Wauseon Christmas Parade

      Saturday, November 30th

                    7:00 pm            

Photo Credit: David Coehrs

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Christmas Parade 2013 Prince and Princes

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Santa Claus to Visit Local Children at the Wauseon Depot

The Board of Trustees of the Fulton County Historical Society has announced the dates of Santa Claus’s visits to the Wauseon Depot, 128 Depot St:

Tuesday to Friday, Dec. 17-20, 6:30-8 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday, Dec. 21-22, 2:30-4 p.m.; Monday, Dec. 23, 6:30-8 p.m.

A large model train set will also be featured.

December13th, 2019

The beloved local holiday tradition continues! On Saturday, December 14th, from 9:00 am to 12:00 noon, stop by the Wauseon Congregational United Church of Christ on the corner of Clinton and Elm Streets for a delicious selection of home baked cookies and Christmas treats. The event is a benefit fo the Wauseon School Food Pantry. Abundant parking is available at the community lots across from and behind the church building. Enjoy a cup of hot Christmas tea with your family and friends as you make your selections.

 December 13. 2019, 2019

Christmas Dinner Planned at Senior Center

Fulton County Senior Center and Wauseon Rotary Club would like to invite the community to the annual Christmas dinner held at the Fulton County Senior Center on Wednesday, December 25th from 11:30 an to 2:00 pm.  This meal invitation is open to all ages in the community. If homebound seniors need a meal delivered to them, please contact the Senior Center at:

419 337 9299 and request a delivery from for the Christmas meal. A freewill offering will be accepted to: Fulton County Community Dinner.

December 13, 2019
Continuing Exhibit At The Fulton County Museum

Wood Campbell left a legacy of showmanship that captivated audiences across the nation. His exploits have been captured in “The Amazing Showman of Clinton Street: The World of Wood Campbell, P.T. Barnum and Wild Bill Cody,” a special Museum of Fulton County exhibit. The exhibit  include historical photos, authentic Native American costumes from Buffalo Bill’s Wild West Show, and show items used by Woodson and Cody including a 19th century circus tent and a Fiji mermaid. Held in the museum’s 1,000 square foot middle gallery, “The Amazing Showman” exhibit will run through April 20, 2020.

December 13, 2019

Congregational UCC
Christmas Eve Service
11:00 pm Corner of Clinton and Elm Streets




Downtown Wauseon Association Mission Statement

The purpose of the Wauseon Downtown Association is to promote a vital community through marketing, promoting special events and development of leadership in the downtown district. Our organization meets to promote the downtown area, member businesses, and the community at large.


Membership in the Wauseon Downtown Association will be composed of merchants, restaurant owners, business leaders, non-profits, property owners and advocates to the downtown district.


A Personal Invitation From WDA President, James Kerr

   I arrived in Fulton County in 1959 at the age of four.

My parents, Robert and Marcia Kerr brought their family of

four boys to start the Blue Skies Orchard at the former

McConkey farm just north of town.

   Like so many who grew up outside of town, we came to

the downtown area to go to school and church and to shop. In the summer we played ball under the lights at the diamonds by Harmon Field, and on really hot days we swam at the Wauseon Public Pool at Reighard Park. The Homecoming was a social highlight in the summer. Santa visited the downtown in December while the star at the south end of Fulton Street and the live, colorfully lighted trees at every pole greeted the downtown shoppers.

    I joined the Wauseon Downtown Association because I believe that the historic downtown must continue to be the focus of our community. Change is a constant in our lives together, yet amid these changes some historic aspects must be conserved, valued, and restored.

    Together, with advocates and volunteers from our merchants, clubs,  organizations, and churches, the Wauseon Downtown Association is investing in the future. We need the support of many friends who help to make the Wauseon Strawberry Festival, the Farmers' Market,  the Christmas Parade, the Wauseon Window Wonderland Competition, and the Wauseon Downtown Chocolate Walk  possible. Stay in touch and join us in sponsoring these events and more.