Weekend Wednesday: SNAP Into The Weekend!

what-to-doIt’s almost time for the Weekend and Buckeye Honda has you covered with a couple of, sure-fire-sure-to-be-entertaining, events.

SNAP! Performance Productions Musical – “That Four Letter Word”  snapbanner

“That Four Letter Word” is sure to be a hit with everyone in attendance.  This Part Musical-Part Dance Crew-Part Rock Concert is a poignant tale exploring the dynamic of the ultimate four-letter word – LIFE – and the frenzy of feelings and forces that comprise it: love, hate, hope, fate, need, want, and more.

“That Four Letter Word” is showing May 9, 10 & 11 at the Lincoln Theater in Downtown Columbus.  Ticket information can be found here.

logo-that4letterSNAP! Performance Productions – a high energy singing and dancing group – was founded in Columbus, Ohio in 2003. The acronym SNAP! stands for Serving Non-profit Associations by Performing. The true purpose of this 501(c)3 non-profit organization is for members of the community who love to perform to use their talents to improve the lives of others. This is accomplished every year by a partnership with a chosen charity beneficiary.  Most recently SNAP is dedicated to helping keep the Arts accessible for Central Ohio Children by sponsoring Art programs in a Central Ohio School where the arts have been drastically cut.  SNAP! is proud to have contributed thousands of dollars and hundreds of volunteer hours to our past partnerships with Recreation UnlimitedA Special Wish Foundation and St. Vincent Family Centers and they look forward to continuing to contribute to the people in this fine city.

logoFor more information about SNAP or “That Four Letter Word”  visit them on the web at snapcolumbus.org or on Facebook.

Join us on May 11th for the 2nd annual Lancaster HeartChase event!

heartchaseOn May 11th, downtown Lancaster will be the starting place where teams of 2-5 people compete in an event where they complete as many heart healthy challenging checkpoints as possible! Think Amazing Race meets Minute To Win It in a checkpoint to checkpoint dash!

Different than a race, teams earn points by completing 10 fun and educational checkpoint challenges and finding hidden donation tags along the route!  To participate – register today and start fundraising by sending out emails to family and friends. Those participants raising $50 in donations will receive this year’s HeartChase event t-shirt.


For more information check out the website.

The Lancaster Men’s Chorus 42nd annual “Ham & Eggs” show

menschorusFor 42 years the Chorus has been entertaining crowds with its hilarious antics and talented singers. The 1st half of the show will be based on an original script written by the Chorus members and directed by Mark Loy.

Chorus members are featured in concert during the 2nd half of the show. This year’s selections include songs such as “Every Little Thing She Does Is Magic”, “I’ve Been Everywhere”, “Save the Last Dance for Me” and “Fire and Rain” just to name a few.

The Chorus is proud to provide financial support in the form of scholarships for students who are planning to pursue an education in music and who are residents of Fairfield County.

Tickets may be purchased from any chorus member or by calling the State Farm Insurance office of Maureen Cefalu st 740-654-0332.

For more information please call Rick Geyer at 740-503-2956

2nd Annual Fairfield County Marbles Tournament Saturday, May 11, 2013

The Ohio Glass Museum is offering an opportunity for children ages 7-14 to participate in a county-wide Marbles Tournament.marbles

One winning boy and girl from the local tournament will be eligible to compete in the National Marbles Tournament to be held in Wildwood, New Jersey  June 16th thru 22nd, 2013.  More details can be found at  the  National Marbles Tournament website.

Location: Fairfield County Fairgrounds, 157 E Fair Ave, Lancaster, Ohio 43130
Time: 10 AM – 4 PM
2012 winners were Michael Taylor and Monica Taylor from Rushville.
For more information contact the museum at 740.687.0101 and ask for Bill Eckman.

Family Fun at the Columbus Museum of Art

Family Adventures – 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.

Doodles – In this dynamic drop-in program, adults and children 6 and up can experiment with fun materials and create art together. Families will work together on gallery games and unique, open-ended projects inspired by artwork in the galleries.


Gallery Fun – For All Ages – Explore art in the Museum galleries through hands-on activities. Puzzles, drawing tables, and block-building activities are just some of the fun things to do every day with your family at CMA. Free with Museum admission.

  • Play in the Wonder Room
  • Explore the Big Idea Gallery
  • Discover the work of graphic artist Ed Piskor in the Forum.what-to-do-right
  • Visit the Community Gallery where you can:
    • Learn more about the art of comics and make your own comic.
    • Check out the CMA Photo Hunts Community Photography Challenge
      The first art museum Instagram installation with photos submitted by visitors like you.
    • Discover unusual objects from the museum collection in the Curious Collections installation.
  • Visit the Creativity@CMA Gallery where you can:
    • Experiment!  Make a sculpture with simple materials at the imagine the possibilities area.
    • Think, make, do at the creativity challenge table.
    • Share your expertise at the creativity in your life wall.
  • Take a break with your children in the Family Comfort Room – a quiet place to nurse, feed, or change diapers.

Location: Columbus Museum of Art
Monday – Closed
Tuesday-Sunday – 10am-5:30pm
Thursdays – 10am-8:30pm

Free: Members, children 5 & under
Free: Sunday
$12: Adults
$8: Seniors 60+ & Students 18+ (with ID)
$5: Students 6-17 years old

Address:480 E. Broad St.Columbus, 43215

As always if you have an organization with a weekend event or if you know of an entertaining event happening that you would like to share, contact Jeremy Shy at Buckeye Honda or 740-215-4259.
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