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Top 20 Holiday Events in Columbus
There are too many Columbus Holiday activities to list them all, but here are my picks for 2012's best events. Holiday tree lighting, free events, chorus engagements craft bazaars, Kwanzaa events and more.
The 15 Most Kid-Friendly Places in Central Ohio
Cool places to take kids in Columbus, Ohio including low-cost and no-cost activities.
6 Great Columbus-Area Holiday Light Displays
Holiday lights are a great (and cheap) activity for Columbus area residents. Be sure to check out these top displays and don't forget the cocoa!
Columbus Museum of Art - Kid Activities
Kid hands-on activities at the Columbus Museum of Art.
The 7 Most Romantic Places in Columbus
Columbus is a great place to live and part of the reason is because there are so many romantic spots around the city. What better way to live than with the love of another? And what better way to woo another than to take an outdoorsy route? Show off your OSU engagement tradition knowledge with the Long Walk or take a stroll underneath the stars at one of parks on our list.
5 Free Things to Do in Columbus
Columbus Ohio is a city alive with activity for all of its residents. Some of the best places in Columbus are free including gallery hops, parks, libraries, factory tours and more. Don't miss out of all the great things to do in C-bus!
Discover the Best Steakhouses in Columbus
Steak is serious business in Columbus, but discovering the truly great steakhouses can take time and money. Try the six steakhouses listed below.
5 Best Spots for Art Classes in Columbus
Columbus is the epicenter for great leaders in the arts. With dozens of galleries and hundreds of exhibitions yearly, Columbusites care about having a strong arts presence in the community. Often those centers for the arts offer classes to the public. You may never become Monet, but you can reach their height of your own artistic potential!
Holidays at the Franklin Park Conservatory
Spend the holidays at the Franklin Park Conservatory with gingerbread contests, the artistry of Chuck Jones and
Free Holiday Events December 1 - 7
Having fun this December doesn't have to max out your bank account. There are plenty of free activities for Central Ohio residents including Messiah 101, craftshows and the Grand Illumination.
The Mall at Tuttle Crossing Kids Play Area -...
This free, indoor, space-themed playplace at Tuttle Mall in Columbus Ohio is perfect for children under 42 inches tall. Kids will love climbing on and through planets, sliding down a comet's tail and sitting in a U.S. space shuttle. Free Wi-Fi for parents and coffee shop nearby.
Short North – Long on Interest and...
Neighborhood entertainment and demographic information for the Short North District in Columbus Ohio.
Columbus New Year's Eve Events
Columbus is jumping on New Year's Eve! Parties and events around the city for every taste and budget and we've got a great listing right here. Masquerade parties, symphony events and more! Have a happy and safe New Year's Eve!
Best Columbus Area Water Parks to Escape To
When temperatures get hot the city goes on the hunt for a little relief and that means heading to any one of the four of waterparks in the Columbus Ohio area. Check out our list!
Easton’s Eats and Treats
Review of the top 5 restaurants at Easton Town Center in Columbus, Ohio.
December Holiday Events Calendar
Deck the halls and jump in the car! These holiday activities are events you will not want to miss!
Unique Columbus Museums and Galleries
Columbus is not only a hot spot for sports and gourmet cuisine, it also has a thriving arts scene. Sure everyone knows about the Columbus Museum of Art, but there are other museums that are not as well known. Let's explore them!
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There is no end to holiday events in Columbus in December, whether you are looking for culinary delights, Santa-themed events or religious programming - Columbus has a little something for everyone. While there are lots of options, Columbus residents are also mindful of their budgets. Luckily there are plenty of free and low-cost events available.
Columbus New Year's Eve Events for Families
Make New Year's Eve fun for the whole family this year. There are several events around Columbus designed for families including parties at two area indoor water parks and First Night Columbus.
November Family and Kid Activities
November is all about the twinkling lights and the yummy smells of fall cooking in the kitchen. This month there is an event especially for moms who need to recharge their batteries, families who want to know the tips for making a great gingerbread house and it also kicks off the Wildlights at the Columbus Zoo. Have fun this month!
