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2015 Events
All Events Subject to Change

 

Date

Description

January  
12-Feb 6 Trajectory, Otterbein alumnus, Chaz O'Neil, creates ficional and altered maps that guide and vary the viewer's certainty and focus. Otterbein University's Art and Communication Building, 33 Collegeview Rd. Gallery hours are 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Friday and 1-4 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. Closed on holidays. For information call (614) 823-1792.
 
12-April 24 Looking Back: A Retrospective of the Work of Photographer Kojo Kamau, Reception: Thursday, January 29, 4-7pm. Otterbein University's Fisher Gallery at Roush Hall, 27 S. Grove St. Gallery hours are 9am-9pm daily. Closed on holidays. For information www.otterbein.edu/artscene or call (614) 823-1792.
 
12-April 24 Spirits in Stone: Contemporary African Sculpture from Zimbabwe, Reception: Friday, January 23, 4-7pm. An exhibition of contemporary Aftrican sculptures by Zimbabwean artists, every handcrafted stone has its own unique story. Otterbein University's Frank Museum of Art, 39 S. Vine St. Gallery hours are 11am-3pm Wednesday-Friday during the University's academic year. Closed on holidays. For information www.otterbein.edu/artscene or call (614) 818-9716.
 
16, 17 Simply Staged (Staged Reading of Two New Plays), 2pm, Curtain Players Theatre, 5691 Harlem Rd., Galena 43021. Two original plays, written by central Ohio playwrights, will be presented in a Reader's Theatre format on consecutive evenings on one weekend. The plays and playwrights have not yet been finally. identified. www.curtainplayers.org
 
19 10th Annual Westerville Martin Luther King, Jr. Breakfast Celebration, 7:30am registration, program at 8am, Villa Milano Banquet & Conference Center, 1630 Schrock Rd. $25/Adult; $15/Student, $150/Half Table (5 Tickets) Organizers will place all table sponsors in mixed seating arrangements by five people. Families may sit together.. Individual registrations may be purchased through Friday, January 9, 2015. Seating for individual registration is available on a first-come, first-serve basis. NEW THIS YEAR: Attendees are encouraged to bring family members, particularly students who have the day off from school. In recognition of this special occasion, we invite all members of the community to introduce a new generation to Dr. King’s legacy.
 
23 Great Locomotive Chase, 7:30pm, Westerville Public Library, 126 S. State St. Judy Barr will present information about this 1862 event and her ancestor, medal of Honor recipient Jacob Parrott during the Westerville Historical Society Meeting. Free and open to the public. www.westervillehistory.org
 
24

Adoption Event, 1-4pm, Captivating Canines, 12 E. Main St. Paws For Cause will have cats and dogs available for adoption. 614-882-8863
 

24, 25

Arnold Kids Got Talent Auditions, Westerville North High School, 950 County Line Rd. The Columbus Children’s Theatre is partnering with the Arnold Sports Festival to find the most talented performers in town. The group is on the hunt for singers, dancers, jugglers, ventriloquists, magicians and talented children of all types between the ages of 8-18. Participants should come prepared to present 90 seconds of material. Top performers from preliminary auditions will be invited to perform at the Arnold Kids Expo on Saturday, March 7, for an esteemed panel of judges who will announce the best act in the city. The first place winner will receive a $2,500 scholarship and will appear with Arnold Schwarzenegger in a commercial for Ricart Automotive Group. to register online Click Here!
 

25 Annual Winter Hike, 2pm, Inniswood Metro Gardens, 940 S. Hempstead Rd., Gardens entrance. www.inniswood.org or 614-895-6352
 
31

Westerville Public Library and Westerville Symphony Present Tunes & Tales, "Ferdinand the Bull", 9:30, 10:30, 11:30am,  This unique symphonic experience  combines the boundless imaginative inspiration of literary work, the captivating experience of storytelling, and the awe-inspiring sounds of the Westerville Symphony. Kids will get to interact with our musicians at an instrument petting zoo, and each family will take home a book of Ferdinand the Bull. FREE. Registration required.  www.westervillelibrary.org/events 
 

31-Feb 8 Annual Quilt Show, Saturday and Sunday 11am-4pm and Tuesday-Friday 8am-4;30pm, Inniswood Metro Gardens, 940 S. Hempstead Rd., Innis House. View quilts produced by members of the Columbus Metropolitan Quilters. Members will be available to answer questions Saturday and Sunday. Free and open to the public.  www.inniswood.org or 614-895-6352
 
February  
1 6th Annual Jukebox Review, 1pm, Westerville North High School, 950 County Line Rd. Westerville Honor Flight presents this variety show featuring local talent. Tickets are $10. All Veterans and Active Duty Military are free. Proceeds benefit Honor Flight. Hosted by WBNS 10tv's Mike Davis. www.honorflightcolumbus.org
 
4

Pancake Breakfast, 7-10am, Westerville Senior Center, 310 W. Main St. Bring your friends and family for breakfast including pancakes, sausage, eggs, coffee and orange juice. Sponsored by Friendship Village of Columbus, first Wednesday of each month except December. Cost: $3.50. Open to the public.  614-901-6560
 

6

He'ART of Concord Art Show, 5:30-7:30pm, Concord Counseling Services, 700 Brooksedge Boulevard. More than 20 clients and friends of Concord will display original paintings, photographs, drawings, fabric art, jewelry, pottery, etc. If you are in need of a unique, one-of-a-kind, original gift for that special valentine, this is where you will find it. Please RSVP to development@concordcounseling.org or 614-882-9338, Ext. 218.
 

6, 7

Midsummer Night’s Dream, 7pm,  Westerville South High School, 303 S. Otterbein Ave. Midsummer Night’s Dream, William Shakespeare’s most popular comedy, was written around 1594. It portrays the adventures of four young lovers and a group of amateur actors, their interactions with woodland fairies and a duke and duchess. This 90 minute version of one of the Bard’s most notable plays is sure to entertain audiences of all ages. Tickets cost $6 and can be purchased at the door.
 

7

Chilly Open, Noon-4pm, Columbus Zoo and Aquarium. The Westerville Sunrise Rotary invites you to sample local cuisine to benefit central Ohio children's charities. More than 30 restaurants from Central Ohio will have food and drinks available for guests at the Water's Edge Pavilion and kids can enjoy food, games and prizes at the Activity Pavilion. There will also be a silent auction including spa packages, children's items, jewelry, rounds of golf, sports memorabilia and more. Adult tickets are $45 and children 12 and under attend free and will be given a ticket at the gate on the day of the event. Ticket purchase entitles bearer access to all Zoo exhibits from 10am-4pm on event day at no additional charge. All paid admissions will receive a coupon for a free large Papa John's Pizza. www.chillyopen.org
 

8

Midsummer Night’s Dream, 2pm, Westerville South High School, 303 S. Otterbein Ave. Midsummer Night’s Dream, William Shakespeare’s most popular comedy, was written around 1594. It portrays the adventures of four young lovers and a group of amateur actors, their interactions with woodland fairies and a duke and duchess. This 90 minute version of one of the Bard’s most notable plays is sure to entertain audiences of all ages. Tickets cost $6 and can be purchased at the door.
 

8 Otterbein String Orchestra with Irish band, The Drowsy Lads, 7:30pm, Prince of Peace Lutheran Church, Dublin. www.otterbein.edu/music
 
11-27 18th Annual Juried Student Art Exhibition, Reception: Friday, Feburary 13, 3-5pm. Otterbein University's Art and Communication Building, 33 Collegeview Rd. Gallery hours are 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Friday and 1-4 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. Closed on holidays. For information call (614) 823-1792.
 
13, 14 Pack of Lies, 8pm, Curtain Players Theatre, 5691 Harlem Rd., Galena 43021. Based on a true story, this play focuses on an average housewife in 1961 Cold War London and how her life of unravels when her best friend is accused of being a spy. Suitable for ages 13 and up due to themes. www.curtainplayers.org
 
14 Ourday Preschool Open House, 6:30-8pm, Church of the Messiah United Methodist, 51 N. State St. Daytime tours on January 15, 22, 27 and 29th. Please call for a tour appointment: 614-882-4416. For all registration materials visit: www.messiahumc.net. You can also email with questions ourday@messiahumc.net.
 
14 Music & Romance, 8pm, Medallion Club, 5000 Club Dr. Otterbein University jazz ensembles will present their annual Valentine's gala event, with NBC4 anchorman and Otterbein alumnus Cabot Rea as the emcee and featured guest performer. The event will combine romantic jazz, swing dancing and gourmet desserts in an elegant, candlelit setting. Tickets are $25 for adults and $15 for students and may be purchased online at www.otterbein.edu/musicandromance
 
18 Sip & Sketch, 6:30-8:30pm, Meza Wine Shop, 48 N. State St. First Tuesday and third Wednesday of each month. Fee includes wine tasting, art supplies and instruction. Advance registration is required by contacting Meza at vinomeza@gmail.com. Sponsored by the Arts Council of Westerville.
 
