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Strange But True Baseball Stories

October 22, 2016 @ 8:00 am - 12:00 pm

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While binge-watching Gilmore Girls a while ago, something dawned on me. I had the realization that Grove City, Ohio is remarkably similar to the fictional town of Stars Hollow, Connecticut. For those not familiar with the show, Stars Hollow is the quaint town where Lorelai and Rory Gilmore reside. I can just picture Lorelai and Rory walking along the tree-lined streets of Grove City’s Town Center, discussing how “oy” and “poodle” are two of the funniest words in the English language or why Luke started putting nutmeg in his coffee.

To truly set the scene, we went on a little Gilmore Girls adventure of Grove City, stopping by all the unique spots that Lorelai and Rory would definitely enjoy if they visited:


1. Obviously their first stop would be Lilly’s Kitchen Table, which has a comforting retro feel, similar to Luke’s Diner.Gilmore Girls Lilly's Kitchen Table

2. They would both order coffee, mmmm….coffee, coffee, coffee!

Gilmore Girls Coffee Coffee Coffee

3. Rory would insist that they stop by the local used bookshop, Read It Again Books, so she can pick up a couple (okay, maybe more than a couple) new reads.Gilmore Girls Read It Again 1

4. They would enjoy some quality people-watching in the Town Center gazebo, which is remarkably similar to the one in Stars Hollow.

Gilmore Girls Gazebo

5. Although Grove City doesn’t have a Revolutionary War reenactment like Stars Hollow, we do have a museum full of Grove City’s history. The amazing exhibits would certainly pique Rory’s interest. Who knows…maybe she would even write about it someday!IMG_1023

6. Lorelai would get distracted by all the pretty things in Country Hearth Primitives, which is an amazing antique shop. It is full of unique finds, just like Kim’s Antiques, but with much more personable staff.

Gilmore Girls Country Hearth Primitives

7. Oy vey…there are so many cool knick knacks!

Gilmore Girls Antiques

8. They would wander the streets of the Town Center to admire the unique charm of Grove City until they decide to turn in for the night to eat junk food and watch old episodes of the Donna Reed Show.

Gilmore Girls Mural

9. The Gilmore Girls would absolutely love the small-town feel of Grove City and the quirky characters who live here. Dare I say it, but I think they would love Grove City almost as much as they love coffee…almost!

Gilmore Girls Grove City


Hopefully you enjoyed this post! Are you a Gilmore Girls fan? If so, tell us below how you think Grove City is similar to Stars Hollow.

HeadshotBlogger: Sarah Lilly is the Group Tour and Marketing Manager for Visit Grove City. She started her career in tourism by interning for the CVB from 2013-2015. She is a Gilmore Girls enthusiast, travel lover, and recent graduate of Miami University. Tweet: @GroveCitySarah #seethegrove

The holiday season is almost upon us!


1. Zassy’s Treasures

Lovers of all things HGTV and Fixer Upper will love Zassy’s Treasures, which is full of unique home decor goods.

2. Deja Vu Boutique

3. Country Hearth Primitives

4. Read It Again Books & Gifts


5. Old World New Home

6. Never Grow Up Boutique

Pick up kid- and mom-approved gifts from Never Grow Up Boutique, which focuses on natural, safe, and eco-friendly kid gear.

7. The Farm Table

Have you stopped in this week? Look what's new…love! We are open Thur- Sunday this week!

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8. Heritage Cycles

For the cycling enthusiast, you can’t go wrong with some bike accessories, a bike tuneup, or even a new bike!

9. The Unforgotten Piece

Vintage card catalog turned console table #vintage #repurposed #upcycle #homedecor #theunforgottenpiece #hairpinlegs

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10. Skylark’s Toys & Collectibles



11. Holiday Craft Bazaar

12. Merry Marketplace

13. Christmas On The Farm

14. Mistletoe Market

Tracy Martin of Martin’s Baseball Museum will share amusing, amazing and offbeat moments in baseball history at the Grove City Welcome Center & Museum

Brought to you by the Grove City Parks & Recreation, Southwest Franklin County Historical Society, Grove City Town Center Inc. and Grove City Arts Council.


October 22, 2016
8:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Grove City Welcome Center & Museum
3378 Park Street
Grove City, OH 43123 United States
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