Resale Row -- 6 Thrift Stores in Columbus
"Resale Row" on west 5th Avenue has some of the best thrift stores in Columbus. There's furniture, wedding
Columbus Parks
Columbus is a green city in more ways than one. We have plenty of public green spaces -- Metro Parks, community parks and nearby state parks. They're filled with trails, ponds, activities, and oodles of wildlife. You set the pace and choose the actvities, so a day at one of these Columbus parks is as relaxed or envigorating as you want it to be. To make the experience even better -- most park activities are free.
Great Places to Find Santa in Columbus
Kids know they can find Santa in two places this time of year - at the North Pole and at the mall. Sometimes, the mall is just not a great place to get to know the big guy. If you're angling for something big - peace on Earth, a puppy or a new whiz bang, you may need to hit Santa outside the normal environments. Check out my list of places Santa will be around town.
Cool Arts Events for 2014
Columbus has a thriving arts scene and the best thing about it is residents can participate too! Check out these hands on events and activities.
Opa! Short North's Happy Greek
A full review of Columbus Ohio's The Happy Greek Restaurant located in the Short North neighborhood.
Ohio State Fair Discount Tickets, Discount Days
Get the biggest bang for your fair buck. Check out Ohio State money saving tips, tricks and coupons on everything from fudge to caricature portraits. Also find out more about discount days and where to buy discount fair tickets and all day ride passes.
Apple Picking in Columbus Ohio Area
There is nothing more satisfying than reaching up to pick a fresh apple from a tree on a crisp fall day. Apple picking is a timeless tradition and the Columbus Ohio area has a variety of farms where visitors can tour the farm, pick produce and learn more about how the popular fruit is grown.
Cheapest Ohio State Fair Day for Kids
There is one day during the Ohio State Fair that every parent looks forward to - the deep discount day when kids 12 and under get in free. This same day when you buy one ride wristband you get the second rider free.
Holiday Movie Festivals for December!
Holiday movies on the big screen! Check out your favorites and experience some new ones including Elf, White Christmas, Meet Me in St. Louis, Gremlins, Home Alone and the Muppet Christmas Carol. With low-cost (or free admission) you can't beat this holiday experience.
Free and Cheap Events in Columbus for November
November kicks off the holiday season. Thanksgiving and Veteran's Day come this month and there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy a variety of activities Columbus has to offer. Many will begin the month with an eye on Christmas shopping in December. There's no need to cut back on activities this holiday season, there are many events that are free or darn cheap and we've picked some of the coolest.
Twisted Vine -- Fine Wines and Cigars
A Review of The Twisted Vine -- Wine and Cigars in Columbus
Find a Perfect Christmas Tree in Columbus
Getting a fresh Christmas tree is key to some holiday traditions, you don't have to go far in Columbus to find a Christmas tree farm. Don't forget to check out our safety tips and ideas on how to keep your holiday tree fresh and happy.
Beer Events in Columbus 2014
Columbus Ohio loves its beer and this year there are all sorts of events dedicated to beer whether craft, homebrew and more!
Labor Day Events and Activities In Columbus Ohio
This weekend is the Greek Festival, Rhythm on the River with Ballet Met, Short North Gallery Hop or the Labor Day Arts Festival. Spend the last weekend of summer knee-deep in Columbus fun!
Cool Places to Go in Columbus Year Round
It's no secret that Columbus' weather is fickle, flaky and down right funky sometimes. You could have rain, sleet, snow, sun and wind all in the same week or the same day! On those days when you and the meteorologist aren't quite sure what is going on outside, these cool spots are fun year-round.
Shopping Events in Columbus for 2014
Columbus is a shopping draw for people outside of Central Ohio and it's not just for the well known shopping malls and high end retail shops. There are many popular shopping events throughout the year for every shopper's interest.
Columbus Zoo Animals
Columbus Zoo photographs Columbus Ohio Central Ohio
Free Concerts
Free Concerts in Columbus Ohio and Central Ohio
Valentine Day Events in Columbus
Stumped for things to do this Valentine's Day? Check out our listing of cool events and activities around the city including wine events, funny improv comedy and a class on how to make handmade chocolates.
Barnett Recreation Center Sprayground...
Free and open to the public, Barnett Recreation Center's Sprayground Playground features brightly colored dumping buckets, spinning and spraying water toys and plenty of room to play on the non-slip surface.
St. Patrick's Day Events and Activities
Fire up the music and dash yourself with green, it's time for St. Patty's Day events and activities!