20, 21 Pack of Lies, 8pm, Curtain Players Theatre, 5691 Harlem Rd., Galena 43021. Based on a true story, this play focuses on an average housewife in 1961 Cold War London and how her life of unravels when her best friend is accused of being a spy. Suitable for ages 13 and up due to themes. www.curtainplayers.org
 
20-21

Our Town, 7:30pm, Westerville Central High School, 7118 Mt. Royal Ave. WCHS thespians will perform this 1938 play written by Thornton Wilder. This beloved story will take audiences on a whirlwind of emotions. Our Town is intended for viewers of all ages, but does have a run time of two and a half hours. Tickets cost $6.
 

21

Westerville Community Bowl-A-Thon, 12:30-4:30, Columbus Square Bowling Palace, 5707 Forest Hills Blvd, Columbus. Bowl and Support Education in Westerville! Who will be there? Students, parents, teachers, community leaders and anyone who enjoys bowling and support the Westerville Schools. How does it work? Log on to www.westervillebowl.com to join a team or organize your own team and then come out and bowl on Feb., 21, 2015. Five bowlers per team. Other cool stuff at the Bowl-A-Thon: Westerville Bowl-A-Thon grand prize drawing (valued at over $500); Other give-a-ways from businesses supporting Education in Westerville; 50/50 raffle. 100% of the profits benefit these 501 (c)(3) charitable organizations: The Westerville Chamber Foundation to provide scholarships for local students; The Westerville Education Foundation to provide grants for classroom initiatives; Westerville Symphony to host Tunes and Tales, and other community performances and programs.
 

22 Pack of Lies, 2pm, Curtain Players Theatre, 5691 Harlem Rd., Galena 43021. Based on a true story, this play focuses on an average housewife in 1961 Cold War London and how her life of unravels when her best friend is accused of being a spy. Suitable for ages 13 and up due to themes. www.curtainplayers.org
 
22

Our Town, 2pm, Westerville Central High School, 7118 Mt. Royal Ave. WCHS thespians will perform this 1938 play written by Thornton Wilder. This beloved story will take audiences on a whirlwind of emotions. Our Town is intended for viewers of all ages, but does have a run time of two and a half hours. Tickets cost $6.
 

25 Otterbein Department of Music Presents Guest Artist: C. Andrew Blosser, tenor, with Suzanne Newcomb, piano, 8pm, Riley Auditorium at the Battelle Fine Arts Center, 170 W. Park St. www.otterbein.edu/music
 
27, 28 Pack of Lies, 8pm, Curtain Players Theatre, 5691 Harlem Rd., Galena 43021. Based on a true story, this play focuses on an average housewife in 1961 Cold War London and how her life of unravels when her best friend is accused of being a spy. Suitable for ages 13 and up due to themes. www.curtainplayers.org
 
28

Adoption Event, 1-4pm, Captivating Canines, 12 E. Main St. Paws For Cause will have cats and dogs available for adoption. 614-882-8863
 

March  
1 2015 Annual Rotary Fish Fry and Bake, 11:30am-5pm, Otterbein University Campus Center, 100 W. Home St.  All-you-can-eat fish, chicken and hot dogs, plus plenty of great sides. Carry-out meals available. Proceeds support local scholarships. Tickets are available at the door or from any Westerville Noon Rotarian. www.westervillerotary.com
 
1 Pack of Lies, 2pm, Curtain Players Theatre, 5691 Harlem Rd., Galena 43021. Based on a true story, this play focuses on an average housewife in 1961 Cold War London and how her life of unravels when her best friend is accused of being a spy. Suitable for ages 13 and up due to themes. www.curtainplayers.org
 
1 Westerville Community Band Children's Concert, 3pm, Westerville Central High School, 7118 Mount Royal Ave. Enjoy a great family concert and an instrument petting zoo. www.westervillebands.org
 
3 Sip & Sketch, 6:30-8:30pm, Meza Wine Shop, 48 N. State St. First Tuesday and third Wednesday of each month. Fee includes wine tasting, art supplies and instruction. Advance registration is required by contacting Meza at vinomeza@gmail.com. Sponsored by the Arts Council of Westerville.
 
4

Pancake Breakfast, 7-10am, Westerville Senior Center, 310 W. Main St. Bring your friends and family for breakfast including pancakes, sausage, eggs, coffee and orange juice. Sponsored by Friendship Village of Columbus, first Wednesday of each month except December. Cost: $3.50. Open to the public.  614-901-6560
 

7 Lion's Club 28th Annual Pancake Breakfast, 7:30-11am, American Legion Hall, 393 E. College Ave. Tickets can be purchased from any Lions member for $6.00 or purchased at the door. All the revenue raised from the breakfast will be returned to the Westerville community through the Westerville Lion's philanthropic programs. Open to the public.
 
9-April 24 Senior Art Exhibitions, Weekly exhibtions by graduating art majors. Otterbein University's Art and Communication Building, 33 Collegeview Rd. Gallery hours are 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Monday through Friday and 1-4 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays. Closed on holidays. For information call (614) 823-1792.
 
12 A Night of One-Acts, 7pm, Westerville South High School Theatre, 303 S. Otterbein Ave. Admission is $3. Tickets available at the door, call 614-797-6055 for more info.
 
14 VSA Accessible Expression Art Show, Noon, Westerville Community Center, 350 N. Cleveland Ave. Free and open to the public. www.vsao.org/programs/aeo
 
15 Westerville Symphony Ron Lykins Masterworks Series II, 5pm, Fritsche Theatre at Cowan Hall, 30 S. Grove St. The second concert in the Masterworks Series enjoys four diverse works, including favorites from composers Darius Milhaud, Jacques Ibert,  Aaron Copland, and George Gershwin. The latter two masterworks are both being performed in their original chamber orchestra versions. Tickets are $25. Click Here! to order tickets or call (614) 899-9000.
 
18 Otterbein Artists in residence: QUBE String Quartet, 5pm, Riley Auditorium at the Battelle Fine Arts Center, 170 W. Park St. www.otterbein.edu/music
 
18 Party Like Its 1920, 5:30-7:30pm, Westerville Area Resource Ministry, 150 Heatherdown Dr. Leadership Westerville invites you to party with a purpose as you step back in time. Drop in on two parties, a temperance tea party and a jazz session in a speakeasy, make your own souvenir, tour the new W.A.R.M. facility and give a non-perishable food donation. Registration is $15/person. Pay online at http://leadership-westerville-1920party.eventbrite.com or call Phyllis at 614-901-3101. Deadline is March 16th.
 
18 Sip & Sketch, 6:30-8:30pm, Meza Wine Shop, 48 N. State St. First Tuesday and third Wednesday of each month. Fee includes wine tasting, art supplies and instruction. Advance registration is required by contacting Meza at vinomeza@gmail.com. Sponsored by the Arts Council of Westerville.
 
22 Ukrainian Egg Workshop, 2pm, Inniswood Metro Gardens, Innis House, 940 S. Hempstead Rd. Pre-Registration required at www.metroparks.net. Artist Ginny Baughman shows you how to create a beautiful Ukrainian egg using a series of wax costings and dye baths. Fee is $20. Must be 16-years old or be accompanied by an adult.
 
27, 28 Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, 8pm, Curtain Players Theatre, 5691 Harlem Rd., Galena 43021. Maggie ("The Cat") and her husband Brick Pollitt (an aging football hero) have a turbulent relationship. We find them visiting with Brick's family at Big Daddy's estate. Big Daddy has just been diagnosed with cancer but he and Big Mama are unaware of it because his doctors and family have conspired to conceal this information. Suitable for adult audiences due to language and adult themes.  www.curtainplayers.org
 
27, 28 Otterbein Department of Music Presents Opera Theatre: Cimarosa's the Secret Marriage, 8pm, Riley Auditorium at the Battelle Fine Arts Center, 170 W. Park St. www.otterbein.edu/music
 
28 Serving Our Seniors Day, 9am-1pm, Westerville South High School, 303 S. Otterbein Ave. Learn from the experts and protect your home, idetity and assets. Older adults are often targets for fraud and crime. SOS Day is an annual special event designed for older adults and caregivers to learn how to avoid becoming a victim of identity theft, fraud or crime. Admission is FREE. No pre-registration is required. Lunch is included. For more information: www.westerville.org/police
 
28

Adoption Event, 1-3pm, Captivating Canines, 12 E. Main St. CHA Shelter will have cats and dogs available for adoption. 614-882-8863 or www.CHAAnimalShelter.org.
 

