Calendar

November 2020

  • Nov
    1

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.
  • Halloween Spooktacular

    Coffman Park 5600 Emerald Pkwy, Dublin
    Visit Dublin for a week of FREE family-friendly Halloween fun! Characters of all ages will enjoy a few tricks and a lot of fun treats with in-person and virtual activities. This year's event will feature socially distanced events throughout the entire month of October. 
    Spooktacular activities include: 
    • Not-so-spooky Drive-In movies every weekend
    • Haunted Trail 
    • Storybook Walk 
    • Pumpkin Sign Hunt 
    • Hay Maze 
    • Creepy Crafts and Games 
    • Online Contests including pumpkin carving, home decorating, pet costume, kid costume and family costume. Submit here.
    Event parking is available at the Dublin Rec. Center and Coffman Park.
    The event will only be cancelled in extreme weather.
    For more information click here
  • Classic Car Spooktacular

    Ramsey's Parkway Driv Thru 61450 Northwest Parkway, Marysville
    Halloween themed Classic Car Show & Fall fun for the whole family!
    There will be plenty of activities for the kids & of course lots of food and drinks for you to enjoy! 
    We will be offering prizes for Best Car, Best Truck, Best Street Rod.
  • Boo At The Zoo

    Columbus Zoo and Aquarium 9990 Riverside Dr, Powell
    Gather the family and your best costume and head to this "merry-not-scary" Halloween event of heroic proportions at the Columbus Zoo! 
    Special regions are dressed up for this spooky-kooky holiday at the Zoo. Visit Spider Man, Captain America, Black Widow and Black Panther, Hanna's Hay Ride, Pumpkin Junction Express, Candy Corn Carousel, Story Time, Frogwortz Academy and experience "spook-tacular" rides. 
    For a full list of Boo at the Zoo activities visit Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
    Event Times: 
    Fridays: 5 p.m.- 9 p.m.
    Saturdays: 10 a.m.- 9 p.m.
    Sundays: 10 a.m. - 8 p.m.
  • Marysville Pumpkin Drop

    General Oscar Decker Fire Station 16300 County Home Rd
    Watch pumpkins splatter on the ground as firefighters drop them from 100 - foot ladder truck. Bring your own pumpkin ( less than 40 pounds) or purchase one at the event. The event also includes tours of the fire station, fire truck exploration, bounces houses, and
  • Nov
    2

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.
  • Halloween Spooktacular

    Coffman Park 5600 Emerald Pkwy, Dublin
    Visit Dublin for a week of FREE family-friendly Halloween fun! Characters of all ages will enjoy a few tricks and a lot of fun treats with in-person and virtual activities. This year's event will feature socially distanced events throughout the entire month of October. 
    Spooktacular activities include: 
    • Not-so-spooky Drive-In movies every weekend
    • Haunted Trail 
    • Storybook Walk 
    • Pumpkin Sign Hunt 
    • Hay Maze 
    • Creepy Crafts and Games 
    • Online Contests including pumpkin carving, home decorating, pet costume, kid costume and family costume. Submit here.
    Event parking is available at the Dublin Rec. Center and Coffman Park.
    The event will only be cancelled in extreme weather.
    For more information click here
  • Nov
    3

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.
  • Election Day

  • Halloween Spooktacular

    Coffman Park 5600 Emerald Pkwy, Dublin
    Visit Dublin for a week of FREE family-friendly Halloween fun! Characters of all ages will enjoy a few tricks and a lot of fun treats with in-person and virtual activities. This year's event will feature socially distanced events throughout the entire month of October. 
    Spooktacular activities include: 
    • Not-so-spooky Drive-In movies every weekend
    • Haunted Trail 
    • Storybook Walk 
    • Pumpkin Sign Hunt 
    • Hay Maze 
    • Creepy Crafts and Games 
    • Online Contests including pumpkin carving, home decorating, pet costume, kid costume and family costume. Submit here.
    Event parking is available at the Dublin Rec. Center and Coffman Park.
    The event will only be cancelled in extreme weather.
    For more information click here
  • Nov
    4

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.
  • Food Truck Wednesdays

    Coffman Park 5200 Emerald Pkwy, Dublin
    Dublin will host some of Central Ohio’s best food trucks this summer in Coffman Park. Each truck will be open for lunch from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and dinner from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. 
    Food Truck Schedule: 
    October 28: 
    • Lunch: Paddy Wagon 
    • Dinner: Mya's Fried Chicken
    November 4: 
    • Lunch: Empanadas & More 
    • Dinner: Ninja Bowl 
    November 11: 
    • Lunch: Smokeout BBQ
    • Dinner: Schmidt's 
    November 18: 
    • Lunch: Legacy Smokehouse 
    • Dinner: Cousins Maine Lobster
    The parking lot will be marked with lines spaced 6 feet apart to allow for social distancing. Please do not congregate in groups larger than 10.
     
  • Halloween Spooktacular

    Coffman Park 5600 Emerald Pkwy, Dublin
    Visit Dublin for a week of FREE family-friendly Halloween fun! Characters of all ages will enjoy a few tricks and a lot of fun treats with in-person and virtual activities. This year's event will feature socially distanced events throughout the entire month of October. 
    Spooktacular activities include: 
    • Not-so-spooky Drive-In movies every weekend
    • Haunted Trail 
    • Storybook Walk 
    • Pumpkin Sign Hunt 
    • Hay Maze 
    • Creepy Crafts and Games 
    • Online Contests including pumpkin carving, home decorating, pet costume, kid costume and family costume. Submit here.
    Event parking is available at the Dublin Rec. Center and Coffman Park.
    The event will only be cancelled in extreme weather.
    For more information click here
  • Brookdale Marysville: Rock It For Alzheimer's

    Brookdale Marysville Assisted Living 1565 London Ave
    Brookdale Marysville Assisted Living is rocking out for a good cause this November! Join our community as we raise awareness and funds for the Alzheimer's Association by spending some time in a chair-rocking marathon. You can put the fun back into "fundraising" as you join friends and family to help put an end to Alzheimer's. 
    Social distancing will be recognized

    All proceeds benefit the Alzheimer's Association.
    JeanAnne: 937-738-7342 Send Email
  • Nov
    5

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.
  • Halloween Spooktacular

    Coffman Park 5600 Emerald Pkwy, Dublin
    Visit Dublin for a week of FREE family-friendly Halloween fun! Characters of all ages will enjoy a few tricks and a lot of fun treats with in-person and virtual activities. This year's event will feature socially distanced events throughout the entire month of October. 
    Spooktacular activities include: 
    • Not-so-spooky Drive-In movies every weekend
    • Haunted Trail 
    • Storybook Walk 
    • Pumpkin Sign Hunt 
    • Hay Maze 
    • Creepy Crafts and Games 
    • Online Contests including pumpkin carving, home decorating, pet costume, kid costume and family costume. Submit here.
    Event parking is available at the Dublin Rec. Center and Coffman Park.
    The event will only be cancelled in extreme weather.
    For more information click here
  • Nov
    6

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.
  • Comedy For Conversation Presents Zainab Johnson