Free Back to School Supplies in Central Ohio
School supplies aren't cheap and the costs keep rising. Central Ohio families who need a little extra help are getting it with back-to-school rallies and free supply drives. Check our listing of events.
Kid and Family Halloween Events in Columbus Ohio
Halloween celebration lasts all month long in Columbus with pumpkin patches, haunted houses and ghost ships and trick or treating alternatives. Don't miss the Fall Harvest Jamboree, Boo and the Zoo, 19th Century Halloween celebration at Ohio Village and Halloween-themed Kids Cooking at the Franklin Park Conservatory.
Short North Gallery Hop
The monthly Short North Gallery Hop is one of the most popular events in Columbus. Free music, late night access to the Short North Galleries and restaurant specials make it an event not to be missed.
January Events and Activities in Columbus
Don't hibernate this winter! Columbus has so much to see and do, wintertime is a wonderful time to see the winter side to familiar venues.
December Arts Events in Columbus Part 2
It's time to rock and roll, dance and sing for this holiday season. In part 2 of the holiday arts listing we have comedy with Vaud-Vilities and crooning from the Irish Tenors.
CAPA Summer Movie Series
The full 2012 CAPA Summer Movie Series featuring movies of every genre: musical Yankee Doodle Dandy, classic Saturday Morning cartoons, chick flick film Sixteen Candles and classic films The The French Connection, War of the Worlds and Guys and Dolls.
Holiday Music Performances
What is Christmas without music? This year Columbus has quite a few musical options in practically every genre. Check out my round-up of musical events.
General Ohio State Fair Information
The Ohio State Fair is 12 days of fun. Get the complete listing of dates, times, discount days, parking information, fair coupons and more.
Adult Halloween Events in Columbus
Do the Time Warp again with the Shadowbox Live's Rocky Horror Picture Show. This is just one of the many Halloween events Columbus has to offer those looking for a mature night of haunting. Check out the intellectual - yet still spooky - side of paranormal events at X-Fest. There are seminars on everything from aliens and ghosts to exercising demons. Haunting tales, 5k runs and romantic Halloween canoeing round out the area's Halloween offerings.
Columbus Martin Luther King Jr. Holiday Events...
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. continues to be a pivotal figure on national and world stage. Each year Americans celebrate his life and legacy through community events aimed at keeping alive King's message of equality, justice and care for all mankind. Columbus offers a variety of events including a march from City Hall to Veterans Hall, MLK Breakfast and community-wide service projects.
Beat Cabin Fever in Columbus for \$10 or less
The long gray Ohio winters can drive people crazy. I've gathered a few events and activities that will get residents out of the house for 10 bucks or less.
2014 Events with an African American Focus
Jazz, Rhythm and Blues and more are on tap for many 2014 events with an African American focus. Check out the diversity of the city!
12 Must Do Events This Year
Columbus plays host to a variety of experiences this and every year. Choosing one from each month was hard, but this round up show the diverse opportunities for fun, entertainment and more in our great city.
Ohio State Fair Events + Activities
The Ohio State Fair has so much to do, it is best to plan ahead so you don't miss a thing. Some of the attractions and events include, Texas on Tour, LEGO Ninjago Spinjitzu Masters Tour, Snakes Alive
Eddie George Grille 27 Restaurant Review
Sports themed American-fare restaurant on Ohio State University's campus.
October Fall Festivals
Are your ready for more fall festival fun? October brings via Columbus, which focuses on art and innovation in Columbus and Mamapalooza - fun for the whole family. Celebrate Italian Heritage with the Columbus Italian Festival, focus on tunes and flicks at the Ohio Film and Music Festival, stir it up at the Apple Butter Stirrin' Festival, make hay or salad at the Cabbage and Greens Festival and chunk some punkin' at the Circleville Pumpkin Festival.
Moose Calf
Columbus, OH. Page 4.
Ohio Public School Funding Reform
Public school funding in Ohio has been unconstitutional for over 10 years, current efforts to reform may be stalled by newly elected Ohio Governor Kasich.
Central Ohio Summer Festivals
Summer festivals are a Columbus, Ohio staple. Here we celebrate diverse cultures - Hispanic, African American, Serbian, Asian, etc.; diverse music - Jazz, blues, alternative; and diverse foods - ribs, strawberries, tomatoes and anything that can be put on a stick or fried.