28

Easter Beg Hunt, 1-4pm, Uptown Westerville. Bring your favorite dog for a trip around Uptown as you gather eggs full of treats for your buddy. Proceeds go to CHA shelter. www.shopuptownwesterville.com
 

29 Otterbein Department of Music Presents Opera Theatre: Cimarosa's the Secret Marriage, 2pm, Riley Auditorium at the Battelle Fine Arts Center, 170 W. Park St. www.otterbein.edu/music
 
29 Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, 2pm, Curtain Players Theatre, 5691 Harlem Rd., Galena 43021. Maggie ("The Cat") and her husband Brick Pollitt (an aging football hero) have a turbulent relationship. We find them visiting with Brick's family at Big Daddy's estate. Big Daddy has just been diagnosed with cancer but he and Big Mama are unaware of it because his doctors and family have conspired to conceal this information. Suitable for adult audiences due to language and adult themes.  www.curtainplayers.org
 
29 Westerville Boys in Blue, 7:30pm, Westerville Public Library, 126 S. State St. This presentation by Del Robeson will be help during the Westerville Historical Society Meeting. Free and open to the public. www.westervillehistory.org
 
April  
1

Pancake Breakfast, 7-10am, Westerville Senior Center, 310 W. Main St. Bring your friends and family for breakfast including pancakes, sausage, eggs, coffee and orange juice. Sponsored by Friendship Village of Columbus, first Wednesday of each month except December. Cost: $3.50. Open to the public.  614-901-6560
 

2

Bridal Open House, 5-8pm, Westerville Community Center, 350 N. Cleveland Ave. www.westerville.org
 

3, 4 Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, 8pm, Curtain Players Theatre, 5691 Harlem Rd., Galena 43021. Maggie ("The Cat") and her husband Brick Pollitt (an aging football hero) have a turbulent relationship. We find them visiting with Brick's family at Big Daddy's estate. Big Daddy has just been diagnosed with cancer but he and Big Mama are unaware of it because his doctors and family have conspired to conceal this information. Suitable for adult audiences due to language and adult themes.  www.curtainplayers.org
 
4 Spring Eggstravaganza, 10am, Highlands Park,  245 S. Spring Rd. www.westerville.org
 
7 Sip & Sketch, 6:30-8:30pm, Meza Wine Shop, 48 N. State St. First Tuesday and third Wednesday of each month. Fee includes wine tasting, art supplies and instruction. Advance registration is required by contacting Meza at vinomeza@gmail.com. Sponsored by the Arts Council of Westerville.
 
10, 11 Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, 8pm, Curtain Players Theatre, 5691 Harlem Rd., Galena 43021. Maggie ("The Cat") and her husband Brick Pollitt (an aging football hero) have a turbulent relationship. We find them visiting with Brick's family at Big Daddy's estate. Big Daddy has just been diagnosed with cancer but he and Big Mama are unaware of it because his doctors and family have conspired to conceal this information. Suitable for adult audiences due to language and adult themes.  www.curtainplayers.org
 
11

Spring Dash 5K, 9am, Westerville Central High School, 7118 Mt. Royal Ave. Run so the kids can run too!  All proceeds will go directly toward the installation of a half-mile paved path around the perimeter of the Robert Frost Elementary, which can be used by RF students, the Fit Frosties Running Club and the community. www.springdash5K.com. To become a sponsor or get more information contact Eric Indiciani at 614/797-7280 or IndiciaE@westerville.k12.oh.us
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11 2nd Annual Wildcat Dash 5K Run/Walk, 9am, Registration begins at 7:30am, 7049 Big Walnut Road, Galena, 43021. The Second Annual Wildcat Dash is a fundraising event for the Westerville South Instrumental Music Boosters. The Music Boosters support the Concert band, Wind Ensemble, Jazz Band and Marching bands. Come and join the Westerville South students and parents in this great event and show your Wildcat pride! www.columbusrunning.com/RunEvent/RunEvents
 
12 Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, 2pm, Curtain Players Theatre, 5691 Harlem Rd., Galena 43021. Maggie ("The Cat") and her husband Brick Pollitt (an aging football hero) have a turbulent relationship. We find them visiting with Brick's family at Big Daddy's estate. Big Daddy has just been diagnosed with cancer but he and Big Mama are unaware of it because his doctors and family have conspired to conceal this information. Suitable for adult audiences due to language and adult themes.  www.curtainplayers.org
 
12 Starry Night, 2pm-6pm, Westerville North High School, 950 County Line Road. New day and location this year! This interactive event brings STEAM activities, that's science, technology, engineering, art and mathematics, to one place for children and adults to actively engage in. Food trucks will be on site. This free event is sponsored by Westerville Partners for Education. For more information contact Julie at 614-657-3028.
 
15 Sip & Sketch, 6:30-8:30pm, Meza Wine Shop, 48 N. State St. First Tuesday and third Wednesday of each month. Fee includes wine tasting, art supplies and instruction. Advance registration is required by contacting Meza at vinomeza@gmail.com. Sponsored by the Arts Council of Westerville.
 
17 Taste of Westerville, 7pm, Crowne Plaza, 6300 Doubletree Ave., Columbus. Presented by the Westerville Area Chamber of Commerce, this event will feature 25+ food providers and a wine and beer tasting. www.westervillechamber.com
 
22-May 6 Spring Again: 175 Years of Beauty & Wisdom, Paintings by Joye and Georgia, Monday-Friday Noon-5pm, David Myers Art Studio and Gallery, 7 W. Main St. www.davidmyersart.com
 
22 Otterbein Department of Music Presents Wind Ensemble with Student Concerto Soloists, 8pm, Fritsche Theatre at Cowan Hall, 30 S. Grove St. www.otterbein.edu/music
 
24 Mount Carmel St. Ann's 4th Friday Uptown Alive, 6-9pm, Historic Uptown Westerville. Spend the 4th Friday of each month, April through September, in Uptown Westerville during 4th Fridays! Enjoy 100-plus street vendors, food carts, live entertainment, kids' activities extended hours in the Uptown shops and much more! April's Uptown Alive showcases the history, shopping, dining and art that give life to Uptown Westerville. www.visitwesterville.org
 
24, 25 Anything Goes, 7pm, Westerville South High School Theatre, 303 S. Otterbein Ave. Admission is $10. Tickets available at the door, call 614-797-6055 for more info.
 
25

Adoption Event, 1-3pm, Captivating Canines, 12 E. Main St. CHA Shelter will have cats and dogs available for adoption. 614-882-8863 or www.CHAAnimalShelter.org.
 

25 Girl Scount Day, 2pm, Inniswood Metro Gardens, Innis House, 940 S. Hempstead Rd. Pre-Registration required at www.metroparks.net. Girls will participate in activities that contribute to earning the Juniors Flowers badge. Meet in the Education Pavilion.
 
25 Otterbein Department of Music Presents Combined Choirs, 8pm, Fritsche Theatre at Cowan Hall, 30 S. Grove St. www.otterbein.edu/music
 
26 Westerville Symphony Ron Lykins Masterworks Series III, 5pm, Fritsche Theatre
at Cowan Hall, 30 S. Grove St. The spring affords the opportunity to hear the conclusion of our Brahms symphony cycle, with the orchestra’s performance of his epic Fourth Symphony. Our season finale also includes two popular Beethoven compositions, The Creatures of Prometheus Overture, Op.43, and his famous Triple Concerto (theConcerto for Violin, Cello, and Piano in C major), featuring three members of Otterbein’s Qube Quartet: Suzanne Newcomb, David Edge and Cora Kuyvenhoven. Tickets are $25. Click Here! to order tickets or call (614) 899-9000.
 
26 Anything Goes, 7pm, Westerville South High School Theatre, 303 S. Otterbein Ave. Admission is $10. Tickets available at the door, call 614-797-6055 for more info.
 
30, May 1 Senior Center Garage Sale, 8am-3pm, Westerville Senior Center,  310 W. Main St. www.westerville.org 
 
May  
1, 8, 15, 29

Uptown Friday Nights, Participating shops stay open late. Enjoy different activities and music each week.
 

2-3

Spring Plant Sale, 9am-4pm Saturday,11am-3pm Sunday, Celebrate National Public Garden Day and parchase some plants for your garden. A broad selection of perennial plants, annuals and herbs are on sale. Sponsored by the Inniswood Volunteers, Inc. and the Herb Society of America, Central Ohio Unit. Meet at Garden Entrance. www.inniswood.org
 

5 Sip & Sketch, 6:30-8:30pm, Meza Wine Shop, 48 N. State St. First Tuesday and third Wednesday of each month. Fee includes wine tasting, art supplies and instruction. Advance registration is required by contacting Meza at vinomeza@gmail.com. Sponsored by the Arts Council of Westerville.
 
6

Pancake Breakfast, 7-10am, Westerville Senior Center, 310 W. Main St. Bring your friends and family for breakfast including pancakes, sausage, eggs, coffee and orange juice. Sponsored by Friendship Village of Columbus, first Wednesday of each month except December. Cost: $3.50. Open to the public.  614-901-6560
 

6, 13, 20, 27 Uptown Westerville Farmers Market, 3-6pm,  Church of the Messiah parking lot, corner of N. State and E. Home Streets. Seasonal produce, plants, flowers, confections, breads, meats, honey, syrup, jams, salsas and more are available. Home-grown, Home-made. All Ohio. www.marketwednesdays.com
 
7 13th Annual Westerville Community Prayer Breakfast, Registration, 6:30am, Breakfast 7-8:30am, Westerville Community Center, 350 N. Cleveland Ave. Sponsored by the Westerville Area Resource Ministry. Call W.A.R.M. for reservations, 614-899-0196.
 