    Columbus Zoo & Aquarium 4850 W Powell Rd, Powell
    Your Columbus Zoo and Aquarium is hosting a comedy series and is proud to welcome Zainab Johnson.
    Zainab Johnson is a stand-up comedian, actress, and writer, who was recently selected to be one of Variety's Top 10 Comics to Watch 2019. Zainab's comedy is based on her unique point of view, which was shaped by growing up in Harlem as one of thirteen siblings in a Muslim family. She has been most recently seen on Late Night with Seth Meyers, BET's Comic View, MTV's Acting Out, The Melbourne Comedy Festival and more. 
    Schedule: 
    • 6:30: VIP Reception
    • 7:15: Doors open for General Admission
    • 8:00: Zainab Johnson 
    Tickets: 
    • VIP: $75 
    • General Admission: $45
    • Zoo Member Admission: $40 
    *This is a 21+ show. 
  • Nov
    7

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.
  • Holiday Open House At Bliss

    Bliss Life & Style 4535 W Dublin Granville Rd, Dublin
    Jingle all the way to Bliss Life + Style for a one of kind holiday shopping experience! 
    The Holiday Open House will be held from 10 a.m. - 6 p.m. with special deals, sweet treats, and giveaways throughout the day. 
    Get your holiday shopping list checked off early at Bliss Life + Style.
  • Harvest Market At Bridge Park

    Bridge Park, Dublin
    Do you love the Dublin Market at Bridge Park and wish they were open all year? You're in luck! Come celebrate the season on Saturday, November 7th at the Harvest Market at Bridge Park!
    Shop 30 handpicked vendors to fill your bag with fall and seasonal favorites. Enjoy fresh produce, sweet treats, live entertainment and more at the Harvest Market. 
    Stay tuned for a full list of vendors.
    For details on FREE parking at Bridge Park, click here.
  • Comedy For Conversation Presents Zainab Johnson

    Columbus Zoo & Aquarium 4850 W Powell Rd, Powell
    Your Columbus Zoo and Aquarium is hosting a comedy series and is proud to welcome Zainab Johnson.
    Zainab Johnson is a stand-up comedian, actress, and writer, who was recently selected to be one of Variety's Top 10 Comics to Watch 2019. Zainab's comedy is based on her unique point of view, which was shaped by growing up in Harlem as one of thirteen siblings in a Muslim family. She has been most recently seen on Late Night with Seth Meyers, BET's Comic View, MTV's Acting Out, The Melbourne Comedy Festival and more. 
    Schedule: 
    • 6:30: VIP Reception
    • 7:15: Doors open for General Admission
    • 8:00: Zainab Johnson 
    Tickets: 
    • VIP: $75 
    • General Admission: $45
    • Zoo Member Admission: $40 
    *This is a 21+ show. 
  • Nov
    8

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.
  • Nov
    9

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.
  • Developmental Screening - Open to Public

    Harold Lewis Center, 1280 Charles Lane, Marysville, OH 43040
    This is a developmental screening for all children ages birth – 5 years of age who live in Union County. Screening includes communication, problem solving, and fine & gross motor skills.

    All children are encouraged to attend, particularly those whose
    parents are concerned about their child’s development.

    For school-age children, please call your school district.

    Please call 937-645-6714 to schedule your screening. Please allow 45 minutes for the appointment.
  • Nov
    10

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.
  • Don Staufenburg: Ceramic Infusion

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    Inspired by the artist’s background as a product designer with Herman Miller furniture, Rubbermaid and Fitch, Inc., Don Staufenberg’s solo exhibition Ceramic Infusion melds experiences and influences to produce an integration of wood, metal, fiber and polymer with ceramics to create a unique tactile visual. An investigation of layers, textures and colors, combined with exploration of the relationship between elements creates meaningful and visually stimulating artworks. Originally from Long Island, New York, Staufenberg earned a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design from Kent State University, Kent, Ohio. He is a university guest lecturer and design consultant, based in Dublin, Ohio.

    To schedule an appointment Tuesday-Thursday, 10 a.m.–3:30p.m., and the second Saturday of the month 11 a.m.-2 p.m. visit: https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me
  • Convention & Vistors Bureau Board

    Chamber Office 227 E 5th St, Marysville
    Convention & Visitors Bureau Board
  • Tots in Tow Playgroup - In-Step Dance Center

    In-Step Dance Center, 111 Main Street, Marysville OH 43040
    Tots in Tow Playgroup is returning! Socially-distanced of course.

    Cost is $4 per child. 

    Please only one adult per family. Adults will be required to wear masks. 

    Admission is limited to 10 families. Please register in advance!

    To register, contact Nici Crosby @ 937-309-4127 or ncrosby@ucbdd.org
  • Richwood Business Area Association

    Richwood Marketing 15 East Ottawa St, Richwood
    Richwood Area Business Association
    Speaker: Union County Foundation & Union County United Way
  • Nov
    11

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.
  • Don Staufenburg: Ceramic Infusion

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    Inspired by the artist’s background as a product designer with Herman Miller furniture, Rubbermaid and Fitch, Inc., Don Staufenberg’s solo exhibition Ceramic Infusion melds experiences and influences to produce an integration of wood, metal, fiber and polymer with ceramics to create a unique tactile visual. An investigation of layers, textures and colors, combined with exploration of the relationship between elements creates meaningful and visually stimulating artworks. Originally from Long Island, New York, Staufenberg earned a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design from Kent State University, Kent, Ohio. He is a university guest lecturer and design consultant, based in Dublin, Ohio.

    To schedule an appointment Tuesday-Thursday, 10 a.m.–3:30p.m., and the second Saturday of the month 11 a.m.-2 p.m. visit: https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me
  • Food Truck Wednesdays

    Coffman Park 5200 Emerald Pkwy, Dublin
    Dublin will host some of Central Ohio’s best food trucks this summer in Coffman Park. Each truck will be open for lunch from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and dinner from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. 
    Food Truck Schedule: 
    October 28: 
    • Lunch: Paddy Wagon 
    • Dinner: Mya's Fried Chicken
    November 4: 
    • Lunch: Empanadas & More 
    • Dinner: Ninja Bowl 
    November 11: 
    • Lunch: Smokeout BBQ
    • Dinner: Schmidt's 
    November 18: 
    • Lunch: Legacy Smokehouse 
    • Dinner: Cousins Maine Lobster
    The parking lot will be marked with lines spaced 6 feet apart to allow for social distancing. Please do not congregate in groups larger than 10.
     
  • Veterans Day

  • Veterans Day Free Day At The Columbus Zoo And Aquarium

    Columbus Zoo & Aquarium 4850 W Powell Rd, Powell
    To honor our veterans and their sacrifices to serve our country, the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium is offering free Zoo admission to all current and retired military personnel and their immediate families with a valid military ID or proof of service. 
    Immediate family is defined as active or non-active military personnel, their spouse, and any children living in the household.
    Parking is $10 per car.
  • Veterans Day Ceremony

    Veterans Park 77 North High St, Dublin
    The City of Dublin, in partnership with the Wesley G. Davids Dublin Post 800 of the American Legion, will host a virtual Veterans Day ceremony Wednesday, November 11, 2020, at 11 a.m. The virtual ceremony video will be posted on the City's website and social media channels to honor our country's veterans. 
    In addition to the virtual ceremony, Dublin residents and visitors can also commemorate those who served our nation with a walk through the Grounds of Remembrance at Dublin Veterans Park in downtown Dublin. For those who have not visited the park or are unable to visit in person, a new video tour, guided by Dublin resident and US Army Veteran Mike Kehoe, will be shared to social media and on the City of Dublin’s new microsite dedicated to honoring Dublin’s Veterans. Both the park video tour and website will launch on Veterans Day at DublinVeterans.com.
    The Grounds of Remembrance in Dublin Veterans Park is located at 77 N. High Street just north of the Dublin Library. Free parking is available in the Indian Run and Darby Street parking lots, or the Library garage. 
     
