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Posted by Randy on 2014/7/29 6:43:46 (153 reads) News by the same author

Some local individuals are lending their acting talents to Sliced Bread Saturday, a new festival planned for Downtown Chillicothe on Saturday August 2nd.
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“A Walk In Time” is a guided mural tour featuring interpretive actors at eight downtown murals.

The tours run from 8 to 10 o'clock Saturday morning beginning at the Livingston County Courthouse. The tours are free and will depart about every 15 minutes from the Courthouse. Each ‘Walk In Time’ mural tour lasts 20-30 minutes.

Featured are eight of Chillicothe’s 18 historic downtown murals including Windows In Time, Milbank Mills, Palace of Fashion, Going Places, Transportation, Agriculture, The Chillicothe Business College and Home of Sliced Bread.

Seven local actors and one visiting actor are portraying historic figures at each mural. They are Will Keiffer, Bruce Brodmerkle, Sue Bachman, Lisa Marks, Noah Holland, Lisa Rule, Carly Hibner and Eric Sensenich.

Sliced Bread Saturday features many more activities throughout the day.

Other highlights include: entertainment on stage by Dino and the Velociraptors and Drum Safari, music provided by D-J Ed Englert, the Kiwanis children’s area with games and activities, sidewalk sales, venders, and the annual bread baking contest.

Saturday events are free of charge and presented by Main Street Chillicothe and the Greater Chillicothe Visitors Region.

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