9 Saturday Uptown Market, 10am-1pm, N. State and E. Home Streets in Uptown Westerville. Special Mother's Day weekend Market. Featuring fresh produce, artist wares, crafters, home parties and fundraising opportunities. Regular season runs from June 6 to August 29th. www.facebook.com/saturdayuptownmarketllc
 
15 Fresh Fish To The Front, 7:30pm, Westerville Public Library, 126 S. State St. The Westerville Historical Society presents this readers theatre story of the Civil War's 95th Ohio Volunteer Infantry, directed by Leslie Blankenship. Free and open to the public. www.westervillehistory.org
 
15, 16 Harvey, 8pm, Curtain Players Theatre, 5691 Harlem Rd., Galena 43021.  Elwood P. Dowd is an affable man who claims to have an unseen friend Harvey, a six-foot, three-and-one-half-inch tall anthropomorphic rabbit. Elwood introduces the invisible Harvey to everyone he meets. His social-climbing sister, Veta, decides to have him committed to a sanitarium to spare her and her daughter Myrtle Mae from future embarrassment. Suitable for all ages. www.curtainplayers.org
 
16 Spring Market & Bazaar, 9am-3pm, American Legion Hall, 393 E. College Ave. The American Legion Ladies Auxiliary Unit #171 presents its annual spring bazaar featuring inside and open-air vendors and crafters. For vendor information, call 614-891-0171.
 
17 Westerville Community Band Spring Concert, 3pm, Westerville Central High School, 7118 Mount Royal Ave. With guest soloist Jim Masters. www.westervillebands.org
 
17 Harvey, 8pm, Curtain Players Theatre, 5691 Harlem Rd., Galena 43021.  Elwood P. Dowd is an affable man who claims to have an unseen friend Harvey, a six-foot, three-and-one-half-inch tall anthropomorphic rabbit. Elwood introduces the invisible Harvey to everyone he meets. His social-climbing sister, Veta, decides to have him committed to a sanitarium to spare her and her daughter Myrtle Mae from future embarrassment. Suitable for all ages. www.curtainplayers.org
 
20 Sip & Sketch, 6:30-8:30pm, Meza Wine Shop, 48 N. State St. First Tuesday and third Wednesday of each month. Fee includes wine tasting, art supplies and instruction. Advance registration is required by contacting Meza at vinomeza@gmail.com. Sponsored by the Arts Council of Westerville.
 
22 Mount Carmel St. Ann's 4th Friday Back to Nature, 6-9pm, Historic Uptown Westerville. Spend the 4th Friday of each month, April through September, in Uptown Westerville during 4th Fridays! Enjoy 100-plus street vendors, food carts, live entertainment, kids' activities extended hours in the Uptown shops and much more! May's Back to Nature brings the great outdoors to you with ideas and opportunities to get out and get active this spring and summer. www.visitwesterville.org
 
22 Studio Artist Exhibit, 6-9pm, David Myers Art Studio and Gallery, 7 W. Main St. During Mount Carmel St. Ann's 4th Friday. Exhibit also open Monday-Friday, Noon-5pm. www.davidmyersart.com
 
22-25

7th Annual Field of Heroes hosted by the Westerville Sunrise Rotary Club will host this annual event across from the Westerville Community Center on Cleveland Avenue. The Field of Heroes is a unique opportunity for our community members to honor their personal heroes - whoever they are... a family member; a friend; a veteran; a member of the armed services; a favorite teacher; a police officer; a firefighter or any other person who has made in impact on their lives. The Field of Heroes is a spectacular visual display of 3,000 American flags. The 3' x 5' flags stand 8 feet tall in perfect rows and columns across a field of green. The field is set up so that visitors can walk among the flags, reading dedications and reflecting upon their personal heroes. The Westerville Sunrise Rotary club invites you to join us to show support for your hero. www.fieldofheroes.org
 

22, 23 Harvey, 8pm, Curtain Players Theatre, 5691 Harlem Rd., Galena 43021.  Elwood P. Dowd is an affable man who claims to have an unseen friend Harvey, a six-foot, three-and-one-half-inch tall anthropomorphic rabbit. Elwood introduces the invisible Harvey to everyone he meets. His social-climbing sister, Veta, decides to have him committed to a sanitarium to spare her and her daughter Myrtle Mae from future embarrassment. Suitable for all ages. www.curtainplayers.org
 
23 Westerville City Schools Commencement Ceremonies, 10am, Westerville South; 2pm, Westerville North; 6pm, Westerville Central, Ohio Expo/Celeste Center, 717 E. 17th St. Columbus.
 
23

Adoption Event, 1-3pm, Captivating Canines, 12 E. Main St. CHA Shelter will have cats and dogs available for adoption. 614-882-8863 or www.CHAAnimalShelter.org.
 

23

Hoover Sailing Club Open House, 1-4pm, Hoover Sailing Club, 4250 Smothers Rd. (Hoover Reservoir at County Line Rd.) Discover how much fun sailing can! Bring your family. Take a sailboat ride on one of our fleet boats. We’ll supply the life jackets. Enjoy our beautiful shaded lawn with play area and spectacular views of Hoover Reservoir. Watch our junior sailors compete in an exhibition race. Ask about our sail instruction programs for adults and children as well as our membership options. Learn more about central Ohio’s sailing community. www.hooversailingclub.com or 614-771-0426.
 

23

Highlands Park Aquatic Center Opening Day, 11am-7pm, Highlands Park,  245 S. Spring Rd. www.westerville.org
 

25

Memorial Day Parade, 9:45am, This solemn procession will step off from the corner of College Avenue and State Street. Color guards, military veterans marching in step, patriotic music by a Westerville marching band and ceremonies to honor war dead are all part of American Legion Post 171’s annual Memorial Day parade and observance. Participants will march south to the old National Guard Armory and pause for a wreath-laying at the Westerville Veterans Memorial. The march then proceeds to Bishop Street, turns west to Knox, then north to Otterbein Cemetery.
 

27

National Senior Health & Fitness Day, 9am-11am, Westerville Community Center, 350 N. Cleveland Ave. Westerville Parks and Recreation will offer activities to join more than 1,000 locations throughout the U.S. to celebrate the 20th Annual National Senior Health & Fitness Day. Join us for a health exhibition, entertainment, food, free giveaways and fun! FREE to all Senior Center, Silver Sneakers, and Community Center members (over age 55). www.westerville.org or 614-901-6500
 

28-July 31

Westerville Public Library Summer Reading Club: Every Hero Has A Story, 614-882-7277 or  www.westervillelibrary.org
 

28

Party at the Creek, 6-8pm, Alum Creek Park North, 221 W. Main St. Explorations of nature, tours of scenic green spaces and waterways, and family -friendly fun are the featured themes of Party at the Creek. Local nature and environmental groups will be on hand, as well as boater safety demonstrations, canoeing, food and entertainment. Also scheduled, the grand opening of the updated playground. www.westerville.org or 614-901-6500
 

29, 30 Harvey, 8pm, Curtain Players Theatre, 5691 Harlem Rd., Galena 43021.  Elwood P. Dowd is an affable man who claims to have an unseen friend Harvey, a six-foot, three-and-one-half-inch tall anthropomorphic rabbit. Elwood introduces the invisible Harvey to everyone he meets. His social-climbing sister, Veta, decides to have him committed to a sanitarium to spare her and her daughter Myrtle Mae from future embarrassment. Suitable for all ages. www.curtainplayers.org
 
30

Baby Bargain Boutique, 9am-Noon, Buy or sell good usable maternity clothes, children’s clothing, toys and furniture for children ages 6 and under. Parking for event is at the Sports Complex with shuttle service available. To Buy: The doors open promptly at 9 a.m. Admission - a non-perishable food item which will be donated to a local food bank. Be prepared to purchase loads of great bargains for your baby or toddler or expecting mother! To Sell: Call 614-901-6500 for more information. No commercial vendors please.
 

30 Westerville Bike Race, 9am-3:30pm, Otterbein University Campus Center, 100 W. Home St. Sponsored by Environmental Pest management. www.westervillebikerace.com or 614-402-5024
 
31 Harvey, 8pm, Curtain Players Theatre, 5691 Harlem Rd., Galena 43021.  Elwood P. Dowd is an affable man who claims to have an unseen friend Harvey, a six-foot, three-and-one-half-inch tall anthropomorphic rabbit. Elwood introduces the invisible Harvey to everyone he meets. His social-climbing sister, Veta, decides to have him committed to a sanitarium to spare her and her daughter Myrtle Mae from future embarrassment. Suitable for all ages. www.curtainplayers.org
 
   
June  
TBA Graduation Show: Featuring the Art of Jennifer Murray. David Myers Art Studio and Gallery, 7 W. Main St. Murray is a former Westerville resident, South High School graduate and recent graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design.  www.davidmyersart.com
 
2 Sip & Sketch, 6:30-8:30pm, Meza Wine Shop, 48 N. State St. First Tuesday and third Wednesday of each month. Fee includes wine tasting, art supplies and instruction. Advance registration is required by contacting Meza at vinomeza@gmail.com. Sponsored by the Arts Council of Westerville.
 
