Richland County Fair (Mansfield)

Aug 8-14

Erie County Fair (Sandusky)

Aug 10-15

Ross County Fair (Chillicothe)

Aug 7-14

Fairfield County Fair (Lancaster)

Oct 10-16

Sandusky County Fair (Fremont)

Aug 24-29

Fayette County Fair (Washington C.H.)

July 19-24

Scioto County Fair (Lucasville)

Aug 9-14

Franklin County Fair (Hilliard)

July 17-24

Seneca County Fair (Tiffin)

July 25-Aug 1

Fulton County Fair (Wauseon)

Sept 3-9

Shelby County Fair (Sidney)

July 25-31

Gallia County Fair (Gallipolis)

Aug 2-7

Stark County Fair (Canton)

Aug 31-Sept 6

Geauga County Fair (Burton)

Sept 2-6

Summit County Fair (Tallmadge)

July 24-Aug 1

Greene County Fair (Xenia)

Aug 1-7

Trumbull County Fair (Cortland)

June 29- July 4

Guernsey County Fair (Old Washington)

Sept 13-19

Tuscarawas County Fair (Dover)

Sept 20-26

Hamilton County Fair (Carthage)

Aug 10-14

Union County Fair (Marysville)

July 25-Aug 1

Hancock County Fair (Findlay)

Sept 1-6

Van Wert County Fair (Van Wert)

Sept 1-8

Hardin County Fair (Kenton)

Sept 7-12

Vinton County Fair (McArthur)

July 25-31

Harrison County Fair (Cadiz)

July 6-10

Warren County Fair (Lebanon)

July 19-24

Henry County Fair (Napoleon)

Aug 13-19

Washington County Fair (Marietta)

Sept 4-7

Highland County Fair (Hillsboro)

Sept 4-11

Wayne County Fair (Wooster)

Sept 11-16

Hocking County Fair (Logan)

Sept 13-18

Williams County Fair (Montpelier)

Sept 11-18

Holmes County Fair (Millersburg)

Aug 16-21

Wood County Fair (Bowling Green)

Aug 3-9

Huron County Fair (Norwalk)

Aug 16-21

Wyandot County Fair (Upper Sandusky)

Sept 14-19

Jackson County Fair (Wellston)

July 16-24

Jefferson County Fair (Smithfield)

Aug 17-22

Independent Fair & County


Knox County Fair (Mt. Vernon)

July 24-31

Albany Independent Fair (Athens Co.)

Sept 8-12

Lake County Fair (Painesville)

Aug 17-22

Attica Independent Fair (Seneca Co.)

Aug 10-14

Lawrence County Fair (Proctorville)

July 10-17

Barlow Independent Fair (Washington Co.)

Sept 23-26

Logan County Fair (Bellefontaine)

July 13-18

Bellville Independent Fair (Richland Co.)

Sept 15-18

Lorain County Fair (Wellington)

Aug 23-29

Hartford Independent Fair (Licking Co.)

Aug 8-14

Lucas County Fair (Maumee)

July 27-Aug 1

Loudonville Independent Fair (Ashland Co.)

Oct 5-9

Madison County Fair (London)

July 10-17

Richwood Independent Fair (Union Co.)

Sept 1-6

We encourage anybody interested to participate in one of the events listed above!