Fresh fruits, vegetables, flowers, herbs, and even homemade maple syrup...you can find these things and more at the Farmers' Market in downtown Wooster every Saturday from 8:00am-12:00pm. Everything is grown or made locally, so there are usually some Amish vendors here as well. Live music is provided.
The Ohio Light Opera (OLO) was formed in 1979 at The College of Wooster and is devoted to operetta, including the entire Gilbert & Sullivan repertoire! It is a professional company that performs June-August at the college's Freedlander Theater. Performances range from "Oklahoma!" to "The Mikado" and beyond, and tickets are priced at $41 for adults and $15 for students.
If you're in the mood for the great outdoors, Mohican State Park is the place to be. Located in Loudonville, about 30 minutes west of Wooster, it's home to one of Ohio's covered bridges, Clear Fork Branch, Pleasant Hill Dam, and the beautiful Mohican River. There are dozens of mountain biking and hiking trails, camp sites, and cottages, as well as a canoe livery, a gorge overlook, and a fire tower for you to climb just in case hiking isn't your preferred method of exercise!
Also, TWICE A YEAR, usually in July and September, Mohican hosts The Great Mohican Indian Pow-Wow, featuring genuine Native American dance groups who compete for $9,000 in prize money. Check here for details: http://www.mohicanpowwow.com/
A corn maze in the shape of Ohio...a giant pumpkin patch...a spud slinger...a corn crib chute...hay rides...a petting zoo...the possibilities for fun are endless at Ramseyer Farms, a fifth-generation family farm located in good old Wooster. Their "Grand Opening Celebration" is always in late September, with weekends in October being the most popular times to visit.