3

Pancake Breakfast, 7-10am, Westerville Senior Center, 310 W. Main St. Bring your friends and family for breakfast including pancakes, sausage, eggs, coffee and orange juice. Sponsored by Friendship Village of Columbus, first Wednesday of each month except December. Cost: $3.50. Open to the public.  614-901-6560
 

3,10,17,24 Uptown Westerville Farmers Market, 3-6pm,  Church of the Messiah parking lot, corner of N. State and E. Home Streets. Seasonal produce, plants, flowers, confections, breads, meats, honey, syrup, jams, salsas and more are available. Home-grown, Home-made. All Ohio. www.marketwednesdays.com
 
4-13

Otterbein Summer Theatre Presents Clybourne Park, Cowan Hall, 30 S. Grove St. Winner of the 2011 Pulitzer Prize and the 2012 Tony Award for Best Play, Clybourne Park is a provocative and wickedly funny play about race, real estate and American values. For times and ticket prices: www.otterbein.edu/theatre or 614-823-1109
 

5 Lion's Club Chicken Dinner, 4-8pm, American Legion Hall, 393 E. College Ave. A Westerville tradition for over 30 years. Proceeds help children in need get eye exams and glasses. Open to the public.
 
5 Westerville Young Professionals Uptown Shuffle, Pre-Party, 5:30pm at the Old Bag of Nails, 24 N. State St.; Race begins at 6:30pm; After-Party 8pm at Old Bag of Nails. Featuring an Amazing Race-style scavenger hunt among Westerville businesses. www.westervillechamber.com
 
5, 12, 19

Uptown Friday Nights, Uptown Westerville. Participating shops stay open late. Enjoy different activities and music each week. www.shopuptownwesterville.com
 

6 Local Author Book Festival, presented by the Westerville Public Library, 126 S. State St. 614-882-7277 or www.westervillelibrary.org.
 
6 Saturday Uptown Market, 10am-1pm, N. State and E. Home Streets in Uptown Westerville. Featuring fresh produce, artist wares, crafters, home parties and fundraising opportunities. Each Saturday through August 29th. www.facebook.com/saturdayuptownmarketllc
 
6 Central Ohio Senior Games Opening Ceremonies, Noon, Westerville Community Center, 350 N. Cleveland Ave. The Central Ohio Senior Games (COSG) promotes the health and wellness of men and women 50 years of age and better with opportunities to participate in competitive sports, artistic showcases and social events. An annual forum of adult athletes and artists alike, forges life-long friendships on the field, gym floor, swimming pool and stage. Sharing the competitive spotlight with fellow athletes and artists provides the best mix of social enjoyment, healthy active lifestyle, and competitive satisfaction. With the help of 100+ volunteers; hundreds of athletes and artists are able to participate in 49 events. Call 614-901-6500. Find us on Facebook and stay connected!
 
7 Inniswood Garden Society Annual Meeting, 2pm, Inniswood Metro Gardens, 940 S. Hempstead Rd. Guest speaker, Felder Rushing. Join IGS to hear southern gardener Felder Rushing and learn more about the programs and events at Inniswood Metro Gardens. Free and open to the public. Refreshments provided. www.inniswood.org
 
7 Sounds of Summer Concert, 6:30pm, Amphitheatre at Alum Creek Park North, 221 W. Main St. Free! www.westerville.org or 614-901-6500
 
10 Family Concert, 6:30pm, Amphitheatre at Alum Creek Park North, 221 W. Main St. Free! www.westerville.org or 614-901-6500
 
13 Saturday Uptown Market, 10am-1pm, N. State and E. Home Streets in Uptown Westerville. Featuring fresh produce, artist wares, crafters, home parties and fundraising opportunities. Each Saturday through August 29th. www.facebook.com/saturdayuptownmarketllc
 
14 Sounds of Summer Concert, 6:30pm, Amphitheatre at Alum Creek Park North, 221 W. Main St. Free! www.westerville.org or 614-901-6500
 
17 Sip & Sketch, 6:30-8:30pm, Meza Wine Shop, 48 N. State St. First Tuesday and third Wednesday of each month. Fee includes wine tasting, art supplies and instruction. Advance registration is required by contacting Meza at vinomeza@gmail.com. Sponsored by the Arts Council of Westerville.
 
17 Family Concert, 6:30pm, Amphitheatre at Alum Creek Park North, 221 W. Main St. Free! www.westerville.org or 614-901-6500
 
18-July 3

Otterbein Summer Theatre Presents The Nerd, Cowan Hall, 30 S. Grove St. Willum is an aspiring young Indiana architect and has often told his friends about the debt he owes to a fellow ex-GI whom he has never met but who saved his life in Vietnam. Willum has written to Rick and is delighted when he shows up unexpectedly on the night of his thirty-fourth birthday party. For times and ticket prices: www.otterbein.edu/theatre or 614-823-1109
 

19 Classic Movie Series, Dusk, Everal Barn at Heritage Park, 60 N. Cleveland Ave. Free! www.westerville.org or 614-901-6500
 
20 Saturday Uptown Market, 10am-1pm, N. State and E. Home Streets in Uptown Westerville. Featuring fresh produce, artist wares, crafters, home parties and fundraising opportunities. Each Saturday through August 29th. www.facebook.com/saturdayuptownmarketllc
 
20-21 American Cancer Society Relay For Life, 3pm Saturday to 9am Sunday, Westerville Central High School track, 7118 Mount Royal Ave.
 
20 Honor Flight Pancake Breakfast, 7:30-10:30am, American Legion Hall, 393 E. College Ave. Proceeds send veterans to a day-trip to the nation's capital. www.honorflightcolumbus.org
 
21 Sounds of Summer Concert, 6:30pm, Amphitheatre at Alum Creek Park North, 221 W. Main St. Free! Featuring the Westerville Community Band. www.westerville.org or 614-901-6500
 
22-25 Uptown Art Camp Painting Workshop, ages 10-14, Noon-2pm, David Myers Art Studio and Galleries, 7 W. Main St., first floor. Join us for a creative, exciting week of painting and drawing instruction with an art exhibit featuring your own art! Artist Exhibit, July 24, 6-9pm. Registration required. $235/session. www.UptownArtCamp.com or 614-288-4961
 
24 Family Concert, 6:30pm, Amphitheatre at Alum Creek Park North, 221 W. Main St. Free! www.westerville.org or 614-901-6500
 
26 Mount Carmel St. Ann's 4th Friday Safety Fest, 6-9pm, Historic Uptown Westerville. Spend the 4th Friday of each month, April through September, in Uptown Westerville during 4th Fridays! Enjoy 100-plus street vendors, food carts, live entertainment, kids' activities extended hours in the Uptown shops and much more! June's Safety Fest is the perfect way to learn safety from the people who know. Join the Westerville Divisions of Police and Fire for fun activities and information for kids and adults. www.visitwesterville.org
 
27 Saturday Uptown Market, 10am-1pm, N. State and E. Home Streets in Uptown Westerville. Featuring fresh produce, artist wares, crafters, home parties and fundraising opportunities. Each Saturday through August 29th. www.facebook.com/saturdayuptownmarketllc
 
27

Adoption Event, 1-3pm, Captivating Canines, 12 E. Main St. CHA Shelter will have cats and dogs available for adoption. 614-882-8863 or www.CHAAnimalShelter.org.
 

28 Sounds of Summer Concert, 6:30pm, Amphitheatre at Alum Creek Park North, 221 W. Main St. Free! Featuring the Westerville Community Band. www.westerville.org or 614-901-6500
 
   
   
July  
1, 8, 15, 22, 29 Uptown Westerville Farmers Market, 3-6pm,  Church of the Messiah parking lot, corner of N. State and E. Home Streets. Seasonal produce, plants, flowers, confections, breads, meats, honey, syrup, jams, salsas and more are available. Home-grown, Home-made. All Ohio. www.marketwednesdays.com
 
1

Pancake Breakfast, 7-10am, Westerville Senior Center, 310 W. Main St. Bring your friends and family for breakfast including pancakes, sausage, eggs, coffee and orange juice. Sponsored by Friendship Village of Columbus, first Wednesday of each month except December. Cost: $3.50. Open to the public.  614-901-6560
 

1 Family Concert, 6:30pm, Amphitheatre at Alum Creek Park North, 221 W. Main St. Free! www.westerville.org or 614-901-6500
 
2

Pride and Spirit of America, 5pm, Westerville Central High School, 7118 Mount Royal Ave. Generations Performing Arts Center presents this annual musical tribute to our service men and women. Tickets are available by calling 614-794-3298 beginning June 1 or at the door.
 

