Fort Loramie German Heritage Days Festival


Another stop on the Point 5K walk/run where participants must spin the wheel and sample whatever beverage the wheel stops at during the Fort Loramie German Heritage Days Festival.

Another stop on the Point 5K walk/run where participants must spin the wheel and sample whatever beverage the wheel stops at during the Fort Loramie German Heritage Days Festival.


Steve Egbert | Sidney Daily News

A large portion of the community turns out to support the Fort Loramie German Heritage Days Festival.


Steve Egbert | Sidney Daily News

The first stop on the Point 5K walk/run where participants must sample the drink and identify it during the Fort Loramie German Heritage Days Festival.


Steve Egbert | Sidney Daily News

Ron Gaier, Fort Loramie, admires a 1972 Dodge Demon owned by Marvin Wente, of New Bremen


Steve Egbert | Sidney Daily News

Brad Olberding, Troy, left, serves as announcer and plays the background German music that entertains the community. Olberding is speaking with Edmund and Brandi Olberding of Fort Loramie.


Steve Egbert | Sidney Daily News

Larry Luthman, Anna, polishes his 1958 Chevy Biscayne.


Steve Egbert | Sidney Daily News

The start of the Point 5K walk/run during the Fort Loramie German Heritage Days Festival.


Steve Egbert | Sidney Daily News

“Rip” Van Winkle, Newport, makes an adjustment on the engine of his rare 1942 Ford Deluxe Coup.


Steve Egbert | Sidney Daily News

Russ Seger, Fort Loramie, keeps the community fed during the Fort Loramie German Heritage Days Festival.


Steve Egbert | Sidney Daily News

Paul and Erin Rowe of New Knoxville examine the likeness of Peter Loramie in the Fort Loramie Historical Museum.


Steve Egbert | Sidney Daily News

Jim McGowan, Fort Loramie, provides entertainment at the Gazebo during the Fort Loramie German Heritage Days Festival.


Steve Egbert | Sidney Daily News

Stephanie Turner, Fort Loramie, left purchases 50/50 tickets from Cherie Drees of Fort Loramie.


Steve Egbert | Sidney Daily News

Chistopher Wetzel, 3, can’t keep from dancing to the beat of the German music. Christopher is the son of Rob and Holly Wetzel, Columbus.


Steve Egbert | Sidney Daily News

Another stop on the Point 5K walk/run where participants must spin the wheel and sample whatever beverage the wheel stops at during the Fort Loramie German Heritage Days Festival.

A large portion of the community turns out to support the Fort Loramie German Heritage Days Festival.

The first stop on the Point 5K walk/run where participants must sample the drink and identify it during the Fort Loramie German Heritage Days Festival.

Ron Gaier, Fort Loramie, admires a 1972 Dodge Demon owned by Marvin Wente, of New Bremen

Brad Olberding, Troy, left, serves as announcer and plays the background German music that entertains the community. Olberding is speaking with Edmund and Brandi Olberding of Fort Loramie.

Larry Luthman, Anna, polishes his 1958 Chevy Biscayne.

The start of the Point 5K walk/run during the Fort Loramie German Heritage Days Festival.

“Rip” Van Winkle, Newport, makes an adjustment on the engine of his rare 1942 Ford Deluxe Coup.

Russ Seger, Fort Loramie, keeps the community fed during the Fort Loramie German Heritage Days Festival.

Paul and Erin Rowe of New Knoxville examine the likeness of Peter Loramie in the Fort Loramie Historical Museum.

Jim McGowan, Fort Loramie, provides entertainment at the Gazebo during the Fort Loramie German Heritage Days Festival.

Stephanie Turner, Fort Loramie, left purchases 50/50 tickets from Cherie Drees of Fort Loramie.

Chistopher Wetzel, 3, can’t keep from dancing to the beat of the German music. Christopher is the son of Rob and Holly Wetzel, Columbus.

