Downtown Living Blog

WHAT'S ON TAP THIS MONTH
Eric,
There's a lot to see and do this month with the CYP Club! Join us tonight for a Member Dinner at Pies & Pints in the Short North or on Wednesday at our Summer Social at City Tavern (inside the historic Wonder Bread building) in Italian Village.
Only 1 spot remains to volunteer with us on Wednesday at the Mid-Ohio Foodbank. And only 2 rooms remain for our Summer Road Trip to Nashville! Get ready to roll up your sleeves this Saturday for our Urban Farming Volunteer Event at Clarfield Farms.
We'll also have two networking events next week: YP Networking Night will be hosted at Brookside Golf & Country Club on 7/18 and The Big YP Networking Event will be at Costco Polaris on 7/20. Plus, Coffee Talk Networking returns on 7/27 at the Chocolate Cafe!
Fianlly, early-bird pricing is now in effect (through 7/28) for Six Bars in Six Hours, our end-of-summer bar crawl along Grandview Avenue.

Happy July!
Kelly Oldaker and Ryan Shaw, CYP Club Event Coordinators
Summer Road Trip to Nashville!
On July 21-23, we're organizing a road trip to Nashville for a weekend getaway! Join us as we explore Music City as a group. All members and friends are welcome to join us. LEARN MORE »
SOCIALIZE
7/12 : Summer Social at City Tavern (free for Premium members)
8/1 : Summer Social at Buckeye Bourbon House (free for Premium members)
8/2 : Summer Social at Wolf's Ridge Brewery (free for Premium members)
8/8 : Summer Social at Grandview Cafe (free for Premium members)
$25 gets you 12 months of Premium membership
Upgrade to premium membership this month for a year's worth of great benefits like free admission to ALL of our Summer Socials, and more! LEARN MORE »
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Capital Crossroads Special Improvement District and Discovery Special Improvement Districts send this Downtown News Network e-alert to Downtown Columbus business and property contacts. It is intended for re-distribution to downtown employees, residents and others. Content is collected and managed by Capital Crossroads and Discovery SIDs for their member property owners and their tenants.
 
Capital Crossroads SID Notes

Pearl Market 
Have you seen the new public art welcoming you into Pearl Market? (Hint: look up when you enter Pearl Alley.) Come see what's new from a rich mix of merchants offering locally grown produce, hand-crafted merchandise and delicious food. The market runs each Tuesday and Friday10:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. through October 13.

On Friday, July 7, enjoy live music with DJ Charles Erikson.

Also, customers who use the Ohio Direction Card can Double their spending power in Pearl Market thanks to Veggie Snaps. If you use the Ohio Direction Card, stop by the market tent, and they will show you how to double your spending power on fresh fruits and veggies. http://downtowncolumbus.com/home/what-s-happening/pearlmarket/ 

Discovery SID Notes

Beach Volleyball Court
Once again this summer, the sand volleyball court is up and running across Grant Ave. from Hills Market (where you can grab the key and a ball). After you've sweated up a storm, head over to Hills or Grass Skirt for some post-game quaffing. http://downtowncolumbus.com/home/what-s-happening/sand-volleyball/

Summer Movie Series
The From Book to Film outdoor summer movie series has returned to Topiary Park for the From Book to Film series. The next showing will be Curious George on July 15. A food truck will be on hand, and there's free popcorn while supplies last. Click here to learn more about the series.

PB&J Jazz at the Topiary Park
Columbus Jazz Arts Group's PB&J Jazz returns to the Topiary Park this summer on July 8August 12 and September 9. The series starts with a storytime inside the Main Library at 11:30 am and moves outside for the concert at noon followed by an art activity at 1pmClick here to learn more about the series

Traffic Alert

Commuter Challenge Results In
The Mid-Ohio Regional Planning Commission (MORPC), Central Ohio Transit Authority (COTA), car2go and CoGo have announced the impact that the 2017 Central Ohio Commuter Challenge has had since starting June 1, 2017. By choosing sustainable modes of transportation, participants are reducing vehicular congestion and improving air quality throughout the region. More than 600 people participated in the 2017 Central Ohio Commuter Challenge, causing Vehicle Miles Traveled (VMT) to be reduced by 123,478 miles and saving a collective $33,248. Participation in the challenge has also reduced the amount of tailpipe greenhouse gas emissions by 65,378 pounds. 