3, 10, 17, 31

Uptown Friday Nights, Uptown Westerville. Participating shops stay open late. Enjoy different activities and music each week. www.shopuptownwesterville.com In
 

4

Rotary Club of Westerville Independence Day Celebration, 8am, 5k Run & Walk, 9am, Rotary Children's Run at Alum Creek Park; 1pm Rotary Parade and WARM Community Food Drive. Food will be collected along the parade route - North on St. Rt. 3 from Heatherdown to County Line Rd; Concert at Westerville South High School featuring McGuffey Lane and the Westerville Symphony starting at 6:00 pm and leads into the fireworks at 10:00 pm. A day of family fun to celebrate our Nation's birthday, featuring one of the largest parades in Central Ohio! For more information visit: www.westervillerotary.com 
 

4 Saturday Uptown Market, 10am-1pm, N. State and E. Home Streets in Uptown Westerville. Featuring fresh produce, artist wares, crafters, home parties and fundraising opportunities. Each Saturday through August 29th. www.facebook.com/saturdayuptownmarketllc
 
5 Sounds of Summer Concert, 6:30pm, Amphitheatre at Alum Creek Park North, 221 W. Main St. Free! www.westerville.org or 614-901-6500
 
7 Sip & Sketch, 6:30-8:30pm, Meza Wine Shop, 48 N. State St. First Tuesday and third Wednesday of each month. Fee includes wine tasting, art supplies and instruction. Advance registration is required by contacting Meza at vinomeza@gmail.com. Sponsored by the Arts Council of Westerville.
 
8 Family Concert, 6:30pm, Amphitheatre at Alum Creek Park North, 221 W. Main St. Free! www.westerville.org or 614-901-6500
 
9

Ice Cream Social, 7pm, Westerville Public Library, front lawn, 126 S. State St. Face painting, story times and family fun. 614-882-7277 or www.westervillelibrary.org
 

9-25

Otterbein Summer Theatre Presents The All Night Strut, Cowan Hall, 30 S. Grove St. The production moves through the Depression, World War II and the post war boom in a two-act musical celebration of the 1930's and 40's filled with jazz, blues, bebop and American songbook standards. For times and ticket prices: www.otterbein.edu/theatre or 614-823-1109
 

10, 11, 12 Artist Umbrella Auction, Uptown Westerville. As you stroll the Uptown Shopping District, view and bid on artistically embellished umbrellas. Ride the shuttle Uptown from the Westerville Area Chamber of Commerce Music and Arts Festival! www.shopuptownwesterville.com
 
11 Saturday Uptown Market, 10am-1pm, N. State and E. Home Streets in Uptown Westerville. Featuring fresh produce, artist wares, crafters, home parties and fundraising opportunities. Each Saturday through August 29th. www.facebook.com/saturdayuptownmarketllc
 
11-12

Westerville Area Chamber 42nd Annual Music & Arts Festival, Saturday, July 11, 10 am–7pm and Sunday, July 12, 10am–5pm at Heritage Park & Everal Barn,  60 N. Cleveland Ave. Fun for all ages! Features 140+ artisans, live entertainment from two stages, youth entertainment and exhibits, and so much more. $1 admission, ages 16 & under free. 614-882-8917 or www.westervillechamber.com
 

12 Sounds of Summer Concert, 6:30pm, Amphitheatre at Alum Creek Park North, 221 W. Main St. Free! www.westerville.org or 614-901-6500
 
15 Sip & Sketch, 6:30-8:30pm, Meza Wine Shop, 48 N. State St. First Tuesday and third Wednesday of each month. Fee includes wine tasting, art supplies and instruction. Advance registration is required by contacting Meza at vinomeza@gmail.com. Sponsored by the Arts Council of Westerville.
 
15 Family Concert, 6:30pm, Amphitheatre at Alum Creek Park North, 221 W. Main St. Free! Featuring the Westerville Community Band. www.westerville.org or 614-901-6500
 
17 Classic Movie Series, Dusk, Everal Barn at Heritage Park, 60 N. Cleveland Ave. Free! www.westerville.org or 614-901-6500
 
18 Saturday Uptown Market, 10am-1pm, N. State and E. Home Streets in Uptown Westerville. Featuring fresh produce, artist wares, crafters, home parties and fundraising opportunities. Each Saturday through August 29th. www.facebook.com/saturdayuptownmarketllc
 
19 24th Annual WesterFlora Garden Tour, 1-7pm, Various gardens throughout the city. This year's theme is "Gardens Are For Sharing". Each garden will be complimented by artists and musicians.  www.WesterFlora.com will be updated two weeks before the tour. For more information, call 614-882-5599.
 
19 Sounds of Summer Concert, 6:30pm, Amphitheatre at Alum Creek Park North, 221 W. Main St. Free! www.westerville.org or 614-901-6500
 
20-23 Uptown Art Camp, ages 8-11, 10am-Noon; ages 12-16, 1-3pm, David Myers Art Studio and Galleries, 7 W. Main St., first floor. Join us for a creative, exciting week of painting and drawing instruction with an art exhibit featuring your own art! Artist Exhibit, July 24, 6-9pm. Registration required. $235/session. www.UptownArtCamp.com or 614-288-4961
 
22 Family Concert, 6:30pm, Amphitheatre at Alum Creek Park North, 221 W. Main St. Free! www.westerville.org or 614-901-6500
 
24 Touch a Truck, 10am-Noon, Sports Complex, 325 N. Cleveland Ave. 614-901-6500 or www.westerville.org
 
24 Mount Carmel St. Ann's 4th Friday World Bazaar, 6-9pm, Historic Uptown Westerville. Spend the 4th Friday of each month, April through September, in Uptown Westerville during 4th Fridays! Enjoy 100-plus street vendors, food carts, live entertainment, kids' activities extended hours in the Uptown shops and much more! Explore customs, cultures and cuisine during July's World Bazaar! www.visitwesterville.org
 
24

The Uptown Art Camp Artists Exhibit, 6-9pm, David Myers Art Studio & Galleries, 7 W. Main St. During the Mount Carmel St. Ann's 4th Friday. www.uptownartcamp.com
 

25 Saturday Uptown Market, 10am-1pm, N. State and E. Home Streets in Uptown Westerville. Featuring fresh produce, artist wares, crafters, home parties and fundraising opportunities. Each Saturday through August 29th. www.facebook.com/saturdayuptownmarketllc
 
25

Adoption Event, 1-3pm, Captivating Canines, 12 E. Main St. CHA Shelter will have cats and dogs available for adoption. 614-882-8863 or www.CHAAnimalShelter.org.
 

26 Tapestry of a Town Walking Tour, 1-5pm, various location. Join the Westerville Habitat Partnership on a fascinating journey through Westerville history. You'll weave your way through the Anti-Saloon League Museum, Hanby House private residences and other locations important to the fabric of our town. www.westervillehabitat.org or 614-794-0401
 
26 Sounds of Summer Concert, 6:30pm, Amphitheatre at Alum Creek Park North, 221 W. Main St. Free! www.westerville.org or 614-901-6500
 
29 Family Concert, 6:30pm, Amphitheatre at Alum Creek Park North, 221 W. Main St. Free! www.westerville.org or 614-901-6500
 
   
   
August  
1 Saturday Uptown Market, 10am-1pm, N. State and E. Home Streets in Uptown Westerville. Featuring fresh produce, artist wares, crafters, home parties and fundraising opportunities. Each Saturday through August 29th. www.facebook.com/saturdayuptownmarketllc
 
2 Sounds of Summer Concert, 6:30pm, Amphitheatre at Alum Creek Park North, 221 W. Main St. Free! www.westerville.org or 614-901-6500
 
4 Sip & Sketch, 6:30-8:30pm, Meza Wine Shop, 48 N. State St. First Tuesday and third Wednesday of each month. Fee includes wine tasting, art supplies and instruction. Advance registration is required by contacting Meza at vinomeza@gmail.com. Sponsored by the Arts Council of Westerville.
 