Columbus Foodie Events for December
Columbus is becoming the home of the diverse palate. Foodies from around the world recognize Columbus' artisan foods, alcohols and events. This holiday season, check out what Columbus has to offer - I bet you'll be surprised!
Dance Event: Converge. Move. Evolve
Hey Columbusites! I just got info on a cool event taking place Friday, February 28th. If you're still looking for something to do - go watch bodies in motion!
Three Sunny Day Deeds to Do in Columbus
Outdoor activities for beautiful sunny days in Columbus.
Breastfeeding Help in Central Ohio
Breastfeeding is a great opportunity to bond with your baby while giving them their first foods. Studies have shown that breastfeeding gives babies the best start off in life. How parents nourish their child in those first months is a very personal decision and must be something that works with their family dynamic. For mothers who chose to breastfeed, it can be difficult road without encouragement and support.
Westerville School Calendar
The 12th largest school district in Ohio - Westerville City Schools complete school calendar including early release and grade card distribution dates.
Valentine's Day Events in Columbus
There are great events this year to celebrate your love including romantic dinner opportunities, crafting for two and even a zombie event! No matter your interests, there is something in Columbus for you the whole week of love!
Fall Festivals in Columbus Ohio - September
In September the fair and festival season in Columbus Ohio shifts into high gear with fall fun. There is something for everyone this month with Oktoberfest, the Labor Day Festival, the India Festival, tech focused viaColumbus, down home Country Living Fair, animal friendly Jack Hanna Fall Festival, soul stirring GospelFest and more.
Columbus Area, Central Ohio Trick or Treat Times
Dust off the carving tools and get your costume ready! It's time for pumpkin patches and trick or treating! Beggar's Night falls on Halloween this year which makes it easier to remember, but school teachers may not have an easy go of it on November 1st.
Columbus Named Intelligent City for 2nd Time
Tomorrow, Columbus community and city leaders, business people and residents will gather at Columbus Museum of Art to celebrate the city being chosen as a
Ohio State Football Schedule
Urban Meyer starts his first year as head football coach of The Ohio State Buckeyes. After suffering a disappointing 2011 season and coming out of the shadows of controversy many of the Buckeye faithful are looking forward to a fresh start.
North Market to Host Drive In Movies!
There's a lot to love about the North Market. Good location in the Short North close to Downton, a wide variety of food merchants including Jeni's Ice Cream and
5 Things to Do at the Asian Festival
Having fun in Columbus doesn't have to cost a lot of money. The Asian Festival serves up fun and excitement for little to no cost.
Columbus Foodie Events for November
Columbus is becoming the home of the diverse palate. Foodies from around the world recognize Columbus' artisan foods, alcohols and events. We're more than fried Kool-Aid, though we have that too.
TAT Ristoranted di Famiglia Review
TAT Ristoranted di Famiglia, located at the corner of Livingston Avenue and James Road, is a restaurant unlike any other in its immediate vicinity. This long time family - owned restaurant, nestled on the city's east side, boasts homemade Italian comfort food - something no other restaurant in the neighborhood does and does so well.
Fresh Roasted Coffee
Four coffee vendors in Columbus and Central Ohio roast their own coffee beans.
Haunted Houses in Columbus Ohio
Take your Halloween haunting on the road and visit some of the most popular haunted houses in the Columbus area. Watch history and ghostly legends collide during the Statehouse tours, take the kids on a spooky pirate ship downtown at the Santa Maria or try not to faint during a Haunted Hoochie visit. Find a spooky spot near you!
Highball Masquerade on High
Highball Masquerade on High is one of the most popular Halloween events in Columbus. Now in its sixth year, the event acts as a major fundraiser for the Short North Arts District, a showcase of local talent and a bang up party. Activities include professional and children's costume contests, giant runway show, huge tailgate party and kids' day with bounce houses, face painting, Trick or Treat stations and more.
Ohio Travel: What's Going On in Columbus in May...
A listing for May events in Columbus Ohio. Page 2.
September Events and Activities in Columbus, Ohio
September brings remembering the tragedy of September 11th through several memorials, the New Albany Classic and Grand Prix, food truck tours, Home School Days, Katy Perry, Diana Ross and PB and Jazz. Variety is not only the spice of life, it is something the Greater Columbus area does well and reflects the interests and diversity of its residents.