  • Safety Council

    Union Rural Electric 15461 US 36, Marysville
    Safety Council Meeting
    Topic - Workplace Violence & Suicide Prevention/Awareness
    Holly Zweizig 
  • We Served: A Virtual Play

    Virtual
    To continue the Virtual Theatre Project, join the Abbey Theater of Dublin in its productions of the following shows online this fall.
    Synopsis: A play created by veterans about veterans. This Veterans Day celebration is a preview for the May 2021 full-scale World Premiere production of We Served, a series of eleven vignettes created during a year-long writing project based on personal experiences of veterans in Central Ohio 

    For more information please visit our website.
  • Nov
    12

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.
  • Don Staufenburg: Ceramic Infusion

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    Inspired by the artist’s background as a product designer with Herman Miller furniture, Rubbermaid and Fitch, Inc., Don Staufenberg’s solo exhibition Ceramic Infusion melds experiences and influences to produce an integration of wood, metal, fiber and polymer with ceramics to create a unique tactile visual. An investigation of layers, textures and colors, combined with exploration of the relationship between elements creates meaningful and visually stimulating artworks. Originally from Long Island, New York, Staufenberg earned a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design from Kent State University, Kent, Ohio. He is a university guest lecturer and design consultant, based in Dublin, Ohio.

    To schedule an appointment Tuesday-Thursday, 10 a.m.–3:30p.m., and the second Saturday of the month 11 a.m.-2 p.m. visit: https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me
  • Industrial Parkway Association

    Jerome Township Hall 9777 Industrial Pkwy, Plain City
    Industrial Parkway

    Topic: 
    Speaker:
  • We Served: A Virtual Play

    Virtual
    To continue the Virtual Theatre Project, join the Abbey Theater of Dublin in its productions of the following shows online this fall.
    Synopsis: A play created by veterans about veterans. This Veterans Day celebration is a preview for the May 2021 full-scale World Premiere production of We Served, a series of eleven vignettes created during a year-long writing project based on personal experiences of veterans in Central Ohio 

    For more information please visit our website.
  • Nov
    13

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.
  • Don Staufenburg: Ceramic Infusion

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    Inspired by the artist’s background as a product designer with Herman Miller furniture, Rubbermaid and Fitch, Inc., Don Staufenberg’s solo exhibition Ceramic Infusion melds experiences and influences to produce an integration of wood, metal, fiber and polymer with ceramics to create a unique tactile visual. An investigation of layers, textures and colors, combined with exploration of the relationship between elements creates meaningful and visually stimulating artworks. Originally from Long Island, New York, Staufenberg earned a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design from Kent State University, Kent, Ohio. He is a university guest lecturer and design consultant, based in Dublin, Ohio.

    To schedule an appointment Tuesday-Thursday, 10 a.m.–3:30p.m., and the second Saturday of the month 11 a.m.-2 p.m. visit: https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me
  • We Served: A Virtual Play

    Virtual
    To continue the Virtual Theatre Project, join the Abbey Theater of Dublin in its productions of the following shows online this fall.
    Synopsis: A play created by veterans about veterans. This Veterans Day celebration is a preview for the May 2021 full-scale World Premiere production of We Served, a series of eleven vignettes created during a year-long writing project based on personal experiences of veterans in Central Ohio 

    For more information please visit our website.
  • Nov
    14

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.
  • Don Staufenburg: Ceramic Infusion

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    Inspired by the artist’s background as a product designer with Herman Miller furniture, Rubbermaid and Fitch, Inc., Don Staufenberg’s solo exhibition Ceramic Infusion melds experiences and influences to produce an integration of wood, metal, fiber and polymer with ceramics to create a unique tactile visual. An investigation of layers, textures and colors, combined with exploration of the relationship between elements creates meaningful and visually stimulating artworks. Originally from Long Island, New York, Staufenberg earned a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design from Kent State University, Kent, Ohio. He is a university guest lecturer and design consultant, based in Dublin, Ohio.

    To schedule an appointment Tuesday-Thursday, 10 a.m.–3:30p.m., and the second Saturday of the month 11 a.m.-2 p.m. visit: https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me
  • The Morgan House Christmas Open House

    The Morgan House 5300 Glick Rd, Dublin
    Come out to The Morgan House to shop clothing & jewelry, furniture & home accents, a specialty food shop and their restaurant! Enjoy refreshments and music to kick off the holiday season. See dates & times below:
    November 14-15, and November 21-22!
  • Pleasures Of The Cup: Monocles & Brandy

    Ohio History Center 800 E. 17th Ave, Columbus
    A delicious way to enjoy history with friends, the Pleasures of the Cup virtual progressive cocktail parties pair authentic adult beverages with the experience of days gone by. 
    Create drinks along with mixologists and then watch as the Monocles and Brandy Society recruits new members. Be on the lookout, as there's a criminal in their ranks. Can you help solve this 1880s mystery before it's too late?
    Must be 21 and over. Participants will receive recipe cards in advance. 
    Advanced registration required: $15 per participant. 
  • We Served: A Virtual Play

    Virtual
    To continue the Virtual Theatre Project, join the Abbey Theater of Dublin in its productions of the following shows online this fall.
    Synopsis: A play created by veterans about veterans. This Veterans Day celebration is a preview for the May 2021 full-scale World Premiere production of We Served, a series of eleven vignettes created during a year-long writing project based on personal experiences of veterans in Central Ohio 

    For more information please visit our website.
  • Nov
    15

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.
  • Don Staufenburg: Ceramic Infusion

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    Inspired by the artist’s background as a product designer with Herman Miller furniture, Rubbermaid and Fitch, Inc., Don Staufenberg’s solo exhibition Ceramic Infusion melds experiences and influences to produce an integration of wood, metal, fiber and polymer with ceramics to create a unique tactile visual. An investigation of layers, textures and colors, combined with exploration of the relationship between elements creates meaningful and visually stimulating artworks. Originally from Long Island, New York, Staufenberg earned a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design from Kent State University, Kent, Ohio. He is a university guest lecturer and design consultant, based in Dublin, Ohio.

    To schedule an appointment Tuesday-Thursday, 10 a.m.–3:30p.m., and the second Saturday of the month 11 a.m.-2 p.m. visit: https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me
  • The Morgan House Christmas Open House

    The Morgan House 5300 Glick Rd, Dublin
    Come out to The Morgan House to shop clothing & jewelry, furniture & home accents, a specialty food shop and their restaurant! Enjoy refreshments and music to kick off the holiday season. See dates & times below:
    November 14-15, and November 21-22!
  • We Served: A Virtual Play

    Virtual
    To continue the Virtual Theatre Project, join the Abbey Theater of Dublin in its productions of the following shows online this fall.
    Synopsis: A play created by veterans about veterans. This Veterans Day celebration is a preview for the May 2021 full-scale World Premiere production of We Served, a series of eleven vignettes created during a year-long writing project based on personal experiences of veterans in Central Ohio 

    For more information please visit our website.
  • Nov
    16

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.
  • Dine Safe Across Ohio Week

    DINE OUT or CARRY OUT to HELP OUT!

