Vintage Base Ball Festival

Date: May 5th & May 6th

We are going to have a weekend of Vintage Base Ball with games being played between different teams all day Saturday and all day Sunday. Bring the family out to see how the game was played 150 years ago and marvel at how much it has changed over the years. Kids and adults alike will be amazed at how the game was played.

These teams play by the original rules of base ball along with vintage uniforms and equipment. It is truly amazing to watch them play the game the way that it was originally intended to be played. The kids will not believe how they can be up close to the players and see how the game they know so well started off.

Below is the current schedule for Saturday's games. Keep an eye here as the schedule is subject to change:

The match ups for Saturday (05/05) will be:
9:00 am -
10:30 am -
12:00 pm (noon) - Eastwood Iron Horses & Columbus Capitals
1:30 pm - Moscow Monarchs & Columbus Capitals
3:00 pm - Eastwood Iron Horses & Akron Black Stockings
4:30 pm - Moscow Monarchs & Akron Black Stockings
6:00 pm - **Possible Women's Teams Playing**

The match ups for Sunday (05/06) will be:
9:00 am - Akron Black Stockings & Ohio Village Muffins
10:30 am - Akron Black Stockings & Blackbottom 9
12:00 pm (noon) - Ohio Village Muffins & Moscow Monarchs
1:30 pm - Blackbottom 9 & Losantiville Black Stockings
3:00 pm - Moscow Monarchs & Tippecanoe Canal Jumpers
4:30 pm - Losantiville Black Stockings & Eastwood Iron Horses
6:00 pm - Eastwood Iron Horses & Tippecanoe Canal Jumpers

Between games you can wander through the village and check out all of our period authentic buildings. All buildings will be open and House Parents present to talk with you about the building and the Village. We will also have some great food for sale at our kitchen.

Hours: 9:00 AM to 7:00 PM

Cost: $5 per person 16 and older which will get you in to see as many of the games on this day as you would like.

*all proceeds from the Pioneer Village events go to sustaining and maintaining the Pioneer Village and its buildings