The Twins Days Festival in Twinsburg, Ohio is the largest annual gathering of twins (& other multiples) in the world!
To honor of the founding of Twinsburg in 1817 by identical twins Aaron and Moses Wilcox, this year the city and community of Twinsburg will celebrate its bicentennial! Twins Days wants to take this year to honor this historic occasion and to reflect on how the community has grown and changed, and all the places we have traveled and come from.
With this in mind we would also like to celebrate twins’ heritage by announcing this year’s Twins Days official slogan:
“Twins Days 2017—TwinCentennial”
This year, twins are encouraged to dress according to their country of origin, to show their state or city pride, or to represent their family heritage. For example, if your family is originally from France or Italy you can dress to represent this.
The bicentennial is not only a celebration of the history of Twinsburg, but also a celebration of twins too. So, showcase your national pride, and show our unity as a twin community no matter where in this world you are from!
For more information about the events that the City of Twinsburg has planned to celebrate its bicentennial, and for historical information and stories about the city, please visit the City of Twinsburg’s Official Bicentennial website here: Twinsburg200.com
The Twins Days Festival is open to all multiples — identical, fraternal, young and old, twins, triplets, quads — and their families. Registering for the festival is a great deal, and helps with our attendance counts, which in turn helps with promotions and sponsorships that support this festival. Admission to the grounds for the public, non-registered twins, and families of registered twins is $4.00/person per day (children 5 & under can enter for free. Admission is also free to Twinsburg residents, with proof of residency).
Public parking is available near the festival grounds for $3/day, with regular shuttles running between the parking lots and the festival grounds.
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