Road Race Updates
Columbus City Council passed legislation requiring that road race promoters apply for a permit at least 30 days prior to an event and to reach out to affected neighborhoods along the race course. This section will post updates about race applications that have been filed for downtown to allow for comment. You can request a copy of the route or send comments to Stephen Paullin at SBPaullin@columbus.gov.

Event: Pelotonia
Date: August 5
Location: North Bank Park
Feedback Due: July 11

News and Notes

car2go Home Area Expansion
More than 25,000 car2go Columbus members can go farther with the announcement of a Home Area expansion. More members can access the convenience of one-way carsharing. Also this year, car2go Columbus upgraded its fleet of over 200 vehicle with the next-gen smart, the newest model smart. Now car2go can better accommodate more members, take more cars off the road, and provide a convenient way to get around the city. Through July 15, new members can sign up using the promo code GOFAR for free registration and $5 of drive credit. https://www.car2go.com/US/en/columbus/

Yoga@CMA
Thursday nights, 6 - 7 p.m. (Yoga), 7 - 7:30 p.m. (Meditation)
Columbus Museum of Art
Join CMA and Replenish: the Spa Co-Op for Thursday night yoga and meditation in the galleries. Gallery location rotates weekly. Cost of yoga is donation-based and supports efforts by Replenish to ensure that all people have a space to do yoga. All are welcome and no registration requested. 

Discounted Zoo Admission from COTA and Columbus Zoo and Aquarium 
The Columbus Zoo and Aquarium and the Central Transit Authority (COTA) are offering COTA's Zoo Bus riders special savings on Zoo admission this summer. Riders will receive Columbus Zoo admission for $3 and Zoombezi Bay admission for $10 per person. Zoo Bus fares are only $2 each way. Weekend and Holiday Zoo Bus service runs Saturday, May 6-Monday, September 4. The Zoo Bus also operates Independence Day and Labor Day. Weekday service runs through Friday, September 1Click here for more information

Zoo Bus riders should ask the bus operator for a transfer/coupon. Discounted admission will be provided when Zoo Bus riders present the transfer/coupon at the Zoo's admission windows. The discount is not valid with other offers. Zoo Bus riders can board at the Statehouse Downtown stop (located on High Street between State Street and Broad Street) or leave their cars at the Griggs Dam Park & Ride (located at Riverside Drive & Nottingham Road). 

Special Events

Weekly Art Talks: Conversations & Coffee
Columbus Cultural Arts Center
July 6, No Conversations & Coffee due to the holiday
July 13, Dave Bening, Ceramic Artist, Serious Black
July 20, Amandda Leigh Tirey, Oil Painter, Of Space and Blood
http://www.culturalartscenteronline.org/

Exhibit: Engineering Utopia
Now through July 15
Urban Arts Space
Featuring work by John Cage, Charles Csuri, Lutz Dammbeck, Isla Hansen, Ken Rinaldo, Lillian Schwartz, Stan VanDerBeek, and Amy Youngs, along with research into the restoration of works by Chris Burden and Ken Goldberg. http://uas.osu.edu

Exhibit: Melancholia
Now through July 22
Angela Meleca Gallery
Angela Meleca Gallery will present Melancholia, Sean Foley's first solo exhibition in the gallery. This is the first time in twenty years Foley has had a solo show Columbus. His new body of work explores concepts of melancholy that arose while Foley was researching wonder, and began to see the two as related and opposite. http://www.angelamelecagallery.com/melancholia

Exhibit: The Waiting Room: Reenactments from a Life
Now through July 25
City Center Gallery at Urban Arts Space
Artist Jim Rubino has created more than 150 moving mechanical pieces in his installation, with each object mimicking how it typically moved-once per hour in a repeating one-hour performance that reflects the cyclical nature and transience of life. http://uas.osu.edu 

Exhibit: ...of space and blood
Now through July 29
Opening Reception: July 76 - 8 p.m.
Columbus Cultural Arts Center
Painter Amandda Tirey is intrigued by space and the vast biological existence inside and around us. Her large format works in oil appear to freeze the motion of active forms floating in an ambiguous space devoid of gravity, or capture slices of an anonymous aura delicately placed in a Petri dish. She creates her own visual science by bringing to life these fictional Liquidscapes and grand nebulous worlds. http://www.culturalartscenteronline.org/ 