Another stop on the Point 5K walk/run where participants must spin the wheel and sample whatever beverage the wheel stops at during the Fort Loramie German Heritage Days Festival.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/09/web1_DSC_1688.jpgAnother stop on the Point 5K walk/run where participants must spin the wheel and sample whatever beverage the wheel stops at during the Fort Loramie German Heritage Days Festival. Steve Egbert | Sidney Daily News

A large portion of the community turns out to support the Fort Loramie German Heritage Days Festival.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/09/web1_DSC_1758.jpgA large portion of the community turns out to support the Fort Loramie German Heritage Days Festival. Steve Egbert | Sidney Daily News

The first stop on the Point 5K walk/run where participants must sample the drink and identify it during the Fort Loramie German Heritage Days Festival.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/09/web1_DSC_1677.jpgThe first stop on the Point 5K walk/run where participants must sample the drink and identify it during the Fort Loramie German Heritage Days Festival. Steve Egbert | Sidney Daily News

Ron Gaier, Fort Loramie, admires a 1972 Dodge Demon owned by Marvin Wente, of New Bremen
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/09/web1_DSC_1705.jpgRon Gaier, Fort Loramie, admires a 1972 Dodge Demon owned by Marvin Wente, of New Bremen Steve Egbert | Sidney Daily News

Brad Olberding, Troy, left, serves as announcer and plays the background German music that entertains the community. Olberding is speaking with Edmund and Brandi Olberding of Fort Loramie.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/09/web1_DSC_1699.jpgBrad Olberding, Troy, left, serves as announcer and plays the background German music that entertains the community. Olberding is speaking with Edmund and Brandi Olberding of Fort Loramie. Steve Egbert | Sidney Daily News

Larry Luthman, Anna, polishes his 1958 Chevy Biscayne.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/09/web1_DSC_1633.jpgLarry Luthman, Anna, polishes his 1958 Chevy Biscayne. Steve Egbert | Sidney Daily News

The start of the Point 5K walk/run during the Fort Loramie German Heritage Days Festival.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/09/web1_DSC_1664.jpgThe start of the Point 5K walk/run during the Fort Loramie German Heritage Days Festival. Steve Egbert | Sidney Daily News

“Rip” Van Winkle, Newport, makes an adjustment on the engine of his rare 1942 Ford Deluxe Coup.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/09/web1_DSC_1628.jpg“Rip” Van Winkle, Newport, makes an adjustment on the engine of his rare 1942 Ford Deluxe Coup. Steve Egbert | Sidney Daily News

Russ Seger, Fort Loramie, keeps the community fed during the Fort Loramie German Heritage Days Festival.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/09/web1_DSC_1659.jpgRuss Seger, Fort Loramie, keeps the community fed during the Fort Loramie German Heritage Days Festival. Steve Egbert | Sidney Daily News

Paul and Erin Rowe of New Knoxville examine the likeness of Peter Loramie in the Fort Loramie Historical Museum.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/09/web1_DSC_1726.jpgPaul and Erin Rowe of New Knoxville examine the likeness of Peter Loramie in the Fort Loramie Historical Museum. Steve Egbert | Sidney Daily News

Jim McGowan, Fort Loramie, provides entertainment at the Gazebo during the Fort Loramie German Heritage Days Festival.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/09/web1_DSC_1752.jpgJim McGowan, Fort Loramie, provides entertainment at the Gazebo during the Fort Loramie German Heritage Days Festival. Steve Egbert | Sidney Daily News

Stephanie Turner, Fort Loramie, left purchases 50/50 tickets from Cherie Drees of Fort Loramie.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/09/web1_DSC_1735.jpgStephanie Turner, Fort Loramie, left purchases 50/50 tickets from Cherie Drees of Fort Loramie. Steve Egbert | Sidney Daily News

Chistopher Wetzel, 3, can’t keep from dancing to the beat of the German music. Christopher is the son of Rob and Holly Wetzel, Columbus.
https://www.sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/47/2022/09/web1_DSC_1764.jpgChistopher Wetzel, 3, can’t keep from dancing to the beat of the German music. Christopher is the son of Rob and Holly Wetzel, Columbus. Steve Egbert | Sidney Daily News