Worthington Ohio Walking Tour
A Walking Tour of Downtown Old Worthington, Ohio in Central Ohio
Celebrate Black History Month in Columbus
Celebrate Black History Month in Columbus with the variety of events and activities.
Costumes in Columbus
Getting Ready for Halloween is Half the Fun! And local shops are ready to fulfill your Halloween fantasies! Don't forget area thrift stores as well, we've got tips for thrift shopping and where you can get costume rentals as well as vintage clothing.
Residents Starting to Return to Normal
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Columbus Blue Jackets Preseason Schedule
The Columbus Blue Jackets don’t start their regular season until October 3. But, come September 15, they’re slapping the ice, the puck and anything else in their way. Here’s the Blue Jackets preseason schedule.
Black History Events and Activities
Black History Month is celebrated throughout Columbus with a variety of events and activities for everyone. Check out my list of events that are both fun and educational for the whole family.
Beggar Night Times and Pumpkin Patches in...
Dust off the carving tools and get your costume ready! It's time for pumpkin patches and trick or treating! Beggar's Night falls on Halloween this year which makes it easier to remember, but school teachers may not have an easy go of it on Tuesday, November 1st.
July 4th: Columbus Ohio Area Community Events
There are so many activities and events scheduled for the Fourth of July! Free concerts of every genre of music, including the Central Ohio Symphony and Columbus Symphony Orchestra. Nostalgia reigns at Ohio Historical Village with pie eating contests in the recreated 19th Century Village. Don't forget all of the parades including the wacky Doo Dah parade in the Short North. Fireworks accompany many of the events in the evening. Be sure to check out our separate listing.
Thurman Cafe Review
This famous little German Village restaurant is a hot spot for a big reason. Psst, it's a sandwich.
Ohio Expo Center Events
The Ohio Expo Center - did you know it's open year-round? It turns out it's a popular place for large events all year long! This month's activities include the Central Ohio Home and Garden Show, Central District Basketball Tournament, Best of The U.S. Alpaca Show and Sale and Ohio Roller Girls Roller Derby.
Feed Your Face Columbus
It doesn't matter whether you've got a taste for steak or gourmet vegetarian, cream puffs or tabouli -- Columbus restaurants can give you what you crave. Check
Leopard
Columbus, OH. Page 5.
Columbus Historical Society - More Than Dust in...
The Ohio Historical Society sounds like a fuddy-duddy place where field trip fun goes to die. In fact, the exact opposite is true. The center, founded in 1990 by a group of passionate Ohio historians, provides tons of free public programs, off-site exhibits, print materials, and more.
Bust Out the Calendar Columbus
The local weather folks are predicting more snow and cold which has many people looking for ways to get out of the city. Instead of heading for the sunny
Family Friendly March Events
Every spring Columbus families look for ways to get out into the city. This March there are awesome events for everyone including cooking classes for kids, butterfly tending and awesome theater shows!
Columbus Commons Review
A full review of Columbus Commons.
Photos from Broadway Across America
The kick of live theater is the immediacy, the you-are-part-of-it realness of the stage, the characters, the action and the crowd around you. These photos give you a just a taste of the 2009-2010 Broadway Across America series. Page 8.
Montessori Schools in Columbus
Columbus has a variety of educational options including Montessori. Check out our listing of Montessori method education locations.
King-Lincoln Entertainment District – A...
East side of Columbus, Ohio historic bed and breakfast. Page 4.
Free March Events and Activities
There is so much to see and do in Columbus and many of it is cheap or free! So if cabin fever is kicking in, close your eyes and chose from this great list of things to do on the cheap.
February Craft Activities
Check out these great Columbus craft activities and events for February.
Columbus Bicentennial - The Arts
Columbus often surprises visitors don't expect to find a vibrant art community right in the middle of Ohio. Our symphonies, renown museums, indie art scene and dance companies are all putting on performances and events to celebrate Columbus.
Lancaster Old Car Club Car Show
The 2010 Lancaster Old Car Club’s spring festival and car show rolls out June 5-6. Look for antique and muscle cars, military vehicles and a 1930s reproduction filling station museum.
Horror Film Festival in Columbus - August...
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Central Ohio Splashparks
Columbus may be land-locked, but that doesn't mean water isn't plentiful. When Columbus families look to cool off they head to local splashparks that are long on fun and short on cost. Check out our full listing!