    #DineSafeAcrossOhio (November 16 - 20, 2020) is a new part of the Ohio Restaurant Association's goal of supporting and recognizing those who make our dining experience memorable and enjoyable: our owners/operators, bartenders, servers, hosts, chefs, cooks, bussers and dishwashers. These are the people that are the backbone of our entire industry.
    That’s why the ORA is also promoting the Ohio Restaurant Relief Fund (OhioRestaurantsRelief.org)
    The Ohio Restaurant Association and its Education Foundation established the Relief Fund to provide emergency funding for restaurant, foodservice and hospitality personnel who have lost their job or been adversely impacted due to COVID-19.

    We hope you'll join the community in dining in or carrying out at a Dublin restaurant this week.
  • Don Staufenburg: Ceramic Infusion

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    Inspired by the artist’s background as a product designer with Herman Miller furniture, Rubbermaid and Fitch, Inc., Don Staufenberg’s solo exhibition Ceramic Infusion melds experiences and influences to produce an integration of wood, metal, fiber and polymer with ceramics to create a unique tactile visual. An investigation of layers, textures and colors, combined with exploration of the relationship between elements creates meaningful and visually stimulating artworks. Originally from Long Island, New York, Staufenberg earned a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Design from Kent State University, Kent, Ohio. He is a university guest lecturer and design consultant, based in Dublin, Ohio.

    To schedule an appointment Tuesday-Thursday, 10 a.m.–3:30p.m., and the second Saturday of the month 11 a.m.-2 p.m. visit: https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me
  • Dublin Cyber Week

    All Dublin
    It's more important now than ever to shop small this holiday season to support your favorite Dublin restaurants and retailers. 
    Get access to exclusive Dublin deals the week of November 16-22 and get a jump start on your holiday shopping list. 
    Full list of deals coming soon. 
  • UCBDD Board Meeting

    Amrine Room, 1280 Charles Lane, Marysville, OH 43040
  • Nov
    17

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.
  • Dine Safe Across Ohio Week

    DINE OUT or CARRY OUT to HELP OUT!

    #DineSafeAcrossOhio (November 16 - 20, 2020) is a new part of the Ohio Restaurant Association's goal of supporting and recognizing those who make our dining experience memorable and enjoyable: our owners/operators, bartenders, servers, hosts, chefs, cooks, bussers and dishwashers. These are the people that are the backbone of our entire industry.
    That’s why the ORA is also promoting the Ohio Restaurant Relief Fund (OhioRestaurantsRelief.org)
    The Ohio Restaurant Association and its Education Foundation established the Relief Fund to provide emergency funding for restaurant, foodservice and hospitality personnel who have lost their job or been adversely impacted due to COVID-19.

    We hope you'll join the community in dining in or carrying out at a Dublin restaurant this week.
  • Dublin Cyber Week

    All Dublin
    It's more important now than ever to shop small this holiday season to support your favorite Dublin restaurants and retailers. 
    Get access to exclusive Dublin deals the week of November 16-22 and get a jump start on your holiday shopping list. 
    Full list of deals coming soon. 
  • Plain City Business Association (PCBA)

    Zoom

    Topic: Giving Back to the Community: Daily Needs Assistance
  • Tots in Tow Playgroup - Integrity Gymnastics

    Integrity Gymnastics, 8185 Business Way, Plain City OH 43064
    Tots in Tow Playgroup is returning! Socially-distanced of course.

    Cost is $5 per child. 

    Please only one adult per family. Adults will be required to wear masks. 

    Admission is limited to 10 families. Please register in advance!

    To register, contact Nici Crosby @ 937-309-4127 or ncrosby@ucbdd.org
  • Nov
    18

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.
  • Dine Safe Across Ohio Week

    DINE OUT or CARRY OUT to HELP OUT!

    #DineSafeAcrossOhio (November 16 - 20, 2020) is a new part of the Ohio Restaurant Association's goal of supporting and recognizing those who make our dining experience memorable and enjoyable: our owners/operators, bartenders, servers, hosts, chefs, cooks, bussers and dishwashers. These are the people that are the backbone of our entire industry.
    That’s why the ORA is also promoting the Ohio Restaurant Relief Fund (OhioRestaurantsRelief.org)
    The Ohio Restaurant Association and its Education Foundation established the Relief Fund to provide emergency funding for restaurant, foodservice and hospitality personnel who have lost their job or been adversely impacted due to COVID-19.

    We hope you'll join the community in dining in or carrying out at a Dublin restaurant this week.
  • Dublin Cyber Week

    All Dublin
    It's more important now than ever to shop small this holiday season to support your favorite Dublin restaurants and retailers. 
    Get access to exclusive Dublin deals the week of November 16-22 and get a jump start on your holiday shopping list. 
    Full list of deals coming soon. 
  • Food Truck Wednesdays

    Coffman Park 5200 Emerald Pkwy, Dublin
    Dublin will host some of Central Ohio’s best food trucks this summer in Coffman Park. Each truck will be open for lunch from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. and dinner from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m. 
    Food Truck Schedule: 
    October 28: 
    • Lunch: Paddy Wagon 
    • Dinner: Mya's Fried Chicken
    November 4: 
    • Lunch: Empanadas & More 
    • Dinner: Ninja Bowl 
    November 11: 
    • Lunch: Smokeout BBQ
    • Dinner: Schmidt's 
    November 18: 
    • Lunch: Legacy Smokehouse 
    • Dinner: Cousins Maine Lobster
    The parking lot will be marked with lines spaced 6 feet apart to allow for social distancing. Please do not congregate in groups larger than 10.
     
  • Marysville Business Association

    The Marysville Elks 125 E. 5th St, Marysville
    Marysville Business Association
    Speaker/Topic: Marysville Entrepreneurial Center
    Raffle Sponsor:Tony's Home Repairs
    Breakfast Sponsor: Tony's Home Repairs
    10 Minute Spotlight: Merchants Bank
  • Nov
    19

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.
  • Dine Safe Across Ohio Week

    DINE OUT or CARRY OUT to HELP OUT!

    #DineSafeAcrossOhio (November 16 - 20, 2020) is a new part of the Ohio Restaurant Association's goal of supporting and recognizing those who make our dining experience memorable and enjoyable: our owners/operators, bartenders, servers, hosts, chefs, cooks, bussers and dishwashers. These are the people that are the backbone of our entire industry.
    That’s why the ORA is also promoting the Ohio Restaurant Relief Fund (OhioRestaurantsRelief.org)
    The Ohio Restaurant Association and its Education Foundation established the Relief Fund to provide emergency funding for restaurant, foodservice and hospitality personnel who have lost their job or been adversely impacted due to COVID-19.

    We hope you'll join the community in dining in or carrying out at a Dublin restaurant this week.
  • Dublin Cyber Week

    All Dublin
    It's more important now than ever to shop small this holiday season to support your favorite Dublin restaurants and retailers. 
    Get access to exclusive Dublin deals the week of November 16-22 and get a jump start on your holiday shopping list. 
    Full list of deals coming soon. 
  • Family Field Trip Days: Native American Heritage

    Ohio History Center 800 E. 17th Ave, Columbus
    Visit the Ohio History Center and learn about Indigenous people that lived in the land we now call Ohio. Take part in educational activities featuring collections, trivia and story times. Learn about the daily life, culture and language of American Indians of the past and present.
    Advance timed ticket required. $5/Children, $7/Adult, Free/3 years & under, Free/Member.

