Calendar

March 2021

  • Mar
    1

    Statehood Day

    Ohio History Center 800 E. 17th Ave, Columbus
    In commemoration of Ohio's founding, the Ohio History Connection and their partners invite you to join a broad coalition of history advocates for the annual Statehood Day event. The state's birthday is the perfect time for history advocates to come together to help showcase the importance of Ohio's history and to learn how history, historic preservation and the organizations that help provide access to Ohio's rich history benefit the Buckeye State. Statehood Day is a celebration of Ohio and its history, as well as a legislative advocacy event!
    The 2021 event will be held virtually. Register for free at this link
  • Mar
    6

    2021 Columbus Avant - Art & Craft show

    Makoy Event Center 5462 Center St, Hilliard
    2021 Columbus Spring Avant-Garde Art & Craft Show

    Kick off our show season with us at our spring Columbus event! This large 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. This show is currently accepting vendors. Please email becki@ag-shows.com for more information.
  • Mar
    8

    6 - Ft. Gallery: Irish Showcase

    Downtown Dublin OH
    Come check out the 6 ft. Gallery, a self-guided, street gallery tour showcasing local Dublin artists. This edition's theme is Irish showcasing portraits of scenes in Ireland.  
    The 6-ft. gallery project is a collaboration between Visit Dublin Ohio, Dublin Arts Council, and Cardinal Health designed to showcase Dublin’s resident artists while providing physical distancing guidance during the pandemic.
    Four local artists are engaged in the temporary public art project, which will be on view in March throughout downtown Dublin.
    Artists include:
    Additional details and guidance about health and safety in Dublin can be found at DublinSafe.com.
  • Mar
    9

    6 - Ft. Gallery: Irish Showcase

    Downtown Dublin OH
    Come check out the 6 ft. Gallery, a self-guided, street gallery tour showcasing local Dublin artists. This edition's theme is Irish showcasing portraits of scenes in Ireland.  
    The 6-ft. gallery project is a collaboration between Visit Dublin Ohio, Dublin Arts Council, and Cardinal Health designed to showcase Dublin’s resident artists while providing physical distancing guidance during the pandemic.
    Four local artists are engaged in the temporary public art project, which will be on view in March throughout downtown Dublin.
    Artists include:
    Additional details and guidance about health and safety in Dublin can be found at DublinSafe.com.
  • Art & Wellness: Artifacts Created At Home

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    Dublin Arts Council presents a retrospective of a two-year Art & Wellness initiative that began before the pandemic, in an exhibition of artworks created by professional artists and community members from Fall of 2019 through Spring 2021. The juried exhibition will include two- and three-dimensional artworks and video encompassing community reflection and interpretation of art and its influence on personal and community well-being.

    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 

    For more information please visit our website.
  • Artifacts: Created At Home Exhibition

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    ARTifacts: Created at Home, an exhibition that recognizes the challenges presented by the pandemic and celebrates the creativity that has flourished. The exhibition will encompass highlights of a two-year exploration of art and wellness, featuring artwork from artists of all ages and abilities who live, work, visit, play and learn in Dublin.
    The ARTifacts: Created at Home exhibition will be on view at Dublin Arts Council, 7125 Riverside Dr., in Dublin, March 9 – April 16.
    Limited gallery visits will be scheduled at https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me in accordance with the prevailing COVID-19 protocol. The exhibition will take place inside and outside the gallery with in-person and online components, making the exhibition available to a larger audience.
  • Lightning Sprites Exhibit

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    As part of the ARTifacts: Created at Home exhibition at Dublin Arts Council, Matthew Mohr, the Dublin, Ohio-based artist best known for As We Are, the 14-foot LED head sculpture in the Columbus Convention Center, will be creating something much smaller. A series of six, solar-powered, kinetic sculptures called Lightning Sprites will activate the Dublin Arts Council gallery sun porch. The installation is intended to acknowledge hardships, celebrate creativity and inspire the community for a new day. 
    The Lightning Sprites represent conjured spirits from a very real weather phenomenon, large-scale electrical discharges that can occur above thunderstorms, resulting in varied flickering visual shapes in the night sky. Mohr addresses the human need to anthropomorphize "nearly everything” by viewing the six-inch sculptures as pre-sentient beings. The artist brings ordinary containers, jars and tubes, the objects we interact with daily without thought, to life, beckoning us to reconsider their roles and functions and how we move with them. Each sprite will be given character attributes and a backstory that ties its mission to a component of the collective experience and disruptions of the COVID-19 pandemic. 
    The Lightning Sprites will be hidden in wooded areas around Dublin in mid-summer and a quest will be launched for teams to unlock clues, find and keep the sculptures. 
    To schedule an appointment to visit the Dublin Arts Council gallery visit: https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me
  • Convention & Vistors Bureau Board

    Chamber Office 227 E 5th St, Marysville
    Convention & Visitors Bureau Board
  • Safety Council

    Union County Services Building 940 London Rd., Marysville
    Safety Council Meeting
    Topic - 
  • Richwood Business Area Association

    Richwood Marketing 15 East Ottawa St, Richwood
    Richwood Area Business Association
  • Mar
    10

    6 - Ft. Gallery: Irish Showcase

    Downtown Dublin OH
    Come check out the 6 ft. Gallery, a self-guided, street gallery tour showcasing local Dublin artists. This edition's theme is Irish showcasing portraits of scenes in Ireland.  
    The 6-ft. gallery project is a collaboration between Visit Dublin Ohio, Dublin Arts Council, and Cardinal Health designed to showcase Dublin’s resident artists while providing physical distancing guidance during the pandemic.
    Four local artists are engaged in the temporary public art project, which will be on view in March throughout downtown Dublin.
    Artists include:
    Additional details and guidance about health and safety in Dublin can be found at DublinSafe.com.
  • Art & Wellness: Artifacts Created At Home

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    Dublin Arts Council presents a retrospective of a two-year Art & Wellness initiative that began before the pandemic, in an exhibition of artworks created by professional artists and community members from Fall of 2019 through Spring 2021. The juried exhibition will include two- and three-dimensional artworks and video encompassing community reflection and interpretation of art and its influence on personal and community well-being.

