It's promoted as the oldest festival in Ohio, beginning in 1873, so why not highlight it with one of America's best known and iconic corporate symbols.
The Kalida Pioneer Days festival, sponsored by the Kalida Lions Club, is again hosting the famous Budweiser Clydesdales. The first time since 2005.
The corporate symbol of the king of beers is a major draw to the festival. One of the groups that got to see the giant horses were residents of three Putnam County nursing homes. A trip worthwhile for 95 year old Elmer Fortman.
The four day festival has a car show, BMX bike show, crafts, cornhole, plenty of food and beverages, and of course the Clydesdales. For a full schedule of events, go to http://pioneerdays.com/ to find out when your favorite activity takes place.