Pickerington Ohio Events
STEAM - y crafts combines STEM and hands - is open to all ages and offers activities at the Sycamore Plaza Library. Angela Meleca Galerie is proud to present the first group exhibition in the gallery. Students will audition to rehearse and learn lines, songs and choreographies, to develop a full-length performance to be presented to the community.
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Enjoy a free outdoor summer concert series hosted by the city's cultural arts department, which takes place in the town planner. Our network of franchisees works coast to coast, border to border, to ensure that you get the information, savings and care you need. It is easy to find the best urban planning services in your area, from town planning to business planning and from business development to community planning. Each city planning franchisee sets their own working hours and works to provide valuable service to homeowners and local businesses in the area.
The event takes place from April to October every first Thursday of the month and lasts from 5.30 pm until sunset on Creekside Plaza.
There are several function rooms, including a banquet hall with a dance floor that seats 450 people and a theater that seats 303 people. The banquet halls, which can accommodate up to 450 people, also accommodate large weddings and crowded receptions. Enjoy a variety of music styles at Pickerington Music Hall every first Thursday of the month from 5.30 to 7pm.
To stay one step ahead of the game, Reynolds is hosting a community Halloween party on Friday, October 26, from 5.30pm to 7pm. Participants will also have the opportunity to donate to PCMA and vote for their favorite costume. Enjoy a fun time with food, drinks, games, crafts and fun activities for children and adults. Next October's dates include Halloween parties at Pickerington Public Library on October 27 and October 29.
Developers and business owners interested in partnering with the community should contact Holly Mattei, Development Director, by emailing her at violet @ violet.org.
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This fun event will take place on Saturday, July 22, from 10 a.m. to noon at Pickerington Country Club. The course runs through all the branches and there are six holes that the whole family can enjoy.
Live music, free food and a variety of activities for children and adults. The students start with this beginner course in self-defense, which is intended to teach the basics of Poekoelan Kung Fu. They learn how to roll and fall without injuries, and learn the basics of self-defense techniques.
Spend the evening with Spamalot, which tells the story of the original Broadway musical by Arthur C. Clarke and William Shakespeare. Whether you dig with your hands into dough, make bags in the solar system or study the phases of the moon with Oreos, it's sure to be a fun event. Bring the whole family to this family-friendly event with live music, free food and a variety of activities for children.
Don't miss this city - on Saturday, October 31, there will be a Halloween event at the Olde Gahanna Community Center. Join the Worthington Historical Society for a night of live music, food, crafts and fun for all ages. Show your patriotic spirit at Pickerington's Parade on July 4th and decorate your bike, stroller or anything else with wheels in red, white and blue! Join other dogs as they lead their owners through the streets and visit vendors and shops in the city center.
Residents of Violet Township and surrounding areas can enjoy the beauty, history and splendor of Wigwam by reserving one of several event rooms available for private use. This weekly market is held at the North Street Center site and features the best of local farmers, bakers and artisans. Buyers will find freshly baked scones, organic meat and products, fresh fruit and vegetables, cut flowers and much more.
Whether you are committed to the community or just want to see the different things that this commuter route has to offer, it is good to know what is going on. If the city planner calendar is near you, you may be looking for a great business opportunity. Not only is the calendar full of coupons for popular local retailers, but you can also save money by supporting small businesses directly from your home town.