    For more information please visit our website.
  • Nov
    20

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.
  • Dine Safe Across Ohio Week

    DINE OUT or CARRY OUT to HELP OUT!

    #DineSafeAcrossOhio (November 16 - 20, 2020) is a new part of the Ohio Restaurant Association's goal of supporting and recognizing those who make our dining experience memorable and enjoyable: our owners/operators, bartenders, servers, hosts, chefs, cooks, bussers and dishwashers. These are the people that are the backbone of our entire industry.
    That’s why the ORA is also promoting the Ohio Restaurant Relief Fund (OhioRestaurantsRelief.org)
    The Ohio Restaurant Association and its Education Foundation established the Relief Fund to provide emergency funding for restaurant, foodservice and hospitality personnel who have lost their job or been adversely impacted due to COVID-19.

    We hope you'll join the community in dining in or carrying out at a Dublin restaurant this week.
  • Dublin Cyber Week

    All Dublin
    It's more important now than ever to shop small this holiday season to support your favorite Dublin restaurants and retailers. 
    Get access to exclusive Dublin deals the week of November 16-22 and get a jump start on your holiday shopping list. 
    Full list of deals coming soon. 
  • Go To Coda

    City of Dublin 5200 Emerald Pkwy, Dublin
    Original Productions Theatre (OPT) and the Abbey Theater of Dublin, as part of its ongoing Virtual Theatre Project, will present the world premiere production of “go to coda,” written by Columbus-based playwright Dave Morgan. The production will stream on-demand online from Nov. 20 through Nov. 29, 2020.
    Tickets are $5 per household and are available for purchase at DublinOhioUSA.gov/abbey-theater.
    Worrell P. McConnell sits in the back yard of his country farmhouse and waits for his missing dog to return home when he suffers a seizure that sends him into an unconscious state. While his body is inactive, his consciousness and his instinct become personified, meet, and try to figure a way to get their body ambulatory and into the house ahead of an oncoming snow storm.
    “The play, “go to coda,” addresses the critical importance of family and the idea that the most special person in another’s life is always present in the mind in some form,” writer/performer Dave Morgan said. “This world premiere production is an intriguing way to celebrate the season of Thanksgiving.”
    For more information about the Abbey Theater of Dublin’s Virtual Theatre Project productions, visit DublinOhioUSA.gov and follow the Abbey Theater on Facebook and YouTube.
  • Uptown Clean-up Event

    Leon's Garage
    Impact60 invites residents to meet-up for socially-distanced camaraderie and serving the community! Thanks to support from the City of Marysville and Leon's Garage, organizers will provide everything needed for the cleanup; volunteers can just show up with a mask, appropriate clothes & shoes, and a smile! Sign-up today: https://BIt.ly/uptowncleanup
  • Wildlights

    Columbus Zoo & Aquarium 4850 W Powell Rd, Powell
    Central Ohio's favorite family holiday tradition went from a few strands of lights and a few trays of cookies to millions of LED lights, animated musical light shows, Santa, reindeer and other holiday festivities that can only be found at the Columbus Zoo & Aquarium. 
    ***New this year! Timed tickets are required for admission. 
    Wildlights hours:
    Sunday - Thursday, 5-9 p.m.
    Friday - Saturday, 5-10 p.m.
    (Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas, and Christmas Eve)
    For a full list of activities, dates and times visit The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
  • Wildlights Stuff- The- Truck

    Columbus Zoo & Aquarium 4850 W Powell Rd, Powell
    Share in the spirit of giving by bringing in 5 non-perishable food items (per person) to the Columbus Zoo on November 20th.  In return, you'll receive one free admission (per person with 5 items) to Wildlights that night. 
    Participants can also show one of the cans that they are donating at the parking booth attendant and receive free parking.
    All goods will be donated to the Mid-Ohio Food Bank.
    This event has high attendance and it is recommended that you arrive early. The Zoo will be collecting cans as early as 10:00 a.m. Also, by arriving earlier in the day, you can see more animals as you enjoy the Zoo.
  • Nov
    21

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.
  • Dublin Cyber Week

    All Dublin
    It's more important now than ever to shop small this holiday season to support your favorite Dublin restaurants and retailers. 
    Get access to exclusive Dublin deals the week of November 16-22 and get a jump start on your holiday shopping list. 
    Full list of deals coming soon. 
  • Go To Coda

    City of Dublin 5200 Emerald Pkwy, Dublin
    Original Productions Theatre (OPT) and the Abbey Theater of Dublin, as part of its ongoing Virtual Theatre Project, will present the world premiere production of “go to coda,” written by Columbus-based playwright Dave Morgan. The production will stream on-demand online from Nov. 20 through Nov. 29, 2020.
    Tickets are $5 per household and are available for purchase at DublinOhioUSA.gov/abbey-theater.
    Worrell P. McConnell sits in the back yard of his country farmhouse and waits for his missing dog to return home when he suffers a seizure that sends him into an unconscious state. While his body is inactive, his consciousness and his instinct become personified, meet, and try to figure a way to get their body ambulatory and into the house ahead of an oncoming snow storm.
    “The play, “go to coda,” addresses the critical importance of family and the idea that the most special person in another’s life is always present in the mind in some form,” writer/performer Dave Morgan said. “This world premiere production is an intriguing way to celebrate the season of Thanksgiving.”
    For more information about the Abbey Theater of Dublin’s Virtual Theatre Project productions, visit DublinOhioUSA.gov and follow the Abbey Theater on Facebook and YouTube.
  • The Thanksgiving Market At Bridge Park

    Bridge Park, Dublin
    Celebrate the season on Saturday, November 23rd at The Thanksgiving Market! Each vendor has been handpicked to fill your basket and table with things to be thankful for. From fresh produce to sweet treats and more, you will find something to make your Thanksgiving season even more sweet at The Dublin Market.
    Stay tuned for a full list of vendors.
    For details on FREE parking at Bridge Park, click here.
  • #DublinDreaming Live Video Series: Thanksgiving Market

    Join us for 10 minutes of uninterrupted #DublinDreaming as we go live from the Thanksgiving Market at Bridge Park.

    This live event is part of the #DublinDreaming Live Video series happening on the Visit Dublin Ohio Facebook Page. You can visit our Facebook Page here

    *Event is weather dependent. Check back for updates.
  • Keep Our Neighborhood Clean: Marysville

    Leon's Garage
    Volunteer cleanup of Uptown Marysville Every 3rd Saturday

    Tools & Other support provided by the City of Marysville. Refreshments & other perks included. COVID-19 precautions will be observed.

    SIGN UP 
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  • Uptown Clean-up Event

    Leon's Garage
    Impact60 invites residents to meet-up for socially-distanced camaraderie and serving the community! Thanks to support from the City of Marysville and Leon's Garage, organizers will provide everything needed for the cleanup; volunteers can just show up with a mask, appropriate clothes & shoes, and a smile! Sign-up today: https://BIt.ly/uptowncleanup
  • Wildlights

    Columbus Zoo & Aquarium 4850 W Powell Rd, Powell
    Central Ohio's favorite family holiday tradition went from a few strands of lights and a few trays of cookies to millions of LED lights, animated musical light shows, Santa, reindeer and other holiday festivities that can only be found at the Columbus Zoo & Aquarium. 
    ***New this year! Timed tickets are required for admission. 
    Wildlights hours:
    Sunday - Thursday, 5-9 p.m.
    Friday - Saturday, 5-10 p.m.
    (Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas, and Christmas Eve)
    For a full list of activities, dates and times visit The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
  • Nov
    22

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.
  • Dublin Cyber Week

    All Dublin
    It's more important now than ever to shop small this holiday season to support your favorite Dublin restaurants and retailers. 
    Get access to exclusive Dublin deals the week of November 16-22 and get a jump start on your holiday shopping list. 
    Full list of deals coming soon. 
  • Family Field Trip Days: Native American Heritage

    Ohio History Center 800 E. 17th Ave, Columbus
    Visit the Ohio History Center and learn about Indigenous people that lived in the land we now call Ohio. Take part in educational activities featuring collections, trivia and story times. Learn about the daily life, culture and language of American Indians of the past and present.
    Advance timed ticket required. $5/Children, $7/Adult, Free/3 years & under, Free/Member.

