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Annie Oakley Days

July 25 & 26, 2015

Sanctioned by OFDAI

Hosted by

The Annie Oakley Days Festival

Greenville Ohio


York Woods: 6169 Reed Road, Ansonia, OH 45303,

 US 127, about 7 miles North of Greenville

Contests will be under a tent

Sat. AM, July 25 - Thumbing – practice 9:00 AM to 9:45 AM

Contest starts 10:00 AM – Entry fee = $17.00

Events – 8' SW, 15' to 5' step up SW, 12' SW & 5' SW

Sat. Open. after thumbing contest, Entry fee = $17.00

Events – 15' SW, 12' SW, 6' SW, 15' TO 8' W &D WAX

Sunday July 26 – open – No Practice

Contest starts at 9:30 AM – Entry fee = $17.00

Events –10' SW, 12' SW, 15' SW & 8' SW

Two shooters at a time, elimination style, index scoring

All events shot on standard OFDAI target

Western wear mandatory

Beef Brisket by Marcia Sat evening @ 145 W Water St.

For information contact Harry Ballengee @ 937-423-2300

email hballengee@woh.rr.com

Town House Motel, 209 E Main St. Greenville, 937-548-4171

Holiday Inn Express, 1195 Russ Rd, Greenville, 937-548 -1328

Greenville Inn, 851 Martin St, Greenville, 937-548-3613

Comfort Inn, 1190 Russ Rd, Greenville, 937-316-5252


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The Annie Oakley Festival began in the summer of 1963 as the brainchild of local individuals who sought to further the memory and image of their native daughter, “Annie Oakley – Little Miss Sure Shot.”  The festival committee is a group of volunteer citizens and business owners who dedicate themselves, along with countless hours of work, to make this annual festival Darke County’s second oldest festival.


For 33 years, the festival was held behind Garst Museum.  As the museum planned to expand and the festival continued to grow, it was decided that the festival was better suited to move to the Darke County Fairgrounds.  In 1997, the festival moved to allow more room for entertainment, activities and parking.  However, due to the cost of rent for the fairgrounds, the festival was forced to charge admission to cover the rental.

In 2014 the festival moved to York Woods, home of the Darke County Steam Threshers. The tree lined walkways add to a very relaxed atmosphere and was very well received. In 2015 the committee voted to make the festival a free event. No admission to enter and no parking fee.


The core mission of The Annie Oakley Festival is honoring Darke Counties most famous Daughter.

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