From May 23 to August 29, the downtown area will feature live music, craft vendors, food trucks, face painting and more.

ROSSFORD, Ohio — Downtown Rossford is expected to become even more vibrant in the summer of 2023 with the introduction of a DORA (Designated Outdoor Recreation Area) during the annual Walk the Street events.

Sip and stroll the streets of Rossford, enjoying the sights and sounds around Edward Ford Memorial Park. From May 23rd to August 29th, the downtown area will feature live music, craft vendors, face painting for kids, and even painting for adults.

Ten food trucks will line the street each week, along with stands of fresh produce available for purchase from local farmers. Event-goers can also purchase refreshments from many local businesses, including Moe’s Place, Danny’s Café and Billy V’s.

On Tuesday, May 30, merchants in the city center will join the action Rossford’s 125th Anniversary Celebration. The free trolley will take you to all participating merchants for special sales, events, and scavenger hunts for kids and adults. Along the way, participants will be able to view photos of historic buildings and circus performers from the Birds Eye View Circus.

Chances to win gas cards, food truck vouchers and more are available to those who register a classic car for the Super Cruise In event, which will be held on the third Tuesday of each month from June through August from 4 to 7 p.m.

Registered drivers will receive a $5 food coupon at any food truck. Eight $25 gas cards will also be given away in a random drawing among owners of registered vehicles.

The street walk will take place on Tuesdays from 4.30pm to 7.30pm in Rossford town centre. For more information about the event, contact Beth Henson at or Click here.

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