Welcome to Buckeye Honda’s Weekend Wednesday, where we highlight some local events happening this weekend.
For this Memorial Day Weekend we have something for everyone! Take a look and if you attend one of the events let us know in the comments, on our Facebook page or tweet us with the hashtag #buckeyeweekend!
Columbus Alive Summer Concert Series Kick-Off at the Columbus Commons.
If you have not been to The Columbus Commons then you owe it to yourself to take the trip to Downtown Columbus and experience this fantastic area. Kick off the Columbus Commons season with a free concert featuring local bands. Blankets and chairs are welcome; please leave coolers at home. Beverage and food concessions will be on site, including Mini Jeni’s, Late Night Slice Commons Cafe, Ajumama, Burrito Bus, Cheesy Truck, and Tatoheads.
7:15-8:00 Angela Perley & the Howlin’ Moons
8:30-9:15 Way Yes
Bloom Township Firefighters Fish Fry
Ticket Pricing: Fish dinners cost $6 to $12.
Held is Downtown Lithopolis, OH this is a Family friendly event for all ages. Parking is Free! Bring the family out for a great small town experience!
Night of Light – TWIG 14 Fundraiser
Monday, May 27 @ 7:30
New Straitsville, Perry County, Ohio
May 23 – 27, 2013
Located in the rolling hills of Southeastern Ohio, the festival features a variety of events including a working Moonshine Still Display, local history museum, flea market vendors, moonshine burgers, moonshine pie, moonshine doggies, carnival rides and games, good food, souvenirs, talent show, Cruise-In, and 2 parades concluding with the Grand Parade on Memorial Day. Back by popular demand at the Moonshine Festival we will have a Garden Tractor Pull, a GardenTractor Demo Derby and a Pedal Pull.
2013 Moonshine Festival Entertainment includes: Thursday evening: David Wayne Nashville Artist
Sat evening: Johnny Hiland (fastest guitar player in the world) and Tim McDonald with special guests Curt Guisinger and Audie Wykle
Sunday evening: Jeannie Kendell with special guest Haley Watson.
Open 5pm Thursday/Friday, and 11am Saturday/ 12 noon Sunday/Monday.
Outdoor Activities At Some of Our Local Parks
May 25 (Sat) Wetland Critters Display
4-6pm. You get to see and touch live critters from the wetland and learn about why wetlands are important. Meet Springhouse Program Area. All ages. Not Wheelchair Accessible.
Cost: Free Event
May 25 (Sat) Trail Treats
1pm. Hungry Take a 1.5 mile walk in search of plants along the trail that are edible. Meet Buzzards Roost Picnic Area. Ages 6 and up. Not Wheelchair Accessible.
Cost: Free Event
Contact: Slate Run Metro Park, Phone: 614-508-8111
May 25 (Sat) Spring Campfire
630-8pm. You bring the goodies to roast – we will provide the beverages. And everyone will have a wonderful late spring evening around a fire. Meet Glacier Knoll Picnic Area.
Cost: Free Event-Register
Contact: Pickerington Ponds Metro Park, Phone: 614-508-8111