    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 

    For more information please visit our website.
  • Artifacts: Created At Home Exhibition

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    ARTifacts: Created at Home, an exhibition that recognizes the challenges presented by the pandemic and celebrates the creativity that has flourished. The exhibition will encompass highlights of a two-year exploration of art and wellness, featuring artwork from artists of all ages and abilities who live, work, visit, play and learn in Dublin.
    The ARTifacts: Created at Home exhibition will be on view at Dublin Arts Council, 7125 Riverside Dr., in Dublin, March 9 – April 16.
    Limited gallery visits will be scheduled at https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me in accordance with the prevailing COVID-19 protocol. The exhibition will take place inside and outside the gallery with in-person and online components, making the exhibition available to a larger audience.
  • Mar
    11

    6 - Ft. Gallery: Irish Showcase

    Downtown Dublin OH
    Come check out the 6 ft. Gallery, a self-guided, street gallery tour showcasing local Dublin artists. This edition's theme is Irish showcasing portraits of scenes in Ireland.  
    The 6-ft. gallery project is a collaboration between Visit Dublin Ohio, Dublin Arts Council, and Cardinal Health designed to showcase Dublin’s resident artists while providing physical distancing guidance during the pandemic.
    Four local artists are engaged in the temporary public art project, which will be on view in March throughout downtown Dublin.
    Artists include:
    Additional details and guidance about health and safety in Dublin can be found at DublinSafe.com.
  • Art & Wellness: Artifacts Created At Home

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    Dublin Arts Council presents a retrospective of a two-year Art & Wellness initiative that began before the pandemic, in an exhibition of artworks created by professional artists and community members from Fall of 2019 through Spring 2021. The juried exhibition will include two- and three-dimensional artworks and video encompassing community reflection and interpretation of art and its influence on personal and community well-being.

    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 

    For more information please visit our website.
  • Artifacts: Created At Home Exhibition

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    ARTifacts: Created at Home, an exhibition that recognizes the challenges presented by the pandemic and celebrates the creativity that has flourished. The exhibition will encompass highlights of a two-year exploration of art and wellness, featuring artwork from artists of all ages and abilities who live, work, visit, play and learn in Dublin.
    The ARTifacts: Created at Home exhibition will be on view at Dublin Arts Council, 7125 Riverside Dr., in Dublin, March 9 – April 16.
    Limited gallery visits will be scheduled at https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me in accordance with the prevailing COVID-19 protocol. The exhibition will take place inside and outside the gallery with in-person and online components, making the exhibition available to a larger audience.
  • Industrial Parkway Association

    Jerome Township Hall 9777 Industrial Pkwy, Plain City
    Industrial Parkway

    Topic: 
    Speaker:
    937-642-6279
  • Mar
    12

    6 - Ft. Gallery: Irish Showcase

    Downtown Dublin OH
    Come check out the 6 ft. Gallery, a self-guided, street gallery tour showcasing local Dublin artists. This edition's theme is Irish showcasing portraits of scenes in Ireland.  
    The 6-ft. gallery project is a collaboration between Visit Dublin Ohio, Dublin Arts Council, and Cardinal Health designed to showcase Dublin’s resident artists while providing physical distancing guidance during the pandemic.
    Four local artists are engaged in the temporary public art project, which will be on view in March throughout downtown Dublin.
    Artists include:
    Additional details and guidance about health and safety in Dublin can be found at DublinSafe.com.
  • Art & Wellness: Artifacts Created At Home

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    Dublin Arts Council presents a retrospective of a two-year Art & Wellness initiative that began before the pandemic, in an exhibition of artworks created by professional artists and community members from Fall of 2019 through Spring 2021. The juried exhibition will include two- and three-dimensional artworks and video encompassing community reflection and interpretation of art and its influence on personal and community well-being.

    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 

    For more information please visit our website.
  • Artifacts: Created At Home Exhibition

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    ARTifacts: Created at Home, an exhibition that recognizes the challenges presented by the pandemic and celebrates the creativity that has flourished. The exhibition will encompass highlights of a two-year exploration of art and wellness, featuring artwork from artists of all ages and abilities who live, work, visit, play and learn in Dublin.
    The ARTifacts: Created at Home exhibition will be on view at Dublin Arts Council, 7125 Riverside Dr., in Dublin, March 9 – April 16.
    Limited gallery visits will be scheduled at https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me in accordance with the prevailing COVID-19 protocol. The exhibition will take place inside and outside the gallery with in-person and online components, making the exhibition available to a larger audience.
  • Dublin Link Goes Green For St. Patrick's Day

    The Dublin Link Downtown Dublin, Dublin
    Come check out the Dublin Link pedestrian bridge lit up green for St. Patrick's Day! 
    While this year's St. Patrick's Day events will look a little different, there are still several safe ways to celebrate in Dublin.
  • Dublin Link Lit For St. Patrick's Day

    The Dublin Link Downtown Dublin, Dublin
    Come check out the Dublin Link pedestrian bridge lit up green for St. Patrick's Day! 
    While this year's St. Patrick's Day events will look a little different, there are still several safe ways to celebrate in Dublin. 
  • Mar
    13

    6 - Ft. Gallery: Irish Showcase

    Downtown Dublin OH
    Come check out the 6 ft. Gallery, a self-guided, street gallery tour showcasing local Dublin artists. This edition's theme is Irish showcasing portraits of scenes in Ireland.  
    The 6-ft. gallery project is a collaboration between Visit Dublin Ohio, Dublin Arts Council, and Cardinal Health designed to showcase Dublin’s resident artists while providing physical distancing guidance during the pandemic.
    Four local artists are engaged in the temporary public art project, which will be on view in March throughout downtown Dublin.
    Artists include:
    Additional details and guidance about health and safety in Dublin can be found at DublinSafe.com.
  • Art & Wellness: Artifacts Created At Home

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    Dublin Arts Council presents a retrospective of a two-year Art & Wellness initiative that began before the pandemic, in an exhibition of artworks created by professional artists and community members from Fall of 2019 through Spring 2021. The juried exhibition will include two- and three-dimensional artworks and video encompassing community reflection and interpretation of art and its influence on personal and community well-being.