5 Family Things to Do in April
Things for families to do in Columbus in April. Don't let spring break get you stumped. Make your staycation in Columbus grand!
Labor Day Weekend in Columbus
Columbus Labor Day Weekend is packed with festivals, horse shows, sports (including cricket matches), art shows and more.
July 4th: Red, White and Boom Schedule and Times
Red, White and Boom is the largest fireworks display in the Midwest. What people don't know is leading up to the Fourth of July festivities are events for the entire community. Food, games, live music, annual parade, taste of Boom, WNCI
Free October Art Events
When it comes to art, people tend to think it's best served with moola and lots of it. This month there are fantastic exhibits to expand your mind without blowing up your wallet.
Dance Baby! November Events to Get You Grooving
Find great places to dance and or watch dance to get in shape, have fun and be inspired in Columbus, Ohio.
5 Cool Classes for Kids in November
Not all learning starts and ends in the classroom. Columbus has quite a few places where kids can go and learn more about the world around them with hands-on experience.
December Arts Events in Columbus Part 1
Nothing says holiday cheer like the arts! Music, exhibitions and more brings the sights and sounds of the season to Central Ohio. Don't miss part two of our listing.
For the Film Buffs...
Columbus has a truly diverse community and while there is a lot of press about our foodies, it is worth mentioning we have quite a community of film
Weiland's Gourmet Market
A review of Weiland's Gourmet Market in Columbus, Ohio
Sing, Dance, Play - Events for Families in...
The start of school doesn't mean the end of fun. September in Columbus is always a great month to enjoy both outdoor and indoor events geared toward families with kids of all ages. Sing, Dance and Play Columbus!
Rhinos Kulinda and Klyde
Columbus, OH. Page 2.
Harvest Pizzeria Restaurant Review
Harvest Pizzeria in German Villiage is one of those quaint German Village joints that if you haven't heard about it, you're clearly not in the circle of foodie cool kids or a German Village resident.
North Market Review
North Market is chocked full of food and fun. Located in the Short North District it has 35 different vendors all gathered in one very cool place to shop, eat and explore Columbus' culinary side.
CATCO <i>Is</i> Live Theatre in Columbus
Want to be entertained, inspired, provoked? Check out CATCO's 26th season of live theatre filled with drama, suspense and comedy.
Kid and Family Events for April
As Spring begins, family and kid activities take flight. Here's a good collection of pay and free activities for kids and families around Columbus this month.
Festival Latino in Columbus
Spice up your weekend with Latin-American music, food, dance, crafts and more at the Festical Latino, August 15-16, in Genoa Park, on the downtown Columbus riverfront.
Lectures & Workshops in Columbus for February
Columbus is a center for learning! Check out these great lectures for the month of February
Ohio Statehouse Celebrates Women’s...
The Ohio Statehouse will celebrate Women’s History Month, March 1 – 31, 2013, with tours of the Ladies’ Gallery and a special exhibit on Mrs. Warren G. Harding.
Employment Centers in Columbus
Columbus is incredibly resilient when it comes to economic shake-ups. If they happen to reach the city, it bounces back fairly quickly. Whether you are entering the workforce for the first time or interested in new opportunities, this list will help you find the services you need.
Columbus and Central Ohio Fourth of July...
In Columbus Ohio, we celebrate the Fourth of July for days on end. Kicking off July 3rd with Red, White and Boom - the Midwest's Largest Fireworks Display - and filling in the weekend with local festivals, family-friendly events, free concerts and local fireworks display for the cities that make up Central Ohio. This jam-packed weekend can only be described and fun and exciting! The best thing is many of the Fourth of July events are FREE!
5 Things to Do in Columbus in April
You may not have time to do all the cool things Columbus has to offer, but you have time to do five! Check out these five picks for April.
2013 Red White and Boom Activities
An event you have to see to believe - Red, White and Boom is a must do for every Central Ohioan. Great food, music and activities for every taste, the Boom! is one of the Midwest's largest events/fireworks displays. Check out everything the event has to offer.
Columbus Has Car Shows, Cruisins' and a Whole...
Things to Do During Columbus Car Shows
Marble Cliff
Tiny Marble Cliff is a charming suburb of Columbus, Ohio. Here's info on the village's history, schools, city services, recreation, bus lines and more.
