Sell In Our Online Gift Shop

Sell Your Art, Your Crafts, And Other Merchandise In Our Online Gift Shop As A Vendor.

Various vendor plans are available. Sell one or multiple items.

Customers make their purchases online. We accept all the major credit cards and cash. And vendors ship or deliver items AFTER being paid by us.

Low commission fees on your items.

And 100% OF ALL PROCEEDS from this website go to support ARTSNCT - An Alliance of the Arts. That's right. 100% of All Proceeds stays in Newcomerstown to benefit our children and our community.

Please contact Michael A. Wise at (740) 575-5710 for complete details.


Newcomerstown Community Calendar

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Local Events are published FREE OF CHARGE for charitable events, community events, church events, local school groups, and nonprofit community organizations. You may disregard the listing fee link on this page and just submit your event below.

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There is a nominal listing fee of $5 for all businesses and for-profit organizations. The fee may be submitted online by the link provided on this page and then submit your listing.

All events will be published on our website in chronological order under the date of the event. All events are listed in calendar view.
Events will be visible on the website until the event has passed and could possibly remain in "past events" for an undetermined period.

We reserve the right to accept or deny any event for publication for any reason without explanation. Any submitted paid listings falling into this category will receive a full refund.


List your meeting or event in the Newcomerstown Community Calendar



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Flat Fee of $5 per item or service offered.
Includes publication of one (1) photo submitted by the seller.
Additional photos may be added for $1 each.
Ads are not pro-rated and there are no refunds once the ad is posted.
100% of your ad dollar stays in Newcomerstown to support ARTSNCT - An Alliance of the Arts for our children and our community.


Ads shall be posted (active) for fourteen (14) days on our website.


You may purchase your ad space online by following THIS LINK or contact us between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. Monday through Fridayat (740) 575-5710.
We accept all major credit cards and cash.
We cannot accept checks or money orders for classified ads.


We reserve the right to accept or not accept ads for various items or services for any reason without explanation. Ads for any illegal substance or activity are prohibited.


Share Your Photo, Story or Memory With Us and Newcomerstown digital Archives encourage you to share your photos and memories with us for publication on our website and on the Newcomerstown Facebook Page.

Photos and other image scans should be emailed to

Got a story to tell or memory to share?

Complete this form and send it to us.

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You may also mail your photos, stories and memories to:

c/o Michael A. Wise
515 South College Street
Newcomerstown, OH 43832-1419

Please enclose a self-addressed stamped envelope if items are to be returned.


Advertise With Us

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100% of your ad dollar stays in Newcomerstown to support ARTSNCT - An Alliance of the Arts for our children and our community.


Newcomerstown, Ohio 43832 is fast becoming the #1 Source For All Things Newcomerstown thanks to the cooperation and enthusiasm of many individuals. All published information, stories, photographs, and archived memories are provided as a service to Newcomerstown, Ohio, and the surrounding area. The site is sustained by donations and advertisers. It is a fundraising source for ARTSNCT, an alliance of the arts.


Newcomerstown, Ohio

Newcomerstown is a village in Tuscarawas County, Ohio, United States, 85 miles (137 km) east-northeast of Columbus. In the late 1770s, this was the largest Lenape village on the Tuscarawas River, with 700 residents. Chief Newcomer (Netawatwes) was the leader of the western Lenape here, and they called the village Gekelmukpechunk. Early French traders and English settlers named the village Newcomerstown after the chief. Soon after the start of the American Revolutionary War, the Lenape moved west to Coshocton, about halfway through what is now the next county.

According to some accounts, Newcomerstown was named after an incident that occurred between a Lenape chief and his wife Mary Harris. Chief Eagle Feather grew tired of his wife. He abducted a younger squaw as a second wife and tried to have Harris accept her in her wigwam. Harris allegedly killed Chief Eagle Feather and told the warriors of the village that the young squaw ran away. The warriors hunted the young woman down and killed her. The settlement was thenceforth known as "Newcomerstown", after the squaw.


Newcomerstown Community Calendar

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  • Submit your group's meeting or event. SUBMIT YOUR EVENT

  • FREE listings are available to local nonprofit and community organizations.

  • There is a nominal charge of $5 per listing for businesses and for-profit organizations. DETAILS

NOTE: Events, dates, times, locations, and all other information are subject to change without notice. It is suggested that you contact the group or venue to confirm any information of interest to you. 


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YEARBOOK ARCHIVE - A collection of Newcomerstown yearbooks is coming to The Newcoseans, Middle School and Elementary School books and photos are included back to the 1800's.

IN MEMORIAM - You will find local obituaries, tributes, memories, photos, with various genealogy information and documents on Newcomerstownians going back to the 1800's.


100% of All Proceeds from this website stay in Newcomerstown

That's right. 100% of all proceeds  go to support ARTSNCT - An Alliance of the Arts and benefit our youth and our community.