    For more information please visit our website.
  • Go To Coda

    City of Dublin 5200 Emerald Pkwy, Dublin
    Original Productions Theatre (OPT) and the Abbey Theater of Dublin, as part of its ongoing Virtual Theatre Project, will present the world premiere production of “go to coda,” written by Columbus-based playwright Dave Morgan. The production will stream on-demand online from Nov. 20 through Nov. 29, 2020.
    Tickets are $5 per household and are available for purchase at DublinOhioUSA.gov/abbey-theater.
    Worrell P. McConnell sits in the back yard of his country farmhouse and waits for his missing dog to return home when he suffers a seizure that sends him into an unconscious state. While his body is inactive, his consciousness and his instinct become personified, meet, and try to figure a way to get their body ambulatory and into the house ahead of an oncoming snow storm.
    “The play, “go to coda,” addresses the critical importance of family and the idea that the most special person in another’s life is always present in the mind in some form,” writer/performer Dave Morgan said. “This world premiere production is an intriguing way to celebrate the season of Thanksgiving.”
    For more information about the Abbey Theater of Dublin’s Virtual Theatre Project productions, visit DublinOhioUSA.gov and follow the Abbey Theater on Facebook and YouTube.
  • Wildlights

    Columbus Zoo & Aquarium 4850 W Powell Rd, Powell
    Central Ohio's favorite family holiday tradition went from a few strands of lights and a few trays of cookies to millions of LED lights, animated musical light shows, Santa, reindeer and other holiday festivities that can only be found at the Columbus Zoo & Aquarium. 
    ***New this year! Timed tickets are required for admission. 
    Wildlights hours:
    Sunday - Thursday, 5-9 p.m.
    Friday - Saturday, 5-10 p.m.
    (Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas, and Christmas Eve)
    For a full list of activities, dates and times visit The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
  • Healthcare Providers Association

    Chamber Office 227 E 5th St, Marysville
    Healthcare Providers
  • 2020 Columbus Winter Avant-Garde Art & Craft Show

    Makoy Event Center 5462 Center St, Hilliard
    Apply Now!

    2020 COLUMBUS WINTER AVANT-GARDE ART & CRAFT SHOW

    It's officially holiday shopping time! This show will feature artists and crafters selling their original handmade items at this beautiful venue! Admission is $3 to the public, children under 12 are free! This event will also have a full concessions stand on site provided by the venue. A portion of proceeds will benefit local non-profit, Hope Hollow. Please note that masks are required to attend this event.

    This show is currently accepting vendors. Please email becki@ag-shows.com for more information.

    For more information about the Avant-Garde Art & Craft Shows, please visit www.avantgardeshows.com. Also, become a fan and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram and LinkedIn!

    LOCATION:
    Makoy Event Center
    5462 Center St.
    Hilliard, OH 43026

    DATE:
    Sunday, November 22, 2020

    TIME:
    12:00pm-4:00pm
  • Nov
    23

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.
  • Dublin Cyber Week

    All Dublin
    It's more important now than ever to shop small this holiday season to support your favorite Dublin restaurants and retailers. 
    Get access to exclusive Dublin deals the week of November 16-22 and get a jump start on your holiday shopping list. 
    Full list of deals coming soon. 
  • Fall Break - HLC Closed

  • Go To Coda

    City of Dublin 5200 Emerald Pkwy, Dublin
    Original Productions Theatre (OPT) and the Abbey Theater of Dublin, as part of its ongoing Virtual Theatre Project, will present the world premiere production of “go to coda,” written by Columbus-based playwright Dave Morgan. The production will stream on-demand online from Nov. 20 through Nov. 29, 2020.
    Tickets are $5 per household and are available for purchase at DublinOhioUSA.gov/abbey-theater.
    Worrell P. McConnell sits in the back yard of his country farmhouse and waits for his missing dog to return home when he suffers a seizure that sends him into an unconscious state. While his body is inactive, his consciousness and his instinct become personified, meet, and try to figure a way to get their body ambulatory and into the house ahead of an oncoming snow storm.
    “The play, “go to coda,” addresses the critical importance of family and the idea that the most special person in another’s life is always present in the mind in some form,” writer/performer Dave Morgan said. “This world premiere production is an intriguing way to celebrate the season of Thanksgiving.”
    For more information about the Abbey Theater of Dublin’s Virtual Theatre Project productions, visit DublinOhioUSA.gov and follow the Abbey Theater on Facebook and YouTube.
  • Wildlights

    Columbus Zoo & Aquarium 4850 W Powell Rd, Powell
    Central Ohio's favorite family holiday tradition went from a few strands of lights and a few trays of cookies to millions of LED lights, animated musical light shows, Santa, reindeer and other holiday festivities that can only be found at the Columbus Zoo & Aquarium. 
    ***New this year! Timed tickets are required for admission. 
    Wildlights hours:
    Sunday - Thursday, 5-9 p.m.
    Friday - Saturday, 5-10 p.m.
    (Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas, and Christmas Eve)
    For a full list of activities, dates and times visit The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
  • COVID 101 for Businesses Presented by...

    Virtual via Zoom
    COVID 101 for Businesses

    The Health Department is offering a program for all businesses on:
    • Steps to take if you have a COVID-19 positive employee
    • What to expect (quarantine, isolation durations)
    • What is happening in our community
    • Role of the mask
    • Importance of implementing COVID preventions in the workplace - masks, social distancing, staggered shifts, remote work, sick leave, considerations for after the holidays
  • Nov
    24

    Fall Break - HLC Closed

  • Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.
  • Dublin Cyber Week

    All Dublin
    It's more important now than ever to shop small this holiday season to support your favorite Dublin restaurants and retailers. 
    Get access to exclusive Dublin deals the week of November 16-22 and get a jump start on your holiday shopping list. 
    Full list of deals coming soon. 
  • Go To Coda

    City of Dublin 5200 Emerald Pkwy, Dublin
    Original Productions Theatre (OPT) and the Abbey Theater of Dublin, as part of its ongoing Virtual Theatre Project, will present the world premiere production of “go to coda,” written by Columbus-based playwright Dave Morgan. The production will stream on-demand online from Nov. 20 through Nov. 29, 2020.
    Tickets are $5 per household and are available for purchase at DublinOhioUSA.gov/abbey-theater.
    Worrell P. McConnell sits in the back yard of his country farmhouse and waits for his missing dog to return home when he suffers a seizure that sends him into an unconscious state. While his body is inactive, his consciousness and his instinct become personified, meet, and try to figure a way to get their body ambulatory and into the house ahead of an oncoming snow storm.
    “The play, “go to coda,” addresses the critical importance of family and the idea that the most special person in another’s life is always present in the mind in some form,” writer/performer Dave Morgan said. “This world premiere production is an intriguing way to celebrate the season of Thanksgiving.”
    For more information about the Abbey Theater of Dublin’s Virtual Theatre Project productions, visit DublinOhioUSA.gov and follow the Abbey Theater on Facebook and YouTube.
  • Wildlights

