This new park located at the corner of East Broad Street and Cleveland Avenue in the Discovery District is the first park in the nation dedicated to the theme of social justice. The purpose of the park is to be an oasis of hope that recognizes past achievements for social justice and reveals current struggles. […]
The City of Whitehall has unveiled plans to create the city’s first dog park at the site of a previously empty lot at the corner of Beechwood Road and Lamby Lane. “Over a decade ago, the former house on this property was vacant, abandoned and ultimately demolished,” said Whitehall Mayor Kim Maggard. “Subsequently, the lot […]
Join the Friends of Columbus and Franklin County Metro Parks for an evening of food, dogs, and beer! Seventh Son and the Explorers Club Food Truck will be joining the Friends for a fun evening at Walnut Woods Metro Park. Grab your furry friend, and get them out to experience this cool dog park, your […]
Backpack with us in Dolly Sods Wilderness, West Virginia! This trip is perfect fo beginners and experts alike! Learn Leave No Trace and other backpacking skills on location. More details soon!
Creekside Live is a summer concert series with live entertainment headlined by popular bands from the Midwest. Bring your friends and coworkers to enjoy Creekside along with a variety of entertainment, food and beverage sales for adults in the Central Ohio area on select Friday evenings during the summer. Event is supported by the Gahanna […]
Muddy Miler Day: Aug 19, 2018 Time: 1-3pm (last heat to begin at 3pm) Location: Gahanna Swimming Pool, 150 Parkland Dr. Gahanna Parks and Recreation Department presents the FREE Muddy Miler Family Adventure. The Muddy Miler is a themed adventure run offering the entire family obstacles, mud and more! WARNING: You will get muddy from […]
The world-class talent of ProMusica’s musicians will be on display during its annual Summer Music Series at Franklin Park Conservatory & Botanical Gardens on Aug. 9, 11 and 12. The three-concert festival will be led by Music Director David Danzmayr and will begin at 8 p.m. Come an hour early for picnicking. Admission is free.