4 National Night Out, 6:30-10pm, Citywide. This event is designed to heighten crime and drug prevention awareness, generate support for local anti-crime programs and promote neighborhood pride and police-community partnerships. Participating neighborhoods host block parties with activities including potlucks, karaoke, face painting, raffles, police car rides and appearances by W.P.D. officers and "Safety Friends", including PC The Patrol Car and McGruff the Crime Fighting Dog. 614-901-6472
 
5, 12, 19, 26 Uptown Westerville Farmers Market, 3-6pm,  Church of the Messiah parking lot, corner of N. State and E. Home Streets. Seasonal produce, plants, flowers, confections, breads, meats, honey, syrup, jams, salsas and more are available. Home-grown, Home-made. All Ohio. www.marketwednesdays.com
 
5

Pancake Breakfast, 7-10am, Westerville Senior Center, 310 W. Main St. Bring your friends and family for breakfast including pancakes, sausage, eggs, coffee and orange juice. Sponsored by Friendship Village of Columbus, first Wednesday of each month except December. Cost: $3.50. Open to the public.  614-901-6560
 

7, 14, 28

Uptown Friday Nights, Uptown Westerville. Participating shops stay open late. Enjoy different activities and music each week. www.shopuptownwesterville.com
 

8 Saturday Uptown Market, 10am-1pm, N. State and E. Home Streets in Uptown Westerville. Featuring fresh produce, artist wares, crafters, home parties and fundraising opportunities. Each Saturday through August 29th. www.facebook.com/saturdayuptownmarketllc
 
9 Sounds of Summer Concert, 6:30pm, Amphitheatre at Alum Creek Park North, 221 W. Main St. Free! www.westerville.org or 614-901-6500
 
15 Saturday Uptown Market, 10am-1pm, N. State and E. Home Streets in Uptown Westerville. Featuring fresh produce, artist wares, crafters, home parties and fundraising opportunities. Each Saturday through August 29th. www.facebook.com/saturdayuptownmarketllc
 
19 Sip & Sketch, 6:30-8:30pm, Meza Wine Shop, 48 N. State St. First Tuesday and third Wednesday of each month. Fee includes wine tasting, art supplies and instruction. Advance registration is required by contacting Meza at vinomeza@gmail.com. Sponsored by the Arts Council of Westerville.
 
21 Classic Movie Series, Dusk, Everal Barn at Heritage Park, 60 N. Cleveland Ave. Free! www.westerville.org or 614-901-6500
 
22 Saturday Uptown Market, 10am-1pm, N. State and E. Home Streets in Uptown Westerville. Featuring fresh produce, artist wares, crafters, home parties and fundraising opportunities. Each Saturday through August 29th. www.facebook.com/saturdayuptownmarketllc
 
22

Adoption Event, 1-3pm, Captivating Canines, 12 E. Main St. CHA Shelter will have cats and dogs available for adoption. 614-882-8863 or www.CHAAnimalShelter.org.
 

28-Sept 18 Transformation, Monday-Friday Noon-5pm, David Myers Art Studio and Gallery, 7 W. Main St. Featuring the art of Brian Morrissey, Sidney Shaffner and Laura Emler. Opening, August 28, 6-9pm during the Mount Carmel St. Ann's 4th Friday. www.davidmyersart.com
 
28 Mount Carmel St. Ann's 4th Friday Dog Days of Summer, 6-9pm, Historic Uptown Westerville. Spend the 4th Friday of each month, April through September, in Uptown Westerville during 4th Fridays! Enjoy 100-plus street vendors, food carts, live entertainment, kids' activities extended hours in the Uptown shops and much more! Explore the vendors featuring dog-related products and services and talk to rescue groups about finding your new best friend. Enjoy fun activities you and your pooch can do together! www.visitwesterville.org
 
29 Saturday Uptown Market, 10am-1pm, N. State and E. Home Streets in Uptown Westerville. Featuring fresh produce, artist wares, crafters, home parties and fundraising opportunities. Each Saturday through August 29th. www.facebook.com/saturdayuptownmarketllc
 
   
   
   
   
   
September  
1 Sip & Sketch, 6:30-8:30pm, Meza Wine Shop, 48 N. State St. First Tuesday and third Wednesday of each month. Fee includes wine tasting, art supplies and instruction. Advance registration is required by contacting Meza at vinomeza@gmail.com. Sponsored by the Arts Council of Westerville.
 
2, 9, 16, 23, 30 Uptown Westerville Farmers Market, 3-6pm,  Church of the Messiah parking lot, corner of N. State and E. Home Streets. Seasonal produce, plants, flowers, confections, breads, meats, honey, syrup, jams, salsas and more are available. Home-grown, Home-made. All Ohio. www.marketwednesdays.com
 
2

Pancake Breakfast, 7-10am, Westerville Senior Center, 310 W. Main St. Bring your friends and family for breakfast including pancakes, sausage, eggs, coffee and orange juice. Sponsored by Friendship Village of Columbus, first Wednesday of each month except December. Cost: $3.50. Open to the public.  614-901-6560
 

4, 11, 18

Uptown Friday Nights, Uptown Westerville. Participating shops stay open late. Enjoy different activities and music each week. www.shopuptownwesterville.com
 

7 Last Day of the Season at Highlands Park Aquatics Center, 11am-3:30pm, Highlands Park,  245 S. Spring Rd. Doggie Swim will follow from 4:30-7:30pm. 614-901-6500 or www.westerville.org
 
12

Baby Bargain Boutique, 9am-Noon, Buy or sell good usable maternity clothes, children’s clothing, toys and furniture for children ages 6 and under. Parking for event is at the Sports Complex with shuttle service available. To Buy: The doors open promptly at 9 a.m. Admission - a non-perishable food item which will be donated to a local food bank. Be prepared to purchase loads of great bargains for your baby or toddler or expecting mother! To Sell: Call 614-901-6500 for more information. No commercial vendors please.
 

13 Cops & Kids Day, 10:30am-2:30pm, Hoff Woods Park, 556 McCorkle Blvd. This event is designed to provide children of all ages the opportunity to interact with law enforcement officers and see, touch and learn about the equipment these agencies utilize, such as helicopters, cruisers, K-9, mounted patrols, S.W.A.T., bike patrol and D.A.R.E. The first 1,000 children will receive a Cops and Kids Day giveaway item. Don't forget to dunk a cop! Admission and refreshments are free. 614-901-6893
 
13 The Great Westerville Food Truck Fest 2015, Noon to 7pm, Nationwide Children's Hospital Close to Home Center, 455 Executive Campus Dr., visible from County Line road and Cleveland Ave. Enjoy food truck fare while becoming aware of hunger issues within our own community and helping solve that problem by packaging nutritional meals to be distributed in Westerville. proceeds benefit the Westerville Area Resource ministry. Learn more by visiting www.facebook.com/thegreatwestervillefoodtruckfest or by calling W.A.R.M at 614-899-0196.
 
16 Sip & Sketch, 6:30-8:30pm, Meza Wine Shop, 48 N. State St. First Tuesday and third Wednesday of each month. Fee includes wine tasting, art supplies and instruction. Advance registration is required by contacting Meza at vinomeza@gmail.com. Sponsored by the Arts Council of Westerville.
 
18 Getting Students Involved in Public History, 7:30pm, Westerville Public Library, 126 S. State St. Paul LaRue presents as part of the Westerville Historical Society meeting. Free and open to the public. www.westervillehistory.org
 
25 Mount Carmel St. Ann's 4th Friday Fall Fest, 6-9pm, Historic Uptown Westerville. Spend the 4th Friday of each month, April through September, in Uptown Westerville during 4th Fridays! Enjoy 100-plus street vendors, food carts, live entertainment, kids' activities extended hours in the Uptown shops and much more! Celebrate the coming of fall with Fall Fest/School Daze. The WVCB will showcase the diverse education opportunities and the achievements of local students, including the students, staff and academic excellence of Westerville City Schools. www.visitwesterville.org
 
25-Oct 15 3rd Annual Artists of Parkside Village, Monday-Friday Noon-5pm, David Myers Art Studio and Gallery, 7 W. Main St. Opening, September 25, 6-9pm during the Mount Carmel St. Ann's 4th Friday. www.davidmyersart.com
 
25-26 Otterbein University Homecoming, www.otterbein.edu.
 
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Adoption Event, 1-3pm, Captivating Canines, 12 E. Main St. CHA Shelter will have cats and dogs available for adoption. 614-882-8863 or www.CHAAnimalShelter.org.
 

   
October  
4 Ned Moser Apple Butter Festival, 1-5pm, Grounds of McVay Elementary, 270 Hempstead Rd. Sponsored by the Westerville Lions Club.
 
6 Sip & Sketch, 6:30-8:30pm, Meza Wine Shop, 48 N. State St. First Tuesday and third Wednesday of each month. Fee includes wine tasting, art supplies and instruction. Advance registration is required by contacting Meza at vinomeza@gmail.com. Sponsored by the Arts Council of Westerville.
 