Phoenix Theatre for Children in Columbus
The Phoenix Theatre – Columbus’ award-winning live theater for children has been entertaining families and classrooms since 1993. Here's the 2009-2010 season line-up.
Odd and graceful -- flamingo
Columbus, OH. Page 6.
Greek Festival
Discover more about the Greek culture through food, song and desserts!
Short North Galleries Part 1
Columbus is rich in the arts, no where is that more apparent than in the Short North District, a neighborhood known for its eclectic and electric vibe. This is part one of two articles looking at the galleries of the area.
New Star of the Zoo
Columbus, OH. Page 9.
2013 Kids and Family Events in Columbus Part 2
Between camp and the beginning of school is the sweet spot - that time in the summer where you can pack up the family and check out great events and activities. No pressure, no plan, just long summer days. Here are even more kid and family events in Columbus.
Sustainable Living
The Mid Ohio Regional Planning Commission (MORPC) Report on Sustainable Living Practices urges Ohioans to buy locally, use mass transit, bike, walk, and plan for environmentally responsible buildings and development.
Bexley Academic Calendar
Bexley City Schools are some of the highest ranked schools in the state. Located in the city within the city of Columbus Bexley Schools have a student teacher ratio of 16:1 with the average graduation rate of 99.5 percent.
Labor and Delivery Class in Central Ohio
Congratulations! You're getting ready to have a baby! This is an exciting and maybe a little scary time for your family as you get ready to welcome a new little person into your world. Taking a childbirth class can help prepare a new mother with the rigors of labor and delivery. Check out what the city has to offer:<
Black Creek Bistro
The Black Creek Bistro’s quirky, creative combinations of fresh-off-the-farm ingredients quickly earned it a place on the “Top Columbus Restaurants” lists. And the food and service just keep getting better. The best time to enjoy Black Creek Bistro if you’re on a budget? Monday-Fridays, 4-7 p.m.
Northland Community Fourth of July Parade
This is the 51st year for the only parade held in the city of Columbus on the 4th of July. The Northland Community Parade is the largest civically organized parade in the state of Ohio. This year the council expects over 100 participants and the parade Grand Marshal is Frederick C. Peerenboom. The parade is followed by the Columbus Square Vintage Car Show with proceeds benefiting the Big Brothers and Big Sisters Organization.
Nightmare on High - December Listing
Horror every week, all year long! Check out the December offerings for the only weekly horror film festival in the United State, located right here in Columbus, Ohio.
Kid + Family Activities at the Arnold Sports...
The Arnold Sports Festival is a big event in Columbus drawing sports enthusiasts from around the world. While most people only know it for the super muscles on display or the billions of vitamin supplement bags attendees lung through the downtown area, the event has several fun family and kid appropriate events.
Short North Galleries Part 2
Columbus is rich in the arts, no where is that more apparent than in the Short North District, a neighborhood known for its eclectic and electric vibe. This is part two of two articles looking at the galleries of the area.
Free April Events in Columbus
Celebrate Spring with these great, FREE events. Earth Day Celebrations, kids hat day and more await this month.
Best Mother's Day Ideas for Columbus
Stumped on what to do for the most important woman in your life? I've got a good list of Mother's Day activities and events that should help you out. A note of caution, don't wait until the last minute or you'll find yourself scrapping together a gift from the nearby gas station.
10 Things for Teens at The Ohio State Fair
The Ohio State Fair has a host of activities and events designed especially for teens. Check out our round up.
Halloween Horror Movie Hook-Up Part 3
Part three of the Halloween Horror Movie Hook-Up list comes from Gateway Film Center and is all about KIDS! Cool, family-friendly movies, trick or treat gifts and Halloween themed activties!
8 Healthy Events in Columbus
Turning over a new leaf or continuing a healthy lifestyle? Check out these events to keep you going all year long.
Free April Events and Activities
Looking for something to do this month? Giving all your money to the tax man? Don't worry, there are plenty of free events!
Not My Baggage -- Artist Helma Groot at Port...
Public art in Columbus can be as elegant and sparse as a Henry Moore sculpture or as literal as the giant Christopher Columbus on Columbus State's campus. But a lot of Columbus' public art is whimsical, with just a touch of irony. Take, for example, artist Helma Groot's newest mobiles dangling at the Ohio Arts Council's <i>Port Columbus Gateway to The Arts</i> at the Columbus airport.

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