Lord Dunmore's War and the Fort Gower Resolves
Now through September 25
Ohio Statehouse Map Room
Lord Dunmore's War is a designation that is applied to a series of bloody hostilities between the frontier population of Pennsylvania and Virginia, and the Native Americans living in the Ohio Country, especially the Shawnee and Ohio Seneca-Cayuga in the year 1774. http://ohiostatehouse.org

Exhibit: Red Horizon: Contemporary Art and Photography in the USSR and Russia, 1960-2010
Now through September 24
Columbus Museum of Art
Coinciding with the centennial of the 1917 Russian Revolution, Columbus Museum of Art presents Red Horizon: Contemporary Art and Photography in the USSR and Russia, 1960-2010. This timely exhibition is drawn from two facets of Neil K. Rector's world-class art collection: Soviet and Russian photography from the 1970s to the early 1990s, and the work of Moscow-based unofficial artists who came to prominence in the 1960s and 1970s. Combining more than 300 works from these two aspects of the collection, Red Horizon offers fresh perspective on the art and life of this period, and suggests how creativity and critical thinking manifest themselves under the most difficult social and ideological circumstances. https://www.columbusmuseum.org/

Tour Capitol Square: See the Ohio Statehouse Grounds as Never Before
Now through September 29
Ohio Statehouse
The Ohio Statehouse has one of the most beautiful capitol grounds in the country. This 45-minute tour will highlight the Statehouse's exterior architecture, monuments, Civil War cannons, and foliage. Tours will leave from the West Plaza (High Street) and are weather permitting. To schedule a free Statehouse Grounds tour, please contact Katie Montgomery at 614.728.3726http://ohiostatehouse.org 

Food Truck Food Court
Thursdays through October 26, 11 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Columbus Commons
Come enjoy 10 of the best food trucks in town. Enjoy eight staple trucks who will be there every single week: Giant Eagle Market District, Cupzilla, Angry Weiner, Mikey's Late Night Slice, Kinetic, Paddy Wagon, Pitabilities and Mya's Fried Chicken, plus two special guest trucks, which rotate monthly. This month's special
food trucks are MOJO TAGO and MIXING BOWL. http://columbuscommons.org/happenings/food-truck-food-court/

Rooftop Garden Tour
July 7, 1:45 - 2:25 p.m.
OSU Urban Arts Space
Urban Arts Space and the Columbus Downtown Development Corporation partner to offer tours of the Lazarus Building rooftop gardens the first Friday of the month from May through October. The tour begins inside Urban Arts Space, where guests will be guided through the current exhibitions and learn about the many green aspects of the gallery. The tour concludes with a trip up to the beautiful green roof with Lazarus Building Manager Robert Turrin. If you have a group of 10 people or more, you may request a special tour by emailing uastoursrsvp@gmail.comhttp://uas.osu.edu 

Commons for Kids
July 7, 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Columbus Commons
Little people can give the carousel a whirl or hit the bounce-houses free of charge. You'll find something for every kind of tyke with the Imagination Playground, crafts, and games. If Mother Nature cooperates (when the temperature is 80 degrees or above), you'll find an inflatable water slide and kid's swimsuits are welcome. July 7 is cookie decorating at Columbus Commons. http://columbuscommons.org/happenings/commons-for-kids/

Remember When Rock Was Young - The Elton John Tribute
July 8, 8 p.m.
Columbus Commons
Starring Craig A. Meyer as "Almost Elton John" and featuring music by The Rocket Band, this spectacular musical journey celebrates the decades of chart-topping hits of Sir Elton John. including "Benny and the Jets", "Philadelphia Freedom," and "Crocodile Rock", to name a few. http://www.columbussymphony.com/events/calendar/profile.dT/remember-when-rock-was-young-the-elton-john-tribute 

Hills Market Hog Roast
July 8, 11 a.m. - 3 p.m.
Hills Market Downtown
Hills will be selling slow roasted and smoked pulled pork sandwiches with local bbq sauce from CaJohn's served with corn bread, baked beans and slaw, plus Gold'n Krisp Potato Chips and Banana Puddin'. Seventh Son Brewing will be on site offering beers, and wine and Margaritas will be on sale as well. When you RSVP on Eventbrite (for free) and are one of the first 100 to show your ticket at the Downtown Hog Roast, you will get a free reusable Hills Downtown bag.

