A non-profit, community-based group that recognizes cultural heritage and celebrates cultural diversity by organizing, promoting and hosting events such as the annual Blues Fest, the annual celebration of Kwaanza, and other cultural and cross-cultural events throughout the year in and around Yellow Springs.
P.O. Box 441, Yellow Springs, OH 45387
Homemade craft good including glassware, wreathes, Ohio native ornaments, and apparel. Products can be found at Yellow Springs Street Fair on the 2nd Saturday in October.
A nonprofit leader in wholesale power supply for municipal electric systems helping member communities control their destinies in the volatile world of power supply, serving 129 member communities and approximately 625,000 customers. The power supplier for the Village of Yellow Springs.
1111 Schrock Road, Suite 100, Columbus, OH 43229
Providing a full line of insurance services to individuals and businesses. Committed to protecting the financial security of our clients through comprehensive insurance policies and personalized risk management services. Excellent customer service for five generations coupled with strong and competitive insurance markets.
242 N. Detroit Street, Xenia, OH 45385
Providing administrative services for executives, small businesses, non-profits and creative professionals. Specialties include Annual Reports, board meeting preparation and office organization.
Providing human dimensions for design solutions for business and government; the nation's leading provider of body size information for use in the design and sizing of your products and workspaces. Specializing in developing accurate sizing systems and improving garment fit, using 3-D scanning.
503 Xenia Avenue, Yellow Springs, OH 45387
Antioch College is an innovative and progressive four-year residential liberal arts college, dedicated to pursuing new and better ways of living and learning in our world.
The Antioch experience has three core elements: classroom, co-op and community. At Antioch, education and opportunities for growth are not confined to the campus, but take place throughout the community, and in the world at-large. The Antioch experience encourages students to explore broad perspectives on today’s critical issues, and own their education.
One Morgan Place, Yellow Springs, OH 45387
This comfortable guesthouse is great for families or groups up to 10 people. This lovely two-story, four bedroom house offers comfortable living spaces, fully equipped kitchen and large backyard with patio, grill, fire-pit, and gazebo. Built in 1870, this house was once the home of the village postmaster. Adjacent to Antioch College, four blocks from downtown. 801 Xenia Avenue, Yellow Springs, OH 45387
Offering child-centered programs for nursery, kindergarten, and traditional grade school ages in mixed-age groups, the Younger Group, and the Older Group. One of the oldest alternative schools in the country, founded in 1921 by Arthur Morgan, then president of Antioch College; the school is run by the teachers, a school manager, parents and a Board of Directors. It is a place in which children are encouraged to pursue their innate curiosity wherever, and as far as, their abilities can take them.
P.O. Box 242, Yellow Springs, OH 45387