30 E. Auglaize St.
P.O. Box 1604 
Wapakoneta, Ohio 45895
419-738-6807 or 1-877-258-9335
​Email: info@downtownwapakoneta.com
Michelle Walker is a local artist originally from Ft. Wayne, Indiana.  Her distinct style spotlights locations throughout Wapakoneta.  To see more of her work please see walkerstudios.blogspot.com.
Wapakoneta was officially established in 1833, prospering with the
arrival of the railroad, German craftsmanship, and entrepreneurial spirit. It has flourished since and more recently became known in the international spotlight as the hometown of Apollo 11 commander Neil A. Armstrong, the first pers
The Summer Moon Festival in Wapakoneta, Ohio is organized by the festival committee of the Wapakoneta Area Chamber of
Commerce with participation of the Armstrong Air and Space
Museum. The festival, held each July in historic Downtown
Wapakoneta, commemorates the July 20, 1969 Lunar Landing of
Wapak
Built in 1885, the former Wapakoneta City Building continues to house the Wapakoneta Fire Department which was formed in 1865. It is one of the oldest and most picturesque buildings of the city. The Romanesque Revival architecture provides a beautiful backdrop for many events held in the city center
The home of Airstream Travel Trailers and Motor Homes, Jackson Center, Ohio, is a beautiful village in northeast Shelby County. The Elder Theater (far left), has been locally owned and operated since 1942, and is located on the main thoroughfare, St. Rt. 274. The community held a fundraiser in 2013
As an iconic symbol of the open road, Airstream Travel Trailers are made locally in Jackson Center, Ohio. Each Airstream trailer is its own work of art, handmade in the factory with about 300 man hours put into creating a single Airstream. In 1931, Airstream began with Wally Byam’s dream: to build a