Family Adventures Tour
July 9 and 232 p.m.
Columbus Museum of Art
Share ideas, laugh, and play games during this docent-guided experience. Your family team may embark on a scavenger hunt, imagine yourselves inside a painting, or discover a work of art that tells a family story. Family Adventures are a great way to share quality time and make new memories together. No registration requested. http://columbusmuseum.org

Art Walk and Landmark Talk
July 10, 7 p.m.
Discovery District
Join Columbus Landmarks & Columbus Public Health for a one-hour walk featuring the architecture, public art and history of the Discovery District. The tour begins at the Thurber House and includes a bonus visit to the Jefferson Avenue Center's newly renovated property at 100 Jefferson Avenue. http://columbuslandmarks.org/free-art-walks-mondays/ 

Art of Cuisine: Red Horizon
July 11, 6:30 - 9 p.m.
Columbus Museum of Art
Join collector Neil K. Rector and CMA Curators Tyler Cann and Drew Sawyer for a dinner party inspired by Red Horizon: Contemporary Art and Photographer in the USSR and Russia, 1960-2010. Guests will be treated to a tasting menu featuring a modern twist on Russian fare paired with commentary on the collection and followed by a private tour of the exhibition. Cash bar with creative cocktails will be available. Space is limited, and advance reservations recommended. Tickets are $95 for CMA members and $105 for non-members. Please call 614.629.0328 or visit columbusmuseum.org and click on Events & Programs for more information. 

A Little Night Music
July 13, 8 p.m.
Southern Theatre
One of the most popular and whimsical works by Mozart, Eine kleine Nachtmusik (A Little Night Music), is performed in full as the strings of the Columbus Symphony take the stage for an unforgettable night of music. This concert will show off the brilliant leadership within the ensemble as it is performed conductor-less. http://columbussymphony.com/events/calendar/profile.dT/a-little-night-music 

Recital: Rocco Di Pietro and Friends
July 13, 6:30 p.m.
Urban Arts Space
Fans of the popular Marotta Hour won't want to miss its new incarnation at this special, one-night only performance by musician Rocco Di Pietro and friends, including the American premiere of Julius Eastman's "Hail Mary." Di Pietro will be joined by fellow musicians David Nelson Tomasacci, Romulo Vazquez, Larry Marotta, and Paul Strawser. uas.osu.edu

Bastille Day at Topiary Park
July 136 - 10 p.m.
Topiary Park
Enjoy a unique al fresco experience, with a wine auction, themed gift basket auction, Derek DiCenzo Jazz Trio and lots of ooh-la-la! Tickets are $50 per person, $80 per couples, with six tickets for $285. Call 614.645.0197 to purchase tickets. http://www.topiarypark.org/

Greater Columbus: The 2017 Greater Columbus Arts Council Visual Arts Exhibition
July 14 - November 26
Columbus Museum of Art
Highlighting the outstanding talent and ability of Columbus artists, the exhibition includes work by the recipients of the 2016 Visual Arts Fellowship Awards including Sue Cavanaugh, Paige Früchtnicht, Dani Leventhal, and Melissa Vogley Woods. For Greater Columbus, Paige Früchtnicht shows work with Greg Ponchak under the collective name OGH, and Dani Leventhal presents collaborative work with Sheilah Wilson. Chosen by jury, these artists represent a diverse range of practices fostered within Columbus's artistic community. Each with their own voice, they demonstrate the strength and vibrancy of the region's artistic ecology. http://www.columbusmuseum.org/

Crafternoons! 
July 15, 1 - 2: 30 p.m.
OSU Urban Arts Space
During Crafternoons!, guests 16 and over create unique pieces each month with supplies provided by the Space. The event is free and open to all. This month, you can etch glass wine bottles using a brush-on technique. They will supply wine bottles, but feel free to recycle your own glass bottles, glasses, or jars. You may also bring your own stencil or printed reference. uas.osu.edu

Little Cities of Black Diamonds
July 16, 2 p.m.
Kelton House Museum & Garden
Join Kelton House for a program about the Little Cities of Black Diamonds region (southern Perry, northern Athens, eastern Hocking counties) and the story of the people and culture that developed between 1870-1920. Learn about their story from Cheryl Blosser and John Winnenberg. Admission is $5 per person, and reservations are recommended. Call 614.464.2022 for reservations. http://keltonhouse.com

Author Talk: Bill Shkurti
July 20, 7 p.m. (seating opens at 6 p.m.)
Columbus Metropolitan Library
Shkurti's first book, Soldiering on in a Dying War, was about the Vietnam War. His most recent book hits closer to home. The Ohio State University in the Sixties: The Unraveling of the Old Order explores how tensions forever changed the university. Tickets are free, but registration is required at columbuslibrary.org/special-events

