There are two parks in Silverton. Silverton Park (Montgomery Road and Highland Avenue) is located on the site of the original Silverton Train Station and one can see a replic of that station that now serves a museum with photos from the village’s past as well as the Olympic uniform worn by Silverton native and former Reds’ player Barry Larkin. This park also features a Veterans Plaza to honor those who have served. The Ralph W. Ficke Memorial Park (Montgomery and Stewart Roads) has 12 acres and includes a soccer field, baseball diamonds, batting cage, tennis court, two half-court basketball courts as well as a picnic shelter. Enjoy walking along the trail at this park. Silverton residents enjoy an annual Memorial Day Parade, Taste of Silverton, Family Fun Walk and tree-lighting ceremony in December, among other community events. Meier’s Winery has been in business for more than 100 years and once grew grapes on land that is now the Kenwood Towne Centre. The winery first made fresh grape juice and then wine. During prohibition, it reverted to creating sparkling grape juice. Following the repeal of prohibition in 1933, the company returned to wine making. The company now makes 45 kinds of wines as well as premium grape juices. The Silverton Cafe has been a local spot since the early 1970s and is located on Montgomery Road.