    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 

    For more information please visit our website.
  • Artifacts: Created At Home Exhibition

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    ARTifacts: Created at Home, an exhibition that recognizes the challenges presented by the pandemic and celebrates the creativity that has flourished. The exhibition will encompass highlights of a two-year exploration of art and wellness, featuring artwork from artists of all ages and abilities who live, work, visit, play and learn in Dublin.
    The ARTifacts: Created at Home exhibition will be on view at Dublin Arts Council, 7125 Riverside Dr., in Dublin, March 9 – April 16.
    Limited gallery visits will be scheduled at https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me in accordance with the prevailing COVID-19 protocol. The exhibition will take place inside and outside the gallery with in-person and online components, making the exhibition available to a larger audience.
  • Dublin Link Goes Green For St. Patrick's Day

    The Dublin Link Downtown Dublin, Dublin
    Come check out the Dublin Link pedestrian bridge lit up green for St. Patrick's Day! 
    While this year's St. Patrick's Day events will look a little different, there are still several safe ways to celebrate in Dublin.
  • Dublin Link Lit For St. Patrick's Day

    The Dublin Link Downtown Dublin, Dublin
    Come check out the Dublin Link pedestrian bridge lit up green for St. Patrick's Day! 
    While this year's St. Patrick's Day events will look a little different, there are still several safe ways to celebrate in Dublin. 
  • Bound For Broadway - - Frozen Kids

    Virtual
    Frozen KIDS is a 30-minute adaptation of the 2018 Broadway musical, which was based on the 2013 Walt Disney Animation Studios film. You’ll love this fanciful and heartwarming stage adaptation of the celebrated animated film. Join Anna, Elsa, Olaf, Sven and all of your favorite characters as they embark on an epic, ice-filled journey of self-discovery, camaraderie, and the real meaning of true love. Frozen KIDS is sure to prove that “some people are worth melting for.”

    For more information please visit our website.
  • St. Patrick's Day Reverse Parade

    Darree Fields 6259 Cosgray Rd, Dublin
    For the health and safety of all involved, the City of Dublin 2021 St. Patrick's Day Parade will be a reverse parade held at Darree Fields. 
    11 a.m. - 1 p.m.: Reverse Parade, Darree Fields 
    Enjoy this creative way to hold a physically distanced parade with the parade units stationary while spectators drive through the parade. See parade favorites like bagpipers, Irish dancers, floats, and giant inflatables along with other creative performances in celebration of St. Patrick's Day. 
  • Leprechaun Hat Cake Decorating

    Our CupCakery 54 South High St, Dublin
    Celebrate your Irish Attitude and try your luck decorating a lucky leprechaun hat with Our CupCakery.   
    You and a youngster (6-year olds and older) will decorate a 6-inch layer cake for the greenest holiday of the year. 
    New this year! A decorating kit is included in the cost of this event for you to take home. 
    Cost: $70/ pair 
  • Mar
    14

    6 - Ft. Gallery: Irish Showcase

    Downtown Dublin OH
    Come check out the 6 ft. Gallery, a self-guided, street gallery tour showcasing local Dublin artists. This edition's theme is Irish showcasing portraits of scenes in Ireland.  
    The 6-ft. gallery project is a collaboration between Visit Dublin Ohio, Dublin Arts Council, and Cardinal Health designed to showcase Dublin’s resident artists while providing physical distancing guidance during the pandemic.
    Four local artists are engaged in the temporary public art project, which will be on view in March throughout downtown Dublin.
    Artists include:
    Additional details and guidance about health and safety in Dublin can be found at DublinSafe.com.
  • Art & Wellness: Artifacts Created At Home

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    Dublin Arts Council presents a retrospective of a two-year Art & Wellness initiative that began before the pandemic, in an exhibition of artworks created by professional artists and community members from Fall of 2019 through Spring 2021. The juried exhibition will include two- and three-dimensional artworks and video encompassing community reflection and interpretation of art and its influence on personal and community well-being.

    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 

    For more information please visit our website.
  • Artifacts: Created At Home Exhibition

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    ARTifacts: Created at Home, an exhibition that recognizes the challenges presented by the pandemic and celebrates the creativity that has flourished. The exhibition will encompass highlights of a two-year exploration of art and wellness, featuring artwork from artists of all ages and abilities who live, work, visit, play and learn in Dublin.
    The ARTifacts: Created at Home exhibition will be on view at Dublin Arts Council, 7125 Riverside Dr., in Dublin, March 9 – April 16.
    Limited gallery visits will be scheduled at https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me in accordance with the prevailing COVID-19 protocol. The exhibition will take place inside and outside the gallery with in-person and online components, making the exhibition available to a larger audience.
  • Dublin Link Goes Green For St. Patrick's Day

    The Dublin Link Downtown Dublin, Dublin
    Come check out the Dublin Link pedestrian bridge lit up green for St. Patrick's Day! 
    While this year's St. Patrick's Day events will look a little different, there are still several safe ways to celebrate in Dublin.
  • Dublin Link Lit For St. Patrick's Day

    The Dublin Link Downtown Dublin, Dublin
    Come check out the Dublin Link pedestrian bridge lit up green for St. Patrick's Day! 
    While this year's St. Patrick's Day events will look a little different, there are still several safe ways to celebrate in Dublin. 
  • Bound For Broadway - - Frozen Kids

    Virtual
    Frozen KIDS is a 30-minute adaptation of the 2018 Broadway musical, which was based on the 2013 Walt Disney Animation Studios film. You’ll love this fanciful and heartwarming stage adaptation of the celebrated animated film. Join Anna, Elsa, Olaf, Sven and all of your favorite characters as they embark on an epic, ice-filled journey of self-discovery, camaraderie, and the real meaning of true love. Frozen KIDS is sure to prove that “some people are worth melting for.”

    For more information please visit our website.
  • Mar
    15

    6 - Ft. Gallery: Irish Showcase

    Downtown Dublin OH
    Come check out the 6 ft. Gallery, a self-guided, street gallery tour showcasing local Dublin artists. This edition's theme is Irish showcasing portraits of scenes in Ireland.  
    The 6-ft. gallery project is a collaboration between Visit Dublin Ohio, Dublin Arts Council, and Cardinal Health designed to showcase Dublin’s resident artists while providing physical distancing guidance during the pandemic.
    Four local artists are engaged in the temporary public art project, which will be on view in March throughout downtown Dublin.
    Artists include:
    Additional details and guidance about health and safety in Dublin can be found at DublinSafe.com.
  • Art & Wellness: Artifacts Created At Home

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    Dublin Arts Council presents a retrospective of a two-year Art & Wellness initiative that began before the pandemic, in an exhibition of artworks created by professional artists and community members from Fall of 2019 through Spring 2021. The juried exhibition will include two- and three-dimensional artworks and video encompassing community reflection and interpretation of art and its influence on personal and community well-being.