    Columbus Zoo & Aquarium 4850 W Powell Rd, Powell
    Central Ohio's favorite family holiday tradition went from a few strands of lights and a few trays of cookies to millions of LED lights, animated musical light shows, Santa, reindeer and other holiday festivities that can only be found at the Columbus Zoo & Aquarium. 
    ***New this year! Timed tickets are required for admission. 
    Wildlights hours:
    Sunday - Thursday, 5-9 p.m.
    Friday - Saturday, 5-10 p.m.
    (Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas, and Christmas Eve)
    For a full list of activities, dates and times visit The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
  • Healthcare Providers Association

    Chamber Office 227 E 5th St, Marysville
    Healthcare Providers
  • Nov
    25

    Fall Break - HLC Closed

  • Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.
  • Dublin Cyber Week

    All Dublin
    It's more important now than ever to shop small this holiday season to support your favorite Dublin restaurants and retailers. 
    Get access to exclusive Dublin deals the week of November 16-22 and get a jump start on your holiday shopping list. 
    Full list of deals coming soon. 
  • Go To Coda

    City of Dublin 5200 Emerald Pkwy, Dublin
    Original Productions Theatre (OPT) and the Abbey Theater of Dublin, as part of its ongoing Virtual Theatre Project, will present the world premiere production of “go to coda,” written by Columbus-based playwright Dave Morgan. The production will stream on-demand online from Nov. 20 through Nov. 29, 2020.
    Tickets are $5 per household and are available for purchase at DublinOhioUSA.gov/abbey-theater.
    Worrell P. McConnell sits in the back yard of his country farmhouse and waits for his missing dog to return home when he suffers a seizure that sends him into an unconscious state. While his body is inactive, his consciousness and his instinct become personified, meet, and try to figure a way to get their body ambulatory and into the house ahead of an oncoming snow storm.
    “The play, “go to coda,” addresses the critical importance of family and the idea that the most special person in another’s life is always present in the mind in some form,” writer/performer Dave Morgan said. “This world premiere production is an intriguing way to celebrate the season of Thanksgiving.”
    For more information about the Abbey Theater of Dublin’s Virtual Theatre Project productions, visit DublinOhioUSA.gov and follow the Abbey Theater on Facebook and YouTube.
  • Business Impact Breakfast

    Business Impact Breakfast Topic:
    http://www.unioncounty.org/
  • Plain City Business Association (PCBA)

    Der Dutchman 445 S. Jefferson Ave, Plain City
    PCBA

    Topic: Giving Back to the Community
    Sponsor: Edgewater Place & Richwood Bank
    Raffle: Edgewater Place & Richwood Bank
  • Wildlights

    Columbus Zoo & Aquarium 4850 W Powell Rd, Powell
    Central Ohio's favorite family holiday tradition went from a few strands of lights and a few trays of cookies to millions of LED lights, animated musical light shows, Santa, reindeer and other holiday festivities that can only be found at the Columbus Zoo & Aquarium. 
    ***New this year! Timed tickets are required for admission. 
    Wildlights hours:
    Sunday - Thursday, 5-9 p.m.
    Friday - Saturday, 5-10 p.m.
    (Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas, and Christmas Eve)
    For a full list of activities, dates and times visit The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
  • Nov
    26

    Fall Break - HLC Closed

  • Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.
  • Go To Coda

    City of Dublin 5200 Emerald Pkwy, Dublin
    Original Productions Theatre (OPT) and the Abbey Theater of Dublin, as part of its ongoing Virtual Theatre Project, will present the world premiere production of “go to coda,” written by Columbus-based playwright Dave Morgan. The production will stream on-demand online from Nov. 20 through Nov. 29, 2020.
    Tickets are $5 per household and are available for purchase at DublinOhioUSA.gov/abbey-theater.
    Worrell P. McConnell sits in the back yard of his country farmhouse and waits for his missing dog to return home when he suffers a seizure that sends him into an unconscious state. While his body is inactive, his consciousness and his instinct become personified, meet, and try to figure a way to get their body ambulatory and into the house ahead of an oncoming snow storm.
    “The play, “go to coda,” addresses the critical importance of family and the idea that the most special person in another’s life is always present in the mind in some form,” writer/performer Dave Morgan said. “This world premiere production is an intriguing way to celebrate the season of Thanksgiving.”
    For more information about the Abbey Theater of Dublin’s Virtual Theatre Project productions, visit DublinOhioUSA.gov and follow the Abbey Theater on Facebook and YouTube.
  • Thanksgiving

  • Business Impact Breakfast

    Union Rural Electric 15461 US 36, Marysville
    Business Impact Breakfast Topic: One Columbus Update with Kenny McDonald
  • Virtual Flying Feather Four Miler

    The 2020 Flying Feather is going virtual! 
    Start Thanksgiving Day off right with theM3S Sports' Flying Feather Four Miler in Dublin, Ohio.  
    Complete four miles before Novmeber 26-29. All runners and walkers 21 and over receive a premium hoodie, Finisher's medal and race bib, Flying Feather stocking cap, and a bottle of wine for the Thanksgiving table.
  • Pumpkin Dash 5K

    Marysville, Marysville
  • Wildlights

    Columbus Zoo & Aquarium 4850 W Powell Rd, Powell
    Central Ohio's favorite family holiday tradition went from a few strands of lights and a few trays of cookies to millions of LED lights, animated musical light shows, Santa, reindeer and other holiday festivities that can only be found at the Columbus Zoo & Aquarium. 
    ***New this year! Timed tickets are required for admission. 
    Wildlights hours:
    Sunday - Thursday, 5-9 p.m.
    Friday - Saturday, 5-10 p.m.
    (Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas, and Christmas Eve)
    For a full list of activities, dates and times visit The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
  • Nov
    27

    Fall Break - HLC Closed

  • Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.
  • Go To Coda

    City of Dublin 5200 Emerald Pkwy, Dublin
    Original Productions Theatre (OPT) and the Abbey Theater of Dublin, as part of its ongoing Virtual Theatre Project, will present the world premiere production of “go to coda,” written by Columbus-based playwright Dave Morgan. The production will stream on-demand online from Nov. 20 through Nov. 29, 2020.
    Tickets are $5 per household and are available for purchase at DublinOhioUSA.gov/abbey-theater.
    Worrell P. McConnell sits in the back yard of his country farmhouse and waits for his missing dog to return home when he suffers a seizure that sends him into an unconscious state. While his body is inactive, his consciousness and his instinct become personified, meet, and try to figure a way to get their body ambulatory and into the house ahead of an oncoming snow storm.
    “The play, “go to coda,” addresses the critical importance of family and the idea that the most special person in another’s life is always present in the mind in some form,” writer/performer Dave Morgan said. “This world premiere production is an intriguing way to celebrate the season of Thanksgiving.”
    For more information about the Abbey Theater of Dublin’s Virtual Theatre Project productions, visit DublinOhioUSA.gov and follow the Abbey Theater on Facebook and YouTube.
  • Virtual Flying Feather Four Miler