7, 14, 21, 28 Uptown Westerville Farmers Market, 3-6pm,  Church of the Messiah parking lot, corner of N. State and E. Home Streets. Seasonal produce, plants, flowers, confections, breads, meats, honey, syrup, jams, salsas and more are available. Home-grown, Home-made. All Ohio. www.marketwednesdays.com
 
7

Pancake Breakfast, 7-10am, Westerville Senior Center, 310 W. Main St. Bring your friends and family for breakfast including pancakes, sausage, eggs, coffee and orange juice. Sponsored by Friendship Village of Columbus, first Wednesday of each month except December. Cost: $3.50. Open to the public.  614-901-6560
 

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PNC Presents: Gavin George - Live on Your Screen, 5:00pm, Cowan Hall at Otterbein University, 30 S. Grove St. This innovative program creates an inviting and interactive environment for patrons to experience symphonic music while providing easy access to the concert material through technology. The featured artist, Gavin George, is a young piano prodigy from Newark, Ohio. Gavin’s performance of Rachmaninoff's 1st piano concerto will be streamed live on the Internet, increasing the scope of potential listeners, and we will invite people in and out of the concert hall to participate in our live Twitter listening guide! www.westervillesymphony.org
 

15

Ham and Bean Dinner, 4:30-6:30pm, Westerville Senior Center, 310 W. Main St.  Open to the public. 614-901-6560 or www.westerville.org
 

21 Sip & Sketch, 6:30-8:30pm, Meza Wine Shop, 48 N. State St. First Tuesday and third Wednesday of each month. Fee includes wine tasting, art supplies and instruction. Advance registration is required by contacting Meza at vinomeza@gmail.com. Sponsored by the Arts Council of Westerville.
 
23

Midnight Madness, 6-Midnight, Uptown Westerville. Free wagon rides, music and entertainment as well as family friendly Halloween activities Uptown. Come in your costume to trick or treat in the stores! www.shopuptownwesterville.com
 

24

Adoption Event, 1-3pm, Captivating Canines, 12 E. Main St. CHA Shelter will have cats and dogs available for adoption. 614-882-8863 or www.CHAAnimalShelter.org.
 

November  
3 Sip & Sketch, 6:30-8:30pm, Meza Wine Shop, 48 N. State St. First Tuesday and third Wednesday of each month. Fee includes wine tasting, art supplies and instruction. Advance registration is required by contacting Meza at vinomeza@gmail.com. Sponsored by the Arts Council of Westerville.
 
4

Pancake Breakfast, 7-10am, Westerville Senior Center, 310 W. Main St. Bring your friends and family for breakfast including pancakes, sausage, eggs, coffee and orange juice. Sponsored by Friendship Village of Columbus, first Wednesday of each month except December. Cost: $3.50. Open to the public.  614-901-6560
 

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Rotary Honors Veterans 5k Walk/Run 9 am 5k Run/Walk, Alum Creek Park North. Proceeds to benefit a Veteran's Organization to be announced and the Rotary Club of Westerville. For more information visit www.westervillerotary.com
 

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Evening of Elegance, 6pm, Villa Milano, 1630 Schrock Rd. The Westerville Area Chamber of Commerce presents this annual events featuring a live and silent auction. www.westervillechamber.com 
 

18 Sip & Sketch, 6:30-8:30pm, Meza Wine Shop, 48 N. State St. First Tuesday and third Wednesday of each month. Fee includes wine tasting, art supplies and instruction. Advance registration is required by contacting Meza at vinomeza@gmail.com. Sponsored by the Arts Council of Westerville.
 
20 The Triumphant Oberlin-Wellington Rescue of 1858, 7:30pm, American Legion Hall, 393 E. College Ave. As part of the Westerville Historical Society's Annual Meeting, members of the Kelton House Underground Railroad Community Advisory Committee will perform. The presentation is free and open to the public. Visit www.westervillehistory.org for more information on dinner reservations.
 
21 Picture an Old Fashioned Christmas, Noon-4pm, Hanby House, 160 W. Main St. Take your family back in time by having your photo taken in the hanby House parlor by the Christmas tree. You can choose from available 1860s costumes too! With the sitting fee, the photos are yours to use or print however you like. Fun for families, classmates and friend. Appointments are suggested, but walk-ins are accepted. Hanby House will begin taking reservations in mid-October at 614-891-6289 or hanbyhouse@yahoo.com.
 
21

Adoption Event, 1-3pm, Captivating Canines, 12 E. Main St. CHA Shelter will have cats and dogs available for adoption. 614-882-8863 or www.CHAAnimalShelter.org.
 

28 Small Business Saturday, Uptown Westerville. Shop small and see what locally-owned businesses have to offer. www.shopuptownwesterville.com
 
29 Music In the Atrium, 2pm, Westerville Public Library, 126 S. State St. A variety of free concerts will be held on the Sundays between Thanksgiving and Christmas. 614-882-7277 or www.westervillelibrary.org
 
December  
TBA

Generations Performing Arts Center Presents Westerville Christmas Spectacular, for more information contact Angie at 614-794-3298.
 

1 Sip & Sketch, 6:30-8:30pm, Meza Wine Shop, 48 N. State St. First Tuesday and third Wednesday of each month. Fee includes wine tasting, art supplies and instruction. Advance registration is required by contacting Meza at vinomeza@gmail.com. Sponsored by the Arts Council of Westerville.
 
1

Christmas Open House, 7-9pm, Hanby House, 160 W. Main St. Decorations, refreshments, special music and a step back in time. 614-891-6289. www.hanbyhouse.org
 

4

Westerville Tree Lighting Ceremony, 7pm, Westerville City Hall, 21 S. State St. Carols, candles and family fun! 614-901-6500
 

5-6, 12-13, 19-20 Home for the Holidays, extended shopping hours and fun holiday activities in Uptown Westerville, weekends leading up to Christmas. www.shopuptownwesterville.com
 
5 Holiday Craft Bazaar, 9am-3pm, American Legion Hall, 393 E. College Ave. The American Legion Ladies Auxiliary Unit #171 presents its annual holiday bazaar featuring vendors and crafters. For vendor information, call 614-891-0171.
 
5

W.A.R.M/Rotary Holiday Food Drive, 9am-Noon. The Rotary Clubs of Westerville, Otterbein  Rotaract Club members and alumni, the High School Interact Clubs  & Westerville Area Resource Ministry volunteers will be collecting canned food donations for those in need again this holiday season. The service groups will be collecting in areas of the city as well as accepting donations of non-perishable food and cash at the following drop-off locations:Drop-off locations W.A.R.M office, 150 Heatherdown Drive, Westerville City Schools Admin Building, 936 Eastwind Drive and area Kroger Stores.  For more information visit: www.westervillerotary.com  or www.warmwesterville.org.
 

5 18th Annual Gingerbread Cottage Craft Show, 10am-3pm, Westerville South High School, 303 S. Otterbein Ave. www.gingerbreadcottage.org or contact@gingerbreadcottage.org 
 
5, 6

Christmas Open House, 1:30 to 4:30, Hanby House, 160 W. Main St. Decorations, refreshments, special music and a step back in time. 614-891-6289. www.hanbyhouse.org
 

6 Rudolph Run 5K Run/Walk, 1:30pm, Brooksedge Boulevard to Schrock Rd to State Route 3, North to County Line Road. Lead the way just like Rudolph during this seventh annual event, which precedes the Children's Christmas parade. 614-794-0401
 
6 Westerville Children's Christmas Parade,1:45, Brooksedge Boulevard to Schrock Rd to State Route 3, North to County Line Road. Welcome Santa during this annual family event, which immediately follows the Rudolph Run.
 
6, 13, 20 Music In the Atrium, 2pm, Westerville Public Library, 126 S. State St. A variety of free concerts will be held on the Sundays between Thanksgiving and Christmas. 614-882-7277 or www.westervillelibrary.org
 
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Snowflake Castle, 9-Noon and 5-8pm, Everal Barn at Heritage Park, 60 N. Cleveland Ave. Stop by Santa's Workshop for this 31st Annual event. Children work with elves to make their very own wooden toy, visit with Santa and Mrs. Claus, and can enjoy trains, face-painting and a gift shop. Children must be accompanied by an adult. Registration required.  614-901-6560
 

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Progressive Christmas Concert, 6:30-8:45pm, Uptown Westerville. Enjoy sights and sounds of the season as three Uptown Westerville churches each host a 25-minute concert featuring choirs and other music. Caped guides with lanterns will lead participants from one church to the next (van transportation is also available). for tickets and information, call 614-794-0401
 

13 Westerville Symphony Presents Sounds of the Season, 5pm, Battelle Fine Arts Center at Otterbein University, 30 S. Grove St. The Westerville Symphony's annual Sounds of the Season concert is favorite family holiday tradition. Assistant conductor Jim Bates leads a chamber orchestra through a rousing program of holiday-themed classical works old and new, and other Yuletide favorites, including popular audience sing-alongs. www.westervillesymphony.org
 
16 Sip & Sketch, 6:30-8:30pm, Meza Wine Shop, 48 N. State St. First Tuesday and third Wednesday of each month. Fee includes wine tasting, art supplies and instruction. Advance registration is required by contacting Meza at vinomeza@gmail.com. Sponsored by the Arts Council of Westerville.
 
January

2016

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January 17 and 18, 2016 - Phil Brown Basketball Classic Otterbein University Rike Center - The girls and boys basketball teams from Westerville Central, North and South High Schools will each play other Ohio basketball teams.  The girls will play on January 17 and the boys will play on January 18. Game times are 2:00 pm, 4:00 pm and 6:00 pm. All proceeds benefit Westerville Athletic Programs. For more information visit: www.westervillerotary.com.
 

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