    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 

    For more information please visit our website.
  • Artifacts: Created At Home Exhibition

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    ARTifacts: Created at Home, an exhibition that recognizes the challenges presented by the pandemic and celebrates the creativity that has flourished. The exhibition will encompass highlights of a two-year exploration of art and wellness, featuring artwork from artists of all ages and abilities who live, work, visit, play and learn in Dublin.
    The ARTifacts: Created at Home exhibition will be on view at Dublin Arts Council, 7125 Riverside Dr., in Dublin, March 9 – April 16.
    Limited gallery visits will be scheduled at https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me in accordance with the prevailing COVID-19 protocol. The exhibition will take place inside and outside the gallery with in-person and online components, making the exhibition available to a larger audience.
  • Dublin Link Goes Green For St. Patrick's Day

    The Dublin Link Downtown Dublin, Dublin
    Come check out the Dublin Link pedestrian bridge lit up green for St. Patrick's Day! 
    While this year's St. Patrick's Day events will look a little different, there are still several safe ways to celebrate in Dublin.
  • Dublin Link Lit For St. Patrick's Day

    The Dublin Link Downtown Dublin, Dublin
    Come check out the Dublin Link pedestrian bridge lit up green for St. Patrick's Day! 
    While this year's St. Patrick's Day events will look a little different, there are still several safe ways to celebrate in Dublin. 
  • Ohio's First Ladies

    Virtual
    Join presenter Jeri Diehl-Cusack, M.L.S. to gain insights into the lives of the women who were married to our state's eight U. S. Presidents: Anna Symmes Harrison; Julia Dent Grant; Lucy Webb Hayes; Lucretia Rudolph Garfield; Caroline Scott Harrison; Ida Saxton McKinley; Helen Herron Taft and Florence Kling DeWolfe Harding.
  • UCBDD Board Meeting

    Amrine Room, 1280 Charles Lane, Marysville, OH 43040
  • Mar
    16

    6 - Ft. Gallery: Irish Showcase

    Downtown Dublin OH
    Come check out the 6 ft. Gallery, a self-guided, street gallery tour showcasing local Dublin artists. This edition's theme is Irish showcasing portraits of scenes in Ireland.  
    The 6-ft. gallery project is a collaboration between Visit Dublin Ohio, Dublin Arts Council, and Cardinal Health designed to showcase Dublin’s resident artists while providing physical distancing guidance during the pandemic.
    Four local artists are engaged in the temporary public art project, which will be on view in March throughout downtown Dublin.
    Artists include:
    Additional details and guidance about health and safety in Dublin can be found at DublinSafe.com.
  • Art & Wellness: Artifacts Created At Home

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    Dublin Arts Council presents a retrospective of a two-year Art & Wellness initiative that began before the pandemic, in an exhibition of artworks created by professional artists and community members from Fall of 2019 through Spring 2021. The juried exhibition will include two- and three-dimensional artworks and video encompassing community reflection and interpretation of art and its influence on personal and community well-being.

    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 

    For more information please visit our website.
  • Artifacts: Created At Home Exhibition

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    ARTifacts: Created at Home, an exhibition that recognizes the challenges presented by the pandemic and celebrates the creativity that has flourished. The exhibition will encompass highlights of a two-year exploration of art and wellness, featuring artwork from artists of all ages and abilities who live, work, visit, play and learn in Dublin.
    The ARTifacts: Created at Home exhibition will be on view at Dublin Arts Council, 7125 Riverside Dr., in Dublin, March 9 – April 16.
    Limited gallery visits will be scheduled at https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me in accordance with the prevailing COVID-19 protocol. The exhibition will take place inside and outside the gallery with in-person and online components, making the exhibition available to a larger audience.
  • Dublin Link Goes Green For St. Patrick's Day

    The Dublin Link Downtown Dublin, Dublin
    Come check out the Dublin Link pedestrian bridge lit up green for St. Patrick's Day! 
    While this year's St. Patrick's Day events will look a little different, there are still several safe ways to celebrate in Dublin.
  • Dublin Link Lit For St. Patrick's Day

    The Dublin Link Downtown Dublin, Dublin
    Come check out the Dublin Link pedestrian bridge lit up green for St. Patrick's Day! 
    While this year's St. Patrick's Day events will look a little different, there are still several safe ways to celebrate in Dublin. 
  • Mar
    17

    6 - Ft. Gallery: Irish Showcase

    Downtown Dublin OH
    Come check out the 6 ft. Gallery, a self-guided, street gallery tour showcasing local Dublin artists. This edition's theme is Irish showcasing portraits of scenes in Ireland.  
    The 6-ft. gallery project is a collaboration between Visit Dublin Ohio, Dublin Arts Council, and Cardinal Health designed to showcase Dublin’s resident artists while providing physical distancing guidance during the pandemic.
    Four local artists are engaged in the temporary public art project, which will be on view in March throughout downtown Dublin.
    Artists include:
    Additional details and guidance about health and safety in Dublin can be found at DublinSafe.com.
  • Art & Wellness: Artifacts Created At Home

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    Dublin Arts Council presents a retrospective of a two-year Art & Wellness initiative that began before the pandemic, in an exhibition of artworks created by professional artists and community members from Fall of 2019 through Spring 2021. The juried exhibition will include two- and three-dimensional artworks and video encompassing community reflection and interpretation of art and its influence on personal and community well-being.

    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 

    For more information please visit our website.
  • Artifacts: Created At Home Exhibition

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    ARTifacts: Created at Home, an exhibition that recognizes the challenges presented by the pandemic and celebrates the creativity that has flourished. The exhibition will encompass highlights of a two-year exploration of art and wellness, featuring artwork from artists of all ages and abilities who live, work, visit, play and learn in Dublin.
    The ARTifacts: Created at Home exhibition will be on view at Dublin Arts Council, 7125 Riverside Dr., in Dublin, March 9 – April 16.
    Limited gallery visits will be scheduled at https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me in accordance with the prevailing COVID-19 protocol. The exhibition will take place inside and outside the gallery with in-person and online components, making the exhibition available to a larger audience.
  • Dublin Link Goes Green For St. Patrick's Day

    The Dublin Link Downtown Dublin, Dublin
    Come check out the Dublin Link pedestrian bridge lit up green for St. Patrick's Day! 
    While this year's St. Patrick's Day events will look a little different, there are still several safe ways to celebrate in Dublin.
  • Dublin Link Lit For St. Patrick's Day

    The Dublin Link Downtown Dublin, Dublin
    Come check out the Dublin Link pedestrian bridge lit up green for St. Patrick's Day! 
    While this year's St. Patrick's Day events will look a little different, there are still several safe ways to celebrate in Dublin. 
  • Marysville Business Association

    The Marysville Elks 125 E. 5th St, Marysville
    Marysville Business Association
    Speaker/Topic: 
    Raffle Sponsor:
    Breakfast Sponsor: 
  • Mar
    18

