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Top 5 Events for YPs this Weekend

Written by Mariah West

Check out some of the best events going on in Columbus this weekend! (May 25-28, 2017):

1. Asian Festival
Festival season has finally arrived! Kick if off this weekend by celebrating culture at the annual Asian Festival on Saturday & Sunday (5/27-5/28) in Franklin Park. This vibrant all-ages event will feature several stages hosting a wide variety of shows and live performances exploring Asian heritage through song, dance, martial arts, and more. There will also be plenty of ethnic food, educational exhibits, and a marketplace bustling with vendors selling everything from artwork, jewelry, and clothing, to plants and spices. Celebrate diversity in your city!
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2. Topiaries & Butterflies at the Conservatory
The scenic Franklin Park Conservatory is a summertime favorite with its annual Blooms & Butterflies exhibit, where guests can explore a tropical plant paradise in the midst of hundreds of free-flying butterflies. Last weekend, the botanical center launched yet another attraction, Topiaries at the Conservatory: Wild Wonders, which will run all summer (thru 10/29). For this installation, dozens of larger-than-life animal topiaries have been designed, sculpted, and planted all around the Conservatory’s grounds & biomes, adding a playful touch to the already-stunning location.
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3. Grandview Chocolate Walk
Calling all chocoholics! The Grandview Heights Public Library will delight all your senses with their 4th Annual Grandview Chocolate Walk this Thursday evening (5/25). The unique foodie event will take guests on a walking tour of the Grandview Heights neighborhood, with stops at over 25 local businesses for chocolate treats. This event is a great way to explore the area and indulge your tastebuds. Better get your sweet tooth ready!
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4. Dinosaur Island at the Columbus Zoo
The many animals of the Columbus Zoo and Aquarium will find some prehistoric accompaniment this summer as the Dinosaur Island exhibit returns to the grounds this Saturday for the season (5/27-10/31). At this attraction, guests can follow a special map through the area on a scavenger-hunt like quest for over 20 life-sized animatronic moving, roaring dinosaurs that can be found just off the walking path or from the Dinosaur Island Boat Ride. Visitors of all ages are sure to find endless fascination at our fabulous zoo this summer, and some added excitement with this exhibit.
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5. Columbus Commons Family Funday
Feel like a kid again at the Columbus Commons courtyard this Saturday (5/27) at an all-ages Family Funday event, one of many celebrations to be held at the site this summer. The bash will include a variety of fun activities like giant inflatables, laser tag, putt-putt golf, crafts, and much more. Guests can also grab a bite from food trucks and stick around into the late evening for an outdoor screening of The Secret Life of Pets.
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