The 3rd Annual Schoenbrunn Village Colonial Fair was held October 15 and 16, 2011, in New Philadelphia, Ohio. The event, which helps to promote and raise funds for the operation of this historic site, was open to the public from 10 to 5 on Saturday, and 10 to 4 on Sunday. Craftspeople displayed a wide selection of reproduction colonial and native goods for purchase, and dozens of re-enactors demonstrated 18th century militia drill and musket firing, native skills and clothing, medical and apothecary displays, and several other demonstrations of colonial life in the Ohio Territory.
Schoenbrunn Village is a recreation of the Deleware/Moravian Indian Village established by Missionary David Ziesberger in 1772. Until it was abandoned in 1777 Schoenbrunn steadily grew boasting over 60 dwellings and 300 inhabitants. Today's recreated village contains numerous square and round log cabins, a meetinghouse, and a school, as well as the original cemetery on the village grounds. The 4th Annual Village Fair is scheduled for October 20, 21, 2012.