    6 - Ft. Gallery: Irish Showcase

    Downtown Dublin OH
    Come check out the 6 ft. Gallery, a self-guided, street gallery tour showcasing local Dublin artists. This edition's theme is Irish showcasing portraits of scenes in Ireland.  
    The 6-ft. gallery project is a collaboration between Visit Dublin Ohio, Dublin Arts Council, and Cardinal Health designed to showcase Dublin’s resident artists while providing physical distancing guidance during the pandemic.
    Four local artists are engaged in the temporary public art project, which will be on view in March throughout downtown Dublin.
    Artists include:
    Additional details and guidance about health and safety in Dublin can be found at DublinSafe.com.
  • Art & Wellness: Artifacts Created At Home

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    Dublin Arts Council presents a retrospective of a two-year Art & Wellness initiative that began before the pandemic, in an exhibition of artworks created by professional artists and community members from Fall of 2019 through Spring 2021. The juried exhibition will include two- and three-dimensional artworks and video encompassing community reflection and interpretation of art and its influence on personal and community well-being.

    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 

    For more information please visit our website.
  • Artifacts: Created At Home Exhibition

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    ARTifacts: Created at Home, an exhibition that recognizes the challenges presented by the pandemic and celebrates the creativity that has flourished. The exhibition will encompass highlights of a two-year exploration of art and wellness, featuring artwork from artists of all ages and abilities who live, work, visit, play and learn in Dublin.
    The ARTifacts: Created at Home exhibition will be on view at Dublin Arts Council, 7125 Riverside Dr., in Dublin, March 9 – April 16.
    Limited gallery visits will be scheduled at https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me in accordance with the prevailing COVID-19 protocol. The exhibition will take place inside and outside the gallery with in-person and online components, making the exhibition available to a larger audience.
  • Mar
    19

    6 - Ft. Gallery: Irish Showcase

    Downtown Dublin OH
    Come check out the 6 ft. Gallery, a self-guided, street gallery tour showcasing local Dublin artists. This edition's theme is Irish showcasing portraits of scenes in Ireland.  
    The 6-ft. gallery project is a collaboration between Visit Dublin Ohio, Dublin Arts Council, and Cardinal Health designed to showcase Dublin’s resident artists while providing physical distancing guidance during the pandemic.
    Four local artists are engaged in the temporary public art project, which will be on view in March throughout downtown Dublin.
    Artists include:
    Additional details and guidance about health and safety in Dublin can be found at DublinSafe.com.
  • Art & Wellness: Artifacts Created At Home

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    Dublin Arts Council presents a retrospective of a two-year Art & Wellness initiative that began before the pandemic, in an exhibition of artworks created by professional artists and community members from Fall of 2019 through Spring 2021. The juried exhibition will include two- and three-dimensional artworks and video encompassing community reflection and interpretation of art and its influence on personal and community well-being.

    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
  • Artifacts: Created At Home Exhibition

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    ARTifacts: Created at Home, an exhibition that recognizes the challenges presented by the pandemic and celebrates the creativity that has flourished. The exhibition will encompass highlights of a two-year exploration of art and wellness, featuring artwork from artists of all ages and abilities who live, work, visit, play and learn in Dublin.
    The ARTifacts: Created at Home exhibition will be on view at Dublin Arts Council, 7125 Riverside Dr., in Dublin, March 9 – April 16.
    Limited gallery visits will be scheduled at https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me in accordance with the prevailing COVID-19 protocol. The exhibition will take place inside and outside the gallery with in-person and online components, making the exhibition available to a larger audience.
  • Songs For A New World

    Dublin Recreation Center 5600 Post Rd, Dublin
    It’s about one moment. It’s about hitting the wall and having to make a choice… or take a stand… or turn around and go back. These are the stories and characters of today, the Songs for a New World. The first musical from Tony Award winner Jason Robert Brown, this moving collection of powerful songs examines life, love and the choices that we make.

    For more information please visit our website.
  • Mar
    20

    6 - Ft. Gallery: Irish Showcase

    Downtown Dublin OH
    Come check out the 6 ft. Gallery, a self-guided, street gallery tour showcasing local Dublin artists. This edition's theme is Irish showcasing portraits of scenes in Ireland.  
    The 6-ft. gallery project is a collaboration between Visit Dublin Ohio, Dublin Arts Council, and Cardinal Health designed to showcase Dublin’s resident artists while providing physical distancing guidance during the pandemic.
    Four local artists are engaged in the temporary public art project, which will be on view in March throughout downtown Dublin.
    Artists include:
    Additional details and guidance about health and safety in Dublin can be found at DublinSafe.com.
  • Art & Wellness: Artifacts Created At Home

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    Dublin Arts Council presents a retrospective of a two-year Art & Wellness initiative that began before the pandemic, in an exhibition of artworks created by professional artists and community members from Fall of 2019 through Spring 2021. The juried exhibition will include two- and three-dimensional artworks and video encompassing community reflection and interpretation of art and its influence on personal and community well-being.

    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
  • Artifacts: Created At Home Exhibition

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    ARTifacts: Created at Home, an exhibition that recognizes the challenges presented by the pandemic and celebrates the creativity that has flourished. The exhibition will encompass highlights of a two-year exploration of art and wellness, featuring artwork from artists of all ages and abilities who live, work, visit, play and learn in Dublin.
    The ARTifacts: Created at Home exhibition will be on view at Dublin Arts Council, 7125 Riverside Dr., in Dublin, March 9 – April 16.
    Limited gallery visits will be scheduled at https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me in accordance with the prevailing COVID-19 protocol. The exhibition will take place inside and outside the gallery with in-person and online components, making the exhibition available to a larger audience.
  • Songs For A New World

    Dublin Community Recreation Center 5600 Post Rd, Dublin
    It’s about one moment. It’s about hitting the wall and having to make a choice… or take a stand… or turn around and go back. These are the stories and characters of today, the Songs for a New World. The first musical from Tony Award winner Jason Robert Brown, this moving collection of powerful songs examines life, love and the choices that we make.

    For more information please visit our website.
  • Mar
    21

    6 - Ft. Gallery: Irish Showcase

    Downtown Dublin OH
    Come check out the 6 ft. Gallery, a self-guided, street gallery tour showcasing local Dublin artists. This edition's theme is Irish showcasing portraits of scenes in Ireland.  
    The 6-ft. gallery project is a collaboration between Visit Dublin Ohio, Dublin Arts Council, and Cardinal Health designed to showcase Dublin’s resident artists while providing physical distancing guidance during the pandemic.
    Four local artists are engaged in the temporary public art project, which will be on view in March throughout downtown Dublin.
    Artists include:
    Additional details and guidance about health and safety in Dublin can be found at DublinSafe.com.
  • Art & Wellness: Artifacts Created At Home

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    Dublin Arts Council presents a retrospective of a two-year Art & Wellness initiative that began before the pandemic, in an exhibition of artworks created by professional artists and community members from Fall of 2019 through Spring 2021. The juried exhibition will include two- and three-dimensional artworks and video encompassing community reflection and interpretation of art and its influence on personal and community well-being.

