Member Dinner at Stack City Burger Bar

Member Dinner at Stack City Burger Bar

Monday December 18, 2017 Stack City Burger Bar
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Volunteer at a Holiday Party for Foster Children

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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! (June 1-4, 2017):

1. Festivities at the North Market
Foodie favorite, the North Market will be bringing back one of their most beloved summer events this Sunday (6/4) with the Peddler’s Picnic, which will run weekly through October. This outdoor market will feature a variety of vendors selling handmade goods like jewelry, edibles, candles, and more. Later into the evening, the Market will also be hosting Jeni’s Ice Cream’s picnic-style Strawberry Jam, a celebration that will include live music, beer & wine, and plenty of food & ice cream. Guests can feel free to explore inside the space for even more authentic food & shopping from over 30 resident vendors.
Peddler's Picnic info
Strawberry Jam info

2. COSI After Dark: Art
COSI will be hosting their annual adults-only event After Dark this Thursday evening (6/1), this time with the theme of Art. Guests to this bash can explore a variety of themed attractions like hands-on art & science mashup activities, meet-and-greets with video game designers, live dance performances, and more. The event will also offer small plate foods and a cash bar, plus a special collaborative Four String beer created just for the evening! Guests will also have the chance to explore the museum’s fabulous exhibits without the daytime crowds-and kids.
More info

3. Columbus Chicken & Beer Festival
Foodies and beer lovers will flock to Franklinton craft brewery Land Grant this Saturday (6/3) for the official Columbus Chicken & Beer Festival. The family-friendly cookout will include live music, craft beer from local breweries, and some of the city’s best chicken dishes from a variety of vendors. Guests can fill up on food than vote for their favorite dish of the day for the People’s Choice Award.
More info

4. Short North Gallery Hop
The first weekend of the month means another edition of one of the city’s best traditions, the Short North Gallery Hop (6/3). At this open neighborhood event, visitors can dine, drink, and check out local artwork while wandering under the Short North arches, “hopping” amongst the many unique local shops, eateries, and art galleries that line High Street. There’s also plenty of live music & entertainment at certain stops, street performers, and some excellent people-watching within the funky crowd drawn by the Hop. Spend your Saturday night (5/6) at this event to experience some of Columbus’ best arts and culture.
More info

5. Summer 614 Concert at the Columbus Commons
Nestled amongst the skyscrapers of Downtown, the courtyard at the Columbus Commons is one of the hottest spots to catch an event during summer. Throughout the season, the space is home to a plethora of festivals, gatherings, and concerts, one of which will take place this Saturday with Summer 614. This all-day celebration will feature over 10 different throwback R&B and hip-hop acts including Twista, Slick Rick, Ginuwine, and many more. You're sure to catch some rays and great tunes at this laid-back concert.
More info



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Bloomington Bucket List, Wordpress.com
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Michael Halliday, "Waterfall"

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