2017 All-Ohio State Fair Youth Choir Concert
July 24, 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
Ohio Statehouse
The All-Ohio State Fair Youth Choir, directed by Jon C. Peterson, has been a featured attraction of the Ohio State Fair since 1963. Comprised of 200 superior musicians from high schools throughout Ohio, the Youth Choir will visit the Ohio Statehouse for a special performance. Graze, the Ohio Statehouse Capitol Café, located on the ground floor of the Statehouse, will feature a variety of lunch options. http://ohiostatehouse.org 

Want more Event info?
For a comprehensive listing of events, visit Experience Columbus at
http://www.experiencecolumbus.com/events/

Restaurant and Retail Reminders

For a complete listing of downtown restaurants, visit the DowntownColumbus.com website

Bloody Mary Bacon Brunch
July 29, 9 a.m. - 12 p.m.
HIlls Market Downtown
For just $15, enjoy three slices of crispy bacon, a cheddar garlic biscuit and a Bloody Mary topped with fun toppings like grilled cheese sandwiches, mozzarella sticks, meatballs and more. Dietary restrictions can be accommodated by emailing 48 hours in advance: amanda@thehillsmarket.comhttp://hillsmarket.com/downtown 

Ampersand Emporium
The Columbus arts scene is finally getting the recognition it deserves, and the students, staff and alumni of the Columbus College of Art & Design are definitely a big part of the hoopla. Earlier this year, CCAD opened a new school store, Ampersand Emporium, to offer enthusiastic art- and CCAD-lovers a place to stock up school swag. Named for the ampersand in CCAD's name, the emporium is located in the Design Square Apartments building at 91 Cleveland Avenue. Click here to learn more or visit https://www.ccad.edu/ampersand-emporium

Stack'd
88 E. Broad St.
614.869.5051
Stop by to try the newest downtown lunch spot offering a wide ranging menu with sandwiches, salads, pizza and pasta, plus vegetarian options and smoothies. http://www.columbusunderground.com/new-fast-casual-spot-stackd-now-open-downtown-ls1

Elia Athenian Grill Adds Breakfast Service
20 N. High St.
614.706.4273
This downtown newcomer offering authentic Greek street food has now added a delicious breakfast menu offered daily from 7:30 - 10:30 a.m. The menu has a number of options including a breakfast pita, breakfast burrito, yogurt parfait and loukoumadas (Greek street food donuts). https://www.facebook.com/eliaatheniangrill/

Sweet Treats Pop Up Series on the Patio
Throughout the summer
The Patio at Ohio Statehouse (Broad and Third streets)
Graze will team up with local vendors this summer to offer up unique seasonal treats on their full-service patio. This collaboration will feature some of Columbus' most popular up-and-coming cool treat concepts. Graze operates the patio Monday-Fridaybeginning at 11:30 a.m. http://ohiostatehouse.org

Pure Pressed Announces New Grab-n-Go Menu Items
194 S. High St.
Pure Pressed now offers new menu items including salads, sandwiches, smoothies and more. They encourage everyone to stop in and give them a try, and feel free to ask for a sample. http://purepressedjuicery.com

#Thirstythursday Happy Hour
Every Thursday5 - 7 p.m.
Hills Market Downtown
Stop by their growler station and grab a pint of local draft beer (or glass of wine) and all you can eat from the hot bar feature of the week for just $10. Additional pints are just $4. http://hillsmarket.com/downtown

Poke Bros.
100 E. Gay St.
This new fast casual concept offers build-your-own poke bowls with fresh, wholesome ingredients. Bowls feature cubed-cut raw fish mixed in a bowl with rice, vegetables and flavorful toppings. It's like sushi in a bowl. Vegetarian options are also available. Read more about the concept here
https://pokebrostogo.com/

Buckeye Bourbon House
36 E. Gay St.
614.456.2020
The new Buckeye Bourbon House is now open on Gay St. Stop in for your choice of more than 40 bourbon choices, bourbon cocktails, bourbon beer and more. You can also find a variety of craft beers and wines, plus small plates. https://www.facebook.com/BuckeyeBourbonHouse/

Sip & Shop
Every Saturday1 - 3 p.m.
Hills Market Downtown
Head to Hills for the best deal in town. Enjoy four samples of wines chosen by Hills' wine director for just $1. http://hillsmarket.com/downtown