    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
  • Artifacts: Created At Home Exhibition

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    ARTifacts: Created at Home, an exhibition that recognizes the challenges presented by the pandemic and celebrates the creativity that has flourished. The exhibition will encompass highlights of a two-year exploration of art and wellness, featuring artwork from artists of all ages and abilities who live, work, visit, play and learn in Dublin.
    The ARTifacts: Created at Home exhibition will be on view at Dublin Arts Council, 7125 Riverside Dr., in Dublin, March 9 – April 16.
    Limited gallery visits will be scheduled at https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me in accordance with the prevailing COVID-19 protocol. The exhibition will take place inside and outside the gallery with in-person and online components, making the exhibition available to a larger audience.
  • Songs For A New World

    Dublin Community Recreation Center 5600 Post Rd, Dublin
    It’s about one moment. It’s about hitting the wall and having to make a choice… or take a stand… or turn around and go back. These are the stories and characters of today, the Songs for a New World. The first musical from Tony Award winner Jason Robert Brown, this moving collection of powerful songs examines life, love and the choices that we make.

    For more information please visit our website.
  • Mar
    22

    6 - Ft. Gallery: Irish Showcase

    Downtown Dublin OH
    Come check out the 6 ft. Gallery, a self-guided, street gallery tour showcasing local Dublin artists. This edition's theme is Irish showcasing portraits of scenes in Ireland.  
    The 6-ft. gallery project is a collaboration between Visit Dublin Ohio, Dublin Arts Council, and Cardinal Health designed to showcase Dublin’s resident artists while providing physical distancing guidance during the pandemic.
    Four local artists are engaged in the temporary public art project, which will be on view in March throughout downtown Dublin.
    Artists include:
    Additional details and guidance about health and safety in Dublin can be found at DublinSafe.com.
  • Art & Wellness: Artifacts Created At Home

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    Dublin Arts Council presents a retrospective of a two-year Art & Wellness initiative that began before the pandemic, in an exhibition of artworks created by professional artists and community members from Fall of 2019 through Spring 2021. The juried exhibition will include two- and three-dimensional artworks and video encompassing community reflection and interpretation of art and its influence on personal and community well-being.

    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
  • Artifacts: Created At Home Exhibition

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    ARTifacts: Created at Home, an exhibition that recognizes the challenges presented by the pandemic and celebrates the creativity that has flourished. The exhibition will encompass highlights of a two-year exploration of art and wellness, featuring artwork from artists of all ages and abilities who live, work, visit, play and learn in Dublin.
    The ARTifacts: Created at Home exhibition will be on view at Dublin Arts Council, 7125 Riverside Dr., in Dublin, March 9 – April 16.
    Limited gallery visits will be scheduled at https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me in accordance with the prevailing COVID-19 protocol. The exhibition will take place inside and outside the gallery with in-person and online components, making the exhibition available to a larger audience.
  • Mar
    23

    6 - Ft. Gallery: Irish Showcase

    Downtown Dublin OH
    Come check out the 6 ft. Gallery, a self-guided, street gallery tour showcasing local Dublin artists. This edition's theme is Irish showcasing portraits of scenes in Ireland.  
    The 6-ft. gallery project is a collaboration between Visit Dublin Ohio, Dublin Arts Council, and Cardinal Health designed to showcase Dublin’s resident artists while providing physical distancing guidance during the pandemic.
    Four local artists are engaged in the temporary public art project, which will be on view in March throughout downtown Dublin.
    Artists include:
    Additional details and guidance about health and safety in Dublin can be found at DublinSafe.com.
  • Art & Wellness: Artifacts Created At Home

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    Dublin Arts Council presents a retrospective of a two-year Art & Wellness initiative that began before the pandemic, in an exhibition of artworks created by professional artists and community members from Fall of 2019 through Spring 2021. The juried exhibition will include two- and three-dimensional artworks and video encompassing community reflection and interpretation of art and its influence on personal and community well-being.

    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
  • Artifacts: Created At Home Exhibition

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    ARTifacts: Created at Home, an exhibition that recognizes the challenges presented by the pandemic and celebrates the creativity that has flourished. The exhibition will encompass highlights of a two-year exploration of art and wellness, featuring artwork from artists of all ages and abilities who live, work, visit, play and learn in Dublin.
    The ARTifacts: Created at Home exhibition will be on view at Dublin Arts Council, 7125 Riverside Dr., in Dublin, March 9 – April 16.
    Limited gallery visits will be scheduled at https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me in accordance with the prevailing COVID-19 protocol. The exhibition will take place inside and outside the gallery with in-person and online components, making the exhibition available to a larger audience.
  • Healthcare Providers Association

    Chamber Office 227 E 5th St, Marysville
    Healthcare Providers
  • Mar
    24

    6 - Ft. Gallery: Irish Showcase

    Downtown Dublin OH
    Come check out the 6 ft. Gallery, a self-guided, street gallery tour showcasing local Dublin artists. This edition's theme is Irish showcasing portraits of scenes in Ireland.  
    The 6-ft. gallery project is a collaboration between Visit Dublin Ohio, Dublin Arts Council, and Cardinal Health designed to showcase Dublin’s resident artists while providing physical distancing guidance during the pandemic.
    Four local artists are engaged in the temporary public art project, which will be on view in March throughout downtown Dublin.
    Artists include:
    Additional details and guidance about health and safety in Dublin can be found at DublinSafe.com.
  • Art & Wellness: Artifacts Created At Home

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    Dublin Arts Council presents a retrospective of a two-year Art & Wellness initiative that began before the pandemic, in an exhibition of artworks created by professional artists and community members from Fall of 2019 through Spring 2021. The juried exhibition will include two- and three-dimensional artworks and video encompassing community reflection and interpretation of art and its influence on personal and community well-being.

