What do you want to do? I don’t know what do you want to do? I don’t know… Bring On WEEKEND WEDNESDAY! Weekend Wednesday is a weekly listing of things happening in the area. Get out and enjoy the weekend!
Comic Magician Hypnotist – Canal Winchester Fundraiser
300 Washington St., Canal Winchester, OH 43110
Theater Venue Phone: 614-833-2157
Saturday, Sept. 288:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m
Ticket Pricing: The cost is $10.
September 28 & 29, 2013
“Frontier Spirit 1799”
Join us and experience the trials and tribulations that the first settlers in the Ohio Territory endured as they fought for and carved out a home by walking the trail ** featuring 5 or 6 scenes from early Fairfield county. This is a step back into time that can be enjoyed by all ages. A large village has sprung up showing the life of the early settlers with demonstrations by skilled craftsmen of cooking, soap making, blacksmithing, spinning, weaving and more. The marquis tent provides a place for music by many musicians on various period instruments, speeches by local dignitaries and various skits. Games and activities for children are also part of the village entertainment.
Concessions are available at very reasonable prices, with snacks, drinks and food-including bean soup cooked in iron kettles over an open fire.
For more information check out the website.
2155 Reynoldsburg-Baltimore NW, Baltimore, OH 43105
Venue Phone: 740-862-4028
The Baltimore Restoration Committee will host this fundraiser for the Victorian Opera House. This wine and beer tasting will feature some local wineries and breweries. There will be finger foods and non alcoholic beverages as well. At 8 p.m. the OSU game will be able to be viewed on the Big Screen at the VFW.
Downtown riverfront around Genoa Park and COSI
WaterFire Columbus is becoming one of the most exciting arts exhibits in Central Ohio since it began in 2005. The magnificent array of bonfires was first established on the three rivers of downtown Providence, Rhode Island in 1997. In downtown Columbus the flames reflect on the waters of the Scioto River. Audience members gather throughout the summer at Genoa Park for an evening of natural art, music and activities.
Friday’s Waterfire features The Randys & Saturday’s WaterFire features British Invasion. Beginning at dusk, floating bonfires illuminate the Scioto River downtown as crowds gather to enjoy music and entertainment. Half a dozen burns are scheduled throughout the season.
CHALK ART FESTIVAL
Easton Town Center
Saturday 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
160 Easton Town Center
Chalk the Block features 40 artists decorating the Town Square at Easton Town Center with unique and colorful artworks.
Saturday will feature all artists working to create 6′ or 10′ designs while listening to the music of a half dozen musical acts. A featured space will allow an interactive component where the audience is asked to participate in the creation of a community drawing.
Sunday, the audience is invited back to see the finished products and see who was awarded prizes for Best of Show, Most Realistic, Most Imaginative, and the People Choice Award.
For More Information click here.