 

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Arts / Theatre / Music
7/4/2017
Southern Exposures
Dublin Arts Council
7/5/2017
Southern Exposures
Dublin Arts Council
7/6/2017
Southern Exposures
Dublin Arts Council
7/6/2017
Watercolor Workshop
City of Upper Arlington - Senior Center
7/6/2017
Art of Movement Foundation
Groveport Cultural Arts Center
7/6/2017
Columbus Community Jazz Band
Jazz Arts Group
7/6/2017
Fronting a Band - Vocal Lab
Jazz Arts Group
7/7/2017
Southern Exposures
Dublin Arts Council
7/7/2017
I Love a Piano
Totem Pole Playhouse
7/7/2017
I Love a Piano
Totem Pole Playhouse
7/8/2017
PBJ & Jazz
Jazz Arts Group
7/8/2017
Southern Exposures
Dublin Arts Council
7/8/2017
I Love a Piano
Totem Pole Playhouse
7/8/2017
Jazz At The Amp Concert Series
Jazz 98.5 FM, WSAX-LP
7/8/2017
I Love a Piano
Totem Pole Playhouse
7/9/2017
I Love a Piano
Totem Pole Playhouse
7/9/2017
S@S: The Ark Band
Dublin Arts Council
7/10/2017
UA Arts Academy Camp ROCK
City of Upper Arlington Cultural Arts Division
7/11/2017
UA Arts Academy Camp ROCK
City of Upper Arlington Cultural Arts Division
7/11/2017
Southern Exposures
Dublin Arts Council
7/11/2017
Tuesdays@One
Groveport Cultural Arts Center
7/11/2017
I Love a Piano
Totem Pole Playhouse
7/12/2017
UA Arts Academy Camp ROCK
City of Upper Arlington Cultural Arts Division
7/12/2017
Southern Exposures
Dublin Arts Council
7/12/2017
I Love a Piano
Totem Pole Playhouse
7/12/2017
I Love a Piano
Totem Pole Playhouse
7/13/2017
UA Arts Academy Camp ROCK
City of Upper Arlington Cultural Arts Division
7/13/2017
Southern Exposures
Dublin Arts Council
7/13/2017
Watercolor Workshop
City of Upper Arlington - Senior Center
7/13/2017
Art of Movement Foundation
Groveport Cultural Arts Center
7/13/2017
I Love a Piano
Totem Pole Playhouse
7/14/2017
UA Arts Academy Camp ROCK
City of Upper Arlington Cultural Arts Division
7/14/2017
Southern Exposures
Dublin Arts Council
7/14/2017
Rhythm on the River
Scioto Mile
7/14/2017
I Love a Piano
Totem Pole Playhouse
7/14/2017
Boston Marriage
Evolution Theatre Inc DBA Evolution Theatre Company
7/14/2017
JazZoo at the Columbus Zoo
Jazz Arts Group
7/15/2017
Southern Exposures
Dublin Arts Council
7/15/2017
I Love a Piano
Totem Pole Playhouse
7/15/2017
Jazz At The Amp Concert Series
Jazz 98.5 FM, WSAX-LP
7/15/2017
I Love a Piano
Totem Pole Playhouse
7/15/2017
Boston Marriage
Evolution Theatre Inc DBA Evolution Theatre Company
7/16/2017
I Love a Piano
Totem Pole Playhouse
7/16/2017
S@S: The Malpass Brothers
Dublin Arts Council

Business Events
7/12/2017
Create a Biz Retirement Plan
Columbus OH SCORE
7/14/2017
Know Your Highest Biz Goal
Columbus OH SCORE

Children Activities
7/5/2017
Preschool Grow w/ Me Science
Groveport Cultural Arts Center
7/6/2017
Preschool Rock n' Rollers
Groveport Cultural Arts Center
7/7/2017
Preschool Picassos
Groveport Cultural Arts Center
7/8/2017
Nature Program-Butterflies
Groveport Cultural Arts Center
7/10/2017
Cupcake Camp
Groveport Cultural Arts Center
7/10/2017
Science Experiment Night
Groveport Cultural Arts Center
7/11/2017
Grow with Me
Groveport Cultural Arts Center
7/12/2017
Grow with Me
Groveport Cultural Arts Center
7/12/2017
Preschool Sing with Me
Groveport Cultural Arts Center
7/13/2017
Prschool Rock n' Rollers
Groveport Cultural Arts Center
7/13/2017
JR. Chef
Groveport Cultural Arts Center
7/14/2017
Preschool Picassos
Groveport Cultural Arts Center