    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
  • Artifacts: Created At Home Exhibition

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    ARTifacts: Created at Home, an exhibition that recognizes the challenges presented by the pandemic and celebrates the creativity that has flourished. The exhibition will encompass highlights of a two-year exploration of art and wellness, featuring artwork from artists of all ages and abilities who live, work, visit, play and learn in Dublin.
    The ARTifacts: Created at Home exhibition will be on view at Dublin Arts Council, 7125 Riverside Dr., in Dublin, March 9 – April 16.
    Limited gallery visits will be scheduled at https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me in accordance with the prevailing COVID-19 protocol. The exhibition will take place inside and outside the gallery with in-person and online components, making the exhibition available to a larger audience.
  • Plain City Business Association (PCBA)

    Der Dutchman 445 S. Jefferson Ave, Plain City
    PCBA

    Speaker:
    Topic:
    Sponsor:
    Raffle:
  • Mar
    25

    6 - Ft. Gallery: Irish Showcase

    Downtown Dublin OH
    Come check out the 6 ft. Gallery, a self-guided, street gallery tour showcasing local Dublin artists. This edition's theme is Irish showcasing portraits of scenes in Ireland.  
    The 6-ft. gallery project is a collaboration between Visit Dublin Ohio, Dublin Arts Council, and Cardinal Health designed to showcase Dublin’s resident artists while providing physical distancing guidance during the pandemic.
    Four local artists are engaged in the temporary public art project, which will be on view in March throughout downtown Dublin.
    Artists include:
    Additional details and guidance about health and safety in Dublin can be found at DublinSafe.com.
  • Art & Wellness: Artifacts Created At Home

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    Dublin Arts Council presents a retrospective of a two-year Art & Wellness initiative that began before the pandemic, in an exhibition of artworks created by professional artists and community members from Fall of 2019 through Spring 2021. The juried exhibition will include two- and three-dimensional artworks and video encompassing community reflection and interpretation of art and its influence on personal and community well-being.

    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
  • Artifacts: Created At Home Exhibition

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    ARTifacts: Created at Home, an exhibition that recognizes the challenges presented by the pandemic and celebrates the creativity that has flourished. The exhibition will encompass highlights of a two-year exploration of art and wellness, featuring artwork from artists of all ages and abilities who live, work, visit, play and learn in Dublin.
    The ARTifacts: Created at Home exhibition will be on view at Dublin Arts Council, 7125 Riverside Dr., in Dublin, March 9 – April 16.
    Limited gallery visits will be scheduled at https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me in accordance with the prevailing COVID-19 protocol. The exhibition will take place inside and outside the gallery with in-person and online components, making the exhibition available to a larger audience.
  • Business Impact Breakfast

    Business Impact Breakfast Topic:

    For more information please visit our website.
  • Songs For A New World

    Dublin Community Recreation Center 5600 Post Rd, Dublin
    It’s about one moment. It’s about hitting the wall and having to make a choice… or take a stand… or turn around and go back. These are the stories and characters of today, the Songs for a New World. The first musical from Tony Award winner Jason Robert Brown, this moving collection of powerful songs examines life, love and the choices that we make.

    For more information please visit our website.
  • Mar
    26

    6 - Ft. Gallery: Irish Showcase

    Downtown Dublin OH
    Come check out the 6 ft. Gallery, a self-guided, street gallery tour showcasing local Dublin artists. This edition's theme is Irish showcasing portraits of scenes in Ireland.  
    The 6-ft. gallery project is a collaboration between Visit Dublin Ohio, Dublin Arts Council, and Cardinal Health designed to showcase Dublin’s resident artists while providing physical distancing guidance during the pandemic.
    Four local artists are engaged in the temporary public art project, which will be on view in March throughout downtown Dublin.
    Artists include:
    Additional details and guidance about health and safety in Dublin can be found at DublinSafe.com.
  • Art & Wellness: Artifacts Created At Home

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    Dublin Arts Council presents a retrospective of a two-year Art & Wellness initiative that began before the pandemic, in an exhibition of artworks created by professional artists and community members from Fall of 2019 through Spring 2021. The juried exhibition will include two- and three-dimensional artworks and video encompassing community reflection and interpretation of art and its influence on personal and community well-being.

    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
  • Artifacts: Created At Home Exhibition

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    ARTifacts: Created at Home, an exhibition that recognizes the challenges presented by the pandemic and celebrates the creativity that has flourished. The exhibition will encompass highlights of a two-year exploration of art and wellness, featuring artwork from artists of all ages and abilities who live, work, visit, play and learn in Dublin.
    The ARTifacts: Created at Home exhibition will be on view at Dublin Arts Council, 7125 Riverside Dr., in Dublin, March 9 – April 16.
    Limited gallery visits will be scheduled at https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me in accordance with the prevailing COVID-19 protocol. The exhibition will take place inside and outside the gallery with in-person and online components, making the exhibition available to a larger audience.
  • Songs For A New World

    Dublin Community Recreation Center 5600 Post Rd, Dublin
    It’s about one moment. It’s about hitting the wall and having to make a choice… or take a stand… or turn around and go back. These are the stories and characters of today, the Songs for a New World. The first musical from Tony Award winner Jason Robert Brown, this moving collection of powerful songs examines life, love and the choices that we make.

    For more information please visit our website.
  • Mar
    27

    6 - Ft. Gallery: Irish Showcase

    Downtown Dublin OH
    Come check out the 6 ft. Gallery, a self-guided, street gallery tour showcasing local Dublin artists. This edition's theme is Irish showcasing portraits of scenes in Ireland.  
    The 6-ft. gallery project is a collaboration between Visit Dublin Ohio, Dublin Arts Council, and Cardinal Health designed to showcase Dublin’s resident artists while providing physical distancing guidance during the pandemic.
    Four local artists are engaged in the temporary public art project, which will be on view in March throughout downtown Dublin.
    Artists include:
    Additional details and guidance about health and safety in Dublin can be found at DublinSafe.com.
  • Art & Wellness: Artifacts Created At Home

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    Dublin Arts Council presents a retrospective of a two-year Art & Wellness initiative that began before the pandemic, in an exhibition of artworks created by professional artists and community members from Fall of 2019 through Spring 2021. The juried exhibition will include two- and three-dimensional artworks and video encompassing community reflection and interpretation of art and its influence on personal and community well-being.