    The 2020 Flying Feather is going virtual! 
    Start Thanksgiving Day off right with theM3S Sports' Flying Feather Four Miler in Dublin, Ohio.  
    Complete four miles before Novmeber 26-29. All runners and walkers 21 and over receive a premium hoodie, Finisher's medal and race bib, Flying Feather stocking cap, and a bottle of wine for the Thanksgiving table.
  • Wildlights

    Columbus Zoo & Aquarium 4850 W Powell Rd, Powell
    Central Ohio's favorite family holiday tradition went from a few strands of lights and a few trays of cookies to millions of LED lights, animated musical light shows, Santa, reindeer and other holiday festivities that can only be found at the Columbus Zoo & Aquarium. 
    ***New this year! Timed tickets are required for admission. 
    Wildlights hours:
    Sunday - Thursday, 5-9 p.m.
    Friday - Saturday, 5-10 p.m.
    (Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas, and Christmas Eve)
    For a full list of activities, dates and times visit The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
  • Nov
    28

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.
  • Go To Coda

    City of Dublin 5200 Emerald Pkwy, Dublin
    Original Productions Theatre (OPT) and the Abbey Theater of Dublin, as part of its ongoing Virtual Theatre Project, will present the world premiere production of “go to coda,” written by Columbus-based playwright Dave Morgan. The production will stream on-demand online from Nov. 20 through Nov. 29, 2020.
    Tickets are $5 per household and are available for purchase at DublinOhioUSA.gov/abbey-theater.
    Worrell P. McConnell sits in the back yard of his country farmhouse and waits for his missing dog to return home when he suffers a seizure that sends him into an unconscious state. While his body is inactive, his consciousness and his instinct become personified, meet, and try to figure a way to get their body ambulatory and into the house ahead of an oncoming snow storm.
    “The play, “go to coda,” addresses the critical importance of family and the idea that the most special person in another’s life is always present in the mind in some form,” writer/performer Dave Morgan said. “This world premiere production is an intriguing way to celebrate the season of Thanksgiving.”
    For more information about the Abbey Theater of Dublin’s Virtual Theatre Project productions, visit DublinOhioUSA.gov and follow the Abbey Theater on Facebook and YouTube.
  • Virtual Flying Feather Four Miler

    The 2020 Flying Feather is going virtual! 
    Start Thanksgiving Day off right with theM3S Sports' Flying Feather Four Miler in Dublin, Ohio.  
    Complete four miles before Novmeber 26-29. All runners and walkers 21 and over receive a premium hoodie, Finisher's medal and race bib, Flying Feather stocking cap, and a bottle of wine for the Thanksgiving table.
  • Small Business Saturday

    Marysville, Marysville
    Start your Christmas shopping by shopping local!
  • Wildlights

    Columbus Zoo & Aquarium 4850 W Powell Rd, Powell
    Central Ohio's favorite family holiday tradition went from a few strands of lights and a few trays of cookies to millions of LED lights, animated musical light shows, Santa, reindeer and other holiday festivities that can only be found at the Columbus Zoo & Aquarium. 
    ***New this year! Timed tickets are required for admission. 
    Wildlights hours:
    Sunday - Thursday, 5-9 p.m.
    Friday - Saturday, 5-10 p.m.
    (Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas, and Christmas Eve)
    For a full list of activities, dates and times visit The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
  • Nov
    29

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.
  • Go To Coda

    City of Dublin 5200 Emerald Pkwy, Dublin
    Original Productions Theatre (OPT) and the Abbey Theater of Dublin, as part of its ongoing Virtual Theatre Project, will present the world premiere production of “go to coda,” written by Columbus-based playwright Dave Morgan. The production will stream on-demand online from Nov. 20 through Nov. 29, 2020.
    Tickets are $5 per household and are available for purchase at DublinOhioUSA.gov/abbey-theater.
    Worrell P. McConnell sits in the back yard of his country farmhouse and waits for his missing dog to return home when he suffers a seizure that sends him into an unconscious state. While his body is inactive, his consciousness and his instinct become personified, meet, and try to figure a way to get their body ambulatory and into the house ahead of an oncoming snow storm.
    “The play, “go to coda,” addresses the critical importance of family and the idea that the most special person in another’s life is always present in the mind in some form,” writer/performer Dave Morgan said. “This world premiere production is an intriguing way to celebrate the season of Thanksgiving.”
    For more information about the Abbey Theater of Dublin’s Virtual Theatre Project productions, visit DublinOhioUSA.gov and follow the Abbey Theater on Facebook and YouTube.
  • Virtual Flying Feather Four Miler

    The 2020 Flying Feather is going virtual! 
    Start Thanksgiving Day off right with theM3S Sports' Flying Feather Four Miler in Dublin, Ohio.  
    Complete four miles before Novmeber 26-29. All runners and walkers 21 and over receive a premium hoodie, Finisher's medal and race bib, Flying Feather stocking cap, and a bottle of wine for the Thanksgiving table.
  • Wildlights

    Columbus Zoo & Aquarium 4850 W Powell Rd, Powell
    Central Ohio's favorite family holiday tradition went from a few strands of lights and a few trays of cookies to millions of LED lights, animated musical light shows, Santa, reindeer and other holiday festivities that can only be found at the Columbus Zoo & Aquarium. 
    ***New this year! Timed tickets are required for admission. 
    Wildlights hours:
    Sunday - Thursday, 5-9 p.m.
    Friday - Saturday, 5-10 p.m.
    (Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas, and Christmas Eve)
    For a full list of activities, dates and times visit The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
  • Nov
    30

    Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of its Art & Wellness initiative, Dublin Arts Council is launching the “Connect: Public Art & Wellness Challenge” that connects the community to the environment, public art and community wellness. Ohio artists will create new artworks that respond to each of Dublin’s 16 RiverboxesTM -- small-scale public artworks inspired by the hobbies of geocaching and letterboxing. A challenge booklet will serve as a guide and interactive journal with geographic clues, prompts for wellness and creative engagement by three additional artists, and resources from community partners. Booklets will be made available through “ARTboxes,” inspired by the “little libraries” concept and installed throughout the community. Challenge booklets will also be available via download at https://dublinarts.org/featured-items/connect.

    The project, supported in part by grants from the City of Dublin, Cardinal Health Foundation, Ohio Arts Council and Puffin Foundation West, Ltd., also celebrates the 30th anniversary of Leatherlips by Boston sculptor Ralph Helmick. The 12-foot-tall limestone portrait of the Wyandot chief is the first artwork in Dublin’s Art in Public Places program, dedicated in Scioto Park in 1990.
  • Wildlights

    Columbus Zoo & Aquarium 4850 W Powell Rd, Powell
    Central Ohio's favorite family holiday tradition went from a few strands of lights and a few trays of cookies to millions of LED lights, animated musical light shows, Santa, reindeer and other holiday festivities that can only be found at the Columbus Zoo & Aquarium. 
    ***New this year! Timed tickets are required for admission. 
    Wildlights hours:
    Sunday - Thursday, 5-9 p.m.
    Friday - Saturday, 5-10 p.m.
    (Closed Thanksgiving and Christmas, and Christmas Eve)
    For a full list of activities, dates and times visit The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium
  • Uptown Christmas Walk

    Uptown Marysville, Marysville
    Get into the Christmas spirit in Uptown Marysville! Shop in our festively decorated shops and get a bite to eat in our warm and cozy restaurants. Be there for the Christmas Tree lighting.
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