Education
7/3/2017
How to Use Your Mac Computer
City of Upper Arlington - Senior Center
7/7/2017
Spanish Colonization...
City of Upper Arlington - Senior Center
7/11/2017
Avoid Costly Mistakes When...
City of Upper Arlington - Senior Center

Health
7/3/2017
Heavy Free Weights Class 55 +
Grandview Parks & Recreation
7/3/2017
Gentle Hatha Yoga-Monthly
City of Upper Arlington - Senior Center
7/3/2017
Line Dancing
Groveport Cultural Arts Center
7/5/2017
TOPS Weight Loss Support Group
Groveport Cultural Arts Center
7/5/2017
Staying Well Nutrition Series
City of Upper Arlington - Senior Center
7/10/2017
Heavy Free Weights Class 55 +
Grandview Parks & Recreation
7/10/2017
Line Dancing
Groveport Cultural Arts Center
7/12/2017
TOPS Weight Loss Support Group
Groveport Cultural Arts Center
7/12/2017
Line Dancing
Groveport Cultural Arts Center
7/13/2017
Gentle Hatha Yoga
City of Upper Arlington - Senior Center

Lecture / Workshop
7/15/2017
Vegie/Garden Wash Basket
Groveport Cultural Arts Center

Literary
7/12/2017
Book Club
City of Upper Arlington - Senior Center

Special Events / Holiday
7/3/2017
New York, New York for the 4th
City of Upper Arlington - Senior Center
7/11/2017
Summer Sizzles Picnic
City of Upper Arlington - Senior Center

Sports & Recreation
7/6/2017
Bocce
City of Upper Arlington - Senior Center
7/6/2017
Thursday Line Dance
City of Upper Arlington - Senior Center
7/6/2017
Balance Practice
City of Upper Arlington - Senior Center
7/7/2017
Friday Line Dance
City of Upper Arlington - Senior Center
7/7/2017
Chair Volleyball
City of Upper Arlington - Senior Center
7/10/2017
Pickleball
City of Upper Arlington - Senior Center
7/13/2017
Bocce
City of Upper Arlington - Senior Center
7/14/2017
Friday Line Dance
City of Upper Arlington - Senior Center
7/14/2017
Chair Volleyball
City of Upper Arlington - Senior Center
7/15/2017
Dash for Donation
Lifeline of Ohio

Other
7/6/2017
New Albany Farmers Market
Healthy New Albany
7/13/2017
New Albany Farmers Market
Healthy New Albany

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Posted by kate sanders on July 3rd, 2017 9:04 AMLeave a Comment

MUSIC CITY, HERE WE COME!

This summer, the CYP Club is organizing a Road Trip to Nashville for a weekend getaway where we will explore the city as a group on Friday and Saturday (including a mixer with the Music City Young Professionals) and head back to Columbus on Sunday afternoon.
The dates we have selected for the Road Trip are the weekend of July 21-23, 2017. All members and friends are welcome to join us!
FRIDAY: We've arranged carpools from Columbus to Nashville leaving Friday morning at9:00am EST, stopping for lunch (and possibly along the Kentucky Bourbon Trail), and arrive in Nashville around 4:00pm CST. We will then have some down time before we co-host a mixer with the Music City Young Professionals (including free food and a cash bar). Afterwards we'll head to the Broadway honky-tonk bars for live music and more late-night fun.
SATURDAY: We'll explore much more of Nashville, including the Parthenon, Ryman Auditorium, Downtown Nashville, cool neighborhoods, local dining, breweries, shopping, murals, and more. *A full itinerary will be shared with all those who travel with us!
SUNDAY: We'll grab breakfast and a quick visit to Opryland Resort / Grand Ole Opry House before heading back home. We should arrive in Columbus by late afternoon.
The cost of the trip is $250 per person, which includes two (2) overnight stays at the Hampton Inn & Suites near Vanderbilt University (close to downtown), taxes, and admin/credit card fees. Each hotel room has 2 queen beds, free breakfast, free parking, and free WiFi. All additional expenses (food, beverages, fuel, gifts) during our Road Trip are on your own.
And if you'd like to travel with us - but want to arrange your own accommodations - you can still join us and we will share our itinerary with you too. Email us for details.
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