    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
  • Artifacts: Created At Home Exhibition

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    ARTifacts: Created at Home, an exhibition that recognizes the challenges presented by the pandemic and celebrates the creativity that has flourished. The exhibition will encompass highlights of a two-year exploration of art and wellness, featuring artwork from artists of all ages and abilities who live, work, visit, play and learn in Dublin.
    The ARTifacts: Created at Home exhibition will be on view at Dublin Arts Council, 7125 Riverside Dr., in Dublin, March 9 – April 16.
    Limited gallery visits will be scheduled at https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me in accordance with the prevailing COVID-19 protocol. The exhibition will take place inside and outside the gallery with in-person and online components, making the exhibition available to a larger audience.
  • Songs For A New World

    Dublin Community Recreation Center 5600 Post Rd, Dublin
    It’s about one moment. It’s about hitting the wall and having to make a choice… or take a stand… or turn around and go back. These are the stories and characters of today, the Songs for a New World. The first musical from Tony Award winner Jason Robert Brown, this moving collection of powerful songs examines life, love and the choices that we make.

    For more information please visit our website.
  • Mar
    28

    6 - Ft. Gallery: Irish Showcase

    Downtown Dublin OH
    Come check out the 6 ft. Gallery, a self-guided, street gallery tour showcasing local Dublin artists. This edition's theme is Irish showcasing portraits of scenes in Ireland.  
    The 6-ft. gallery project is a collaboration between Visit Dublin Ohio, Dublin Arts Council, and Cardinal Health designed to showcase Dublin’s resident artists while providing physical distancing guidance during the pandemic.
    Four local artists are engaged in the temporary public art project, which will be on view in March throughout downtown Dublin.
    Artists include:
    Additional details and guidance about health and safety in Dublin can be found at DublinSafe.com.
  • Art & Wellness: Artifacts Created At Home

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    Dublin Arts Council presents a retrospective of a two-year Art & Wellness initiative that began before the pandemic, in an exhibition of artworks created by professional artists and community members from Fall of 2019 through Spring 2021. The juried exhibition will include two- and three-dimensional artworks and video encompassing community reflection and interpretation of art and its influence on personal and community well-being.

    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
  • Artifacts: Created At Home Exhibition

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    ARTifacts: Created at Home, an exhibition that recognizes the challenges presented by the pandemic and celebrates the creativity that has flourished. The exhibition will encompass highlights of a two-year exploration of art and wellness, featuring artwork from artists of all ages and abilities who live, work, visit, play and learn in Dublin.
    The ARTifacts: Created at Home exhibition will be on view at Dublin Arts Council, 7125 Riverside Dr., in Dublin, March 9 – April 16.
    Limited gallery visits will be scheduled at https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me in accordance with the prevailing COVID-19 protocol. The exhibition will take place inside and outside the gallery with in-person and online components, making the exhibition available to a larger audience.
  • Mar
    29

    6 - Ft. Gallery: Irish Showcase

    Downtown Dublin OH
    Come check out the 6 ft. Gallery, a self-guided, street gallery tour showcasing local Dublin artists. This edition's theme is Irish showcasing portraits of scenes in Ireland.  
    The 6-ft. gallery project is a collaboration between Visit Dublin Ohio, Dublin Arts Council, and Cardinal Health designed to showcase Dublin’s resident artists while providing physical distancing guidance during the pandemic.
    Four local artists are engaged in the temporary public art project, which will be on view in March throughout downtown Dublin.
    Artists include:
    Additional details and guidance about health and safety in Dublin can be found at DublinSafe.com.
  • Art & Wellness: Artifacts Created At Home

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    Dublin Arts Council presents a retrospective of a two-year Art & Wellness initiative that began before the pandemic, in an exhibition of artworks created by professional artists and community members from Fall of 2019 through Spring 2021. The juried exhibition will include two- and three-dimensional artworks and video encompassing community reflection and interpretation of art and its influence on personal and community well-being.

    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
  • Artifacts: Created At Home Exhibition

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    ARTifacts: Created at Home, an exhibition that recognizes the challenges presented by the pandemic and celebrates the creativity that has flourished. The exhibition will encompass highlights of a two-year exploration of art and wellness, featuring artwork from artists of all ages and abilities who live, work, visit, play and learn in Dublin.
    The ARTifacts: Created at Home exhibition will be on view at Dublin Arts Council, 7125 Riverside Dr., in Dublin, March 9 – April 16.
    Limited gallery visits will be scheduled at https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me in accordance with the prevailing COVID-19 protocol. The exhibition will take place inside and outside the gallery with in-person and online components, making the exhibition available to a larger audience.
  • Spring Break - HLC Closed

  • Mar
    30

    Spring Break - HLC Closed

  • Art & Wellness: Artifacts Created At Home

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    Dublin Arts Council presents a retrospective of a two-year Art & Wellness initiative that began before the pandemic, in an exhibition of artworks created by professional artists and community members from Fall of 2019 through Spring 2021. The juried exhibition will include two- and three-dimensional artworks and video encompassing community reflection and interpretation of art and its influence on personal and community well-being.

    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
  • Artifacts: Created At Home Exhibition

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    ARTifacts: Created at Home, an exhibition that recognizes the challenges presented by the pandemic and celebrates the creativity that has flourished. The exhibition will encompass highlights of a two-year exploration of art and wellness, featuring artwork from artists of all ages and abilities who live, work, visit, play and learn in Dublin.
    The ARTifacts: Created at Home exhibition will be on view at Dublin Arts Council, 7125 Riverside Dr., in Dublin, March 9 – April 16.
    Limited gallery visits will be scheduled at https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me in accordance with the prevailing COVID-19 protocol. The exhibition will take place inside and outside the gallery with in-person and online components, making the exhibition available to a larger audience.
  • Mar
    31

    Spring Break - HLC Closed

  • Art & Wellness: Artifacts Created At Home

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    Dublin Arts Council presents a retrospective of a two-year Art & Wellness initiative that began before the pandemic, in an exhibition of artworks created by professional artists and community members from Fall of 2019 through Spring 2021. The juried exhibition will include two- and three-dimensional artworks and video encompassing community reflection and interpretation of art and its influence on personal and community well-being.

    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
  • Artifacts: Created At Home Exhibition

    Dublin Arts Council 7125 Riverside Dr, Dublin
    ARTifacts: Created at Home, an exhibition that recognizes the challenges presented by the pandemic and celebrates the creativity that has flourished. The exhibition will encompass highlights of a two-year exploration of art and wellness, featuring artwork from artists of all ages and abilities who live, work, visit, play and learn in Dublin.
    The ARTifacts: Created at Home exhibition will be on view at Dublin Arts Council, 7125 Riverside Dr., in Dublin, March 9 – April 16.
    Limited gallery visits will be scheduled at https://visitdublinartscouncil.as.me in accordance with the prevailing COVID-19 protocol. The exhibition will take place inside and outside the gallery with in-person and online components, making the exhibition available to a larger audience.
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